From the client device list, tap the device you wish to view. At top of the screen, you see the name of your client device.
Which Nokia WiFi device your client device is connected to.
The type of connection between your client and the Nokia WiFi device; options include Wireless 5 GHz, Wireless 2.4 GHz, and Wired
Set to Automatic by default, this value reflects how your Nokia WiFi devices select the band (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) that gives your device the best possible connection.
TX Rate and RX Rate
This is presented from the Beacon's point of view and reports the client device's connection speed to its connected Beacon in Megabytes per second (Mbps).
TX = transmission speed from Beacon to device
RX = receive speed from device to Beacon
Internet Control a device's ability to access the Internet; enabled by default. When disabled, you prevent that device from accessing the internet.
Note You cannot disable this option for the device that is running your instance of the Nokia WiFi app, as shown to the right.
Alert Me of Issues
Receive alerts if client device marked as a critical device loses connectivity.
Client Device Details
- MAC Address
- IP Address (as assigned by your Nokia WiFi network)
See more information on how these alerts work -
Change a client device's name
- From the client device details view, tap the edit icon
- You see the Edit Device Name screen
The name shown is what you see when looking at the list of client devices in the app. It is retrieved by default from the client device, as specified in its Settings menu.
To edit the client device's name:
- Tap the Device Name text field
- Using 1–64 alphanumeric characters—the first and last characters cannot be spaces—enter a new client device name
- Tap Save
You return to the client device details screen and see an updated client device name.