Description: The article is about mediacom login. This is a tutorial on how to login and manage Wi-Fi Settings. The author shows nine steps to teach you how to login and manage Wi-Fi Settings, you can follow those steps to manage yoru Wi-Fi settings.
Sharing is good. My wife ha been out of town all week so I’ve been celebrating by binge watching and eating cheese noodles in bed. Did you know Wi-Fi settings? For only a few dollars a month in addition to your modem rental fee, you can share your Mediacom Internet service between all the Internet connected devices in your home for one low price.
Sharing has never been easier. Our new home network manager is a great product with a variety of new features and makes it easier than ever for you to attach and manage your entire home network, all this can be done with the ease of punching a few buttons, some things are simple.
To access the mediacom home network manager, you can visit home Wi-Fi Mediacom Cable.com and sign into your control panel with your mediacom ID, you can still log in to the mediacom home network manager to monitor your network and change settings on the fly even if you are not at home.
While we’re in the mood for sharing, let’s take you on a little tour so you can get comfortable. My network is our first stop, you can see how many LAN devices are known to your local network and how many are online, you can log in and you’ll see a complete list of devices connected to your network on the right-hand side of the screen.
My wireless network is the place to manage your wireless network settings, you can easily enable or disable your wireless and modify your wireless settings, if you want to change your Wi-Fi password, you can change the wireless broadcast channel, you can enable or disable the broadcasting of your Wi-Fi network, this is the place.
Let’s move along to the Advanced section, there’s where you can manage port forwards, this feature gives you the power to remotely configure port forward settings for specific land devices, that’s the thing usually necessary to play online games or deployed VOIP services behind an enabled gateway.
You should never feel fear of change especially when it comes to your passwords. When you enable wireless service on your modem, you can also set up your security options, let’s take it step by step.
Step 1, you need to log into the home network manager. Step 2, you need to click on the wireless link under basic services, this will open up the wireless summary pane on the right side of the screen. Step 3, you need to click the enabled checkbox, when checked, wireless networking will be enabled after saving the configuration in a later step.
Step 4, you need to click the broadcast checkbox, when this box is checked, your network name and security status will be broadcast to any computer within reach. Step 5, you need to type in the network name that you’d like to use in the network name field, it’s always a good idea to pick something meaningful to you so it’s easier for you and any visitor to find the right network.
Step 6, to change the channel on which the radio broadcasts its signal, you can choose a channel numbered from 1 to 11 by clicking the drop-down arrow, the default security channel value is Auto. This is useful if the wireless modems radio is interfering with other wireless devices in your environment, but unless there are other wireless devices using the same channel, the security channel should be set to auto.
Step 7, you can use the arrows to select a security type, we suggest wpa2, you have an option of using an automatically generated security key or using your own unique password, it is highly recommended that you never select the none option as it leaves your network wide open to any fraudulent activity which you will be responsible for and that’s no fun for anybody.
Step 8, you can click the OK button. Step 9, you need to click the Save button, you have to click the Save button in order to save the changes to your modem or the changes will be lost when you navigate away from the page. You can log out from the home network manager, the password has changed.