EOC-2610 Quick Installation Guide

EOC-2610 Quick Installation Guide
EOC-2610
Wireless Access Point & Client Bridge
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Quick Start Guide
OC-2610 is a long range outdoor wireless Access Point
and Client Bridge that operates seamlessly in the
2.4GHz frequency spectrum. It features high transmitted output
power and high receivable sensitivity along with antenna diversity.
High output power and high sensitivity can extend range and
coverage to reduce the roaming between Access Points to get a more
stable wireless connection. It also reduces the expense of equipment
in the same environment.
This Guide will assist you in setting up the Access Point as quickly as
possible and with the least effort.
Specify admin as the default User
Name and Password, and then click on
the Login button.
IP Address Configuration
The default IP address of the device is
192.168.1.1. In order to log into this device,
you must first configure the TCP/IP settings
of your PC/Notebook.
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In the control panel, double click
Network Connections and then double
click on the connection of your Network
Interface Card (NIC). You will then see
the following screen.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and
then click on the Properties button. This
will allow you to configure the TCP/IP
settings of your PC/Notebook.
Select Use the following IP Address
radio button and then enter the IP
address (192.168.1.21) and subnet
mask (255.255.255.0). Ensure that the
IP address and subnet mask are on the
same subnet as the device.
Click on the OK button to close this
window, and once again to close LAN
properties window.
Logging In
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To configure the device through the
web-browser, enter the IP address of the
Bridge (default: 192.168.1.1) into the
address bar of the web-browser and
press Enter.
After connecting to the IP address, the
web-browser will display the login page.
Quick Start Guide v.1.0
Refer to User’s Manual for complete instructions
Administration
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Click on the Administration link under
the Management section. This option
allows you to create a new user name
and password for the device. For
security it is highly recommended for
security reasons.
Name: Specify a user name into the first
field.
Password: Specify a password into this
field and then re-type the password into
the Confirm Password field. Then click
on the Apply button.
Click on the Apply button to save the
changes.
System Properties
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Click on the System Properties link on
the System section. This feature allows
you to configure the device as an Access
Point or Repeater.
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Wireless Access Point & Client Bridge
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Device Name: Specify a name for the
device – this is not the SSID.
Country/Region: Select the region from
the drop-down list.
Operation Mode: Select Access Point
or Client Bridge radio button.
Click on the Apply button to save the
changes.
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IP Settings
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Click on the IP Settings link on the
System section. This feature allows
you to configure the LAN interface
using a static IP address or as a
DHCP client. This IP address is also
used to access the web-based
interface.
IP Network Setting: Select Obtain
an IP address automatically (DHCP)
radio button if the Access Point is
connected to a DHCP server. This will
allow the Access Point to pass IP
addresses to the clients associated
with it.
WARNING:
If device failed to obtain valid IP from a
DHCP server, the device will revert
back to the default IP 192.168.1.1.
You may select Specify an IP
Address radio button if you would like
the device to use a static IP address.
In this case, you would be required to
specify an IP address, subnet mask,
and default gateway IP address.
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IP Address: Specify an IP address
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IP Subnet Mask: Specify the subnet
mask for the IP address
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Default Gateway: Specify the IP
address of the default gateway.
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Click on the Apply button to save the
changes.
Note: If you change the IP address here, you
may need to adjust your PC’s network
settings to access the network again.
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Wireless Mode: Depending on the
type of wireless clients that are
connected to the network, you may
select B, G, or B/G-mixed.
Channel: Select a channel from the
drop-down
list.
The
channels
available are based on the country’s
regulation.
You may configure up to four different
wireless profiles. Click on the Edit
button to modify the profile and place
a check in the Enable box to activate
the profile.
SSID: The SSID is a unique named
shared amongst all the points of the
wireless network. The SSID must be
identical on all points of the wireless
network and cannot exceed 32
characters.
VLAN ID: If you have enabled VLAN
tagging on your network, specify the
VLAN tag ID.
Suppressed SSID: Place a check in
this box if you would like to hide the
SSID. By enabling this feature,
wireless clients will not be able to
scan this access point in a site
survey.
Station Separator: This is also
known as layer 2 isolation. Clients
connected to this Access Point will
not be able to directly communicate
with each other.
Security Mode: By default, the
security is disabled. Refer to the
user’s Manual to configure the
security features such as WEP, WPA,
WPA-PSK, WPA2, WPA2-PSK and
WPA-Mixed.
Click on the Apply button to save the
changes
Wireless Network & Security
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Click on the Wireless Network link
on the Wireless section. This feature
allows you to configure the wireless
mode, channel, SSID, and security
settings.
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Quick Start Guide v.1.0
Refer to User’s Manual for complete instructions
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