AirLive WL-5470POE WLAN access point

AirLive WL-5470POE WLAN access point
WL-5470POE
54Mbps PoE Multi-Function
Wireless AP
User’s Manual
Declaration of Conformity
We, Manufacturer/Importer
OvisLink Corp.
5F., NO.6, Lane 130, Min-Chuan Rd.,
Hsin-Tien City, Taipei County, Taiwan
Declare that the product
802.11b/g Multi-Function Wireless Access Point
AirLive WL-5470POE
is in conformity with
In accordance with 89/336/EC Directive and 1999/5 EC-R & TTE Directive
Clause
Description
■ EN 300 328 v1.7.1
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
Wideband transmission equipment operating in the 2.4GHz ISM band
And using spread spectrum modulation techniques; Part 1:technical
Characteristics and test conditions Part2:Harmonized EN covering
Essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive
(2006-10)
■ EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM);
(2005-09)
Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) standard for radio equipment and
■ EN 301 489-17 V1.2.1 Services; Part 17:Specific conditions for wideband data and
(2002-08)
HIPERLAN equipment
■ EN 50371:2002
Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of low power
Electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related
to human exposure to electromagnetic field (10MHz – 300GHz)
-General public
■ EN 50392:2004
Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of electronic and
electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related to human
exposure to electromagnetic fields (0Hz – 300GHz )
■ EN 60950-1:2001+A11 Safety for information technology equipment including electrical
:2004
business equipment
■ CE marking
Manufacturer/Importer
Signature
:
Name
:
Position/ Title:
Albert Yeh
Vice President
(Stamp)
Date: 2008/10/15
AirLive WL-5470POE CE Declaration Statement
Country
cs
Česky [Czech]
Declaration
OvisLink Corp. tímto prohlašuje, že tento AirLive
WL-5470POE je ve shodě se základními
požadavky a dalšími příslušnými ustanoveními
směrnice 1999/5/ES.
da
Dansk [Danish]
Undertegnede OvisLink Corp. erklærer herved, at nl
følgende udstyr AirLive WL-5470POE overholder Nederlands [Dutch
de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i
direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Hierbij verklaart OvisLink Corp. dat het toestel AirLive
WL-5470POE in overeenstemming is met de
essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen
van richtlijn 1999/5/EG.
de
Deutsch
[German]
Hiermit erklärt OvisLink Corp., dass sich das
mt
Gerät AirLive WL-5470POE in Übereinstimmung Malti [Maltese]
mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den
übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der
Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet.
Hawnhekk, OvisLink Corp, jiddikjara li dan AirLive
WL-5470POE jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet essenzjali u
ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti li hemm
fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC.
et
Eesti [Estonian]
Käesolevaga kinnitab OvisLink Corp. seadme
AirLive WL-5470POE vastavust direktiivi
1999/5/EÜ põhinõuetele ja nimetatud direktiivist
tulenevatele teistele asjakohastele sätetele.
Az OvisLink Corporation kijelenti, hogy az AirLive
WL-5470POE megfelel az 1999/05/CE irányelv
alapvető követelményeinek és egyéb vonatkozó
rendelkezéseinek.
en
English
Hereby, OvisLink Corp., declares that this AirLive pl
WL-5470POE is in compliance with the essential Polski [Polish]
requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Niniejszym OvisLink Corp oświadcza, że AirLive
WL-5470POE jest zgodny z zasadniczymi wymogami
oraz pozostałymi stosownymi postanowieniami
Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC.
es
Español
[Spanish]
Por medio de la presente OvisLink Corp. declara pt
que el AirLive WL-5470POE cumple con los
Português
requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras
[Portuguese]
disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la
Directiva 1999/5/CE.
OvisLink Corp declara que este AirLive WL-5470POE
está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras
disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE.
el
ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ OvisLink Corp. ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ
Ελληνική [Greek] ΟΤΙ AirLive WL-5470POE ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩΔΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ
ΛΟΙΠΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ΔΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΟΔΗΓΙΑΣ
1999/5/ΕΚ.
Country
lt
Lietuvių
[Lithuanian]
hu
Magyar
[Hungarian]
sl
Slovensko
[Slovenian]
Declaration
Šiuo OvisLink Corp. deklaruoja, kad šis AirLive
WL-5470POE atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas
1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas.
OvisLink Corp izjavlja, da je ta AirLive WL-5470POE v
skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi
določili direktive 1999/5/ES.
fr
Par la présente OvisLink Corp. déclare que
sk
OvisLink Corp týmto vyhlasuje, že AirLive
Français [French] l'appareil AirLive WL-5470POE est conforme aux Slovensky [Slovak] WL-5470POE spĺňa základné požiadavky a všetky
exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions
príslušné ustanovenia Smernice 1999/5/ES.
pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE
it
Italiano [Italian]
Con la presente OvisLink Corp. dichiara che
questo AirLive WL-5470POE è conforme ai
requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni
pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
lv
Ar šo OvisLink Corp. deklarē, ka AirLive
Latviski [Latvian] WL-5470POE atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK
būtiskajām prasībām un citiem ar to saistītajiem
noteikumiem.
sv
Svenska
[Swedish]
fi
Suomi [Finnish]
OvisLink Corp vakuuttaa täten että AirLive
WL-5470POE tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY
oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin
muiden ehtojen mukainen
Hér með lýsir OvisLink Corp yfir því að AirLive
Íslenska [Icelandic] WL-5470POE er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar
kröfur, sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC.
Härmed intygar OvisLink Corp. att denna AirLive no
OvisLink Corp erklærer herved at utstyret AirLive
WL-5470POE står I överensstämmelse med de Norsk [Norwegian] WL-5470POE er i samsvar med de grunnleggende
väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta
krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv
1999/5/EG.
A copy of the full CE report can be obtained from the following address:
OvisLink Corp.
5F, No.6 Lane 130,
Min-Chuan Rd, Hsin-Tien City,
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
This equipment may be used in AT, BE, CY, CZ, DK, EE, FI, FR, DE, GR, HU, IE, IT, LV, LT, LU, MT, NL, PL, PT, SK,
SI, ES, SE, GB, IS, LI, NO, CH, BG, RO, TR
Regulatory Information
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example - use only shielded interface
cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices) any changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance
20cm between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna
or transmitter.
Copyright Statement
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in
any form or by any means, whether electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or
otherwise without the written consent of OvisLink Corp.
Windows™ 95/98 and Windows™ 2000 are trademarks of Microsoft® Corp.
Pentium is trademark of Intel.
All copyright reserved.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction...........................................................................................................................4
1.1 Overview .....................................................................................................................4
1.2 Firmware Features .....................................................................................................6
1.3 Installing WL-5470POE ..............................................................................................9
1.3.1 Package Content..............................................................................................9
1.3.2 Hardware Presentation ....................................................................................9
1.3.3 Configuration Setups .................................................................................... 10
1.3.4 Hardware Connection ................................................................................... 11
2. Operation Mode ................................................................................................................ 13
2.0 Change Operation Mode......................................................................................... 14
2.1 About the Operation Modes .................................................................................... 14
2.1 About the Operation Modes .................................................................................... 15
2.1.1 Access Point Mode ....................................................................................... 15
2.1.2 Client Mode ................................................................................................... 16
2.1.3 Bridge Mode .................................................................................................. 17
2.1.4 WDS Repeater .............................................................................................. 18
2.1.5 Universal Repeater ....................................................................................... 19
2.1.6 WISP (Client Router) mode .......................................................................... 20
2.1.7 WISP + Universal Repeater mode ............................................................... 21
2.1.8 Gateway (AP + Router)................................................................................. 22
3. Wireless Settings .............................................................................................................. 23
3.1 Access Point Mode Settings.................................................................................... 23
3.2 Client Mode Settings ............................................................................................... 25
3.3 Bridge Mode Settings .............................................................................................. 27
3.4 WDS Repeater Mode Settings................................................................................ 29
3.5 Universal Repeater Mode Settings ......................................................................... 32
3.6 WISP Mode Settings ............................................................................................... 34
3.7 WISP + Universal Mode Settings............................................................................ 38
3.8 Gateway Mode (AP + Router) Settings .................................................................. 42
3.9 Wireless Security..................................................................................................... 47
3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ................................................................................. 51
3.11 Access Control ....................................................................................................... 53
3.12 QoS Traffic Control ................................................................................................ 54
4. System Management ........................................................................................................ 62
4.1 LAN Interface Setup ................................................................................................ 62
4.2 Upgrade Firmware................................................................................................... 64
4.3 Save / Reload Settings............................................................................................ 65
4.4 Change Password ................................................................................................... 66
4.5 Enable System Log ................................................................................................. 67
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4.6 NTP Settings............................................................................................................ 68
5. System Status ................................................................................................................... 69
5.1 System Data ............................................................................................................ 69
5.2 Statistics................................................................................................................... 70
Active Clients ................................................................................................................. 70
6 System Recovery ............................................................................................................... 71
7. Specification ...................................................................................................................... 72
Appendix Command Line Management............................................................................... 74
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1. Introduction
1.1 Overview
AirLive WL-5470POE is an IEEE802.11b/g compliant 11 Mbps & 54 Mbps Ethernet Wireless Access Point.
