Wireless Setup for the Motorola VT2542Router Sceenshot
>Wireless>Wireless Setup Setup Advanced Security Access List Restart Wireless Setup Enable Wireless: Primary SSID: Hide SSID: Channel B/G: --> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 802.11 Mode: Mixed B only B+ G only 4X: User Isolation: QoS Support:
--> Note: After modifying the settings, if you choose not to automatically restart wireless, you must click the Restart option to make the changes to take effect. Need Help? How do I setup my wireless network? To setup the wireless feature: 1. Click the Enable Wireless checkbox. 2. Enter a name in the Primary SSID field. The SSID can be up to 32 characters in length. 3. If you would like to enable the Hide SSID option, click the corresponding checkbox. 4. Select the Channel B/G from the drop down list. 5. Select the 802.11 Mode from the drop down list. 6. Click the Save button. 7. Click the Restart Wireless option. What is the Hide SSID option used for? When the Hide SSID option is enabled, the Vonage Phone Adapter removes the SSID from the wireless signal (beacon) that it transmits. Therefore, the SSID cannot be seen by other wireless devices. You should enable this option if you do not want your SSID to be visible. Do I need to change the value of Channel B/G? No, it is not necessary to change the value of the Channel B/G field. However, users who experience interference with other devices (those operating in the 2.4GHz range) or another WLAN, can choose another channel. The Vonage Phone Adapter provides a set of available channels ranging from 1 - 11. The default channel is 11. What are the possible 802.11 modes I can choose? There are five (5) transmission protocols to choose from. They are: Mixed – 802.11b/g, 802.11b+ and 802.11g+ B only – 802.11b B+ - 802.11b+ G+ - 802.11g+ G only – 802.11g Which 802.11 Mode should I choose? Different wireless devices support different transmission protocols. You should choose the transmission protocol that is supported by the device(s) that will be connecting to your Vonage Phone Adapter. Most WLANs devices conform to the 802.11b IEEE standard.