In order to get into the web interface of the router, you need to open AirPort – Utility. The utility is located in the Utilities – Programs folder on your Mac, or in the Start menu gt; “All programs” gt; AirPort on a Windows computer.
Launch the AirPort Utility program. Select the required device from the list and click the “Manual Setup” button.
[WIFI setup on the router]
In the AirPort utility, you need to select the tab on the top “Airport”, in the list that opens, select “Wireless Network”. We set the parameters as follows:
Wireless mode: Create a wireless network. Name of the wireless network: enter the name of the wireless network. The value in this field can not be changed. Set the checkbox: Allow this network to be expanded. Radio mode: Select the Automatic value. Select the radio channel: Select the Automatic value. Wireless security: Personal WPA / WPA2. Wireless password: You must enter any number of digits with a length of 8 to 63. They must also be remembered so that you can specify them when connected to the network. It is recommended to use the serial number of the device as the key (indicated on the box, in the form S / N ########). Confirm the password: You must re-enter the wireless password. Put a daw: remember the password in the keychain. Press the button below Refresh. “
NAT when automatically obtaining an IP address (DHCP).
In the AirPort utility, you need to select the tab on the top “Internet”, in the list that opens, select “Internet Connection”. We set the parameters as follows:
Connect via: Ethenet. IPv4 configuration: Use DHCP. Click the button to request a DHCP address. DNS servers: 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. Ethernet Wan – port: Automatic (default). General connection: General IP address. After making changes, click Refresh button.
NAT with a static IP address (without DHCP).