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AirOS Operation Manual[1]

AirOS Operation Manual[1]

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Published by: David Valle on Apr 02, 2013
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1 AirOS Introduction 2 Configuration Guide 2.1 Navigation 2.2 Main Page 
2.2.1 Status Reporting 
2.2.2 Statistics Reporting 
2.2.3 Extra info 
2.2.4 Tools 
2.2.5 Antenna Alignment 2.3 Link Setup Page 
2.3.1 Basic Wireless Settings 
2.3.2 Wireless Security 2.4 Network 
2.4.1 Bridge Mode 
2.4.2 Router Mode 2.5 Advanced 
2.5.1 Advanced Wireless Setting 
2.5.2 Acknowledgement Timeout 
2.5.3 Antenna Settings 
2.5.4 Antenna Alignment LED Thresholds 
2.5.5 Wireless Traffic Shaping 
2.5.6 QoS 2.6 Services 
2.6.1 Ping WatchDog 
2.6.2 SNMP Agent 
2.6.3 NTP Client, Web Server, TelnetServer 2.7 System 
2.7.1 Administrative Management 
2.7.2 Router Protocol Host Name 
2.7.3 Logo Customization 
2.7.4 UI Language Selection 
2.7.5 Firmware 
2.7.6 Configuration Management 
2.7.7 Device Maintenance 
AirOS Introduction 
The design goal of AirOS was simplicity and power. Unlike previous and current market-leading wireless or router operating systems that are complex and require a traininginvestment, Ubiquiti set out to make an advanced operating system capable of powerfulwireless and routing features, but was built upon a simple, clean, intuitive user interfacefoundation.Our goal is to make AirOS simple enough for the operator, customer, or new technician toeasily understand, configure, and deploy. At the same time, it is rapidly evolving towards apath of new powerful networking and wireless features strongly derived from customerinteraction and feedback. Our goal is to make AirOs both the most advanced operatingsystem on the market and the most intuitive, easy to deploy.
Configuration Guide
This guide presents the detailed description of the AirOS operating system which is integratedinto long-range embedded systems (LiteStation2, LiteStation5), CPE (NanoStation2,NanoStation5), and outdoor wireless platforms (PowerStation2, PowerStation5) manufacturedby Ubiquiti Networks, Inc.AirOS Quick Setup Guidedescribes the configuration steps for the subscriber station (wirelessclient - bridge) use case.All the configuration settings accessible via web management interface are described in thisdocument.
IEEE 802.11b/g
mode is supported inNanoStation2LiteStation2PowerStation2
IEEE 802.11a
mode is supported inNanoStation5LiteStation5PowerStation5
All the devices support the following operating modes:Station (Client)StationWDS Access Point Access PointWDS / RepeaterAll the devices support the following network modes:Transparent bridge Router Note: the screen shots in this document represent PowerStation2 graphical user interface butthey are also fully applicable for NanoStation2 and LiteStation2 series devices. The graphicaluser interface elements which are specific for the NanoStation5, LiteStation5 andPowerStation5 are described individually in the this document.[Content]
Configuration Management Menu
Each of the web management pages (listed below) contain parameters that affect a specificaspect of the device:
page displays current status of the device and the statistical information. There areuseful network administration and monitoring tools available in Main page also (i.e. speed testutility, site survey functionality inAPmode).
Link Setup
page contains the controls for a wireless network configuration, while coveringbasic wireless settings which define device operating modes, associating details, data securityoptions.
page covers the configuration network operating modes,IPsettings,packetfiltering routines and network services (i.e.DHCP Server).

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