Avaya W110 Network Card User Manual

W110 WLAN Access Point Quick Start Guide
Regulatory Flyer for the W110
Before installing the W110 WLAN Access Point, you must go to the
Documentation CD-ROM to read the regulatory flyer. You must
install and use this product in strict accordance to the manufacturer's
instructions described in the Regulatory Flyer.
LEDs on the W110 (continued)
LED
Description
State
Power
Green
Amber
The regulatory flyer describes regulatory information, such as,
important safety information, restrictions, country-specific radio
approval information and installation requirements.
Amber
Meaning
Solid
Solid
Flashing
What You Will Need Prior to the Installation
Red
The items below are required prior to starting the installation:
Solid
Included in the W110 package
ˆ
One Avaya W110 WLAN Access Point
(also known as a (LAP))
ˆ
ˆ
ˆ
One Mounting Bracket with Screws
Operational error.
Software image may be
corrupt, reload the image.
Try reconnecting cables.
Flashing
Rebooting
PoE
Power over
Ethernet
Green
Solid
Port is power enabled and
is delivering power
Green
Flashing
Port is power enabled but
there is no W110
connected
This Quick Start Flyer
Speed
One Category 5 Ethernet Cable
Installation and Configuration Procedure
Authentication between the
W110 and W310 is
occurring; there is a Power
On Self Test (POST)
failure
Red
Required but not included in the package
One W310 WLAN Gateway
Authentication between the
W110 and W310 is
occurring
LEDs on the W310
One Documentation CD
ˆ
ˆ
Power is on - no
operational errors.
Ethernet
Connection
Type
Green
Off
Port is power disabled
Solid
100BaseT Ethernet
Connection
Off
10BaseT Ethernet
Connection
Step 4: Mount the W110
The steps that follow describe how to complete the installation and basic
configuration of the W110.
Step 1: Connect the Ethernet Cable to the W110
The W110 has one LAN port on the rear panel which is used to connect
the standard Category 5 Ethernet cable from the W110 to a W310 port.
Mount the W110 to one of the following:
— Ceiling
— Wall
!
LAP's General Attributes:
Lap Name
Lap Location
Physical Port Number
Hardware Version
Software Image Version
Original Boot Loader Version
Upgrade Boot Loader Version
Up Time
Current Operational Mode
LAP's General Attributes:
Lap Name
Lap Location
Physical Port Number
Hardware Version
Software Image Version
Original Boot Loader Version
Upgrade Boot Loader Version
Up Time
Current Operational Mode
.......
It is the your responsibility to use the proper hardware (screws/
mounting plate) for the installation, and, to mount the device in a
safe and secure manner and location for your environment.
port-02
N/A
2
58.0.0
1.1.12
1.1.1
255.255.255
50264230
802.11a
Step 2: Connect the Other End of Cable(s)
2. Double check to see if all cables are connected to the W110
correctly.
Keyholes
3. Make sure you are using a standard Category 5 cable to power
the W110. The cable should have a length less than the
Ethernet standard of 100 meters (325 feet) from the Ethernet
port on the W310 to the W110 LAN port.
4. Try using a different Ethernet cable – if it works, there may be a
faulty connection on the cable.
FRONT
Insert the RJ45 plug from the standard Category 5 Ethernet
cable into the W310 Ethernet port. The W310 provides 16 10/
100 Base-T Ethernet interfaces with PoE. The W310 will
supply power to a port only after it has detected a W110.
Mounting Plate
for the W110.
Ethernet Traffic
!
You must use the proper screws and mounting hardware that is
appropriate for the material to which you are attaching the
W110.
a. Put the mounting plate up to the wall.
Wireless Traffic
c. Place the AP up against the mounting plate. Orient the AP
vertically (as shown below), with the LAN connector facing to
the right.
Back Panel
The table below describes the function of each LED on the W310 front
panel.
LED
Description
State
Ethernet
Yellow
Wireless
10BaseT Ethernet
connection - no traffic
Flashing
10BaseT Ethernet traffic
Green
Solid
100BaseT Ethernet
connection - no traffic
Step 5: Configure the W110 Through the W310
The W110 configuration is done through the W310 using the Command
Line Interface (CLI) or the W310 Device Manager (Web Interface).
Green
Flashing
100BaseT Ethernet traffic
Green
Flashing
Wireless traffic.
