Owner`s Manual(en)

Owner`s Manual(en)
Please connect using either method.
Preparation
STEP 2
STEP 2
Connect the Unit (WPS)
Connect the Unit (Manual)
Prepare the following.
150Mbps WIRELESS LAN CONVERTER
● This procedure explains how to connect the unit using the WPS
function. If the base does not have a WPS function, refer to the
“Manual”procedure below.
● Do not connect the LAN cable to the unit until instructed.
● When using multiple units of this product, the IP address of this unit
needs to be changed. Refer to“Troubleshooting”on the reverse.
□ Wireless LAN Converter (this unit)
AS-WL300
Getting Started
Version: AS-WL300_QIG-A_V1
● This guide explains the usage of and necessary settings for this unit. Please
follow the procedure to complete the settings. Do not lose this guide.
● Refer to the USER'S MANUAL found on the supplied CD-ROM or on the
Web for details of other settings and uses not explained in this guide.
Refer to“The USER'S MANUAL”on the reverse for more details.
● Some Pioneer products that connect to this product will need to be
configured. Refer to their respective USER'S MANUAL for more details.
● For technical enquiries regarding this product, refer to“Please Read First”
for Support Centre details.
□ LAN/USB feeder cable (included) * This cable is a combination of a
LAN cable and a USB feeder cable
that supplies power to the unit
without using an AC adapter.
Use the supplied cable only.
1. Search for a Network Connection
1. Switch on the unit
1
Before connecting or configuring this unit, you must know the Wireless LAN
settings for your base. Write the settings in the table below.
* Refer to the base user's manual for details on the Wireless LAN settings.
Switch off the AV device.
■ When using WEP security settings
OFF
Wireless LAN Settings
Name
OFF
AV RECEIVER
Blu-ray Disc player
(1)
SSID (Network name)
(2)
Authentication
□ OPEN □ SHARED
(3)
Authentication key method
□ Hexadecimal*1 □ ASCII*2
(4)
Default key
□ Key 1
(5)
Encryption key
□ Key 2
□ Key 3
□ Key 4
* 1: 16-digit number (0-9, A-F) * 2: ASCII (1-byte letters and numbers, including upper and lowercase letters)
□ Getting Started (this guide)
□ Supported AV device, computer (not included)
□ Internet connection (not included)
2
Connect the POWER connector on the unit to the USB port on the
AV device using the USB end of the supplied feeder cable.
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Back
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①②③
Blu-ray Disc player
Name
Wireless LAN Settings
(1)
SSID (Network name)
(2)
Authentication
□ WPA-PSK
(3)
Authentication key
□ Hexadecimal*1
□ ASCII*2
(4)
Encryption
□ TKIP
□ AES
(5)
Encryption key
□ WPA2-PSK
* 1: 16-digit number (0-9, A-F) * 2: ASCII (1-byte letters and numbers, including upper and lowercase letters)
Front
Connect the following Pioneer AV devices using a
Wireless LAN.
■ When using WPA/WPA2 security settings
WPS
Part Names
Features
AV RECEIVER
● Use this procedure to manually connect the unit, especially if connecting
the unit using the“WPS”procedure, above, does not work.
● If the computer on which you will configure the unit is connected to the
Wireless LAN cable disconnect it.
● When using multiple units of this product, the IP address of this unit
needs to be changed. Refer to“Troubleshooting”on the reverse.
ETHERNET
This unit cannot connect to a base with a SSID (Network name) that includes a semicolon (;).
Side
Refer to the base user's manual for details on changing the SSID.
* The location of the USB
port and its name may
vary depending on the
device. If you cannot
locate a USB port, refer
to the device’
s user's
manual for help.
WPS
④ ⑤
⑥
① POWER indicator
④ POWER connector
② WPS indicator
⑤ ETHERNET port
③ WIRELESS indicator
⑥ WPS button
⑦
⑦ RESET button
3
A USB port is the
horizontally
(or vertically) long port
(as shown above).
* On some devices, it is
labelled [DC OUTPUT
for WIRELESS LAN].
AV RECEIVER
2. Connect to the Computer
1
Switch off the computer.
OFF
Blu-ray Disc player
2
Connect the ETHERNET port on the unit to the computer LAN port
on the computer using the LAN end of the supplied feeder cable.
