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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 1 Contents Chapter 1 - Product Overview..........................................4 Features................................................................................... 4 150 Mbps High Speed Mode. ................................................... 4 System Requirements. ............................................................. 5 Package Contents. ................................................................... 5 Hardware Overview. ................................................................. 5 Chapter 2 - Installation. .....................................................6 Installing Wireless Drivers. ....................................................... 6 Installing Client Manager. ......................................................... 10 Chapter 3 - Connect to a Wireless Network....................13 Automatic Secure Setup (AOSS/WPS). ................................... 13 Windows 7 or Vista (Client Manager V).......................................... 14 Windows XP (Client Manager 3). .................................................... 15 Automatic Secure Setup (WPS PIN). ....................................... 16 Windows 7 or Vista (Client Manager V).......................................... 16 Windows XP (Client Manager 3). .................................................... 20 Manual Setup (Client Manager)............................................... 22 Windows 7 or Vista (Client Manager V).......................................... 22 Windows XP (Client Manager 3). .................................................... 25 Windows Vista (WLAN AutoConfig)................................................ 27 Windows XP (Wireless Zero Configuration). ................................... 30
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 2 Chapter 4 - Client Manager...............................................31 Software Overview................................................................... 31 Using Client Manager V with Windows 7 and Vista................. 31 Main Screen. ................................................................................... 32 Automatic Secure Setup and Advanced Setup............................... 33 SSID / WPS-PIN selection.............................................................. 34 Searching Wireless Access Points. ................................................. 35 Wireless Network Information......................................................... 36 WPS-PBC / AOSS selection........................................................... 37 Wireless Status............................................................................... 38 Wireless LAN Diagnostic................................................................ 40 Profile List....................................................................................... 41 Wireless Properties. ........................................................................ 42 Network Properties......................................................................... 43 Browser Properties......................................................................... 44 Printer Properties............................................................................ 45 Using Client Manager 3 with Windows XP. .............................. 46 Status. ............................................................................................. 47 Scan. ............................................................................................... 49 Connect. .......................................................................................... 50 Profiles............................................................................................ 51 Profile Information (Basic). .............................................................. 52 Profile Information (Network).......................................................... 54 Profile Information (Browser).......................................................... 55 Profile Information (Printers)........................................................... 56 System Tray Menu.......................................................................... 57 Option Menu................................................................................... 58
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 3 Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting Common Problems. ..........60 The Computer does not recognize the Wireless Adapter.. ....... 60 Cannot connect to the network wirelessly................................ 60 You forgot the AP's SSID, Encryption KEY, or Password.. ....... 60 The link speed is slower than 150 Mbps.................................. 61 Other Tips. ................................................................................ 61 Appendix ......................................................................64 150 Mbps Mode settings.......................................................... 64 Specifications........................................................................... 65 Uninstalling the Software......................................................... 66 Uninstalling the Drivers............................................................ 66 TCP/IP Settings in Windows.................................................... 67 Windows 7...................................................................................... 67 Windows Vista................................................................................ 68 Windows XP. ................................................................................... 69 Compliance Information........................................................... 70 Environmental Information....................................................... 77 Warranty Information. ............................................................... 78 Contact Information (USA / Canada). ....................................... 79 Contact Information (Europe). .................................................. 80
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 4 Chapter 1 - Product Overview Features With support for current Wireless-N, Wireless-G, and Wireless-B standards, the AirStation wireless client can transfer data to and from all standard 2.4 GHz wireless network devices. This device includes support for AOSS (AirStation One-touch Secure System) and WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), making connection with other wireless devices easier. AirStation is equipped with following security features. • WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES) • WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) • WEP (128/64bit) 150 Mbps High Speed Mode 150 Mbps is the link speed when using 2 channel Wireless-N mode. It represents actual wireless data speeds, including overhead. Because the overhead is not available for user data transfer, usable wireless throughput will be substantially slower.
