The last group of settings is called Management Assistant. It offers all settings pertaining to the BR-724 as a device. The first page of this group is Admin Setup. You can set up remote access to the router’s settings, change the administrator password and schedule the device’s reboots.
Notifications about failures can be set up on the Email Alert page.
Notifications can be sent via SNMP. To set this up, go to the SNMP page.
Remote logging can be set up on the Syslog page. You can also view the integrated log and specify the parameters for setting the system time.
The Diagnostic Tools page allows testing the passage of the main types of router requests.
The Upgrade Firmware page is the last one in the list. Besides loading new firmware you can save a backup copy of the router settings or reset them to their defaults.
The settings menu has one more item, Network Info. It contains two informational pages.
A detailed description of all the settings would take a lot of space because the BR-724 offers lots of parameters for you to play with. The settings themselves are an exhaustive description of the available parameters. You may only want Telnet and SSH access to be absolutely happy.