On the IPSec page you can create IPSec tunnels.
On the Quality of Service page the priority of each traffic type is specified for the wired connection.
In the Certificate folder you can specify your electronic network certificate policy.
The router’s wireless interface settings can be found in the Wireless folder.
You can specify all the parameters of the wireless module here, from the SSID, number of active channel and encryption to QoS and parameters of the connection channel itself.
On the Diagnostics page you can run a general test of the ADSL connection quality.
And finally, the Management folder contains all settings pertaining to the router itself.
Here you can make a backup copy of the router’s settings, load a backup copy, set up authorized access to the router, update its firmware, reset it, etc. You can also configure and view the device’s system log here.
That’s all about the router’s settings. As you can see, it has taken long to describe them even very briefly. For the user not to get confused in all this abundance of options, a logical and well-organized interface is needed, but you don’t find one in this router. Hopefully, ASUS will work to improve it. We are now going to test the AM604g in action.