Authorized APs on RV180 and RV180W
Authorized AP shows the list of access points which are approved by the administrator. This article explains the fields which show up in an Authorized AP table and how to add them.
Step 1. Use the Configuration Utility to choose Wireless > Authorized AP. The Authorized AP page opens. It has the Authorized AP Table which has the fields explained below.
Step 2. Click Add to add a new Authorized AP to the Authorized AP Table. The Authorized AP Configuration page opens:
• MAC Address — MAC address of the Authorized AP.
• SSID — SSID of the Authorized AP.
• Security — Security mode of the AP. The Security modes can be: Open, WEP, WPA, WPA2, or both WPA and WPA2.
• Encryption — Encryption which is used by the Authorized AP. The Encryption types can be: AES, TKIP or NONE.
• Authentication — Authentication method which is supported by the Authorized AP. The Authentication methods are: PSK, RADIUS, or both PSK and RADIUS.
• Network Mode — Network Mode which is supported by the Authorized AP. The Network modes are: B only, B/G-Mixed, G-only, B/G/N-Mixed, or N/G Mixed.
• Channel — Operating frequency channel of the Authorized AP.
Step 3. Check the box at the first column header of the Authorized AP table to Add, Delete or Edit the Authorized APs.
• Add — Opens the Authorized AP Configuration page to add a new Authorized AP.
• Edit — Opens the Authorized AP Configuration page to edit the settings for the selected AP.
• Delete — Deletes the selected Access point.