There are two ways to configure your LinkSprinter settings. One is via the mobile UI (which has more configuration options) which this article will cover, and the second way is via the Link-Live portal. See the article Link-Live: Configure LinkSprinter Settings via Link-Live for instructions.
When enabled, it verifies a link at 1Gb. If you'd like more information on what to expect with this option, please review the article Testing a 1Gbps link.
When enabled, this will power off your LinkSprinter after 3 minutes of inactivity to help preserve battery life.
When enabled push test results to Link-Live.com. If you don't want to push results to the cloud, you can disable this option.
Select between meters and feet.
Select DHCP or static to manually set the IP address. If selecting static, you will need to know the information to enter.
The WWW/Cloud test is configurable. The test type may be either PING or a TCP port open (SYN/ACK) of a user specified port. Three test are performed and the individual response times are displayed.
TCP: The target is defaulted to google.com, port 80. The target may be an IP address or DNS name. The IP address of the DNS lookup is displayed in the test results.
Ping: If you'd rather use ping, select this option.
If you would like to change the SSID or channel that you are connecting to in order to access the mobile UI, you can make those changes here.
Configure proxy settings here. Please note that earlier versions of the LinkSprinter firmware may not have this option available. If you are missing this option, you may need to connect your LinkSprinter to a network that does not have a proxy (for example, home) to update the firmware.
Change the language from this option.
The serial number, MAC address and firmware version are available from this option.