Wireless Setup - Nexxt Solutions - NW230NXT14 (Nexxt Firmware)

Nexxt Solutions - NW230NXT14 (Nexxt Firmware)

Wireless Setup Guide

Note: When setting up or changing your wireless settings it is a good idea to be plugged into the router with your network cable and not your wireless connection.
          If you are using your wireless connection and make any changes you will lose you wireless connection.

Step 1.

Open your favorite web browser and input your routers ip address in the address bar.
Please note that you must have the http:// in order to connect to your router/modem properly.

Need help finding you router IP address? Click here

Step 2.

Some router/modems require a username and/or password, if yours requires it, enter the routers username and password here.

If you don't know it you can check our list of default router and modem password list here.

If you have changed it and don't remember it you may have to reset your device to factory default using the reset button on most routers.

Step 3.

Once logged into your router click on "Wireless".

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Step 4.

By default 'Basic' should be chosen, if not click it now.

Make sure 'Disabled Wireless' is not checked, if it is uncheck it and hit 'Apply'

For 'Radio Band' set to 802.11b/g.

For 'Radio Mode' you can leave this its default.

For 'Booster Mode' make sure it is check marked.

For 'SSID' set a name you would like to call your wireless.
What you put here is what will show up when you are searching for a wireless connection.

For 'Broadcast SSID' normally you will have this set to enable.
This will broadcast your wireless connection to be detected by your wireless card.
This is a good way for a standard user to find the network, but also why it is important to have wireless security in place.

For 'Channel' choose a channel for the wireless to be on.

Once all information is set click on 'Apply' then click 'Save'

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Step 5.

Now click on 'Security'

For 'Authentication Type' you will have multiple options, for the sake of keeping this guide simple I recommend you choose WPA.
WPA is widely supported by wireless cards and allows you to set your own password. For this example we will use WEP.

For 'Accessorial Authentication & Encryption' choose 'Shared Key'

For 'Key Length' choose '64 bits'

For 'WEP Mode' choose 'HEX'

 Then for 'Key 1' set your hex password (you can use the screenshot below as a guide)

Once you have your setting all set click 'Apply' and then click 'Save'

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All done!