The Wireless Access Point is equipped with two 10/100 M Auto-sensing Ethernet ports for connecting to LAN
and also for cascading to next Wireless Access Point.
AirLive WL-5470POE provides 64/128bit WEP encryption, WPA and IEEE802.1x which ensures a high level
of security to protect users’ data and privacy. The MAC Address filter prevents the unauthorized MAC
Addresses from accessing your Wireless LAN. Your network security is therefore double assured.
The web-based management utility is provided for easy configuration that your wireless network connection is
ensured to be always solid and hassle free.
Wireless Client Isolation
The WL-5470POE features the new Wireless Client Isolation function previous available only in more
expensive APs. When you enable this function, the wireless clients will not be able to see each other.
Therefore, it is an important function for office and Hotspot operator to protect the security between different
wireless users.
ACK Timeout and TX Power Regulation
The WL-5470POE features ACK timeout function to let you adjust the timeout value for long distance
operation. In addition, 5-level TX power adjustment let you match different antennas for law compliance. The
ability to set lower TX output power is also crucial if you want to match the AP with external power amplifier.
Extended Security Features
The WL-5470POE supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 security functions. In addition, WPA enterprise for 802.1x
authenticator are featured for AP and WDS mode. The combination of Encryption, Hide SSID and Access
Control ensures your wireless network is completely secured from intruder.
Whether it's for office or home environment, the AirLive 802.11g family bring you the maximum performance
and security for today's high speed wireless network.
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Application
Example 1
Example 2
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1.2 Firmware Features
AirLive Wireless AP Firmware Features
The Most Powerful AP Firmware Ever!
WL-5470POE
As the leading global WISP solution provider, AirLive understands the application environments of WISP
operators. As a result, we are constantly upgrading our AP’s firmware to meet the changing demand of
WISP operators. The firmware adds high end features not commonly found in the AP of this class. The
AirLive multi-function Access Points not only work for long distance application, they work much better than
the competitions.
8 Wireless Operation Modes
The AirLive WL-5470POE can operate
in 8 different wireless modes. It can
work as a Wireless Router, AP, Client,
Repeater, Bridge, and much more.
Whether it is for home, office, or WISP;
the AirLive AP has a solution for you.
Up to 400mW of Output Power*
AirLive’s high quality hardware let the
AP expand its RF output power up to
26dBm using South American
firmware. That’s 4 times the output
power of regular AP! It means much
greater distance and coverage.
* For South America only. Not available for other regions.
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Traffic Control QoS Function
Traffic Control is a great tool to control the bandwidth
of the WISP subscribers. Therefore, the WISP
operators can offer different class of connection
speeds for different subscription fees - just like the
ADSL service! The AirLive advance Traffic Control
firmware can control the bandwidth by Interface or
IP/MAC.
Dynamic Signal Survey Function for Antenna Alignment
Having trouble align your antenna correctly to the other
outdoor AP? The AirLive Wireless Signal Survey
function tells you the receiving signal strength
dynamically as your antenna turns. It automatically
refreshes itself in the process, therefore, making antenna
alignment much simpler than before.
Wireless Site Survey Connection Wizard
During a new WISP service installation, the
installer will need to find out which outdoor AP
provide the best signal in the area for connection.
The AirLive wireless site survey function provides
one step setup for this process. First, the site
survey page shows which AP has the strongest the
signal. Then the installer performs antenna
alignment by using the signal survey function. At
last, the installer simply clicks on “connect” button
to establish connection. The site survey is
available even in AP mode, so the installer can
check the channels used by surrounding APs to
avoid interferences.
Telnet Function
Some WISP operators prefer to use CLI
command line for configurations. The firmware
provides full command line feature via Telnet.
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SSH login
WL-5470POE provides SSH secure connection for remote management. The program SSH (Secure Shell) is
a secure replacement for telnet. It provides an encrypted channel for logging into WL-5420POE over a
network, executing commands on WL-5470POE from your workstation. SSH provides strong host-to-host and
user authentication as well as secure encrypted communications over an insecure Internet.
Wireless Client Isolation
AirLive firmware’s Client Isolation function protects the
security and privacy of each individual subscriber. Therefore,
subscriber does not need to worry about hacker attacks in the
same wireless network.
Emergency Recovery
How many times your machine crashed and lost access
completely?
The AirLive’s Emergency web server function means you can
recover your AP even during if the machine failed during a
firmware upgrade. This greatly reduces the service loading
for WISP operators.
Power over Ethernet
For applications that require user to put a network device (such as AP)
in a place where there is no electrical outlet available, the Power over
Ethernet is the best solution. Power over Ethernet allows both data
and electricity to be transmitted over a Cat.5 UTP/STP cable at up to
100 meter of distance. This allows electronic devices to be placed in
the outdoor or difficult to reach places, while utilizing the power
source and the Ethernet network indoor.
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1.3 Installing WL-5470POE
This section describes the installation procedure for the WL-5470POE. It starts with a summary of the content
of the package you have purchased, followed by steps of how to power up and connect the WL-5470POE.
Finally, this section explains how to configure a Windows PC to communicate with the WL-5470POE.
1.3.1 Package Content
The WL-5470POE package contains the following items:
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One WL-5470POE main unit
One 12V DC power adapter
Indoor detachable Omni Antenna x 1
One CD of the WL-5470POE
Quick Start Guide
1.3.2 Hardware Presentation
LED #
Function
Color
Status
Description
Power
Power
indication
Green
Solid
Power is being applied to this product.
Status
Firmware
executions
indicator
Green
On and Off
Turns solid green when the device is booting, after
boot successfully, the light turn off.
LAN port
activity
Green
Solid
Turns solid green when connected and associated to
at least a client station.
Blinking
Receiving/Sending data
Link/Act
WEP/WPA
Encryption
Status
Green
Solid
Turns solid orange when wireless security is
enabled.
MAC Ctrl
MAC Ctril
Status
Green
Solid
Turns solid light when MAC Control is enabled.
Bridge /
Repeater
Bridge
Repeater
indicator
Green
Solid
Turn solid light when Bridge or Repeater is enabled.
Link activity
Green
Blinking
An active station is connected to the corresponding
LAN port.
LAN 1
LAN 2
Table 1: LED Indicators
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A
○
Item #
B
○
C
○
D
○
Function
Description
A
Power Adaptor
12V 1A power supply adaptor delivered with product.
B
1/PoE/WAN
802.3af PoE LAN port or WAN port(Gateway Mode only)
C
LAN port 2
LAN port
D
(Factory) Reset
Press over 3 seconds to reboot this device.
Press for over 10 seconds to restore factory settings.
Performing the Factory Reset will erase all previously entered device
settings.
Table 2: Connection Ports
1.3.3 Configuration Setups
The factory default settings of WL-5470POE are as following:
Settings
Default Value
Device Name
WL-5470POE
Radio
802.11b/g
SSID
airlive
Channel
11
WEP
Disabled
IP Address
192.168.100.252
DHCP Server
¾
¾
DHCP IP Range
In AP, Client, Bridge, WDS Repeater and Universal Repeater mode, the
default DHCP Server is disabled, please set your PC's IP to the same
subnet as the AP to access the AP.
