JetWave IWC 5630 Series Industrial

JetWave IWC 5630 Series
Industrial-grade WLAN controller
User Manual
V1.1 Jul.1, 2016
JetWave IWC 5630 Series User Manual
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the written permission of the supplier.
About This Manual
This user manual is intended to guide professional installer to install the JetWave IWC 5630 and how
to build the infrastructure centered on it. It includes procedures to assist you in avoiding unforeseen
problems.
Conventions
For your attention on important parts, special characters and patterns are used in this manual:
Note:
This indicates an important note that you must pay attention to.
The Blue Wording is important note that you must pay attention to.
The Blue Wording with Big Case is very important note you must pay more attention to.
Warning:
This indicates a warning or caution that you have to abide.
The Red wording is very important you must avoid.
Bold: Indicates the function, important words, and so on.
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Content
Chapter 1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 2
1.1
Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 2
1.2
JetWave IWC 5630 Series Appearance .................................................................................. 3
1.3
JetWave IWC 5630 Major Features......................................................................................... 3
1.4
Supported AP models .............................................................................................................. 4
1.5
Product Package ..................................................................................................................... 4
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation ......................................................................................................... 6
2.1
Professional Installation Required ........................................................................................... 6
Safety Precautions .......................................................................................................................... 6
2.2
Power Installation .................................................................................................................... 6
2.2.1
2.3
DC Input ........................................................................................................................... 6
Power Installation .................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.1
Wiring your Ethernet Port ................................................................................................. 7
2.3.2
SFP socket ....................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.3
USB port ........................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.4
Reset ................................................................................................................................ 7
2.3.5
Serial port ......................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.6
Serial port ......................................................................................................................... 9
2.3.7
Ground .............................................................................................................................. 9
2.4
LED Indicator ......................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 3 Prepare for Management ................................................................................................. 12
3.1
Basic Factory Default Settings .............................................................................................. 12
3.2
System Requirements ........................................................................................................... 12
3.3
How to Login the Web-based Interface ................................................................................. 13
3.4
Fail to login the Web GUI....................................................................................................... 13
Chapter 4 Web GUI Configuration .................................................................................................... 16
4.1
Monitor ................................................................................................................................... 16
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4.1.1
Information...................................................................................................................... 16
4.1.2
Access Points ................................................................................................................. 17
4.1.3
Statistics ......................................................................................................................... 19
4.1.4
Event/Alarm .................................................................................................................... 19
4.2
System ................................................................................................................................... 21
4.2.1
Basic Settings ................................................................................................................. 21
4.2.2
Time Settings .................................................................................................................. 22
4.3
Access Points ........................................................................................................................ 22
4.3.1
AP Settings ..................................................................................................................... 23
4.3.1.1
AP model settings --WIFI ............................................................................................ 23
4.3.1.2
AP model settings --Cellular ....................................................................................... 29
4.3.1.3
Per-AP settings ........................................................................................................... 31
4.4
WLANs ................................................................................................................................... 32
4.4.1
4.5
WLAN profile .................................................................................................................. 33
Network Settings .................................................................................................................... 36
4.5.1
IP Settings ...................................................................................................................... 36
4.5.2
Bridge Table .................................................................................................................... 39
4.5.3
ARP Table ....................................................................................................................... 39
4.5.4
DHCP Client List ............................................................................................................. 39
4.5.5
NAT settings ................................................................................................................... 40
4.6
Security .................................................................................................................................. 42
4.6.1
Firewall settings .............................................................................................................. 42
4.6.2
MAC ACL ........................................................................................................................ 45
4.7
AAA ........................................................................................................................................ 45
4.7.1
Radius settings ............................................................................................................... 45
4.7.2
Radius server ................................................................................................................. 46
4.8
Management .......................................................................................................................... 47
4.8.1
Remote Setting ............................................................................................................... 47
4.8.2
SMTP Configuration ....................................................................................................... 49
4.8.3
Password Settings .......................................................................................................... 50
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4.8.4
Firmware Upgrade .......................................................................................................... 50
4.8.5
Configuration File ........................................................................................................... 51
4.8.6
Certificate File................................................................................................................. 52
4.9
Tools ...................................................................................................................................... 53
4.9.1
System Log..................................................................................................................... 53
4.9.2
Ping ................................................................................................................................ 54
4.10
Main Entry .......................................................................................................................... 55
4.10.1
Save ............................................................................................................................... 55
4.10.2
Logout ............................................................................................................................. 55
4.10.3
Reboot ............................................................................................................................ 55
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................... 58
5.1
General Question................................................................................................................... 58
5.1.1
How to know the MAC address of the WLAN controller?............................................... 58
5.1.2
What if I would like to reset the unit to default settings? ................................................ 58
5.1.3
What if I cannot access the Web-based management interface? .................................. 58
Revision History ................................................................................................................................. 59
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Chapter 1
Introduction
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Introduction
The user manual is applied to Korenix JetWave IWC 5630 Series Industrial-grade WLAN
controller. For detail product specification, please download the latest datasheet from Korenix web
site.
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1.2 JetWave IWC 5630 Series Appearance
Figure - JetWave IWC 5630 Appearance
1.3 JetWave IWC 5630 Major Features
•
Central-managed wireless network: Integrated L2/L3 AP auto discovery and auto provision for
fast installation and deployment
•
Enhanced wireless security: Minimal deployment for built-in secure gateway and built-in
RADIUS server
•
Connected user station management
•
Centralized AP firmware management
•
Advanced wireless mobility: Less than 100ms server-based super roaming
•
WPA2-personal/enterprise and IEEE 802.11i-compliant wireless security
•
IEEE 802.1x/RADIUS supported
•
Up to 25 managed APs and 1000 concurrent users
•
Up to 8 WLAN radio profiles supported & 8 VAPs per profile
•
IP30 grade sheet metal chassis
•
-40~75℃ operating temp
•
DC 9~36V power input with polarity auto reverse protection
•
EN50022 DIN-rail mount
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1.4 Supported AP models
Supported AP models:
JetWave 3200 series: include JetWave 3220/3320/3420
JetWave 4020 series: include JetWave 4020/4020E/4020-FCC/4020E-FCC
1.5 Product Package
The product package you have received should contain the following items. If any of them are not
included or damaged, please contact your local vendor for support.
