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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WPS is a wireless security setup protocol that the Alliance brokered as a way to get Buffalo, Intel, Atheros, Broadcom and Microsoft to stop working at cross-purposes. It is the abbreviation of Wi-Fi protected setup. It is a standard for easy and secure wireless network set up and connections. To use WPS, your product must support WPS and be compatible with WPA security. WPS can automatically set up a random network name (SSID) and strong WPA wireless security for wireless routers, access points, computers, adapters, Wi-Fi phones, and other consumer electronics devices.
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