In WISP, WISP + Universal Repeater and Gateway mode, the default
DHCP server is enabled. Please restart your PC to renew the IP address.
192.168.100.100 ~ 192.168.100.200
Table 3: Default Setting
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1.3.4 Hardware Connection
Note: Before you starting hardware connection, you are advised to find an appropriate location to place the
Access Point. Usually, the best place for the Access Point is at the center of your wireless network, with line of
straight to all your wireless stations. Also, remember to adjust the antenna; usually the higher the antenna is
placed; the better will be the performance.
1. Connect to your local area network: connect an Ethernet cable to one of the Ethernet port (LAN1 or
LAN2) of this Wireless Access Point, and the other end to a hub, switch, router, or another wireless access
point.
2. Power on the device: connect the included AC power adapter to the Wireless Access Point’s power port
and the other end to a wall outlet.
Note: If you want to use PoE, please note that the PoE port is in port 1 and it is compatible with 802.3af
standard (48VDC).
802.3af Power over Ethernet port
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.Check the LED:
The Power and LAN # LED should be ON. LAN# LED will even blink if there is traffic.
The Link/Act LED will be on in static when associated with a station and blink whenever this AP receives data
packets in the air.
If the Status LED glows after self-test, it means the Wireless Access Point fails on self test. Please ask your
dealer for technical support.
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Please make sure your computer IP is in the same subnet as the AP (i.e. 192.168.100.x).
2
Please make sure your computer has wireless network adapter installed.
3
Open the web browser and enter http://192.168.100.252/.
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2. Operation Mode
The WL-5470POE device provides all 8 modes of wireless operational applications with:
Mode
Radio
LAN 1
LAN 2
AP
AP
LAN
LAN
Client
Client
LAN
LAN
Bridge
WDS
LAN
LAN
WDS Repeater
WDS + AP
LAN
LAN
Universal Repeater
AP + Client
LAN
LAN
WISP
Client Router
LAN
LAN
Client Router + AP
LAN
AP+ Router
WAN
WISP + Universal
Repeater
Gateway
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LAN
LAN
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2.0 Change Operation Mode
WL-5470POE is default in AP mode. If the mode had been changed, click the “Mode” button to change back.
To change operation Mode:
1. Click on “Mode“
2. Select Operation Mode in the main page
3. Reboot device
4. Click Setup for detail configuration
After reboot, click
“Setup” for detail
configuration
Select Operation
Mode and reboot
the system
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2.1 About the Operation Modes
This device provides four operational applications with Access Point, Bridge, Client (Ad-hoc) and Client
(Infrastructure) modes, which are mutually exclusive.
This device is shipped with configuration that is functional right out of the box. If you want to change the
settings in order to perform more advanced configuration or even change the mode of operation, you can use
the web-based utility provided by the manufacturer as described in the following sections.
2.1.1 Access Point Mode
When acting as an access point, this device connects all the stations (PC/notebook with wireless network
adapter) to a wired network. All stations can have the Internet access if only the Access Point has the Internet
connection.
See the sample application below.
To set the operation mode to Access Point, please go to “Mode” field and select the “AP” mode.
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2.1.2 Client Mode
If set to Client (Infrastructure) mode, this device can work like a wireless station when it’s connected to a
computer so that the computer can send packets from wired end to wireless interface.
Refer to the illustration below. This station (AP1 plus the connected computer 1) can associate to another
Access Point (AP2), and then can have the Internet access if the other Access Point (AP2) has the Internet
connection.
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode”field and select the “Client” mode.
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2.1.3 Bridge Mode
The WDS (Wireless Distributed System) function let this access point acts as a wireless LAN access point
and repeater at the same time. Users can use this feature to build up a large wireless network in a large space
like airports, hotels and schools …etc. This feature is also useful when users want to bridge networks
between buildings where it is impossible to deploy network cable connections between these buildings.
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode” field and select the “Bridge” mode.
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2.1.4 WDS Repeater
Refer to the illustration below. While acting as Bridges, AP1 (with Station 1 being associated to) and AP2 (with
Station 2 being associated) can communicate with each other through wireless interface (with WDS). Thus
Station 1 can communicate with Station 2 and both Station 1 and Station 2 are able to access the Internet if
only AP1 or AP2 has the Internet connection.
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode” field and select the “WDS
Repeater” mode.
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2.1.5 Universal Repeater
An universal repeater can also extend the wireless coverage of another wireless AP or router. But the
universal repeater does not require the remote device to have WDS function. Therefore, it can work with
almost any wireless device.
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode” field and select the “Universal
Repeater” mode.
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2.1.6 WISP (Client Router) mode
In WISP mode, the AP will behave just the same as the Client mode for wireless function. However, router
functions are added between the wireless WAN side and the Ethernet LAN side. Therefore, the WISP
subscriber can share the WISP connection without the need for extra router.
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode” field and select the “WISP” mode.
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2.1.7 WISP + Universal Repeater mode
In this mode, the AP behaves virtually the same as the WISP mode, except one thing: the AP can also send
wireless signal to the LAN side. That means the AP can connect with the remote WISP AP and the indoor
wireless card, and then provide IP sharing capability all at the same time!
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode” field and select the “WISP +
Universal Repeater” mode.
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2.1.8 Gateway (AP + Router)
In this mode, router functions are added between one Ethernet port and the other network interface. The radio
is an AP mode which allow wireless client to share the internet connection.
To set the operation mode to Client (Infrastructure), please go to “Mode” field and select the “Gateway”
mode.
To set the operation mode to “GW Mode”, Please go to “Mode Æ GW” and click the Setup button for
configuration.
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3. Wireless Settings
This section guides you to configure the mode of the Radio interface.
3.1 Access Point Mode Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
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Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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SSID (Network ID): The SSID differentiates one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and
all devices attempting to connect to a specific WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and
must not exceed 32 characters. A device will not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the
unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a network name because essentially it is a name that
identifies a wireless network.
In this mode, the SSID is provided for client connection.
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Channel Number: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just
select the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have
Wireless Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for
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communication. The number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All
stations communicating with the Access Point must use the same channel.
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Wireless Client Isolation: This is to separate wireless client if needed. Wireless clients can not
communicate to each other if the field is enabled.
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Site Survey: Site survey helps to find out available access point around. You can also check to prevent
using same SSID or channel with other AP.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.2 Client Mode Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
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Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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SSID (Network ID): The SSID differentiates one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and
all devices attempting to connect to a specific WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and
must not exceed 32 characters. A device will not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the
unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a network name because essentially it is a name that
identifies a wireless network.
In this mode, the SSID is the available remote Access Point to connect to.
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Channel Number: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just
select the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have
Wireless Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for
communication. The number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All
stations communicating with the Access Point must use the same channel.
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Auto Mac Clone (Single Ethernet Client): If your ISP restricts service to PCs only, use the MAC Clone
feature to copy a PC Media Access Control (MAC) address to your router. This procedure will cause the
router to appear as a single PC, while allowing online access to multiple computers on your network.
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Manual MAC Clone Address: You can also manually provide MAC address to the router. This solves
the problem if you have more than one PC which need to access the internet..
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Site Survey: Site survey helps to find out available access point around. You can also check to prevent
using same SSID or channel with other AP.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.3 Bridge Mode Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
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Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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Channel Number: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just
select the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have
Wireless Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for
communication. The number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All
stations communicating with the Access Point must use the same channel.
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802.1d Spanning Tree: Spanning tree is to prevent bridge loop when there are multiple active paths
between network nodes. Bridge loop could cause connection fail or broadcast storm. Spanning tree
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allows a network design to include spare (redundant) links to provide automatic backup paths if an active
link fails, without the danger of bridge loops, or the need for manual enabling/disabling of these backup
links.
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AP MAC Address: Fill the MAC address of the remote WDS node which you want to connect to.
