JAHT Router Setup: JAHT is a prime router brand in the region of the United States and widely popular in the similar neighboring European countries for its efficient bandwidth usage and speed performance products. Their key features have been the wireless side run broadband connection with at least 54Mbps with an 802.11g standard, while also having the compatible version of the 802.11b hardware. They come with other features such as dual gain bandwidth and a whole set of the different wireless mixture making it way much easier to use the ethernet facility.
They have one of the most popular products with the name WAM-4054P which uses ADL and VPI technology. All the other products are based on the same router model as well, that is why we will be showing you how to configure this.
How to Configure JAHT Router – JAHT Router Setup Guide
JAHT is not a new brand and that is one of the reasons why they use an old interface in order to configure their routers.
- Step 1: First you will open your browser from either laptop or computer, then go to the address bar and then type the IP address 10.0.0.2 and then click on the go or enter button
- Step 2: After that you will see that a login popup on the same window will appear which will ask you now to enter the username and the password. Enter the username as admin and the password as epcirouter, then click on the login button to continue loading the web configuration panel.
- Step 3: Now you have the access to the admin panel through which you will be able to make the wireless configuration that needs to be setup. Go to the WAN option from the left side and then make the changes as shown in the below instructions.
- Bridge: Select “Disabled” option here
- Virtual Circuit: Select “Enabled”option here
- IGMP: Select “Disabled” option here
- Encryption: Select “PPPoA VC+Max” option here
- Under the ATM settings, do not make any changes and leave it as it is
- DHCP Client: Select the “Disabled” option from here and the Host Name as “UK” or country preference
- MAC Spoofing: Select the “Disabled” option here and then do not make any changes under the “Static IP Settings” as well
- Other options should be left as they are and then click on the submit button.
- Step 4: Now go to the “Wireless” option from the left sidebar and then here make the necessary changes as shown below.
- SSID: Here, enter your router name
- Channel: Enter “1” here
- Security: Select “Disable Encryption” option here
- Key Length: Select “18 bit” option here
- Auth Type: Select “Open System”
- Passphrase: Enter your password here
- Key 0: Select this option
- Secret AP: Select “Disable” option here and then click on the Submit button to make the changes happen.
- Step 5: Now go to the “WLAN Security” and make the changes as per below settings
- WPA Mode: Select ‘Disable” option here
- Network Authentication: Select “WPA Pre-Shared Key” option here
- Data Encryption: Select “TKIP”
- WPA Pre-Shared Key: Enter your router password here
- WPA Group Rekey Interval: Enter “0” here
Do not make any changes to the other options and leave as they are, then click on the submit button finally.