New 2.4GHz User Manual

New 2.4GHz User Manual
802.11n/b/g Wireless Outdoor
High Power Access Point
System
version 1.0
User Manual
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Revision History
Version
Date
Notes
0.2.4
August , 2013
Initial Version
0.2.8
January , 2014
Add some features
0.3.2
April , 2014
Released version
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Network Topology – AP Mode & Client Mode
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Network Topology – Repeater Mode
Network Topology – Pt(M)P Bridge: Point to Multi-Point Mode
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AP Configuration Using Locator
While entering the Locator utility, the Locator will automatically search the AP
available on the same network. Locator will show the Device Name, Device
Type, IP Address, Ethernet MAC Address and Firmware Version in first page.
Before start using Locator, make sure you disable personal firewall installed in
you PC. (Ex. Windows XP personal firewall)
If you have 2 Fast Ethernet Adapter or more, you can choose enable one Fast
Ethernet Adapter for enter with Locator utility.
AP Configuration Using Web User Interface
Before Setup…
 Verify the IP address setting
You need to configure your PC’s network settings to obtain an IP address.
Computers use IP addresses to communicate with each other across a
network, such as the Internet.
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Click Start, select Control Panel. Double-click the Network
Connections.
Right click the Local Area Connection and click Properties; select
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) for the applicable Ethernet adapter. Then
click Properties.
Select USE the following IP address, enter 192.168.254.254 (but,
192.168.x.x for the device use) in the IP Address field and
255.255.0.0 in the Subnet Mask field, then click OK.
Start Setup by Browser...
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After getting the correct connection, start the web browser (make
sure you disable the proxy) and enter 192.168.x.x (x is outdoor unit
IP Address) in the Address field. Press Enter.
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2.
Enter the factory default User name and Password as:
User Name: Admin
Password: (leave blank)
then click OK.
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You will enter the Utility homepage.
Start Setup by Locator...
1. You just need to click on the Web icon in Locator main page. The
Locator will launch a default browser for you and lead you into web UI
directly.
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Wireless Configuration - AP Mode
System Information –
The default operation mode is AP mode. And the first page appears in main
page will show System Status -> System Summary automatically, you can
find detail system configuration in this page.
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Client List –
Automatically, this page can help user to identify current devices who already
associated to the AP
Throughput –
This page shows the throughput for both LAN and WAN. It refreshes every 5
seconds.
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System Log –
Click Event Log, the device automatically logs (records) events of possible
interest in its internal memory. If there is not enough internal memory for all
events, logs of older events are deleted, but logs of the latest events are
retained.
You can start to configure the system. In System Settings page, you can
configure:
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Device Name – You may assign any name to the Access Point. Using
memorable and unique names are helpful, especially if you are employing
multiple access points in the same network. The device name needs to be
less than 32 characters. After verify the name you input, click Apply to
save the change.
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Country/Region – Here you can set the AP to follow different country and
region regulation.
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Operation Mode - The default operation mode is Access Point, this
connects your wireless PCs and devices to a wired network. In most
cases, no change is necessary. You can switch operation mode to
Wireless Client, Pt(M)P Bridge or Repeater mode depends on your
application. Wireless Client mode allows this device to act as a client
within its range. Your Ethernet devices behind the unit can connect to
remote AP. Repeater mode is able to talk with one remote access point
within its range and retransmit its signal. Choose repeater mode if you
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want to extend the range of your original AP. Pt(M)P Bridge mode allows
Bridge point to point or point to multi-point network architecture, In order to
establish the wireless link between bridge radios, the MAC address of
remotes bridge(s) need to be registered in the address table. Enter the
MAC address with format xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (x is the hexadecimal digit). A
Master Bridge Radio may accommodate up to 8 remote MAC addresses.
Make sure you click Apply to save the changes before move to next page.
IP Settings –
IP Setting page can configure system IP address. Default IP address is
192.168.1.1 and Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0. You can manually enter the IP
address setting or get an IP from a DHCP server.
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IP Network Setting – Here you can choose to get IP from a DHCP server
or specify IP address manually. Choose to obtain an IP address from
DHCP server if your environment or ISP provides DHCP server.
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Otherwise, you can manually setup IP address.
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IP Address – The IP address need to be unique to your network. We
would like to recommend you stay with default IP address 192.168.x.x.
This is private address and should work well with your original
environment.