Switch on the AV device.
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WPS
* The location of the LAN port and its name may vary
depending on the computer. If you cannot locate a LAN
port, refer to the computer user's manual for help.
ON
Before Configuring the Unit
Wireless LAN Converter
(this unit)
● If you do not have an Internet connection, subscribe before
configuring the unit.
● Do not connect the LAN/USB feeder cable to a USB hub.
Connect supported AV devices
easily over a Wireless LAN
using this unit.
Internet connection
Wireless LAN router
(base)
STEP 1
1
Check that the Wireless LAN router (base) has no
problem connecting to the Internet.
Modem Wireless LAN router
3
4
5
WPS
Check that the WPS indicator on the unit changes from a flashing light
to a steadily lit light.
* If the WPS indicator stops flashing and is steadily lit,
the unit is connected to the Wireless LAN.
(The unit is not connected if the WPS indicator is
flashing.)
* If the WPS indicator does not flash, press the“WPS”
button again.
* If the WPS indicator stops flashing and turns off,
press the“WPS”button again.
4
Disconnect the USB feeder cable end of the supplied cable that
is connected to the unit.
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If the base has a WPS button
ETHERNET
Continue to“Step 2 (Manual)”and ”Step 3”.
WPS
* The location of the USB port and its name may
vary depending on the device. If you cannot
locate a USB port, refer to the device’
s user’
s
manual for help.
A USB port is the horizontally (or vertically) long
port (as shown above).
* On some computers, it is labelled“USB”or
marked by a“
”.
Switch on the computer.
Check that the“
(POWER)”,“
indicators on the unit are lit.
ON
(WPS)”and“
(WIRELESS)”
* Once the indicators light up, wait
2 minutes before proceeding.
3. Configure the Unit
1
2
Lit
Launch the Web browser.
Enter“cv.setup”in the Address
bar and press <Enter>.
If you cannot display the Web Configuration window by entering“cv.setup”, enter
“192.168.1.249”and proceed to 3 . If the window still does not open, refer to
“Troubleshooting”on the reverse.
3
① Enter“admin”as the user name
and“password”the password.
② Click [OK].
WPS
AV RECEIVER
Continue to“Step 2 (WPS)”and ”Step 3”.
If the base does not have a WPS button
Step 3 Connect AV Devices
ETHERNET
The WPS indicator (centre) will flash
Computer
WPS is a function that configures the base connection and security
using a button.
* Some bases have WPS written on them.
ETHERNET
USB
Once the WPS indicator lights, wait 2 minutes before proceeding to 4 .
Notes
Connect the POWER connector on the unit to the USB port on
the computer using the USB end of the supplied feeder cable.
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Press and hold the“WPS”button on the back of the unit until the
WPS indicator on the front flashes. (over 2 seconds).
Check that the base has a WPS function. Refer to the
Wireless LAN router user's manual for details.
● If the base has a WPS button
→Follow the instructions in“Step 2 Connect the Unit
(WPS)”to connect the unit to the base.
3
for more details on the WPS button.
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This procedure requires a separate Wireless LAN router (base).
If you do not have a base, please prepare one.
2
(WIRELESS)”
Press the“WPS”button on the base. Refer to the base user's manual
Press and hold for over 2 seconds
* Check that the base has no problem connecting to
the Internet.
STEP 3
1
2
(base)
(WPS)”and“
The LAN port is the large port that is slightly
larger than a telephone modular jack.
* Some bases have LAN written on them.
2. Connect the Unit
Internet
connectivity
Check the Base
● If the base does not have a WPS button
→Follow the instructions in“Step 2 Connect the Unit
(Manual)”to connect the unit to the base.
* If you have problems using the“WPS Button,”
use the“Manual”procedure.
Check that the“
(POWER)”,“
indicators on the unit are lit.
LAN
Lit
Setup Procedure
Connect the Unit
4
Blu-ray Disc player
* Once the indicators light up, wait
2 minutes before proceeding.
Internet connection
STEP 2
AV RECEIVER
Check the Base
ADSL modem
ONU (Optical Network Unit)
Wired router, etc.
STEP 1
ON
Blu-ray Disc player
Connection to the base is now complete. Continue to Step 3.
