Wireless WPS RADIUS WEP 2.4 GHz for the Motorola MG7550Router Sceenshot

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Motorola Cable Modem : Wireless -> Security Back Back to Basic Page   Status Basic Router Advanced Router   Wireless Protection & Parental Control   VPN Software Connection Diagnostics Security Event Log Setup DHCP DHCPv6 LAN IPv6 DDNS Backup/Restore Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Forwarding Port Triggers RIP DMZ Basic Radio WPS RADIUS WEP Guest Access Advanced WMM Scan/Bridge Firewall Basic Firewall EventLog Parental Control IPsec L2TP/PPTP Event Log WPS_RADIUS_WEP 2.4 GHz 5 GHz      Automatic Encryption    WPS Enable/Disable WPS Disabled WPS: WPS stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup. WPS provides two methods to automatically distribute wireless keys to clients that support this feature, the WPS Push Button Method, and the WPS Client PIN Method. For the record, as of July, 2015, Apple devices did not support WPS. This feature is Enabled by default.       WPS Push Button Method Push WPS button on gateway to add client. WPS Push Button Method: To use this method, make sure that WPS is enabled on your cable modem/router. Configure the client to accept a key via WPS. (For Windows 7, 8, 8.1 & 10 computers, open Connect to a Network and select your cable modem/router's network name, or SSID. You should see a screen with a message like, "You can also connect by pushing the button on the router.") Then press the WPS button on your cable modem/router. The LED on the button will flash for two minutes. (For Windows devices, when the process is complete, click the OK button on the screen with the message described above. For other devices, check your user documentation.)       WPS Client PIN Method WPS Client PIN Method: On your client device, run a utility to generate a WPS PIN. Copy the PIN that the client generates and enter it here, then press the Save button. Once this process is complete, your cable modem/router will display the results, or it will time out after about two minutes. Note that this method will change the default SSID and key for your network.                             Client PIN                          Authorized Client MAC    WPA-PSK Security Settings    WPA Enabled Disabled WPA: WPA stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access. WPA is a security protocol for wireless networks. WPA without PSK (Pre-Shared Key) is for Enterprise mode, and requires RADIUS. Enable WPA if you need to use RADIUS.       WPA-PSK Enabled Disabled WPA-PSK: WPA-PSK stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access - Pre-Shared Key. WPA with PSK is for Personal mode, and cannot be used with RADIUS. WPA-PSK has been superceded by WPA2-PSK, and is Disabled by default. Disable WPA-PSK if you need to use RADIUS.       WPA2 Enabled Disabled WPA2: WPA2 is a security protocol for wireless networks that supercedes WPA. Enable WPA2 if you need to use RADIUS.       WPA2-PSK Enabled Disabled WPA2-PSK: WPA2-PSK is a security protocol for wireless networks that supercedes WPA-PSK. WPA2-PSK is enabled by default. Disable WPA2-PSK if you need to use RADIUS.       Encryption AES Encryption: Select the desired encryption protocol for your network. The default is TKIP+AES.       RADIUS RADIUS: Disable WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK and Enable WPA / WPA2 to un-gray out RADIUS settings.       RADIUS Server RADIUS Server: IP Address of the RADIUS server that you use for client authentication. This address may be either on the LAN or WAN side of your network.       RADIUS Port RADIUS Port: The UDP port of your RADIUS server. The default is 1812.       RADIUS Key RADIUS Key: The shared secret for your RADIUS connection. This is a 0 - 255 character ASCII string.       802.11n Mode    802.11n Mode Enable/Disable Auto Disabled 802.11n Mode: Set this parameter to Disabled to force 802.11g mode (required to enable WEP). The default value is Auto.       WEP Security Settings    WEP Encryption Disabled WEP (64-bit) WEP (128-bit) WEP Encryption: Disabled and grayed out by default. If you need WEP Encryption, follow these steps: 1. Disable any WPA/WPA2 modes that are enabled, and click the corresponding SAVE buttons. 2. Set 802.11n Mode to OFF to un-gray out WEP Encryption. 3. Enable WEP Encryption. 4. Enter a PassPhrase and press Generate WEP Keys below. 5. Click the Save button for WEP Encryption.             Show Keys Disabled Enabled Show Keys: Enable to display the Network Keys.             Current Network Key 1 2 3 4 Current Network Key: This selects the Network Key used for transmissions. Select 1 - 4 (default 1).                   Network Key 1 Network Key 1: You can enter this yourself, or generate automatically via the PassPhrase. If you enter this yourself, type 5 ASCII characters or 10 hexadecimal digits for a 64-bit key; 13 ASCII characters or 26 hexadecimal digits for a 128-bit key.                   Network Key 2 Network Key 2: You can enter this yourself, or generate automatically via the PassPhrase. If you enter this yourself, type 5 ASCII characters or 10 hexadecimal digits for a 64-bit key; 13 ASCII characters or 26 hexadecimal digits for a 128-bit key.                   Network Key 3 Network Key 3: You can enter this yourself, or generate automatically via the PassPhrase. If you enter this yourself, type 5 ASCII characters or 10 hexadecimal digits for a 64-bit key; 13 ASCII characters or 26 hexadecimal digits for a 128-bit key.                   Network Key 4 Network Key 4: You can enter this yourself, or generate automatically via the PassPhrase. If you enter this yourself, type 5 ASCII characters or 10 hexadecimal digits for a 64-bit key; 13 ASCII characters or 26 hexadecimal digits for a 128-bit key.             PassPhrase PassPhrase: Enter a 10 or 26 character string, then press Generate WEP Keys to generate Network Keys 1 - 4.    © 2015 Zoom Telephonics, Inc., an official licensee of Motorola Mobility. All rights reserved. -->
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