Manually programming IP addresses
The preferred method of providing IP addresses for your Access Points is to
deploy a DHCP server in your network. If you do, the Access Points will acquire
an IP address automatically from this server.
If you do not have a DHCP server, it is still possible to set the IP address of your
Access Points from APManager.
Physically connect the Access Points and the computer on which you run
APManager to the same Ethernet segment.
Make sure there is no DHCP or BOOTP server running.
Switch the Access Points on.
Configure the network you want your Access Points to be part of.
Enter the hardware addresses of the Access Points by hand using the
Edit/Insert Access Point menu command or clicking the appropriate toolbar
For each Access Point select the Edit/Set IP Address menu command and
enter the required IP address manually. As soon as you press Set IP, the
Access Point should acquire the designated IP address. Within a few seconds,
Note that you may or may not be able to communicate with the Access Point,
depending on the validity of the IP address in the current Ethernet segment.
The Access Point will use the designated IP Address indefinitely, and will no
longer respond to DHCP messages. You can, however, revoke the IP address by
following steps 1 to 4 above, and then selecting the Clear IP button. The Access
Point will start to respond to DHCP messages as normal.
See Network Settings Dialog for details.
on the Access Point should light up green.