The basic settings of wireless Wi-Fi networks. Including SSID, encryption, and the key (Wi-Fi password).
You can disable the Wi-Fi network by selecting the checkbox.
Enable GBK SSID for Windows Computer:
Enable GBK SSID will allow to input special characters for the Wi-Fi hotspot name.
SSID is the Wi-Fi hotspot name. Default SSID starts with “ezenos_xxxxxx”, plus last 6 characters of the MAC address.
The encryption for the Wi-Fi hotspot. Selectable from no encrypt, WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK.
Selectable from AES, TKIP, and TKIP/AES. Default is TKIP/AES.
The password for Wi-Fi hotspot. You can use the composition of letters, numbers, and most of the special letters. The key length should between 8~63 characters.
Please use the default setting “LAN” interface.
Enable it when have multiple Wi-Fi hotspots, using for seamless roaming between the different Wi-Fi hotspots.
Enable QoS to control the data flow. Using for serve massive concurrent Wi-Fi users. Default is disabled.
Enable hide SSID to make the Wi-Fi hotspot un-searchable from wireless-enabled devices. However, the Wi-Fi hotspot is still working.
Max Access Users:
Input 0 to disable the limitation of max Wi-Fi users.
You can control the Wi-Fi service to defined hosts by the MAC address. The default value is disabled.
Corresponding to above MAC filter.