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The MAC address of the 2.4 GHz radio. This address is also the basic service set
identifier (BSSID) of the 2.4 GHz radio. This address does not change.
Wireless MAC Address for 2.4
GHz
The MAC address of the 5 GHz radio. This address is also the BSSID of the 5
GHz radio. This address does not change.
Wireless MAC Address for 5
GHz
The country and region in which the access point is being used. For more
information, see see Manage the Basic WiFi Settings and WiFi Security of the
WiFi Network on page 21.
Region
The version of the access point firmware. If you upgrade the firmware on the
access point, the version changes. For more information, see Update the Firmware
of the Access Point on page 34.
Firmware Version
The serial number of the access point. This number does not change.Serial Number
The current date and time. For more information, see Set the Time Zone and
Adjust the Daylight Saving Time on page 17.
Current Time
The time elapsed since the access point was last restarted.
The up time ignores restarting of the web management interface, which occurs
when you save the settings for certain features. (To keep things simple, restarting
the web management interface is often referred to as restarting the access point,
but it is not the same.)
Up Time
IP Settings
The IP address settings that the access point uses. In almost all situations, these IP address settings are assigned
by your router or a DHCP server in your network.
For information about how to configure the Internet settings, see Connect and Log In to the Access Point for Initial
Configuration on page 12 or Change the IP Address Settings of the Access Point on page 40.
The IP address that the access point uses. By default, this IP address is
192.168.0.100. After the access point receives an IP address from your router or
a DHCP server in your network, or if you configure a static IP address, the IP
address is different from the default address.
IP Address
The IP subnet mask that the access point uses.Subnet Mask
The gateway through which the access point connects to the Internet.Default Gateway
The IP address of the Domain Name System (DNS) server that the access point
uses.
Domain Name Server
Indicates whether the DHCP client of the access point is enabled or disabled. By
default, the DHCP client is enabled.
DHCP Client Status
Wireless Settings (2.4GHz b/g/n)
The settings of the WiFi port for the 2.4 GHz band of the WiFi network. For information about how to configure
these settings, see Manage the Basic WiFi Settings and WiFi Security of the WiFi Network on page 21 and Control
the WiFi Radios on page 31.
Manage the Access Point and Monitor the Traffic
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802.11ac Wireless Access Point Model WAC104
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