Vodafone Connect router

Vodafone Connect router

Change wireless channel - Vodafone Connect router

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If there are many Wi-Fi hotspots in the vicinity of your router using the same wireless channel, this may interrupt your Wi-Fi hotspot. It may help changing the channel. Remember, you need to establish a connection to the router web interface.

Step 1 of 12

Find "Advanced Wi-Fi"

Click Advanced.

Step 2 of 12

Find "Advanced Wi-Fi"

Click Advanced Wi-Fi.

Step 3 of 12

Change wireless channel automatically

To select automatic setting for the 2.4 GHz frequency band:

If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Step 4 of 12

Change wireless channel automatically

Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight Auto.

If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Step 5 of 12

Change wireless channel automatically

To select automatic setting for the 5 GHz frequency band:

If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Step 6 of 12

Change wireless channel automatically

Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight Auto.

If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Step 7 of 12

Change wireless channel automatically

Click Apply.

If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Step 8 of 12

Change wireless channel manually

To change wireless channel for the 2.4 GHz frequency band:

If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Step 9 of 12

Change wireless channel manually

Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight the required channel.

If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Step 10 of 12

Change wireless channel manually

To change wireless channel for the 5 GHz frequency band:

If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Step 11 of 12

Change wireless channel manually

Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight the required channel.

If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Step 12 of 12

Change wireless channel manually

Click Apply.

If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.

1. Find "Advanced Wi-Fi"

Click Advanced.
Click Advanced Wi-Fi.

2. Change wireless channel automatically

To select automatic setting for the 2.4 GHz frequency band:
If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight Auto.
If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
To select automatic setting for the 5 GHz frequency band:
If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight Auto.
If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.
Click Apply.
If you allow your router to change wireless channel automatically, it will occasionally analyse which channel to use in order to deliver the strongest possible Wi-Fi signal without being interrupted by other nearby Wi-Fi hotspots.

3. Change wireless channel manually

To change wireless channel for the 2.4 GHz frequency band:
If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight the required channel.
If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
To change wireless channel for the 5 GHz frequency band:
If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Click the drop down list next to "Channel" and highlight the required channel.
If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.
Click Apply.
If you still experience an unstable wireless connection to your Wi-Fi hotspot, try optimising the Wi-Fi signal.