Can I turn off wifi on a timer?

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Can I turn off wifi on a timer?

My question is can i turn off my WIFI from say 11pm to 7am without interrupting ethernet lines?
I have the CGN2-ROG modem 

I've searched but with no luck maybe someone could point me to a post (or if it's even possible)

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re: Can I turn off wifi on a timer?

As on a scheduled timer? No Smiley Sad

Those sort of features, are usualy only available on the better quality 3rd party routers... which you CAN do a setup with the rogers gateways.

 

The only other SIMPLE way, would be to manually log in each night/morning, and turn it on/off (but that is a pain)



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Re: Can I turn off wifi on a timer?

How do I manually sign in and turn it off?
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Re: Can I turn off wifi on a timer?

You would log into your modem as you would for any other settings, etc.

 

It may vary based on what modem you have. 
Go into a web browser, and try to go to either

 

192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1

 

This should take you to the modem login page.
user name should be

 

cusadmin

 

And most likely the password to log into it will be the same as your wifi password.


You would then need to go to the wireless section, and then could disable there.



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