NOTE:
It is recommended that you use the Quick Setup Guide for the
W310 Device Manager or Command Line Interface (CLI) for
installation and configuration instructions.
P/N: 67926R1
Document Number: 21-300159
© 2004 Avaya, Inc. March 2004
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—
36
5.180
5.180
—
5.180
—
—
38
—
—
5.190
—
—
—
40
5.200
5.200
—
5.200
—
—
42
—
—
5.210
—
—
—
44
5.220
5.220
—
5.220
—
—
46
—
—
5.230
—
—
—
48
5.240
5.240
—
5.240
—
—
52
5.260
5.260
—
—
—
5.260
56
5.280
5.280
—
—
—
5.280
58
5.300
5.300
—
—
—
5.300
60
5.320
5.320
—
—
—
5.320
100
—
5.500
—
—
—
—
104
—
5.520
—
—
—
—
108
—
5.540
—
—
—
—
yes
112
—
5.560
—
—
—
—
116
—
5.580
—
—
—
—
Rogue Access Point Detection
yes
120
—
5.600
—
—
—
—
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
yes
124
—
5.620
—
—
—
—
128
—
5.640
—
—
—
—
132
—
5.660
—
—
—
—
136
—
5.680
—
—
140
—
5.700
—
—
—
—
149
5.745
—
—
5.745
5.745
5.745
153
5.675
—
—
5.675
5.675
5.675
157
5.785
—
—
5.785
5.785
5.785
161
5.805
—
—
5.805
5.805
5.805
165
5.825
—
—
5.825
—
5.825
4. Attach the antenna to the T-Bar and adjust/swivel it to lock on
the T-Bar.
H Band
Note 1: Key lengths supported by 802.11a: 64-bit, 128-bit, and 152-bit.
Key lengths supported by 802.11b: 64-bit and 128-bit.
Key lengths supported by 802.11b/g: 64-bit, 128-bit, and 152-bit.
Attach the antenna(s) to the W110.
Perform the following steps to attach a Dual Band REA to the W110:
Note 2: EAP-MD5, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, and PEAP client supplicant supported.
Upper Band
(149 = default)
CAUTION:
Use electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions when connecting
the Dual Band REA to the W110.
1. Press down near the center of the compartment covering and
slide open the External Antenna Access compartment on the
W110.
Physical Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x L) = 1 x 4.75 x 7.8 in (2.5 x 12.1 x 19.8
in.)
Weight = 0.65 kg (1.50 lb.)
ISM Band
The available 802.11b and 802.11g channels vary by regulatory
domain and/or country. 802.11b radio certification is available in the
following regions:
— Temperature
— FCC - U.S./Canada, Mexico, and Australia
— Operating: 0° to +55°C (32° to 131°F)
— Storage: -20° to +85°C (-4° to 185°F)
— ETSI - Most of Europe, including the United Kingdom and some
Eastern block countries
— Humidity
— Altitude: up to 10,000 feet (3048 meters)
— Non-operating transport: as cargo in unpressurized
civilian aircraft holds
Opening an W110 Antenna Compartment
2. When connecting the first REA cable, attach the cable to the
outer connector in the compartment (connector 1).
NOTE:
There are two antenna connectors in the W110, 1 and 2 (see the
illustration that follows). Connectors 1 and 2 are for the 802.11a/b/g
radios. Connector 1 is labeled on the hardware. When connecting
one REA, use connector 1, as appropriate. The second REA for a
radio should be connected to connector 2.
— IL - Israel
Channel ID
ETSI
(GHz)
MKK
(GHz)
2.412
2.412
2.412
1
2
2.417
2.417
4
2.427
2.427
2.427
2.427
— 802.3af PoE - Compliant with IEEE 802.3af PoE specification
5
2.432
2.432
2.432
2.432
— Category 5, twisted pair cables must be used to ensure
compliance with FCC Part 15, subpart B, Class B
requirements
— Standard 802.3af pin assignments
W110 Antenna Connector
Antenna Body
3. If installing a second REA, connect the cable to connector 2
(802.11a/b/g radio).
