A guest network is a secondary network that provides secure Internet access for your guests. It has a different password from your primary Wi-Fi network. A guest WiFi network is a great way to give house guests access to the Internet without sharing your primary WiFi password or giving them access to everything on your LAN.
You can disable the guest Wi-Fi network by selecting the checkbox. The default value is disabled.
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.
Separate Access Users:
Enable this checkbox to disable communications between the accessed guest Wi-Fi users.
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.