Access points - specialized network devices to build a wireless local area network, covering a fairly wide coverage area. Software (drivers) for access points includes utilities for configuring and monitoring of access points. Also attached archives drivers to access points can be found new firmware with enhanced data transmission and reception.
Many access points have the ability to configure via a web interface. To do this, use your browser and connect to the access point to the local address. It is desirable to produce a wired connection via LAN. Usually address to connect has the form: http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1
Warning! If you install the wrong credentials to the subnet of your access point, you can lose communication with the device. In this case, it is recommended to make a hard reset (hardware reset) to factory settings. It is recommended to use the reset button on the body of the access point. If you can not find a button - look for the hole, pointing to a narrow spokes which can be reset. In any case, you need to read the instructions on the use of a device that may be of itself as a guide on paper, and a text file on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the access point.
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