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Monitor Local Network Status on the WRV200

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Fri, 07/08/2016 - 16:20
Apr 26th, 2016
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Article ID: 783

Objectives

The Status > Local Network page displays information about the local network of the router.

This document explains what the display-only fields on the Status > Local Network page signify.

Applicable Devices

• WRV200

Step-by-Step Procedure

Monitoring the Local Network status on the WRV200

Step 1. Using the graphical user interface on the WRV200, choose Status > Local Network. This page displays the following Local Network information:

• Local MAC Address:

— The MAC Address of the Local Area Network interface of the Router

• IP Address:

— The local IP address of the Router

• Subnet Mask:

— The subnet mask of the Router

• DHCP Server:

— The status of the DHCP server on the Router

• Start IP:

— The first IP address in the range of IP addresses that the DHCP server issues to the connected devices on the local network

• End IP:

— The final IP address in the range of IP addresses that the DHCP server issues to the connected devices on the local network

Step 2. (Optional) Click the DHCP Clients Table button to view the DHCP Active IP Table.

The DHCP Active IP Table will open up and display the following information:

• The DHCP Server IP Address

• The Hardware Address of each computer connected to the Router

• The Assigned IP address of each computer connected to the Router

• The Host Name of each computer connected to the Router

• The length of time until an assigned IP address of a computer expires

Step 3. You may check the check boxes next to an entry to select the entry. You can then delete the selected entries by clicking Delete at the bottom of the page.

Step 4. Click Refresh to update the information on the page.

Step 5. Click Close to close the window and return to the Local Network page.

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