If you cannot log in to the Web
Configuration window, check that you
have entered the settings, correctly.
Continued over the page
1
2
STEP 2 Connect the Unit (Manual) cont’
d
4
① Click“Wireless”.
② Click“Site Survey”.
STEP 3
Connect AV Devices
Once configuration is complete, connect the unit to the AV device.
1
Troubleshooting
The USER'S MANUAL
This section contains helpful tips and solutions to problems you may have when
Refer to the USER'S MANUAL on the supplied CD-ROM or on the Internet for
advanced settings.
configuring the unit.
2
Read the unit“USER'S MANUAL”for explanations on the advanced settings. Refer to“The
USER'S MANUAL”, below, for details on how to view it.
1
5
① Select the same SSID in
“Site Survey”that you
wrote in“1. Search for
a Network Connection”,
above.
* Click the“Select”button.
② Click [Connect].
Switch off the AV device.
OFF
1
OFF
2
AV RECEIVER
Blu-ray Disc player
● If the SSID is not displayed, click [Rescan].
6
Configure the unit using the settings you wrote in“1. Search for
a Network Connection,”above.
2
Connect the ETHERNET port on the unit to the LAN port on the AV device
using the LAN end of the supplied feeder cable.
When (2) in the table is“OPEN”or“SHARED”
* Configure the unit referring to the list you wrote under“When
using WEP security settings”.
① When (2) in the table is“Open”
→Select“OPEN”in“Security Mode”.
When (2) in the table is“SHARED”
→Select“SHARED”in“Security Mode”.
② When (5) in the table is a 10-digit or 5-digit encryption key
→Select“64 bit (10 hex digits/5 ascii keys)”in“WEP Key Length”.
When (5) in the table is a 26-digit or 13-digit encryption key
→Select“128 bit (26 hex digits/13 ascii keys)”in“WEP Key Length”.
③ When (3) in the table is“Hexadecimal”
→Select“Hexadecimal”in“WEP Key Entry Method”.
When (3) in the table is“ASCII”
→Select“ASCII Text”in“WEP Key Entry Method”.
④ Enter the encryption key in (5) in the table in the field that
corresponds to the WEP key checked in (4) in the table.
* For example, If (4) in the table is“Key 1”, enter the same
encryption key in (5) in the table in the“WEP Key 1”field.
⑤ Select the same default key as in (4) in the table.
⑥ Click [Apply].
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WPS
LAN
* The location of the LAN
port and its name may
vary depending on the
computer. If you cannot
locate a LAN port, refer
to the computer user's
manual for help.
3
The LAN port is the
large port thatUSB
is
slightly larger than
a telephone modular
jack.
* Some bases have
LAN written on them.
AV RECEIVER
Blu-ray Disc player
Connect the POWER connector on the unit to the USB port on the AV device
using the USB end of the supplied feeder cable.
1
2
3
4
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5
6
* The location of the USB
port and its name may
vary depending on the
device. If you cannot
locate a USB port, refer
to the device user's
manual for help.
When (2) in the table is“WPA-Personal”or“WPA2-Personal”
* Refer to“When using WPA/WPA2 security settings”on the front
to complete the settings.
① Enter the same encryption key as in (5) in the table.
② Click [Apply].
* The base selected in
6 is displayed in
“Security Mode”and
“WPA Algorithms”.
4
AV RECEIVER
A USB port is the
horizontally (or
vertically) long port
(as shown above).
* On some devices, it is
labelled“DC OUTPUT
for WIRELESS LAN”.
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ON
Check the details and click [OK].
AV RECEIVER
5
Access the following web site.
<U.S.>
<Canada>
<U.K.>
<EU>
<Asia>
<Australia>
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com
http://www.pioneerelectronics.ca
http://www.pioneer.co.uk
http://www.pioneer.eu
http://www.pioneer.com.sg
http://www.pioneer.com.au
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We are unable to answer any questions about the source code for the open source software.
Resetting the unit will erase all existing settings. Be sure to note all
important information before resetting it.
ON
The browser will close 10 seconds after you clicked [OK] in 7 , above.
Viewing the Manual on the Web
Please refer to following URL for further information of GNU General Public License Version 2.
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Notes
● Click“run rundll32.exe”on the Autorun window.
