MOTOMESH DUO 2.1 4300 Users Guide

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Table
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Contents
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Chapter 1:
Product Introduction ............................................................................1-1
Infrastructure Devices........................................................................................................................................... 1-1
MOTOMESH Duo 4300 Device Specifications .............................................................................................. 1-3
Chapter 2:
Infrastructure Device Installation ...................................................... 2-10
Software Requirements....................................................................................................................................... 2-10
Wireless Management System (WMS) .......................................................................................................... 2-10
Device Web Interface Access ........................................................................................................................ 2-10
Hardware Installation Notes ............................................................................................................................... 2-11
Ports and Connections.................................................................................................................................... 2-11
Operator Supply List ...................................................................................................................................... 2-11
Optional Antennas ....................................................................................................................................................... 2-12
Antenna Support Brackets ........................................................................................................................................... 2-12
MOTOMESH Duo Antenna Weather-Proofing Procedure .......................................................................................... 2-13
MOTOMESH DUO 2.1 Infrastructure Device Labels................................................................................... 2-14
Infrastructure Device MAC Address Table ............................................................................................................ 2-14
Infrastructure Device Assembly..................................................................................................................... 2-16
Personality Plugs.......................................................................................................................................................... 2-18
Standard / Canopy Connect PoE Plug Usage Information ........................................................................................... 2-18
Reset Plug Usage Information ................................................................................................................................ 2-19
Additional Personality and Reset Plug Information................................................................................................ 2-19
BandPass Filter Usage Information.............................................................................................................................. 2-20
Infrastructure Device Deployment and Installation........................................................................................ 2-21
Grounding Considerations ........................................................................................................................................... 2-21
Assembling AC and DC Power...................................................................................................................... 2-22
US AC Power Assembly.............................................................................................................................................. 2-22
European and Australian AC Power Assembly............................................................................................................ 2-22
European and Australian DC Power Assembly............................................................................................................ 2-23
Device Connectivity Testing in WMS ......................................................................................................................... 2-23
Device Connectivity Testing without a MiSC.............................................................................................................. 2-23
Chapter 3:
Wiring Instructions ...............................................................................3-1
US Power Connector Wiring Instructions ............................................................................................................ 3-1
Part I – Power Connector Parts ......................................................................................................................................3-1
Part II – Power Cable with Flying Leads .......................................................................................................................3-2
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Part III – Power Connector and Cable Assembly Instructions .......................................................................................3-2
European Power Connector Wiring Instructions .................................................................................................. 3-5
Part I – Power Connector Parts ........................................................................................................................ 3-5
Part II – Power Cable with Flying Leads ......................................................................................................... 3-8
Part III – Power Connector and Cable Assembly Instructions ......................................................................... 3-8
Australian Wiring Instructions............................................................................................................................ 3-12
Part I – Power Connector Parts ...................................................................................................................... 3-12
Part II – Power Cable with Flying Leads ....................................................................................................... 3-14
Part III – Power Connector and Cable Assembly Instructions ....................................................................... 3-14
Chapter 4:
Accessing the Web Interface ...............................................................4-1
Starting the Web Interface .................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Initial or Backdoor Access to the 4300-xx Device and its Web Interface........................................................ 4-1
Other Access to the 4300-xx Device’s Web Interface ..................................................................................... 4-6
Chapter 5:
License Information..............................................................................5-1
Motorola End User License Agreement................................................................................................................ 5-1
Software License Terms and Conditions .............................................................................................................. 5-7
Third Party License Agreements ........................................................................................................................ 5-10
NetPerf - Copyright and License Information................................................................................................ 5-10
Hostapd - Copyright and License Information............................................................................................... 5-11
Chapter 6:
Customer Service .................................................................................6-1
Customer Service Information.............................................................................................................................. 6-1
Obtaining Support ............................................................................................................................................ 6-2
System Information........................................................................................................................................................6-2
Return Material Request ................................................................................................................................................6-2
Radio Products and Services Division ...........................................................................................................................6-3
Radio Products and Services Division Telephone Numbers.....................................................................................6-3
Returning System Components to Motorola ..................................................................................................................6-3
Returning FREs..............................................................................................................................................................6-3
Chapter 7:
Certification and Safety Information ...................................................7-1
FCC Regulatory Information ................................................................................................................................ 7-1
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement ................................................................................ 7-1
Safety Information for the MOTOMESH Products .............................................................................................. 7-2
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement................................................................................................................. 7-2
Safety Certification............................................................................................................................................... 7-2
Regulatory Requirements and Legal Notices........................................................................................................ 7-3
Regulatory Requirements for CEPT Member States (www.cept.org).............................................................. 7-3
European Union Notification ........................................................................................................................... 7-4
European Union Notification for the 5.7GHz Product ...................................................................................................7-4
Annex 6 – Instructions for use (regulatory content) MOTOMESH 2.4/5.8 GHz Radio .................................. 7-5
European Union Notification .........................................................................................................................................7-5
Equipment Disposal ......................................................................................................................................... 7-6
UK Notification................................................................................................................................................ 7-6
Belgium Notification........................................................................................................................................ 7-6
Luxembourg Notification................................................................................................................................. 7-6
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Czech Republic Notification ............................................................................................................................ 7-7
Norway Notification......................................................................................................................................... 7-7
Greece Notification .......................................................................................................................................... 7-7
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ............................................................................................................ 7-8
EU Declaration of Conformity for RoHS Compliance .................................................................................. 7-10
CMM Labeling and Disclosure Table................................................................................................................. 7-11
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MOTOMESH Duo 4300 Device..........................................................................................1-1
A MOTOMESH Duo Network Example .............................................................................1-2
Optional Antenna Support Bracket ....................................................................................2-13
MOTOMESH DUO 4300 - 49 AC and DC Device Product Labels (Samples).................2-14
MOTOMESH DUO 4300 - 58 AC and DC Device Product Labels (Samples).................2-14
MOTOMESH DUO 4300 - 54 AC and DC Device Product Label....................................2-14
Infrastructure Device Top View showing External Connection Points .............................2-16
Side View (A) of the 4300 External Connection Points.....................................................2-17
Side View (B) of the 4300 External Connection Points.....................................................2-17
‘Select’ Port and Personality plugs ....................................................................................2-18
BandPass Filter Example ...................................................................................................2-21
Initial Power Connector Package Contents ..........................................................................3-1
Required Items .....................................................................................................................3-2
Feed flying lead cable through components.........................................................................3-2
Attach flying lead cable to the plug......................................................................................3-3
Assemble plug ......................................................................................................................3-3
Arrange the components.......................................................................................................3-4
Tighten plug .........................................................................................................................3-4
Finished Power Connector and Cable Assembly .................................................................3-5
European Power Connector Front View ..............................................................................3-5
European Power Connector Side View............................................................................3-6
Top View of European Power Connector Showing Access Screw..................................3-6
Side View of Plug Showing Detail of the Stress Relief Bar ............................................3-6
Side View of Plug Contents and Plug Shell.....................................................................3-7
Initial Power Cable View.................................................................................................3-8
Side View of Plug Showing Detail of the Stress Relief Bar and Screws.........................3-8
Power cable pulled through the Plug Shell and Under the Stress Relief Bar ..................3-9
Wire Base is Not Visible on the Right Side of the Stress Relief Bar...............................3-9
Stress Relief Bar Screws................................................................................................3-10
Power Cable Designations .............................................................................................3-10
Position of the Neutral, Line, and Earth Ground Screws...............................................3-10
Correct Position of the Cable Wires Attached to the Plug.............................................3-11
Finished Plug .................................................................................................................3-11
Front View of the Australian Power Connector Plug ....................................................3-12
Side View of the Australian Power Connector Plug......................................................3-12
Front View of the Australian Power Connector Plug with Opened Sides .....................3-13
Side View of the Australian Power Connector Plug with Opened Sides.......................3-13
Inside View of the Australian Power Connector Plug ...................................................3-13
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Power Cable with Wire Designation..............................................................................3-14
Inside View Pointing out Strain Relief Bar and Screws ................................................3-14
Correct Wire Positioning on Either Side of Screw Well ...............................................3-15
Correct Position of the Cable Below the Strain Relief Bar............................................3-15
Correct Wire Attachment to the Terminal Plug .............................................................3-16
Position of Access Screw When the Plug is folded Half Way.......................................3-16
Finished Power Connector.............................................................................................3-17
Configuring a Wireless Client Adapter with a Static IP Address.........................................4-2
Creating a Profile Using a Device’s MAC Address for the SSID........................................4-3
Creating a Profile using “MOTOMESH” for the SSID .......................................................4-4
Verifying Backdoor Access by Performing a Ping ..............................................................4-4
Selecting “Continue to Website” in Internet Explorer .........................................................4-5
Logging in to the MOTOMESH Duo 2.1 4300-xx Backdoor..............................................4-5
Viewing the General Tab in the Web User Interface ...........................................................4-6
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Table 2-1
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Table 2-4
MOTOMESH Duo 4300-49 Device Specifications .............................................................1-3
MOTOMESH Duo 4300-58 Device Specifications .............................................................1-4
MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 Device Specifications .............................................................1-6
Recommended Antennas for Infrastructure Devices..........................................................2-12
Recommended Antenna Brackets for Infrastructure Devices ............................................2-12
MAC Address Table...........................................................................................................2-15
Personality and Reset Plug Information in Relation to Hardware......................................2-19
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Procedure 2-1
Procedure 2-2
Procedure 2-3
Procedure 2-4
Procedure 2-5
Procedure 2-6
Procedure 2-7
Procedure 4-1
Procedure 4-2
Antenna Weather-Proofing........................................................................................2-13
Standard/Canopy Personality Plug Usage Information .............................................2-18
Reset Plug Usage Information...................................................................................2-19
Assembling a US AC Power .....................................................................................2-22
Assembling a European or Australian AC Power .....................................................2-22
Assembling a US or European/Australian DC Power ...............................................2-23
Testing Infrastructure Device Connectivity in WMS................................................2-23
Initial or Backdoor Access to the 4300-xx Device and its Web Interface...................4-1
Other Access to the 4300-xx Web Interface:...............................................................4-6
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Chapter
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Chapter 1: Product Introduction
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This guide will provide you with technical specifications, installation guidelines, and testing
procedures for the MOTOMESH Duo 4300 infrastructure devices.
