WIZ620wi User`s Manual

WIZ620wi User’s Manual
( Version 1.1 )
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Document Revision History
Date
Revision
Changes
2010-09-10
V1.0
Official Release
2010-11-03
V1.1
Ethernet converter mode added.
Power consumption data added.
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Table of Contents
1.
Introduction..........................................................................................................................................................6
1.1 Specification ..................................................................................................................................................8
1.1.1 WIZ620wi Module ..........................................................................................................................8
1.1.2 WIZ620wi EVB Board Interface .............................................................................................. 11
2.
Getting Started ................................................................................................................................................ 12
2.1 Hardware Installation ............................................................................................................................. 12
2.2 Web Configuration Page Connection.............................................................................................. 13
3.
Web Configuration Page Description ..................................................................................................... 14
3.1 Operation Mode....................................................................................................................................... 14
3.2 Network Management ........................................................................................................................... 15
3.2.1 Network Connection Information......................................................................................... 15
3.2.2 Internet Connection Configuration ...................................................................................... 16
3.2.2.1 Dynamic IP Configuration ........................................................................................... 16
3.2.2.2 Static IP Configuration .................................................................................................. 17
3.2.2.3 PPPoE Configuration...................................................................................................... 18
3.2.2.4 3G Configuration............................................................................................................. 18
3.2.3 Network configuration .............................................................................................................. 20
3.3 Wireless Management ........................................................................................................................... 21
3.3.1 Wireless Configuration .............................................................................................................. 21
3.3.1.1 AP Mode Configuration ............................................................................................... 21
3.3.1.2 Wireless WAN Mode Configuration ........................................................................ 23
3.3.2 Advanced Wireless Configuration ........................................................................................ 24
3.3.3 Wireless Security .......................................................................................................................... 26
3.3.4 Multi Wireless Network ............................................................................................................ 28
3.3.5 MAC Address Authentication ................................................................................................. 29
3.3.6 WDS Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 29
3.3.7 WPS Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 30
3.3.8 Wireless Network Status........................................................................................................... 32
3.4 Serial to Wireless LAN (or Ethernet) ................................................................................................ 32
3.5 NAT / Router Management ................................................................................................................. 34
3.5.1 Port Forwarding Configuration .............................................................................................. 34
3.5.2 MAC / IP / Port Filtering .......................................................................................................... 35
3.5.3 Routing Table Management.................................................................................................... 36
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3.5.4 DMZ .................................................................................................................................................. 36
3.5.5 URL Filtering .................................................................................................................................. 37
3.5.6 Host Filtering ................................................................................................................................. 37
3.5.7 DDNS Configuration .................................................................................................................. 37
3.6 System Management.............................................................................................................................. 38
3.6.1 Firmware Upgrade ...................................................................................................................... 38
3.6.2 Statistic............................................................................................................................................. 39
3.6.3 System Log..................................................................................................................................... 39
3.6.4 Administrator Configuration ................................................................................................... 40
3.6.5 System Time Configuration ..................................................................................................... 40
3.6.6 Configuration Back-up / Recovery ....................................................................................... 41
4.
Module dimension & Pin assignment ................................................................................................... 42
4.1 WIZ620wi module dimension ............................................................................................................. 42
4.1 WIZ620wi module pin assignment ................................................................................................... 43
5.
Serial Configuration ....................................................................................................................................... 46
5.1 Command Frame Format ..................................................................................................................... 46
6.
Performance ...................................................................................................................................................... 55
7.
Demo & Test..................................................................................................................................................... 56
8.
