This link leads to the Admin
Access window where you can add users to and remove them from
the system and assign user capabilities.
Displays the username of the active user.
Specifies whether the user has read-only capabilities.
Specifies whether the user has read/write capabilities.
This link leads to the SSID
Manager window where you can specify authentication methods
and define VLANs.
Specifies the unique identifier the client devices
use to associate with the access point.
Specifies the VLANs that are currently assigned.
Specifies which radio is being used.
Specifies the BSSID/Guest mode attached to this
Specifies the method of authentication being used.
Open enables any device to authenticate and then attempt
to communicate with the access point. Shared sends an unencrypted
challenge string to any device attempting to communicate with the
access point. Network EAP uses EAP to interact with an EAP-compatible
server on your network to provide authentication for wireless client
Click Radio0-802.11b Encryption Settings, Radio1-802.11a
Encryption Settings, or Radio0-802.11g Encryption Settings
to go to the WEP Key
Manager/Encryption Manager window.
Indicates whether clients should use data encryption
when communicating with the device. The options are none, WEP encryption,
or cipher. The remaining columns that do not apply based on your
encryption mode choice are unavailable.
Specifies whether MIC is enabled. WEP encryption
must be set to Mandatory for MIC to be enabled.
Specifies whether per packet keying is enabled.
With WEP key rotation enabled, the access point provides a dynamic
broadcast WEP key and changes it at the interval you specify.
Specifies whether Cipher-TKIP is enabled.
Specifies whether Cipher-WEP40BIT is enabled.
Specifies whether Cipher-WEP128BIT is enabled.
Specifies whether Cipher-CKIP is enabled.
Specifies whether Cipher-CMIC is enabled.
Displays at which frequency the broadcast key is
This link leads to the Server
Manager page where you identify the remote servers to be used
Server Name/IP Address
Specifies the name or IP address of the server.
Specifies the type of server.
EAP/MAC/Proxy Mobile IP/Admin/Accounting
Specifies what the server will be used for.