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Wireless Device Broadband Home Network Voice Firewall Diagnostics Status Configure Wireless WPS MAC Filtering Subnets & DHCP Wireless Wireless Operation Off On Network Name (SSID) Hide SSID Off On Security OFF - No Privacy WEP - Manual WPA - PSK WEP - Default Key WPA - Default Key WPA Version Both WPA-1 WPA-2 WEP Key Length 10 characters (40/64 bits) 26 characters (128 bits) Key Mode B-only B/G B/G/N G-only N-only Bandwidth 20MHz 40MHz Channel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Automatic Power Level (1-100%) Wireless Protected Setup (WPS) Off On   Help Wireless Operation: This is enabled by default. Turning it off will disable all wireless services. Network Name (SSID): When a wireless client searches for available networks choosing this name will mean choosing this device for the wireless access point. Hide SSID: When on, the device will hide its wireless ID (SSID) from clients scanning for wireless networks. To connect to your Wireless LAN, they must first know the wireless ID. Security: Choose either WPA or WEP to prevent outside access to your network. Your device and each client must be using the same key. OFF - No Privacy: This mode allows any wireless users to connect to your wireless LAN. WPA - PSK: This mechanism provides the best data protection and access control. The key can be 8-63 characters. At least 20 characters are recommended for best security. WPA Version: This field allows you to select the WPA version(s) that will be required for client connections. Select all versions for maximum interoperability. WEP - Manual: The key should contain the specified number of characters consisting of numbers 0-9 and the letters A-F. Valid examples would be "941BC12A21" for 40/64 bit (10 characters), and "F12345678A0123456789ABCDEF" for 128 bit (26 characters). WEP - Default Key: The WEP mechanism uses the factory installed default key unique to this device. WPA - Default Key: The WPA mechanism uses the factory installed default key unique to this device. Mode: This option allows you to restrict the device to respond only to the LAN devices using the specified protocols. Do not change this setting unless you fully understand the implications of having your device ignore a given class of clients. Bandwidth: Do not change this setting unless your wireless client requires it. Channel: The device can transfer data on various channels. If a nearby wireless LAN is transmitting on the same channel, this interferes with data transfer. If you experience speed problems on your wireless LAN, test whether a particular choice of channel improves the data transfer. Choosing automatic causes the device to select the best operating channel for its environment. Power Level: The device can operate at a reduced power level to cover a smaller area. For instance, in a densely populated setting, you might reduce the transmit power to reduce interference with other wireless transmitters. Wireless Protected Setup: This device supports the use of Wireless Protected Setup (WPS). WPS provides a convenient way to add advanced secure WiFi connections for multiple WiFi certified WPS devices to your network. Older clients can continue to connect using the original security setting. WPS clients can connect and learn the security setting using the hardware pushbutton or PIN. 2011 Motorola Mobility Intellectual Property.
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