Main Base
Specifications
Number of Stations per BSS
Perform the following procedures to mount the Dual Band REA to a wall
or ceiling and to install it on the W110:
Dual Band REA Wall Mount Installation
Feature
Without encryption
W110
up to 63
With WEP encryption
up to 63
With 802.1x
Authentication
up to 63
With WPA
up to 27
1. Detach the Antenna Body from the Main Base.
2. Press the Base Top upward to release it from the Main Base.
The following tables show typical range values for various environments
for FCC-certified products (range may differ for products certified in other
regulatory domains).
802.11a Wireless Communication Ranges
54
Mbits/s
Range
48
Mbits/s
36
Mbits/s
24
Mbits/s
18
Mbits/s
12
Mbits/s
9
Mbits/s
6
Mbits/s
Open Office
46 m
(151 ft.)
62 m
(203 ft.)
82 m
(269 ft.)
110 m
(361 ft.)
136 m
(446 ft.)
169 m
(554 ft.)
181 m
(594 ft.)
195 m
(640 ft.)
SemiOpen Office
32 m
(105 ft.)
42 m
(138 ft.)
57 m
(187 ft.)
75 m
(246 ft.)
94 m
(308 ft.)
116 m
(381 ft.)
125 m
(410 ft.)
134 m
(440 ft.)
Closed
Office
22 m
(72 ft.)
29 m
(95 ft.)
39 m
(128 ft.)
52 m
(171 ft.)
64 m
(210 ft.)
80 m
(262 ft.)
86 m
(282 ft.)
92 m
(302 ft.)
Tx Power
(dBm)
16
17
18
18
18
18
18
18
Receiver
Sensitivity
(dBm)
-69
-73
-77
-81
-84
-87
-88
-89
Antenna
Gain
0 dBi (integrated diversity antenna module; 5.15-5.85 GHz)
54
Mbits/s
48
Mbits/s
36
Mbits/s
24
Mbits/s
18
Mbits/s
12
Mbits/s
Open Office
56 m
(184 ft.)
69 m
(226 ft.)
107 m
(351 ft.)
164 m
(538 ft.)
219 m
(718 ft.)
272 m
(892 ft.)
Semi-Open
Office
38 m
(125 ft.)
48 m
(157 ft.)
73 m
(239 ft.)
113 m
(371 ft.)
151 m
(495 ft.)
187 m
(614 ft.)
Closed
Office
26 m
(85 ft.)
33 m
(108 ft.)
51 m
(167 ft.)
78 m
(256 ft.)
104 m
(341 ft.)
129 m
(423 ft.)
Tx Power
(dBm)
17
18
18
18
18
18
-68
-70
-75
-80
-84
-87
Range
2.437
2.437
2.437
2.437
2.442
2.442
2.442
2.442
8
2.447
2.447
2.447
2.447
Receiver
Sensitivity
(dBm)
9
2.452
2.452
2.452
-
Antenna
Gain
10
2.457
2.457
1
2.457
-
11
2.462
2.4621
2.462
-
2.4671
2.467
12
-
13
-
2.4721
14
-
-
9
Mbits/s
6
Mbits/s
11
Mbits/s
5.5
Mbits/s
2
Mbits/s
1
Mbits/s
292 m
(958 ft.)
314 m
(1030 ft.)
204 m
(669 ft.)
236 m
(774 ft.)
253 m
(830 ft.)
338 m
(1109 ft.)
-
Semi-Open
Office
201 m
(659 ft.)
216 m
(709 ft.)
140 m
(459 ft.)
162 m
(531 ft.)
174 m
(571 ft.)
232 m
(761 ft.)
-
Closed
Office
138 m
(453 ft.)
149 m
(489 ft.)
97 m
(318 ft.)
111 m
(364 ft.)
120 m
(394 ft.)
160 m
(525 ft.)
2.484
Note 1: France is restricted to these four channels.
— The available 802.11g channels vary by regulatory domain and/
or country. 802.11g radio certification is available in the
following regions:
— FCC - U.S./Canada, Mexico, and Australia
Tx Power
(dBm)
18
18
20
20
20
20
Receiver
Sensitivity
(dBm)
-88
-89
-83
-85
-86
-90
Antenna
Gain
0 dBi (integrated diversity antenna module; 2.4-2.5 GHz)
Dual Band Range Extender Antenna Specifications
The Dual Band REA has the following technical specifications.
