6. In the Wireless Network (2.4GHz b/g/n) section or Wireless Network (5GHz a/n/ac) section, click the
Add a new period button.
7. Use the menus, radio buttons, and check boxes to set up a period during which you want to turn off the
WiFi signal and specify whether the schedule is recurrent.
8. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved, the Advanced Wireless Settings page displays again, and the new schedule
shows in the table for the section to which you added the schedule.
The radio button for the schedule lets you select the schedule if you want to change (edit) or delete it,
or if you added multiple schedules, make it the active schedule.
9. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved and the schedule becomes active. The WiFi signal is turned off according to
the schedule that you added.
Manage Access to the WiFi Network Through a WiFi
By default, all WiFi devices are allowed to connect to the WiFi network. If you enable access control, only
devices that you add to the WiFi access control list (ACL) are allowed access to the WiFi network and all
other WiFi devices are blocked. An ACL functions with the MAC addresses of WiFi devices.
The access point can detect the MAC addresses of devices that are connected to the WiFi network and list
the MAC addresses of devices.
Each network device owns a MAC address, which is a unique 12-character physical address, containing
the hexadecimal characters 0–9, a–f, or A–F (uppercase or lowercase) only, and separated by colons (for
example, 00:09:AB:CD:EF:01). The MAC address might be on the label of the WiFi device, you might find
it in the system information of the device, or you might be able to display it by using the network configuration
utility of the device.
To add WiFi devices to the access control list and enable access control:
1. Enter the IP address that is assigned to the access point.
A login window opens.
2. Enter the access point user name and password.
Manage the Advanced WiFi Features
802.11ac Wireless Access Point Model WAC104