IEEE Federal Communication Commission Interference St atement. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B. These limits are designed to.
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Quick Links. Download this manual See also: Instruction and Installation Manual. Table of Contents. Though every effort has been made to ensure that this document is up-to-date and accurate, more information may have become available subsequent to the production of this guide.
Page 3: Chapter 1 Introduction WiFi standards. This user manual will guide you through these exciting features in the following chapters and we is believed that you will be greatly satisfied with its performance and ease of use. PCs must have a device driver installed. Installation Software CD 3. USB Cable Do not cover or block the airflow to the adapter. The adapter will reach a high temperature during use. Note1: The following installation was operated under Windows XP.
Page 6 Click Driver Installation Choose a set up language. Click Next to process the installation. Note: Not all the drivers will have this message box. Page 8 Click Finish to complete the installation. Page 9: Uninstallation 3. Page 10 B. Page 11 C. Main Menu C. Properties Area B. Adapter List Area D. Global Control Bar E. Status Bar A. Main Menu The main menu includes five submenus. Refresh R When clicking the refresh menu, you can update and re-enumerate the contents of adapter list area.
Page 13 2. Set Wizard S 2. To configure Access Point parameters. User may skip wireless security. Page 14 2. Back Next to close wizard. Cancel 2. Click to complete wizard setup.
Page 15 3. Status Bar. Without the check mark v the E. Status Bar will be hidden. The application version and license information are shown in the about dialog. Page 16 B. Adapter List Area All connected adapters on this system with multiple adapter installations are displayed in this area.
It is easy for users to change the selected adapter by one click. The contents of properties area are dependant on wireless configuration that the selected adapter is set up.
If only single adapter is installed on the system, only one adapter is always selected. Page 17 D. If not, management GUI will shut down while clicking "Close" Page Station Mode 4. Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc With both Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc types, the properties should look like the picture above.
Six property pages present different information of current wireless network status. Please read the following explanations before you reviewing these pages, it could help you to well understand the wireless environment around the system. Page 20 A. General Page This page represents the general information of this adapter. Status The status of station connection to AP.
Type Current wireless LAN configuration type. Encryption Current encryption mode used. Page 21 B. Profile Page This page provides profiles management such as add, remove, edit and duplicate just by pressing the respected button.
Available Profile s The list box shows all the created profiles. Page 22 C. Available Network s Show network connection around this system 1. Refresh Rescan network connection around this system. Add to Profile Create profile for selected network connection and add it to to profile list.
Advanced Page Page 23 1. Power Save None: without power save function. Min: wake up more frequently to receive packets. Max: wake up less frequently to receive packets.
Wireless Mode Page 24 E. Authenticate: Authentication state Channel Set: Selected channel plan currently. Page 25 F. This page shows a statistic analysis of packet transition. Page Ap Mode 4.
Page 27 7. Config A dialog of this AP is shown for configuration modification. The length of SSID should be shorter than 32 characters. Channel Select the wireless channel within current channel plan. Page 29 B. Advanced Page Users could setup the advanced characteristics of network packet for transmission on this page.
Beacon Interval This filed indicates the interval between each beacon that this AP sends out in unit of TU micro-seconds. Page 30 C. A statistic analysis of packet transition is listed. Page 31 D. ICS Page 1. ConnName List all network connections to this system. You can pick up one from the listed item s whose network domain you would want to connect to.
Select Make the desired network connection to public network. Page Appendix 1: How To Use These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. Print page 1 Print document 34 pages.
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