Mac For The Wireless Radio

admin 12/13/2021

Connect to Wi-Fi

Mac For The Wireless Radio Antenna

Mac for the wireless radio antenna

I installed 10 IAP-205 in an Instant AP setup, and it works great. The only issue now is that in our documentation, we would like to name each access point with its location. But from the LAN side I see the LAN MAC address, and from the WLAN side I see the radios MAC address. And I cannot figure out.

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You can use the Wi-Fi menu to quickly connect to a nearby wireless network.

  1. Click the Wi-Fi icon ( or ) in the menu bar.
  2. If Wi-Fi is off, choose 'Turn Wi-Fi on.'
  3. Select a nearby Wi-Fi network from the list.

If you don't see your network listed, make sure it's nearby and that others can connect to it. It could also be a 'hidden' network. You can connect to a hidden network by choosing 'Join other network' and entering the name of the network you're trying to use.

The strength of each nearby network is shown next to its name. More darkened bars indicate a stronger network connection.

Enter your password

Networks that have a lock icon next to their name require a password. After you select your network, enter the network password when you're prompted. If you don't know the network password, check with the owner of the Wi-Fi network you're trying to join.

Use a cellular device as your Wi-Fi connection

Depending on your cellular plan, your iPhone or iPad with cellular can share its Internet connection with your Mac. When your iOS device is configured properly and is near your Mac, it appears in the Wi-Fi menu as an available connection.

When you select a cellular device as your Internet connection, the menu icon changes to indicate your Mac is currently linked to the device ( ).

Turn Wi-Fi on or off

If you're in an environment where Wi-Fi isn't permitted (like on some airline flights) you can quickly turn off Wi-Fi from this menu.

  1. Click the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar.
  2. Choose 'Turn Wi-Fi off.'
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When Wi-Fi is turned off, the menu icon changes to and empty indicator ( ). When you're ready to use Wi-Fi again, click the menu icon and choose 'Turn Wi-Fi on.' Then connect to the network you want to join if your Mac doesn't join it automatically.

If you don't see the Wi-Fi menu

You can enable and disable the Wi-Fi menu from the Network pane of System Preferences.

  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
  2. Click Network in the System Preferences window.
  3. Select Wi-Fi in the list of available network connections.
  4. Select (check) the option to 'Show Wi-Fi status in menu bar.'

Create a network

If you want to create a temporary Wi-Fi connection between your Mac and another device, you can create your own network from the Wi-Fi menu.

  1. Click the Wi-Fi menu and choose Create Network.
  2. Enter the details for your network, such as a network name and channel

When you create a computer-to-computer network, the menu icon changes to show a computer (). When you're done, click the Wi-Fi menu again and choose Disconnect to close the network you created.

Mac For The Wireless Radio Receiver

The Wireless Settings menu of your modem/router's user interface allows you to control the wireless network in your home. Some models will offer both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz setup options for several of the features. Read more about how to choose 2.4 or 5 GHz frequency here.

Select a wireless menu option to view step-by-step instructions.

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  • Basic Settings: Enable/disable the wireless radio, change the network name (SSID), view the current security type, key/passphrase, and WPS PIN for the modem
  • Wireless Security: Change the security type (WEP/WPA/WPA2) for your network
  • 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz Radio Setup: Select the wireless channel, power level, 802.11 modes, spatial streams, aggregation, and MIMO power save
  • SSID Setup: Create and manage up to 4 wireless networks (SSIDs)
  • MAC Authentication: Create an allow/deny list for the WiFi radio on your modem using a MAC address
  • WPS:Provides a secure way to share the wireless key between your modem and wireless devices automatically — learn more about WPS here
  • WMM (2.4 GHz only): A Quality of Service feature that prioritizes traffic on your wireless network
  • WDS (2.4 GHz only): Allows the wireless interconnection of access points via a wireless connection
  • Wireless Schedule: Set disable times for your wireless radio
  • 802.1x (2.4 GHz only): Combine wireless security methods using WEP or WPA with the benefits of a radius server

The wireless settings menu is shown here, including 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz options for some routers.

NOTE: Depending on your model, your modem's user interface may appear slightly different from the images below.