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Site Survey: Use this button to find out the remote WDS node and check the signal strength. It helps to
build up you WDS network correctly.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.4 WDS Repeater Mode Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
¾
Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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SSID (Network ID): Provide SSID for wireless client survey and connection. The SSID differentiates
one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and all devices attempting to connect to a specific
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WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters. A device will
not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a
network name because essentially it is a name that identifies a wireless network.
In this mode, the SSID is provided for wireless client connection.
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Channel Number: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just
select the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have
Wireless Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for
communication. The number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All
stations communicating with the Access Point must use the same channel.
¾
802.1d Spanning Tree: Spanning tree is to prevent bridge loop when there are multiple active paths
between network nodes. Bridge loop could cause connection fail or broadcast storm. Spanning tree
allows a network design to include spare (redundant) links to provide automatic backup paths if an active
link fails, without the danger of bridge loops, or the need for manual enabling/disabling of these backup
links.
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AP MAC Address: Fill the MAC address of the remote WDS node which you want to connect to.
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Site Survey: Use this button to find out the remote WDS node and check the signal strength. It helps to
build up you WDS network correctly.
You can also use the Signal survey for alignment.
To do this,
1. Select the surveyed device in the list.
2. The “Signal Survey” button then enabled.
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3. Click on “Signal Survey” button.
4. A pop up page shows the signal strength.
5. The signal strength refresh every 3 seconds, you can then change your antenna for a better signal.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.5 Universal Repeater Mode Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
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Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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SSID (Network ID): Provide SSID for wireless client survey and connection. The SSID differentiates
one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and all devices attempting to connect to a specific
WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters. A device will
not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a
network name because essentially it is a name that identifies a wireless network.
This field is to provide for wireless client connection.
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Channel Number: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just
select the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have
Wireless Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for
communication. The number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All
stations communicating with the Access Point must use the same channel.
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SSID of Extended Interface: This field is the SSID of remote Access Point to connect to.
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802.1d Spanning Tree: Spanning tree is to prevent bridge loop when there are multiple active paths
between network nodes. Bridge loop could cause connection fail or broadcast storm. Spanning tree
allows a network design to include spare (redundant) links to provide automatic backup paths if an active
link fails, without the danger of bridge loops, or the need for manual enabling/disabling of these backup
links.
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Site Survey: Use this button to find out the remote Access Point and check the signal strength.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.6 WISP Mode Settings
Client Mode Settings
Router Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
¾
Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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SSID (Network ID): The SSID differentiates one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and
all devices attempting to connect to a specific WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and
must not exceed 32 characters. A device will not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the
unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a network name because essentially it is a name that
identifies a wireless network.
In this mode, the SSID is the remote WISP CPE to connect to.
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WAN Port: WL-5470POE provides 4 methods for client to access the internet. This depends on the
location and the service which the ISP provides. You need to contact the ISP for detail information.
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Some ISP/WISP has special inquire for TTL feature that did not decrease the TTL value when pass the
first router of ISP/WISP.
When using PPPoE for WAN access, WL-5470POE provides flexible configuration for TTL value. The
default value is 255 and does not have to change in a normal situation. You can check with your
ISP/WISP if TTL value causes connection problem.
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Virtual Server: You can use Virtual Server Settings to provide connection on internet. For example, you
can have your own web server at home and provide access on internet. This will need port 80 by default
for Virtual Server Settings.
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Special Application: This is to enable internet service such as sound, video and so on. The routing
firewall often stops these services for security reason.
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DMZ: You can use DMZ Settings to provide connection on internet. For example, you can have your
own web server at home and provide access on internet. This will need port 80 by default for Virtual
Server Settings.
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Remote Management: This is to configure WL-5470POE be managed from internet. Note that port 80
is always used by web service. You can change the port to prevent conflict.
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Site Survey: Site survey helps to find out available access point around. You can also check to prevent
using same SSID or channel with other AP.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.7 WISP + Universal Mode Settings
Repeater Mode Settings
Router Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
¾
Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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SSID (Network ID): The SSID differentiates one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and
all devices attempting to connect to a specific WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and
must not exceed 32 characters. A device will not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the
unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a network name because essentially it is a name that
identifies a wireless network.
In this mode, the SSID is the remote WISP CPE to connect to.
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Site Survey: Site survey helps to find out available access point around. You can also check to prevent
using same SSID or channel with other AP.
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SSID of Extended Interface: This field is the SSID of remote Access Point to connect to.
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WAN Port: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just select
the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have Wireless
Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for communication. The
number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All stations communicating
with the Access Point must use the same channel.
¾
WAN Port: WL-5470POE provides 4 methods for client to access the internet. This depends on the
location and the service which the ISP provides. You need to contact the ISP for detail information.
Some ISP/WISP has special inquire for TTL feature that did not decrease the TTL value when pass the
first router of ISP/WISP.
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When using PPPoE for WAN access, WL-5470POE provides flexible configuration for TTL value. The
default value is 255 and does not have to change in a normal situation. You can check with your
ISP/WISP if TTL value causes connection problem.
¾
Virtual Server: You can use Virtual Server Settings to provide connection on internet. For example, you
can have your own web server at home and provide access on internet. This will need port 80 by default
for Virtual Server Settings.
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Special Application: This is to enable internet service such as sound, video and so on. The routing
firewall often stops these services for security reason.
¾
DMZ: You can use DMZ Settings to provide connection on internet. For example, you can have your
own web server at home and provide access on internet. This will need port 80 by default for Virtual
Server Settings.
¾
Remote Management: This is to configure WL-5470POE be managed from internet. Note that port 80
is always used by web service. You can change the port to prevent conflict.
To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.8 Gateway Mode (AP + Router) Settings
Important Notice: When change to Gateway mode, the LAN 2 becomes to WAN port.
AP Mode Settings
Router Settings
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Alias Name: Another name for WL-5470POE.
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Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check the box to disable the Wireless LAN Interface, by so doing,
you won’t be able to make wireless connection with this Access Point in the network you are located. In
other words, this device will not be visible by any wireless station.
¾
Band: You can choose one mode of the following you need.
~ 2.4GHz (B): 802.11b supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (G): 802.11g supported rate only.
~ 2.4GHz (B+G): 802.11b supported rate and 802.11g supported rate.
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The default is 2.4GHz (B+G) mode.
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Site Survey: Site survey helps to find out available access point around. You can also check to prevent
using same SSID or channel with other AP.
¾
SSID (Network ID): The SSID differentiates one WLAN from another; therefore, all access points and
all devices attempting to connect to a specific WLAN must use the same SSID. It is case-sensitive and
must not exceed 32 characters. A device will not be permitted to join the BSS unless it can provide the
unique SSID. An SSID is also referred to as a network name because essentially it is a name that
identifies a wireless network.
In this mode, the SSID is provided for client connection.
¾
Channel Number: Allow user to set the channel manually or automatically. If set channel manually, just
select the channel you want to specify. If “Auto” is selected, user can set the channel range to have
Wireless Access Point automatically survey and choose the channel with best situation for
communication. The number of channels supported depends on the region of this Access Point. All
stations communicating with the Access Point must use the same channel.
¾
Wireless Client Isolation: This is to separate wireless client if needed. Wireless clients can not
communicate to each other if the field is enabled.
¾
Site Survey: Site survey helps to find out available access point around. You can also check to prevent
using same SSID or channel with other AP.
WAN Port (LAN1): WL-5470POE provides 4 methods for client to access the internet. This depends on
the location and the service which the ISP provides. You need to contact the ISP for detail information.
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Some ISP/WISP has special inquire for TTL feature that did not decrease the TTL value when pass the
first router of ISP/WISP.
When using PPPoE for WAN access, WL-5470POE provides flexible configuration for TTL value. The
default value is 255 and does not have to change in a normal situation. You can check with your
ISP/WISP if TTL value causes connection problem.
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¾
Virtual Server: You can use Virtual Server Settings to provide connection on internet. For example, you
can have your own web server at home and provide access on internet. This will need port 80 by default
for Virtual Server Settings.
¾
Special Application: This is to enable internet service such as sound, video and so on. The routing
firewall often stops these services for security reason.
