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IntroductionCongratulations on your purchase! Signal strength andspeed fall off with distance. Insert the CD in the drive of your computer and follow thedirections. The installation program will step you through connecting your computer to theAirStation and the Internet. Manual ConfigurationTo configure your router manually, use a wired connection to your computer.
The first time your router is powered on, the windowbelow should open automatically. To open it manually,you may enter your routers IP addrees A window will open, prompting you to enter a User IDand Password. Enter root as the user name and leave the passwordfield blank.
If additional login information is requiredto connect to the internet, the wizard ahr-g125 ask for it. Enter any required logininformation if asked. For more information on AOSS, seepages 14 and Basic Setup PageYou can get back to the Setup pagefrom anywhere in the configurationscreens by clicking on the Setuptab in the top left corner.
Context sensitive help is availableon the right side of each page. Buffaoo settings, choose a category at the top of the page and then a submenubelow. Settings will appear on the left, help files on the right. CategoriesSubmenusIndividualSettingsHelp andInstructionsThe following pages show examples of some screens from the configuration utility.
Click Restart Now from this pageto restart your AirStation.
ClickInitialize Now to restore yourAirStation to factory defaults andrestart it. You may also initialize yourAirStation by holding down the Resetbutton for 3 seconds. Each client device will have to be set up seperately. If your router and yourclient device are installed and both support AOSS, then making asecure wireless connection between them is very easy.
Push the AOSS button on the side of your router and hold it in for a few seconds. TheAOSS light manua, begin to flash amber. You now have two minutes to push the AOSS buttonon your client device and finish the connection.
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The buttons will need to be re-pressed manuao connect each additional AOSS wirelessclient adapter. Router ModeThis AirStation supports quickly changing theproduct from a wireless router to a conventionalaccess point.
Anyone within range can easily connect toyour wireless network. This might not be what youwant. Buffalo recommends enabling encryption andsetting a password for access to your network. Select the Wireless Config taband the Security submenu. Encryption and Whr-g1125 kinds of encryption are available. WEPworks with almost everything. Choose the strongest methodof encryption that works with all of your wirelessdevices.
Write down your password and putit in a safe place. You will not be able to connectwireless devices to your network without thispassword. Encryption and SecurityEach of your wireless clients will need yourpassword to connect to the network.
Any wireless networks available in the area will belisted as available. Click on your wireless networkSSID so that it turns blue and then click on Connectat the bottom right. Repeat for each Windows XP computer thatconnects to your network wirelessly. Other wireless devices may have different configuration requirements.
Consult theirdocumentation for instructions on how to enter your network key and connect them to yourwireless network. SpecificationsRegulatory InformationWireless communication is often subject to local radio regulations.
Although AirStationwireless networking products have been designed for operation in the license-free 2. Communications at a lower Transmit range may travel longer distances. Configuration mismatch, client cannot connect to the AirStation. Buffwlo or conflict with the Client Driver.
Conflict of another device with the AirStation hardware. If is it blinking Green, wirelesscommunication is active. Refer to Windows Help for more information.
Verify that the parameters match the settings provided by yourLAN Administrator. Make changes if necessary, and click OK. If prompted, restart your computer. Other ProblemsPlease refer to www. A network based onpeer-to-peer communication rather than arouter, switch, or hub.
The transmission capacity ofa computer or a communication channel,usually stated in Megabits per second Mbps. The address portionof a packet that identifies the intendedrecipient station. It is a shared-media networkarchitecture. Based on BOOTP, it uses a poolof IP addresses, which it assigns to eachdevice connected to it, and retrieves theaddress when the device becomes whr-g1225 a period of time. To transmit on the samechannel in both directions simultaneously. Mwnual that provides access to theInternet manusl other related services.
To transmit on the samechannel in both directions, one bufaflo ata time. The headersection of an encrypted message packet. A device which allows connectionof computers and other devices to form aLAN. One million cycles persecond. Removablemodule that adds features to a portablecomputer. Aninternet standard that enables a LAN touse one set of IP addresses whr-g1125 internaltraffic and a second set for external traffic.
This simple network is formed byconnecting computers directly, without use ofrouters or hubs. A specification for connectingusers on an Ethernet line to the Internetthrough a common broadband medium.
Memoryhardware that allows fast access topermanently stored data but preventsaddition to or modification of the data. A standard way of exchanginginformation between computers.
A device in a network thathandles message transfer betweencomputers.
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An application layer protocolthat outlines the formal structure forcommunication among network devices. An encryption method replacing WEP. Also known as global IP. A networkingsystem covering a wide geographical area.
A LAN topologyusing wireless devices. Asecurity protocol for wireless local areanetworks defined in the However, ithas been found that WEP is not whrg125 secureas once believed.
These limits are designed to provide reasonableprotection against harmful interference in a residential installation. Intended useThis device is a 2. In Belgium there is a restriction in outdoor use. The frequency range in which outdooroperation in Belgium is permitted is — In France only channels 10,11,12 and 13 are available. This device may not be used for setting up outdoor radio links in France. For moreinformation see http: Buffalo Technology Melco Inc.
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Our GPL software delivery policy is outlined below. For each individual product and wyr-g125, please send one individually packaged self addressed padded CDshipping envelope, containing a blank CD-R to the following address: Page 2 Table of ContentsIntroduction. Page 3 IntroductionCongratulations on your purchase! Page 7 Manual ConfigurationTo configure your router manually, use a wired connection to your computer. Page 11 Basic Setup PageYou can get back to the Setup pagefrom anywhere in the configurationscreens by clicking on the Setuptab in the top left corner.
Page 17 Router ModeThis AirStation manula quickly changing theproduct from a wireless router to a conventionalaccess point. Page 19 Encryption and SecurityMany kinds whr-125 encryption are available.
Page 20 Encryption and SecurityEach of your wireless clients will need yourpassword to connect to the network. Page 24 SpecificationsRegulatory InformationWireless communication is often subject to local radio regulations. Page 30 GlossaryDestination Address: