You'd need to tell it some more stuff as well - like the ip address of your ISP's servers, your username & password. Then you need to tell it whether your want to broadcast the SSID - not usually advised, but necessary sometimes.
Then there's advanced options, these can be hidden from frail types such as yourself, like NAT settings and whther you want to only allow access to certain MACs, oh then there's port forwarding, again this isn't always used, but it's very handy if you have internet accessible security cameras.
In short the settings are there for a reason, perhaps they could be better explained, my router has no manual or help file, so it was an absolute nightmare to set up. Perhaps in most cases they could be preconfigured by the ISP so you just have to setup your PC to access the router, but then again the ISP's margins are low enough already without adding extra costs on their end which most customers are not willing the bare.