Package:
JetWave IWC5630 Unit
Din-Rail Mounting Kit
2-pin Power connector
Quick Installation Guide
Console cable (3pin/DB9)
Note: Please download the Utility, User Manual from Korenix Web Site.
Note 1: Check the Korenix web site order information for new accessories, new version user manual,
MIB file, firmware and Utility.
Note 2: Different model needs different number of the accessories. If you are not familiar with the
feature of the accessories, please consult with our Sales or Technical Service Engineer.
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Chapter 2
Hardware Installation
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Chapter 2 Hardware Installation
This chapter describes safety precautions and product information before installing JetWave IWC
5630 Series.
2.1 Professional Installation Required
1.
Please seek assistance from a professional installer for field installation or professional IT
Engineer for indoor installation.
2.
The JetWave IWC 5630 series is distributed through distributors and system installers with
professional technicians and will not be sold directly through retail stores.
Safety Precautions
1.
To keep you safe and install the hardware properly, please read and follow these safety
precautions.
If you are installing JetWave IWC 5630 series in the field box, for your safety as well as others’,
2.
please seek assistance from a professional installer who has received safety training on the
hazards involved. Keep safety as well as performance in mind when selecting your installation
site, especially where there are electric power and phone lines. Please note the following things
as well:
3.

Do not use a metal ladder;

Do not work on a wet or windy day;

Wear shoes with rubber soles and heels, rubber gloves, long sleeved shirt or jacket.
If you are installing JetWave IWC 5630 series in the indoor office or factory, be aware of the
power source and grounding must be well installed.
4.
Note that Field EMD (Lightning) DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY.
2.2 Power Installation
The system provides DC power input.
2.2.1 DC Input
1.
There is one 2-pin terminal block within the package for screwing the DC wires. It is a good
practice to turn off the system power, and to unplug power terminal block before making wire
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connections.
2.
Insert the positive and negative wires into the V+ and V- contact on the terminal block
connector. Tighten the wire-clamp screws to prevent DC wires from being loosened. The
range of the suitable electric wire is from 12 to 24 AWG.
3.
The typical and suggest power source is DC 24V, the acceptable range is range from 9~36V.
Please note that while you connect 36VDC, make sure the inrush voltage shall be under
10% (39.6V).
2.3 Power Installation
2.3.1 Wiring your Ethernet Port
There are four Gigabit Ethernet ports. The 4 ports are standard RJ-45 form factor. They can
support 10Base-TX, 100Base-TX and 1000Base-T. The 10/100Base-TX also supports both full
and half duplex mode. All the Ethernet ports will auto-detect the signal from connected devices
to negotiate the link speed and duplex mode. Auto MDI/MDIX allows users to connect another
switch, hub or workstation without changing straight through or crossover cables. In some cases,
the MDI/MDI-X may requests the connected device support auto-negotiation.
Available Cable Type:
10Base‐T: 2‐pair UTP/STP Cat. 3, 4, 5 cable (100m)
100 Base‐TX: 2/4‐pair UTP/STP Cat. 5 cable (100m)
1000 Base‐T: 4‐pair UTP/STP Cat. 5 cable (100m)
2.3.2 SFP socket
SFP socket is 100/1000 fiber SFP socket combo, combo with 10/100/1000Base-T. It can be
used as a WAN port.
2.3.3 USB port
The port supports USB flash device. This interface is reserved for future requirement.
2.3.4 Reset
There is one Reset button located at the bottom of the device. This is design for user to reboot
the system port or force reset the configuration to default. The function is depended on how
much time you press the button.
Press 3 seconds to reboot the device.
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Press more than 7 seconds can reset the configuration to default.
2.3.5 Serial port
There is one RS232 serial port for serial communication. The port supports RS232/422/485
3-in-1. This interface is reserved for future requirement.
Below figure shows the pin assignment of the serial port.
Pin 1: DCD
Pin 2: RXD
Pin 3: TXD
Pin 4: DTR
Pin 5: GND
Pin 6: DSR
Pin 7: RTS
Pin 8: CTS
Pin 9: RI
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2.3.6 Console port
There is one 3-pin console for diagnostic and command line on the bottom of the device. The 3
pin indicates below pin assignment of the typical RS-232 serial connection. You can wire the
cable by yourself or purchase from Korenix.
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Diag. Socket
GND(Ground)
Receive Data (RD)
Transmit Date (TD)
D-Sub 9
GND(Ground)
Transmit Date (TD)
Receive Data (RD)
2.3.7 Ground
To ensure the system will not be damaged by noise or any electrical shock, we suggest you to
make exact connection with the Earth Ground. There is one earth ground screw on the bottom
side of the device. Loosen the earth ground screw then tighten the screw after earth ground wire
is connected.
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2.4
LED Indicator
The following table indicates the LED of your device.
LED
Indication
Power
LED
Status
PWR
Indication
Status for Customization
S1
Green ON = System ON
(Green or Amber)
Status of the SFP socket
Status for Customization
S2
SFP
1000Mbps (Green on) / 100Mbps
(Green or Amber)
(Amber on)
Ethernet
Link (Green on) / Activity (Green
Ethernet
1000Mbps (Amber on) / 10 or
Port
blinking)
Speed
100Mbps (Amber off)
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Chapter 3
Prepare for Management
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Chapter 3 Prepare for Management
Using Web GUI Configuration to setup JetWave IWC 5630 Series.
This chapter describes the preparation for management. In your first time access the device, you can
refer to the Basic Factory Default Settings to know the default settings and the default IP of the device.
3.1 Basic Factory Default Settings
We’ll elaborate the JetWave IWC 5630 Series basic factory default settings. You can re-acquire
these parameters by default. This info is easier for you to find the device and access the WLAN
controller’s configuration interface. For further info, please refer to configuration guide of the feature
set.