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DMZ: You can use DMZ Settings to provide connection on internet. For example, you can have your
own web server at home and provide access on internet. This will need port 80 by default for Virtual
Server Settings.
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Remote Management: This is to configure WL-5470POE be managed from internet. Note that port 80
is always used by web service. You can change the port to prevent conflict.
Dynamic DNS: Dynamic DNS (DDNS) allows you to create a hostname that points to your dynamic IP
or static IP address or URL. WL-5470POE provide Dynamic DNS client using DynDNS, please visit
http://www.dyndns.org for detail.
Ping: You can enable to the “Response to WAN Ping” to allow remotely ping your WL-5470POE.
DoS Setting: In WL-5470POE, a denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) can block or limit the system
sending network flood to your local computer.
Diagnostics: The nslookup command can be used in diagnostics to find the IP addresses of a particular
computer, using DNS lookup. The name means "name server lookup". The most common version of the
program is included as part of the BIND package.
URL Filtering: The URL filter database is used for internet filtering that blocks access to unwanted web
content by URLs.
MAC Filtering: Enables you to allow or deny Internet access to users within the LAN based upon the
MAC address of their network interface.
IP Filtering: The IP filter function enables you to define a minimum and maximum IP address range filter;
all IP addresses falling within the range are not allowed Internet access
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To configure the security connection, please refer to Section 3.9 Wireless Security Settings ……
To configure the Advanced Settings, please refer to Section 3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings ……
To configure the access control, please refer to Section 3.11 Access Control Settings ……
To configure the Traffic Control, please refer to Section 3.12 Access Control Settings ……
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3.9 Wireless Security
Here you can configure the security of your wireless network. Selecting different method will enable you to
have different level of security. Please note that by using any encryption, by which data packet is encrypted
before transmission to prevent data packets from being eavesdropped by unrelated people, there may be a
significant degradation of the data throughput on the wireless link.
WL-5470POE provides WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP),
WPA2-PSK (AES) and WPA2-PSK (AES) security policy.
WEP
WEP allows you to use data encryption to secure your data from being eavesdropped by malicious people. It
allows 2 types of key: 64 (WEP64) and 128 (WEP128). You can configure up to 4 keys using either ASCII or
Hexadecimal format.
Key Settings: The length of a
WEP64 key must be equal to 5
bytes and a WEP128 key is 13
bytes
Default Tx Key: You have to
specify which of the four keys will
be active.
Once you enable the WEP
function, please make sure that
both the WL-5470POE and the
wireless client stations use the
same key.
Some wireless client cards only allow Hexadecimal digits for WEP keys. Please note that when
configuring WEP keys, a WEP128 ASCII key looks like “This is a key”(13 characters), while a
WEP128 Hex key looks like “546869732069732061206b6579”(26 HEX) (hexadecimal notation are
0-9 and A-F).
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WPA-PSK (TKIP) / WPA-PSK (AES)
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) with Pre-Shared Key (PSK) provides better security than WEP keys. It does
not require a RADIUS server in order to provide association authentication, but you do have to enter a shared
key for the authentication purpose. The encryption key is generated automatically and dynamically.
There are two encryption types TKIP and CCMP (AES). While CCMP provides better security than TKIP,
some wireless client stations may not be equipped with the hardware to support it.
Pre-shared Key: This is an ASCII string with 8 to 63 characters. Please make sure that both the
WL-5470POE and the wireless client stations use the same key.
Group Key Life Time: A group key is used for multicast/broadcast data, and the re-key interval is time period
that the system will change the group key periodically. The shorter the interval is, the better the security is.
The default is 300 sec.
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WPA2-PSK (AES)
Enter the Pre-shared Key to initiate WPA2 security. All devices try to access the network should have the
matching encryption key.
Pre-shared Key: This is an ASCII string with 8 to 63 characters. Please make sure that both the
WL-5470POE and the wireless client stations use the same key.
Encryption Type: There are two encryption types TKIP and CCMP (AES). While CCMP provides better
security than TKIP, some wireless client stations may not be equipped with the hardware to support it.
Group key Life Time: A group key is used for multicast/broadcast data, and the re-key interval is time period
that the system will change the group key periodically. The shorter the interval is, the better the security is.
The default is 300 sec.
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802.1X (Radius)
Authentication by the remote server (RADIUS Server).
Security: You can select None, WEP, WPA (TKIP), WPA (AES), WPA2 (AES), WPA2 Mixed method for data
encryption.
~ WEP: 802.1x Authentication is enabled and the RADIUS Server will proceed to check the 802.1x
Authentication, and make the RADIUS server to issue the WEP key dynamically. You can select WEP
64bits or WEP 128bits for data encryption.
~ WPA (TKIP) / WPA (AES): WPA-RADIUS authentication use WPA (Wi-Fi Protect Access) data
encryption for 802.1x authentication. WPA is an encryption standard proposed by WiFi for advance
protection by utilizing a password key (TKIP) or certificate. It is more secure than WEP encryption.
~ WPA2-AES / WPA2-Mixed: The two most important features beyond WPA to become standardized
through 802.11i/WPA2 are: pre-authentication, which enables secure fast roaming without noticeable
signal latency. Pre-authentication provides a way to establish a PMK security association before a
client associates. The advantage is that the client reduces the time that it's disconnected to the
network.
Authentication RADIUS Server: Enter the RADIUS Server IP address and Password provided by your ISP.
~ Port: Enter the RADIUS Server’s port number provided by your ISP. The default is 1812.
~ IP Address: Enter the RADIUS Server’s IP Address provided by your ISP.
~ Password: Enter the password that the AP shares with the RADIUS Server.
Accounting RADIUS Server: Enter the Accounting RADIUS Server IP address and Password provided by
your ISP.
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3.10 Advanced Wireless Settings
When click on Advanced Setup button under client mode, a pop-up window appears and show parameter as
follow:
Fragmentation:
Fragmentation
mechanism is used
for improving the
efficiency when high
traffic flows along in
the wireless network.
If your 802.11g
Wireless LAN PC
Card often transmit
large files in wireless
network, you can
enter new Fragment
Threshold value to
split the packet. The
value can be set from
256 to 2346. The
default value is 2346.
RTS Threshold: RTS
Threshold is a
mechanism
implemented to
prevent the “Hidden
Node” problem.
“Hidden Node” is a
situation in which two stations are within range of the same Access Point, but are not within range of each
other. Therefore, they are hidden nodes for each other. When a station starts data transmission with the
Access Point, it might not notice that the other station is already using the wireless medium. When these two
stations send data at the same time, they might collide when arriving simultaneously at the Access Point. The
collision will most certainly result in a loss of messages for both stations.
Thus, the RTS Threshold mechanism provides a solution to prevent data collisions. When you enable RTS
Threshold on a suspect “hidden station”, this station and its Access Point will use a Request to Send (RTS).
The station will send an RTS to the Access Point, informing that it is going to transmit the data. Upon receipt,
the Access Point will respond with a CTS message to all station within its range to notify all other stations to
defer transmission. It will also confirm the requestor station that the Access Point has reserved it for the
time-frame of the requested transmission.
If the “Hidden Node” problem is an issue, please specify the packet size. The RTS mechanism will be
activated if the data size exceeds the value you set..
The default value is 2347.
Warning: Enabling RTS Threshold will cause redundant network overhead that could negatively affect the
throughput performance instead of providing a remedy.
This value should remain at its default setting of 2347. Should you encounter inconsistent data flow, only
minor modifications of this value are recommended.
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Beacon Interval: Beacon Interval is the amount of time between beacon transmissions. Before a station
enters power save mode, the station needs the beacon interval to know when to wake up to receive the
beacon (and learn whether there are buffered frames at the access point).
Data Rate: By default, the unit adaptively selects the highest possible rate for transmission. Select the basic
rates to be used among the following options: Auto, 1, 2, 5.5, 11or 54 Mbps. For most networks the default
setting is Auto which is the best choice. When Auto is enabled the transmission rate will select the optimal rate.
If obstacles or interference are present, the system will automatically fall back to a lower rate.
