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00-How to setup Multi WAN for MO10/MI10WAN (Wide Area Network) is used to connect with other networks, such as the Internet. It forwards data from the internal LAN devices. You can follow the steps below to set up multi-WAN for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>00-How to setup Multi WAN for MO10 and MI10
01. How to check the firmware version and uptime of APThe device information displays the AP details, including the model name, firmware version, device MAC address, system uptime, and date. You can follow the steps below to retrieve the device information. Click here>> 01. How to check the firmware version and uptime of AP
02. How to check the WAN IP LAN IP and DHCP leased IP addressWAN (Wide Area Network) is used to connect with other networks, such as the Internet. It forwards data from internal LAN devices. LAN (Local Area Network) is used to connect the internal local network, including devices like laptops, mobile phones, and TVs. You can follow the steps below to retrieve network information. Click here>>02. How to check the WAN IP LAN IP and DHCP leased IP address
03. How to check the Ethernet port status and Wi-Fi interfaces information of APThe MI10 supports three Ethernet ports (1x 2.5Gb and 2x 1Gb), while the MO10 supports one Ethernet port (2.5Gb). Both the MI10 and MO10 support three wireless radio interfaces (5G1, 5G2, 2.4G). You can follow the steps below to retrieve the interfaces information. Click here>>03. How to check the Ethernet port status and Wi-Fi interfaces information of AP
04-How to setup Mesh Connection for MI10 and MO10Mesh Wi-Fi technology expands the range of a wireless network by using multiple devices, including a main access point (CAP) and several slave access points (RE). These slave nodes act as extensions and can be strategically placed throughout your home or office to enhance the coverage of your Wi-Fi network. The mesh Wi-Fi network shares the same SSID and passphrase, which means that you don’t need to connect to a different network when moving from one location to another. Click here>>04-How to setup Mesh Connection for MI10 and MO10
05. How to check the associated wireless clients statusBoth the MI10 and MO10 support three wireless radio interfaces (5G1, 5G2, 2.4G). You can set up to 8 VAPs (Virtual Access Points) for these three radios. All the associated client and access point (AP) information will be displayed on the Dashboard/Clients page. You can follow the steps below to retrieve the associated clients and AP information. Click here>>05. How to check the associated wireless clients status
06-How to setup WAN IP addressWAN (Wide Area Network) is used to connect with other networks, such as the Internet, and it forwards data from internal LAN devices. The Browan MI10/MO10 supports both Static IP address and DHCP client mode for the WAN interface. You can follow the steps below to set up the WAN IP address for the device. Click here>>06-How to setup WAN IP address
07-How to setup LAN IP address and disable dhcp server of APLAN (Local Area Network) is used to connect the internal local network devices, such as laptops, mobile phones, and TVs. The MI10/MO10 devices support a DHCP server for the LAN. You can follow the steps below to set up the LAN IP address for the device. Click here>>07-How to setup LAN IP address and disable dhcp server of AP
08-How to assign static IP address for specific clients on LAN with DHCP enabledLAN (Local Area Network) is used to connect the internal local network devices, such as laptops, mobile phones, and TVs. The MI10/MO10 devices support a DHCP server for the LAN. If you want to assign a static IP address to specific clients while having DHCP enabled on the LAN network zone, you can follow the steps below to set up reserved IP addresses. Click here>>08-How to assign static IP address for specific clients on LAN with DHCP enabled
09-How to setup VLANA virtual local area network (VLAN) is a broadcast domain that is partitioned and isolated within a computer network at the data link layer. VLANs function by assigning tags to network frames and handling these tags in networking systems, thus creating the illusion and functionality of network traffic that appears to be on a single network but is divided into separate networks. This allows VLANs to keep network applications separate even if they are connected to the same physical network, without the need for deploying multiple sets of cabling and networking devices. You can follow the steps below to set up VLANs for the device. Click here>>09-How to setup VLAN
10-How to add or remove network zoneA network zone is a configurable boundary that allows you to control access to computers and devices in your organization based on the IP address requesting access. In addition to the default Internet and Local Network zones, you can add up to 8 additional network zones for MI10/MO10. You can follow the steps below to add or remove a network zone for the device. Click here>>10-How to add or remove network zone
