Sagittar SGT-LD-5-23 Installation guide

SGT-LD-5-23
Quick Installation Guide
V2.1.10 October 2010
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About the Installation Guide
This Installation Guide is intended to guide a professional installer to install the SGT-LD-523. It includes procedures to assist you in avoiding unforeseen problems.
Conventions
Warning: This indicates a warning or caution that you have to abide by.
Note: This indicates an important note that you must pay attention to.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Introduction
The SGT-LD-5-23 is a high-performance outdoor-deployable radio bridge that provides
radio connectivity amongst multiple network locations. The SGT-LD-5-23 has support for
Base Station, CPE, PTP and PTMP connectivity modes. Moreover, the SGT-LD-5-23 has a
built-in 23dBi flat-panel antenna that can be used for connections in excess of 40km. With
high throughput and long-distance transmission, the SGT-LD-5-23 is an ideal backhaul
solution for Carriers, Enterprises and Service Providers.
Chapter 2 Preparation before Installation
This chapter describes safety precautions and product information that you have to know
and check before installing a SGT-LD-5-23.
Professional Installation Required
1
Please seek assistance from a professional installer who is well trained in RF and
network installation and who is knowledgeable regarding local regulations.
2
The SGT-LD-5-23 is provided through distribution to system installers who employ
services of trained professional technicians – the SGT-LD-5-23 is not sold directly
through retail stores.
Safety Precautions
To ensure your safety and install the hardware properly, please read and follow these
safety precautions.
1
If you are installing an antenna for the first time, for your safety as well as others,
please seek the assistance of a professional installer who has received safety
training on the hazards involved.
2
Keep safety as well as performance in mind when selecting your installation site,
especially where there are electric power and phone lines.
3
When installing your antenna, please note the following:
 Do not use a metal ladder;
 Do not work on a wet or windy day;
 Wear shoes with rubber soles and heels, rubber gloves, long sleeved shirt or jacket.
4
When the system is operational, avoid standing directly in front of the antenna.
Strong RF fields are present when the transmitter is on.
Installation Precautions
To keep the SGT-LD-5-23 in good condition while you are installing it (and for subsequent
high performance), please read and follow these installation precautions.
1
Users MUST use a suitable and well-installed surge arrestor and grounding kit with
SGT-LD-5-23; otherwise, random lightning can cause fatal damage to the SGT-LD5-23. EMD (Lightning) DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY.
2
Make sure that the PoE is correctly connected to the RJ-45 port on the SGT-LD-523 labelled PoE+Data. DO NOT CONNECT TO THE PORT LABELLED
“Warning!! No POE”, otherwise the SGT-LD-5-23 will be severely damaged!
Product Package
The product package you have received should contain the following items. If any of them
are not included or damaged, please contact the supplier for support.
SGT-LD-5-23 with integrated 23dBi antenna ×1
Mounting Kit ×1
PoE Injector & Power cord ×1
Grounding Wire with Screw ×1
Water Proof RJ-45 Connector Kit ×1
Quick Installation Guide ×1
Product CD ×1
Note:
Product CD contains Quick Installation Guide and User Manual!
Mounting Kit
Wall/Pole Mounting Bracket
1. T-Form Bracket
×1
2. Articulation Pole ×1
3. Pole Mount Bar
×1
Fasteners
4. M8×80 Screw
M8×90 Screw
×2
×1
5. M8 Washer ×3
6. M8 Spring Washer ×3
7. M8 Nut ×1
8. M5×16 Screw
×4
9. M5 Washer ×4
10. Wood Screw
×4 (for Wall Mount)
11. Wall/Gyprock Plug ×4 (for Wall Mount)
Waterproof RJ-45 Connector Kit
1. Gland ×1
2. Sealing Nut
3. Sealing ×1
×1
Chapter 3 System Installation
Assemble the Mounting Bracket
1
Place the main bracket into the seating and use a spanner to fasten the bracket to
the SGT-LD-5-23
with M5×16
screws and M5
washers
provided in the
hardware
packets;
2
Assemble the
main bracket by
placing articulation
pole to the T-form
bracket via a M8×90
screw through the insertion axe and fix with the M8 washer, spring washer and M8 nut;
Pole Mounting
1
Install the main bracket and the pole mount bar over the top of the pole by securing
the drill holes of the pole mount bar to the main bracket ones and insert two M8×80 screws,
spring washers and washers
through the drill holes and main
bracket;
2
Fasten two
M8×80 screws and
washers through
the drill holes and
main bracket with a
spanner;
3
Adjust the antenna for
appropriate tilt / vertical
orientation.
Connect Up
Before installing the Ethernet cable with a waterproof RJ-45 connector, it is recommended
that the Cat-5 RJ-45 cable be used for the bridge to power injector connections.
To connect to the hole labelled PoE+Data, open the black cover in advance by using a
coin or a slotted screwdriver and then screw in the body of the gland and tighten.
Slide the sealing nut to the RJ-45 cable from its middle breach and then insert the
sealing into the cable.
Slide the Sealing Nut from its Breach
Insert the RJ-45 connector and make sure that the locking tab snaps home.
Screw the sealing onto the gland and tighten.
Ground the wire
The SGT-LD-5-23 is shipped with a grounding wire. The unit must be properly grounded to
protect against power surges. The grounding point can be found on the bottom of the unit.
It is supplied with an appropriate grounding lug for attachment to the ODU (Outdoor Unit).
Power On
To power up the SGT-LD-5-23, follow the steps below:
1
Plug a user-supplied Cat-5 Ethernet cable from your wired LAN (or a computer) into
the power injector RJ-45 jack (DATA IN);
2
Plug a user-supplied Cat-5 Ethernet cable from the SGT-LD-5-23 into the power
injector RJ-45 jack (P+DATA OUT);
3
Connect the power module to the power injector and plug the AC cord into an AC
power receptacle.