Reference Schematics ................................................................................................................................... 60
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1. Introduction
WIZ620wi is the gateway module to convert RS-232 or TCP/IP protocol into the
IEEE802.11b/g/n wireless protocol. By interfacing with RS-232 or MII, WIZ620wi will enable a
device to connect to wireless network for remote control and management. WIZ620wi also
includes embedded switch for IP sharing and supports 3G-Router through USB interface.
Main Features
„ Embedded 802.11b/g/n Wireless Networking
„ Support Access Point, Client, Gateway & Serial to WLAN mode
„ Ethernet to Wireless Bridging
„ Strong Security with 64/128 bit WEP, WPA, WPA2
„ MII, UART, USB type-B, U.FL(WLAN Antenna) Interface
„ Ready to use serial to wireless application
„ Max 90Mbps Data Streaming
„ Compact design 50mm X 60mm X 10.5mm
„ RoHS Compliant
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Product Contents (WIZ620wi-EVB)
WIZ620wi Module
WIZ620wi EVB Board
Serial Cable
Network Cable
(Cross Cable)
Power Adaptor
(DC 5V, 2A)
Antenna 2 Ea
(2dBi PCB type + Coaxial Cable)
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1.1 Specification
1.1.1 WIZ620wi Module
Wireless
Category
Wireless Standard
Description
IEEE802.11b/g/n
USA: 2.400 ~ 2.483GHz
Frequency Range
Europe: 2.400 ~ 2.483GHz
Japan: 2.400 ~ 2.497GHz
China: 2.400 ~ 2.483GHz
USA/Canada: 11(1 ~ 11)
Major Europe Countries: 13(1 ~ 13)
Operating Channels
France: 4(10 ~ 13)
Japan: 14 for 802.11b(1 ~ 14), 13 for 802.11g(1 ~ 13)
Korea/China: 13(1 ~ 13)
Output Power
(Tolerance(+/-1dBm)
802.11b: 17dBm@11Mbps
802.11g: 14dBm@54Mbps
802.11n: 14dBm@300Mbps/114.4Mbps
802.11b: -89dBm@11Mbps
Receive Sensitivity
802.11g: -74dBm@54Mbps
802.11n(40MHz): -66dBm@300Mbps
802.11n(20MHz): -70dBm@144.4Mbps
802.11b: 1,2,5.5,11Mbps
Data Rates
802.11g: 6,9,12,18,24,36,48,54Mbps
802.11n(20MHz): 14.4,28.9,43.3,57.8,86.7,115.6,130,144.4Mbps
802.11n(40MHz): 30,60,90,120,180,240,270,300Mbps
Modulation Type
Operation Distance
11g: OFDM(64QAM, 16QAM, QPSK, BPSK)
11b: DSS(CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK)
802.11b
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Outdoor: 150m@11Mbps, 300m@1Mbps
Indoor: 30m@11Mbps, 100m@1Mbps
802.11g
Outdoor: 50m@54Mbps, 300m@6Mbps
Indoor: 30m@54Mbps, 100m@6Mbps
802.11n
Outdoor: 30m@300Mbps, 250m@6.5Mbps
Indoor: 20m@300mbps, 100m@6.5Mbps
Antenna
2T-2R
Hardware
Category
Interface
Temperature
Humidity
Description
MII, UART, USB, LAN, Power, 2.00mm Pitch Header Pin
U.FL(wireless antenna connector)
Operation: -5℃~55℃
Storage: -20℃~70℃
Operation: 10% to 90%, Non-Condensing
Storage: 5% to 90%, Non-Condensing
Baud Rate : 1200 ~ 921,600bps
Stop bits: 1, 2
Serial
Parity: None, Odd, Even
Flow Control
UART1 : XON/XOFF(software), CTS/RTS(hardware), none
UART2 : XON/XOFF
Dimension
Power consumption
50mm X 60mm X 10.5mm
Under 2.3W (Max)
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Software
Category
Operation Mode
Protocol
Description
Access Point, Clinet, Gateway, Serial to Wireless LAN
ARP, UDP, TCP, Telnet, ICMP, DHCP, PPPoE, BOOTP, HTTP,
SMTP, TFTP
WEP 64/128bit
Security
WPA/WPA2 PSK/AES/TKIP
802.1x(Radius)
Management
Notification
HTTP, Telnet, Serial, UDP
Event Logging
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1.1.2 WIZ620wi EVB Board Interface
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2. Getting Started
2.1 Hardware Installation
For the testing, we need WIZ620wi module and EVB board.
„
STEP1: Plug a WIZ620wi module into the socket of EVB board
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STEP2: Connect the LAN Port(RJ-45 connector) of the EVB and Hub (or PC) using
LAN Cable.
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STEP3: Connect the Serial port(DB9 connector) of the EVB and serial device using
RS-232 cable.
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STEP4: Supply the power to EVB board using 5V DC power adaptor
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STEP5: Configure the network parameters of WIZ620wi and PC
-
The default IP address of WIZ620wi is “192.168.1.254”. According to this value,
set the IP address of the PC as “192.168.1.xxx”
-
Wireless connection is also supported. The default SSID of WIZ620wi is
‘WIZ620wi’
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2.2 Web Configuration Page Connection
1) Open the web browser and input the default IP address of WIZ620wi “192.168.1.254”.
2) You can see the window for user ID and Password.
(Default ID : admin / Default Password : admin)
3) The default page is as below.
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3. Web Configuration Page Description
3.1 Operation Mode
-. WIZ620wi supports Bridge, Gateway and Ethernet converter modes.
The default mode is set as Gateway mode.
-. Bridge mode binds all Ethernet ports and wireless interface in a bridge.
-. In the Gateway mode, Ethernet port #0 is set as WAN port. Other Ethernet ports and
Wireless interface are used for LAN ports. WAN port means the port for Internet
connection with the cable provided by ISP
-. In the Ethernet Converter mode, Wireless interface is set as WAN port. All Ethernet ports
are used for LAN port. For the Internet connection, you need an AP provided by ISP.
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3.2 Network Management
3.2.1 Network Connection Information
-. You can check network information configured for WIZ620wi, and PC information
connected to WIZ620wi.
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3.2.2 Internet Connection Configuration
-. You can select the IP configuration method.
3.2.2.1 Dynamic IP Configuration
-. In some areas, the dynamic IP service is restricted to the registered MAC addresses. In this
case, you have to input the MAC address that is available of Internet connection into the
WIZ620wi.
-. MAC Clone function is used if service is restricted to the registered MAC address.
If you enable MAC Clone, you can manually input the MAC address. If you click “Fill My
MAC”, the hardware address of the PC is automatically copied.
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-. The Procedure of WAN Configuration using Dynamic IP address
1) Select “DHCP (Auto Config)” for WAN connection type.
2) If necessary, input the hardware address using “MAC Clone” function.
3) Click “Apply” button
3.2.2.2 Static IP Configuration
-. The Procedure of WAN Configuration using Static IP address
1) Select “STATIC (Fixed IP) for WAN connection type.
2) Input IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS.
3) Click “Apply” button.
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3.2.2.3 PPPoE Configuration
-. User Name: Input user account.
-. Password: Input password.
-. Operation Mode: It is about re-connection method when connection is closed.
-. The Procedure of WAN configuration using PPPoE
1) Select “PPPoE (ADSL)” for WAN connection type.
2) Input User account and password.
3) Click “Apply” button.
3.2.2.4 3G Configuration
-. This mode is available at the 3G-Router.
-. This mode is used for Internet service using HSDPA or WiBro modem.
-. Below figure shows when the EV-HM100 (KT) is installed.
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-. Below figure shows when the modem of Xronet chip is installed (including LM-700WU)
-. Currently supported 3G modems are EV-HM100 (KT Ever), SPH-H1300 (Samsung), LM700WU (LG Innotek), CHU-629K, CWE-624K (C-Motech) and the modems using Xronet
chip.
-. The Procedure of WAN configuration using 3G
1) Select “3G” for WAN connection type.
2) Selecta a modem at the 3G Mode.
