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Motorola RFS7000 Wireless Switch with AP300
VIEW Certified Configuration Guide
Motorola
RFS7000 Wireless Switch
with AP300
June 2008 Edition
1725-36170-001
Version B
Configuration Guide
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Introduction
Polycom’s Voice Interoperability for Enterprise Wireless (VIEW)
Certification Program is designed to ensure interoperability and high
performance between SpectraLink Wireless Telephones and WLAN
infrastructure products.
The products listed below have been thoroughly tested in Polycom’s
lab using the VIEW Certification Test Plan. This document details
how to configure the RFS7000 Wireless Switch and the AP300 access
point (AP) with SpectraLink Wireless Telephones.
Certified Product Summary
Manufacturer:
Motorola: http://www.motorola.com/products.jsp
Approved products:
RFS7000 Wireless Switch with AP300 †
RF technology:
802.11b/g/a
Radio:
2.4 GHz (802.11b/g), 5 GHz (802.11a)
Security:
WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
AP and WLC software version certified:
1.1.0.0-038R
SpectraLink handset models certified: **
e340/h340/i640
8020/8030
SpectraLink handset software certified:
89.135
122.017 or greater
SpectraLink radio mode:
802.11b
802.11b
11
11
Maximum telephone calls tested per AP:
†
802.11g
802.11a
12 *
Network topology:
Switched Ethernet (recommended)
Denotes products directly used in VIEW Certification testing.
* Maximum calls tested during VIEW Certification. The certified product may actually support a higher
number of maximum calls for 802.11a and 802.11g radio modes.
** SpectraLink handset models 8020/8030, e340/h340/i640 and their OEM derivates are VIEW Certified
with the WLAN hardware and software identified in the table. Throughout the remainder of this
document they will be referred to collectively as “SpectraLink Wireless Telephones”.
Service Information
If you encounter difficulties or have questions regarding the
configuration process, please contact Motorola technical support at
(800) 653-5350, or at
http://www.symbol.com/services/contactsupport.
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Network Topology
The following topology was used during VIEW Certification testing.
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Configuration Settings
Installing a New Image
The VIEW Certified firmware release can be obtained from Motorola’s
Developer Zone at
http://support.symbol.com/support/product/softwaredownloads.do.
Upgrading the RFS7000 Wireless Switch to the new firmware can be
done through the Web interface or through the command line
interface (CLI). Place the image on the FTP server, TFTP server or
through Compact Flash card, depending on the file transfer
mechanism chosen.
Installing firmware through the CLI
1. Enter your username and password to log into the CLI. The
defaults are login: cli user, admin password: superuser.
The serial interface parameters are 19200, 8, n, 1, n.
2. Connect the FTP/TFTP server to subnet 1.
a. For TFTP, issue the following commands:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#upgrade
tftp://TFTP_SERVER_IP_ADDR/RFS7000_FIRMWARE_FILENAME
b. For FTP, issue the following commands:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#upgrade
ftp://FTP_USERNAME:FTP_PASSWD@FTP_SERVER_IP_ADDR/
_FIRMWARE_FILENAME
3. After the upgrade is successful issue the following command:
RFS7000#reload
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Installing firmware through the Web interface
1. Open the RFS7000 applet by entering the IP address of the
wireless switch: http://192.168.2.103
2. In the navigation pane under Switch, click Firmware.
3. In the Firmware screen, click the Update Firmware button located at
the lower right of the page.
4. In the Update dialog box, select TFTP from the Using drop-down list.
5. At File, enter the RFS7000 firmware image filename.
6. At IP Address, enter the TFTP server IP address.
7. Click the Do Update button.
8. After the RFS7000 Wireless Switch performs the upgrade,
navigate to the Switch window.
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9. In the navigation pane under Switch, click Configurations.
10. Click the Restart button to reboot the switch.
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Installing the AP license through the CLI
For the RFS7000 to adopt AP300s, a license has to be installed. Obtain
the license key and then install based on the following steps:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#conf t
RFS7000(config)#license AP <LICENSE_KEY>
Installing the AP license through the Web interface
1. Open the RFS7000 applet by entering the IP address of the
wireless switch: http://192.168.2.103
2. In the navigation pane under Switch, click Licenses.
3. Enter the License Key and Feature Name as seen in the figure below.
4. Click the Install button to install the license.
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Configuring the Wireless Switch from the
Default Configuration
Radio Settings
Configuring radio settings through the CLI
The parameters for default-11bg will be configured on the switch.
When an AP is adopted on the switch it will inherit all the default11bg or 11a parameters. To configure radio settings for the wireless
switch, use the following commands.
When SpectraLink Wireless Telephones are configured for
802.11b & b/g mixed mode:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#conf t
RFS7000 (config)#wireless
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#country-code us
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio add 1 00-A0-F8-CD-ED-EC
11bg ap300
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 beacon-interval 100
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 dtim-period 3
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 bss 1 1
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 speed basic1 basic2
basic5p5 6 9 basic11 12 18 24 36 48
When SpectraLink Wireless Telephones are configured for
802.11g only mode:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#conf t
RFS7000 (config)#wireless
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#country-code us
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio add 1 00-A0-F8-CD-ED-EC
11bg ap300
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 beacon-interval 100
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 dtim-period 3
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 bss 1 1
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 1 speed 1 2 5p5 basic6 9
11 basic12 18 basic24 36 48 54
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When SpectraLink Wireless Telephones are configured for
802.11a mode:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#conf t
RFS7000 (config)#wireless
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#country-code us
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio add 2 00-A0-F8-CD-ED-EC
11a ap300
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 2 beacon-interval 100
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 2 dtim-period 3
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 2 bss 1 1
RFS7000 (config-wireless)#radio 2 speed basic6 9 basic12
18 basic24 36 48 54
Channel selection
You can specify the desired channel manually by using the following
commands.