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Chapter 1 Product Overview WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 5 Package Contents The following items are included with your AirStation. If any of the items are missing, please contact your vender. • WLI-UC-GNM.................................................................................................................................. 1 • Air Navigator CD. ........................................................................................................................... 1 • Quick Setup Guide....................................................................................................................... 1 System Requirements Computer should be IBM/PC compatible (OADG specification) with a USB 2.0 port and a CD-ROM drive. * * This product does not support computers equipped with dual processors (computers with two physical CPUs). Computers with dual core CPUs are supported. * AirStation does not support Windows’standby mode. Compatible OS: Windows 7 (32 bit / 64 bit), Vista (32 bit / 64 bit), XP (32 bit)* * Service Pack 2 or later is required for Windows XP. Hardware Overview ACT LED Flashes when sending or receiving data
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 6 Chapter 2 - Installation Installing Wireless Drivers Follow the instruction below to install drivers. Do not connect the unit to your computer yet. 1 2 Boot your computer and insert AirNavigator CD. The AirNavigator Setup Wizard will launch automatically. Note: If the AirNavigator Setup Wizard doesn’t launch, double click [My Computer] > CD-ROM drive icon > [AirNavi.exe] to launch manually. Click [Begin Installation]. 3 Click [AirStation Wireless LAN Adapters].
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Chapter 2 Installation WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 7 4 Disable any firewalls, and click [Next]. 5 Click [Install]. Note: • If you insert the check mark into the check box for Install Wireless Client Manager, you can install Client Manager as well as drivers. • Refer to the instructions on page 10 to install Client Manager after installing drivers. 6 Click [Next].
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 8 Chapter 2 Installation 7 Read the license agreement, select [Agree], then click [Next]. 8 When the screen to the left is displayed, put a check mark next to“Always trust software from BUFFALO INC.”, and click [Install]. 9 When the screen to the left is displayed, attach the AirStation to your computer. Drivers will be installed automatically.
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Chapter 2 Installation WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 9 10 Click [OK]. 11 After the drivers are installed, the screen at left will be displayed. Click [Finish]. Note: If you checked the box to Install Wireless Client Manager (page 10), then the installation screen for Client Manager will be displayed after this screen. Follow the instructions on the screen to install Client Manager. Drivers are now installed.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 10 Chapter 2 Installation Installing Client Manager Follow the procedure below to install Client Manager. 1 Boot your computer and insert the AirNavigator CD. The AirNavigator Setup Wizard will launch automatically. Note: If AirNavigator Setup Wizard is not displayed, double click [My Computer] icon > CD-ROM drive icon > [AirNavi.exe]. Click [Options]. Click [Advanced Installation]. 2 3
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Chapter 2 Installation WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 11 4 Check the box for [Install Wireless Client Manager] and click [Install]. Note: Use Client Manager V with Windows Vista or Client Manager 3 with Windows XP. 5 Click [Next]. 6 Read the license agreement and select [Agree].
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 12 Chapter 2 Installation 7 8 9 Click [Next]. Click [OK]. Click [Back]. 10 Click [X] at the top right corner of the window to close it. Client Manager is now installed.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 13 Automatic Secure Setup (AOSS/WPS) AOSS and WPS are systems which enable you to automatically configure wireless LAN settings. Just pressing the buttons will connect your wireless devices securely. Use these systems to connect to computers, game machines, or any wireless devices which support AOSS or WPS. AOSS (AirStation One-Touch Secure System) is technology developed by Buffalo Technology. WPS was created by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Chapter 3 - Connect to a Wireless Network ÐÏ× ÅÒ ÓÅà ÕÒÉ ÔÙ ×ÅÉ ÒÅÌ ÅÓÓ ÒÏÕ ÔÅÒ ÄÉÁ Ç őŖŔʼn őŖŔʼn Modem Internet AirStation PC or Game console (AOSS Devices) Before using AOSS or WPS, install Client Manager software from the CD. See chapter 2 for instructions on installing Client Manager software.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 14 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network When "Connection has been Completed" is displayed in Client Manager V, your connection is complete. If “Set Network Location” is displayed, select “Home”, “Work”, or “Public location” depending on the environment in which the AirStation will be used. 1 4 Click [Start] > [All Programs] > [BUFFALO] > [AirStation Utility] > [Client Manager V]. Windows 7 or Vista (Client Manager V) If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, use the included Client Manager V software to connect wirelessly with AOSS or WPS. Click [Create Profile]. 3 The User Account Control screen is displayed. Click [Yes] or [Continue]. 2 Click the [WPS AOSS] button.
