Automatic WiFi

Automatic WiFi

October 26, 2016 Mobile and Phone 0
Automatic WiFi

It is true that now leave the radio modules of your smartphone (WiFi, Bluetooth) are always active, even when you are away from home/office, you’ll waste little battery-perhaps around 2, 3% each in a full day. But always it is waste, and if you have a working procedure quite stable an app like this WiFi Automatic will come in very useful to automate switching off and switching on at least the Wi-Fi radio to suit your needs.

Automatic WiFi

Automatic WiFi simply lets you set rules Wi-Fi radio on/off of your device. The most basic system is based on schedules, and is perfect for anyone who leaves home every morning/fall every night at the same hour; Alternatively, you can proceed to location, exploiting the information coming from the GSM cell to which you are connected.

There are also some special rules, such as turning off after few minutes without connection, activating when charging and resuming every few (by five minutes to ten hours), override the airplane mode and so on, but they are a bit of a sticking plaster to make up for the lack of a schedule for week or cycle right, taking into account i.e. different needs during rest days-typically the weekend.

The GSM location is still a solution that works, although maybe a little less accurate schedules-as long as they don’t work too close to home. The app is generally well written, neat and clear enough (if you know English). Besides, it’s free and without advertising, a closer look you deserve.

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How to Avoid Others from Robbing Our Wifi

If you read the next post and you’ve confirmed someone has access to your network, it is time to act to prevent access to relevant information in your network. In this document we will give you some recommendations on how to avoid robbing us WiFi.

For all of these functions, it is necessary to access the configuration of your Router. Normally the direction of access is usually on a sticker next to the user name and password. If you do not know the direction of access, you can open a window on “prompt” and write “ipconfig” for information on your local network.

Online default gateway can see the direction we must write in your browser to access the Router and be able to modify the security settings allow us not again to access our WiFi network.

The example configuration will make for one of the most common manufacturer of Routers as it is LAN.

It is not necessary to do all the steps to improve the security of our network. Just to change one would be enough, although if you need added security we may change them all.

By order of safety, I would recommend you take into account the following aspects of the configuration:

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Change the type of our network security to WPA/WPA2

Access to Wireless – > Wireless Security. Where can change the type of encryption and password for access.

WEP is not recommended nor of course no security (Disable Security). A WPA/WPA2 encryption is sufficient.

The system does not include security any user can connect. And by the majority of audit software WEP (beini, wifislax, wifiway, blackcat, backtrack,…) can decrypt WEP passwords

Change password access to WiFi network

From the above image we can vary the password for access to our network. It is recommended to not use common passwords such as “1234”, admin…

Depending on your model of Router you can enter passwords longer with special characters.

It is not recommended to use the password we assigned the manufacturer default.

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Filter MAC addresses

Once we have accessed the users connected via the DHCP registry can obtain the address the user MAC is connected to our network. The MAC address is a number unique to every user on the network. If you know the address of the user is connected without our permission we can include it in a list of the Router to prevent their access

From Wireless – > Wireless Mac Filtering can include addresses MAC users want to authorize can access our network or directly include those addresses do not want to access

In the following our blog you have in detail how to turn MAC filtering function

Limit the number of IP addresses on the Router

Although it is not a system as protection. If we restrict the addresses allows the Router to connect can control no other users are connected.

I.e. If for example only on our network we know we will have 2 teams can limit these addresses from the Router to prevent other users to connect.

In the next image appears limited addresses assigned DHCP from 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.238 i.e. 138 connections.

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Hide network WiFi (SSID) name

To hide the name of the WiFi network the network will not be visible unless you have configured WiFi network.

Selecting the checkbox “Enable SSID Broadcast” allow network WiFi is visible and thus vulnerable to a Hacker tries to access it. Against if we have this box off new users can not detect the WiFi network to connect.

Change password for access to the Router

By default the password to access the Router should appear in a sticker next to the Router, although it is also advisable to change it. Since a hacker access to our network, you can do this also to the Router if we have not previously changed this password and this way you can have much more information on which equipment are connected and information more detailed on our local network

A: have to change the password in the case of TPLINK System Tool – > Password

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We hope this document you has been of help to improve the security of your wireless network. If you like everything about the world WiFi I recommend you visit the web our site, where you will find related products

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