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Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 - Wireless Settings page

The Wi-Fi SSIDs page of your Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 allows you to configure advance settings for each SSID. 

How to access the Wireless Settings Page 

Follow these steps to access the Wireless Settings page.
Step 1:
Access the Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0.  For instructions, click here.

Step 2:
Select an organization and on the Networks page, select a network.

Step 3:
Click the Wi-Fi SSIDs tab at the top. 

Step 4:
In the Wi-Fi SSIDs page, select an SSID to configure and click on its Settings button.


In the General settings section, you can update the SSID name and password, disable broadcasting or permanently delete the SSID.

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Through this page, a specific SSID can be configured to be broadcasted by several access points.  Choose the access points to broadcast the SSID then click Save.

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Captive Portal

Through this page, you can create or configure the captive portal settings for the SSID.  By default, this feature is disabled.

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Bandwidth Limit
SSIDs can be set to have bandwidth limits.  By default, this feature is disabled.  Toggle the sliding switch to the right to enable it, then use the slider to set the bandwidth then click Save.

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If you want to set the bandwidth limit in kbps, click on Advanced.  On the page that opens, you can also manually enter the Upload and Download speeds.  If you want to return to the previous page, click the Simple link.  Make sure to click Save.

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In this section, you can configure your SSID to use Bridge mode or NAT mode.  By default, the SSIDs are in Bridge mode. 


  • NAT Mode: use auto DHCP
Clients receive IP addresses in an isolated network.  Clients will be able to communicate with each other based on Wireless Client Isolation settings and may communicate with devices on the wired LAN based on wired LAN isolation settings.
  • Bridge Mode: make clients part of the router LAN
Access points operate transparently (no NAT or DHCP).  Clients receive DHCP leases from the LAN or use static IPs.  Use this for shared printers, file sharing, and wireless cameras.
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You can also configure VLAN Tagging.  By default, VLAN Tagging is disabled.  Toggle the sliding switch to the right of VLAN Tagging, select your preferred VLAN ID, then click Save.
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  • Wireless Client Isolation
  • ON - Prevents wireless clients from communicating to each other within the same SSID.
  • OFF - Default setting.  When Client Isolation is OFF, Clients connected to the same SSID and radio band will be able to communicate.
  • Maximum Concurrent Clients Limits the number of clients that can be connected at the same time.  Toggle the sliding switch to the right to enable it. 
  • 802.11k - Radio Resource Management - Helps devices search quickly for nearby access points that are available as roaming targets by creating an optimized list of channels.  When the signal strength of the current access point weakens, your device will scan for target access points from the list.  By default, this setting is disabled.
  • 802.11r - Fast Roaming - When your devices roam from one access point to another on the same network, 802.11r uses a feature called Fast Basic Service Set Transition to authenticate more quickly.  This feature works with both pre-shared key and 802.1x authentication methods.  By default, this setting is disabled.
  • Sticky Client Auto Disconnect - Helps enhance overall roaming behavior by disconnecting clients with a high re-transmission rate, minimizing the "sticky client" effect.  By default, this setting is ON.
  • Band Selection - Choose which wireless band will be used to connect clients (2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, or both).  By default, Dual Band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz is selected.

Related Article: 

Linksys Cloud Manager 2.0 - Wi-Fi SSIDs page

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