Table 1 JetWave IWC 5630 Basic Factory Default Settings
Features
Factory Default Settings
Username
admin
Password
admin
Model Name
IWC 5630
Device Name
korenixXXXXXX (X represents the last 6
digits of Ethernet MAC address)
Default IP
IP Address
192.168.10.1
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Gateway
0.0.0.0
Console Type
3-pin (Tx, Rx, GND), 115200, N/8/1
3.2
System Requirements
Before configuration, please make sure your system meets the following requirements:
A computer coupled with 10/100/1000 Base-T(X) adapter;
Configure the computer with a static IP address of 192.168.10.x (X cannot be 0, 1, nor 255), as the
default IP address of JetWave IWC 5630 Series is 192.168.10.1 (Eth 1/2/3 of IWC 5630).
A Web browser on PC for configuration such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or above, Google
Chrome or Firefox is preferred.
Note: If you want to do throughput test, not just configure the switch, please notice that the
throughput of the high performance and low performance CPU must be different.
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3.3 How to Login the Web-based Interface
The system provides you with user-friendly Web-based management tool.
Open Web browser and enter the IP address (Default: 192.168.10.1) into the address field. You will
see the WELCOME page as below.
Figure – Web GUI Login Page
Enter the name of Account (Default: admin) and password (Default: admin) respectively and click
“Login” to login the main page of the device. As you can see, this management interface provides
main options in the above, which are Monitor, System, Access points, WLANs, Network Settings,
Security, AAA, Management, Tools, Save, Logout and Reboot. Remember to save to flash after
configuration applied to keep consistency between system reboot.
Note:
The username and password are case-sensitive!
3.4 Fail to login the Web GUI
If you failed to login the web GUI, there are something you can do for troubleshooting.
1. Korenix web management page is developed by JAVA. It allows you to use a standard
web-browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, or Mozilla, to configure and interrogate the
switch from anywhere on the network. The IE 5.0 or later versions do not allow Java applets to
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open sockets by default. Users have to directly modify the browser settings to selectively enable
Java applets to use network ports.
2. Please disable the firewall setting of your browser. The firewall setting may block the connection
from your PC to the device. The firewall may stop the firmware upgrade, configuration backup and
restore as well. Note that after finished the setting, re-enable your firewall to protect your PC.
3. Check the IP Setting, your PC and managed device must be located within the same subnet.
4. The Web UI connection session of the device will be logged out automatically if you don’t give any
input after 30 seconds. After logged out, you should re-login and key in correct user name and
password again.
5. The new JAVA version may have different security policy in different versions, please contact
Korenix engineer (Korecare@korenix.com) once you have problem for login.
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Chapter 4
Web GUI Configuration
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Chapter 4 Web GUI Configuration
This chapter describes the Web GUI for Software Configuration.
4.1 Monitor
The Monitor feature set includes Information, Access point, Statistics and Event/alarm.
4.1.1 Information
This page shows the current status and some basic setting of the device.
System Information: The Model Name, Device Name, Country/Region you selected and
Firmware version number.
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WAN Setting: It shows the Access type, IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS 1/2
and MAC Address of the WAN interface.
LAN Setting: It shows the IP Address, Subnet Mask and MAC Address of the LAN interface.
Port Status: This table shows the Interface Name, MAC Address, Status and Rate.
4.1.2 Access Points
This table shows instant APs list that are discovered by IWC 5630.
IWC 5630 supports both layer 2 and layer 3 AP discovery. Intuitively, JetWave APs that located in
the same broadcast domain with IWC 5630 will be discovered. If JetWave APs and IWC 5630 are
not in the same broadcast domain, it is recommended using Layer 3 discovery. Layer 3
discovery of IWC 5630 is achieved by DHCP server option 43, which is known as “Vendor
Specific Info” field. Specify WLAN controller IP (for example: 192.168.10.1) in DHCP server
option 43 and then JetWave APs will be discovered through layer 3 network. The following
snapshot uses tftpd as an example of DHCP option 43.
This page lists all JetWave discovered. The status field can be pending, connecting and
connected. Pending state means AP is discovered but not approved. Connecting state applies
the AP is during the process of approval. When status is Connected, the AP is managed by IWC
5630.
In action field, you can decide to approve specific AP to be managed by IWC 5630.
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Poll Interval: The poll interval time setting, range from 0~65534 seconds. If you want to change
the poll interval time, press “Stop” and then enter new value, press “Set Interval” to activate new
setting.
Set Interval: Set new Interval time after enter new poll interval time.
Stop: Stop polling the associated clients.
After approved, ap status will change to connected
AP running configurations can be retrieved by clicking the MAC Address field of the AP, as shown in
the following AP Details page.
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In this page, the running configurations will be displayed on the top. The bottom half page lists station
list, categorized by radio. Through action field, you can Kick unwanted users.
4.1.3 Statistics
This page shows the packet counters for transmission and reception regarding to LAN port and
WAN port.
Poll Interval: The poll interval time setting, range from 0~65534 seconds. If you want to change
the poll interval time, press “Stop” and then enter new value, press “Set Interval” to activate.
Set Interval: Set new Interval time after enter new poll interval time.
Stop: Stop polling the associated clients.
4.1.4 Event/Alarm
This table shows system events. You can observe system activities here, for example, AP joined,
AP disconnected or AP deleted, etc.
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4.2 System
For users who use the JetWave IWC 5630 series for the first time, it is recommended that you
begin configuration from the “System” page shown below:
In System pages, there are some configuration pages for the system settings. These setups are
introduced in below pages.
4.2.1 Basic Settings
Use this page to configure the basic parameters of the device.
Device Name: User could give a name for identifying a particular access point here. It allows
maximum 15 characters and no spaces.
Lan port: 1/2/3 Data Rate: Configure the Speed/Duplex of the port Eth 1 to Eth3. The default
value, Auto means Auto-Negotiation. Force speed/duplex is available to setup here.
Wan port: Data Rate: the setting is the same as Lan port Data rate.
Country/Region: Select the country you are installed. The channel number may be different
based on your country.
802.1Q VLAN: Enable or Disable 802.1Q VLAN. With 802.1Q enabled, the packet will attach
the 1Q VLAN tag inside. To assign the VLAN ID for each AP profile, you should enable 802.1Q
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VLAN first. Here is the global VLAN Enable setup.
4.2.2 Time Settings
Use this page to configure the Time Settings. You can configure current time, time zone and
configure NTP protocol to synchronize system time with a public time server over the internet.