For 802.11b/g radio:
RFS7000(config-wireless)#radio 1 channel-power indoor 11
20
For 802.11a radio:
RFS7000(config-wireless)#radio 2 channel-power indoor 36
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For configuring power and data rate settings, please consult your
facility’s RF site survey, designed for voice traffic, to determine if you
have sufficient coverage to support all data rates. SpectraLink
Wireless Telephones require the following minimum dBm reading to
support the corresponding Basic data rate setting in the access point.
802.11
Radio Standard
802.11b
802.11g
802.11a
Minimum Available
Signal Strength (RSSI)
-70 dBm
Maximum
“Basic” Data Rate
1 Mb/s
-60 dBm
11 Mb/s
-63 dBm
6 Mb/s
-47 dBm
54 Mb/s
-60 dBm
6 Mb/s
-45 dBm
54 Mb/s
For additional details on RF deployment please see the Deploying
Enterprise-Grade Wi-Fi Telephony white paper and the Best
Practices Guide for Deploying SpectraLink 8020/8030 Wireless
Telephones.
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Configuring radio settings through the Web interface
1. Open the RFS7000 applet by entering the IP address of the
wireless switch: http://192.168.2.103
2. In the navigation pane under Network, click Access Port Radios.
3. In the Configuration screen, click the Add button.
4. In the Add Radio dialog box, set the AP MAC Address
(same for 802.11a and 802.11bg).
5. Select the appropriate Radio Setting to match the radio setting on
the SpectraLink Wireless Telephones:
a. Select the 802.11a check box if the handsets are configured for
802.11a.
b. Select the 802.11bg check box if the handsets are configured
for 802.11g only or 802.11b & b/g mixed mode.
6. Click OK.
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7. Once the APs are adopted they should appear in the Access Port
Radios screen in the Configuration tab.
8. Select the appropriate radio (Radio1 for 802.11b/g or
Radio2 for 802.11a).
9. Click the Edit button.
10. In the Configuration dialog box, select the Placement, Desired Channel,
Desired Power and Beacon Interval settings from the drop-down lists.
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11. Click the Rate Settings button.
12. In the Rate settings dialog box, set the desired Basic and Supported
Rates. Click OK.
13. Click the DTIM Periods button.
14. In the DTIM Periods dialog box, set each value to 3. Click OK.
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For configuring power and data rate settings, please consult your
facility’s RF site survey, designed for voice traffic, to determine if you
have sufficient coverage to support all data rates. SpectraLink
Wireless Telephones require the following minimum dBm reading to
support the corresponding Basic data rate setting in the access point.
802.11
Radio Standard
802.11b
802.11g
802.11a
Minimum Available
Signal Strength (RSSI)
-70 dBm
Maximum
“Basic” Data Rate
1 Mb/s
-60 dBm
11 Mb/s
-63 dBm
6 Mb/s
-47 dBm
54 Mb/s
-60 dBm
6 Mb/s
-45 dBm
54 Mb/s
For additional details on RF deployment please see the Deploying
Enterprise-Grade Wi-Fi Telephony white paper and the Best
Practices Guide for Deploying SpectraLink 8020/8030 Wireless
Telephones.
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SSID,QoS and Security Settings
Configuring SSID, QoS and security settings
through the CLI
Configure the SSID, QoS and security (WPA-PSK) settings of the
wireless switch using the following commands:
RFS7000>en
RFS7000#conf t
RFS7000(config)#wireless
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan
1
1
1
1
1
1
enable
ssid spectralink
qos svp enable
qos classification low
encryption-type tkip
dot11i phrase 0 12345678
To configure WPA2-PSK replace the last two lines in the above
command sequence with the following:
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan 1 encryption-type ccmp
RFS7000(config-wireless)#wlan 1 dot11i phrase 0 12345678
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Configuring SSID, QoS and security settings
through the Web interface
1. Open the RFS7000 applet by entering the IP address of the
wireless switch: http://192.168.2.103
2. In the navigation pane under Network, click Wireless LANs.
3. In the Configuration tab screen, select WLAN1 and click the Enable
button.
4. After enabling WLAN1 click the Edit button.
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5. To configure SSID, enter spectralink in the ESSID field.
6. To configure QoS, select the Enable SVP checkbox. This will
prioritize voice packets as instructed by the SVP protocol.
7. Select Low from the Access Category drop-down list. This will cause
all non-voice packets to get lower priority.
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8. To configure security, in the Encryption section select the
WPA/WPA2-TKIP check box.
9. Click the Config button. The dialog box shown below will appear.
10. In the Key Settings section, enter 12345678 under ASCII Passphrase.
11. Click OK.
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