WL-700G-M 802.11G Wireless USB Adapter User Guide

WL-700G-M 802.11G Wireless USB Adapter User Guide
WL-700G-M 802.11G Wireless USB Adapter User Guide
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Table of Content
Chapter 1 Introduction .......................................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Product Feature ......................................................... 1
Product Deployment ................................................ 2
Indicator Description ............................................... 3
Package Contents ..................................................... 4
Chapter 2 Installation Guide................................................ 5
Chapter 3 Client Utility Interface ..................................... 10
3.1 Station Mode............................................................. 11
3.1.1 Station Mode Topology ................................. 11
3.1.2 Status ................................................................. 12
3.1.3 Site Survey ....................................................... 13
3.1.4 Profile Management....................................... 15
3.1.5 Statistics ............................................................ 18
3.1.6 WPS Setting...................................................... 18
3.2 AP Mode...................................................................... 20
3.2.1 AP Mode Topology .......................................... 20
3.2.2 Basic Setting .................................................... 21
3.2.3 Security Setting .............................................. 22
3.2.4 Access Control ................................................. 23
3.2.5 About................................................................... 26
Appendix One: Acronyms and Terms ............................. 27
Appendix Two: Product Specification.............................. 30
Appendix Three: How to connect with PSP .................. 31
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Chapter 1 Introduction
WL-700G-M Wireless USB Adapter complies with
IEEE802.11b, IEEE 802.11g standards with up to
54Mbps transmission rate.
Soft AP can help you establish wireless LAN networking
with lowest cost. Besides, PBC and PIN encryption
methods from WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) can free
you from remembering long passwords. Moreover,
complete WMM support makes your voice and video
more smooth. Especially supporting PSP, NDS and WII
connections with Xlink Kai will be your best choice to
enjoy on-line games.
1.1
Product Feature
•
Supports IEEE802.11g and IEEE802.11b
standards
•
Provides USB2.0 port
•
Provides two work modes: Infrastructure
Mode and Ad-Hoc Mode
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Provides up to 54Mbps maximum transmission
rate
•
Auto-detects and changes the network
transmission rate
•
Supports Soft AP to establish your wireless
LAN networking
•
supports PSP, WII and NDS connecting with
Internet and Xlink Kai to enjoy on-line gaming
•
Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2
encryption methods
•
Supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
encryption method to secure your networking
strongly
•
Supports WMM to make your voice and video
more smooth
•
1.2
Easy-to-install, plug and play
Product Deployment
WL-700G-M Wireless USB Adapter offers fast,
reliable and cost- effective solution for
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wireless access. Deployment as follows;
•
For staff who requires higher mobility in the
office, they want to have access to traditional
wired or wireless network in any place of the
company;
•
Enterprise or individual who requires often
changes in lay out of network cables;
•
Companies or places which are not suitable for
LAN cable laying out because of budget or
objective building, including places of great
interests, rent places or places for short-term
usage;
•
Company or individual who avoids using
expensive cables, renting cables or renting
rights for access.
1.3
Indicator Description
In the front panel of WL-700G-M, there is a LED
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indicator blinking when data communication is going
on.
1.4
Package Contents
Unpack the packets, and please find the following
items:
One WL-700G-M Wireless USB Adapter
One CD-ROM
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Chapter 2 Installation Guide
This chapter is to assist you how to use the included
CD-ROM which comprises the Setup Wizard and the
Client Utility Interface.
The following steps on Setup Wizard are taken the
Windows XP as example.
1.
Please insert the Wireless USB Adapter into the
USB port of your computer.
2. “Found New Hardware” system dialogue appears,
and selects “Cancel” to use the included Setup
Wizard for fast installation; of course, you also can
select “Next” to install by manual.
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3. Inert the included CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive of your computer, and the Welcome screen
appears.
(If
not
appear,
“Setup.exe” icon.)
4. Click “Enter or Next”.
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5. Click “Next” to start installing.
6. Click “Change…” to select the directory path, or
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click “Next”.
7. Select “OK” and “Next” in the following window.
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8. During the installation, the following dialogue
maybe appears. Click the “Continue Anyway” to
continue. There is no security threat to your
computer.
9. Click “Finish” to complete the installation.
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Chapter 3 Client Utility Interface
This software is for the WL-700G-M Wireless USB
Adapter management. If it does not appear, select
“Start”—“All Programs” —“Wireless Adapter”—“ 54m
Wireless USB Adapter WL-700G-M”, or click the
shortcut on your PC’s desktop.
Note:
In the Windows XP, you can select the included
WL-700G-M Client Utility Interface or the Windows
XP internal wireless application to configure the
device.
There are two client utility applications in WL-700G-M:
Station mode and AP mode.
Note:
In this utility interface, Station Mode (Client Mode)
is the default access way.
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3.1
3.1.1
Station Mode
Station Mode Topology
In this mode, WL-700G-M serves as a client to
receive the wireless signals to access the Internet.
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3.1.2
Status
In the Network Status window, it displays something
on wireless adapter and wireless network status,
including SSID, Authentication type, Encryption Type,
IP address, subnet mask and gateway and so on.
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3.1.3
Site Survey
The Site Survey is used to scan the available wireless
network around, showing the wireless network’s signal
strength and other information which provides basis
for you to access which wireless network.
Connect: select one entry in the wireless network
list and click the button to connect the device with
the selected network.
Refresh: rescan the wireless network around.
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3.1.4
Profile Management
This window saves the general wireless parameters for
different profiles, which is used to fast connect the
wireless network you need.
UP/DOWN: To change the profile’s sequence in
the list.
Connect: To activate one profile.
New: To create a new profile and configure the
site status and security setting.