Current Time: You can manually type the current time or get the time from you PC. Click “Get PC
time”, the current time will be updated according to your PC’s time.
Time Zone Select: Select the time zone of your country from the dropdown list.
NTP: You can select “Enable NTP client update” in this page, then the NTP feature will be
activated and synchronize from the remote time server.
NTP Server: Select the time server from the “NTP Server” dropdown list or manually input the IP
address of available time server into “Manual IP”.
Press “Apply” to activate the settings.
4.3 Access Points
In Access Points category, you can set pre-configured AP model setting and per-AP settings for
APs that are managed by IWC 5630. Pre-configured AP model settings are categorized by AP model.
For example, JetWave 3220 has dual radios. You can configure +radio settings for each radio and all
JetWave 3220 share the same AP model settings by default.
For specific AP configuration, per-AP setting is also supported for dynamic RF environment. For
example, AP model setting set to channel 6 and per-AP model setting set to channel 11. Once per-AP
settings applied, it will override model radio settings.
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To clear an AP from IWC 5630 system, you can “delete AP” and AP-related information will be
removed. In such circumstance, the AP will be viewed as a brand-new AP in AP discovery stage.
4.3.1 AP Settings
Use this page to configure the parameters for wireless LAN access points.
Model list: Supported JetWave AP models will be listed in the list. Select the model you want to
configure and the related settings will be display below. Radio selection will be on the right of
Model list.
4.3.1.1
AP model settings --WIFI
Use this page to configure radios of JetWave devices. Radio type includes WIFI, Cellular and
GPS. The following picture uses JetWave 3220 as example.
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Auto-Approval: Check the button to automatically approve join requests from the APs if you do
not want to manually approve each AP of them.
Disable Wireless LAN Interface: Check this option to disable WLAN interface, then the
wireless module of the AP will stop working and no wireless device can connect to it.
Enable VAP Vlan: Check this option to enable model-wise VAP VLAN (please also check 4.2.1
system basic settings for system-wise VAP settings)
Model name: The field shows the model name of the AP, not editable.
802.11 Mode: The AP/Gateway can communicate with wireless devices of 802.11n/a/g. You
can also select 802.11A only, 802.11G only, 801.11A/N and 802.11 G/N and make it work under
an appropriate wireless mode automatically.
Frequency/Channel: Channel varies much as the available band differs from country to
country. Select a proper operating channel in the drop-down list according to your situation.
The 802.11G and 802.11G/N are 2.4G band which supports 12~13 channels.
The 802.11A and 802.11A/N are 5.8G band, this product support Band 1 (36, 40, 44, 48) and
Band 4 (149, 153, 157, 161, 167)
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Extension Channel : The attribute will be only displayed when using 802.11 A/N mode.
Channel Mode: Two levels are available: 20MHz and 20/40MHz. The latter one can enhance
the data rate more effectively, but takes more bandwidth, thus cause potential interference. The
attribute will be only displayed when using 802.11 A/N mode.
WLAN Profile: Select the WLAN profile for this radio. Please refer to section 4.4 WLAN
category for the configuration of WLAN profile.
Check “Show Advanced Setting” to proceed advance settings. These settings are only for
more technically advanced users who have a sufficient knowledge about wireless LAN. Some
of these settings should not be changed unless you know what effect the changes will take. And
some of the modification on them may negatively impact the performance of your wireless
network.
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HT Protect: Enable HT (High Throughput) protect to ensure HT transmission with MAC
mechanism. Under 802.11n mode, wireless client can be divided into HT STA and Non-HT STA,
among which the one with HT protect enabled gets higher throughput.
Maximum Output Power: Specify the signal transmission power. The higher the output power
is, the wider the signal can cover, but the power consumption will be greater accordingly.
Usually “Full” with proper antenna is preferred.
Half: 1/2 of Full (Full -3dBm), Quarter: 1/4 of Full (Full -6dBm), Eighth: 1/8 of Full (Full –
9dBm).
Date Rate: Usually “Auto” is preferred. Under this rate, the AP/Gateway will automatically
select the highest available rate to transmit. In some cases, however, like where there is no
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great demand for speed, you can have a relatively-low transmit rate for compromise of a long
distance.
Extension Channel Protection: This is to avoid conflict with other wireless network and boost
the ability of your device to catch all 802.11g transmissions. However, it may decrease wireless
network performance. Compared to CTS-Self; the transmission amount of CTS-RTS is much
lower.
WMM Support: WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) is a subset of 802.11e. It allows wireless
communication to define a priority limit on the basis of data type, thus those time-sensitive data,
like video/audio data, may own a higher priority than common one.
A-MPDU/A-MSDU Aggregation: Under AP mode, the data rate of your AP could be enhanced
greatly with this option enabled; however, if your wireless clients don’t support
A-MPDU/A-MSDU aggregation, it is recommended not to enable it.
Short GI: Under 802.11n mode, enable it (Short Guard Interval) to obtain better data rate if
there is no negative compatibility issue.
RTS Threshold: The AP/Gateway sends RTS (Request to Send) frames to certain receiving
station and negotiates the sending of a data frame. After receiving an RTS, that STA responds
with a CTS (Clear to Send) frame to acknowledge the right to start transmission. The setting
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range is 0 to 2347 in byte.
Fragmentation Threshold: Specify the maximum size in byte for a packet before data is
fragmented into multiple packets. Setting it too low may result in poor network performance.
Leave it at its default of 2346 is recommended.
Beacon Interval: Specify the frequency interval to broadcast packets. Enter a value between
20 and 1024. The default value is 100ms.
DTIM Interval: DTIM, which stands for Delivery Traffic Indication Message, is contained in the
data packets. It is for enhancing the wireless transmission efficiency. The default is set to 1.
Enter a value between 1 and 255.
Preamble Type: It defines some details on the 802.11 physical layer. “Long” and “Short” are
available.
IGMP Snooping: IGMP snooping is the process of listening to IGMP network traffic. By
enabling IGMP snooping, the AP will listen to IGMP membership reports, queries and leave
messages to identify the ports that are members of multicast groups. Multicast traffic will only
be forwarded to ports identified as members of the specific multicast group or groups.
RIFS: RIFS (Reduced Interframe Spacing) is a means of reducing overhead and thereby
increasing network efficiency.
