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Setting up wireless security on Belkin routers

Protecting your Wi-Fi network is very important and Belkin Tech Support recommends you to protect your network while you set it up. This will save your wireless network from unauthorized access and from potential attackers who can harm you or your network in many ways like changing or deleting the data in your NAS (Network…
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Setting up DDNS on your Belkin Router

DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) assigns computer a fixed domain name without changing the DHCP configuration. Even though it assigns a fixed domain name, it does not assign a static IP address which makes it safe from hackers.   Belkin Tech Support recommends you to use this feature if you want to access your network remotely.…
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DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It is a protocol which assigns a new IP address every time the device reconnects to the network. By default, DHCP is enabled on the Belkin routers but you can disable it if you want.   You will have to disable the DHCP server if you want to…
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Connecting or Cascading Multiple Belkin Routers

Cascading two routers means to connect them to each other. This will help you to improve the performance of your network, expand your wireless network range and to connect more devices to your network.   Belkin Tech Support recommends you to do this if you have multiple router for better network performance. This Belkin Tech…
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Cloning Computer’s MAC address to your Belkin Router

MAC address stands for Media Access Control address. It is a unique identifier which is assigned to each and every device during their manufacturing so that they can be identified when on a network. This is a unique number and generally once assigned, cannot be changed. Some ISPs use MAC address to identify devices and…
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