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5. Select Attached Devices.
Wired devices are connected to the access point/router with Ethernet cables. WiFi
devices are connected to the access point/router through the WiFi network, in either
the 2.4 GHz band or the 5 GHz band. VPN devices are connected over a VPN tunnel
to the access point/router.
The following tables describe the fields on the Attached Devices page.
DescriptionField
Wired Devices
If access control is enabled (see Allow or block device access to your network on page 81),
the access control status of the device in the network (Allowed or Blocked).
Status
The IP address that is assigned to the device when it joined the access point/router network.
This address can change when a device is disconnected and rejoins the network.
IP Address
The unique MAC address, which does not change.MAC Address
The device name, if detected.Device Name
For LAN devices, the connection type is always Wired.Connection
Type
DescriptionField
2.4 GHz Wireless Devices and 5 GHz Wireless Devices
If access control is enabled (see Allow or block device access to your network on page 81),
the access control status of the device in the network (Allowed or Blocked).
Status
The service set identifier (SSID) or WiFi network name that the WiFi device is using.SSID
The IP address that is assigned to the device when it joined the access point/router network.
This address can change when a device is disconnected and rejoins the network.
IP Address
The unique MAC address, which does not change.MAC Address
The device name, if detected.Device Name
The following information displays only if the access point/router is in router mode.
DescriptionField
VPN Client Devices
The device name, if detected.Device Name
User Manual154Maintain and Monitor the Access
Point/Router
AC2000 802.11ac Wireless Access Point/Router WAC124
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