3) Click “Apply” button.
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3.2.3 Network configuration
-. You can configure WIZ620wi’s internal IP address, DHCP server and manual IP assignment
of DHCP server.
-. The default IP address of WIZ620wi is “192.168.1.254”. If you change the IP address, the
changed one is applied without rebooting the module. You can connect to the web with
changed IP address.
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-. You can turn on or off the DHCP server. If you turn off the DHCP server, WIZ620wi does
not assign the IP address to the PC. In order to assign the IP address automatically, you
have to run the DHCP server. If not, you need to manually assign the IP address to the PC.
3.3 Wireless Management
3.3.1 Wireless Configuration
-. The default mode is the AP mode. Wireless WAN mode can be used after configuring
“Ethernet Converter” at the Operation Mode.
3.3.1.1 AP Mode Configuration
-. At the AP mode, PC or lab top can be connected for the Internet.
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-. Basic configuration menu in AP Mode
Category
Radio On/Off
Description
Turn on or off Wireless AP function
11b/g/n mixed mode: Supporting 802.11b/g/n
11b/g mixed mode: Supporting 802.11b/g
Network Mode
11b only: Supporting 802.11b
11g only: Supporting 802.11g
11n only: Supporting 802.11n
SSID
Input the name of wireless network
Channel
Select a channel for wireless network
Broadcast
This function notifies the SSID to the wireless devices. If this function
Network Name
is disabled, the AP is not detected at the wireless device.
Channel
Bandwidth
RDG
20MHz: Fix the channel bandwidth as 20MHz
20/40MHz: When a wireless station supporting 11n channel bonding
is connected, 40MHz bandwidth is used.
Reverse Direct Grant / It can improve the wireless performance using
RDG technology of 11n.
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3.3.1.2 Wireless WAN Mode Configuration
-. At the Wireless WAN mode, WIZ620wi connects to another AP and operates as WAN port.
In this mode, the wired WAN port is not used.
-. In this mode, WIZ620wi does not operate as wireless AP.
-. If you click “Edit” button of the ‘Station Profile setting page’ then another setting page is
appeared.
-. After checking the AP to be connected, input the related information (SSID,Authentication).
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3.3.2 Advanced Wireless Configuration
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Category
BG Protection
Beacon Interval
Description
It needs to be configured for smooth wireless connection, when using
11b and 11g LAN cards. ‘Auto’ configuration is recommended.
You can configure the period that Beacon is transmitted. 100ms is
normally used. The range of configuration is 20 ~ 999.
When the data longer than configured size is transmitted, it divides the
data into the configured size. If you configure smaller value, the wireless
Fragmentation
communication is more stable, but the maximum speed is decreased. If
Threshold
there are a lot of interferences from other signals, configure the smaller
value for better communication. The range of the configuration value is
‘256 ~ 2346’
When the data longer than configured size is transmitted, the data is
sent in the RTS/CTS method. If you configure smaller value, the wireless
RTS Threshold
communication is more stable, but the maximum speed is decreased. If
there are a lot of wireless stations to be connected simultaneously,
configure the smaller value for better communication. The range of
configuration value is “1 ~ 2347”.
Tx Power
By changing transmission power, it is possible to control the range of
wireless wave. If you configure higher value, the range is more extended.
If Short Preamble is configured, the performance can be improved, but
Short Preamble
the compatibility with some wireless LAN cards can’t be guaranteed. For
the compatibility, use the Long Preamble mode.
Short Slot
Short Slot function can improved the performance of wireless station
connected through 11g mode.
Tx Burst function can maximize the wireless performance. If there are a
Tx Burst
lot of wireless stations to be connected simultaneously, turn off this
function for the stable wireless communication.
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3.3.3 Wireless Security
-. By using Wireless Security function, you can protect the wireless network from the
external attack.
-. To configure the wireless security, following the below steps.
1) Select a SSID.
-. Wireless security can be configured differently for each SSID.
2) Select the authentication method
Method
Description
OPEN
Allow all users to connect
SHARED
Allow the user having exact network key to connect
WEPAUTO
Automatically select OPEN/SHARED Mode
WPA-PSK
WPA-PSK is the WPA standard that the security is strengthened at
the SHARED mode.
WPA2-PSK
WPA2-PSK is the advanced WPA standard.
WPAPSKWPA2PSK
It simultaneously supports WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK.
WPA
WPA standard including 802.1x at the SHARED mode.
WPA2
WPA2 is the advanced WPA standard
WPA1WPA2
It simultaneously supports WPA and WPA2
802.1x
Radius Authentication through WEP Key
3) Select the encryption method
Encryption
Method
Description
No Use
OPEN/WEPAUTO
No use of Encryption
WEP64
SHARED/WEPAUTO/802.1x
WEP encryption using 64bit key
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WEP128
TKIP
AES
WEP encryption using 128bit key
WPA/WPA2/WPA-PSK/
Security is more strengthened rather than
WPA-PSK2/WPA1WPA2/
WEP
WPAPSKWPA2PSK
New Encryption with strengthened security
TKIP/AES
Simultaneously Support TKIP/AES
4) Network Key Input
-. Example of WEP64 or WEP128 Network Key Input
-. You can select the characters or hexadecimal for key input.
-. Select the default key.
-. Input the value for the key
-. The input value is required for wireless connection.
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-. Example of TKIP/AES Network Key Input
-. Input network key with the 8~63 characters.
-. Example of network key input including 802.1x
-. Input the value for operation with Radius Server.
-. The value relate to Radius Server is provided by Internet service company.
3.3.4 Multi Wireless Network
-. If you use multi wireless network, multiple wireless networks can configured using one AP.
-. WIZ620wi supports 7 wireless networks.
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-. All wireless networks operate independently. Authentication and Encryption can be
configured differently.