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IP Subnet Mask – The Subnet Mask must be the same as that set on
your Ethernet network.
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Default Gateway – If you have assigned a static IP address to the Access
Point, then enter the IP address of your network’s Gateway, such as a
router, in the Gateway field. If your network does not have a Gateway,
then leave this field blank.
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Spanning Tree Settings –
Click Spanning Tree Settings under System Configuration menu,
Spanning-Tree Protocol is a link management protocol that provides path
redundancy while preventing undesirable loops in the network.
 Spanning Tree Status: Choose to enable or disable the spanning tree feature.
 Bridge Hello Time: Specify the number of seconds for the hello time.
 Bridge Max Age: Specify the number of seconds for the max age.
 Bridge Forward Delay: Specify the number of seconds for the bridge forward
delay.
 Priority: Specify the number of seconds for the priority.
Click Apply to save the changes before leaving this page.
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In Wireless page, each option is described below
Wireless Network Wireless Network page allows you to configure the Wireless Mode, Channel /
Frequency, SSID and Security etc.
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Wireless Mode – Default setting is 802.11g/n HT20. This will support all
802.11g clients connect to the AP. You can choose 802.11g in wireless
mode column if your environment only has 802.11g clients.
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Channel / Frequency –The channels available are based on the country’s
regulation and select the appropriate channel from the list provided to
correspond with your network settings.
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Current Profiles – You may configure up to four different wireless profiles.
Click Edit to modify the profile and check the Enable box to activate the
profile.
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Profile (SSID) Isolation – Stations connected to different profiles cannot
access each other. Choose No Isolation (Full access), or Isolate all
profiles (SSIDs) from each other using VLAN (802.1Q) standard.
SSID Profile – The SSID is the unique name shared among all points in a
wireless network. The SSID must be identical for all points in the wireless
network. It is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 alphanumeric
characters, which may be any keyboard character. Make sure this setting
is the same for all points in your wireless network. For added security, you
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should change the SSID from the default name Generic, to a unique
name.
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VLAN ID – If you have enabled VLAN tagging on your network, specify the
VLAN tag ID 1 to 4095. You can assign an SSID to a VLAN. Client devices
using the SSID are grouped in that VLAN.
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Suppressed SSID – This option can hide the SSID not available from site
survey tool. Enable this function only if you do not want the Access Point
to be found by others.
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Stations Separation – Default setting is Disable. This option can disallow
the client devices connected to this AP to access each other.
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Security Mode: By default, the security is Disabled. Refer to the next
section to configure the security features such as WEP, WPA-PSK,
WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed, WPA, WPA2 and WPA-Mixed.
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Click Apply to save the changes.
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Wireless Security The wireless security settings configure the security type of your wireless
network. There are different wireless security mode options supported by the
Access Point.
In Wireless Security page, you can configure the AP to work with Disabled
(means no security), WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed, WPA,
WPA2 and WPA-Mixed mode. Once you setup the AP to work in security
mode, all wireless stations will also need to have corresponding settings.
System default setting is Disabled.
WEP is a basic encryption method, which is not as secure as WPA. To use
WEP, you will need to select a default transmit key and a level of WEP
encryption.
 Authentication Type: Select an authentication method. Options
available are Open System or Shared Key. An open system allows any
client to authenticate as long as it conforms to any MAC address filter
policies that may have been set. All authentication packets are
transmitted without encryption. Shared Key sends an unencrypted
challenge text string to any device attempting to communicate with the
Access Point. The device requesting authentication encrypts the
challenge text and sends it back to the Access Point. If the challenge text
is encrypted correctly, the Access Point allows the requesting device to
authenticate.
 Input Type: Select Hex or ASCII from the drop-down list.
 Key Length: Select a key format from the drop-down list. 40/64bit-hex
keys require 10 characters or ASCII keys require 5 characters, where as
104/128-bit-hex keys require 26 characters or ASCII keys require 13
characters, as 128/152-bit-hex keys require 32 characters or ASCII keys
require 16 characters. A hex key is defined as a number between 0
through 9 and letter between A through F.
 Default Key: You may use up to four different keys for four different
networks. Select the current key that will be used.
 Key table – You can enter 4 different WEP encryption keys into the
table and by choosing the radio button to decide which one is valid now.
The AP supports 64, 128 and 152bit key length. The longer key we
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choose usually means the encryption is stronger.
