Buffalo Technology AirStation WBR2-G54 User Manual

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Packet Traf-

fi c Informa-

tion

Advanced Settings

Packet Traffi c

Information

Displays number of packets sent and received for:

Wired WAN

Wired LAN

Wireless LAN

Click Refresh to start update the transfer packet log.

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Advanced Settings

Client

Monitor

Screen

Clients that have static IP addresses will not appear in the Client

Client Monitor

Displays the wired and wireless clients (computers) that are accessing the AirStation.

MAC address - Shows the client’s MAC address.

Leased IP address - Shows the IP address that is assigned to the client from the DHCP server.

The network medium is indicated as wireless or wired depending on how the client is accessing the AirStation.

Note: The Client Monitor only shows clients that have received an IP address from the AirStation’s DHCP server.

Monitor.

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Advanced Settings

PING Test

Performs a PING test from the AirStation to a LAN or WAN address.

PING Test

Enter the target IP address and

click OK(e.g. 192.168.11.2

 

 

- OR- www.buffalotech.com)

 

If the test results in an error,

 

then verify you correctly

 

inputted the address and

 

check your connections.

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Advanced Settings

Log

Log Information

Information

Display log info level - Select

Screen

 

Error and/orNotify to spec-

 

ify the types of reports to be

 

logged by the AirStation.

 

Display log info - Select the

 

specifi c reports to be logged.

 

Log information - Displays

 

recorded logs.

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Advanced Settings

Syslog

Syslog Transfer

Transmitting

 

Screen

Select Useor Do not use

 

 

to enable or disable the

 

AirStation’s ability to transmit

 

information to a Syslog server.

 

Syslog Server - Enter the IP

 

address of the Syslog server.

 

Log Information Level

 

- Select Error and/orNotice to

 

specify the types of reports to

 

be sent to the Syslog server.

 

Log Information- Select the

 

specifi c reports to be sent to

 

the Syslog server.

 

Note: A server on the net-

 

work running a Syslog service

 

is required for this.

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Advanced Settings

Save/

Save/Restore Settings

Restore

 

Settings

Save current settings - Click

Screen

Save to open the fi le saving

 

 

dialog and save the current

 

AirStation settings to a fi le.

 

Restored saved settings

 

- Restores settings from a fi le

 

that has been saved. Click

 

Choose fi le to select the saved

 

fi le and click Restore.

 

Note: If the setting fi le is

 

saved by a newer fi rmware than

 

the current one, the AirStation

 

can’t restore the settings.

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Advanced Settings

Initialization/

Reboot/Reload Defaults

Reboot

 

 

Click Restart to reboot

 

AirStation

 

Click Restore to reset the

 

AirStation to default factory

 

settings.

 

Note: Resetting to default

 

factory settings will erase

 

all settings and passwords

 

previously entered. The

 

AirStation will return to the

 

condition it was in when fi rst

 

purchased.

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Firmware

Update

Advanced Settings

Firmware Update

Firmware fi le name

- Click Browse to browse to the path and fi lename for the new fi rmware. Click Firmware Update to load fi rmware to the AirStation.

Note: Firmware update does not erase current user settings.

Please visit the Buffalo Technology Web Page to download the latest fi rmwares free of charge.

http://www.buffalotech.

com/wireless

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Advanced Settings

AOSS

AOSS

 

Client Table - Displays the

 

clients connected via AOSS. The

 

‘Disconnect’ button disconnects

 

the client from the AOSS router

 

by using MAC Address filtering.

 

Once disconnected, the client will

 

still appear in the client list but

 

will appear as disconnected. The

 

client can then be re-enabledby

 

pressing the ‘Re-Enable’but-

 

ton. A separate table exists for

 

connected Ethernet Convertors.

 

The ‘Refresh’ button updates the

 

tables.

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Advanced Settings

AOSS

Manually specify the encryp-

 

tion type - This forces AOSS to

 

use a specifi ed type of encryp-

 

tion. It is recommended to not

 

change this setting. If the setting

 

is changed then every client that

 

connects must have support for

 

that encryption type.

 

AOSS Function - Click Enable

 

to allow the AirStation to use

 

AOSS function. Click Disable

 

to shut off the AOSS system.

 

Clicking Disable will disable the

 

AOSS button on the AirStation.

Start AOSS Process- Click AOSS icon to begin the AOSS sequence. This starts the AOSS process just like pressing the AOSS button.

Stop AOSS Process- Click AOSS icon to stop AOSS operation. Stopping the AOSS function will turn off AOSS and return the router tonon-AOSSfunction.

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