3.3.5 MAC Address Authentication
-. By using MAC address authentication, you can allow all, allow only registered addresses or
block the registered addresses.
3.3.6 WDS Configuration
-. WDS (Wireless Distribution System) will enable WIZ620wi to be connected to another AP
having WDS function. In order to connect two APs through WDS, both of them should
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use the same channel, authentication and encryption.
-. WIZ620wi support below
1) Lazy Mode: In this mode, the automatic connection is supported without inputting
MAC address of the other AP. It also has the function for AP.
2) Bridge Mode: As this mode does not support the function for AP, stations can’t be
connected to WIZ620wi.
3) Repeater Mode: This mode includes the function for AP.
-. There can be the problem of compatibility with some devices because of different
implementation of WDS.
-. One WIZ620wi can be connected to maximum 4 APs through WDS.
3.3.7 WPS Configuration
-. WPS will support easy configuration of wireless network.
-. Enable the WPS to use the function.
-. WPS configuration can be done as below.
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1) Configuring WPS of WIZ620wi
-. After selecting PBC of WPS mode, check if WPS LED blinks. WIZ620wil will be entering
into WPS configuration mode for 2 minutes.
2) Configuring WPS of Wireless LAN card
-. Select the PBC of WPS in the Wireless LAN card. If the LAN card does not provide the
WPS button, click the virtual button in the utility provided by manufacturer of the wireless
LAN card.
-. If you see the 100% for the status, the configuration is finished.
3) Check if you can connect to Internet
-. When configuring through WPS, all mode for the highest security is automatically
configuration.
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3.3.8 Wireless Network Status
-. You can check the status of the stations which are connected to WIZ620wi.
-. You can also check the status of AP around the WIZ620wi.
3.4 Serial to Wireless LAN (or Ethernet)
-. WIZ620wi can transmit or receive the serial data through TCP/IP.
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Menu
Description
Status
Enable or Disable the function
Protocol
Configure the Protocol (TCP or UDP)
Mode
Select a Mode (Server, Client, Mixed)
-. Server Mode: WIZ620wi operates as a server in the process of
connection establishment. It waits for the connection trial from the
client through the specified port.
-. Client Mode: In this mode, WIZ620wi tries to connect to the server
IP and port.
-. Mixed Mode: It supports server and client mode simultaneously. It
basically operates as server mode, and changes to client mode
when there is any data transmitted from serial.
Server IP
Configure Server IP or Domain name to which serial data is
transmitted
Server Port
Configure the server’s port number
Reconnect Interval
Configure the re-connection interval
Baud rate
Configure serial communication speed (1200 ~ 921600)
Data bits
Configure serial communication bit (5 ~ 8)
Parity
Configure parity checking method (None, Odd, Even)
Stop bits
Configure stop bit (1, 2)
Flow control
Configure the flow control (None, Xon/Xoff, RTS/CTS)
-. Serial data can be transmitted to the server by defining the delimiter of time, size and
char.
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Menu
Time
Description
Transmit the serial data to the server after collecting for the configured
time.
Size
Transmit the serial data to the server when the data size reaches
configured size.
Char
Transmit the data when the data with configured character is
transmitted.
Inactivity Time
If there is no data during Inactivity time, TCP/IP connection is closed.
3.5 NAT / Router Management
3.5.1 Port Forwarding Configuration
-. Port forwarding allows remote computers (or public machines on the Internet) to connect
to a specific computer within a private local area network.
Menu
IP Address
Description
IP address of Internal Server or PC in the network where application is
installed.
Service Port
Configure the range of the port to be assigned to internal server or PC
will use.
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Protocol
Select the protocol type (TCP or UDP)
Internal Port
Configure the port number of application on internal server or PC
3.5.2 MAC / IP / Port Filtering
-. It allows or blocks the Internet connection according to IP address or MAC address
-. To use this function, you have to configure “Default Policy – The packet that don’t match
with any rules would be:”
Menu
Description
MAC Address
Configure MAC Address to allow or block the connection
Dest IP Address
Configure the Destination IP address
Source IP Address
Configure the source IP address
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Protocol
Select TCP, UDP or ICMP
Dest Port Range
Configure destination port number
Source Port Range
Configure the source port number
Action
Select “Accept” or “Deny” the new rule.
3.5.3 Routing Table Management
-. You can manually input the routing table.
Menu
Description
Destination
Input the target IP or network IP address of routing table
Range
Configure the Host or Network for routing table
Netmask
Configure the subnet mask when the range is configured as network
Gateway
Configure the gateway address at the Target mode.
Interface
Configure the Target as LAN or WAN
3.5.4 DMZ
-. It opens the ports which are not used for port forwarding to the PCs having specified IP
address. With this function, you can solve the problem of Internet connection in the
application of which port is not known.
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3.5.5 URL Filtering
-. It is used when you want to block the connection from the specified site.
-. Input the characters. The url including the characters are blocked. For example, if you
input “game”, the sites such as www.game.com, or www.game.co.kr are blocked.
3.5.6 Host Filtering
-. All sites having the input characters are blocked. For example, if you input “game”, the
sites such as www.hangame.com or www.hangame.co.kr are blocked.
3.5.7 DDNS Configuration
-. By assigning the domain name to the dynamic IP address, you can use as fixed IP address.
If you use the DDNS, you can operate the server without checking the IP address to be
assigned to WIZ620wi.
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-. WIZ620wi supports “DynDNS”, “freeDNS”, “zoneedit” and ”no-ip”.
-. In order to use DynDNS, please register user ID and domain in the www.dyndns.org page
and configure WIZ620wi. For using other sites of freeDNS, zoneedit or no-ip, please
connect to freedns.afraid.org, www.zoneedit.com or www.no-ip.com and register user
name and domain.
