The Wireless Multifunction Mini Router can only support passwords containing letters and numbers. Special characters cannot be used.
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Router mode allows the device to function as a typical router, connecting to the internet provided by your ISP and broadcasting a wireless signal, enabling you to create your own network.
The Wireless Mini Router can also be used in Repeater mode, which lets you connect to your existing network and amplify it. This enables you to extend the range of your wireless network – invaluable if you have a weak connection in a room far away from your router.
The Wireless Mini Router can create a wireless connection from a wired source in Access Point mode. If only an ethernet port or ethernet cable is available, the router can connect to the wired connection and broadcast a wireless network that all your devices can connect to.
In Bridge mode, the Mini Router can connect to an existing wireless network and rebroadcast it under a new name; useful for organizing different users of your network into separate connections: for example, if you ran a coffee shop and wanted to create a separate network name for your customers to connect to.
In Client mode, the Wireless Mini Router connects to a device such as a Smart TV or video game console using an ethernet cable. The Mini Router can then be used as a wireless adapter, enabling the connected device to connect to the internet wirelessly.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Hi Just purchased today your Wireless-n mini Router. When I first turned it on I was able to login 192.168.10.253 It could not see my existing wifi so I tried it on AP mode, it's working fine but I cannot get back to the home page. I have tried reset is there any thing else I should look at? Thanks Howard
- I'm a software engineer looking for a small Wi-Fi module that can broadcast an SSID that is scannable from another device. Effectively, I'd like the Wi-Fi module to appear as an access point although I don't need or want anything to actually connect to it. With this device, is it able to be configured to broadcast an SSID without actually connecting an ethernet cable?
- I would like to use the mini router as though as an access point where the WAN is a wireless connection instead of a wired connection. Can the bridge mode be set up to provide DHCP and NAT service for the users on the SSID provided by the mini router? I'd also like to set it so it used either WEP or WPA/WPA2 if WEP isn't available. If it can be set up this way what are the steps to do so? Thanks