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WAN Conﬁ g (WAN Port)
Here, you may choose how the AirStation
acquires an IP address. Normally, the
internet connection wizard will set this for
you if you have a cablemodem or DSL. If
you’re not sure what to choose, perform
To setup PPPoE manually, click on click
here and turn to page 27.
Also on this page, under Advanced Setup,
you may manually set the Default Gateway,
DNS server, WAN MAC address, WAN
format, and WEB port number.
Click Apply when ﬁ nished.
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Many DSL connections require a PPPoE
Connection in order to log in to an internet
connection. Normally, the Easy Detection
Wizard will help you conﬁ gure that, but
you may manually conﬁ gure one here.
Consult your ISP for more information
on correctly conﬁ guring your PPPoE
To add a new PPPoE connection, click Edit
Connection List. To choose your preferred
connection, click on Edit Preferred
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LAN Conﬁ g (LAN Port)
Default for the LAN side IP address is
192.168.11.1. To add the AirStation to an
existing LAN, specify a unique IPaddress, not
used elsewhere in the network.
The default Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0.
To connect AirStation to an existing LAN,
specify the Subnet Mask that the LAN uses.
If there’s more than one DHCP server on
a network, disable all but one of them.
To have DHCP assign addresses from a
speciﬁ c range, enter a begining address by
Assigned IP Address and give the number
of addresses to assign in the Addresses box. To exclude speciﬁ c addresses from being
assigned by DHCP, specify them in the Excluded IP Address box. Multiple IP addresses
may be speciﬁ ed by seperating them with a comma, e.g. 192.168.11.7,192.168.11.9. You
can also specify an IP address range by start and end address connected by a dash, e.g.
192.168.11.15-192.168.11.21. The ‘,’ and ‘-’ can be used at the same time, e.g. 192.1
68.11.7,192.168.11.9,192.168.11.15-192.168.11.21, up to a total string length of 128
Click the Help link in the top right corner for more information.
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Advanced DHCP Settings
This page offers the same DHCP settings as
the previous one, and in addition, offers you
the chance to change the Lease Period, De-
fault Gateway, DNS servers, WINS server, and
Domain Name. Click Apply when you have
the settings the way you want them.
To manually assign an IP address, click
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To manually link a LAN address to a MAC
address, enter them under Add Client Infor-
mation and click Add.
Current DHCP Client Information shows
all LAN addresses currently assigned by
AirStation’s DHCP. You may conﬁ gure a
speciﬁ c client to always recieve the same
IP address by clicking Manual Assignment
to the right of its MAC Address. Clicking
Delete returns a manually assigned client
to normal DHCP operation. Edit allows
you to manually adjust a linked IP Address
and Mac Address in the Client Information
DHCP Server (Manual Assignment of IP Address)