Menu
Description
DDNS Provider
Select the service provider (DynDNS, freeDNS, zoneedit, no-ip)
Account
Input the user account for DDNS service
Password
Input the password for DDNS service.
DDNS
Configure the host name to be used for DDNS service
3.6 System Management
3.6.1 Firmware Upgrade
-. Upgrade the WIZ620wi with the latest firmware or Bootloader.
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3.6.2 Statistic
-. It provides Statistic data according to the interfaces.
3.6.3 System Log
-. You can check the operation status of WIZ620wi
-. If the log data exceeds 8Kbyte, the oldest log data is deleted, and latest one is added.
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3.6.4 Administrator Configuration
-. You can select English or Korean for WIZ620wi web page.
-. The default language is set as English.
-. You can configure administrator’s account and password for web server connection.
-. The default account and password are “admin”
-. If you forget the account or password, you can reset to factory default by using reset
button.
3.6.5 System Time Configuration
-. You can configure NTP server and Time zone when WIZ620wi connects to the Internet
and acquired system time information.
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3.6.6 Configuration Back-up / Recovery
-. You can save the configuration value in the PC, or apply the configuration file to
WIZ620wi. You can also restore all configuration values to the factory default.
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4. Module dimension & Pin assignment
4.1 WIZ620wi module dimension
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4.1 WIZ620wi module pin assignment
No
Name
Shared
1
DTR1
-
UART1 : DTR
2
DCD1
-
UART1 : DCD
3
RXD1
-
UART1 : RXD
4
CTS1
-
UART1 : CTS
5
TXD1
-
UART1 : TXD
6
GND
-
GND
7
TXD2
-
UART2 : TXD
8
RXD2
-
UART2 : RXD
9
RI1
-
UART1 : RI
10
GND
-
GND
11
3.3V
-
VCC 3.3V Input
12
3.3V
-
VCC 3.3V Input
13
RTS1
-
UART1 : RTS
14
DSR1
-
UART1 : DSR
15
nWLAN_LED
-
Wireless init : ON / Active data : Blinking
16
GE_MDC
-
PHY Management Clock
17
VBUS
-
18
GE_MDIO
-
PHY Management Data
19
PADP
-
USB OTG data pin Data+
20
PADM
-
USB OTG data pin Data‐
21
GE_RXDV
-
RGMII/MII RX Data Valid
22
GE_RXCLK
-
RGMII/MII RX Clock
23
GE_RXD2
-
RGMII/MII RX Data bit 2
24
GE_RXD0
-
RGMII/MII RX Data bit 0
25
GE_RXD1
-
RGMII/MII RX Data bit 1
26
GE_RXD3
-
RGMII/MII RX Data bit 3
27
GND
-
GND
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USB OTG VBUS pin
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28
GND
-
GND
29
GE_TXCLK
-
RGMII/MII TX Clock
30
GE_TXEN
-
RGMII/MII TX Data Enable
31
GE_TXD3
-
RGMII/MII TX Data bit 3
32
GE_TXD2
-
RGMII/MII TX Data bit 2
33
GE_TXD0
-
RGMII/MII TX Data bit 0
34
GE_TXD1
-
RGMII/MII TX Data bit 1
35
GND
-
GND
36
nACT_LED1
-
LAN port 1 Active LED
37
nACT_LED0
-
LAN port 0 Active LED
38
nACT_LED3
-
LAN port 3 Active LED
39
nACT_LED2
-
LAN port 2 Active LED
40
nACT_LED4
-
LAN port 4 Active LED
No
Name
Shared
41
RGMII_MII_MODE_0
MA16
Reserved
42
RGMII_MII_MODE_1
MA17
Reserved
Description
nRESET (GPIO17)
43
EJTAG-TDO
GPIO17
Active Low.
If this signal asserted more than 3 sec,
factory reset performed.
UART1 Hardware Trigger (GPIO19)
44
EJTAG-TMS
GPIO19
Low : Entering serial command mode
High : Exit serial command mode
45
EJTAG-TCK
GPIO20
nWPS_LED (GPIO20)
46
SPI_CLK
GPIO4
UART1 Tx/Rx LED (GPIO4)
47
SPI_DIN
GPIO6
UART2 Tx/Rx LED (GPIO6)
48
SPI_EN
GPIO3
GPIO3
49
SPI_DOUT
GPIO5
GPIO5
50
GPIO0
51
I2C_SCLK
nWPS_EN (GPIO0)
GPIO2
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Low : Entering serial command mode
High : Exit serial command mode
52
I2C_SD
GPIO1
53
TXOP4
10/100 PHY Port 4 TXP
54
TXOM4
10/100 PHY Port 4 TXN
55
RXIP4
10/100 PHY Port 4 RXP
56
RXIM4
10/100 PHY Port 4 RXN
57
1.5V
VCC 1.5V Input
58
1.5V
VCC 1.5V Input
59
TXOM3
10/100 PHY Port 3 TXN
60
RXIM3
10/100 PHY Port 3 RXN
61
TXOP3
10/100 PHY Port 3 TXP
62
RXIP3
10/100 PHY Port 3 RXP
63
GND
GND
64
GND
GND
65
TXOP2
10/100 PHY Port 2 TXP
66
TXOM2
10/100 PHY Port 2 TXN
67
RXIP2
10/100 PHY Port 2 RXP
68
RXIM2
10/100 PHY Port 2 RXN
69
GND
GND
70
GND
GND
71
TXOP1
10/100 PHY Port 1 TXP
72
TXOM1
10/100 PHY Port 1 TXN
73
RXIP1
10/100 PHY Port 1 RXP
74
RXIM1
10/100 PHY Port 1 RXN
75
3.3V
VCC 3.3V Input
76
3.3V
VCC 3.3V Input
77
TXOP0
10/100 PHY Port 0 TXP
78
TXOM0
10/100 PHY Port 0 TXN
79
RXIP0
10/100 PHY Port 0 RXP
80
RXIM0
10/100 PHY Port 0 RXN
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5. Serial Configuration
-. By using serial command, you can configure WIZ620wi.
