Setup is straight forward with this solution, but you do get a quick wizard upon connecting everything.
Once in the Web GUI, we have the dashboards showing us an overview of the system.
The Wireless menu is the same for both 2.4Ghz and 5GHz with the SSID, password, and bands all configurable from this menu.
In the network settings menu, you have access to LAN and WAN settings along with the ability to swap this solution to bridge mode if needed. In the advanced menu, you can control the firewall and VPN settings.
For parental controls, you do have the ability to block websites. You can also setup User access by MAC or IP.
The storage menu gives you access to both USB ports allowing them to show up on the network as storage devices.
In the firewall settings, you will find your port forwarding and filtering options.
Last, we have QoS for high traffic homes that consume a lot of throughput. This option will take your available bandwidth from your ISP and manage it prioritizing devices over others.
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