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MOTOMESH Duo 4300 Device
Infrastructure Devices
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The MOTOMESH DUO 2.1 4300 device is configured to operate as an Intelligent Access Point (IAP)
from the factory. The device is capable of being configured to operate as either an IAP or a MWR
(Mesh Wireless Router). The selection of an IAP or MWR configuration will be determined by the
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customers wireless network needs. When the MOTOMESH Duo 4300 device is configured to operate
as an IAP, it acts as the transition point from the wireless network to the wired core network. When the
MOTOMESH Duo 4300 device is configured to operate as a MWR, it behaves as a wireless device
that is primarily deployed to seed and extend the range between IAPs and Wireless Clients while
simultaneously increasing the spectral efficiency of the network. While running as a MWR device, the
Ethernet connector for the device can be utilized to connect to another IP-enabled device. This allows a
network of IP-enabled devices (such as a camera) to be directly addressed, accessed, and managed over
the MOTOMESH network.
The figure below illustrates the roles that IAP and MWR devices can hold within a MOTOMESH Duo
Network.
Figure 1-2
A MOTOMESH Duo Network Example
Switch
IAP
Wireless
Wireless
Management
System (WMS)
802.11
WMS
802.11
MWR
MWR
RADIUS
802.11
CA
802.11
802.11
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MOTOMESH Duo 4300 Device Specifications
The following specification tables apply to the MOTOMESH Duo 4300-49, 4300-54, and 4300-58
Infrastructure Devices.
Table 1-1
MOTOMESH Duo 4300-49 Device Specifications
Radio Characteristics
Primary Radio Operating Freq. (GHz)
2.400 to 2.483
Secondary Radio Operating Freq. (GHz)
4.940 to 4.990
Wi-Fi Support
802.11b/g at 2.4GHz; 802.11a at 4.9GHz
RF Modulation
CCK (802.11b) / OFDM (802.11a/g)
Receive Sensitivity for 2.4GHz
10 MHz Channel
20 MHz Channel
n/a
802.11b: -92 dBm (at 11 Mbps) to -100
dBm (at 1 Mbps)
802.11g: -78 dBm (at 54 Mbps) to -95
dBm (at 6 Mbps)
Receive Sensitivity for 4.9GHz
802.11a: -77 dBm (at 27 Mbps)
to -93 dBm (at 3 Mbps)
802.11a -78 dBm (at 54 Mbps) to -95
dBm (at 6 Mbps)
Transmit Power (Maximum)
35 dBm EIRP (2.4 GHz), 34 dBm EIRP (4.9 GHz)
Power Control
1dB increments
Antenna Type
Two (2) omni directional, 8 dBi (for 2.4 GHz Radio) and 11 dBi (for 4.9
GHz Radio)
Antenna Connector
N-Type
Routing
Routing Engine
MeshConnex™ Layer 2 routing with Layer 1 situational-awareness
Routing Protocol
Patented, hybrid proactive/reactive routing (low latency & fast route
convergence)
IEEE 802.11s Support
Upgradeable to IEEE 802.11s standard via OTA software updates
Network
Network Management Software
Wireless Management System (WMS) via secure SNMP v.3
Network Interface
10/100Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45) port. Canopy and IEEE 802.3af support
available
Network Segmentation
Multiple SSIDs with VLAN mapping
Quality of Service (QoS)
802.11e, EDCF, and IP precedence bits (ToS) supported via DSCP, 802.1P
Security
Virtual LAN (VLAN)
Supports up to sixteen (16) per node, or 4094 per network
Client Encryption Support
WEP, WPA (TKIP, AES, 802.11i) and WPA2 (TKIP, AES, 802.11i)
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Internodal Encryption
Intra-Mesh Security
Authentication
802.1X (Client)
Power
Power Input
90-264 VAC (at 47 to 63 Hz)
10.8-14VDC input, certified LPS power supply (orderable option)
Power Connector
AC power cord, 12 ft
Power Consumption
15W (with both radios operating)
22.2W (with Canopy® Connect PoE operational)
29.4W (with IEEE 802.3af Standard PoE device)
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Canopy and IEEE 802.3af support available
Physical
Dimensions
9”x 6”x 3.5” (23.1cm x 15.2cm x 8.9cm)
Weight
4.5 lbs (2.04kg)
Packaging
Outdoor, all-weather enclosure (NEMA 4)
Mounting
3” (7.62cm) diameter post mounting
Environment
Temperature Range
-30 to +60 °C
Humidity
0 to 95%, non-condensing
Certifications
FCC Part 15 & 90, UL, CSA
Available Options
Mounting
Lamp post mount bracket assembly
Power
AC photo cell adapter
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MOTOMESH Duo 4300-58 Device Specifications
Radio Characteristics
Primary Radio Operating Freq. (GHz)
2.400 to 2.483
Secondary Radio Operating Freq. (GHz)
5.725 to 5.825 (UNII-3 band)
Wi-Fi Support
802.11b/g at 2.4GHz; 802.11a at 5.8GHz
RF Modulation
CCK (802.11b) / OFDM (802.11a/g)
2.4 GHz Portion
5.8 GHz Portion
Transmit Power (Maximum)
35 dBm EIRP
34 dBm EIRP
Receive Sensitivity
802.11b: -92 dBm (at 11 Mbps)
to -100 dBm (at 1 Mbps)
802.11a: -77 dBm (at 54 Mbps) to -93
dBm (at 6 Mbps)
802.11g: -78 dBm (at 54 Mbps)
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to -95 dBm (at 6 Mbps)
Power Control
1dB increments
Antenna Type
Two (2) omni directional, 8 dBi (for 2.4 GHz Radio) and 10 dBi (for 5.8
GHz Radio)
Antenna Connector
N-Type
Routing
Routing Engine
MeshConnex Layer 2 routing with Layer 1 situational-awareness
Routing Protocol
Patented, hybrid proactive/reactive routing (low latency & fast route
convergence)
IEEE 802.11s Support
Will be upgradeable to IEEE 802.11s standard (when finalized) via OTA
software updates
Network
Network Management Software
Wireless Management System (WMS) via secure SNMP v.3
Network Interface
10/100Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45) port. Canopy and IEEE 802.3af support
available
Network Segmentation
Multiple SSIDs with VLAN mapping
Quality of Service (QoS)
802.11e, EDCF, and IP precedence bits (ToS) supported via DSCP, 802.1P
Security
Virtual LAN (VLAN)
Supports up to sixteen (16) per node, or 4094 per network
Client Encryption Support
WEP, WPA (TKIP, AES, 802.11i) and WPA2 (TKIP, AES, 802.11i)
Internodal Encryption
Intra-Mesh Security
Authentication
802.1X (Client)
Power
Power Requirements
90-264 VAC (at 47 to 63 Hz)
10.8-14VDC input, certified LPS power supply (orderable option)
Power Connector
Power Consumption
AC power cord, 12 ft
15W (with both radios operating)
22.2W (with Canopy® Connect PoE operational)
29.4W (with IEEE 802.3af Standard PoE device)
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Canopy and IEEE 802.3af support available
Physical
Dimensions
9”x 6”x 3.5” (23.1cm x 15.2cm x 8.9cm)
Weight
4.5 lbs (2.04kg)
Packaging
Outdoor, all-weather enclosure (NEMA 4)
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Mounting
3" (7.62cm) diameter post mounting
Environment
Temperature Range
-30 to +60 °C
Humidity
0 to 95%, non-condensing
Certifications
FCC Part 15 & 90, UL, CSA
Available Options
Mounting
Lamp post mount bracket assembly
Power
AC photo cell adapter
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MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 Device Specifications
Radio Characteristics
Primary Radio Operating Freq. (GHz)
2.400 to 2.483
Secondary Radio Operating Freq. (GHz)
5.47 to 5.725 (ETSI – Band B)
Wi-Fi Support
802.11b/g at 2.4GHz; 802.11a at 5.4GHz
RF Modulation
CCK (802.11b) / OFDM (802.11a/g)
2.4 GHz Portion
5.4 GHz Portion
Output Power (Maximum)
35 dBm EIRP
34 dBm EIRP
Receive Sensitivity
802.11b: -92 dBm (at 11 Mbps)
to -100 dBm (at 1 Mbps)
802.11a: -77 dBm (at 54 Mbps) to -93
dBm (at 6 Mbps)
802.11g: -78 dBm (at 54 Mbps)
to -95 dBm (at 6 Mbps)
Power Control
1dB increments
Antenna Type
Two (2) omni directional, 8 dBi (for 2.4 GHz Radio) and 10 dBi (for 5.4
GHz Radio)
Antenna Connector
N-Type
Routing
Routing Engine
MeshConnex Layer 2 routing with Layer 1 situational-awareness
Routing Protocol
Patented, hybrid proactive/reactive routing (low latency & fast route
convergence)
IEEE 802.11s Support
Will be upgradeable to IEEE 802.11s standard (when finalized) via OTA
software updates
Network
Network Management Software
Wireless Management System (WMS) via secure SNMP v.3
Network Interface
10/100Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45) port. Canopy and IEEE 802.3af support
available
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Network Segmentation
Multiple SSIDs with VLAN mapping
Quality of Service (QoS)
802.11e, EDCF, and IP precedence bits (ToS) supported via DSCP, 802.1P
Security
Virtual LAN (VLAN)
Supports up to sixteen (16) per node, or 4094 per network
Client Encryption Support
WEP, WPA (TKIP, AES, 802.11i) and WPA2 (TKIP, AES, 802.11i)
Internodal Encryption
Intra-Mesh Security
Authentication
802.1X (Client)
Power
Power Requirements
90-264 VAC (with variation at 47 to 63 Hz)
10.8-14VDC input, certified LPS power supply (orderable option)
Power Connector
AC power cord, 12 ft
Power Consumption
15W (with both radios operating at 50% duty cycle)
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Canopy and IEEE 802.3af support available
Physical
Dimensions
9”x 6”x 3.5” (23.1cm x 15.2cm x 8.9cm)
Weight
4.5 lbs (2.04kg)
Packaging
Outdoor, all-weather enclosure (NEMA 4)
Mounting
3" (7.62cm) diameter post mounting
Environment
Temperature Range
-30 to +60 °C
Humidity
0 to 95%, non-condensing
Certifications
FCC Part 15 & 90, UL, CSA
Available Options
Mounting
Lamp post mount bracket assembly
Power
AC photo cell adapter
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Chapter 2: Infrastructure Device
Installation
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This chapter will provide hardware and software installation information for the MOTOMESH DUO
