Manage the WiFi connection with the web interface:

Go to the web interface of your box

Start your Internet browser and type the address of the web interface of the box from home:

Click on the "WiFi" tab

The "state" status must be "On".

The "SSID" is the name of your home network box.
This information is on the back of your box.

The "Encryption" is the security level.

Configuration tab

Now click the "Settings" tab.

Enabling WiFi access point: your box is already equipped with a built-in WiFi. Make sure it is "activated".

SSID: is the default name for your home network box. You can change the name of your network if you wish.

Broadcast SSID: By default, broadcasting is enabled. This allows users to see all WiFi networks that are near your computer.

Channel: by default, the channel is set to "Auto". It is advisable to leave the box automatically manage channels. In case of steady loss of WiFi signal, you can test one by one the 13 channels.

Mode: WiFi has several standards: B standard and the standard G. By default, the box automatically manages two standards based on the wireless device.

Security tab

In the "Encryption", you can set the security of the wireless WiFi connection. It is strongly recommended to encrypt your wireless connection. In addition, the encryption mode should be selected according to your WiFi equipment.

Next WiFi mode used, you can not use some encryption systems:

The 11n mode only with WPA2 Personal (PSK)

The 11b/g/n mode works with WPA-Personal (PSK) and / or WPA2 Personal (PSK)

The Mode 11b / g works with all ciphers.

For safety reasons, it is advisable to focus on WPA2.
For compatibility reasons, it is advisable to use a key-type with TKIP WPA.

In the "WiFi Protected Setup (WPS)", you can activate the WPS service.
This service allows you to simply connect a Wi-Fi enabled device to your wireless network. This mode is only used with an encryption system disabled, WPA or WPA2.

It is recommended to choose the pairing method "WPS Button", this method is enabled by default.

Mac filtering tab

The "MAC filtering" can enhance the security of your network. By default, this feature is disabled.

Enabling the "MAC filtering" allows connection to your wireless network only to WiFi devices (USB, PCMCIA) whose MAC addresses are declared.