Before you can enable guest WiFi, you must first set up the guest network on your router. You can find the IP address of your physical router on the side or bottom of your device. To set it up, go to your internet service provider’s website or go to your router’s settings. There, you should select “guest” as the username and enter “admin” as the password. You can also set up traffic rules based on the number of devices connected to your network.

Guest WiFi Setup – How to Set Up a Guest WiFi Network

To enable setup guest wifi, navigate to the settings of your router and enter the name of the network you want to create. You should also set a password for this network. This password is usually different from the main network password. The password should be easy to remember for your guests, but difficult for your neighbors to guess. Make sure you choose a strong password to prevent your guests from accessing your network without your permission. You can choose to disable Wi-Fi for your guests.

Afterward, you need to configure the guest network. If you want to use the network for guests, you should choose a name or SSID that is easily recognizable. It should also restrict access to storage and files on your network. The guest network must be protected by WPA/WPA2-PSK encryption. The password should be strong and not easily guessable. The password should be easy to remember and pass along to your guests.