Preamble Type: A preamble is a signal used in wireless environment to synchronize the transmitting timing
including Synchronization and Start frame delimiter. In a "noisy" network environment, the Preamble Type
should be set to Long Preamble. The Short Preamble is intended for applications where minimum overhead
and maximum performance is desired. If in a "noisy" network environment, the performance will be
decreased.
Broadcast SSID: Select enabled to allow all the wireless stations to detect the SSID of this Access Point.
IAPP: IAPP (Inter Access Point Protocol) is designed for the enforcement of unique association throughout a
ESS (Extended Service Set) and a secure exchange of station’s security context between current access
point (AP) and new AP during handoff period.
802.11g Protection: The 802.11g standard includes a protection mechanism to ensure mixed 802.11b and
802.11g operation. If there is no such kind of mechanism exists, the two kinds of standards may mutually
interfere and decrease network’s performance.
Tx Power Level: For countries that impose limit on WLAN output power, it might be necessary to reduce TX
(transmit) power. There are 7 TX Power Levels to choose from — select a level to make sure that the output
power measured at the antenna end will not exceed the legal limit in your country.
Enable WatchDog: Check and enable this watch dog function.
Watch Interval: Setup the interval time for watch dog function between 1 to 60 mins.
Watch Host: Enter the watch dog host ip address.
Ack timeout: When a packet is sent out from one wireless station to the other, it will waits for an
Acknowledgement frame from the remote station. If the ACK is NOT received within that timeout period then
the packet will be re-transmitted resulting in reduced throughput. If the ACK setting is too high then throughput
will be lost due to waiting for the ACK Window to timeout on lost packets. By having the ability to adjust the
ACK setting we can effectively optimize the throughput over long distance links. This is especially true for
802.11a and 802.11g networks
You can set as default for auto adjustment.
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3.11 Access Control
When Enable Wireless Access Control is checked, only those clients whose wireless MAC addresses listed in
the access control list can access this Access Point. If the list contains no entries with this function being
enabled, then no clients will be able to access this Access Point.
Wireless Access Control Mode: Select the Access Control Mode from the pull-down menu.
~
Disable: Select to disable Wireless Access Control Mode.
~
Allow Listed: Only the stations shown in the table can associate with the AP.
~
Deny Listed: Stations shown in the table won’t be able to associate with the AP.
MAC Address: Enter the MAC Address of a station that is allowed to access this Access Point.
Comment: You may enter up to 20 characters as a remark to the previous MAC Address.
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3.12 QoS Traffic Control
What is Traffic Control QoS?
Traffic Control is a great tool to control the
bandwidth of the WISP subscribers. Therefore,
the WISP operators can offer different class of
connection speeds for different subscription fees just like the ADSL service! The AirLive advance
firmware can control the bandwidth by Interface or
IP/MAC.
What type of Traffic Bandwidth Control does the firmware offer?
The Traffic Bandwidth limits the “Maximum Data Rate”. There are 2 types of Traffic Control it offers.
Interface Control
The interface QoS controls the data rate at the WLAN
and LAN interfaces. Therefore, all traffics are
controlled the same way. This type of traffic control is
suitable when AP is used as a Client AP in “Client Mode”
and WISP mode. So WISP can control the maximum
data rate
Individual IP/MAC Control
The AP can set the maximum data rate for each
IP or MAC addresses. This type of traffic control
is most suitable for outdoor AP in “AP” or
“Gateway” mode.
What is the Output Rate?
The “Output Rate” is the data speed out of an interface. There are 3 types Output Rate supported by the AP
1.
LAN Output Rate: This is the speed of the traffic out of the LAN port. In gateway mode, the LAN
Output Rate includes both the wired LAN and WLAN interface.
2.
WLAN Output Rate: This is the speed of the traffic out of the Wireless LAN
3.
WAN Output Rate: This is the speed of the traffic out of the WAN port. In WISP mode, the WAN
Output Rate also includes the WLAN interface.
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The AP’s Web UI will tell you which types of output rate it supports, it differs in each wireless mode.
In the following example:
z
The AP is in Gateway Mode
z
The WAN Output Rate is 128K
z
The LAN/WLAN Output Rate is 1024K
In this setup, the notebook users get an upstream bandwidth of 128K and downstream bandwidth of 1024K.
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Configure the Traffic Control QoS
From the Mode Setting page, please choose the “Traffic Control(QoS)” on the bottom of the list.
Once you click on the “setup” button, a new window will pop-up with the Traffic Control settings. They are
divided into “A”, “B”, “C”, “D” section for further explanations.
This section is the “Interface
Control” session. You must
disable the “interface Traffic
Control” if you want to use the
“IP/MAC Traffic Control”
A
This section is for defining the
“Policy” of “Individual IP/MAC
Traffic Control”. Once a policy
is defined, it can be chosen as
template in IP/MAC Traffic
Control Settings
B
This section is to configure the
bandwidth by IP address. You
can control more than one IP
address.
C
This section is to configure the
bandwidth by MAC address.
You can control more than one
MAC address.
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A.
Interface Control Settings:
In the Interface Control Settings, the AP only controls the total bandwidth limit of an interface. For example, if
you want to limit the output data rate of the LAN to 512K and the output data rate of WLAN to 1024K. You
should perform the following steps:
1.
Enable the “Interface Traffic Control
2.
Enter “512” in the “LAN Output Rate”
3.
Enter “1024” in the “WLAN Output Rate”
4.
Click on “Save”
5.
Reboot the AP.
B. Define Policy
A policy is a set of bandwidth rules that can be used
as a template. For example, if you want to provide
2 kinds of bandwidth speed to the users:
z
VIP Subscriber:
„
LAN Out Rate: 512 Kbps
„
WLAN Out Rate: 1024 Kbps
z
Regular Subscriber:
„
LAN Out Rate: 64 Kbps
„
WLAN Out Rate: 512 Kbps
You can configure the bandwidth rule as policies “VIP” and “Regular”.
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Please follow the step below to create a new policy “VIP”
1.
Enter “VIP” for the “PolicyName”
2.
Enter “512” for the “LAN Out Rate”
3.
Enter “1024” for the “WLAN Out Rate”
4.
Enter “VIP Subscriber” for the “Comment”
5.
Click on “Save” button
6.
Now the “VIP” policy will show up in the “Current Policy Table”
Once finished, the administrator will be able to choose the policy “VIP” for their IP/MAC Traffic Control.
C. Bandwidth Control by IP address
You can set the maximum bandwidth of a PC or a subscriber by using the IP Control.
Please follow the procedure below to setup IP Traffic Control
1.
Please make sure the “Interface Traffic Control” is disabled
2.
Before you start, please check the following area to see which client IPs are supported. It differs
between each mode.
Please check this part to find out what IP addresses
are supported. It varies between each mode
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enable the IP Control
If you have defined a Policy already, please choose a Policy name. The “Out Rates” will be
automatically pasted from the Policy template. You cannot change the Out Rates if you have chosen a
Policy
If you want to define new Data Rate, please do not choose any policies. Then you can enter the values
in the “LAN”, “WLAN”, or “WAN” Out Rates.
Press “Save” to save settings
Reboot your AP.
* If you want to control the traffic flow between the IPs in the same interface, please make sure both IPs are
configured for the IP Traffic Control.
D. Bandwidth Control by MAC address
You can set the maximum bandwidth of a PC or a subscriber by using the MAC Control.
Please follow the procedure below to setup MAC Traffic Control
1.
Please make sure the “Interface Traffic Control” is disabled
2.
Before you start, please check the following area to see which client MACs are supported. It differs
between each mode.
3.
Enable the MAC Control
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are supported.
It varies between each mode
4.
5.
6.
7.
If you have defined a Policy already, please choose a Policy name. The “Out Rates” will be
automatically pasted from the Policy template. You cannot change the Out Rates if you have chosen a
Policy
If you want to define new Data Rate, please do not choose any policies. Then you can enter the values
in the “LAN”, “WLAN”, or “WAN” Out Rates.
Press “Save” to save settings
Reboot your AP.
* If you want to control the traffic flow between MAC addresses in the same interface, please make sure both
MAC addresses are configured for the MAC Traffic Control.
