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Wireless - Primary Network --> Logout SURFboard SBG6782-AC HOME STATUS Product Information Connection Security Diagnostics Event Log Configuration BASIC Setup DHCP DDNS Backup and Restore MoCA ADVANCED Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Port Triggers Port Forwarding DMZ Host WIRELESS 802.11 Radio Primary Network Settings Guest Network Settings Access Control Extend Network Range Quality of Service Advanced FIREWALL Protection Level Parental Control Local Log Remote Log HELP Overview About Wireless - Primary Network Settings Configure your wireless network. You can use a wireless local area network (WLAN) to share Internet access, files, printers, game consoles, and other devices among all the devices in your home.  2.4 GHz   5 GHz  Wi-Fi Network 90:3E:AB:8E:67:C4 Wireless Network Disabled Enabled Help Turns your wireless network on and off. Network Name (SSID) Error - SSID must be at least one character long but no more than 32 alphanumeric characters. Help Each Wi-Fi network is given a name that identifies it to the devices joining the network. This name is the network's SSID (Service Set Identifier). It is the name that people will see and use when they are connecting to your network. You may keep the default name or change it to one that is easier to remember. Network Name (SSID) Broadcast Enable Disable Help When enabled, the network name (SSID) is broadcast and can be discovered by devices seeking a Wi-Fi network connection. When disabled, the network name (SSID) is not broadcast and cannot be discovered by devices seeking a Wi-Fi network connection. Disabling the broadcast can add additional security to your network. Only people who know and then manually enter the network name (SSID) into their devices can find the network to use it. Wireless Security WPA2-PSK Change Mode Help The security of your Wi-Fi network is important. Without good security, intruders can not only use your network, but can intercept your Internet traffic and even gain access to your devices. The SBG6782-AC offers three industry standard modes of Wi-Fi security: WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, and WEP. WPA2-PSK offers the best security for your network and should be used unless you have devices that do not support WPA2-PSK. WPA2-PSK + WPA-PSK allows devices that do support WPA-PSK but not WPA2-PSK to connect with the network while still providing the added security of WPA2-PSK to the devices that do support it. WEP offers the least amount of security of the three. It is recommended that WEP only be used when there are older devices that need to connect to the network that only support WEP. --> WPA-PSK Security Settings Encryption AES TKIP+AES Help Select AES or both AES and TKIP. Passphrase     Error - ERROR TEXT Help WPA-PSK is a simplified but still powerful form of WPA, most suitable for home wireless networking. As with WEP, you set a static key or passphrase. However, WPA-PSK uses TKIP to automatically change the keys on a regular basis, making it much more difficult to break the encryption. --> WEP Security Settings Encryption 64 Bit 128 Bit Help The size of the WEP Key affects the security of the network. 128 bit keys are more secure than 64 bit keys. Network Key 1 Error - Help The Network Keys are used to encrypt the data carried over the Wi-Fi network. The keys must be the same on the SBG6782-AC and each device that will connect to the network. Network Key 2 Error - Network Key 3 Error - Network Key 4 Error - Current Network Key 1 2 3 4 Generate Keys Help A passphrase can be used to generate the encryption keys used on the network. The longer and more unique you make the passphrase, the better protected your network. Once you enter the passphrase, press "Generate" to create the keys. If any of your devices does not support the passphrase, individual keys should be manually entered into those devices. Automatic Security Configuration Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) allows you to automatically configure the security settings in a wireless device. This is done in one of two ways: by push button or PIN number. Before using WPS, be mindful of other wireless clients within range of the Residential Gateway so as to not allow unauthorized access to your router. WPS Disabled WPS WPS Add Client (Push Button Method) Press the button on the SBG6782 to start WPS pairing. Help To use the push button method, press the button on the client device and on the SBG6782. This will allow the SBG6782 to send the security settings to the client device. If you have questions about WPS and your device, please consult your device's user manual. WPS Add Client (Gateway PIN Method) Error - Help To use this PIN number method, enter the PIN number you see above into the client device. You can also press the Generate PIN button to generate a new PIN. If you have questions about WPS and your device, please consult your device's user manual. WPS Add Client (Client PIN Method) Error - Help To use this PIN number method, get the PIN number from the client device, enter it into the PIN number textbox above and press Add. If you have questions about WPS and your device, please consult your device's user manual. HOME STATUS Product Information Connection Security Diagnostics Event Log Configuration BASIC Setup DHCP DDNS Backup and Restore MoCA ADVANCED Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Port Triggers Port Forwarding DMZ Host WIRELESS 802.11 Radio Primary Network Settings Guest Network Settings Access Control Extend Network Range Quality of Service Advanced FIREWALL Protection Level Parental Control Local Log Remote Log HELP Overview About 2013 MOTOROLA MOBILITY, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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