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Step by step guide to securing wireless router
09-28-2012, 04:59 AM
Post: #11
RE: Step by step guide to securing wireless router
Wireless router is really vulnerable for security reason.Most of the users have no enough knowledge that his/her router can be hacked.So this post and tips must be help to make a router more secure. I also learn tips and must apply.
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10-06-2012, 05:25 PM
Post: #12
RE: Step by step guide to securing wireless router
Do not disable SSID broadcast to make your WiFi invisable.
It just doesnt help and can cause problems.
The "bad people" still will see your WiFi with freely available tools.
It's a myth that needs to be forcibly dragged out behind the woodshed.
http://www.brighthub.com/computing/smb-s.../1211.aspx

WEP encryption is very vulnerable, it is hacked in less
than a minute. Don't use WEP.

WPA is much better than WEP, but nowadays you should use
the WPA2-encryption for security.

On the newer routers there is a button for easy connect
from windows to your WiFi.
It's called WiFi Protected Setup (WPS).
There a flaw in WPS, it can be used to hack your WiFi without
the need to press that button.
Disable WPS.
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06-29-2022, 05:14 AM
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for transmitting...

you need
TX/RX pcb, case,and parts kits 1,2,and 3
you only need one of these to do the transmitting jumper set to TX


FOR RECEIVING
if you want to receive to any dmx device...
you need
TX/RX pcb, case, and parts kits 1,2,& 3
you can place this anywhere, and connect to a device, then continue with other devices with cat5 cable also note, the TX/RX has a power cable to power it jumper set to RX

if you want to receive on an express...
you need
EX/RX pcb, and parts kits 4 & 5
you can setup one, or all of your Expresses for wireless, then you can setup wired devices off the DMX OUT 2 port on the Express don't forget to remove the REMOVE FOR WIRELESS jumper

if you want to receive on a single ssr4, mr16, or Freestyle...
you need
EX/RX pcb, and parts, and the socket adapter kits 4,5 & 6
going this route, you would need this for every device you wanted to connect to wireless in this manner. plus, you can't add wired devices for the dmx out of that part forexample, the ssr4 also note the ssr4 NEEDS to have the DMX addon for it to work with wireless

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