Modify: To modify one existing profile.
Delete: To delete one existing profile.
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(Site Status)
(Security Setting)
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3.1.5
Statistics
Statistics is used to summarize Rx and Tx data packets,
including the success and error packet amount.
Clear: click this button to renew the statistics.
3.1.6
WPS Setting
WPS setting is enabled only on WPS-compliant
devices.
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PIN
Enter the Pin code and click the “PIN” to
automatically connect the wireless adapter with
wireless devices around.
PBC
Click the “PBC” to complete auto-check and
connections between wireless adapter and other
wireless device.
Refresh: to update the Pin code.
Rescan: to rescan the WPS-compliant wireless
network around.
Disconnect: to disconnect the connected wireless
network.
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3.2
AP Mode
3.2.1
AP Mode Topology
The device also can serve as an access point to
transmit wireless signals and create wireless network,
allowing other wireless clients to access the network.
Click the AP Mode icon to enter the AP Mode interface.
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3.2.2
Basic Setting
This window is used to configure the AP’s basic parameters, including SSID, Wireless Mode and Channel.
SSID: Wireless network’s ID name scanned by
wireless adapter.
Wireless Mode: 802.11b/802.11g/802.11b/g
mixed.
Channel: 1~11 channels provided.
Restore Default: to restore the set parameters to
default factory default settings.
Apply: to make the changes made take effect.
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3.2.3
Security Setting
This window is used to configure the wireless
network’s security authentication, providing WEP,
WPA-PSK,
WPA2-PSK,
and
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
encryption methods.
WEP:10/26 bits Hex or 5/13 ASCII support.
WPA-PSK:8~32 bits ASCII support.
WPA2-PSK:8~32 bits ASCII support.
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK:8~32 bits ASCII support.
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Note:
1. The Hex characters include 0~9 numbers and
a~f letters.
2. ASCII characters include any numbers/letters
and characters.
3.2.4
Access Control
Access Control is based on the MAC address to decide
that the specified client connects to the wireless
network, or disables it to access the wireless network.
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Filter Policy:
Disabled: to disable the filter function.
All Permitted: to permit all clients in the list to
access the wireless network.
All Blocked: to refuse all clients in the list to
access the wireless network.
MAC Address to input the client’s MAC address to
implement the corresponding filter policy. For
example: b0000a8cd702.
Add: to add the entered MAC address into the list.
Delete: to delete one existing MAC address in the
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list.
Remove All: to delete all clients’ MAC address in
the list.
Apply: to make the changes made take effect.
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3.2.5
About
This window displays something about software
version and wireless adapter.
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Appendix One: Acronyms and Terms
WLAN
802.11
Wireless Local Area Network
A family of specifications developed by
the IEEE for WLAN technology.
802.11a
An extension to 802.11 WLAN standard
that provides up to 54 Mbps transmission in the 5 GHz UNI radio band.
802.11b
An extension to 802.11 WLAN standard
that provides up to 11 Mbps
transmission in the 2.4 GHz ISM radio
band. 802.11b uses DSSS modulation.
802.11g
An extension to 802.11 WLAN standard
that provides up to 54 Mbps
transmission in the 2.4 GHz ISM radio
band. 802.11b uses OFDM modulation
and is backwards compatible with
802.11b.
Ad-Hoc
A group of computers each with wireless
adapters, connected as an independent
WLAN.
AES
Advanced Encryption Standard
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BSSID
Basic Service Set ID
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DSSS
Direct
Sequence
Spread
Spectrum.
DSSS is one of two types of spread
spectrum
radio.
frequency-hopping
The
spread
other
is
spectrum
(FHSS).
QoS
Quality of Service
OFDM
Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing
RADIUS
Remote Authentication Dial In User
Service
RTS
Request to Send
SSID
Service Set Identifier. A 32-character
unique identifier attached to the header
of packets sent over a WLAN that acts as
a password when a mobile device tries
to connect to the BSS.
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol
TKIP
Temporal Key Integrity Protocol
WDS
Wireless Distribution System
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WEP
Wired Equivalent Privacy. A security
protocol for
WLANs defined in the IEEE 802.11
standard.
WPA
Wi-Fi Protected Access
WPA2
Wi-Fi Protected Access 2. The next
generation of
Wi-Fi security, based on the 802.11i
standard.
WPA2-PSK Wi-Fi Protected Access 2-Pre-shared
Keys
WPA-PSK
Wi-Fi Protected Access-Pre-shared Keys
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Appendix Two: Product Specification
Standard
IEEE802.11g, IEEE802.11b,
Port
USB2.0
Frequency Range
2.4GHz
54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24
Transmission Rate
Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9
Mbps, 6 Mbps, 11 Mbps, 5.5
Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
Transmission
Power
Max. 18dbm
Modulation Method
OFDM, CCK
Working Temper.
0
Storage Temper.
-40
Working Humidity
10
40
70
90
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Appendix Three: How to connect with PSP
Topology of PSP connecting with
WL-700G-M
1.
To configure PSP with Ad-Hoc mode
1.1 Select Network Settings
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1.2 Select Ad-Hoc mode
2.3 Select Channel
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2.
In WL-700G-M Utility Interface scan PSP and
double-click to connect the wireless network.
3.
In Site Survey check “enable PSP connection mode”
box.
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4.
To configure Xlink Kai
Select “Start”→ “All programmers” → “Xlink Kai
Evolution VII” → “Start Kai Config” to configure the
user name, password and other parameters as
follows.
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5.
Login Xlink Kai
Select “Start”→ “All programmers” → “Xlink Kai
Evolution VII” → “Start Kai”. PSP will connect with
Xlink Kai automatically. The following window will
indicate the connection is established well now.
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