The IP address that applies to all four access point/router LAN ports through which
you can access the access point/router.
IP Address
If the access point/router is in router mode, whether the DHCP server of the access
point/router is enabled (the default setting in router mode) or disabled (see Router
mode: Disable the DHCP server on page 116).
DHCP Server
Internet Port pane
To change these settings, see, Use the Internet Setup Wizard on page 38 or Router mode: Manually set up the
access point/router Internet connection on page 40.
The MAC address that applies to the access point/router WAN (Internet) port.MAC Address
The WAN IP address that the access point/router receives from your Internet
modem or ISP or the WAN IP address that you manually configured.
IP Address
The type of Internet connection that the access point/router uses, which can be
DHCP Client (the default setting), FixedIP, PPPoE, PPTP, or L2TP.
The IP subnet mask that the access point/router uses.IP Subnet Mask
The IP address of the Domain Name System (DNS) server that the access
point/router uses.
Domain Name Server
Wireless Settings (2.4GHz) or Wireless Settings (5GHz )
To change these settings, see Manage the Basic WiFi and Radio Features on page 61 and Manage the Advanced
WiFi and Radio Features on page 209.
The country and region in which the access point/router is being used (see Set up
or change an open or secure WiFi network on page 62).
The channel that the radio uses (see Change the channel for a radio on page 211).Channel
The WiFi throughput mode that the radio uses (see Change the WiFi throughput
mode for a radio band on page 212).
Whether the virtual access point (VAP) of the default WiFi network (Wireless 1) is
enabled or disabled (see Disable or enable a WiFi network on page 67).
Wireless AP
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