Teradek User Guide


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Wave allows you to connect and stream to the Internet by utilizing one of several network interfaces. Tap the Shortcut tab or swipe right, then select System Settings (Settings>Network from the web UI), then make a selection.

SSL/TLS ENCRYPTION (WEB UI ONLY) - Enable or disable SSL/TLS encryption SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are encryption protocols used to protect the confidentiality and integrity of any data transmitted over the Internet.

WIRED - A wired Ethernet connection is typically the most reliable means for connecting to a network, as you don’t have to deal with the instability of a Wi-Fi or cellular connection. There are two configuration modes available:

  • Dynamic (DHCP): When set to DHCP, Wave will request an IP address and network
           configuration from the network’s DHCP server.
  • Static: When set to Static, you will need to manually configure the IP address,
           subnet mask, gateway, and DNS server to connect to the network.

WIRELESS (WiFi) - Although an Ethernet connection is the most reliable method of connecting to a network, a Wi-Fi connection may be more convenient, especially if an Ethernet connection is unavailable. There are two configuration modes available:

  • Access Point (AP) Mode: Wave acts as its own dual band access point, allowing you
           to connect your device directly to Wave’s AP network.   
  • Client Mode: Wave and your mobile device connect to the same local wireless
           network. Access Client Mode, scan for available networks or connect to a previously
           saved network, then enter your credentials.

MODEM (1/2) -  A USB modem allows you to broadcast wherever a cell connection is available. Wave automatically detects and supports many modems using  Auto mode. Custom mode allows you to manually configure a modem if it’s not automatically detected.

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