11-How to assign network zone for Ethernet portA network zone is a configurable boundary that allows you to control access to computers and devices in your organization based on the IP address requesting access. In addition to the default Internet and Local Network zones, you can add up to 8 additional network zones for MI10/MO10. You can follow the steps below to assign the Network Zone to the Ethernet port of the device. Click here>>11-How to assign network zone for Ethernet port
12-How to add static routes for the deviceStatic routing is a form of routing that occurs when a router uses manually configured routing entries. These entries are added to the routing table by a network administrator. Click here>>12-How to add static routes for the device
13-How to setup MI10 and MO10 as Station mode to connect to other wireless APAP Station mode, also known as Wireless Client mode or Wireless Bridge mode, is a configuration setting for a wireless access point (AP) that allows it to connect to an existing wireless network as a client device rather than functioning as a standalone AP. Please follow the steps below to set up MI10/MO10 as Station mode. Click here>>13-How to setup MI10 and MO10 as Station mode to connect to other wireless AP
14-How to change wireless SSID or security type settingsSSID stands for “Service Set Identifier.” It is a unique name that identifies a wireless network. When you want to connect a device, such as a laptop or smartphone, to a Wi-Fi network, you will see a list of available networks, each with its own SSID. It allows devices to distinguish one network from another, even when multiple networks are available in the same area. You can follow the steps below to set up wireless SSID or security type for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>14-How to change wireless SSID or security type settings
15-How to add wireless VAPWireless VAP stands for “Virtual Access Point.” It is a virtual interface or a logical representation of a wireless access point created within a physical access point (AP). A wireless VAP allows the AP to broadcast multiple SSIDs and serve multiple wireless networks using the same physical hardware. You can follow the steps below to add or remove wireless VAP for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>15-How to add wireless VAP
16-How to set up Network isolation for wireless clientsNetwork isolation, also known as client isolation or AP isolation, is a security feature implemented in wireless networks to restrict communication between connected devices. When network isolation is enabled, devices connected to the same wireless network are isolated from each other, meaning they cannot communicate directly with each other. You can follow the steps below to enable network isolation for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>16-How to set up Network isolation for wireless clients
17-How to set up access control list for wireless clientsWireless Access Control List is a security feature used in wireless networks to control and restrict access to the network based on the MAC addresses of wireless devices. MAC addresses are unique identifiers assigned to network interface cards of devices, such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets. You can follow the steps below to set up access control list for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>17-How to set up access control list for wireless clients
18-How to manually upgrade the device firmwareManually upgrade the device firmware. Click here>>18-How to manually upgrade the device firmware
19-How to enable or disable wireless radio interfaceA wireless radio, in the context of computer networking, refers to the component in a networking device that enables wireless communication. Click here>>19-How to enable or disable wireless radio interface
20-How to Change the Wireless Channel and Channel WidthIn Wi-Fi, you’ll often hear about 20 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, or even 160 MHz channel widths. You can follow the steps below to adjust wireless channel and channel width for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>20-How to Change the Wireless Channel and Channel Width
21-How to adjust the wireless Tx powerWireless transmit power (Tx power) refers to the strength at which a wireless signal is transmitted by a device, such as a Wi-Fi router or access point. You can follow the steps below to adjust wireless Tx power for MI10 and MO10. Click here>>21-How to adjust the wireless Tx power
22-How to adjust the wireless RSSI threshold settingIn Wi-Fi networks, the RSSI threshold is often used as a criterion for deciding whether a device should connect to a specific access point or switch to a different one. For example, if the RSSI falls below a certain threshold, a device might decide to disconnect from the current access point and connect to a different one with a stronger signal. Click here>>22-How to adjust the wireless RSSI threshold setting
23-How to reset the device to factory default settings via web GUIClick here>>23-How to reset the device to factory default settings via web GUI
24-How to import or export configurationsClick here>>24-How to import or export configurations