-. By using “Serial Command Mode” Strap, you can enter into the serial command mode.
-. If there is ”_” in the string input data such as SSID or PSK, convert it into “__” before
transmission.
5.1 Command Frame Format
Pin number 4 of WIZ620wi is Hardware trigger pin.(‘1’: H/W trigger disable, ‘0’: enable)
Or you can use h/w trigger switch of WIZ620wi EVB board
< Frame Format >
Command Frame format
Descriptor
STX
Command code
Parameter
ETX
Length(bytes)
1
2
Variable
1
Descriptor
STX
Reply code
Parameter
ETX
Length(bytes)
1
2
Variable
1
Reply Frame format
STX & ETX
Setting
Comments
STX
‘<’ : Hex = 3Ch
ETX
‘>’ : Hex = 3Eh
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Reply Code
Reply
Comments
S
Command was successful
F
Command failed
0
Invalid STX
1
Not existing command
2
Invalid parameter
3
Invalid ETX
4
Not supported command
Not able to add.
5
WDS - 4, ACL - 16
Command Code
Com
man
d
Get
/Set
Comments
Parameter
NETWORK
RF
Get
Firmware Version
vx.x.x
0:Ethernet MAC address(LAN), 1:Wireless MAC
RA
Get
MAC Address
address, 2:Ethernet MAC address(WAN)
<0xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx_1xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx_2xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.xx>
RI
Get
IP Address
<Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
WI
Set
IP Address
<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
RS
Get
Subnet Mask
<Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
WS
Set
Subnet Mask
<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
RG
Get
Gateway
<Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
WG
Set
Gateway
<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
RD
Get
DHCP Server
WD
Set
DHCP Server
1:Enable, 0:Disable
<Sx>
1:Enable, 0:Disable
<x>
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RH
Get
DHCP Start/End IP
WH
Set
DHCP Start/End IP
DL
Get
Wireless Active Client
List
Start address_End address
<Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
Start address_End address
<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
MAC Address_MCS_BW_SGI_RSSI0_RSSI1_RSSI2
MCS: 0-15, BW:0(20M), 1(40M), SGI(Short GI)
<Sxxxxxxxxxxxx_xx_xx_xx[:xxxxxxxxxxxx_xx_xx_xx:…]>
<IP address_MAC address>
RL
Get
DHCP Client List
<Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxxxxxxxxxxx[:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxxxxxxxx
xxx:…]>
WV
Set
DNS Server
RV
Get
DNS Server
1:Manual, 0:Auto
<1:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx[_xx.xx.xx.xx]> or<0>
1:Manual, 0:Auto_DNS Server IP address
<Sx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx[_xx.xx.xx.xx]>
0:Static, 1:DHCP Client, 2:PPPoE
-Static: 0_Ipaddress_Subnet_Gateway_DNS
<S0_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xx
x.xxx.xxx>
-DHCP Client: 1_IPaddress_Subnet_Gateway
RT
Get
WAN Port
<S1_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
PPPoE: 2_UserName_Password
<S2_User Name_Password>
-PPTP: 3_IP_Subnet_Gateway_ServerIP_UserName_
Password
<S3_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xx
x.xxx.xxx_UserName_Password>
0:Static, 1:DHCP Client, 2:PPPoE
-Static: 0_Ipaddress_Subnet_Gateway_DNS
<0_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.
xxx.xxx>
WT
Set
WAN Port
-DHCP Client: 1
<1>
PPPoE: 2_UserName_Password
<2_User Name_Password>
-PPTP: 3_IP_Subnet_Gateway_ServerIP_UserName_
Password
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<3_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.
xxx.xxx_UserName_Password>
RC
Get
WC
Set
Connection Status
TCP Connection
Close
0: Not Connect, 1:Connect
<Sx>
<WC>
WIRELESS
DB
Get
Wireless Band
GB
Set
Wireless Band
DO
Get
Operation Mode
GO
Set
Operation Mode
DS
Get
SSID
GS
Set
SSID
DC
Get
Channel
GC
Set
Channel
0: 11b+g, 2: 11b, 3:11g, 6: n, 9:b+g+n
<Sx>
0: 11b+g, 2: 11b, 3:11g, 6: n, 9:b+g+n
<x>
0:AP, 1:Gateway, 3:Station(Ethernet-Converter)
<Sx>
0:AP, 1:Gateway, 3:Station(Ethernet-Converter)
<x>
1~32 chars
<Sxxxx~>
1~32 chars
<xxxx~>
Auto_0, 1~13
<Sx>
Auto_0, 1~13
<x>
3:disable,5:bridge,6:repeater,7:Lazy_count_MACaddress
DW
Get
WDS
_Comment[_MACaddress_Comment_...]
<Sx_x_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xxx~>
3:disable,5:bridge,6:repeater,7:Lazy_1:add,
GW
Set
WDS
2:delete_count_MACaddress[_MACaddress_..]
<x_x_x_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xxx~>
1-100: power(%)
DP
Get
Tx Power
GP
Set
Tx Power
DR
Get
Data Rate
<Sxx>
GR
Set
Data Rate
<xx>
<Sxx>
1-100: power(%)
<xx>
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DH
Get
Broadcast SSID
GH
Set
Broadcast SSID
DM
Get
WMM
GM
Set
WMM
0:Enable, 1:Disable
<Sx>
0:Enable, 1:Disable
<x>
1:Enable, 0:Disable
<Sx>
1:Enable, 0:Disable
<x>
0:Disable,1:AllowListed,2:DenyListed[_count[_MACaddr
DA
Get
MAC Access Control
ess]]
<Sx_x_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xxx~>
0:Disable,1:AllowListed,2:DenyListed[_1:add,2:delete_co
GA
Set
MAC Access Control
unt_MACaddress]
<x_x_x_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xxx~>
SSID_BSSID_Channel_RSSI_Security_wlanMode
DI
Get
Site Survey
If the SSID is “ “, the AP of the peer is hidden status.
