Building a network at home (wireless router settings)
Setting up a router can be a bit difficult for beginners. A long time ago, you had to enter a setting command or set the IP address of the same network address on your computer and router and set it via a browser.
Even if you are able to connect to the WAN (Internet) after a lot of effort, in terms of wireless settings, there are SSIDs, channel settings to avoid radio wave interference, encryption settings, and even more difficult firewall settings. There were a lot of things that had to be set.
However, setting up a wireless router these days is surprisingly easy compared to a decade ago. Convenient setting software is attached, and even if you do not set it with one button, it will automatically distinguish.
WAN settings (Internet connection)
When you become a member of an Internet provider, you will receive setting information for connecting to the provider. Enter that information into your wireless router.
The items to be set are
- connection user name
- connection password
- IP address of DNS server or obtained automatically
- Encryption during authentication
etc. will be set.
To set up, set the same network address on the computer and the wireless router, connect the computer and the wireless router with a cross cable, specify the IP address of the wireless router at the URL of the browser, and connect. increase. Some recent wireless routers have LAN ports that support Auto-MDIX, and can be