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network [2021/11/01 12:57]
m_ars [Wireless (5 GHz / interface eth2)]
network [2022/01/03 23:11]
hogwild [Wireless (5 GHz / interface eth2)]-centre column headings
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 The Wireless (2.4 GHz) section displays information and settings for the wireless network interface on the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi band. The Wireless (2.4 GHz) section displays information and settings for the wireless network interface on the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi band.
  
-Your device may show a different device name than eth1. Note: FreshTomato (Linux) hardware device numbers begin at 0. For example, the first Ethernet device might be called eth0. The second wireless device might be called wl1.+Your device may show a different device name than eth1. Note: FreshTomato hardware device numbers begin at 0. For example, the first Ethernet device might be called eth0. The second wireless device might be called wl1.
  
 **Enable Wireless:** When checked, this turns on the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network interface. When unchecked, the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi interface is off. **Enable Wireless:** When checked, this turns on the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network interface. When unchecked, the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi interface is off.
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 **Wireless Mode:** This allows you to select the wireless mode (function) of the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network interface.  \\   \\ **Wireless Mode:** This allows you to select the wireless mode (function) of the 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network interface.  \\   \\
  
-^ Mode ^ Description  ^+ Wireless Mode   Description  ^
 |  \\ Access Point  | \\ The (default) setting, which allows clients to connect to FreshTomato's wireless network(s). \\ \\ -  IPv4 & IPv6 communication work for both MIPS and ARM. \\ | |  \\ Access Point  | \\ The (default) setting, which allows clients to connect to FreshTomato's wireless network(s). \\ \\ -  IPv4 & IPv6 communication work for both MIPS and ARM. \\ |
 |  \\ Access Point WDS  | \\ Sets the router in "repeater mode", allowing clients to connect via wireless while simultaneously acting as a \\ WDS [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Distribution_System|Wireless Distribution System]] base station. \\ \\ | |  \\ Access Point WDS  | \\ Sets the router in "repeater mode", allowing clients to connect via wireless while simultaneously acting as a \\ WDS [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Distribution_System|Wireless Distribution System]] base station. \\ \\ |
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 The Wireless (5 GHz) section displays information and settings for the wireless network interface on the 5 GHz Wi-Fi band. The Wireless (5 GHz) section displays information and settings for the wireless network interface on the 5 GHz Wi-Fi band.
  
-Your device may show a different device name than eth1. Note: FreshTomato (Linux) hardware device numbers begin at 0. \\  For example, the first Ethernet device might be called eth0. The second wireless device might be called wl1.+Your device may show a different device name than eth1. Note: FreshTomato hardware device numbers begin at 0. \\  For example, the first Ethernet device might be called eth0. The second wireless device might be called wl1.
  
 Typically, the 5 GHz Wi-Fi band has higher bandwidth, but shorter distance propagation than the 2.4 GHz band. Typically, the 5 GHz Wi-Fi band has higher bandwidth, but shorter distance propagation than the 2.4 GHz band.
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 **Wireless Mode:**  This lets you choose the wireless mode (function) of the 5 GHz Wi-fi interface.  \\   \\ **Wireless Mode:**  This lets you choose the wireless mode (function) of the 5 GHz Wi-fi interface.  \\   \\
  
-^ Mode ^ Description  ^+ Wireless Mode   Description  ^
 |  \\ Access Point  | \\ The (default) setting, which allows clients to connect to FreshTomato's wireless network(s). \\ \\ -  IPv4 & IPv6 communication work for both MIPS and ARM. \\ | |  \\ Access Point  | \\ The (default) setting, which allows clients to connect to FreshTomato's wireless network(s). \\ \\ -  IPv4 & IPv6 communication work for both MIPS and ARM. \\ |
 |  \\ Access Point WDS  | \\ Sets the router in "repeater mode", allowing clients to connect via wireless while simultaneously acting as a \\ WDS [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Distribution_System|Wireless Distribution System]] base station. \\ \\ | |  \\ Access Point WDS  | \\ Sets the router in "repeater mode", allowing clients to connect via wireless while simultaneously acting as a \\ WDS [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Distribution_System|Wireless Distribution System]] base station. \\ \\ |
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   * A Only: allows Wi-Fi clients to connect using only the 802.11a protocol.   * A Only: allows Wi-Fi clients to connect using only the 802.11a protocol.
   * N Only: allows Wi-Fi clients to connect using only the 802.11n protocol.   * N Only: allows Wi-Fi clients to connect using only the 802.11n protocol.
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 +Note that releases before 2021.8 do NOT have s separate setting for 802.11ac. That only arrrived with 2021.8 .
  
 Separate Wireless Network Mode settings will exist for any 2.4 GHz band interface. See the 2.4 GHz section. \\  (Default: Auto) Separate Wireless Network Mode settings will exist for any 2.4 GHz band interface. See the 2.4 GHz section. \\  (Default: Auto)
network.txt ยท Last modified: 2022/01/03 23:14 by hogwild