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The guide is available on the. Start a browser and enter the following IP address in the address field:. The AP login sc reen displays. Log in using admin as the default User ID and motorola as the default password. If the. Change the password. Vi rtual Machine if installed. Enter the current password and a new admin password in fields provided, and clic k Apply. Once the admin pass word has been update d, a warning message displa ys stating the. AP could be ope rating illegally unless set to operate in the correct country.
Proceed to. From there, a new password can be defined. T o reset the AP Attach the. Set the HyperT e rminal program to use bau d, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity , no flow. A seria l connection has now been. Reset the AP Setup screen to define a minimum required configuration from one. Reset the AP by typing the following at the boot prompt: reset system. When the AP re-boots again , the password will return to its default value of.
Configure a set of minimum required device se ttings within the AP Quick Setup screen. When you change t he settings in th e Quick Setup screen, the values. Additionally , if the values are. T o define a basic AP co nfiguration:. SNMP , T elnet:. Enter a System Name for the AP The System Name is useful if multiple devic es are.
The AP prompts the user for the correct cou ntry code on the first login. A warning. Selecting the correct country is central to legally op erating the AP T o ensure compliance with national. Settings screen.
Optionally enter the IP address of the server used to provide system time to the AP AP and a larger network or outside world through the W AN port. Disable this. No connections to a larg er. MUs cannot communicate beyond the.
W AN c onnection. This is useful, if the target corporate network or Internet Servic e. Some of these paramete rs are IP address, network mask, and gateway. An IP add ress uses a series. This number is available.
AP connects to a larger network. A subnet mask uses a series of four numbers. For example, The ISP or a. The ISP or a network administrato r. Ethernet PPPoE for a high-s peed connection that supports this protocol. Most DSL. PPPoE is a data-link pro tocol for. Some ISPs terminate. In either case, enabling Kee p-Alive maintains.
If the ISP drops the connection after. Specify a Usernam e entered when connecting to the ISP. When the Internet session. Specify a Password ente red when connecting to the ISP. LAN connection. The LAN connection is enabled by default. Use the This Interface drop-down menu to specify how n etwork address in formation is. The Subnet Mask defines the size of the subnet. The first two sets of numbers specify. These values help divide a network into subnetworks and simplify routing and data.
Ethernet as its default gateway. If a manually sta tic. T o avoid this, ensure all statica lly mapped IP addresses are. Enable the radio s using the Radio Enable checkbox es. If using a single radio model,. AP Product Refere nce Guide. Only one RF band option at a time is permissible in a single-radio model. If using a dual-radio AP, the use r can enable both RF bands.
Ensure the radio selected has been enabled see step 8. Refer to Network. Performance and Beaco n Settings, those fields can also be defined at this time. Define the Channel Settings, Power Level and Configuration screen. The limitation of 16 WLANs exists regardless of th e. Refer to the AP Product Reference.
Guide fo r an understanding of the configurable values involved and. T o access the guide , go to. A security policy should be configured for. WLAN1 as part of the basic configuratio n outlined in this guide. A security. Policies can be defin ed over time and saved to be used as needed. Mo torola recommends. Navigating away from.
Click Undo Changes if necessary to undo any changes made. Undo Changes reverts the. For testing basic connectivity , there is no reason to configure a server supported authentication. WEP is described in this guide as a basic security scheme sufficient to protect the.
For details on config uring more sophisticated authentication and. T he guide. T o configure WEP Naming and saving such a policy as is. Consequently , at a minimum, a basic. Ensure the Name of the security policy entered su its the intended configuration or function. Multiple WLANs can share the same security policy , so be careful not to name security.
Moto rola. NOTE For information on configuring the ot her more sophisticated en cryption. AP Product Reference Guide. The guide is available on the Motorola. Select the WEP bit key checkbox. The WEP Setting field displays within the. Pass K ey Specify a 4 to 32 character pass key and click the Generate button. Non-Motorola clients and devices need to enter WEP keys.