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 15 2 Windows XP (Client Manager 3) If you are using Windows XP, use the included Client Manager 3 software to connect wirelessly with AOSS or WPS. 1 Right-click the icon in the system tray and select [Profile]. Click the [WPS AOSS] button. Your connection is complete when the message "Security setup and connection have been completed" is displayed.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 16 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network Automatic Secure Setup (WPS PIN) WPS can use a PIN generated by the Client Manager utility to easily connect to an access point that supports WPS PIN. To use WPS PIN, first install Client Manager software on your computer. See chapter 2 for instructions on installing Buffalo Client Manager software. Windows 7 or Vista (Client Manager V) If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, use your Client Manager V software to connect wirelessly with WPS PIN. 1 Click [Start] > [All Programs] > [BUFFALO] > [AirStation Utility] > [Client Manager V]. Click [Create Profile]. 3 The User Account Control screen is displayed. Click [Yes] or [Continue]. 2
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 17 5 Click the [WPS-PIN] button. 4 Click the [Advanced Setup] button.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 18 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network 6 Carefully copy the PIN code to a piece of paper, then click [Next]. 7 Select the access point to connect to, then click [Next]. This screen will be displayed.
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 19 8 Use a PC with a wired Ethernet connection to log in to the access point’s management utility. Note: If the access point you are trying to connect is a Buffalo AirStation, click Wireless Config > WPS from the home page of the configuration interface. The screen to enter the PIN code will be displayed. 9 Navigate to the WPS PIN configuration screen, then enter the PIN code you write down in step 6. Note: If the access point you are trying to connect is a Buffalo AirStation, enter the PIN code in [Enrollee PIN] and click [OK]. When "Connection has been Completed" is displayed in Client Manager V, your connection is complete. If “Set Network Location” is displayed, select “Home”, “Work”, or “Public location” depending on the environment in which the AirStation will be used.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 20 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network Windows XP (Client Manager 3) If you are using Windows XP, use your Client Manager 3 software to connect wirelessly with WPS PIN. 1 Right click on the icon in the system tray and select [Easy Connection] > [WPS PIN Code type]. 2 When the PIN code is displayed, write it down. Then, click [Next]. 3 Select the access point you are going to connect to, then click [Next].
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 21 This screen will be displayed. 4 Use a computer with a wired Ethernet connection to log in to the access point. The screen to enter the PIN code will be displayed. Note: If the access point you are trying to connect is a Buffalo AirStation, click Wireless Config > WPS from the home page configuration interface. The screen to enter the PIN code will be displayed. 5 On the configuration screen of the access point, enter the PIN code you wrote down in step 2. Note: If the access point you are trying to connect is a Buffalo AirStation, enter the PIN code in [Enrollee PIN] and click [OK]. Your connection is complete when the message "Security setup and connection have been completed" is displayed.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 22 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network Manual Setup (Client Manager) You may also connect to an access point manually, without using AOSS or WPS. The procedure varies depending on the version of Windows used. First, install Client Manager from the included CD. See chapter 2 for instructions on installing Client Manager. Windows 7 or Vista (Client Manager V) With Windows 7 or Vista, use Client Manager V to connect wirelessly. 1 Click [Start] > [All Programs] > [BUFFALO] > [AirStation Utility] > [Client Manager V]. Click [Create Profile]. 3 The User Account Control screen is displayed. Click [Yes] or [Continue]. 2
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 23 4 Click the [Advanced Setup] button. 5 Click the [Connect Manually] button.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 24 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network 6 Select your access point, then click [Next]. 7 Enter your Network Type, Security Type, Encryption Method, and Encryption Key (passphrase), then click [Connect]. When "Connection has been completed" is displayed, your connection is complete. If “Set Network Location” is displayed, select “Home”, “Work”, or “Public location”, depending on the environment in which the AirStation will be used.
