192.168.1.1 Admin Wireless Security Settings

192.168.1.1 Admin Wireless Security Settings is very important.Many users only pay attention to the transmission speed but ignore the security of wireless network.

According to the survey, 90% of the network intrusion is caused by the wireless router is not corresponding to the 192.168.1.1 security settings. Here are a few basic security settings that can help you stay away from most of the threats.

Disable DHCP features
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol,General router DHCP is enabled by default, so that all wireless devices within the signal range can be automatically assigned to the IP address, which left a great security risk. An attacker can easily get a lot of information about your router by distributing the IP address, so disabling the DHCP feature is necessary.

Wireless encryption
General wireless AP or router has WEP encryption and WPA encryption, WEP includes both 64-bit and 128-bit encryption type, as long as enter 10 or 26 x 16 string as encrypted password can protect your wireless network.
WPA make networks more secure and reliable. Should be noted that wireless router wireless encryption is turned off when they go out, but if you give up this function, then your network is a network of severe insecurity, it is recommended that you set this feature is enabled.

Turn off SSID broadcasting
SSID is the name of your wireless network access. When searching for a wireless network, your network name will appear in the search results. Once an attacker to leverage common initialization string to connect to a wireless network, extremely vulnerable to your wireless network, so I strongly recommend that you turn off SSID broadcasting.

Set the IP filtering and MAC address list
Because each network card’s MAC address is unique, you can increase security by setting the MAC address list. After the IP address filtering feature is enabled, only IP addresses in the list of MAC users can access the wireless network, the other is not in the list can not be connected to the network.