Settings of the Wi-Fi module



In users guides to electronic books often do not give sufficient attention to options of parametres of a network of wireless access Wi-Fi. As a result at connection of the e-book reader to Wi-Fi the list of networks is visible, but to be connected to the necessary network is not possible.

Many e-book readers have an incomplete set of options Wi-Fi of connection. Therefore it is necessary to select parametres of adjustment of a network not only on the e-book reader, but also on Wi-Fi a router for maintenance of their teamwork. We will consider a concrete example - we will establish the protected network connection between electronic book Pocketbook 360 plus and Wi-Fi router ASUS wl-500g.

AMAZON KINDLE, SONY PRS T1, POCKETBOOK611, ONYX BOOK wi-fi connections

At first we configure a router. Starting from the computer of the Internet browser on the console of management of a router (by default the router address: 192.168.1.1 , a name: admin , the password: admin. We Search for the point which is responsible for wireless connections - "Wireless Interface" and we come into it. Here it is necessary to change following parametres:

Now we configuring the e-book reader:

Now it is possible to check up network connection.

On other models of a router and the electronic book probably it is necessary to enter other parametres of connection, but now you represent, as it to do.



Wi-Fi from your smartphone


If you're far from the nearest point of Wi-Fi, and you just need to download the new book, you can use your mobile phone with Android operating system as a Wi-Fi router. We show how to do it on the basis of series phones Samsung Galaxy, but almost any Android - smartphone can be used as an access point of Wi-Fi. Note that the menu names and their location in different smartphone models are different.

Settings Wi-Fi from phone to e-book

First, set up your phone. Go to the menu "Settings", then "Wireless Networks", tab, then "Tethering and portable hotspot", then "Configure portable Wi-Fi hotspot". You don’t need to change CCID field network, security set "WPA2 PSK", , in the "Password" invent, remember and enter the password. Now you need to go to the previous menu and put a tick in "Portable access point". Phone remembers your network and will include data transmission mode of the mobile network 3G (or GPRS) in Wi-Fi.

Now set up the e-book reader:

  • Connection name - enter here any name for the connection, which we want to see when you are online.
  • Network name - choose here the connection name specified in our smartphone.
  • Security - data encryption method. Set the value of WPA/WPA2 PSK. .
  • Access key - the key of network. This code word, which we introduced in the field "Password" number.

Check the created connection.

If the Wi-Fi router does not provide reliable connection in all rooms of the apartment, the situation can be corrected using additional antenna.





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