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Quick Installation Guide
WLC-6404 | Wireless Access Point Controller
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Product Information
I-1. Package Contents
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Wireless Access Point
Controller
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QIG
Manual CD
Power Adapter
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Ethernet Cable
Console Cable
Mounting Screws & Anchors
Rack-Mount Brackets
I-2. Hardware Overview
Front Panel
The front panel of the controller consists of:
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A Series of LED Indicators
USB 3.0 Slot
USB Eject Button
RJ-45 Console Port
WAN/LAN0 Port
3 x 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45 Ports
Factory Reset Button
Rear Panel
The rear panel of the controller features the DC power connector.
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I-3. LED Indicators
WAN & LAN Ports 1 – 3 LEDs:
Speed
Link/ACT
LED
Power
Status
Storage
Link/ACT
Speed
LED Status
Blue
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
Mode
Description
On
Controller is on
Off
Controller is off
On
Controller is working properly
Off
Controller is offline
On*
USB storage is attached
Off
USB storage is not attached
On
Active Ethernet connection to remote
network device
Flashing
Network activity to remote network
device
Off
No network device connected
On
1000Mbps connected
Off
10/100Mbps connected or
disconnected
*When the device is powered on, the Storage LED will be “On” as there is an
internal storage.
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I-4. Wall Mount
The AP Controller includes screws to mount your controller to a wall.
Remove the rubber feet from the underside of the AP
Controller by pulling gently before using the wall mount.
1. Identify and mark the correct screw positions on your selected wall.
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Attach the AP Controller to your wall using the included screws, as
shown in the below diagram.
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Ensure the AP Controller is fixed to the wall firmly and oriented correctly,
as shown in the below diagram.
Ensure your controller is securely attached to the wall.
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I-5. Rack-Mounting Installation
The controller can be rack- mounted and placed in a wiring closet with
other equipment.
1. Attach the mounting brackets on the controller’s side panels (one on
each side) and secure them with the screws provided.
2. Use the screws provided with your equipment rack to mount the
controller on the rack and tighten it.
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Quick Setup
The AP Controller supports central management for up to 32 access points,
reducing costs and facilitating efficient remote AP management.
An overview of a recommended network diagram is shown below:
Centralized & Easy
Management
PoE Switch
PoE Switch
AP Controller
PoE Switch
Meeting Room TV & STB
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The AP Controller connects to a network via a switch or directly to a router.
Connected access points are automatically designated as Managed AP’s.
Using the AP Controller you can configure, monitor and manage all
Managed AP’s (up to 32 connected by switches) from the single AP
Controller.
1. Connect all AP’s to a PoE switch (that is connected to a
gateway/router).
You can use your router as a DHCP server or you can
configure your AP Controller later to funcation as a DHCP
server.
2. Ensure all APs are powered on and check LEDs.
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3. Connect the AP Controller to the PoE switch (LAN port) or
gateway/router (WAN port) and then connect the power supply.
4. Connect a computer to the AP Controller using an Ethernet cable.
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5. Open a web browser and enter the AP Controller’s IP address in the
address field. The default IP address is 192.168.2.1
Your computer’s IP address must be in the same subnet as
the AP Controller. Refer to the user manual for more help.
If you changed the AP Controller’s IP address, or if your
gateway/router uses a DHCP server, ensure you enter the
correct IP address. Refer to your gateway’s/router’s settings.
6. Enter the username & password to login. The default username &
password are admin & 1234.
7. You will arrive at the AP Controller Dashboard. This includes a wizard to
quickly setup the LAN IP address, admin login & time/date settings for
the AP Controller, as well as SSID & security for Managed AP’s. Click
“Wizard” in the top right corner to begin.
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8. Follow the instructions on-screen to complete Steps 1 - 6 and click
“Finish” to save the settings.
If any of your Managed AP’s are not found during “Step 5
Select Free Aps”, then reset the Managed AP to its factory
default settings. Refer to the AP’s user manual for help.
9. Your AP Controller & Managed AP’s should be fully functional with all of
the basic settings configured. Use the top menu to navigate around
NMS (Network Management Suite) settings.
Use Dashboard, Zone Plan, NMS Monitor & NMS Settings to configure
Managed APs.
Use Local Network & Local Settings to configure your AP Controller.
Refer to the user manual for more information.
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Your Device is Now Connected!
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