Wireless / Radio Network
On the "Radio Network" page you can enable and disable the wireless network, and specify the name of the wireless network (SSID). You also receive information on other wireless devices known to the FRITZ!Box. You can configure various settings for wireless devices that are connected with the FRITZ!Box.
Click the "Apply" button to save your settings. If you leave the page without saving, all of your changes will be discarded.
Known WLAN Devices
The list of known wireless devices presents information on the following devices:
- Wireless devices that are connected with the FRITZ!Box
- Wireless devices that were connected with the FRITZ!Box at an earlier point in time
- Wireless devices that are currently attempting to connect with the FRITZ!Box
- By clicking on "Show unsuccessful registration attempts" you can also view wireless devices that attempted to connect with the FRITZ!Box at an earlier point in time
Information in the List
The list contains the following information on the wireless devices:
| ||Quality of the wireless connection (signal strength). After a wireless connection is cleared, this icon may continue to display an existing connection for a certain period.|
|IP Address||The IP address assigned to the wireless device by the DHCP server of the FRITZ!Box. If the device has a fixed IP address, the IP address will not be displayed.|
|MAC address||The MAC address of the wireless device|
|Throughput||The value displayed is the speed that is physically possible and is determined on the physical level.|
The buttons in the list have the following functions:
|Send feedback to AVM. Your feedback will help us continue to improve the wireless LAN properties of the FRITZ!Box.|
|Deletes the wireless device from your network.|
Under "Radio Network" page you can enable and disable the wireless network, and specify a name (SSID).
The following settings are available:
|WLAN radio network active||Enable and disable wireless LAN|
|Name of the WLAN radio network (SSID)|| |
Name displayed on wireless devices (computers, smartphones) when the wireless network is enabled
maximum length: 32 characters (for information on what characters are allowed, see Assigning Passwords, Keys, and Names)
Using the QR code you can automatically transfer the information needed to use the access to your smartphone or tablet. To do this, simply read the QR code with a QR code reader (app).
On Android devices this is especially easy to use the QR code with FRITZ!App WLAN. On iOS devices you can use software like the QR code reader Qrafter.