This is the WLANSettings screen from the Huawei B593 Zain router.
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Huawei B593 Zain Router 4G LTE V100R001C186SP065 Status Setup Wizard General Settings Security Settings NAT Settings USB Management System Logout SIM Settings Internet Settings DHCP Settings WLAN Settings WLAN WPS WLAN Multi-SSID WLAN Access Restrictions Internet MTU Routing General Settings -> WLAN Settings WLAN Settings WLAN indicates the Wi-Fi network. It provides Internet services for Wi-Fi devices. You can enable or disable Wi-Fi services. Note: When WLAN parameters need to be modified, the Wi-Fi hardware must be reinitialized. This interrupts the WLAN for about 30 seconds. General Settings WLAN: Enable Mode: 802.11b/g/n Country/Region: Kuwait Channel: Auto Current: 6 802.11n bandwidth: 20 MHz Rate: Auto Transmit power: 90% (recommended) QoS: Enable Interface Profile SSID: (1-32 ASCII characters) Maximum number of connected devices: 32 (1-32) Hide SSID broadcast: Enable AP isolation: Enable Security: WPA-PSK+WPA2-PSK (8-63 ASCII characters or 8-64 hex characters) WPA encryption: TKIP+AES General Settings Indicates the settings of common control parameters of WLAN ports. After WLAN is enabled, the preset configuration takes effect. WLAN: Wi-Fi configurations and functions are available only after WLAN is enabled. Interface Profile Indicates the settings of common WLAN ports. SSID: indicates the WLAN port. It should be easy to remember. Hide SSID broadcast: after it is enabled, WLAN ports are not be scanned. However, you must enter the SSID manually when a Wi-Fi device accesses the network. AP isolation: after it is enabled, Wi-Fi devices in the WLAN cannot communicate with each other.