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Steps to insert new router behind an existing router

In most cases, you can easily add your router to an existing wireless network by running Linksys Smart Wi-Fi. Below are the steps recommended by Linksys tech support team for adding another router behind an existing router. To add your router to your existing wireless network:       Connect your router’s Internet port to the LAN/Ethernet port…
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Restarting your router using the Linksys Smart Wi-Fi app

Linksys Smart Wi-Fi app is a very amazing feature provided by the Linksys services. You can easily manage your router settings using the Linksys Smart Wi-Fi app from a remote location. Restarting your router is generally turning it OFF and then ON. Here, the wireless devices will disconnect from the router but will reconnect automatically…
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Optimizing your Linksys router for gaming and voice

Before we understand the ways to optimize the Linksys router for gaming and voice, let us first know how router prioritizes traffic to the internet.   Your Linksys router can prioritize traffic between your network and the Internet. Performance for demanding, real-time applications, such as online gaming, VoIP calls, video streaming, and video conferencing, can…
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Device prioritization with linksys smart wi-fi app on a mobile device

Device Prioritization tool allows you to prioritize that which devices or applications on your network will get the most bandwidth for less lag time and buffering. It is a very useful and important feature of your Linksys Smart Wi-Fi routers. Linksys Tech Support recommends you to do this as per your needs as it is…
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ENABLING THE DMZ FEATURE ON YOUR LINKSYS SMART WI-FI ACCOUNT

DMZ or demilitarized zone is a physical or logical subnetwork that exposes an organization’s external facing services to a usually larger and non-trusted network, usually the internet. It is a way to enhance connectivity and performance over the internet, as it helps electronic signals to bypass strict firewall and router security and open all ports…
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Rebooting and resetting the router to factory settings using linksys smart wi-fi account

Reboot is a process by which a device is restarted, either intentionally or unintentionally. It turns your router OFF and then ON. While rebooting, all the devices connected to your router will be disconnected and then will reconnect automatically once the reboot process is finished. On the other hand, Factory reset sets the router to…
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DISABLE RESTRICTED INTERNET ACCESS ON YOUR LINKSYS SMART WI-FI ACCOUNT

Linksys Smart Wi-Fi routers allow you to restrict the internet access by using Parental Controls tool to set the limit of internet usage or for the security purpose. Internet access restrictions allow you to create a set of rules that govern internet access to machines on your network. You can create rules that govern access…
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Mapping a drive on your Linksys smart Wi-Fi router

Mapping a drive is how an operating system associates a local drive with a shared storage area to another computer on a network. After drive mapping, a software application on a client’s computer can read and write files from the shared storage area by accessing that drive. The USB Storage Tool on the Linksys Smart…
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ACCESSING YOUR LINKSYS SMART WI-FI ACCOUNT THROUGH A WEB BROWSER

Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Account is a free service provided to you by Linksys Smart Wi-Fi router. After setting up your Linksys Smart Wi-Fi router, you can easily access it using your Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Account wherever there is an internet connection. You can even access your Linksys Smart Wifi Account using web browsers. You can…
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Port forwarding on Linksys smart wi-fi router using the local access interface

Port forwarding also known as Port Mapping is an application of Network Address Translation (NAT) that redirects a communication request from one address and port number combination to another while the packets are traversing a network gateway, such as a router or firewall. It is done so that the data for Internet applications can pass…
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