Manage Network Settings
The router comes ready for WiFi, Ethernet, and USB connections. You can customize
the router’s network settings. We recommend that you install the router and connect it
to the Internet before you change its network settings.
This chapter includes the following sections:
View or change the WAN settings
Set up a default DMZ server
Change the Router’s Device Name
Change the LAN TCP/IP settings
Specify the IP addresses that the router assigns
Disable the DHCP server feature in the router
Manage reserved LAN IP addresses
Use the WPS Wizard for WiFi connections
Specify Basic WiFi Settings
Change the WiFi Mode
Change the Transmission Power Control
Change the WiFi Password or the WiFi Security
Set up a guest WiFi network
Control the WiFi radios
Set up a WiFi schedule
Specify WPS settings
Set up the router as a WiFi access point
Set up a bridge for a port group or VLAN tag group
Manage custom static routes
Enable or disable implicit beamforming
Enable or disable airtime fairness
Set Up the Router in Bridge Mode
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