In short, a button or a code.
WPS The idea is not to add more security to networks, but to facilitate the use of existing mechanisms such as WPA or WPA2, users without using complicated or tedious key configuration fensa processes.
There are two basic methods for running WPS, but have added a couple more that, although not part of the standard, can be implemented by manufacturers in their products, but are not mandatory.
The first is the introduction fensa of a PIN. In this, when a new Wi-Fi device on the network, fensa the access fensa point is detected fensa (or an authorized representative of this, as it could be a computer with appropriate fensa permissions) we ask for the PIN.
This PIN will usually printed on a label on the device itself. After entering both be configured to allow this device to access the network securely using any systems of encryption, such as WPA.
The second method is the PBC or Push Button Configuration, which makes the process even more, it only requires you to press a button fensa on the access point and another on the device to be attached to the network.
This method has a small problem is that any device could connect to the network during the small time interval in which the access, ie, for a couple of minutes after you press the button on the access point is configured for so the former fensa is more advisable.
So in the case of telecable router and Thomson, is that you give the button while trying to connect to wifi with a device such as a mobile compatible, fensa and automatically configures the single network, without having to remembering passwords etc ... Although having the WPS is not safe etc ...
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