25-How to adjust the web service port settingsA “web service port” typically refers to a specific port number on a server that is designated for hosting web services. A port is a communication endpoint in a network, and each service or application on a server is assigned a unique port number. For web services, common port numbers includes: HTTP port 80 and HTTPS port 443. Click here>>25-How to adjust the web service port settings
26-How to enable or disable the SSH serviceSSH, which stands for Secure Shell, is a cryptographic network protocol used to secure data communication over a computer network. It’s widely used for secure remote administration of servers and other network devices. Click here>>26-How to enable or disable the SSH service
27-How to enable or disable the Telnet serviceTelnet, or Telecommunication Network, is a network protocol used on the Internet or local area networks to provide a bidirectional interactive text-oriented communication facility using a virtual terminal connection. Click here>>27-How to enable or disable the Telnet service
28-How to enable NTP serviceNetwork Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol designed to synchronize the clocks of computers and other devices within a network. Click here>>28-How to enable NTP service
29-How to enable device discoveryThis feature allows to find other devices compatible with the available discovery protocols, as well as to broadcast information to other devices. MI10 and MO10 support LLDP, CDP and MNDP protocols to broadcast the device information. Click here>>29-How to enable device discovery
30-How to enable SNMP settingsSimple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an application-layer protocol for monitoring and managing network devices on a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN). Click here>>30-How to enable SNMP settings
31-How to setup remote syslog serverSyslog is a standard protocol used for message logging. It allows devices on a network to generate event messages and send them to a central logging server, called a syslog server. These messages can include information about system events, errors, warnings, and other diagnostic information. Click here>>31-How to setup remote syslog server
32-How to setup remote Ping WatchdogThe term “ping watchdog” typically refers to a mechanism that uses the “ping” command in a monitoring system to check the availability and responsiveness of a network device or server. Click here>>32-How to setup remote Ping Watchdog
33-How to setup PrismX agentIt’s designed to put everything in one place, tailored to fit your needs, to help monitor and optimize your Wi-Fi. Click here>>33-How to setup PrismX agent
34-How to setup Schedule reboot“Scheduled reboot” refers to the practice of automatically restarting a system or device at specified intervals or on a predetermined schedule. Click here>>34-How to setup Schedule reboot
35-How to setup country codeCountry code is important for complying with the wireless regulations of a specific country. It helps ensure that the device operates within the allowed frequency ranges, power levels, and other regulatory parameters specified by that country. Click here>>35-How to setup country code
36-How to setup system timeNTP stands for Network Time Protocol. It is a networking protocol used to synchronize the clocks of computer systems over a network. The primary goal of NTP is to ensure that all devices on a network agree on the current time, even if their internal clocks may have some inherent drift. Click here>>36-How to setup system time
37-How to disable the physical reset functionHow to disable the physical reset function. Click here>>37-How to disable the physical reset function
38-How to change the login username and passwordsHow to change the login username and passwords. Click here>>38-How to change the login username and passwords
39-How to check nearby Wi-Fi environmentHow to check nearby Wi-Fi environment. Click here>>39-How to check nearby Wi-Fi environment
40-How to use Ping to check the network with the APPing is used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (IP) network and to measure the round-trip time for messages sent from the originating host to a destination computer. Click here>>40-How to use Ping to check the network with the AP
41-How to use Traceroute to check the network with the APTraceroute is a network diagnostic tool used to trace the route that packets take across a network. It provides information about the path that data packets follow from the source to the destination. Click here>>41-How to use Traceroute to check the network with the AP
42-How to show the nearby devices with LLDP discoveryLLDP stands for Link Layer Discovery Protocol. It is a vendor-neutral link layer protocol used in computer networking to discover information about neighboring devices on a local area network. Click here>>42-How to show the nearby devices with LLDP discovery
43-How to run Speedtest to check the download and upload speed of internet access for the APSpeedtest is used to measure the speed of an internet connection. Click here>>43-How to run Speedtest to check the download and upload speed of internet access for the AP
44-How to set as AP mode and Bridge modeHow to set as AP mode and Bridge mode. Click here>>44-How to set as AP mode and Bridge mode

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