After all changes are made, click Save to make sure all changes are saved
into system.
WPA-PSK stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access – Pre-Shared Key. WPA-PSK is
design for home users who do not have RADIUS server in their network
environment. WPA can provide better security level than WEP without difficult
setting procedure.
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Encryption - WPA gives you three encryption methods: Auto, TKIP and
AES, with dynamic encryption keys.
PassPhrase - Enter a WPA Shared Key of 8-63 characters. The Shared
Key should be also applying the clients work in the same wireless
network.
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Group Key Update Interval - Enter a number of seconds which instructs
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the Access point how often it should change the encryption keys. Usually
the security level will be higher if you set the period shorter to change
encryption keys more often. Default value is 3600 seconds, set 0 in Group
Key Update Interval to disable key renewal.
Remember to click Save to make sure all changes are made before leaving
this page.
WPA option features WPA used in coordination with a RADIUS server (this
should only be used when a RADIUS server is connected to the Access Point).
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Encryption – WPA gives you three encryption methods: Auto, TKIP and
AES, with dynamic encryption keys.
RADIUS Server – Enter the IP address of your RADIUS server.
RADIUS Port – Port number for RADIUS service, default value is 1812
RADIUS Secret – RADIUS secret is the key shared between Access
Point and RADIUS server.
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Group Key Update Interval – This column indicate how often should the
Access Point change the encryption key. Default value is 3600 seconds,
set 0 in Group Key Update Interval to disable key renewal.
Wireless MAC Filter –
In this page, you can filter the MAC address by allowing or blocking access the
network.
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ACL (Access Control) Mode: You may choose to Disabled, Deny MAC
in the List, or Allow MAC in the List. By selecting Allow MAC in the List,
only the address listed in the table will have access to the network; all other
clients will be blocked. On the other hand, selected Deny MAC in the List
means only the listed MAC addresses will be blocked from accessing the
network; all other clients will have access to the network.
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MAC Address: Enter the MAC address.
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This table lists the blocked or allowed MAC addresses; you may delete
selected MAC address or delete all the addresses from the table by
clicking Delete.
Remember to click Apply to make sure all the changes are saved to system.
Wireless Advanced Settings The page below can help users to configure advanced wireless setting. Before
making any changes in this page, please check your wireless settings on other
system as well, as these changes will alter the effectiveness of the Access
Point. In most cases, these settings do not need to be changed.
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Data Rate – In data rate column, you can select all bit rate supported in
current operation mode. Default value is Auto which means the system
will automatically adjust the connection speed dynamically according to
your current link status.
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Transmit Power – You can reduce RF output power by selecting
adjustable transmit power by 1dBm step from 28 to 3 dBm. Changing
transmit power may decrease your wireless signal coverage. This feature
can be helpful in restricting the coverage area of the wireless network. You
can arrange the different data rate in distance in Access Point mode.
Please refer below table.
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Aggregation – When you enable this function, the device will combine
several packets and then transmit them as one. This is to reduce the
overhead when there are large packets to be transmitted.
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WMM – Choose to Enable or Disable wireless multimedia mode.
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Distance (1-30km) – Setup this parameter according to the longest link
distance between the point to point, or point to multi-point in the network.
The input needs to be greater than or equal to the real distance. The
range can be from 1km to 30km.
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Wireless Traffic Shaping – Choose to enable or disable wireless traffic
shaping, specify the incoming and outgoing transmission limit kbit/s.
Remember to click Apply to make sure all changes are made before leaving
this page.
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Management
Administration –
In the administration page, you can modify the Name and Password for
administrator. Changing the login user name and password is as easy as
entering the string you wish in the column. Then enter the password in the
second column to confirm. This option allows you to create a user name and
password for the device. By default, this device is configured with a user name
Admin and password is (leave blank). For security reasons, it is highly
recommended that you create a new user name and password.
Click Apply to finish the procedure. Be sure you noted the modification before
apply all changes.
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SNMP Settings–
Under System Configuration, click SNMP to display and change settings for
the Simple Network Management Protocol.
To communicate with the access point, the SNMP agent must first be enabled
and the Network Management Station must submit a valid community string for
authentication. Select SNMP Enable and enter data into the fields as
described below. Click Apply to save the changes.
Setting
Description
SNMP
Enables or disables SNMP.