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 25 Windows XP (Client Manager 3) Client Manager 3 is a wireless connection utility for Windows XP. 2 1 Right click on the icon in the system tray, then select [Scan]. Select the access point to connect to and click [Next]. 3 Choose your Encryption Method and enter an Encryption Key. Click [Connect]. Follow the instructions on the screen to connect.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 26 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network Manual Setup (Windows Utility) You can connect to an access point without installing or using Client Manager. Windows includes a built-in wireless utility. The procedure varies depending on the version of Windows used. Windows 7 (WLAN AutoConfig) With Windows 7, use WLAN AutoConfig to connect to the AirStation. 1 Click on the network icon in the system tray. 2 Select the target AirStation’s name and click [Connect]. If you will be connecting to this device in the future, checking [Connect automatically] is recommended. 3 Enter the encryption key and click [OK]. Follow the instructions on the screen to connect.
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 27 1 Right click on the network icon in the system tray. Select your wireless network and click [Connect]. Windows Vista (WLAN AutoConfig) You can use WLAN AutoConfig to connect to a wireless Access Point: 3 Click [Connect to a network]. 2
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 28 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network If the screen below is displayed, click [I want to enter the network key or passphrase instead]. Go to step 4.
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Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 29 Step through the wizard to complete configuration. If the“Set Network Location”screen is displayed, select“Home”,“Work”, or“Public location“ depending where you’re using the AirStation. 4 Enter the encryption key and click [Connect].
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 30 Chapter 3 Connect to a Wireless Network Windows XP (Wireless Zero Configuration) Windows XP includes a built-in utility to connect to your wireless access point. Note: If Client Manager 3 is installed on your computer, then Wireles Zero Configuration is disabled. Uninstall Client Manager 3 to use Wireless Zero Configuration, or just use Client Manager 3 to connect to the AirStation. 1 Right click on the wireless network icon in the system tray. 2 Click [View Available Wireless Networks]. Select a wireless network, then click [Connect]. 3 Enter the encryption key (passphrase) twice, then click [Connect]. 4 When the connection is complete, the word“Connected”will be displayed to the right of the network’s SSID. Click the“X”in the top right corner of the window to close the utility.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 31 Chapter 4 - Client Manager Software Overview Client Manager is utility software used to connect to an access point on the network or to verify the connection between an access point and your computer. It is included with your AirStation. Note: Two versions of Client Manager are included on your AirNavigator CD. Client Manager V supports Windows 7 and Vista. Client Manager 3 supports Windows XP. The installation program will install the correct version for your operating system. Using Client Manager V with Windows 7 and Vista • When you install Client Manager, it will be added to your Startup folder and will automatically launch with Windows. If Client Manager does not launch automatically, click [Start] > [All Programs ]> [BUFFALO] > [AirStation Utility] > [ClientManager V] to launch it. • To close Client Manager, right-click on its icon in the system tray and choose [Exit]. • The appearance of the Client Manager icon varies according to its connection status: : No wireless connection. Communicating via an access point.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 32 Chapter 4 Client Manager Parameter Meaning Profile Displays information about the current connection points. If you have multiple connection points, you can switch among them. Transmission Speed Displays the current connection speed. Signal Strength Displays the current signal strength. Create Profile Click this to display the Automatic Secure Setup and Advanced Setup screen (next page). Advanced Click this to display the Wireless Status screen. Main Screen The Main screen displays the current connection status. You can perform the following operations from this screen.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 33 Parameter Meaning Wireless Adapter Displays the names of currently used wireless devices. Automatic Secure Setup Clicking this will search for an AOSS or WPS compatable access point to connect to automatically. Advanced Setup Click this to display the SSID/WPS-PIN selection screen (next page). Option (Expert only) Click this to specify whether you use AOSS or WPS (PBC) for connection in Automatic Secure Setup. It displays the WPS-PBC/ AOSS selection screen. Automatic Secure Setup and Advanced Setup There are two ways to connect to an access point: automatic or manual. In the following wizard, automatic setup will be referred to as“AOSS/WPS”and manual setup will be referred to as“Advanced Setup”.