Buffalo WAPS-AG300H, WAPS-APG600H Wireless Access Point User Manual

AirStation Pro 802.11n Gigabit Concurrent Dual Band PoE Wireless Access Point is a versatile wireless solution offering concurrent dual band 802.11n operation and gigabit Ethernet for high performance networking. Multiple SSID support with VLAN tagging offers easy network segmentation and added security while PoE offers easy setup and placement. AirStation Pro 802.11n AP is ideal for business and professional deployments, offering robust and secure wireless networks with the convenience of PoE.

Chapter 1 – Product Overview

Package Contents
Hardware Overview – Front Panel LEDs, Back Panel

Chapter 2 – Placing Your AirStation

Antenna Placement
Installation – Connecting to PoE Equipment, Connecting the AC Adapter
Mounting the AirStation on a Ceiling or Wall
Mounting the Security Case
Removing the AirStation
Initial Setup – Setting the AirStation’s IP Address, Settings, Wireless & Encryption, Changing the Password

Chapter 3 – Configuration

LAN Settings – LAN-side IP Address, LAN Port, VLAN
Network – Proxy ARP, Bridge
Wireless Settings – AOSS, WPS, Basic, Advanced, Security, Clients, WDS, RADIUS, MAC Filtering, WMM, Wireless Monitor, EZ Analyzer
Administration – Username and Password, Date and Time, Transfer Logs to Syslog Server, Admin Tools, Save/Restore Settings, Restart, Initialize, Update Firmware, LED Settings
Diagnostic – System Information, Packet Information, CPU Monitor, I am Here, Ping Test, Traceroute Test, USB, Log

Chapter 4 – Connect to a Wireless Network

Automatic Secure Setup (AOSS/WPS) – Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista (Client Manager V), Windows XP (Client Manager 3), OS X (AOSS Assistant)
Manual Setup – Windows 8.1/Windows 8 (WLAN AutoConfig), Windows 7 (WLAN AutoConfig), Windows Vista (WLAN AutoConfig), Windows XP (Wireless Zero Configuration), OS X(Wi-Fi)

Chapter 5 – Checking Wireless Signal Quality

Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista

Chapter 6 – Default Configuration Settings

Appendix A – Specifications

Appendix B – TCP/IP Settings

Windows 8.1/Windows 8
Windows 7
Windows Vista
Windows XP

Appendix C – Restoring the Default Configuration

Appendix D – Regulatory Compliance Information

Appendix E – Environmental Information

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