How to arrange access Control on a Buffalo AirStation?
ntroduction of BUFFALO Router

Buffalo is a global manufacturer of multimedia and wireless networking products for small business and home. Buffalo technology prides itself on offering best in class support for your products and is famous for its quality. Buffalo Router is very efficient device prepared by the expert engineers in order to provide the customers the best inter-network. The devices are very simple to use and cost effective. In terms of performance there is no other competitor with Buffalo as it provides the speed up to 150 Mbps. Since Buffalo router comprises all these qualities, but still a user may face various problems while using it, but no need to worry for all these problems because Buffalo Customer Service team is always ready to help the customers.

In this blog we can discuss on the topic of BUFFALO Router and How to configure Buffalo Wireless Router.

Step by step solution:-
Step 1
Connect the AirStation to the PC and power the two gadgets on.
Step 2
Launch an internet browser and enter the AirStation's IP address into the location bar. On the off chance that you don't have the foggiest idea about the AirStation's IP address, check the setup card incorporated into your AirStation's bundle, or use AirStation Configuration Tool to show it.
Step 3
Log in to Settings. The default username is "administrator" and the default secret word is "password".

Step 4
Click the "Advanced Settings" tile.

Step 5
Click on the "Security" tab on the left; at that point click on the "Access Control" subtab.

Step 6
Check Enable to empower get to control, and afterward click Add.
Step 7
In the "Objective Computer" field, enter the MAC address of a PC on the system whose Internet get to you wish to restrict. You can have up to 20 target PCs under access control.

Step 8
Scroll down to the Register area and select either "Web Access" or "No Internet Access".
Step 9
Set the begin time, end time, and day(s) for the PC's allowed access time. "0" alludes to midnight. For instance, if you set Computer A to have "Web Access" from 7:00-10:00 on Thursday and Saturday, at that point Computer A can just access the Web amid those occasions and would not have the capacity to get internet amid different occasions.

Step 10
Click Edit Permitted Access Time to spare the change.
Step 11
You can roll out extra improvements to the calendar if necessary by rehashing stages 8-11, or snap Add to wrap up.
Step 12
You will be come back to the entrance control screen, and the PC's entrance settings will be shown. Snap Apply at the base of the screen to complete the process of setting access control.

Step 13
When completed, log out of Settings and close the internet browser.

Therefore, if you have any query you can contact our RouterHelp Support .

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