4. Select Advanced Setup > IP Settings.
The previous figure shows that the access point’s DHCP client is enabled.
5. Configure the IP settings by taking one of the following actions:
Disable the DHCP client and configure a static IP address by doing the following:
a. Select the Use fixed IP Address (not recommended) radio button.
b. Enter the IP address information that you collected in the IP Address, IP Subnet Mask, Gateway
IP Address, Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS fields.
Enable the DHCP client by selecting the Get dynamically from existing router radio button.
6. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved and the access point restarts. After the access point becomes available again,
to log in to the access point web management interface, you must use either the static IP address that
you configured or the IP address that your router or DHCP server in the network assigned to the access
You can determine that IP address either by accessing the router or DHCP server or by using an IP
network scanner. (Free IP address scanner utilities are available online.)
View Devices Currently on the Network
You can view the active wired and WiFi devices in both the network to which the access point is connected
and the access point network. If you do not recognize a WiFi device, it might be an intruder.
To display the attached wired and WiFi devices:
1. Open a web browser from a computer that is connected to the same network as the access point or to
the access point directly through an Ethernet cable or WiFi connection.
2. Enter the IP address that is assigned to the access point.
A login window opens.
Manage the Access Point and Monitor the Traffic
802.11ac Wireless Access Point Model WAC104
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