Check System Performance on WAP200 and WAP200E

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 Objective

The System Performance window displays the access point's status information for its current settings and data transmissions.

This document explains what the display-only fields on the System Performance page signify.

Applicable Devices

• WAP200E

Check System Performance of the Access Point

Step 1. Using the Router Configuration Utility, choose Status > Systems Performance This page displays the access point's system performance values:

• Wired:

– Name — Network to which the statistics refer, which is the LAN.

– IP Address — Access point's local IP address.

– MAC Address — MAC address of the access point's wired interface.

– Connection — Status of the access point's connection for the wired network.

– Packets Received — Number of packets received.

– Packets Sent — Number of packets sent.

– Bytes Received — Number of bytes received.

– Bytes Sent — Number of bytes sent.

– Error Packets Received — Number of error packets received.

– Drop Received Packets — Number of packets that are dropped after they were received.

• Wireless:

– Name — Wireless network/SSID to which the statistics refer.

– IP Address — Access point's local IP address.

– MAC Address — MAC address of the access point's wireless interface.

– Connection — Status of the access point's connection for each wireless network.

– Packets Received — Number of packets received for each wireless network.

– Packets Sent — Number of packets sent for each wireless network.

– Bytes Received — Number of bytes received for each wireless network.

– Bytes Sent — Number of bytes sent for each wireless network.

– Error Packets Received — Number of error packets received for each wireless network.

– Drop Received Packets — Number of packets that are dropped after they were received.

– Reset Counter — Click to reset packet statistic counters to zeros.

Step 2. (Optional) Click Refresh to update the status information.

Step 3. (Optional) Click Reset Counter to reset the counter.

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