Enable SSID isolation
A lot of people have asked how do I enable wireless isolation? The answer is pretty simple and is fairly similar for most models of routers that come with wireless isolation as a feature. It is important to note that not all routers will come with wireless isolation, and some may refer to it as wireless client isolation or simply client isolation.
The first thing to do is to log into your router’s web based control panel. To access your router’s control panel open up a web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc) and type in the ip address of your router in the address box. Example:192.168.1.1 this will give you access to your router’s control panel. Most routers will have an ip address printed on them along with a username and password. If your router does not have this information on a label on the device, check the documentation that came with your router. If you cannot find the settings address in the documentation or on the router try one of the follow: 192.168.0.1, 192.168.1.1, 192.168.0.100 or 192.168.100.1. If you still cannot gain access to your router’s control panel it is probably best to give the manufacturer a call.
When you make connection to your router you may be asked to enter a username and password. This is specifically the username and password for your router, not your internet provider or computer log in, unless you have previously changed the settings on your router. The username and password are usually on the label on your router near the ip address to access the router. Usually the user name is either Admin, Administrator, or Root. The password is usually either blank, as in you don’t have to type one in. Or is the name of the maker of the router. If you cannot find this information and none of the above works you may wish to call your router’s manufacturer.
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