Link Integration: This is also known as Link Fault Pass-Through. This feature allows you to
bind the Ethernet port 1 (Eth1) and Wireless LAN interface together. Once one of them fails, the
other interface becomes down as well.
Disable: Disable the Link Integration.
WLAN links LAN: Single direction only while the WLAN failure, the binding Ethernet port will
become link down.
LAN links WLAN: Single direction only while the LAN Ethernet port failure, the binding
WLAN radio will be shut down.
WLAN and LAN link each other: This is Bi-directional integration no matter while LAN
Ethernet port failure or WLAN radio failure.
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Space in Meter: To decrease the chances of data retransmission at long distance, the
AP/Gateway can automatically adjust proper ACK timeout value by specifying distance of the
two nodes. This is very important especially for long distance transmission. Correct Space in
Meter helps to get better response time and performance.
Press “Apply” to activate the new setting.
4.3.1.2
AP model settings --Cellular
Use this page to configure cellular radio of JetWave devices. The following picture uses
JetWave 3420 as example.
Auto-Approval: Check the button to automatically approve join requests from the APs if you do
not want to manually approve each AP of them.
Disable 3G/Cellular Interface: You can disable the 3G/LTE interface manually.
APN: Every ISP has a specific APN (Access Point Name) assigned to its cellular network. The
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system can read this name from the SIM card. You can also find this setting by contacting your
ISP to know this. Once you failed to connect your 3G/LTE cellular network, this is the first way
you can check. Please check with your ISP to know the APN and correctly input the setting
through the page.
User Name: The user name for the 3G/LTE connection. Normally, this is provided by your ISP.
Password: The password for the 3G/LTE connection. Normally, this is provided by your ISP.
Authentication Type: You can select CHAP or PAP per your ISP request. Normally, this is
provided by your ISP.
Auto Reconnect: you can choose auto reconnect or not when network disconnected
Auto IP Report:
Most of the ISP assigns the dynamic IP address to the 3G/LTE clients and change the IP
address every period of time. While you need to remotely control the gateway, you may need
additional information generated from the remote 3G/LTE client device. The Auto IP Report in
JetWave 3320/3420 can meet your need while you need to know the IP address from the
product.
Enable Auto IP Report: Press Enable Auto IP Report, the system will automatically update the
system information to remote server/URL.
IP Report to URL: Type the correct URL here for your Gateway report to. You can build your
own server, rent URL address from ISP or Google Cloud service also supports this functionality.
Please check with your ISP or create through Google cloud.
Press “Apply” to activate the new setting.
4.3.1.3
AP model settings --GPS
Use this page to configure GPS radio of JetWave devices. The following picture uses
JetWave 3320 as example.
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Disable GPS: check to disable GPS and uncheck to enable GPS. Press apply button when setup
is done to apply configurations.
4.3.1.4
Per-AP settings
Currently managed AP will be listed in per-AP setting. Click Edit to enter Per-AP setting
configuration page. The description of the AP will be displayed when mouse pointer over
Edit/Delete button. This is helpful to make sure you are configuring the AP you want. You can
click the MAC address to retrieve the running configurations of the AP, such as channel, IP
address and firmware version.
RF environment can be dynamic, using per-AP settings for certain AP to have different
configurations other than AP model settings.
Please refer to 4.3.1.1, 4.3.1.2 and 4.3.1.3 for the settings of WIFI, GPS and cellular settings for
specific AP settings.
4.3.2 AP Firmware Upgrade
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This page allows you to manage the firmware of connected JetWave devices. Please do not
power off JetWave devices during firmware uploading process, or system might be crashed.
This feature is supported by JetWave AP version 1.3.4 (included) or later.
Select the APs that need to be upgraded and press next. You will see
Choosing the binary firmware file, and press upgrade button. The upgrading process will be
start after firmware loaded to AP.
4.4 WLANs
In WLAN category, you can configure WLAN profiles for AP radios. Up to 8 WLAN profiles are
supported. There will be a default WLAN profile that functions as the default settings of WIFI radio.
Default WLAN profile can’t be deleted but editable. Click Add button to create a new WLAN
profile and click Edit/Del to edit/delete an existing WLAN profile.
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4.4.1 WLAN profile
In WLAN profile settings configuration page, you can configure the profile name and description.
You can have an outlook of all VAP settings in the page. Up to 8 VAP profiles can be configured.
Click Enable checkbox to enable a configured VAP in the WLAN profile. Click Edit to edit the
settings of the VAP.
VAP configuration page
Click Edit in WLAN profile settings page to enter VAP configuration page. There will be 2
categories: basic settings and security settings.
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In basic settings:
VAP description: Enter the description of the VAP.
Wireless Network Name (SSID): This wireless network name is shared among all associated
devices in your wireless network. Keep it identical on all those devices. Note that the SSID is
case-sensitive and cannot exceed 32 characters.
Broadcast SSID: Under AP mode, hiding network name is necessary when you are in a wireless
environment that may have potential risk. By disabling broadcast SSID, the clients cannot scan
and find the AP/Gateway, so that malicious attack by some illegal clients could be avoided.
Wireless Separation: Wireless separation is an ideal way to enhance the security of network
transmission. Under the AP mode, enable “Wireless Separation” can prevent the communication
among associated wireless clients.
WMM Support: WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) is a subset of 802.11e. It allows wireless
communication to define a priority limit on the basis of data type, thus those time-sensitive data,
like video/audio data, may own a higher priority than common one.
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Max. Station Num: In Wireless AP mode, you can define the maximum amount of wireless clients
allowed to be connected. The maximum client of the system is 64. The most user access at the
same time may cause system busy and the performance becomes lower. It is suggested to assign
the value depends on how much bandwidth your client generally need, and totally bandwidth
suggest is under 250Mbps for TCP based data transmission.
In security settings:
Network Authentication
Open System: It allows any device to join the network without performing any security check.
Shared Key: Data encryption and key are required for wireless authentication.
WPA with RADIUS: With warrant (username, password and etc.) offered by user, this kind of
authentication can be realized with specific RADIUS server. This is the common way to be
adopted in large enterprise network.
