Like many new platforms, Lyra is controlled via an app available for iOS and Android. I am using the iOS version.
Setup starts with a quick welcome before we push on to the next step.
We then set up and plug in our first node, connect to our modem, and continue in the app.
We choose our SSID and password here in the next step and move towards the finish line.
Lyra setup is complete. Adding additional nodes will take you through those same few steps again.
The dashboard for Lyra gives access to a network map, traffic manager, and guest access on the left side.
Traffic Manager enables you to prioritize Lyra for certain tasks.
The settings menu gives you access to the SSID, password, and WAN settings. Advanced controls include port forwarding, IP binding, and remote connection.
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