— ETSI - Europe and the United Kingdom
— ETSI: Europe and the United Kingdom
— MKK: Japan
— ETSI - Europe, including the United Kingdom, China, and South
Korea
— SG: Singapore
— MKK - Japan
— ASIA: China, Hong Kong, and South Korea
— IL - Israel
Channel ID
Range
-
2.472
1 dBi (integrated diversity antenna module; 2.4-2.5 GHz)
Open Office
IL
(GHz)
Dual Band REA Electrical Specifications
Frequency Range
2400 MHz - 2500 MHz
5150 MHz - 5875 MHz
Average gain including
cable loss
0.5 dBi
1.5 dBi
FCC
(GHz)
ETSI
(GHz)
MKK
(GHz)
VSWR
2.0 : 1 Max
2.0 : 1 Max
1
2.412
2.412
2.412
-
Polarization
Linear, vertical
Linear, vertical
2
2.417
2.417
2.417
-
Power handling
2 W (cw)
2 W (cw)
3
2.422
2.422
2.422
-
Impedance
50 Ohms
4
2.427
2.427
2.427
2.427
5
2.432
2.432
2.432
2.432
6
2.437
2.437
2.437
2.437
7
2.442
2.442
2.442
2.442
8
2.447
2.447
2.447
2.447
9
2.452
2.452
2.452
-
10
2.457
2.457 1
2.457
-
11
2.462
2.462
1
2.462
-
12
-
2.467 1
2.467
-
13
-
2.472 1
2.472
-
14
-
-
2.484 2
-
Note 1: France is restricted to these channels.
Note 2: Channel 14 is only available when using 802.11b only mode.
Perform the following steps to wall mount the Dual Band REA.
— In a Closed Office environment, solid walls and other
obstructions may affect signal strength.
7
— FCC: U.S., Canada, and Australia
— TW: Taiwan
— In Semi-open Office environments, workspace is divided by
shoulder-height, hollow wall elements; antennas are at desktop
level.
6
— 802.11g Channel Frequencies
Connector 1
-
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
The available 802.11a channel frequencies vary by regulatory
domain and/or country. 802.11a radio certification is available in the
following regions:
Connector 2
2.417
-
NOTE:
802.11a/b/g radio
connectors
-
2.422
Power over Ethernet Interface
— In Open Office environments, antennas can “see” each other
(no physical obstructions between them).
IL
(GHz)
2.422
10/100 Base-TX Auto Sensing, RJ-45 female socket
The range of your wireless devices can be affected when the antennas
are placed near metal surfaces and solid high-density materials. Range is
also impacted due to “obstacles” in the signal path of the radio that may
either absorb or reflect the radio signal.
802.11 b/g Wireless Communication Ranges
FCC
(GHz)
2.422
Ethernet Interface
The range of the wireless signal is related to the composition of objects in
the radio wave path and the transmit rate of the wireless communication.
Communications at a lower transmit range may travel longer distances.
These values are provided as a guide of relative ranges by data rates
only and should ot be considered as an absolute value of performance.
— MKK - Japan
3
as a Class 3 device
Wireless Communication Range
—
802.11b/g Channel Frequencies
Environmental Specifications
— Operating: 5 to 95% relative humidity (non condensing
at 5°C and 40°C or 41°F to 104°F)
— Storage: 5 to 95% relative humidity (non condensing at
5°C and 85°C or 41°F to 185°F)
—
Note 1: Channel 34 is the default channel for Japan
802.11a Channel Frequencies
The Dual Band REA is a dual band indoor antenna that works with both
2.4 GHz (802.11b/g) and 5 GHz (802.11a) radios. You can optionally
install up to two Dual Band Range Extender Antennas on the W110.
TW
(GHz)
—
802.11g Channel Frequencies
Screw Cavity
Yellow
IEEE 802.11 WEP 1
Middle Band
(52 = default)
ASIA
(GHz)
—
Refer to the Regulatory Flyer included with the W110 for the
latest regulatory information.