Enable/Disable
Contact
Location
Sets the location string that describes the system location.
Maximum length is 255 characters.
Community
Name (Read
Only)
Specifies a community string with read-only access.
Authorized management stations are able to retrieve MIB
objects. Maximum length is 32 characters. Default is
public.
Community
Specifies a community string with read-write access.
Name (Read/
Write)
Authorized management stations are able to both retrieve
and modify MIB objects. Maximum length is 32 characters.
Default is private.
Trap
Enter the IP address of the trap manager that will receive
Destination
IP Address
these messages.
Trap
Destination
Enter the community name of the trap manager that will
receive these messages. Default is public
Community
Name
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Backup/Restore and Reset to factory default Settings–
In this section, you can Backup/Restore Setting and Revert to Factory
Default Settings:
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Save A Copy of Current Settings – Click Backup, the system will
prompt you where to save the backup file. You can choose the directory to
save your configuration file.
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Restore Saved Settings from A File – Here you can restore the
configuration file from where you previously saved.
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Revert To Factory Default Settings – Be very carefully before restore
system back to default since you will lose all current settings immediately.
If you act the function, the IP address will restore the establishing value
situation.
192.168.1.1 in the IP Address field and 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet
Mask field,
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Firmware Upgrade –
Enter the location of the firmware upgrade file in the file path field, or click
Browse to find the firmware upgrade file. Click Upgrade, and follow the
instructions. The whole firmware upgrade process will take around 1 minute.
Before upgrade, make sure you are using correct version. Please check with
your technical support service if new firmware available.
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Time Settings –
This page allows you to configure the time on the device. You may do this
manually or by connecting to a NTP server.
 Manually Set Date and Time: Setup the date and time
 Automatically Get Date and Time: Select the time zone from the drop
down list and then specify the IP address of the NTP server.
Click Apply to save the changes.
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Log Settings –
This page displays a list of events that are triggered on the Ethernet and
Wireless interface. This log can be referred when an unknown error occurs on
the system or when a report needs to be sent to the technical support
department for debugging purposes.
 Syslog: Choose to enable or disable the system log.
 Log Server IP Address: Specify the IP address of the server that will
receive the system log.
 Local Log: Choose to enable or disable the local log.
Click Apply to save the changes.
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Diagnostics –
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Target IP: Specify the IP address you would like to search.
Ping Packet Size: Specify the packet size of each ping.
Number of Pings: Specify how many times of ping.
Traceroute Target: Specify an IP address or Domain name you would like
to trace.
System Reset –
There are 2 different mechanisms for the device t reboot: Auto Reboot and
Schedule to Reboot.
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Auto Reboot: When you enable this function, you will need to specify an
IP address which you want this device to ping. This IP address could be
another wireless device, a server or any device with IP address. And you
can decide the time period (in seconds) or the failure counts to trigger this
function.
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Schedule to Reboot: This function is used when there are large data
communicating in your network which may cause system unstable as
sometimes the buffer memory on different devices such as the Access
point, IP camera, switch, or computer would run out and you may find the
fastest way to get the whole system back to work by unplug the power
(any device) and power it up again. This is because the buffer memory will
be released when you unplug the power. Thus, you may use this function
to specify a time that you want this device to reboot.
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Reboot Now: you can choose to Reboot the Device or Restore to
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Factory Default.
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Wireless Configuration – Pt(M)P Bridge Mode (Point to
Point & Point to Multi-Point)
Pt(M)P Bridge is used for wirelessly connect several Access Points, and in
doing so extend a wired infrastructure to locations where cabling is not
possible or inefficient to implement (be sure you understand the purpose of
bridge mode before proceed configuration).
Click Wireless Network under Wireless menu, you can configure:
Wireless Setting –
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Wireless Mode – Default setting is 802.11g/n HT20. This will support all
802.11g clients connect to the AP. You can choose 802.11g in wireless
mode column if your environment only has 802.11g clients.
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Channel / Frequency –The channels available are based on the country’s
regulation and select the appropriate channel from the list provided to
correspond with your network settings.
WDS Link Setting: Select Enable and enter the MAC address.
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Considerations before installation –
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Loop Prevention – Be careful to plan you Wireless Bridge connections,
prevent your wireless network topology to have loop. Once loop shows up,
you network traffic will become unstable.
