4. In the Hide SSID field, select Yes to prevent wireless devices
from detecting your SSID. When this function is enabled, you
would need to enter the SSID manually on the wireless device
to access the wireless network.
5. Select any of these wireless mode options to determine the
types of wireless devices that can connect to your wireless
Auto - Select Auto to allow 802.11AC, 802.11n, 802.11g, and
802.11b devices to connect to the wireless router.
Legacy - Select Legacy to allow 802.11b/g/n devices to
connect to the wireless router. Hardware that supports
802.11n natively, however, will only run at a maximum speed
N only - Select N only to maximize wireless N performance.
This setting prevents 802.11g and 802.11b devices from
connecting to the wireless router.
6. Select the operating channel for your wireless router. Select
Auto to allow the wireless router to automatically select the
channel that has the least amount of interference.
7. Select any of these channel bandwidth to accommodate higher
40MHz: Select this bandwidth to maximize the wireless
20MHz (default): Select this bandwidth if you encounter some
issues with your wireless connection.
8. Select any of these authentication methods:
• Open System: This option provides no security.
• Shared Key: You must use WEP encryption and enter at least
one shared key.