can i have a guest log in, and how is it set up?
- Asked by Michael R from Smyrna
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Yes. You can set up a guest network. However, I have disabled mine simply due to the fact that guests are usually family members and I don't feel like they are any risk to my network. But it is easy to setup. During setup it gives you the option to create a guest network and you can set the attributes based on however much access or bandwidth you give your guests. In my case, if I use the guest option, the guests receive only G speed connection. The N is reserved for my own wireless stuff. Nowadays with the 3rd gen versions, if your ISP can deliver consistent GB speed >1gbps, you can reserve the N band for your guests and use the 802.11 ac for your own equip. Unfortunately for me, MY ISP is not capable of gigabit speed.
- Answered by Bill B from Red Oak
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Is there a difference in performance (speed or consistency) between the guest log in and the normal log in? If so what is it?
- Asked by Dean W from Elk Grove
- Nov 20, 2014
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does my apple watch log me into sierra
- Asked by Stanley I from Lake Worth
- Oct 14, 2016
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- Asked about: OS X Lion (10.7)
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