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Performance – The system can support up to 8 Wireless Bridge links. But
all links and wireless stations that operate at the same time will all share
single radio bandwidth (Ex. 11g have 54Mbps bandwidth).
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Latency – In the chain topology configuration, if the chain becomes very
long, end-to-end latency issue may come in play. We suggest the Bridge
link topology planning should not exceed 2 hops in chain configuration.
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Wireless Bridge (WDS) Security –
Wireless Bridge (WDS) now only supports limit wireless security protocol. Here
lists Wireless Bridge (WDS) security settings below:
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None – Both Point to Point and Point to Multi-Point traffic transmit without
encryption.
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AES – Both Point to Point and Point to Multi-Point traffic are encrypted by
the same AES key.
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After all changes are made, click Apply to save into system.
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Wireless Configuration – Wireless Client Mode
This device can also work as a client device. In order to setup this device to
work in such mode, you need to choose Wireless Client mode and click
Apply.
After the system reboot is done, you can see the page as below. Status page
show the device is now working in Wireless Client mode.
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Connection Status This column show current connection status. If this device already
connects to an Access Point or station, here will show the MAC address of
the associated Access Point or station. Otherwise, connection column will
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show N/A which means no connection to any Access Point or station.
Wireless Client Type – Here indicates the information of this device.
SSID – SSID column displays current SSID assigned to the AP.
BSSID – Basic Service Set Identifier. This is the assigned MAC address
of the station in the access point.
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Connection Status – Showa the current status Associated or N/A.
Wireless Mode – Shows the Access Point current work in either 11g or
11n mode.
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Current Channel – This column indicates the radio channel currently in
use.
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Security – Indicates AP security settings in client mode. Should be either
Disabled, WEP or WPA-PSK.
Tx Data Rate(Mbps) – Shows the current Tx Data rate status.
Current noise level –This column shows current link quality with AP by
noise level in 0 to -96 dBm scale.
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Signal strength – This column shows current link quality with AP by
signal strength in 0 to -96 dBm scale.
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Wireless Setting
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Wireless Client Type – Default setting is Universal Client which will
send out the MAC address of this device. The WDS Client, on the other
hand, will send out the MAC address which connected to the device.
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SSID - The SSID is the unique name shared among all points in a wireless
network. The SSID must be identical for all points in the wireless network.
It is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 alphanumeric characters,
which may be any keyboard character. You can also click Site Survey
and choose any available AP; system will determine the Access Point
currently available and establish connection with that Access Point. If you
already understand your wireless environment well, you can enter the
SSID in manually.
In Wireless Network page, you can find Site Survey button as shown below.
You can click on it to find all wireless networks available in your current
environment.
The Site Survey page can help you identify all the APs currently working in
your environment. Just click on the BSSID column, the system will join you to
the SSID you specify. In Site Survey page, you can also see the details of all
SSIDs currently available.
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After you determine which AP (SSID) to join, you can click on the BSSID
column your want to choose. The system will automatically join the SSID you
specified after reboot.
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Wireless Security –
WEP is a basic encryption method, which is not as secure as WPA. To use
WEP as a client, you will need to enter a transmit key and a level of WEP
encryption exactly the same as the Access Point.
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Auth Type: Select an authentication method. Options are Open System
or Shared Key. An open system allows any client to authenticate as long
as it conforms to any MAC address filter policies that may have been set.
All authentication packets are transmitted without encryption. Shared Key
sends an unencrypted challenge text string to any device attempting to
communicate with the Access Point. The device requesting authentication
encrypts the challenge text and sends it back to the Access Point. If the
challenge text is encrypted correctly, the Access Point allows the
requesting device to authenticate.
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Input Type: Select Hex or ASCII from the drop-down list.
Key Length: Select a key format from the drop-down list. 40/64bit-hex
keys require 10 characters or ASCII keys require 5 characters, where as
104/128-bit-hex keys require 26 characters or ASCII keys require 13
characters, as 128/152-bit-hex keys require 32 characters or ASCII keys
require 16 characters. A hex key is defined as a number between 0
through 9 and letter between A through F.
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Default Key: You may use up to four different keys for four different
networks. Select the current key that will be used.
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Key table – You can enter 4 different WEP encryption keys into the table
and by choosing the radio button to decide which one is valid now. The AP
supports 64, 128 and 152bit key length. The longer key we choose usually
means the encryption is stronger.
