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  • For router security kindly follow these steps:-
    1.Make sure that your Wi–Fi router’s firmware is up to date.
    2.If possible, back up your Wi–Fi router’s settings.
    3.Forget or remove the Wi-Fi settings for your network from any devices that connect to your Wi-Fi router. This will prevent the devices from attempting to connect to your network with the old configuration. You’ll need to reconnect these devices to your network when you’re done applying the new settings.
    4.Configure all Wi–Fi routers on the same network with the same settings. Otherwise, devices could have difficulty connecting to your network, or your network could become unreliable.
    5.If you’re using a dual-band Wi–Fi router, configure both bands to have the same settings, unless otherwise noted below.
    6.The security setting controls the type of authentication and encryption used by your Wi-Fi router, which allows you to control access to the network and specify the level of privacy for data you send over the air.
    Set to: WPA2 Personal (AES)
    WPA2 Personal (AES) is currently the strongest form of security offered by Wi-Fi products, and is recommended for all uses. When enabling WPA2, be sure to select a strong password that can’t be guessed by third parties.
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  • WPA2 Personal (AES) is currently the strongest form of security offered by Wi-Fi products, and is recommended for all user including home and business segment.



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