Setup the wireless network names [SSID]
Private SSID - Private SSID is the network that can be access only by using a network key, and is intended for private usage.
Public SSID - This is the network name that will be accessible by the location visitors, without the usage of a network key. However, they can't access the Internet unless the conditions set up by the location administrator is fulfilled. It is a good idea to name the public SSID in accordance with the location's brand name.
WiFi Channel Number - The 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi signal range is divided into a number of smaller bands or "channels," similar to television channels. In most countries, Wi-Fi equipment provides a set of available channels to choose from. In the United States, for example, any of the Wi-Fi channels 1 - 11 can be chosen when setting up a wireless LAN (WLAN). Setting this Wi-Fi channel number appropriately provides one way to avoid sources of wireless interference.
Minimum guaranteed public bandwidth - Use the slider to specify the amount of bandwidth that your location visitors should be able to use, out of the total bandwidth available to the Wavespot router, via the ISP. This feature is optional, and can be enabled/disabled using the radio buttons below.
Wireless Security & Service Modes
Security Mode - Wavespot supports the WPA-PSK security mode for the private wireless network. It can also be disabled, if the private WiFi network is desired to be accessed without any authentication key.
WPA Algorithms - The WPA Algorithms supported by Wavespot are TKIP, AES & TKI-PAES.
WPA-PSK - This is the authentication key for the private network. Change it to an easy-to-remember password if required.
Wavespot Service Modes - Select the desired option from the combo box to switch on/off the wireless and wired network ports, or assign them for public or private use.