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Application Example
Example1: AP Mode Traffic Control
In this example, the AP is installed outdoor to provide Internet service. There are 2 different type of Internet
service offered by the WISP:
z
VIP Service:
„
Upstream Data Rate: 512 Kbps
„
Downstream Data Rate: 1024 Kbps
z
Regular Service:
„
Upstream Data Rate: 64 Kbps
„
Downstream Data Rate: 512 Kbp
The Subscriber’s information is as followed:
„
Subscriber A
z
VIP Service
z
MAC Address of the PC or Wireless Client: 00:04:6F:11:11:11
„
Subscriber B
z
Regular Service
z
MAC Address of the PC or Wireless Client: 00:04:6A:88:88:88
Step-by-Step Configuration
1.
2.
Please disable the “Interface Traffic Control”
On the Policy, please add the “VIP” and “Regular” policies as shown on the graph below
3.
Please enable the “MAC Control”
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4.
Please fill in the 2 entries as shown on the graphic below
5.
Reboot the AP
Example2: Client Mode Traffic Control
In the following example, the AP is used as the wireless client to the WISP Service. The Service provider
need to restrict the bandwidth of the AP to 1024K Downstream and 128K Upstream.
Step-by-Step Configuration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Please enable the “Interface Traffic Control”
Enter “1024” in the “LAN Output Rate” field
Enter “128” in the “WLAN Output Rate” field
Press “Save”
Reboot the AP
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4. System Management
4.1 LAN Interface Setup
In this page, you can change the TCP/IP settings of this Access Point; select to enable/disable the DHCP
Client, 802.1d Spanning Tree, and Clone MAC Address.
Click her to
configure LAN
Interface Setup
IP Address:
This field can be modified only when DHCP Client is disabled. If your system manager
assigned you static IP settings, then you will have to enter the information provided.
Subnet Mask: Enter the information provided by your system manager.
Default Gateway: Enter the information provided by your system manager.
DHCP: Select Disable, Client or Server from the pull-down menu.
~
Disable: Select to disable DHCP server function.
~
Client: Select to automatically get the LAN port IP address from ISP (For ADSL/Cable
Modem).
~
Server: Select to enable DHCP server function.
DHCP Client Range: WL-5060AP IP addresses continuing from 192.168.100.1 to 192.168.100.253
Clone MAC Address: You can specify the MAC address of your Access Point to replace the factory setting.
Disable Ping: WL-5470POE did not response LAN ping if this function is checked.
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Port Number: The default http port of the web management interface. You can change the port number to
prevent unexpected access.
Enable SSH: Except telnet, WL-5470POE provides SSH for secure command line management. You can
enable the feature here. This device supports SSH2 for advanced security.
Some of your devices could need to fix its IP address for convenience; you can record these IP to prevent
conflict. This can be done by Add DHCP Static Lease Client.
MAC Address: You have to fill the MAC address of the device which you want to record in WL-5470POE.
Lease IP Address: And assign IP address to the MAC address.
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4.2 Upgrade Firmware
To Upgrade Firmware:
1. Download the latest firmware from your distributor and save the file on the hard drive.
2. Start the browser, open the configuration page, click on Other, and click “Upgrade Firmware” to enter the
Upgrade Firmware window. Enter the new firmware’s path and file name (i.e. C:\FIRMWARE\firmware.bin). Or,
click the “Browse” button, find and open the firmware file (the browser will display to correct file path).
3. Click Reset to clear all the settings on this page. Or click Upload to start the upgrade.
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4.3 Save / Reload Settings
This function enables users to save the current configurations as a file (i.e. config.dat) To load configuration
from a file, enter the file name or click Browse… to find the file from your computer.
Save Settings to File: Click “SAVE” to save the current configuration to file.
When prompted the upper left screen, select “Save this file to disk”, and the upper right screen will prompt
you a dialog box to enter the file name and the file location.
Load Settings From File: Click “Browse”… if you want to load a pre-saved file, enter the file name with the
correct path and then click on Upload. Or click Browse… to select the file.
Reset: Click to restore the default configuration.
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4.4 Change Password
For secure reason, it is recommended that you set the account to access the web server of this Access Point.
Leaving the user name and password blank will disable the protection. The login screen prompts immediately
once you finish setting the account and password. Remember your user name and password for you will be
asked to enter them every time you access the web server of this Access Point.
New Password: Set your new password. Password can be up to 30 characters long. Password can contain
letter, number and space. It is case sensitive.
Confirm Password: Re-enter the new password for confirmation.
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4.5 Enable System Log
This function can list all log information about device.
Enable Log: Enabled or Disabled display system log information.
System All: List system all log information.
Wireless Only List: wireless log information only.
Refresh: Refresh log information.
Clear: Clear all information in window.
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4.6 NTP Settings
This function can set system time from local computer or Internet.
Current Time: Setting system time
Enable NTP client update: Enable or Disable setting system from Internet NTP Server.
Time Zone Select: Select system time zone.
NTP Server: Select NTP Server by Server List or Manual Input.
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5. System Status
System status shows device’s current configuration and operation status. To check the status, click the
“Status” bottom on the title bar.
5.1 System Data
System data highlights the current
configuration of the device.
System
System shows the alive time when
device boots up and the current
firmware version installed in the
device.
Wireless
Wireless shows the current wireless
operation mode, MAC address
(Physical Address), wireless band,
SSID, channel number, encryption
method and associated clients of
wireless interface.
LAN Configuration
LAN configuration shows the
configuration of the Local Area
Network interface.
Internet Configuration
Internet Configuration shows the
current situation of internet
connection.
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5.2 Statistics
Statistics shows the total packets pass through the interface.
Active Clients
This feature shows the information of wired and wireless client connects to the device.
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6 System Recovery
WL-5470POE provides the system recovery emergency code function that can restore the machine after
firmware crashed. Please follow the steps below:
1. Unplug the power of WL-5470POE.
2. Hold the reset button while plugging the power. Do not release the reset button until the "Status" LED
goes off.
3. Set your PC's IP address to 192.168.1.100. Connect your PC to the WL-5470POE.
4. Open your web browser, then type "192.168.1.6". You should see the emergency code page where you
can upload your AirLive firmware again.
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7. Specification
54Mbps Multi-function POE AP
2 x 10/100Mbps ports, 4MB Flash, 16MB SDRAM
20dBm(EU) or 26dBm(South America) Output Power
R-SMA antenna connector
IEEE802.3af PoE standard compliance*
8 Wireless Operation Modes
Feature
Bandwidth Control and Signal Survey
Client Isolation, Watchdog, and TX Power Regulation
SSH2/HTTP/Telnet managements
DHCP Relay Agent Supported
Up to 40 Access Control List
ACK Timeout Adjustment
Watchdog, and TX Power Regulation
Hardware
2 x 10/100Mbps LAN Port, LAN1 1 with 802.3af PoE
4MB Flash, 16MB SDRAM
Reversed SMA Antenna Port
Power, LAN, WLAN LED indicators
Antenna
2 dBi detachable Dipole Antenna
Reversed SMA Connector
Frequency Range
USA (FCC) 11 Channels: 2.412GHz~2.462GHz
Europe (ETSI) 13 Channels : 2.412GHz~2.472GHz
Japan (TELEC) 14 Channels :2.412GHz~2.483GHz
Modulation Technique
11g Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (64QAM, 16QAM,
QPSK,
BPSK)
11b Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK)
Data Rate: 54, 48, 36, 24, 18,11, 5.5, 2, 1 Mbps
Output Power
18dBm
Adjustable in 4 levels
WISP Mode
DHCP, PPTP, L2TP, PPPoE ISP Authentication Support
Wireless Client function as WAN
WISP mode is not the same router mode
To configure the WISP mode, you PC must be connected to the LAN port
Security
64/128-bit WEP
WPA/WPA2-PSK support
802.1x Radius Support
WPA Enterprise support in AP/WDS mode
Configuration
Web/telnet/SSH2 Management
WDS (Bridge, Client, Repeater) mode
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Hide ESSID
802.1x
MAC Access Control
MAC Access Table
Wireless Client Isolation
SSID, Channel, RTS Threshold, Frag Threshold
Environmental
Operating temperature: 0~60℃
Operating humidity (non-condensing): 20~80%
Storage temperature: -20~65℃
Storage humidity: 95% Max
Power Supply
DC12V / 48VDC(802.3af, LAN 1)
EMI
FCC, CE
Product Weight (g)
180 g
Product Size
( L x W x H (mm) )
135 x 100 x 26mm
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Appendix Command Line Management
WL-5470POE provides telnet and Secure Shell (SSH) for remote management. You can use telnet or some
free software such as putty (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html) as
telnet/SSH client.