4300 Infrastructure Device.
Software Requirements
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The MOTOMESH DUO 2.1 4300 infrastructure devices can be setup and configured using the
Wireless Management System (WMS) or the Web Interface utility.
Wireless Management System (WMS)
The Wireless Management System (WMS) is used for device setup, configuration, and management of
MOTOMESH infrastructure devices. Prior to using WMS for device installation and configuration,
ensure that it is installed and running on a network computer. WMS will be used during the device
setup process to discover, validate device installation, as well as manage devices within the wireless
network.
Detailed information about WMS is available in the WMS Users Guide and in the WMS Administration
Guide.
Device Web Interface Access
Initial configuration and management of MOTOMESH Duo 2.x infrastructure devices can also be
carried out using the Web Interface utility. The Web Interface is designed to support the setup and
configuration of smaller MOTOMESH Duo 2.x networks. It can be used as an alternative to WMS
during the initial setup and configuration of MOTOMESH Duo 2.x infrastructure devices. The
application uses standard elements of a Web-based interface to allow the user to configure the basic
parameters of network management elements required to successfully deploy a MOTOMESH Duo 2.x
network using the navigation menu displayed on each page.
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Additional information about the Web Interface utility can be found in the MOTOMESH Duo 2.1 Web
Interface Users Guide.
Hardware Installation Notes
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For a MOTOMESH Duo 2.1 deployment, a permanent power source for each MOTOMESH Duo 4300
device must be provided. All infrastructure devices require professional installation to ensure that the
installation is performed in accordance with FCC licensing regulations
Infrastructure devices are fitted with a single pivot mounting bracket designed to be attached to light
poles and other probable installation sites. Alternate mounting hardware is available for mounting
directly to posts or structures that are too large for the standard bracket. Optional remote antenna
mount hardware is also available for use with the alternate mounting hardware.
Ports and Connections
The following list defines the standard ports and connections for the MOTOMESH Duo 4300 device
running in either the IAP or MWR modes.
•
100-240V A/C Power Cable with flying leads
•
One non Power over Ethernet (PoE) Ethernet port
•
One Power over Ethernet (PoE) capable port supporting
o
Standards based 802.3af PoE (must use with a white personality plug, sold
separately)
o
Canopy Connect PoE Mounting Bracket (must use with a black personality
plug., sold separately)
An optional personality plug must be used if the PoE port will be utilized. See
Procedure 2-2 for information on how to use this type of personality plug. See
Figure 2-8 to view a graphic of the available personality plugs.
Operator Supply List
The Network Operator must supply the following equipment:
•
Mounting Location
•
Power Source (100-240 VAC depending on IAP configuration)
•
Ethernet connection between the IAP and MiSC.
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Optional Antennas
The antennas listed below are recommended for use with infrastructure devices.
Table 2-1
Recommended Antennas for Infrastructure Devices
Motorola Part No.
Antenna Type
8571327H01
2.4 GHZ OMNI ANTENNA 8 DBI
RAN4054A
2.4 GHZ DOWNTILT ANTENNA 8DBI
8563328B02
2.4GHZ LOW POWER OMNI ANTENNA 6DBI
8563328B03
2.4GHZ LOW POWER OMNI ANTENNA 4DBI
8563339B01
5.8GHZ LOW POWER OMNI ANTENNA 6DBI
8571328H01
5.8 GHZ OMNI ANTENNA 10 DBI
RAN4019A
4.9GHZ OMNI ANTENNA 11DBI
RAN4044A
5.4GHZ OMNI ANTENNA 10DBI
Antenna Support Brackets
Currently there are two optional brackets. See the list in the table below.
Table 2-2
Recommended Antenna Brackets for Infrastructure Devices
Motorola Part No.
Antenna Bracket
0763325A01
ANTENNA SUPPORT BRACKET
0163303A10
CANOPY BRACKET ASSEMBLY
An optional support bracket (Figure 2-1, Motorola Part Number 0763325A01) can be ordered to
stabilize the antennas when a network device is mounted horizontally.
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Figure 2-1
Optional Antenna Support Bracket
MOTOMESH Duo Antenna Weather-Proofing Procedure
Use the procedure below to properly apply the weather-proofing mastic rubber tape supplied with your
MOTOMESH Duo shipment to all N-Type Antenna Mounts for all MOTOMESH Duo Intelligent
Access Point (IAP) and Mesh Wireless Router (MWR) units.
Procedure 2-1 Antenna Weather-Proofing
1
Install the antenna on the 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz N-Type connector.
2
Use mastic rubber tape to wrap the antenna base, paying particular attention not to cover antenna vents (if
present). If it is a sealed antenna, cover any joints.
o
Apply in half-lapped layers with enough tension (or stretch) to conform to the object
being wrapped.
o
Always use a minimum of two half-lapped layers with the last layer wrapped in a more
relaxed manner.
o
Apply with no tension on the last wrap to prevent end lift. The last 1 inch to 2 inches
should be allowed to relax before thumbing down to avoid flagging.
3
Wrap mastic rubber tape with friction tape
4
Wrap friction tape with electrical tape.
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MOTOMESH DUO 2.1 Infrastructure Device Labels
The MOTOMESH Duo 2.1 4300 device product labels are shown in the figures below.
Figure 2-2
MOTOMESH DUO 4300 - 49 AC and DC Device Product Labels (Samples)
Figure 2-3
MOTOMESH DUO 4300 - 58 AC and DC Device Product Labels (Samples)
Figure 2-4
MOTOMESH DUO 4300 - 54 AC and DC Device Product Label
(Samples for European Use only)
Infrastructure Device MAC Address Table
The MAC address for each device is recorded on a device enclosure label, see Figure 2-6.
For your own records it may be helpful to keep a list of all of your device MAC addresses, either here
or in another format prior to deployment.
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Table 2-3
IAP or MWR
MAC Address Table
Device Name
Ethernet MAC Address
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Infrastructure Device Assembly
Figure 2-5 shows the external connection points for a MOTOMESH Duo 4300-58 device. The figure
below it shows some examples of optional personality plugs (Black – Canopy Connect PoE, and
Standards based 802.3 af PoE White). For Personality Plug usage information, see the Personality
Plugs section in this chapter. A red Hardware Reset Plug (not shown below) is also available and is
used to reset a 4300 device back to its factory default configuration. For Reset Plug usage information,
please see the section entitled Reset Plug Usage Information.
Figure 2-5
Infrastructure Device Top View showing External Connection Points
N-Type Antenna
N-Type
(5.8)
N-TypeinAntenna
Antenna
(5.8)
(available
4.9, 5.4, or
5.8 GHz)
N-Type Antenna
(2.4)
Gore Vent
A
B
Primary Ethernet Port
Power ON
Indicator Light
An optional External
Personality Plug is
connected here
ONLY if the
Standards based
802.3af PoE or
Canopy PoE (option)
is purchased. If
neither PoE is
purchased, the port
will be covered.
Ethernet Port
Power
Device Hinges
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Figure 2-6
Side View (A) of the 4300 External Connection Points
Device
MAC
Address
Select Port
(Used for
Personality Plug)
showing port
cover when a
plug is NOT
attached.
The PoE port is always protected by a rubber port cover. An optional External
Personality Plug may be connected to this port if purchased separately. For
Personality Plug usage information see the Personality Plugs section.
Figure 2-7
Side View (B) of the 4300 External Connection Points
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Personality Plugs
There are three available color coded personality plugs that can be attached to the select port.
•
Canopy Connect Part # 286335B001 (Black) – If a black plug is attached to the
‘Select’ port Motorola Canopy based PoE to power Canopy Subscriber Modules will be
sourced on the POE OPT port.
•
Standard PoE Part # 363344B01 (White) - If a white plug is attached to the ‘Select’
port 802.3af standards based PoE will be sourced on the POE OPT port.
