When setting up the E8350, you have the option to choose Linksys Connect, or setup via the manual method.
For those that have used a Linksys solution in the past, this menu should look familiar. The basic setup screen allows you to adjust settings for the DHCP server, and the WAN connection.
By default, the E8350 uses Wi-Fi protected setup, so to get to this menu you must use the manual option available at the top. Once you get into the wireless menu, you can change all options pertaining to the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. Security options, along with additional wireless features, are included in their own sub menu.
Looking over the Security tab, we find options for the SPI firewall and internet filter.
The Storage menu allows you to setup any external solution you have plugged into the E8350.
Over on the access policy, parents can setup control to limit the time children can spend on the internet.
Next, we have the Port Forward menu, which allows single port forwarding, or triggering along with DMZ and QoS settings.
The Administration menu allows you to change the router password, setup remote access, and UPnP, among others.
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