1. WLAN Function Explained

    1. Access Point (AP) or Client (Station)

    2. AP Isolation

    3. Guest Mode

  2. Preparation

  3. How-to Guide

    1. AP Configuration

    2. AP Static Routing

    3. Client Subnetwork Conflict

    4. Client Configuration

    5. Client Static Routing

    6. Test

WLAN Function Explained

Access Point (AP) or Client (Station)

Except for UR75-5G, Ursalink routers/gateways with Wi-Fi module works either as AP or as the STA. Because there is only one single radio, the device cannot rebroadcast existing Wi-Fi signal, it’s not applicable to use the device as Wi-Fi booster, repeater or extender. In this case, we are going to use a UR35 to be AP and a UR75 as STA.

AP Isolation

When AP isolation is enabled, all users with access to the AP are isolated without communication with each other. This feature should be disabled for this case. 

Guest Mode

The internal network is not allowed to visit if the guest mode is enabled. This feature should be disabled for this case. 


  • UR35 with Wi-Fi module

  • UR75 with Wi-Fi module

  • 2 Laptops

How-to Guide

AP Configuration


AP Static Routing

Add a route to UR75 the client.


Client Subnetwork Conflict

Change UR75’s bridge subnet is originally, which is conflict with UR32’s WLAN. It’s avoidable by changing the bridge IP to


Client Configuration


Client Static Routing

Add a route for UR75 to help transfer routing information from its LAN to WLAN above.