This easy-to-use router offers a straightforward configuration interface that permits you to assemble it with comfort. it's based on the most recent IEEE802.11n standard and is backward compatible with devices of IEEE802.11b/g standards. The Tenda wi-fi router，including router, wireless AP, four-port switch, and firewall in one，provides powerful online monitor function and supports Mac filter and URL filter. With WDS function, it will repeat and increase wireless signals so as to expand the network coverage area. It definitely supports UPnP and WMM to make your audio and video smoother. With QoS function, it will efficiently distribute the downloading rate for the customers. With most adaptability, the router can divide the access limits into some areas so multiple computers will share the net access. In addition, it supports WISP function to access to the ISP’s wireless hotspots.io
This section guides a way to permit the network administrator to manage the router remotely. If you would like to access the router from outside of the local network, please click the checkbox after “Enable”.
To access the Router’s Web-based Utility, launch an internet browser like internet explorer or Firefox and enter http://192.168.0.1. Press “Enter”.
The system can automatically opt for the corresponding web language in accordance with the Browser’s language.
Two types of fast access methods are provided on the router’s web-based utility: ADSL dial-up and DHCP.
If you choose ADSL dial-up, you simply need to enter the access account and access password as well as the wireless password, then click “Ok” to complete the settings.
If you choose DHCP, you simply ought to enter the wireless password and click on “Ok” to complete the settings.
By default access methodology is ADSL dial-up and the access account and access password are the same as the ADSL dial-up account and password, that you'll inquire your broadband ISP.
The two encryption setting screens which are provided by the router, one is simple and easy, the other is Advanced.
Simple and easy screen: Log on to the router’s web-based utility and you'll set encryption for the router. The default adopts WPA-PSK mode and AES algorithm. The default password is 12345678.
MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the size of the largest data packet that can be sent over the network. The default value is 1492. Do NOT modify it unless necessary, but if a specific website or web application software cannot open or be enabled, you can try to change the MTU value to 1450, 1400, etc.