The WRT1200AC uses the same Smart Wi-Fi management solution as the 1900AC solution. As such, you can create and account to manage your router on the go, or optionally stay offline and manage router the traditional way.
The landing menu gives you a glimpse of everything going on with the router. At the top, we have Internet connectivity, while moving down, we have wireless SSIDs for 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
Network map is one of the best features of current router platforms, as you can see the Linksys software allows you to see all devices or sort them by band or wired interface.
Media Prioritization allows you to configure devices for application priority.
External storage is another feature that is now built into most routers. Linksys allows you to enable quite a few services including DLNA server, FTP and SMB folder shares.
The connectivity menu allows you to configure Internet, local and VLAN settings. You can also upgrade firmware through this menu.
Moving on, we take a look at the wireless menu where you can setup your SSIDs and passwords. You can also configure channels and width for each band.
Here we have the security menu for the WRT1200, where you can configure VPN and Firewall settings along with internet filters.
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- Page 1 [Introduction and the Router]
- Page 2 [Management GUI]
- Page 3 [Test System Setup and Transfer Performance]
- Page 4 [Benchmarks - Wired and Wireless Throughput]
- Page 5 [Benchmarks - External Storage & Final Thoughts]
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