•
Reset Part # 3863343B01 (Red) – If a red plug is attached to the ‘Select’ port the
MOTOMESH Duo device will be reset to factory defaults.
Figure 2-8
‘Select’ Port and Personality plugs
Standard / Canopy Connect PoE Plug Usage Information
Procedure 2-2 Standard/Canopy Personality Plug Usage Information
1
With the MOTOMESH Duo device powered off, connect an external PoE device to the POE OPT
port with the Ethernet cable provided.
2
Connect the Canopy Connect or Standards based 802.3af PoE Personality Plug to the ‘Select’
Port (shown above) AFTER the Ethernet cable has been connected to the desired external
device.
3
Apply power to the MOTOMESH Duo device.
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Reset Plug Usage Information
An optional Red Hardware Reset Plug (looks like a red personality plug, not shown above) is used to
reset a 4300-xx device back to its factory default configuration. See procedure below.
Procedure 2-3 Reset Plug Usage Information
1
While the device is Powered ON and fully operational, connect the Red Reset Plug to the device’s Select
port.
2
The Reset Plug must be inserted for about 5 seconds and then MUST be promptly removed.
3
Do NOT do anything else to the device. After the Reset Plug is removed, device will automatically reboot
without further user intervention. After the reboot is complete, the device will restart in the factory default
configuration.
1. The Reset Plug must be removed promptly or it may cause BOOT
ROM corruption and the device will need to be returned to Motorola
for service.
2. DO NOT reboot the device or recycle the power while the Reset
Plug is attached.
Additional Personality and Reset Plug Information
The following table contains function and usage information for the available Personality and Reset
Plugs in relation to MOTOMESH Duo 1.1 and MOTOMESH Duo 2.0 hardware.
Table 2-4
Personality
Plug Type
Canopy
Connect PoE
Adapter
Personality and Reset Plug Information in Relation to Hardware
Plug
Color
Black
Part #
RLN6342A
Function
Usage
Enables
MOTOMESH /
DUO IAP's to
send voltage
(24 Volts DC)
across the PoE
Ethernet
connection to
power a colocated Canopy
PoE device.
Screw the plug
firmly onto the
connector labeled
“Select” on any
MOTOMESH 1.1 or
Duo 2.0 IAP. Plug
must stay
permanently
connected to
function.
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with
1.1
hardware
Function
Enabled
If used
with
2.0
hardware
Function
Enabled
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Personality
Plug Type
Plug
Color
Standard PoE
Adapter
Grey
Standard PoE
Adapter
White
Hardware Reset
Plug
Red
Part #
Function
Usage
RLN6343A
Enables
MOTOMESH
1.1 only
devices to send
standard IEEE
802.3af PoE
voltage (48 Volts
DC) across the
PoE Ethernet
connection to a
standard PoE
enabled device.
Screw the plug
firmly onto the
connector labeled
“Select” on
MOTOMESH 1.1
(IAP/MWR) devices
only. Plug must
stay permanently
connected to
function.
3863344B01
Enables all
MOTOMESH
and DUO
devices to send
standard IEEE
802.3af PoE
voltage (48 Volts
DC) across the
PoE Ethernet
connection to a
standard PoE
enabled device.
Screw the plug
firmly onto the
connector labeled
“Select” on any
MOTOMESH 1.1 or
2.0 device. Plug
must stay
permanently
connected to
function.
Performs a
hardware reset
on 2.0
hardware which
restores the
devices back to
factory default
settings.
Screw the plug
firmly onto the
connector labeled
“Select” on any 2.0
device. Wait 5
seconds and then
remove the plug to
automatically
perform a factory
reset and reboot
the device. Plug
must be removed
to complete this
process.
3863343B01
If used
with
1.1
hardware
If used
with
2.0
hardware
Function
Enabled
No effect
Function
Enabled
Function
Enabled
No effect
Function
Enabled
BandPass Filter Usage Information
An optional BandPass filter (see graphic below) should be used when running a MOTOMESH DUO
device together with Canopy while operating in the 4.9, 5.4, or 5.8GHz range.
The specific 4.9, 5.4, or 5.8 BandPass filter attaches to the applicable 4.9, 5.4, and 5.8 antenna socket,
positioned between the unit and the antenna.
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Figure 2-9
BandPass Filter Example
Infrastructure Device Deployment and Installation
MOTOMESH devices require professional installation to ensure that the installation is performed in
accordance with Motorola installation standards. All common precautions for grounding and
electrostatic discharge protection should be observed during deployment and installation.
To eliminate risk of electric shock, DO NOT connect/disconnect cables while units are
energized.
Observe the following additional guidelines when deploying fixed Infrastructure devices:
•
The MOTOMESH Duo 4300 device may be mounted on a pole having a diameter of 13.5 inches, utilizing the provided brackets.
•
The antenna must have a separation distance of at least 2 meters from the body of all
persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna
or transmitter.
•
Users and installers must be provided with antenna installation and transmitter operating
conditions to satisfy RF exposure compliance.
•
When deploying the MOTOMESH Duo 4300 device, the antenna(s) should be a
minimum of 30 inches from any nearby metal poles to avoid distortion of the RF pattern.
•
The installation location must provide power to the MOTOMESH DUO 4300 Device.
•
It is the responsibility of the Network Operator to ensure that the installation complies
with any local building codes and permits.
Grounding Considerations
In order for a grounding system to be effective, a low impedance path to earth ground must be present.
The grounding system must have conductors of sufficient size to withstand the high fault currents that
must be shunted along this path. The lower the impedance the grounding system displays, the better its
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Light Industrial/Commercial. Type A-Light Duty sites have impedance requirements of 25 ohms or
less to ground whereas Type B- Light Industrial/Commercial sites have impedance requirements of
less than 5 ohms to ground. MOTOMESH networks fall into the Type B-Light Industrial/Commercial
category, and therefore must be treated with greater considerations as far as grounding requirements
are concerned.
Since Type B grounding requirements stipulate 5 ohms or less impedance to earth ground, things such
as soil pH, type of grounding rods, size of conductors, and ground enhancing materials must be taken
into account to achieve this goal. To verify the impedance requirements are met, a special
Earth/Ground Resistance Tester (megohmmeter) may be necessary.
•
If the MOTOMESH Duo 4300 Device product is attached to a light arm and the
attachment point meets the Type B grounding requirements, then the grounding stud
attachment point is not required to be used.
To avoid damage to the equipment, adequate grounding for all MOTOMESH Duo
4300 devices is mandatory.
Assembling AC and DC Power
Use the following procedures to assemble a MOTOMESH Duo 4300 Device with AC or DC power.
Additional AC power cable Wiring Instructions are detailed in Chapter 3 of this users guide.
US AC Power Assembly
Procedure 2-4 Assembling a US AC Power
1
Place the brackets at the desired position on the pole.
2
Adjust the position of the box so that the antenna connectors are positioned vertically. Align the antennas
with the N-type connectors on the box and rotate to close.
3
Insert the cable into the external Ethernet port and tighten the connector to ensure a weatherproof seal.
4
Insert the Power Plug into the 4-pin connector.
European and Australian AC Power Assembly
Procedure 2-5 Assembling a European or Australian AC Power
1
Place the brackets at the desired position on the pole.
2
Adjust the position of the box so that the antenna connectors are positioned vertically. Align the antennas
with the N-type connectors on the box and rotate to close.
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3
Insert the cable into the external Ethernet port and tighten the connector to ensure a weatherproof seal.
4
Insert the Power Plug into the 3-pin connector.
European and Australian DC Power Assembly
Procedure 2-6 Assembling a US or European/Australian DC Power
1
Place the brackets at the desired position on the pole.
2
Adjust the position of the box so that the antenna connectors are positioned vertically. Align the antennas
with the N-type connectors on the box and rotate to close.
3
Insert the cable into the external Ethernet port and tighten the connector to ensure a weatherproof seal.
4
Identify a certified LPS power supply capable of 10.8-14VDC.
5
Locate the custom power cable provided. Attach cable to unit and tighten the connector to ensure a
weatherproof seal.
6
If the cable has 3 wires, (Red/Black/Green-Yellow. Part number 3063357B01), connect RED to Power,
Black to Ground and Green-Yellow to Chassis Ground.
OR
If the cable has 4 wires, (Black/White/Red/Green, Part number 3071331H01), Black is not connected.
Connect the Red wire to power, White wire to Ground, and the Green wire to Chassis Ground.
Device Connectivity Testing in WMS
Use Procedure 2-7 to verify device connectivity only after a MiSC has been setup on the network, and
an infrastructure device has been added or discovered using the Wireless Management System (WMS).
Procedure 2-7 Testing Infrastructure Device Connectivity in WMS
1
Apply power to the device, the device should be operational in 60 to 120 seconds
2
Obtain the 802.11 MAC addresses for the devices that were recorded in the MAC Address Table earlier
in this manual. The address will be in the following format: xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx.
3
Within the Wireless Management System (WMS), select a device or several devices from the Inventory
panel.
4
Right-click and choose the ping selection from the right-click menu.
5
Check for a successful response to the Ping command for each tested device. Each successful response to
a ping command will verify connectivity to the device (IAP or MWR).
6
Repeat steps 1-5 for additional IAP or MWR devices.
Device Connectivity Testing without a MiSC
If your wireless network setup does not include a MiSC, you can still test device connectivity by
issuing a PING command from a command prompt. Each successful response to a ping command will
verify connectivity to a device (IAPs or MWRs).
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The following instructions describe how to assemble an AC power connector to a power cable’s flying
leads for US, Europe, and Australia.