<Sxxxx_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xx_xx_x>
To use <GI>command, perform the <DI> command
for site survey.
Connect to the SSID searched by site survey.
GI
Set
Connection AP
If the authentication is WEP and default keyId is not
“1”, the connection is not allowed. In this time, the
connection should be done using <GU> command.
SSID: SSID of AP
Key: Encrypting Key of AP <ssid_key>
DT
Get
WPS
GT
Set
WPS
QP
Get
Module Status
Checking
0:disable, 1:enable[_status_pin value]
<Sx_x_x>
0:disable, 1:enable[_1:pin, 2:pbc[_pin value]]
<x_x_x>
connection status_SSID_BSSID_CHAN_RATE_RSSI
Conn_status: ‘0’ is not connected, ‘1’ is connected.
<Sx_xxxx_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xx_xxM_xx>
SECURITY
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AuthMode_Encrypt[_DefaultKey_KeyLength_KeyFormat
_KeyValue_radiusPasswd_radiusIP_radiusPort]
AuthMode: 1(Open), 2(802.1x), 3(Shared), 4(WPA),
5(WPA-PSK), 6(WPA2), 7(WPA2-PSK), 8(WEPAUTO),
9(WPA1WPA2), a(WPAPSKWPA2PSK)
DU
Get
Security Status
Encrypt: 0(None),1 (WEP), 2(TKIP), 3(AES), 4(TKIP_AES)
DefaultKey: 1 -4
KeyLength: 0(None), 1(WEP64), 2(WEP128)
KeyFormat(WEP): 0(Ascii), 1(Hex)
KeyFormat(WPA-PSK): 0(Passphrase), 1(Hex)
<Sx_x_x_x_x_x_x_x>
AuthMode_Encrypt[_DefaultKey_KeyLength_KeyFormat
_KeyValue_radiusPasswd_radiusIP_radiusPort]
AuthMode: 1(Open), 2(802.1x), 3(Shared), 4(WPA),
5(WPA-PSK), 6(WPA2), 7(WPA2-PSK), 8(WEPAUTO),
9(WPA1WPA2), a(WPAPSKWPA2PSK)
If the operation mode is station (Ethernet-Converter),
GU
Set
Security Control
2, 4, 6 are not supported.
Encrypt: 0(None),1 (WEP), 2(TKIP), 3(AES), 4(TKIP_AES)
DefaultKey: 1 - 4
KeyLength: 0(None), 1(WEP64), 2(WEP128)
KeyFormat(WEP): 0(Ascii), 1(Hex)
KeyFormat(WPA-PSK): 0(Passphrase), 1(Hex)
<x_x_x_x_x_x_x_x>
SERIAL
RK
Get
Protocol
WK
Set
Protocol
RM
Get
Mode
WM
Set
Mode
RX
Get
Server IP
TCP_0, UDP_1
<Sx>
TCP_0, UDP_1
<x>
0:Client, 1:Mixed, 2:Server
<Sx>
0:Client, 1:Mixed, 2:Server
<x>
Server IP address
<Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
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WX
Set
Server IP
RP
Get
Port
WP
Set
Port
Server IP address
<xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx>
0~65535
<Sxxxxx>
0~65535
<xxxxx>
eg. [Baudrate]1: 115200, 2: 57600,
3: 38400, 4: 19200, 5: 9600,
6: 4800, 7: 2400,8: 1200
RB
Get
Baudrate_DataBit_Pari
[data byte] 7: 7bit, 8bit
ty_Flow_Stopbits
[parity] 0: no parity, 1: Odd, 2: Even
[Flow] 0: no, 1: Xon/Xoff, 2: RTS/CTS
[Stopbits]; 1: 1stop, 2:2stop
<Sxxxxx>
eg. [Baudrate]1: 115200, 2: 57600,
3: 38400, 4: 19200, 5: 9600,
6: 4800, 7: 2400,8: 1200
WB
Set
Baudrate_DataBit_Pari
[data byte] 7: 7bit, 8bit
ty_Flow_Stopbits
[parity] 0: no parity, 1: Odd, 2: Even
[Flow] 0: no, 1: Xon/Xoff, 2: RTS/CTS
[Stopbits]; 1: 1stop, 2:2stop
<xxxxx>
RW
Get
Domain Name
<Sstrings>, Support Max. 64 characters
WW
Set
Domain Name
<strings>, Support Max. 64 characters
QT
Get
Time
OT
Set
Time
QS
Get
Size
OS
Set
Size
QC
Get
Char
OC
Set
Char
0~65535
<Sxxxxx>
0~65535
<xxxxx>
0~255
<Sxxx>
0~255
<Sxxx>
00~ff
<Sxx>
00~ff
<xx>
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QI
Get
Inactivity Time
OI
Set
Inactivity Time
00~60
<Sxx>
00~60
<xx>
0-1
0: Try the “TCP connection” at the TCP Client mode
QU
Get
TCP Connection
regardless of serial data input
Option
1: Try the TCP connection” at the TCP Client mode
when serial data is received
<Sx>
0-1
0: Try the “TCP connection” at the TCP Client mode
OU
Set
TCP Connection
regardless of serial data input
Option
1: Try the TCP connection” at the TCP Client mode
when serial data is received
<Sx>
Enable[_Protocol_Mode_ServerIP or
Domain_ServerPort]
Enable: 0(Disable), 1(Enable), If Disable is set, data can
be omitted.