The AP and its target. Keys Use the Key fields to specify key numbers. The key can be. For WEP 64 bit key , the. For WEP bit key , the keys are 26 hexadecimal characters. Select one of these keys for. By default, all mobile units can gain access. For specific information. The guide is. Use the Echo T est sc reen to specify a target MU and configure.
Only use a. T o ping a specific MU to asse ss its connection with an AP Define the following ping test para meters:. Click the Ping button to begin transmitting ping packets to the MU address sp ecified. Since WEP has been configured for the.
Ensure the MU is associated with the AP before. Refer to the. Number of ping Specify the number of ping packets to transmit to the target MU. Packet Length Specify the length of each data pa cket transmitted to the target. MU during the ping test. The default is bytes. Refer to the Number of Responses value to assess the number of respo nses from the. Use the ratio of packets. Once basic connectivity has be en verified, the AP can be fully configu red to meet the needs of.
The sect ions referenced below are located within th e. The guide is available on the Motorola W eb site, at. Regulatory Compliance All Motoro la devices are designed t o be compliant with ru les and regulations in locations they ar e sold and will be la beled.
Any changes or modificat ions to Motorola equipmen t, not expr essly approved by Motorola , could void the user's. Motorola's d evices are profes sionally installed, th e Radio Frequency Output Power will no t exceed the maximum al lowable. Antennas: Us e only the supplie d or an approve d replacement an tenna. Unauthor ized antennas, modi fications, or. This guide is available in local languages, transla tions can be downl oaded from the follo wing website:. Regulatory markings a re applied to the device sig nifying the ra dio s are approv ed for use in the foll owing countries: Uni ted.
States, Canada, Aust ralia, Japan and Europe. Please re fer to the Declaration of Conformity DoC fo r details of other countr y markings. This is available at. Note 1 : For 2. Operation of the de vice without regulatory ap proval is illegal. Warnings for the use of Wire less Devices. Please observ e all warning notices with re gard to the usage of wireless devices.
Y ou are reminded of th e need to observe restrictions on the use of radi o devices in fuel dep ots, chemical plant s etc. Wireless device s transmit radio f requency energy and may affect medical electrical equipm ent. When installed adjacent to. The device co mplies with Internat ionally recognized standards covering human exposure to el ectromagnetic field s from.
Only operate t he device in acco rdan ce with the ins tructions supplied. T o comply with FCC RF ex posure requirement s, antennas that are mounted exte rnally at remote locations or ope rating near. Use only a Motorola ap proved power supply output r ated at 48Vdc and minimum 0.
The p ower supply shall be Listed. Use only a Motoro la approved power supply. Use of alternativ e power supply will invalida te any approval given to this. Select only the country in which y ou are using the device. Any other se lection will make the operatio n of this device illegal.
The availabl e channels for 80 2. The range of chan nels is limited by fi rmware. This equipment ha s been tested and found to co mp ly with the limits for a Class B digital device,. These limit s are designed to provide reasonab le protection. This equipment ge nerates, uses an d can. However there is n o guarantee that interfer ence will not occur in a.
If this equipm ent does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be. Radio T ransmitters Part Operatio n is subject to th e following two condi tions: 1 this device may. Radio Frequency Interference Requirements — Canada. Devices using the 5.
Radio T ransmitters. Operat ion is subject to the following two conditions: 1. T o reduce potential radio interfer ence to other users, th e antenn a type and its gain should be so chosen tha t the equivalent. This device has been designed to operate with the antennas li sted in section 3. Antenn as not included in th is list or having a gain greater than. T he required antenna impedance is. The use of 2. Motorola hereby , declares that this device is in comp liance with t he essential req uirements and ot her relevant pr ovisions.
A D eclaration of Conformity may be obta ined from. Without permi ssion granted by the DGT , any c ompany , e nterprise, or user is not allowed to ch ange frequency , enhanc e. The low power radio-fr equency devices shall not influence airc ra ft security and interfere legal communication s; If found,.
The said legal communications means ra dio. The low power radio -frequency devic es must. FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void.
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