WPA2 with RADIUS: As a new version of WPA, only all the clients support WPA2, can it be
available. If it is selected, AES encryption and RADIUS server is required.
WPA-PSK: It is a simplified WPA mode with no need for specific authentication server. In this
so-called WPA Pre-Shared Key, all you have to do is just pre-enter a key in each WLAN node and
this is the common way to be adopted in large and middle enterprise as well as residential
network.
WPA2-PSK: As a new version of WPA, only all the clients support WPA2, can it be available. If it is
selected, the data encryption can only be AES and the passphrase is required.
Data Encryption
If data encryption is enabled, the key is required and only sharing the same key with other
wireless devices can the communication be established.
None: Available only when the authentication type is open system.
64 bits WEP: It is made up of 10 hexadecimal numbers.
128 bits WEP: It is made up of 26 hexadecimal numbers.
152 bits WEP: It is made up of 32 hexadecimal numbers.
TKIP: Temporal Key Integrity Protocol, which is a kind of dynamic encryption, is co-used with
WPA-PSK.
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AES: Advanced Encryption Standard, it is usually co-used with WPA2-PSK.
Eap Type: for WPA/WPA2 with Radius. The system supports TTLS, LEAP, TLS, PEAP and
MSCHAPv2, GTC Eap types. Select the Eap type and type the User Name, Password for the
WAP/WPA2 with Radius.
Press “Apply” to activate the setting.
Note:
We strongly recommend you enable wireless security on your network!
Only setting the same Authentication, Data Encryption and Key in the JetWave
and other associated wireless devices, can the communication be established!
4.5 Network Settings
In Network Settings you can configure the network connectivity includes: IP settings, bridge
table, ARP table, DHCP client list and NAT settings.
4.5.1 IP Settings
Use this page to configure WAN/LAN ports network settings.
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WAN Settings:
WAN Access Type: Static IP
IP Address: Once Static IP is selected, the IP Address field allows you to set the device’s WAN
IP address manually.
Subnet Mask: This is the subnet mask address for your WAN interface. Set the IP subnet mask
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manually.
Default Gateway: Set the default gateway IP address manually.
DNS 1 & 2: The Domain Name System (DNS) is how the Internet translates domain or website
names into Internet addresses or URLs. Your ISP will provide you with at least one DNS Server IP
Address. If you wish to use another, enter that IP Address in DNS 2 field.
WAN Access Type: DHCP Client.
Once DHCP Client is selected, the WAN interface acts as the DHCP Client and automatically
search the DHCP
LAN Settings:
IP Address: The IP Address field allows you to set the device’s WAN IP address manually.
Subnet Mask: This is the subnet mask address for your WAN interface. Set the IP subnet mask
manually.
Default Gateway: Set the default gateway IP address manually.
DHCP Server Setting:
In Router mode, you can enable DHCP Server to assign IP address to DHCP clients. And you
should define the address pool by configuring the Start IP and End IP. DHCP server will allocate
IP address dynamically from the pool. The device allows you to assign up to one Class C, 255
IP Addresses. Since the maximum connection session is 64, configuring 64 IP addresses is
enough for the need.
You can also configure the Subnet Mask, DHCP Gateway, WIS, Primary/Secondary DNS
Servers’ IP Address and Least Time of the assigned IP addresses.
Enable DHCP Relay:
If you already have DHCP server in other subnet, you can “Disable” DHCP Server and then
check “Enable DHCP Relay” to redirect the DHCP request to the DHCP Server. Assign the
Server IP address in “DHCP Server IP” field to activate the function.
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4.5.2 Bridge Table
This table shows bridge table.
MAC Address: The MAC address of the connected device.
Interface: This field shows the interface which learnt the MAC Address.
Aging Timer(s): The aging time of this entry. If the MAC didn’t transmit any packet, the aging
time will start counting, and delete the entry after aging timeout.
Refresh: Refresh the table.
4.5.3 ARP Table
This table shows the ARP table.
IP Address: The IP Address leant from the interface.
MAC Address: The MAC Address leant from the interface.
Interface: The interface which learnt the ARP packet (IP and MAC Address).
Refresh: Refresh the table.
4.5.4 DHCP Client List
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This table shows the assigned IP address, MAC address and expire timer of the connected DHCP
client device.
IP Address: The assigned IP address of the connected DHCP client device.
MAC Address: The MAC Address of the connected DHCP client device.
Time Expired(s): The DHCP expire timer connected DHCP client device. Time unit is second.
The number can be changed in DHCP Server Lease Time setting.
Refresh: Refresh the table.
4.5.5 NAT settings
NAT is the short of Network Address Translation, it is a methodology of modifying network
address information in IP packet headers while they are in transit across a Gateway/Router for
the purpose of remapping one IP address space into another. The simple type of NAT provides
one to one translation of IP address. It can be used to interconnect two IP networks, normally one
network is for Local Area Network and the other network is for Wide Area Network/Internet.
Use the “NAT Settings” pages to configure the NAT setting. There are two main configuration
pages, “Port Forwarding” and “DMZ”.
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Port Forwarding
Entries in this table allow you to automatically redirect common network services to a specific
machine behind the NAT firewall. These settings are only necessary if you wish to host some sort
of server like a web server or mail server on the private local network behind your Gateway’s NAT
firewall.
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Select “Enable Port Forwarding” and then type the parameters to create the port forwarding
entries.
Public Port Range: Configure the port range which will be public to WAN/Internet. You can
configure one or a range of TCP/UDP port number.
IP Address: Configure the IP Address of the LAN PC. The traffic from the public port range will be
redirected to this IP address.
Protocol: Configure TCP, UDP or Both (TCP + UDP) protocol type.
Port Range: Configure the port range of the LAN, the traffic from the public port will be redirected
to these port.
Comment: Add information of the entry.
Press “Apply” to activate the settings. After applied, there is one popup screen shows you already
configured new entry. And then you can see the entries you configure in below.
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DMZ
A Demilitarized Zone is used to provide Internet services without sacrificing unauthorized access
to its local private network. Typically, the DMZ host contains device accessible to Internet traffic,
such as Web (HTTP) servers, FTP servers, SMTP (e-mail) servers and DNS servers.