US Power Connector Wiring Instructions
The following instructions describe how to assemble the US enclosed power connector to the
power cable’s flying leads.
Part I – Power Connector Parts
1. Initial Power Connector Package contents are shown in the graphic below. Only the items that will
actually be used in these instructions are labeled.
Figure 3-1
Initial Power Connector Package Contents
Discard
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Figure 3-2
Required Items
Part II – Power Cable with Flying Leads
2. The initial Power Cable will have four wires, cut the Red Wire back, as it is not used.
Figure 3-3
Feed flying lead cable through components
NOTE: Be sure to cut the RED WIRE Back as it in not used
Part III – Power Connector and Cable Assembly Instructions
3. Place the Connector parts over the Power Cable as shown below.
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Figure 3-4
4.
Attach flying lead cable to the plug
Attach the cable wires to the terminal plug in the following way:
•
Cut Back the Red Wire
•
Insert the Green Wire into the green color lug and tighten.
•
Insert the Black Wire into the Bronze color lug and tighten.
•
Insert the White Wire into the Silver color lug and tighten.
Figure 3-5
Assemble plug
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5. Insert Plug Terminal into Connector Body and tighten.
Figure 3-6
Arrange the components
Figure 3-7
Tighten plug
6. The finished power connector and cable assembly will look like the image shown below.
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Figure 3-8
Finished Power Connector and Cable Assembly
European Power Connector Wiring Instructions
The following instructions describe how to assemble the enclosed power connector to the power
cable’s flying leads.
Part I – Power Connector Parts
1. The (out-of-the-box) European power connector along with its power assignment is
shown in the graphics below.
Figure 3-9
European Power Connector Front View
NEUTRAL
EARTH GROUND
(Opening)
LINE
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Figure 3-10
European Power Connector Side View
NEUTRAL
Access
Screw
EARTH GROUND
(Opening)
LINE
2. Loosen the Access Screw on the plug and pull-out the plug contents.
Figure 3-11
Top View of European Power Connector Showing Access Screw
Access Screw
3. After pulling out the Plug Contents, place the plug on its side. The Strain Relief Bar
section of the plug should be facing you, as shown in the graphics below.
Figure 3-12
Side View of Plug Showing Detail of the Stress Relief Bar
NEUTRAL
Strain Relief Bar
LINE
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Figure 3-13
Side View of Plug Contents and Plug Shell
Plug Contents
Plug Shell
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Access Screw
(Not visible in this
graphic, it is on the
opposite side of
the plug.)
Chapter 3: Wiring Instructions
Part II – Power Cable with Flying Leads
1. The initial Power Cable will have three wires: Brown (Line), Green (Ground), and Blue
(Neutral).
Figure 3-14
Initial Power Cable View
BROWN Wire is Line
BLUE Wire is Neutral
GREEN Wire is Earth Ground
Part III – Power Connector and Cable Assembly Instructions
1. Loosen the Strain Relief Screws on the plug.
Figure 3-15
Side View of Plug Showing Detail of the Stress Relief Bar and Screws
Strain Relief Bar Screws (2)
Strain Relief Bar
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2. Pull the three wires through the rear of the plug until they are visible in front of the plug.
Figure 3-16
Power cable pulled through the Plug Shell and Under the Stress Relief Bar
3. Press the wire base under the Strain Relief Bar so that the main cable is not visible on the
other side of it.
Figure 3-17
Wire Base is Not Visible on the Right Side of the Stress Relief Bar
4. Tighten the two Strain Relief Bar Screws to lock the cable in place.
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Figure 3-18
Stress Relief Bar Screws
Strain Relief Bar Screws (2)
5. Spread out the three wires, so that the Blue wire is on the right side, the Brown wire is on
the left hand side, and the Green wire is in the center.
Figure 3-19
Power Cable Designations
Brown
Wire is
Line
GREEN
Wire is
Ground
Blue Wire
is Neutral
6. Loosen the Neutral, Line, and Earth Ground Screws.
Figure 3-20
Position of the Neutral, Line, and Earth Ground Screws
Line
Screw
Ground
Screw
(behind
plate)
Neutral
Screw
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7. Spread out the three wires, so that the Blue wire is on the right side, the Brown wire is on
the left hand side, and the Green wire is in the center.
8. Attach the cable wires to the terminal plug in the following way:
Figure 3-21
Correct Position of the Cable Wires Attached to the Plug.
Insert the Green Wire into
the Ground lug and tighten.
Insert the Green Wire into
the Ground lug and tighten.
Insert the Blue Wire into the
Neutral lug and tighten.
9. Fold the plug back into a closed position and turn the plug to show the access screw. Tighten
the Access Screw on the plug to lock the plug assembly in place.
Figure 3-22
Finished Plug
Access Screw
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Australian Wiring Instructions
The following instructions describe how to assemble the enclosed power connector to the power cable’s
flying leads.
Part I – Power Connector Parts
1. The (out-of-the-box) Australian power connector plug along with its power assignment is
shown in the graphics below.
Figure 3-23
Front View of the Australian Power Connector Plug
Front View
GROUND
LINE
NEUTRAL
Figure 3-24
Side View of the Australian Power Connector Plug
Side View - showing an access
GROUND
NEUTRAL
LINE
Access Screw
2. Loosen the Access Screw on the plug until its contents are accessible, as shown in the
graphics below.
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Figure 3-25
Front View of the Australian Power Connector Plug with Opened Sides
Access Screw
Figure 3-26
Side View of the Australian Power Connector Plug with Opened Sides
Access Screw
3. Place the plug down with its contents open and facing up. The Strain Relief section of the
plug should be on the left hand side, as shown in the graphic below.
Figure 3-27
Inside View of the Australian Power Connector Plug
GROUND
Access Screw
LINE
NEUTRAL
Strain Relief Section (2 screws)
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Part II – Power Cable with Flying Leads
1. The initial Power Cable will have three wires: Brown (Line), Blue (Neutral), and
Green/Yellow (Ground/Earth).
Figure 3-28
Power Cable with Wire Designation
Brown Wire is Line
Blue Wire is Neutral
GREEN/Yellow Wire is Earth
Part III – Power Connector and Cable Assembly Instructions
2. Loosen the Strain Relief Screws on the plug.
Figure 3-29
Inside View Pointing out Strain Relief Bar and Screws
Strain Relief Bar
Strain Relief Screws
3. Place the three wires under the Strain Relief Bar and pull through. Allow the Blue and
Green Wire to pull through on the left side of the Screw Well and the Brown Wire to pull
through on the right hand side of the Screw Well.
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Figure 3-30
Correct Wire Positioning on Either Side of Screw Well
Screw Well
Strain Relief Bar
4. Press the wire base against the plug so that the wires are pulled through and the cable
fits snugly at the base of the plug. Tighten the two Strain Relief Screws to lock the cable
in place. See the graphic below for an example of the desired effect.
Figure 3-31
Correct Position of the Cable Below the Strain Relief Bar
Screw Well
Strain Relief
Screws
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5. Attach the cable wires to the terminal plug in the following way.
Figure 3-32
Correct Wire Attachment to the Terminal Plug
GREEN
Wire is
Earth
Ground
Brown
Wire is
Line
Blue
Wire is
Neutral
•
Insert the Green Wire into the top (Ground) lug and tighten.
•
Insert the Blue Wire into the Bottom Left (Neutral) lug and tighten.
•
Insert the Brown Wire into the Bottom Right (Line) lug and tighten.
6. Fold the plug back into a closed position and tighten the Access Screw on the plug to
lock it.
Figure 3-33
Position of Access Screw When the Plug is folded Half Way
Access Screw
7. The finished power connector and cable assembly will look like the images shown
below:
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Figure 3-34
Finished Power Connector
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Chapter 4: Accessing the Web
Interface
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This chapter includes information about how to:
- Access a device’s backdoor (or initial access) using its Web Interface
- Access the web interface through other means
Starting the Web Interface
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.
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By default, all MOTOMESH Duo devices are configured as Intelligent Access Points (IAPs). Before
initializing the Web Interface, apply power to the network device to be configured. Use the standard
Windows Network Connections dialogs to configure the IP Address for the device to the Web
Interface.
Using an Ethernet cable or wireless card, use a Web browser to navigate to the Web Interface. Access
to the Web Interface requires a Username and Password. The default Username is Admin and default
Password is 5up. See the section below for device access details.
Initial or Backdoor Access to the 4300-xx Device and its Web
Interface
The following procedure allows backdoor access to a 4300-xx device after it has been deployed and
for an unexplained reason there is a problem accessing it via WMS or the Web Interface.
•
The Duo 2.1 4300-xx default IP address is 192.168.1.1
•
The DUO backdoor can only be accessed by a client card across the 2.4 GHz wireless radio
Procedure 4-1 Initial or Backdoor Access to the 4300-xx Device and its Web Interface
1.
Configure a wireless client adapter with a static IP address as indicated below.
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Figure 4-1
Configuring a Wireless Client Adapter with a Static IP Address
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2.
From a client card utility establish a profile as indicated below. Please read the Important
note below prior to creating a profile. See Figure 2-2 and 2-3 for SSID entry examples.
NOTE: User must specify the SSID manually, read the Important note below. The reason for
the manual entry is because the DUO backdoor access SSID is suppressed.