RU
Get
Get Aux Port
Protocol: 0(UDP), 1(TCP)
Mode: 0(Server), 1(Client)
ServerIP: a.b.c.d format
Domain: xxx.yyy.zzz
ServerPort: 0-65535
<Sx_x_x_a.b.c.d_x>
Enable[_Protocol_Mode_ServerIP or
Domain_ServerPort]
Enable: 0(Disable), 1(Enable), If Disable is set, data can
be omitted.
WU
Set
Set Aux Port
Protocol: 0(UDP), 1(TCP)
Mode: 0(Server), 1(Client)
ServerIP: a.b.c.d format
Domain: xxx.yyy.zzz
ServerPort: 0-65535
<x_x_x_a.b.c.d_x>
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0-2
0: Transmit serial data to main and aux port. default
RE
Get
Get Data Flow
value
1: Transmit serial data only to main port
2: Transmit serial data only to aux port
<Sx>
0-2
0: Transmit serial data to main and aux port, default
WE
Set
Set Data Flow
value
1: Transmit serial data only to main port
2 : Transmit serial data only to aux port
<x>
Enable(0-1)[_String1_String2]
0: disable, default value, String can be omitted.
1: enable
String1, String2: It is available when Enable is set as
RZ
Get
Get Insert Tag
“1”. String1 is the string which is added when
transmitted from main port to serial. String2 is the
string which is added when transmitted from aux port
to serial. It is composed of maximum 16 characters.
<Sx_xxx_xxx>
Enable(0-1)[_String1_String2]
0: disable, default value, String can be omitted.
1: enable
String1, String2: It is available when Enable is set as
WZ
Set
Set Insert Tag
“1”. String1 is the string which is added when
transmitted from main port to serial. String2 is the
string which is added when transmitted from aux port
to serial. It is composed of maximum 16 characters.
<Sx_xxx_xxx>
OTHERS
WF
Set
Factory Default
<WF>
WR
Set
Restart
<WR>
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6. Performance
Performance (up/down): Mbps
1 Test
2
st
nd
Test
3rd Test
LAN-->LAN
94.099
93.978
94.087
LAN-->WAN
91.682
92.801
92.958
LAN-->WLAN
84.385
86.507
85.346
LAN<-->LAN
177.074(88.393/88.857)
177.489(88.394/89.324)
177.798(88.483/89.491)
LAN<-->WAN
120.570(60.631/60.092)
119.920(60.252/59.732)
122.075(61.466/60.702)
LAN<-->WLAN
101.121(50.922/50.443)
100.591(50.670/50.045)
99.871(50.223/49.811)
WAN-->LAN
93.81
94.006
93.919
WAN-->WLAN
71.396
72.725
72.748
WAN<-->LAN
120.570(60.631/60.092)
119.920(60.252/59.732)
122.075(61.466/60.702)
WAN<-->WLAN
80.216(35.036/45.332)
80.682(35.140/45.582)
80.542(34.807/45.771)
WLAN-->LAN
79.775
79.074
79.35
WLAN-->WAN
77.519
77.542
76.143
WLAN-->WLAN
37.755
36.824
37.797
WLAN<-->LAN
101.121(50.922/50.443)
100.591(50.670/50.045)
99.871(50.223/49.811)
WLAN<-->WAN
80.216(35.036/45.332)
80.682(35.140/45.582)
80.542(34.807/45.771)
WLAN<-->WLAN
38.048(19.141/19.027)
40.866(20.570/20.499)
40.552(20.414/20.248)
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7. Demo & Test
This chapter shows the example how you can test the WIZ620wi.
The test environment is as below.
<Hardware>
„
PC with RS-232 serial port
„
WIZ620wi & WIZ620wi EVB
„
LAN cable to connect PC and WIZ620wi (Direct or Cross Cable)
„
Serial cable to connect PC’s COM and WIZ620wi
<Software>
„
Hyper Terminal (or other terminal program)
STEP 1
① Connect PC and WIZ620wi-EVB using serial cable.
② Connect PC and WIZ620wi-EVB using LAN cable.
③ Turn on the switch of WIZ620wi-EVB.
STEP2. (WIZ620wi Configuration)
① Connect the PC to WIZ620wi (Network Setting -> Wireless Connection)
② At the Internet browser, input the IP address of WIZ620wi (default : 192.168.1.254). If the
configuration page is displayed, input serial configuration value.
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STEP3. (Data Transmission)
Execute the terminal program at the PC (Ex : Hyper terminal)
Set the baud rate with the same value of WIZ620wi.
At the PC, connect to “WKANAP” when SSID ofWIZ620wi is “WLANAP”
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Execute another hyper terminal, and set the IP address and Port Number.
Input any character at the serial hyper terminal (below example inputs “01234567890”)
Check if you can see the same characters at the Network hyper terminal. (Serial to Ethernet)
In the same way, input any character in the network hyper terminal and check if the same
characters are displayed in the serial hyper terminal. (Ethernet to Serial)
* Above function can be tested through Device Terminal Program that WIZnet is providing. The
program is downloadable at the Library page of WIZnet homepage.
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By using Device Terminal program, the data communication between serial and Ethernet can
be easily and simply tested.
Device Terminal has been developed by integrating Serial and Network terminals. As shown
in above figure, set the value for Serial communication according to WIZ620wi’s
configuration value and click open button, the serial communication is available.
By using Network terminal, you can test the TCP client mode and TCP server mode. When
WIZ620wi operates as server mode, device terminal should be set as client. In this case do
not check “server mode”. In the IP address and port, input the IP address and port number
of WIZ620wi. If you click the Connect button, the network communication is available. After
establishing the connection between serial and network terminals, input any data in the a
window and click the Send button. You can check the same data is displayed in another
window.
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8. Reference Schematics
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