4
After being powered on, the device will send out the beep sound lasting about 1.5
seconds, informing you that the SGT-LD-5-23 is powered up. Wait for about 60
seconds - the system will be initialized and start working.
Warning:
Make sure that the PoE is correctly connected to the RJ-45 port on the SGTLD-5-23 labelled PoE+Data. DO NOT connect to the port labelled “Warning!!
No POE”, otherwise the SGT-LD-5-23 will be severely damaged!
Chapter 4 Configuration
Connect the SGT-LD-5-23 to a Local Computer
If you are configuring the SGT-LD-5-23 locally (without connecting its power injector to a
wired LAN), connect a PC to the power injector’s Ethernet port using a Category 5 Ethernet
cable.
1. Assign a static IP address to your PC, which is in the same network segment as the
SGT-LD-5-23. As the default IP address of this unit is 192.168.1.1, you may choose
from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.254.
2. Test the link status between your PC and the SGT-LD-5-23. Start a command prompt
and execute a continuous ping command “ping 192.168.1.1 –t”. If pinging to the wireless
bridge is successful (as shown below), open an Internet browser and enter the bridge’s
IP address in the address bar and press Enter.
Note:
Considering convenient configuration, it is recommended to configure local
and remote SGT-LD-5-23 respectively on two computers. TTL time may
vary depending on the operating system.
How to Establish Wireless Bridge Mode
The SGT-LD-5-23 supports four operating modes, which are Base Station, CPE, Peer-toPeer (CSMA) and Peer-to-Peer (TDMA). Normally, Wireless Bridge is the standard mode
on this unit. Here, we will illustrate how to establish wireless bridge connectivity with the
SGT-LD-5-23.
Enter the user name (admin) and password (password) to login and make configuration
adjustments.
Note:
Due to the browser’s security trusted site allocation, 192.168.1.1 might not
able to be opened. You may then choose to continue to the web interface of the unit.
Open “Basic Setup” in “System”, set the IP address of two SGT-LD-5-23’s to be in the
same network segment. e.g. local SGT-LD-5-23 as 192.168.1.1 and remote SGT-LD-5-23
as 192.168.1.2 and set the IP Subnet Mask on both as 255.255.255.0.
Warning:
Each IP address must be unique within a LAN, otherwise IP collisions may occur.
Open “Radio” in “Wireless” and you will find the default operating mode is Peer-to-Peer
(CSMA). Select to use the Peer-to-Peer (CSMA) operating mode and keep the
Channel/Frequency and Bandwidth on both SGT-LD-5-23’s identical. Click “Apply” to save
settings.
Login to the Web-based interface of the remote SGT-LD-5-23, open “About” in “System”
and record its wireless MAC address.
Login to the Web-based interface of the local SGT-LD-5-23 and open “Peer-to-Peer
Setup” in “Wireless”; input the WLAN MAC address of the remote one into the “Remote
MAC Address 1” field and click “Apply”;
Warning:
The MAC address on the housing of SGT-LD-5-23 is the ETH MAC
address; therefore it cannot be used in Peer-to-Peer links. The IP
address of your PC should be in the same network segment as the one of
the bridges.
Use ping to check if the link between the two SGT-LD-5-23 is connected.
To get a better wireless connectivity, antenna alignment is strongly recommended after both
SGT-LD-5-23’s are installed a long distance apart. Login to the Web-based interface of the
local SGT-LD-5-23 and open “Peer-to-Peer Setup” in “Wireless”. Hit “Align Antenna”
button - an antenna alignment tool will pop-up. Specify the Target RSSI and click “Start” to
begin the antenna alignment.
Fix the local antenna and adjust the remote antenna elevation and horizontal direction.
During the adjustment, observe “Current RSSI” in the local SGT-LD-5-23. Fix the remote
antenna when it reaches your expected RSSI. Usually, a RSSI between -60 and -70dBm
indicates rather good signal strength.
Adjust the local antenna after fixing the remote one. During the adjustment, observe
“Current RSSI” in the remote SGT-LD-5-23. Fix the local antenna when it reaches your
expected RSSI.
Congratulations! You have completed configuration of the SGT-LD-5-23’s and they can be
put into operation. For more advanced configurations, please refer to the User manual.
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
This chapter provides troubleshooting procedures for basic problems with the SGT-LD-5-23.
Q 1. What if my SGT-LD-5-23 fails to connect to the remote one?
Ethernet Link: Check the availability of power to the bridge by observing the LED
status on the power injector - Green: The SGT-LD-5-23 is connecting to the backhaul
network. -Off: The SGT-LD-5-23 is disconnected from the wired network; check if the
power cord and Ethernet cables to the network and bridge are correctly connected.
Basic Configurations: Mismatched basic settings among bridges are the most
common cause of connectivity failure. If the bridge does not associate with a remote
bridge, check if options in each device are identical.
Security Settings: Remote bridges attempting to authenticate to your SGT-LD-5-23
must support the same security options configured in your bridge, such as WEP and
WPA (2)-PSK. If your bridge fails to associate with others, check if the security settings
are the same as your bridge settings.
Antenna Alignment: If the methods above are all checked to be correct, you can
observe and verify antenna alignment with RSSI value.
Q 2. What if I would like to reset the unit to default settings?
You may restore factory default settings in “Backup/Restore Settings” from
“Management”.
Q 3. What if I would like to backup and restore my configuration settings?
You may do the backup by generating a configuration file or retrieve the settings you
have backed up previously in “Backup/Restore Settings” from “Management”.