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WNHDE111 5GHz Wireless-N HD Access Point/Bridge User Manual

Chapter 1 Getting Acquainted

Unpacking Your New Wireless-N AccessPoint/Bridge

Prepare for Installation

Key Hardware Features

Front Panel

Back Panel Connectors, Buttons, and Switches

Key Back Panel Label Information

Positioning Your Unit

Chapter 2 Easy Secure Wireless Setup

What If Some of My Devices Don't Support WPS?

Access Point Mode WPS Setup

WPS Push Button Client Setup

WPS PIN Entry Setup of WIreless Clients

Setting Up Two WNHDE111 Units

Setting Up a Pair of WNHDE111 Units at Once

Adding a Second WNHDE111 to Your Network Later

Connecting Other Devices to a WNHDE111

Chapter 3 Making Changes

Viewing or Changing Settings

Using the Smart Wizard Configuration Assistant

Using the Web Browser Interface

Using Automatic Firmware Update upon Login

Chapter 4 Securing My Wireless

Choosing Appropriate Wireless Security

Changing Wireless Security Settings

Viewing Basic Wireless Settings

Configuring WEP Wireless Security

Configuring WPA Wireless Security

Viewing Advanced Wireless Settings

Using Push 'N' Connect (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)

Push Button Configuration

Using the Physical Push Button

Security PIN Entry

Using the Unit's Security PIN

Using the Wireless Client's Security PIN

Connecting Additional Wireless Client Devices after WPS Setup

Adding Additional WPS-Enabled Clients

Adding Additional Non-WPS-Enabled Clients

Enabling Wireless Isolation

Restricting Wireless Access by MAC Address

Changing the Administrator Password

Chapter 5 Customizing Your Wireless Network

Using the Network Settings Options

Configuring the Access Point Parameters

Using the DHCP Server

Wireless Repeating (Also Called WDS)

Chapter 6 Fine-Tuning Your Network

Optimizing Wireless Performance

Wireless Intelligent Stream Handling (WISH)

Using WMM QoS for Wireless Multimedia Applications

Chapter 7 Using Network Management Tools

Viewing Status and Log Information

Viewing a List of Attached Devices

Backing Up Your Configuration

Managing the Configuration File

Backing Up and Restoring the Configuration

Erasing the Configuration

Upgrading the Software

Upgrading Automatically to New Software

Upgrading Manually to New Software

Chapter 8 Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Quick Tips

Be sure to restart your network in this sequence.

Make sure that the Ethernet cables are securely plugged in.

Make sure that the wireless settings in the computer and WNHDE111 match exactly.

Make sure that the network settings of the computer are correct.

Troubleshooting Basic Functions

The Power light is not on or is blinking.

The Wireless or Ethernet port lights are not on.

Troubleshooting the Web Configuration Interface

Restoring the Default Configuration and Password

Appendix A Technical Specifications

Default Configuration Settings

Restoring the Default User Name and Password

To restore the factory default configuration settings:

Appendix B Related Documents


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