Please note that if a 2.1 firmware device has been upgraded from a previous
version of 2.0 firmware (Ex: 9.0.51) the previous Web Recovery VAP SSID and
client VAP SSIDs will be preserved. If the upgraded device is then reset back to
factory defaults, the previous default SSID values for the Web Recovery VAP and
client VAPs will be changed to the new 2.1 firmware defaults. The new factory
default SSID value for the Web Recovery VAP is the unique Ethernet MAC
address as found on the device label. The new factory default SSID values for the
client VAP SSIDs are "MOTOMESH-1", "MOTOMESH-2", etc.
When a 4300-xx device (running 2.1 firmware - Ex: 9.1.44 or above) is reset to
factory settings (from a device's Web Interface or WMS), the SSID of VAP 15
operating in 802.11 b/g (the default web recovery VAP) will be changed to
the Ethernet MAC Address (as listed on the device label) of that device (all
CAPS and separated by colons). The SSID of all other VAPs operating in 802.11
b/g or 802.11 a will be changed to MOTOMESH - <VAP index>.
Figure 4-2
Creating a Profile Using a Device’s MAC Address for the SSID
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Figure 4-3
3.
You should now be connected to the backdoor VAP (Virtual Access Point). Verify by
attempting to ping the MOTOMESH Duo 2.1 4300-xx Device’s default IP.
Figure 4-4
4.
Creating a Profile using “MOTOMESH” for the SSID
Verifying Backdoor Access by Performing a Ping
Disable all Internet Explorer proxy settings on your computer. NOTE: If you experience
difficulties connecting to the web page, you might also consider disabling any pop-up
blockers or client firewall utilities, ie: BlackIce.
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5.
Open Internet Explorer and enter the following into the address field: https://192.168.1.1
6.
Select Continue to website
Figure 4-5
7.
Selecting “Continue to Website” in Internet Explorer
Enter Username and Password Information. The default User name is Admin and the
Password is 5up.
Figure 4-6
Logging in to the MOTOMESH Duo 2.1 4300-xx Backdoor
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8.
You should now see the General tab of the web-interface
Figure 4-7
Viewing the General Tab in the Web User Interface
Other Access to the 4300-xx Device’s Web Interface
After the 4300-xx device has been established on a wireless network (via the device’s web interface or
WMS) AND the device is running properly (without any connection problems), its web interface can
be accessed via its assigned IP address (DHCP or static).
Procedure 4-2 Other Access to the 4300-xx Web Interface:
1. Connect to your network as usual.
2. Find the correct IP address of the 4300-xx device that you wish to access. You can find the device’s
IP address in WMS (if this is what you purchased) or another source that you chose to use (if device
has static IP address).
3. Open Internet Explorer and enter the IP address of the desired device using https. Be sure to precede
the address with https and not the usual http.
4. When the security login window displays on screen, enter the Username and Password Information.
The default username is Admin and the password is 5up unless the administrator changed it to
something else. Check with your administrator.
5. You should now see the 4300-xx device web interface.
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Chapter 5: License Information
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Software License Terms and Conditions
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Cost of mediation will be shared equally. Nothing in this Section will prevent either party from
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others.
General. Illinois law governs this license. The terms of this license are supplemental to any written
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under it, and supersedes all previous oral or written communications between us regarding the subject
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an officer or other authorized representative of each party. If any provision is held invalid, all other
provisions shall remain valid, unless such invalidity would frustrate the purpose of our agreement. The
failure of either party to enforce any rights granted hereunder or to take action against the other party
in the event of any breach hereunder shall not be deemed a waiver by that party as to subsequent
enforcement of rights or subsequent action in the event of future breaches.
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Third Party License Agreements
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The following section lists the respective copyright owners and the associated license information for
portions of Open Source code or other third party licenses that may be included in Motorola’s
MOTOMESH Duo Product line.
NetPerf - Copyright and License Information
Copyright (C) 1993,1994,1995 Hewlett-Packard Company
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The enclosed software and documentation includes copyrighted works of
Hewlett-Packard Co. For as long as you comply with the following
limitations, you are hereby authorized to (i) use, reproduce, and
modify the software and documentation, and to (ii) distribute the
software and documentation, including modifications, for
non-commercial purposes only.
1. The enclosed software and documentation is made available at no
charge in order to advance the general development of
high-performance networking products.
2. You may not delete any copyright notices contained in the
software or documentation. All hard copies, and copies in
source code or object code form, of the software or
documentation (including modifications) must contain at least
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to testing and quality control and is not a Hewlett-Packard Co.
product. At a future time, Hewlett-Packard Co. may or may not
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HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE USE,
REPRODUCTION, MODIFICATION OR DISTRIBUTION OF THE SOFTWARE OR
DOCUMENTATION WILL NOT INFRINGE A THIRD PARTY'S INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY RIGHTS. HP DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SOFTWARE OR
DOCUMENTATION IS ERROR FREE. HP DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS AND IMPLIED, WITH REGARD TO THE SOFTWARE AND THE
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5. HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY WILL NOT IN ANY EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING LOST PROFITS) RELATED TO ANY USE, REPRODUCTION,
MODIFICATION, OR DISTRIBUTION OF THE SOFTWARE OR DOCUMENTATION
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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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Alternatively, this software may be distributed under the terms of BSD
license:
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
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1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
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2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
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3. Neither the name(s) of the above-listed copyright holder(s) nor the
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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
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THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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6
Chapter 6: Customer Service
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This chapter provides information about how to obtain customer service support from Motorola and
describes the type of information you should have available prior to making the support call.
Customer Service Information
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If you have read this document and made every effort to resolve installation or operation issues
yourself and still require help, please contact your regional Motorola support representatives
USA
Motorola System Support Center (SSC) using the following contact information:
Phone: 800-221-7144
Hours of Operation: 7 days a week, 24 hours
Europe
Phone: +44 (0)1793 564680
Email: essc@motorola.com
Hours: Mon-Fri 09:00 - 17:00 GMT
Calls are logged 24 x 7, cases will be worked Mon-Fri 09:00 - 17:00 GMT
Asia and Pacific Region
Remote Technical Help Desk (Channel Partners)
Phone: +63 28 92 79 93
Email: wi4Tech@motorola.com
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8 am - 6 pm
Sat 8 am - 12 noon
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Obtaining Support
Motorola provides technical support services for your system and recommends that you coordinate
warranty and repair activities through the Motorola System Support Center (SSC). When you consult
the Motorola SSC, you increase the likelihood that problems are rectified in a timely fashion and that
warranty requirements are satisfied. Check your contract for specific warranty and service information.
System Information
To be provided with the best possible opportunity for support, collect the following system information
and have it available when obtaining support.
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Location of the system
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Date the system was put into service
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Software or firmware version information for components of your system
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Serial number(s) of the device(s) or component(s) requiring support
•
A written description of the symptom or observation of the problem:
- When did it first appear?
- Can it be reproduced?
- What is the step-by-step procedure to cause it?
•
Do other circumstances contribute to the problem? For example, changes in weather or
other conditions?
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Maintenance action preceding problem:
- Upgrade of software or equipment
- Change in the hardware or software configuration
- Software reload - from backup or from CD-ROM (note the version and date)
Return Material Request
After collecting system information, contact the Motorola System Support Center for assistance or to
obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number for faulty Field Replaceable Entities (FREs):
North America: 800-221-7144
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Radio Products and Services Division
The Radio Products and Services Division is your source for manuals and replacement parts.
Radio Products and Services Division Telephone Numbers
The telephone numbers for ordering are: (800)-422-4210 (US and Canada orders)
The fax numbers are: (800)-622–6210 (US and Canada orders)
The number for help identifying an item or part number is (800)-422-4210; select choice “3” from the
menu
Returning System Components to Motorola
Motorola's service philosophy is based on field replaceable entities (FREs). FREs are system
components identified by Motorola to be returned to Motorola for repair.
Returning FREs
Return faulty FREs to Motorola for repair. When you return an assembly for service, follow these best
practices:
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Place any assembly containing CMOS devices in a static-proof bag or container for
shipment.
•
Obtain a return authorization (RA) number from the Motorola System Support Center.
•
Include the warranty, model, kit numbers, and serial numbers on the job ticket, as
necessary.
•
If the warranty is out of date, you must have a purchase order.
•
Print the return address clearly, in block letters.
•
Provide a phone number where your repair technician can be reached.
•
Include the contact person's name for return.
•
Pack the assembly tightly and securely, preferably in its original shipping container.
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7
Chapter 7: Certification and Safety
Information
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This chapter lists the relevant FCC Certification and Product Safety Information for MOTOMESH
Duo devices described in this manual.
FCC Regulatory Information
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received; including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The IAP (Intelligent Access Point) is an infrastructure device that is positioned at a fixed location such
as a building rooftop.
The MWR (Mesh Wireless Router) is an infrastructure device positioned in a fixed location, such as on
a pole, wall, or rooftop. The MWR requires professional installation to ensure the installation is
performed in accordance with FCC licensing regulations.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
Intelligent Access Point/Mesh Wireless Router
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Safety Information for the MOTOMESH Products
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with its action in ET Docket 96-8 has adopted a
safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC
certified equipment. Motorola MOTOMESH products meet the uncontrolled environmental limits
found in OET-65 and ANSI C95.1, 1991. Proper operation of this radio according to the instructions
found in this manual and the hardware and software guides on the MOTOMESH CD will result in user
exposure that is substantially below the FCC recommended limits.
•
Do not touch or move the antenna(s) while the unit is transmitting or receiving.
•
Do not hold any component containing a radio such that the antenna is very close to or
touching any exposed parts of the body, especially the face or eyes, while transmitting.
•
Do not operate a portable transmitter near unshielded blasting caps or in an explosive
environment unless it is a type especially qualified for such use.
