Enable Smart Wi-Fi on your Advanced Wi-Fi modem
Learn more about Wi-Fi that optimizes itself
Until now, you’d have to manually switch between 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies to get the best out of your network and your modem. But
TELUS Smart Wi-Fi technology
does all this for you, so you never have to lift a finger.
TELUS Smart Wi-Fi
, you will no longer see your individual 2.4G or 5G networks, as they will now appear as one consolidated network. Your dual networks will still be working, but TELUS Smart Wi-Fi technology allows your modem to automatically switch your devices between the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies. This feature provides the optimum frequency for each device at any given time.
In order to upgrade to Smart Wi-Fi, you must first confirm that you have an Advanced Wi-Fi modem. If the sticker on your modem says "TELUS Wi-Fi Modem - T3200M," then you are ready to enable Smart Wi-Fi.
The easiest way to enable Smart Wi-Fi is by resetting your Advanced Wi-Fi modem. Learn how to
reset your device
: Resetting your modem will revert your customized network name and password to the default network name and password on the device label.
If you are unable to reset your Advanced Wi-Fi modem or wish to maintain the custom settings, please use the Modem User interface Method detailed below:
Modem User Interface Method
Open up a browser from the device
In the Address bar type
. This should take you to the home screen of the Advanced Wi-Fi modem
In the upper right hand corner there will be an option to “Log in to make changes to the modem's settings”
Enter your Admin username and password. If you do not have a username and password, use the default credentials on the black label located near the base of the modem. If those do not work, please use the reset method
Once logged in, click on the
icon near the top of the page
In the menu on the left side of the screen, click
In the main screen select
then click on the
button to save changes
To change your Network name (SSID), click on
in the left menu
Under "SSID name," type in the name you want to see broadcast as your home network
Under “Security Key Type” select
Use Custom Key/Passphrase
. In the space below type in what you want your wireless password to be
At the bottom, select
to save changes
You may now connect wireless devices to your custom network name using the password you set above