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Get here by clicking on Add/Delete Basic
Rules (see page 35). You may choose which
of AirStation’s preconﬁ gured basic rules
are enabled or disabled. Active rules are
displayed with a green background, and
disabled rules are shown in red. Choose
the rules you want to use by clicking under
Operation. When your choices are complete,
click on Initialize.
IP Filter (Add/Delete Basic Rules)
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Clicking on Conﬁ gure IP Filter from the IP
ﬁ lter page (page 35) will bring you to this
page, where you can make your own rules.
Click Add Rule when you have each rule
conﬁ gured the way you want it.
IP Filter (Conﬁ gure IP Filter)
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Network Conﬁ guration (Intrusion Detector)
To enable intrusion detector, choose
Enable or Enable (Apply packet ﬁ lter rules)
from the Intrusion Detector drop-down
box. If packet ﬁ lter rules are applied,
packets will be ﬁ ltered with packet ﬁ lter
rules before Intrusion Detector is applied.
Blocking IP spooﬁ ng blocks packets from
devices using an IP address that is not
In the Threshold Value box, enter the
number of times an event has to occur
before you receive notiﬁ cation.
To conﬁ gure your email alerts, enter your
email address and mail server information.
You may make up a sender email address,
such as “[email protected]”. Alert emails will appear to come from this address.
Intrusion detector also blocks unauthorized access attempts and suspicious trafﬁ c from
WAN-side devices (the internet).
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You may disable Universal Plug and
Play functionality by unchecking
Enable here. Note that Windows (MSN)
Messenger will not function correctly
with UPnP disabled.
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Clicking Start AOSS Sequence has the same
function as pushing the AOSS button on the
router: it initiates the AOSS process.
If all your clients support AOSS, it’s very
simple to set them up. Press the AOSS
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
ﬁ nish before starting the next one.
Consult your client device’s documentation
for the location of its AOSS button.