The Ally Plus uses an app to configure a large majority of settings. It does have a traditional Web GUI as well, but you will only need that for configuring high-level settings.
The splash screen above is for logging in if you already have an account setup or the setup wizard if you don't.
Ally Plus requires an online account to set it up; we start that process above.
The wizard guides you through the setup of Ally, seen above.
Once everything is setup, we have this dashboard menu seen above. Amped has partnered with AVG for security on this platform, but you do have the option to disable it if not wanted. Seen above, you get a quick look at devices connected to your network along with the option of creating users.
In the settings menu, you have access to Wi-Fi settings, AVG protection along with guest network settings. For higher level control, you will need to go to the advanced settings menu and get the password for the Web GUI.
I tested the Amped Wireless Ally Plus on the 1.05.04 firmware.
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