Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is a standard for easy and secure wireless network set up and connections. With WPS, the user simply activates the AP and the client device, then either enters the PIN provided by the manufacturer of the AP (PIN configuration) or pushes buttons on the AP and client device(s) (PBC configuration) to initiate the secure set-up. The user is no longer involved in setting a passphrase; the security codes are activated and communicated automatically. Huawei E5830 router has a WPS button for users, below I will show you how to establish a WPS connection with this 3G router.
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Huawei E5830 is the most popular MiFi modem in the market. The High-end design and high performance specification make it the perfect choice for 3G mobile router. By default, the management parameters are preset on the E5 according to the requirements of the service provider. You can follow the steps below to quickly access the Internet via Wi-Fi connection (take Windows XP for example).
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Here are the steps to show you how to access the web management page of E5830. If you don’t know how to do it, please read the below steps.
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Huawei has released 3 WiFi routers E583c, E585, and E5830 with similar functions. Confused? You should! The model naming is a bit weird, you maybe cannot figure out which one you should choose. In fact, there are some differences between then, E583c is newer than E585, and E585 is newer than E5830. Just continue reading below to get more differences. Continue reading “What are the Differences Between E583c, E585, and E5830” »