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  • What security measures does JOYUSING recommend for its network products?

    To help deter unauthorized access to your product over a network, you should protect your network environment using appropriate security measures.

    Security measures such as these can help deter threats such as loss of user data, use of telephone and fax lines, and other intrusions:

      • Enable security on your wireless LAN if your product supports a wireless connection

        Enable the appropriate security on the wireless LAN you plan to use with your product. Network security such as a network password can deter interception of traffic over the wireless LAN. Your router may already have a default password enabled by your Internet service provider (ISP). See your ISP and router documentation for instructions on how to change the default password and better secure your network.

      • Connect your product only to a network protected by a firewall

        Connecting your product directly to the Internet may leave it vulnerable to security threats. Instead, connect it to a router or other network connection protected by a firewall. Your router may already have a firewall set up by your Internet service provider; check with your ISP for confirmation. For best results, set up and use a private IP address for your network connection.

      • Change the default administrator password on your product

        If your product has an option to set an administrator password, change the default administrator password to deter access by unauthorized users to personal data stored on your product, such as IDs, passwords, and contact lists.

  • How do I find my SSID and network password?

    In most cases, the software installer will automatically set up your wireless connection, so you don't need to know your SSID and password. However, if it cannot determine your SSID or password, you will be prompted to set up your wireless connection manually.

    Check your router documentation for this information. Most routers have a default SSID and password that can be modified once the router is set up.

    Note: The SSID is the name of the wireless network that is set up on your router or access point.

    If you don't know this information, you'll need to contact the manufacturer of your router or the person who set up your network.

  • Where can I find the IP address of my router?

    Most wireless routers have a default IP address that can usually be found in the router's documentation.

    For more support on your router, contact the manufacturer of your router.

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