Refer to the following table for detail.
All commands will tack effect only after reboot
[Mode] Wireless Mode
sys
operation
[Mode] Basic Settings
wlan
alias
active
chid
essid
rssid
band
mode
clone
encrypt
wds
<0:AP|1:Client|2:Bridge|3:WDS
Repeater|4:Universal
Repeater|5:WISP|6:WISP+Unive
rsal Repeater|7:Gateway>
[string]
[on|off]
[channel_id|auto]
[essid]
[rssid]
[b|g|bg]
[client <infrastructure|adhoc>]
[mac_addr|auto|manual]
[both|wlan|wan]
peer
disp
add [mac]
delete [id]
clearall
[off]
wep
[64|128]
<ascii|hex>
<key>
wpa [tkip|aes] <pass|hex>
<key> [gklt]
wpa2 [mixed|aes] <pass|hex>
<key> [gklt]
encrypt
stp
isolation
[on|off]
[on|off]
wlan
alias
[Mode] Site Survey
wlan
survey
[string]
connect
[id]
(only support in Client, WISP,
Universal Repeater Mode,
WISP + Universal Repeater
Mode )
[Mode] Security
wlan
auth
security
[open|share|auto]
encrypt
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wep
[64|128]
<ascii|hex>
<1:key1|2:key2|3:key3|4:key4
> <key>
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wpa [tkip|aes] <pass|hex>
<key> [gklt]
wpa2 [mixed|aes] <pass|hex>
<key> [gklt]
[off|on
<port>
<ip_addr>
<password>
<wep
[64|128]|wpa [tkip|aes]|wpa2
[mixed|aes]>]
[on|off]
[off|on
<port>
<ip_addr>
<password>]
1x
preauth
account
[Mode] Advanced Settings
wlan
preamble
bssid
iapp
protect11g
fragment
rts
beacon
inactivity
datarate
txpower
watchdog
[Mode] Access Control
wlan
acl
wlan
[long|short]
[on|off]
[on|off]
[on|off]
<256~2346>
<0~2347>
<20~1024>
<100~60480000>
<0~12>
<1~10>
[off|on <interval:1~60> <host>]
disp
off
allow
deny
add [mac]
delete [id]
clearall
[Mode] Wan Port
wan
clone
dns
static
dhcp
pppoe
pptp
l2tp
link
[mac_addr]
[auto|manual]
[ip_addr <netmask> <gateway>]
[on|release|renew]
<username>
<password>
[svname 0|1 <service_name>]
<auth_type>
<mppe>
<mtu_value> dynwan dynpppoe
[connect 0|1 <timeout>|2]
<ip [server_ip]|url [server_url]>
<username>
<password>
<auth_type>
<mppe>
<mtu_value> [static <ip_addr>
<netmask> <gateway>|dynamic]
<ip [server_ip]|url [server_url]>
<username>
<password>
<auth_type>
<mppe>
<mtu_value> [static <ip_addr>
<netmask> <gateway>|dynamic]
<timeout>
auth_type: 0. PAP 1. CHAP 2.
MSCHAP 3. MSCHAP2
mppe: 0. none 1. 40bits 2. 56bits
3. 128bits
[status|set <mode>]
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protocol
server
passthruvpn
passthruvpn
passthruvpn
[Mode] Virtual Servers
ip
nat
sys
status
access
ipsec <0:disabled|1:enabled>
pptp <0:disabled|1:enabled>
l2tp <0:disabled|1:enabled>
icmp <0:disabled|1:enabled>
server
disp
delete [id]
clearall
add <ser_ip> <server> [proto
<from_port [to_port]>]
server: 0. Customize 1. Web,
2. FTP, 3. POP3, 4. SMTP, 5.
DNS, 6. Telnet
proto: 1. TCP+UDP, 2. TCP, 3.
UDP
[Mode] Special Applications
ip
nat
service
disp
sap1 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap2 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap3 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap4 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap5 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap6 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap7 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
sap8 [on|off|clear|edit <name>
<in_proto>
<in_from_port>
<in_to_port>
<trig_proto>
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<trig_from_port>
<trig_to_port>]
proto: 1. TCP+UDP, 2. TCP, 3.
UDP
[Mode] Remote Management
sys
server
access
port
access
web <0:disabled|1:enabled>
web <portnum>
telnet <0:disabled|1:enabled>
[Mode] URL Filtering
ip
urlfilter
customize
disp
add [string]
delete [id]
clearall
[Mode] MAC Filtering
ip
macfilter
customize
disp
add [mac_addr]
delete [id]
clearall
[Mode] IP Filtering
ip
ipfilter
customize
disp
add
[ip_addr]
<1:tcp+udp|2:tcp|3:udp>
delete [id]
clearall
[Mode] Traffic Control(Qos)
qos
disableif
enableif
addpolicytab
disableip
enableip
addiptab
disablemac
enablemac
addmactab
show
delallpolicy
delallip
delallmac
delpolicy
delip
delmac
[Mode] DoS Setting
dos
disabledos
lanoutput [output rate]
wanoutput [output rate]
[Policy
Name][LAN
Rate][WAN
Rate][[Comment]]
Out
Out
[PolicyName][IP][[Comment]]
[PolicyName][MAC][[Comment]]
policytab
iptab
mactab
[Policy]
[IP]
[MAC]
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enabledos
enable
<clearall>[Packets/Second]<sele
ctall>[Packets/Second]<sysflood
syn>[Packets/Second]<sysfloodfi
n>[Packets/Second]<sysfloodud
p>[Packets/Second]<sysfloodic
mp>[Packets/Second]<persrcipfl
oodsyn>[Packets/Second]<persr
cipfloodfin>[Packets/Second]<pe
rsrcipfloodudp>[Packets/Second]
<persrcipfloodicmp><tcpudpport
scan
><icmpsmurf><ipland><ipspoof>
<ipteardrop><pingofdeath><tcps
can><tcpsynwithdata><udpbomb
><udpechochargen><srcipblockt
ime >[sec]
disable
<sysfloodsyn><sysfloodfin><sysf
loodudp><sysfloodicmp><persrci
pfloodsyn><persrcipfloodfin><pe
rsrcipfloodudp><persrcipfloodic
mp><tcpudpportscan
><icmpsmurf><ipland><ipspoof>
<ipteardrop><pingofdeath><tcps
can><tcpsynwithdata><udpbom
b><udpechochargen><srcipbloc
ktime >
[Mode] Dynamic DNS
ddns
enabledyndns
enabletzo
<Domain
Name><User
Name/Email><Password/Key>
<Domain
Name><User
Name/Email><Password/Key>
disableddns
result
[Status] Statistics
ip
status
[Status] Active Wireless Client Table
wlan
association
[TCP/IP] LAN Interface Setup
ip
address
subnetmask
gateway
dhcp
[addr]
[netmask]
[addr]
[client|server|relay
<server_ip>]
on
off
client
[start_ip <end_ip>]
status
dns
server
[ip1 <ip2> <ip3>]
status
[Reboot] Reboot System
reboot
[Other] Password
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sys
password
(if [pw] is empty, then clear the
password)
[pw]
[Other] Save / Reload Setting
save
factorydefault
[Other] NTP
sys
ntp
showcurrenttime
setcurrenttime
enablentp
timezoneselect
ntpserver
<yyyy/mm/dd/hh/MM/ss>
<zone num>
<servernum>
manualipsetting <ip>
disablentp
[Other] System Log
sys
log
disable
enablesysall
enablewlanonly
clear
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