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Select “Enable DMZ” and assign the IP address of the “DMZ Host IP Address”. This is the DMZ
computer’s IP address. If you configure the DMZ function for your office network, please make
sure this is agreed by the IT administrator.
Press “Apply” to activate the settings.
4.6 Security
4.6.1 Firewall settings
The follow Firewall Settings pages to configure the Firewall setting. There are different types
firewall settings, you can enable the setting, configure the rules, check the table you configured
and Delete Select/All rules.
“Src IP Filtering”: Source IP addresses Filtering from your LAN to Internet through the gateway.
“Dest IP Filtering”: Destination IP addresses Filtering from the LAN to Internet through the
gateway.
“Src Port Filtering”: Source Ports Filtering from the LAN to Internet through the gateway.
“Dest Port Filtering”: Destination Ports Filtering from the LAN to Internet through the gateway.
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Source IP Filtering
Entries in this table are used to restrict certain types of data packets from your local network
to internet through the Gateway. Use of such filters can be helpful in securing or restricting
your local network.
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Select “Enable Source IP Filtering”, type the “Local IP Address” and “Comment” (note for
the entry) and then press “Apply” to activate the settings.
After applied, the Web GUI will show “Change settings successfully”. Click “OK” and then
you can see the new entry shown in the below table.
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Destination IP Filtering
Entries in this table are used to restrict the computers in LAN from accessing certain websites
in WAN according to IP address.
Select “Enable Destination IP Filtering”, type the “Destination IP Address” and “Comment”
(note for the entry) and then press “Apply” to activate the settings.
After applied, the Web GUI will show “Change settings successfully”. Click “OK” and then
you can see the new entry shown in the below table.
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Source Port Filtering
Entries in this table are used to restrict certain ports of data packets from your local network to
Internet through the Gateway. Use of such filters can be helpful in securing or restricting your
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local network.
Select “Enable Source Port Filtering”, type the “Port Range” of below “Protocol” type, the
protocol type can be UDP, TCP or Both. Type the “Comment” (note for the entry) and then
press “Apply” to activate the settings.
After applied, the Web GUI will show “Change settings successfully”. Click “OK” and then
you can see the new entry shown in the below table.
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Destination Port Filtering
Entries in this table are used to restrict certain ports of data packets from your local network to
Internet through the Gateway. Use of such filters can be helpful in securing or restricting your
local network.
Select “Enable Destination Port Filtering”, type the “Port Range” of below “Protocol” type,
the protocol type can be UDP, TCP or Both. Type the “Comment” (note for the entry) and
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then press “Apply” to activate the settings.
After applied, the Web GUI will show “Change settings successfully”. Click “OK” and then
you can see the new entry shown in the below table.
4.6.2 MAC ACL
This page allows you configure the Wireless Access Control list. You can configure Allow list or
Deny list for your wireless network on the AP/Gateway.
Access Control Mode: Allow Listed or Deny Listed.
MAC Address: Type the MAC address of the client which you want to Allow or Deny.
Comment: fill in the comment of the rule.
Press “Apply” to activate the new settings.
The lower screen shows the Wireless Access Control list you configured. Press “Delete Selected”
or ‘Delete All” to delete part of or all of the entries.
Press “Refresh” to refresh the table.
4.7 AAA
4.7.1 Radius settings
Use this page to configure the RADIUS Server relay Settings.
RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) is a server for remote user
authentication and accounting; it plays a central role in the network in providing the capabilities of
authenticating, authorizing, accounting, alarming and etc. It allows an organization to maintain
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user profiles in a central database that all remote servers can share.
Authentication RADIUS Server
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the Radius Server;
Port: Enter the TCP port number of the Radius Server; the default port number is 1812.
Shared Secret: This secret, which is composed of no more than 31 characters, is shared by the
device and RADIUS server during authentication.
Global-Key Update: Check this option and specify the time interval between two global-key
updates.
Key renewal: Set the time interval between two authentications.
4.7.2 Radius server
User database of built-in RADIUS can be managed in this configuration page.
User name: The field will be used as username in RADIUS authentication.
Password: The field will be used as password in RADIUS authentication.
Repeat Password: The field is used to check whether the password matches.
All users will be listed in the bottom page. You can manage all RADIUS users in the page.
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4.8 Management
The “Management” feature set pages allow users to configure the remote settings, event
warming type, SNMP, SMTP, password and firmware update, configuration file, certification file
upload.
4.8.1 Remote Setting
Use this page to configure the remote management privacy, select the event warming type and
SNMP settings.
Remote Management Privacy: You can select which kinds of remote service should be opened
in your environment. The services include Telnet, SNMP, SMP Trap, SSH, Force HTTPS and
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E-mail Alert. Select the service and press “Apply” to activate the settings.
Event Warning Type: The event warming type selection.
Wlan association: The client associated to the AP event.
Authentication Fail: The client failure of authentication event.
Config Changed: The configuration of the AP/Gateway is changed event.
SNMP Settings:
Protocol Version: Select the SNMP version, the product supports SNMP V1, V2c and V3. While
selecting the SNMPv3, continue to configure the SNMPv3 User Name and Encryption in lower
screen.
Server Port: Change the server port for a service if needed; however you have to use the same
port to use that service for remote management.
Get Community: Specify the community name (password) for the incoming SNMP_Get and
SNMP_GetNext requests from the management station. By default, it is set to public and allows
all requests.
Set Community: Specify the community name (password) for the incoming SNMP_Set requests
from the management station. By default, it is set to private.
Trap Destination: Specify the IP address of the station to send the SNMP traps to.
Trap Community: Specify the community name (password) sent with each trap to the manager.
By default, it is set to public and allows all requests.
Note: For security concern, it is recommended change the Community Name before you
connect the WLAN controller to the network. The experience engineer who familiar with
SNMP protocol can easily discovery and change the configuration of the WLAN controller through
SNMP once you use the default communication name.
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4.8.2 SMTP Configuration
The AP/Gateway supports E-mail Warning feature. The AP/Gateway will send the occurred
events to remote E-mail server. The receiver can then receive notification by E-mail. The E-mail
warning is conformed to SMTP standard. This page allows you to enable E-mail Alert, assign the
SMTP Server IP, Sender E-mail, and Receiver E-mail. If SMTP server requests you to authorize
first, you can also set up the username and password in this page.