Be sure to click Apply to save all settings.
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WPA-PSK stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access – Pre-Shared Key. WPA-PSK is
design for home users who do not have RADIUS server in their network
environment. WPA can provide better security level than WEP without difficult
setting procedure.

Encryption – there are two encryption methods: TKIP and AES, with
dynamic encryption keys.

Passphrase Key - Enter a WPA Shared Key of 8-63 characters. The
Shared Key should be also applying the Access Point work in the same
wireless network.
Be sure to click Apply to save all settings.
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Wireless Configuration – Repeater Mode
When you set the device to Repeater mode, the device is able to talk with one
remote access point within its range and retransmit its signal. In order to setup
the device to work in such mode, you need to choose Repeater and click
Apply in System Settings page. Please reboot the device to make sure it
works in repeater mode.
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After enable the repeater mode, you can click Wireless Network and choose
Site Survey to pick one of the SSIDs you would like to retransmit its signal
(please be awarded that while using the repeater mode, the throughput
performance maybe nearly only half compare with access point mode.
Because the repeater needs to communicate with original AP and also the
clients associate to the repeater at the same time).
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After Site Survey, you can choose the Access Point you need to extend its
range by clicking BSSID column. Then click Apply to make sure system
working properly with new setting.
After all the changes are made, you can check the Connect Status page to
check current SSID and link quality / signal strength.
Wireless Security –
The wireless security settings configure the security of your wireless network.
There are three wireless security mode options supported by the Access Point:
WEP, WPA-PSK, and WPA2 (WPA stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access, which
is a security standard stronger than WEP encryption. WEP stands for Wired
Equivalent Privacy).
In Wireless Security page, you can configure the AP to work with Disabled (no
Security), WEP, WPA-PSK, and WPA2 security mode. Once you setup the AP
to work in security mode, all wireless stations will also need to have
corresponding settings. System default setting is Disabled.
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WEP is a basic encryption method, which is not as secure as WPA. To use
WEP, you will need to select a default transmit key and a level of WEP
encryption.
 Auth Type: Select an authentication method. Options available are
Open System or Shared Key. An open system allows any client to
authenticate as long as it conforms to any MAC address filter policies
that may have been set. All authentication packets are transmitted
without encryption. Shared Key sends an unencrypted challenge text
string to any device attempting to communicate with the Access Point.
The device requesting authentication encrypts the challenge text and
sends it back to the Access Point. If the challenge text is encrypted
correctly, the Access Point allows the requesting device to authenticate.
 Input Type: Select Hex or ASCII from the drop-down list.
 Key Length: Select a key format from the drop-down list. 40/64-bit (10
hex digits or 5 ACSII char) require 10 characters or ASCII keys require
5 characters, while 104/128-bit (26 hex digits or 13 ACSII char)
requires 26 characters or ASCII keys require 13 characters, and
128/152-bit (32 hex digits or 16 ACSII char) requires 32 characters or
ASCII keys require 16 characters. A hex key is defined as a number
between 0 through 9 and letter between A through F.
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 Default Key: You may use up to four different keys for four different
networks. Select the current key that will be used.
 Key table – You can enter 4 different WEP encryption keys into the
table and by choosing the radio button to decide which one is valid now.
The AP supports 64, 128 and 152bit key length. The longer key we
choose usually means the encryption is stronger.
Be sure to click Apply to save all changes.
WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access – Pre-Shared Key.
WPA-PSK is design for home users who do not have RADIUS server in their
network environment. WPA can provide better security level than WEP without
difficult setting procedure.
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Encryption - WPA gives you three encryption methods: Auto, TKIP and
AES, with dynamic encryption keys.
PassPhrase - Enter a WPA Shared Key of 8-63 characters. The Shared
Key should be also applying the clients work in the same wireless
network.
Group Key Update Interval - Enter a number of seconds which instructs
the Access point how often it should change the encryption keys. Usually
the security level will be higher if you set the period shorter to change
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encryption keys more often. Default value is 3600 seconds, set 0 in Group
Key Update Interval to disable key renewal.
Remember to click Save to make sure all changes are made before leaving
this page.
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Appendix A: Notice
Please refer to the following system grounding diagram for your installation reference.
When in doubt, refer to the NEC code to determine proper grounding techniques.
For detailed information regarding grounding the outdoor wireless system.
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