@ -16,6 +16,7 @@ We hope you enjoy using RaspAP as much as we do creating it. Tell us how you use
- [Quick installer](#quick-installer)
- [Ad Blocking](#ad-blocking)
- [Bridged AP](#bridged-ap)
- [Simultaneous AP and Wifi client](#simultaneous-ap-and-wifi-client)
- [Support us](#support-us)
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**Note:** As the name suggests, the Quick Installer is a great way to quickly setup a new AP. However, it does not automagically detect the unique configuration of your RPi. Best results are obtained by connecting an RPi to ethernet (`eth0`) or as a WiFi client, also known as managed mode, with `wlan0`. For the latter, refer to [this FAQ](https://github.com/billz/raspap-webgui/wiki/FAQs#how-do-i-prepare-the-sd-card-to-connect-to-wifi-in-headless-mode). Please [read this](https://github.com/billz/raspap-webgui/wiki/Reporting-issues) before reporting an issue.
## Ad Blocking
This feature is currently in beta. We encourage testing and feedback from users of RaspAP. To enable ad blocking, simply use the installer to (re)install RaspAP using the `--adblock` option:
Details are [provided here](https://github.com/billz/raspap-webgui/wiki/Ad-blocking-(Beta)).
## Bridged AP
By default RaspAP configures a routed AP for your clients to connect to. A bridged AP configuration is also possible. Slide the **Bridged AP mode** toggle under the **Advanced** tab of **Configure hotspot**, then save and restart the hotspot.