The provides configuration pages so that you can manage and monitor the access point from any computer on the network. Under normal operating conditions, you do not need to change the basic configuration that you established when you installed your access point. However, if your network environment changes, you may decide to reconfigure your access point to reflect the new environment.
The topics below address the following aspects of using the configuration pages:
You may need to disable the HTTP Proxy feature of your Web browser so the configuration pages will display the most current information.
Internet Explorer users:
Click Tools > Internet Options, and select the Connections tab.
Select Never dial a connection, then click Apply.
Click Tools > Internet Options, and select the Connections tab again.
Click the LAN Settings button.
Clear all the check boxes and click OK.
Click OK again.
Netscape Navigator 8.x users:
Click Tools > Options > General.
Click the Connection Settings button.
Select Direct connection to the Internet, then click OK.
If you know the IP address of the access point, simply type it in your Web browser's location or address line and press ENTER. If you do not know the IP address of the access point, follow one of the procedures below to find it:
Windows Vista or XP: Click Windows Start > All Programs > .
All Other Windows Operating Systems: Click Windows Start > Programs > .
The locator displays its welcome screen:
The locator lists the access point as well as any other USRobotics devices that were found:
The networking device to which you connected the access point assigns IP addresses on your local network. To find the IP address of the access point:
Access the configuration program or configuration pages of the networking device. For detailed instructions, consult the documentation for the networking device.
Find the list of clients associated with the networking device.
On the client list, find the LAN MAC address of the access point.
Make a note of the IP address associated with the LAN MAC address of the access point.
The configuration pages are divided into the functional areas shown on its tabs and listed below; for the description of a page, click one of the following links: