Epson IWE3200-H manual

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    IWE3200-H HotSpot Gateway User’s Guide Version: 1.0 Last Updated: 08/11/2006[...]

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    i Federal Communication Commission Interference Stateme nt This equipment has been tested and fou[...]

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    ii R&TTE Compliance Statement This equipment complies with all the requireme nts of DIRECTIVE[...]

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    iii Table of Contents 1. Introduction ...........................................................[...]

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    iv 2.13.2. RADIUS .................................................................................[...]

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    1 1. Introduction 1.1. Overview The IWE3200-H Wireless HotSpot Gateway enables Telco operator[...]

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    2 1.2. Features z User Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting  Web redirection. When[...]

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    3  Enabling/disabling SSID broadcasts. The user can enable or disable the SSID broadcasts fu[...]

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    4  NAT server. Client computers can share a public IP address provided by an ISP (Internet [...]

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    5  Wireless-to-Ethernet-LAN traffic blocking. Traffic between the wireless interface and the[...]

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    6 In addition, it can also be configured to accept management commands only from specific hosts. [...]

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    7 1.3. LED Definition z PWR : Power z ALV : Alive. Blinks when the IWE3200-H is workin[...]

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    8 2. First-Time Installation and Configuration 2.1. Selecting a Power Supply Method The IWE3200[...]

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    9 Fig. 4. Connecting Ethernet cables to IWE500-INJ. 5. Check the “ACTIVE” LED: if power is s[...]

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    10 2.3. Preparing for Configuration To configure a IWE3200-H , a managing computer with a Web bro[...]

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    11 2.3.2. Changing the TCP/IP Settings of the Managing Computer Use the Windows Network Control [...]

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    12 On the Home page, click the SETUP WIZARD to quickly change the configuration of the gateway. [...]

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    13 2.4.3. SETUP WIZARD Step 2: Configuring TCP/IP Settings 2.4.3.1. Router with a PPPoE-Based DSL/[...]

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    14 The default LAN IP address is 192.168.0.1 and the default subnet mask is 255.2 55.255.0 . In mo[...]

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    15 Fig. 13. TCP/ IP settings for Router with Multiple DSL/Cable Connections mode. Since the In[...]

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    16 puter and the SSID of the wireless access Router must be identical for them to communicate with [...]

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    17 1.3.2. PAP 1.3.3. CHAP 2. Enable without Authentication – Enable only the Web-Redirec[...]

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    18 Internet , which is used with the input unit by t he control ke ypad. For example, if the per [...]

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    19  Inactive : to show the user account that access time frame expired, or ‘Valid Period’ e[...]

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    20 defined Fig 24 of Sec.2.4.7.2. 2.4.6.4. IEEE 802.1x Fig. 23. Changing security mode to an [...]

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    21 Web Redirection Disabled ■ ■ ■ Table 1. Allowable authentication modes. 2.5. Depl[...]

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    22 formation). The IWE3200-H supports the built-in user database for local authentication, this fu[...]

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    23 Both the wireless client computer and the deployed APs must have the same WEP settings for them[...]

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    24 Fig. 28. User name and password for authentication. 5. If the user name and password ar e co[...]

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    25 If you complete the above procedure without error, the Router together with the RADIUS server h[...]

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    26 z TCP/IP. TCP/IP-related settings.  Address. IP addressing settings for the Router to wo[...]

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    27  Access Rules. Settings for the time frame policy to Permit/Deny administrator to access t[...]

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    28 At the bottom of each status page that show s read-only information, there are two buttons— H[...]

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    29 Any authenticated user can be termin ated by clicking the corresponding Terminate link so that [...]

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    30 Fig. 41. Latest incoming user traf fic sessions. On this page, latest 50 outgoing and 50 inc[...]

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    31 Fig. 43. Operational modes. On this page, you can specify the operational mode for the Router. [...]

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    32 2.10.2. Changing Password Fig. 45. Password. On this page, you could change the user name a n[...]

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    33 Fig. 48. Configuration backup by HTTP . To back up configuration of the access Router by HTTP:[...]

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    34 Fig. 51. Firmware upgrade by TFT P . To upgrade firmware of the access Router by TFTP: 1. Get[...]

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    35 net. In this case, you must have configured the Router to be remotely manageable (see Section 2[...]

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    36 example, if the Router’s MAC address is 00-01-02-33-44-55, the config uration backup file sho[...]

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    37 2.11.1.1. Router with a PPPoE-Based DSL/Cable Con- nection Fig. 56. TCP/ IP settings for Rout[...]

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    38 Fig. 57. TCP/ IP settings for Router with a DHCP-Based DSL/Cable Connection mode. If the IW[...]

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    39 2.11.1.4. Router with Multiple DSL/Cable Connections Fig. 59. TCP/ IP settings for Router wi[...]

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    40 2.11.2.2. Static DNS Mappings Fig. 61. Stati c DNS mappings. By Static DNS Mappings , an int[...]

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    41 2.11.3.2. Virtual Server Mappings Fig. 63. V irtual server mappings. The gateway enables you [...]

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    42 2.11.4.2. Basic Fig. 64. Basic DHCP server settings. The Router can automatically assign IP[...]

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    43 To always assign a static IP address to a specific DHCP client: 1. Specify the MAC address of [...]

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    44 2.11.6. Zero Client Reconfiguration Fig. 68. Zero Client Reconfiguration Settings. The IWE[...]

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    45 Since the IEEE 802.11g-based IWE3200-H is also IEEE 802.11b compatible, you can configure the [...]

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    46 Fig. 71. W ireless Distribution Sy stem settings. To enable a WDS link: 1. Specify the MAC ad[...]

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    47 2.12.2. Security IEEE 802.11b/g security settings include SSID broadcasts , Security mode , [...]

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    48 Fig. 76. Behavior of the “All APs on This Subnet” wireless client isolation option. As[...]

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    49 In the above security modes, a back-end RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) ser[...]

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    50 3. Specify the MAC address of a wireless c lient to allow access, and then click Add . 4. R[...]

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    51 2.13. Configuring AAA (Authentication, Authorization, Ac- counting) Settings 2.13.1. Web Redir[...]

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    52 2.13.1.1. Basic Fig. 81. W eb redirection enabled with authentication. There are three modes [...]

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    53 Fig. 83. Default log-of f page. NOTE: On a PDA such as Pocket PC, the log-off would not be [...]

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    54 There are occasions on which you want some co mputer s to be able to freely access the Internet[...]

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    55 2.13.2. RADIUS IEEE 802.1x Port-Based Network Access Control is a standard for solvin g some s[...]

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    56 2.13.2.1. Basic Fig. 89. RADIUS basic settings. For the IWE3200-H , the RADIUS client com [...]

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    57 2.13.3. Authentication Session Control Fig. 91. Authentication session control settings. Aut[...]

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    58 Fig. 93. Authentication success page customization settings. Fig. 94. Authentication fa[...]

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    59 Fig. 96. Advertisement links settings. Fig. 97. Advertisement links in action. [...]

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    60 2.15. Configuring Advanced Settings 2.15.1. Filters and Firewall 2.15.1.1. Packet Filters Fi[...]

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    61 NOTE: Set the rules with great care since incorrect rules would make the Router inaccessible.[...]

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    62 The IWE3200-H is capable of blocking HTTP traffic from the intranet to specified unwelcome Web[...]

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    63 UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) enables a Windows XP user to automatically discover peripheral d[...]

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    64 2.15.2.4. SNMP Fig. 106. SNMP settings. The IWE3200-H can be managed by SNMP (Simple Netw[...]

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    65 A management server from the Internet sees a managed LAN device as a combination of the access [...]

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    66 Appendix A A-1: Default Settings TIP: Press the Default switch on the housing of a powered-on[...]

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    67 DNS Proxy Static DNS Mappings Not set Filters/Firewall Packet Filters Not set [...]

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    68 Appendix B: Troubleshooting Check the following first: z Make sure that the power of the Rout[...]

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    69 Solve the following problems in order: z The wireless client cannot pass Web redirection-base[...]

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    70  Find out the answer on the start page of the Web-Based Network Manager.  Is the NAT [...]

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    71 B-3: Other Problems z I forget the IP address of the LAN interface of the IWE3200-H. What can [...]

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    72 Appendix C: Technical Specifications C-1: IWE3200-H Standards: 802.11b 802.11g 802.3 802.3[...]

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    73 Interface: 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 Connector RS-232c Serial Connector 802.11b/g WLAN Securi[...]

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    74 C-2: IWE500-INJ Power Injector Input Power Requirements AC Input Voltage : 90 – 264Vac [...]

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    75 C-3: IWE810-POS mini-POS Ticket Printer Printing Method Direct Thermal Printing Speed 150 m[...]