•
Do not operate the radio or attempt to transmit data unless the antenna is connected;
otherwise, the radio may be damaged.
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance of 20 cm
between the radiator and your body.
Safety Certification
Conforms to UL STD ANSI/UL 60950 3rd Edition
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Certified to CAN/CSA C22.2 NO. 60950-00
Equipment shall be suitable for use in Air pressure: 86kPa to106kPa.
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Regulatory Requirements and Legal Notices
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Regulatory Requirements for CEPT Member States
(www.cept.org)
When operated in accordance with the instructions for use, Motorola MOTOMESH Wireless
equipment operating in the 2.4 and 5.4 GHz bands is compliant with CEPT Recommendation 70-03
Annex 3 for Wideband Data Transmission and HIPERLANs. For compliant operation in the 2.4 GHz
band, the transmit power (EIRP) from the antenna shall be no more than 100mW (20dBm). For
compliant operation in the 5.4 GHz band, the transmit power (EIRP) from the antenna shall be no more
than 1 W (30 dBm).
The following countries have completely implemented CEPT Recommendation 70-03 Annex 3A (2.4
GHz band):
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EU & EFTA countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Germany, Greece,
Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal,
Switzerland, Sweden, UK
•
New EU member states: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary,
Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
•
Other non-EU & EFTA countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey
The following countries have a limited implementation of CEPT Recommendation 70-03 Annex 3A:
•
France - Outdoor operation at 100mW is only permitted in the frequency band 2400 to
2454 MHz;
Any outdoor operation in the band 2454 to 2483.5MHz shall not exceed 10mW
(10dBm);
Indoor operation at 100mW (20dBm) is permitted across the band 2400 to 2483.5
MHz
•
French Overseas Territories:
Guadeloupe, Martinique, St Pierre et Miquelon, Mayotte – 100mW indoor & outdoor
is allowed
Réunion and Guyana – 100mW indoor, no operation outdoor in the band 2400 to
2420MHz
•
Italy - If used outside own premises, general authorization required
•
Luxembourg - General authorization required for public service
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Romania - Individual license required. T/R 22-06 not implemented
Motorola MOTOMESH Radios operating in the 2400 to 2483.5MHz band are categorized as “Class 2”
devices within the EU and are marked with the class identifier symbol
, denoting that national
restrictions apply (for example, France). The French restriction in the 2.4 GHz band will be removed in
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2011. This 2.4 GHz equipment is “CE” marked
to show compliance with the
European Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) directive 1999/5/EC and that
National restrictions apply.
Where necessary, the end user is responsible for obtaining any National licenses required to operate
this product and these must be obtained before using the product in any particular country. However,
for CEPT member states, 2.4 GHz Wideband Data Transmission equipment has been designated
exempt from individual licensing under decision ERC/DEC(01)07. For EU member states, RLAN
equipment in both the 2.4 & 5.4GHz bands is exempt from individual licensing under Commission
Recommendation 2003/203/EC. Contact the appropriate national administrations for details on the
conditions of use for the bands in question and any exceptions that might apply. Also see
http://www.ero.dk for further information.
Motorola MOTOMESH dual Radio equipment operating in the 5470 to 5725 MHz band also operates
in the 2400 to 2483.5MHz band and is categorized as “Class 2” devices within the EU because of the
additional 2.4GHz radio. These devices will become “Class 1” devices after 2011 when the restrictions
on the 2.4GHz band are removed but are currently “CE” marked
to show
compliance with the European Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) directive
1999/5/EC and that National restrictions apply.
Relevant Declarations of Conformity can be found at http://motorola.canopywireless.com/doc.php
European Union Notification
The CE mark is the official marking required by the European Community for all Electric and
Electronic equipment that will be sold, or put into service for the first time, anywhere in the European
community. It proves to the buyer or user that this product fulfills all essential safety and
environmental requirements as they are defined in the European Directives.
Motorola Products are covered under the following product certification Europe:
ETSI EN 300 328 V 141 (2003-04)
ETSI EN 301 489-1 (2002-08) and EN 301 489-17
EN 55022:1998 and EN 55024:1998
CENELEC EN 50360 and EN50371 – Specific Absorption Test – SAR
European Union Notification for the 5.7GHz Product
The 5.7 GHz MOTOMESH is a Class 2 device and uses operating frequencies that are not harmonized
throughout the EU member states. The operator is responsible for obtaining any national licenses
required to operate this product and these must be obtained before using the product in any particular
country. The 5.7GHz MOTOMESH dual radio products also operate in the 2.4GHz band – see other
sections of this document for restrictions on operating in the 2.4GHz band.
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This equipment is marked
to show compliance with the European R&TTE
directive 1999/5/EC and that National restrictions apply.
The relevant Declaration of Conformity can be found at http://motorola.canopywireless.com/doc.php
Annex 6 – Instructions for use (regulatory content)
MOTOMESH 2.4/5.8 GHz Radio
European Union Notification
The CE mark is the official marking required by the European Community for all Electric and
Electronic equipment that will be sold, or put into service for the first time, anywhere in the European
community. It proves to the buyer or uses that this product fulfills all essential safety and
environmental requirements as they are defined in the European Directives.
The 2.4GHz/5.8GHz product range marked with the following CE marks,
1321
&
Carry the alert symbol
to denote the product is not suitable for deployment in all EU member
states. Products marked with both these CE numbers are only suitable for use in the following EU
member states: •
Ireland
•
Norway
•
UK
The CE mark acknowledges that the product is in compliance with regulations of the European Radio
& Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) directive 1999/5/EC and other relevant
directives. See section Declaration of Conformity section (found later in this chapter) with the
applicable directives.
Note: This product only operates in the following channels (20MHz channel size) in the 5.8GHz band.
Channel Number
Frequency (MHz)
149
5745
153
5765
157
5785
161
58051
1
For use in the UK, Republic of Ireland, and Norway, the frequency range 5795-5815 MHZ shall not
be used and should be notched out to protect RTTT devices. Users must therefore NOT select channel
161 as an operational channel to conform to National Licensing requirements.
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Note: For use in the Republic of Ireland, the maximum transmit power in the 5.8GHz band shall be
less than 33dBm EIRP. Therefore to ensure compliance with National licensing requirements users of
this equipment must ensure the conducted transmit power is set to no more than 23dBm (10dBi
antenna gain).
For the U.K. and Norway this product transmits at a maximum of 34dBm which is less than the
maximum allowed in the 5.8GHz band (36dBm).
Equipment Disposal
Waste (Disposal)
of Electronic
and Electric
Equipment
Please do not dispose of Electronic and Electric Equipment or Electronic and Electric Accessories with
your household waste. In some countries or regions, collection systems have been set up to handle
waste of electrical and electronic equipment. In European Union countries, please contact your local
equipment supplier representative or service center for information about the waste collection system
in your country.
UK Notification
The 5.7 GHz MOTOMESH product has been notified for operation in the UK, and when operated in
accordance with instructions for use it is compliant with UK Interface Requirement IR2007. For UK
use, installations must conform to the requirements of IR2007 in terms of EIRP spectral density against
elevation profile above the local horizon in order to protect Fixed Satellite Services. The frequency
range 5795-5815 MHz is assigned to Road Transport & Traffic Telematics (RTTT) in the U.K. and
shall not be used by FWA systems in order to protect RTTT devices. UK licensing specifies that
radiolocation services shall be protected by a Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) mechanism to
prevent co-channel operation in the presence of radar signals.
Belgium Notification
Belgium national restrictions in the 2.4 GHz band include
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EIRP must be lower then 100 mW
•
For crossing the public domain over a distance > 300m the user must have the
authorization of the BIPT.
•
No duplex working
Luxembourg Notification
For the 2.4 GHz band, point-to-point or point-to-multipoint operation is only allowed on campus areas.
5.4GHz products can only be used for mobile services.
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Czech Republic Notification
2.4 GHz products can be operated in accordance with the Czech General License No. GL-12/R/2000.
5.4 GHz products can be operated in accordance with the Czech General License No. GL-30/R/2000.
Norway Notification
Use of the frequency bands 5725-5795 / 5815-5850 MHz are authorized with maximum radiated
power of 4 W EIRP and maximum spectral power density of 200 mW/MHz. The radio equipment shall
implement Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) as defined in Annex 1 of ITU-R Recommendation
M.1652 / EN 301 893. Directional antennae with a gain up to 23 dBi may be used for fixed point-topoint links. The power flux density at the border between Norway and neighbouring states shall not
exceed - 122.5 dBW/m2 measured with a reference bandwidth of 1 MHz.
MOTOMESH 5.7GHz products have been notified for use in Norway and are compliant when
configured to meet the above National requirements. Users shall ensure that DFS functionality is
enabled, maximum EIRP respected for a 20 MHz channel, and that channel spacings comply with the
allocated frequency band to protect Road Transport and Traffic Telematics services (for example,
5735, 5755, 5775 or 5835 MHz are suitable carrier frequencies).
Greece Notification
The outdoor use of 5470-5725MHz is under license of EETT but is being harmonized according to the
CEPT Decision ECC/DEC/(04) 08, of 12th November 2004. End users are advised to contact the
EETT to determine the latest position and obtain any appropriate licenses.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Česky [Czech]
Motorola tímto prohlašuje, že tento Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, je ve shodě se základními požadavky a dalšími příslušnými
ustanoveními směrnice 1999/5/ES.
