Did you know the router can broadcast 4 different Wi-Fi Networks simultaneously?
You’ve likely seen the -5G and -2G networks on your devices, but the router can also broadcast guest networks for each of these ranges.
Why would a guest network be useful?
You can give temporary access to friends or neighbors you don’t want to know the permanent password.
Or you could use it as a parental control feature: If you give kids the Wi-Fi information for the guest network, you can turn the guest Wi-Fi off at bedtime while still allowing the primary Wi-Fi to function.
So how do you turn on guest WiFi? Follow the instructions for your device at netallover.com/troubleshooting in the “Wi-Fi Device Settings” Section.
When you get to the page to change your Wi-Fi name and password there will be a tab for Guest Networks.