The last group with settings is System Setup that contains options pertaining to the router proper. On the Operation Mode page, the first one in the group, you can select the router’s operation profile: a home gateway connected to the WAN, a router on a large LAN, a wireless access point.
The Change Password page is for changing the password used to access the router’s settings.
On the Firmware Upgrade page the current firmware version is displayed. You can replace it with a newer (or older) one here as well.
On the Setting Management page you can load/unload all the router’s settings in a single file. The Factory Default page allows resetting the router’s settings to their defaults.
The last group in the main menu is called Status. It offers information about the operation of different services and of the router at large. You can perform such actions here as start a connection to your ISP, halt and unmount the USB disk, etc.
So, this web-interface is quite functional if you don’t compare it with the alternative firmware. The only downside is the lack of port forwarding and scanty setup options of the integrated FTP-server. The time correction parameters would be more appropriate in the System Setup group. Otherwise, I have no complaints about the router’s interface.