Dansk [Danish]
Undertegnede Motorola erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr Motorola
MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series, overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige
relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF
Deutsch
[German]
Hiermit erklärt Motorola, dass sich diese Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den
anderen relevanten Vorschriften der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet". (BMWi)
Hiermit erklärt Motorola die Übereinstimmung des Gerätes Motorola
MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series, mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und
den anderen relevanten Festlegungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG. (Wien)
Nederlands
[Dutch]
Hierbij verklaart Motorola dat het toestel Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere
relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG
Bij deze verklaart Motorola dat deze Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, voldoet aan de essentiële eisen en aan de overige relevante
bepalingen van Richtlijn 1999/5/EC.
English
Hereby, Motorola, declares that this Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Eesti [Estonian]
Käesolevaga kinnitab Motorola seadme Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, vastavust direktiivi 1999/5/EÜ põhinõuetele ja nimetatud direktiivist
tulenevatele teistele asjakohastele sätetele.
Suomi [Finnish]
Motorola vakuuttaa täten että Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series,
tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä
koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen.
Français
[French]
Par la présente Motorola déclare que l'appareil Motorola MOTOMESH Duo
4300-54 series, est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres
dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE
Par la présente, Motorola déclare que ce Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 430054 series, est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions
de la directive 1999/5/CE qui lui sont applicables
Ελληνική
[Greek]
ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ Motorola ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΤΙ Motorola MOTOMESH Duo
4300-54 series, ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩΔΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ
ΤΙΣ ΛΟΙΠΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ΔΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΟΔΗΓΙΑΣ 1999/5/ΕΚ
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Magyar
[Hungarian]
Alulírott, Motorola nyilatkozom, hogy a Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, megfelel a vonatkozó alapvetõ követelményeknek és az 1999/5/EC
irányelv egyéb elõírásainak.
Íslenska
[Icelandic]
Hér með lýsir Motorola yfir því að Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru í
tilskipun 1999/5/EC.
Italiano [Italian]
Con la presente Motorola dichiara che questo Motorola MOTOMESH Duo
4300-54 series, è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni
pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
Latviski
[Latvian]
Ar šo Motorola deklarē, ka Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series,
atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK būtiskajām prasībām un citiem ar to saistītajiem
noteikumiem.
Lietuvių
[Lithuanian]
Šiuo Motorola deklaruoja, kad šis Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas.
Malti [Maltese]
Hawnhekk, Motorola, jiddikjara li dan Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet essenzjali u ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti
li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC
Norsk
[Norwegian]
Motorola erklærer herved at utstyret Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og øvrige relevante krav i
direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Slovensky
[Slovak]
Motorola týmto vyhlasuje, že Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series,
spĺňa základné požiadavky a všetky príslušné ustanovenia Smernice
1999/5/ES.
Slovensko
[Slovenian]
Motorola izjavlja, da je ta Motorola Canopy MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series,
v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi določili direktive
1999/5/ES.
Svenska
Swedish
Härmed intygar Motorola att denna Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54
series, står I överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga
relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG.
Español
[Spanish]
Por medio de la presente Motorola declara que el Motorola MOTOMESH Duo
4300-54 series, cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras
disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE
Polski [Polish]
Niniejszym, firma Motorola oświadcza, że produkt serii Motorola MOTOMESH
Duo 4300-54 series, spełnia zasadnicze wymagania i inne istotne
postanowienia Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC.
Português
[Portuguese]
Motorola declara que este Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 series, está
conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva
1999/5/CE.
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EU Declaration of Conformity for RoHS Compliance
Motorola hereby, declares that this Motorola MOTOMESH 4300-xx series is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2002/95/EC, Restriction of the use of
certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment for the Motorola products
listed.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Motorola declares under it sole responsibility that the products, to which this declaration relates, conform to the
applicable essential requirements of the following Directive(s) of the Council of the European Communities:
• 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999 on the radio equipment and
telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity (R&TTE Directive).
• 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of the use of
certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment
• 2004/108/EC of 20 July 2007 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC Directive).
• 2006/95/EC on the harmonization of the laws of the Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for
use within certain voltage limits (LV Directive).
• 1999/519/EC of 12 July 1999 on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields (0 Hz to
300 GHz)
Product:
Model: Motorola MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 and MOTOMESH Duo 4300-54 DC
Model Number
Description
HK1599A
Mains (90-264Va.c. 47-63Hz) powered single radio (2.4GHz) assembly
comprising:
•
MLUX4019A – 2.4/5.4GHz radio unit (a.c.)
•
8571327H01 – 2.4GHz 8dBi Omni antenna
Mains (90-264Va.c. 47-63Hz) powered dual radio (2.4GHz & 5.4GHz)
assembly comprising:
HK1717A
•
MLUX4019A – 2.4/5.4GHz radio unit (a.c.)
•
8571327H01 – 2.4GHz 8dBi Omni antenna
•
RAN4044A – 5.4GHz 10dBi Omni antenna
D.C. (10.8 – 14 VDC) powered single radio (2.4GHz) assembly comprising:
•
MLUX4023A – 2.4/5.4GHz radio unit (d.c.)
•
8571327H01 – 2.4GHz 8dBi Omni antenna
D.C. (10.8 – 14 VDC) powered dual radio (2.4GHz & 5.4GHz) assembly
comprising:
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MLUX4023A – 2.4/5.4GHz radio unit (d.c.)
•
8571327H01 – 2.4GHz 8dBi Omni antenna
•
RAN4044A – 5.4GHz 10dBi Omni antenna
HK1598A
HK1720A
Manufacturer:
Description:
Conformity:
Motorola Inc.
Dual Radio transceiver operating in 2.4/5.4GHz band using Atheros AP30 chipset.
802.11a/b/g
Harmonized standards / Methods used to demonstrate conformity: Annex IV of R&TTE using MET
Laboratories Notified Body,
. Certified to meet:a)
b)
c)
d)
Safety
Radio
EMC
Health
– EN 60950-1:2001 + Amendment A11:2004
– EN300 328 v1.7.1 & EN301 893 v1.2.3
– EN 301 489-1 v1.6.1 & EN 301 489-17 v1.2.1
– N.B. Statement of Opinion & Test Report 22037 MPE Calculation
Year of first application of CE mark: 2007
Signature:
Date:
______________________
_______________________
Name: W. Vann Hasty
Title: Director of Engineering,
Mesh Network Product Group
Name: Laura Phillips
Title: Quality Director
th
October 29 2007
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MOTOMESH DUO 2.1 4300 Users Guide
CMM Labeling and Disclosure Table
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The People’s Republic of China require that our products comply with China Management Methods
(CMM) environmental regulations. (China Management Methods refers to the regulation Management
Methods for Controlling Pollution by Electronic Information Products Two items are used to
demonstrate compliance; the Label and Disclosure Table.
The label is placed in a customer visible position on the product. The first of the following examples
means that the product contains no hazardous substances; the second means that the product contains
hazardous substances, and has an Environmental Friendly Use Period (EFUP) of fifty years.
The Environmental Friendly Use Period (EFUP) is the period (in years) during which the Toxic and
Hazardous substances (T&HS) contained in the Electronic Information Product (EIP) will not leak or
mutate causing environmental pollution, or bodily injury from use of the EIP.
The Disclosure Table, printed in simple Mandarin, is included with each customer order. An example
of the Disclosure Table follows, in both Mandarin and English.
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Index
Index
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A
H
AC, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 2-5, 2-13
AC , Assembling, 2-13
AC Power, 2-13
Accessories
Personality Plug, 2-9
Alternate mounting hardware, 2-2
antenna, 2-2, 2-12, 2-13, 2-14
Hardware Reset Plug, 2-7
I
Intelligent Access Point, 1-1
IP-enabled devices, 1-2
L
B
Label, IAP, 2-5
light poles, 2-2
Backdoor Access, 1
BandPass Filter, 2-11, 2-12, 2
Bracket, 2-2
M
C
mounting brackets, 2-2
camera, 1-2
Canopy Connect, 2-2, 2-7, 7-3
Connectivity Testing, 2-14
Copyrights, iii
N
Named Device results dialog, 2-14
D
P
DC, 2-5
DC Power, 2-14
Device Label, 2-5
Device Specifications, 1-3, 1-4, 1-6
Disclaimer, iii
Personality Plug, 2-4, 2-7, 2-8
personality plugs, 2-7
Ping, 2-14
Plug, 2-13, 2-14
PoE, 1-4, 1-5, 1-7, 2-2, 2-7, 7-3
power source, 2-2
Power Source, 2-2
professional, 2-12
E
external connection points, 2-7
R
F
reset, 2-7
Reset Plug, 2-7, 2-10
RoHS, 7-10
factory default, 2-7
G
S
grounding, 2-12, 2-13
software installation, 2-1
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Index
VLAN, 1-3, 1-5, 1-7
Standards based 802.3af, 2-2
T
W
Trademarks, iii
Web Interface, 2-1, 2-2
Web Interface Access, 2-1, 4-6
WMS, 2-1, 2-14, 1, 4-6
V
VAC, 1-4, 1-5, 1-7, 2-2
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Glossary
Glossary
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EDCF – Enhanced Distributed Coordination Function
EMS – Element Management System
IAP – Intelligent Access Point
MiSC – Mobile Internet Switching Controller
MWR– Mesh Wireless Router
POE – Power over the Ethernet, optional feature. Two types of PoE are currently
supported on the MOTOMESH Duo 4300 device. It is the standards based 802.3af PoE
or the Canopy Connect PoE. Only one type of PoE is available at any one time, if this
optional feature is purchased, otherwise PoE is not enabled.
TFTP - Trivial File Transfer Protocol. A network utility that is simpler to use than the
File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
WR – Wireless Router (same as MWR)
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