SMTP Server IP: The IP address of the SMTP Server.
Email Account: The sender’s Email Account.
Authentication Protocol: If SMTP server requests you to authorize first, select the
Authentication Protocol and following User Name and Password.
User Name: The User Name of the Sender Email account.
Password: The Password of the Sender Email account.
Confirm Password: Confirm the Password of the Sender Email account.
Rcpt Email Address 1: The first Receiver’s email address.
Rcpt Email Address 2: The second Receiver’s email address.
Press “Apply” to activate the setting.
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4.8.3 Password Settings
Use this page to set the password of the AP/Gateway.
Type the New Password and Confirm Password again. Press “Apply” to activate the new
password.
4.8.4 Firmware Upgrade
In this section, you can update the latest firmware for your AP/Gateway. Korenix provides the
latest firmware in Korenix Web site. The new firmware may include new features, bug fixes or
other software changes. We’ll also provide the release notes for the update as well.
From technical viewpoint, we suggest you use the latest firmware before installing the
AP/Gateway to the customer site.
Note that the system will be automatically rebooted after you finished upgrading new firmware.
Please remind the attached users before you do this.
Type the path of the firmware in Select File: field. Or click “Browse…” to browse the firmware file.
Press “Upgrade” to upload the firmware file to the WLAN controller. After finishing transmitting the
firmware, the system will copy the firmware file and replace the firmware in the flash. During the
progress, please DO NOT power off your system.
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4.8.5 Configuration File
The AP/Gateway provides Configuration File Backup (Save Setting to File), Restore (Load
Setting from File) and Reset Setting to Default features.
With Backup command, you can save current configuration file saved in the WLAN controller’s
flash to admin PC. This will allow you to go to Restore command later to restore the configuration
file back to the WLAN controller. Before you restore the configuration file, you must place the
backup configuration file to specific folder in the PC. Users can also browse the target folder and
select existed configuration file. The WLAN controller can then download this file back to the flash.
This Browse… mode is only provided by Web UI. For CLI, please type specific path of the
configuration file.
Backup (Save Setting to File): Press “Save…” to backup the configuration file to specific
path/folder in your computer.
Restore (Load Setting from File): Type the path of the configuration file or click “Browse…” to
browse the firmware file. The Browse feature is only supported in Web GUI. Press “Upload” after
the file is selected.
Reset Settings to Default: Press “Reset” can reset all the configurations, but not included
default IP address to default settings. If you want to reset the IP address to default value, select
“Include IP Settings”.
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4.8.6 Certificate File
Use this page to import/delete user certificate file.
You can import user certificate file, select “Browse…” to select the certificate file and press
rd
“Import”. You can generate the file by 3 tool, web site or get from the IT administrator.
Following is the security setting under “WPA with Radius” Authentication mode, the EAP type is
TLS. You can see the “User Certificate file” is assigned. The AP must use the same certificate file
as your Radius Server under this setting.
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4.9 Tools
The “Tools” feature set pages provides some additional useful tools. The System Log help you
see the occurred event logs, wireless AP site survey, Ping Watchdog, Data Rate Test, Antenna
Alignment and Ping tool.
4.9.1 System Log
Use this page to set remote log server and show the system log.
Select “Enable Remote Syslog Server”, type the IP Address and Port number of your syslog
server. The default port number is 514.
Press “Apply” to activate the setting.
In the lower screen, it displays the occurred system logs. Each entry has the index, occurred time,
source MAC address and the message. You can monitor the system by this screen, however, the
logs will be removed after system reboot.
Press “Clear” allows you to remove all of entries.
Press “Refresh” allows you to refresh the table.
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4.9.2 Ping
This is a simple Ping tool for you to check the status of remote station.
Type the target IP address in the “Destination:___________” field then press “Ping”.
The system will ping the remote station 4 times and list the ping result in the web GUI.
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4.10 Main Entry
The main entry provides the system tools, for example Save the configuration, Logout and Reboot the
system.
4.10.1 Save
Use this page to save configuration to flash. Every time while you finished the configuring the
device, please remember to save the configuration to flash. Otherwise, the configuration will be
lost after reboot the system.
Press “Save to Flash” to save the configuration to flash.
4.10.2 Logout
After finished configuring and leave, please remember to Logout the system. Without Logout the
system, the login session will not timeout for couple minutes, it is a risk that other user may login
your system without password checking before timeout. Another affect is that the user can NOT
access at the same time if someone already login the system.
Use this page to logout. Press “Yes” to logout.
4.10.3 Reboot
Use this page to reboot the system. Press “Yes” to reboot system.
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The below warming message will appear after you reboot the system.
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Chapter 6
Troubleshooting
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Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
This chapter provides troubleshooting procedures for basic problems with the JetWave IWC 5630. For
warranty assistance, contact your service provider or distributor for the process.
5.1 General Question
5.1.1 How to know the MAC address of the WLAN controller?
MAC Address distinguishes itself by the unique identity among network devices. There are two
ways available to know it.
Each device has a label posted on the side of the controller. There are MAC addresses for
Ethernet. On the Web-based management interface, you can view the MAC Address from
“Monitor” -> “Information”.
5.1.2 What if I would like to reset the unit to default settings?
You may restore factory default settings by click the “Reset” button above 7 seconds. By press
Reset button, you will reset the IP address to default IP 192.168.10.1.
Or you can reset the unit to default setting in Web GUI. You can reserve the IP address setting.
5.1.3 What if I cannot access the Web-based management interface?
Please check the followings:
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Check whether the IP address of PC is correct (in the same network segment as the unit)
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Login the unit via other browsers such as Firefox, Google Chrome.
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If everything is correct, but, you still can’t access the web GUI, we suggest you connect the
console cable to do further checking. Please refer to the pin assignment in hardware
installation chapter.
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Check whether the power supply is OK; Try to power on the unit again. If the web GUI can’t
be accessed issue occurred again, please contact our technical service engineer. We may
ask you connect console cable and provide us more information.
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Revision History
Version
Description
Date
Editor
Sep, 2015
Latrell Wang
July, 2016
Latrell Wang
st
V1.0
1 release for JetWave IWC 5630
Add new functions
V1.1
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