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Step 3: Configuring your home network security
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Steps to install a Verizon One wireless home network

Security is an important issue when using a wireless home network. Because radio waves are used to transfer information between your networked computers, it's possible for hackers to intercept this information. You can make it much more difficult to access your personal information by taking advantage of the security features built into your Verizon One device.

Take a few minutes now to improve the security of your home network by changing the initial settings of your Verizon One device to provide the level of protection you need. Confirm that an SSID has been assigned to your network and that WEP or WPA encryption has been enabled during initial network installation. After initial installation, maintain the security of your home network by regularly changing the wireless security settings.

  1. Configuring your wireless network settings

  2. Configuring your network security settings

  3. Configuring your firewall settings

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