Bottom Plate
Meaning
Solid
Supported by W110
SG
(GHz)
5.170 1
Connectivity - LED Activity But Users Cannot Access the
W310
Metal Plate
LEDs on the W110
yes
MKK
(GHz)
—
IEEE 802.1x Authentication 2
4. Close the External Antenna Access compartments.
LEDs
yes
yes
ETSI
(GHz)
—
34
Radio Specifications
Base Top
Power and Error
Indicator
yes
yes
Channel FCC
ID
(GHz)
2. Remove the Metal Plate.
Dual Band Range Extender Antenna
b. Screw through the mounting plate.
yes
TX Power Control
Lower Band
(36 = default)
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Make sure you have configured the W110 with the proper Network
Name (SSID) and Security settings. This is done through the W310
using the W310 Device Manager or W310 CLI.
CAUTION:
Closed System Feature
Frequency
Band
5. Try to connect a different W110 to the same port on the W310 –
if it works and a link is established, there is probably a faulty
data link in the W110.
Range Antenna Installation
Once you connect both ends of the Ethernet cable and the W310 mobility
gateway is up and running, all front panel LEDs illuminate briefly.
yes
yes
Mounting the W110 to a Wall
Step 3: W110 LEDs
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RADIUS MAC-based Access Control
1. Check to see if the PoE LED for the port on the W310 is either
solid or flashing green. If it is not lit, check to see if the port is set
to deliver Power over Ethernet. Use the W310 CLI command
show powerinline to see if the port is set to receive power.
— If it is set correctly, try a different port on the W310 – if it
works, there is probably a faulty port or bad RJ-45 port
connection.
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MAC Access Control
This section describes how to troubleshoot connection issues with the
W110. For configuration issues, see the W310 Installation and
Configuration User Guide.
— If power is not enabled, then try the CLI command set
port powerinline 1/<port_number> enable to
enable power for the port. (where 1 is the module number,
<port_number> is the W310 port, and enable/disable is to
enable/disable power for the port.
802.11b/g
1. Detach the Antenna Body from the Main Base.
The compartment closer to the LED panel contains the
connectors for the 802.11 a/b/g radio.
— If the port is receiving power, the Inline Operational Status
for the port will display as “Delivering Power”.
802.11a
Automatic Channel
Selection (ACS)
Feature
Perform the following steps to mount the Dual Band REA to a T-bar
ceiling:
!
802.11b
Security Functions
Dual Band REA Ceiling Installation Using the T-Bar
3. Turn over the Bottom Plate and reinstall it on the Main Base.
b. Snap the tabs onto the ceiling T-bar. Rotate the W110 until it
snaps on to the T-bar.
BACK
Perform the following step to mount the Dual Band REA to a normal
ceiling:
port-01
N/A
1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
802.11a
a. Attach the mounting plate to the bottom of the W110 by lining up
the keyholes and snapping it into place.
Directly connect the other end of the cable to one of the W310 Ethernet
ports.
Dual Band REA Ceiling Installation Without a T-Bar
Connectivity - No LED Activity on the W110
CAUTION:
Feature
5. Attach the Antenna Body to the Base Top.
1. Screw the antenna directly to the ceiling through the hole on the
Base; use the anchor if necessary.
There are five sets of frequency bands that determine the available
channels depending on the regulatory domain and/or country.
Medium Access Control (MAC) Functions
4. Screw the Base Top to the wall.
b. Type show lap parameters at the prompt to display the
parameters for each W110 connected to a W310 port. In the
example shown below, port 1 does not have a W110 connected
to it while port 2 does.
Troubleshooting
You can also place the W110 on a desktop rather than mounting it to a
wall and ceiling.
3. Use a metal plate or a coin to push the tenon between the
Antenna body and the Base Top to remove the Base Top.
a. If you have not done so already, open a CLI session for the
W310 that has the W110 connected to it.
c. It is recommended that you go to the Quick Setup Guide or the
W310 Command Line Reference Guide before making any
changes to the W110 configuration using the CLI.
Mounting the W110 to a ceiling:
Insert the RJ45
plug from a
standard Category
5 Ethernet cable
into the W110 LAN
port. The cable
also provides
Power over
Ethernet (PoE)
from the W310.
If you want to verify the W110 port parameters on the W310, you can use
the CLI. This CLI allows you to check if you have the correct version of
the W110 software image loaded.
Dual Band REA Environmental and Mechanical Specifications
Temperature
-10°C to 55°C (14°F to 131°F)
Humidity
5% to 95% at 5° to 25°C (41° to
77°F)
Weight
110 g
Dimensions
76 x 56 x 194 mm
Cable length
1.5 m