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Posted 25 May 2013 - 22:53
why didn't you say that was the problem? there's a much easier solution than actually timing the wifi: just tell her it's timed.
Thanks MDboyz, that solved it! my wife will be very happy; thinks WiFi waves affects sleep. I disagree, but must keep her happy!
Posted 25 May 2013 - 23:28
I have a Asus RT-N56U with latest F/W, 126.96.36.199.360. This router does NOT appear to support DD-WRT.
I would like the ability to turn off the WiFi element of the router nightly by way of software within the router. I have tried to do so physically with a mechanical timer, but it just mucks up the network and I have to reset cable modem, etc. when I do.
I don't see any setting to turn off WiFi broadcast during certain hours in the F/W, but that's not to say it's not there.
Can anyone tell me the following:
1. Is timed broadcast of WiFi possible within this router's software? If not,
2. Is there a 3rd party router software that will do so, and if not #1 or #2,
3. Is there a "N" router that has this function built in?
Thanks for any response,