Ubiquiti: Change Wireless Mode

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  1. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest

    Ubiquiti: Change Wireless Mode


    Ubiquiti (Routers): Change Wireless Mode
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: ubnt
    • Password: ubnt
    Change Wireless Mode

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Basic Wireless Settings” section.
    7. Next to the IEEE 802.11 Mode dropdown, select “G-Only”.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.

    :)
     
    XB1R Hydros, Jul 18, 2014
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  2. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest
    Ubiquiti: Change Wireless Band

    Ubiquiti (Routers): Change Wireless Band (width)
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: ubnt
    • Password: ubnt
    Change Wireless Band (Width)

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Basic Wireless Settings” section.
    7. Next to the Channel Width dropdown, select “20 MHz”.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.
     
    XB1R Hydros, Jul 18, 2014
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  3. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest
    Ubiquiti: Change Wireless Channel

    Ubiquiti (Routers): Change Wireless Channel
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: ubnt
    • Password: ubnt
    Change Wireless Channel

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Basic Wireless Settings” section.
    7. Next to the Extension Channel dropdown, select the desired channel.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.
     
    XB1R Hydros, Jul 18, 2014
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  4. Ricardo Cintra Win User

    Networking Hardware Information?

    I Liked Cisco and Netgear too, I Use a UniFi from Ubiquiti for Wireless and I Use a TP-Link Router
  5. JediJames13 Win User

    Change Wireless Mode

    yes it can! at least if you have the DD-WRT firmware
  6. VibroPlex Win User

    How to fix my internet?

  7. taidara Win User

    Hard to explain issue.

    Check for obstructions that is close and could interfere with your router's signal strenght aswell as the external wireless network adapter. Try changing your router's wireless channel manually to a different channel (e.g. 11). Try changing/lowering the
    wireless mode (802.11 mode:). If your router's wireless security protocol is set to WEP try changing it to WPA or WPA2. Make sure UPnP is enabled.
  8. taidara Win User

    Xbox One multiplayer lag. How to increase internet speeds for gaming.

    A "wireless extender" is normally referred to a wireless backhaul, or a wireless distribution system (WDS), operating on the same frequency. This is not to be confused with the majority of 802.11 deployments, that use multiple APs as a portal into an 802.3
    Ethernet backbone.

    Now, if cable drops, in your househould, is not feasible, then a viable solution to consider would be setting up a mesh network, wich utilizes different frequencies and radios for client access and distribution (wireless backhaul). The disadvantage is foremost
    the half duplex medium, but also the fact that each frame transmission needs to be sent twice. This decreases througput and increases latency.

    An additional option, if cable drop is possible, is to buy a set of APs (e.g. Ubiquiti), along with a fairly cheap unmanaged switch with PoE/PoE+. With the Ubiquiti you have the option to extend each BSS with the help of an ESSID, having wireless devices
    the ability to, seamlessly, roam between the APs.

    A last resort, to consider, is a Wi-Fi Homeplug/Powerline adapter.
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