● Click [Yes] on the“Active content can ...”window.
● If the USER'S MANUAL does not open, open the CD-ROM from“Computer”or
“My Computer”and double click“index.html”.
● If using a Mac, double click on the CD-ROM icon on the desktop, then double
click“index.html”.
You can get corresponding open source code from the following URL.
Reset the Unit
Switch on the AV device.
The USER'S MANUAL will automatically launch when you insert the supplied
CD-ROM in your computer CD or DVD drive.
OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Blu-ray Disc player
1
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The unit will not turn on.
● Check that the USB feeder cable is properly connected to the unit and the
AV device.
The unit will not connect to the Internet.
● Refer to“Step 3 Connect AV Devices”and check that the device and the
cables are properly connected.
● Switch the unit off and on.
● If the unit and the base (Wireless LAN router) are too far apart or have an
obstacle between them, move the base closer to where there are no
obstructions and try again.
● The electromagnetic waves from microwave ovens may interfere with
Wireless Transmission. Connect away from microwave ovens.
● Check the AV device IP address settings (automatic and fixed settings).
If it is a fixed setting, you will need to set the IP address to match the
Wireless LAN router network settings.
For example, if Wireless LAN router IP address is“192.168.1.1”, set the AV
device IP address to“192.168.1.XXX*”, the Subnet Mask to“255.255.255.0”
and the Gateway or DNS to“192.168.1.1”.
* Set the“XXX”in“192.168.1.XXX”to a value between 2 and 248 that will
not conflict with other devices.
● If the above settings do not work, reset the unit. Refer to“Reset the Unit”
for instructions.
When using multiple units of this product or the IP address of another device
is“192.168.XXX.249”*.
* The“XXX”in“192.168.XXX.249”may vary depending on the environment.
● The unit cannot connect with the base if the unit IP address overlaps.
Change the IP address using the following procedure.
1)Reset the unit. Refer to“Reset the Unit”for instructions.
2)Refer to“Step 2 Connect the Unit (Manual)”→“2. Connect to the
Computer”on the front for details on how to connect the unit to a
computer.
3)Refer to“Step 2 Connect the Unit (Manual)”→“3. Configure the Unit”
on the front and follow 1 through 3 to configure the unit.
4)Click“Network”in the top menu.
5)Click“LAN Interface Setup”in the left menu.
6)Set the IP address to“192.168.1.XXX”* in the“Local Area Network
(LAN) Settings”window.
* Set the“XXX”in“192.168.1.XXX”to a value between 2 and 248 that
will not conflict with other devices.
7)Click [Apply].
8)Follow the procedure in either“Step 2 Connect the Unit (WPS)”or“Step
2 Connect the Unit (Manual)”on the front to reconfigure the unit.
An error occurs when entering“cv.setup”or“192.168.1.249”in the Address
bar of the browser.
● Reset the unit. Refer to“Reset the Unit”for instructions.
Viewing the Manual on the Supplied CD-ROM
1. Check that the unit is switched on.
2. Press the RESET button on the unit for over 3 seconds.
3. Release the RESET button when the POWER indicator turns off then flashes.
4. Wait. Reset is complete when the unit restarts.
Once the unit is reset, follow the procedure in either“Step 2 Connect the Unit (WPS)”
or“Step 2 Connect the Unit (Manual)”on the front to configure the unit.
Blu-ray Disc player
Check that the“
(POWER)”,“
indicators on the unit are lit.
(WPS)”and“
(WIRELESS)”
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The factory settings are as follows.
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* Once the indicators light up, wait
2 minutes before proceeding.
Disconnect the LAN/USB feeder cable connected to the unit.
User name (login ID)
Password
admin
password
IP address
192.168.1.249
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6
Connection to the base is complete. Continue to Step 3.
Check that the network function of the connected AV device is operating
properly. Refer to the device user's manual for more details.
Configuration is complete.
Check that the following items are supplied in the package.
OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
□ AS-WL300 (this unit)
□ CD-ROM (USER'S MANUAL)
□ Please Read First
□ LAN/USB feeder cable
□ Getting Started (this guide)
* If the contents of the package are damaged or missing, please contact us or the store.
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● Note: Please sure to read the product USER'S MANUAL thoroughly before using this product to ensure safe and correct usage.
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