BUFFALO WZR2-G300N MANUAL PDF

Contact your DSL provider for any missing login information. Buffalo Technology Melco Inc. Make changes if necessary, and click OK. This device may not be used for setting up outdoor radio links in France. The header section of an encrypted message packet. A PC, workstation, or other device that connects to a network wirelessly through an Access Point.

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Page 3: Introduction For best overall performance, use with Buffalo Technology Nfinity wireless clients. The screenshots in this manual were taken with Firefox, but Netscape and Internet Explorer are also supported in versions 4.

Signal strength and speed fall off with distance. For instance, set it up on the top shelf of a bookcase rather than the bottom one, if possible. Do you need a password or other information to log in to your internet connection? If you have a DSL internet connection, make sure that you have any necessary information handy before you continue. Initial Setup Page 5 our AirStation may be placed horizontally or mounted vertically on a wall.

The antennas will usually work best if oriented vertically. For wall mounting, screw three screws into the wall as shown below. Drawing not to scale. Initially, you may need to unplug this cable from your computer, hub or other router.

Important: turn everything on in the correct order!! Power on your cable or DSL modem and wait one full minute, then power on the AirStation router and wait one full minute, and finally power on the computer which will be used to configure the AirStation. Enter A window will open, prompting you to enter a User ID and Password. Enter root as the User name and leave the password field blank. If additional login information is required to connect to the internet, the wizard will ask for it.

Enter any required login Congratulations! You are now connected to the internet. Open a familiar web page to make sure everything is working correctly. Detecting Your Broadband Connection information if asked.

Contact your DSL provider for any missing login information. For more information on AOSS, see pages 14 and Basic Setup Page You can get back to the Setup page from anywhere in the configuration screens by clicking on the Setup tab in the top left corner. To navigate settings, choose a category at the top of the page and then a submenu below. Settings will appear on the left, help files on the right. Category Tabs Individual Settings The following pages show examples of some screens from the configuration utility.

Navigating the Menus Submenus Help and Instructions Click Restart Now from this page to restart your AirStation. Click Initialize Now to restore your AirStation to factory defaults and restart it. You may also initialize your AirStation by holding down the Reset button for 3 seconds.

Page 14 button on the router, or the one on this page, and then push the AOSS button on the client device. Each client device will have to be set up seperately. Wait for each AOSS process to finish before starting the next one. If your router and your client device are installed and both support AOSS, then making a secure wireless connection between them is very easy. Push the AOSS button on the top of your router and hold it in for a few seconds. The AOSS light will begin to flash amber.

You now have two minutes to push the AOSS button on your client device and finish the connection. Push the button! The buttons will need to be re-pressed to connect each additional AOSS wireless client adapter. AOSS Notes This changes the default IP address of the AirStation from Anyone within range can easily connect to your wireless network. This might not be what you want. Buffalo recommends enabling encryption and setting a password for access to your network.

From the opening page, select Wireless Config Tab, select the Security submenu. Page 19 Encryption and Security Many kinds of encryption are available. WEP works with almost everything. Choose the strongest method of encryption that works with all of your wireless devices.

Write down your password and put it in a safe place. You will not be able to connect wireless devices to your network without this password. Page 20 Encryption and Security Each of your wireless clients will need your password to connect to the network. Any wireless networks available in the area will be listed as available. Click on your wireless network SSID so that it turns blue and then click on Connect at the bottom right.

Page 21 Connecting your Wireless Clients Each of your wireless clients will need your password to connect to the network. Click on your wireless network SSID so that it turns blue and the click on Connect at the bottom right. Page 22 Other wireless devices may have different configuration requirements. Consult their documentation for instructions on how to enter your network key and connect them to your wireless network.

Repeat for each Windows XP computer that connects to your network wirelessly. Restart PC. Connecting to a Preexisting Network Although AirStation wireless networking products have been designed for operation in the license-free 2. Communications at a lower Transmit range may travel longer distances. Center Channel ID FCC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11 default channel If is it blinking Green, wireless communication is active.

Plug the power back in to monitor the Diag LEDs during start-up. On the Windows task bar, click Start. Select Settings, then Control Panel. Double-click on the Network icon to view Network Properties.

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BUFFALO WZR2-G300N MANUAL PDF

Nikobar If you check the box titled Allowall wireless devices in the area can see your network name. You may also initialize your AirStation by holding down the Reset byffalo for 3 seconds. For wall mounting, screw three screws into the wall as shown below. Page 22 Other wireless devices may have different configuration requirements.

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A company that provides access to the Internet and other related services. Wireless Password An important part of securing your wireless network is choosing a strong password. Enter any required login Congratulations! Settings will appear on the left, help files on the right. Be sure bufalo read about WiFi channels before making the choice. Click the Apply button. Twisted Pair cable wrapped in a metal sheath to provide extra protection from manuall interfering signals.

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