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 34 Chapter 4 Client Manager Parameter Meaning Connect Manually Displays the“Searching Wireless Access Points”screen and lets you enter connection settings manually. Connect with WPS-PIN Click this to connect to a wireless access point by entering its WPS PIN. SSID / WPS-PIN selection This screen lets you select whether to connect to an access point by specifying the SSID or by enter- ring a WPS PIN.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 35 Parameter Meaning Network Name (SSID) Displays the SSID of each available access point. Security Displays whether or not the access point uses encryption. Channel Displays the wireless channel used by an access point. Strength Displays the signal strength of an access point. Enter the Network Name (SSID) manually Click this to display the Wireless Network Information screen, where you can enter an SSID manually. [Search] Click here to search for available access points again. [Next] Click this to display the Wireless Network Information screen. Searching Wireless Access Points This screen lists available wireless access points in your area. You can select an access point and enter network information manually to connect.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 36 Chapter 4 Client Manager Parameter Meaning Network Type Select a type of connection. Network Name (SSID) Enter the SSID of an access point. Security Type Select the security type of the selected access point. Encryption Method Select the encryption method of the selected access point. Encryption Key or Passphrase Enter the encryption key for the access point. Connect to a network which does not broadcast the SSID Check this box to connect to a hidden SSID that is not broadcast. Connect Connect to the access point. Wireless Network Information Configure wireless connection settings.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 37 Parameter Meaning Automatic Secure Setup WPS-PBC method Click this to automatically connect to an access point that supports WPS. Automatic Secure Setup AOSS method Click this to automatically connect to an access point that supports AOSS. WPS-PBC / AOSS selection You may automatically connect to an access point by just pushing or clicking two buttons with WPS or AOSS.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 38 Chapter 4 Client Manager Parameter Meaning Adapter Displays the name of the current wireless client. Execute wireless LAN diagnostics Opens the Wireless LAN Diagnostics wizard. Profile Name Displays the current profile name. Status Displays the current transmission status. Network Mode Displays the current network mode. Transmission Speed Displays the current transmission speed. SSID Displays the SSID of the currently connected access point. Channel Displays the wireless channel currently used. Wireless Status This screen displays the current connection status.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 39 Parameter Meaning Security Displays whether encryption is currently enabled or not. Authentication Type Displays the type of authenticaltion currently used. Encryption Type Displays the type of encryption currently used. Signal Strength Displays the current signal strength. IP Address Displays the IP address assigned to your wireless client. Subnet Mask Displays the subnet mask assigned to your wireless client. Default Gateway Displays the default gateway address. Primary DNS Displays the primary DNS address. Secondary DNS Displays the secondary DNS address. MAC Address Displays the MAC address of your wireless client.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 40 Chapter 4 Client Manager Wireless LAN Diagnostic On the Wireless LAN Diagnostic screen, you can check signal strength and quality. Parameter Meaning Adapter Displays the name of the wireless client currently in use. Connection status Displays signal strength (dBm), link rate (Mbps), and signal quality (%) at 1 minute intervals. Possible restrictions: • Some wireless devices may not be displayed. • Signal strength and quality displays may vary. These graphs should not be used to compare different wireless devices. Only use them to compare information for the same wireless device. Usage of each channel The 11b/11g displays usage of each channel on 2.4 GHz. This unit does not display 11a usage, as it does not support 5 GHz. The color expresses the signal strength of an access point. Redder means a stronger signal, bluer means a weaker signal.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 41 Profile List Create a new profile or edit an existing profile. Parameter Meaning Adapter Displays the name of the current wireless client. New Create a new profile. This displays the Automatic Secure Setup and Advanced Setup screen. Edit Edit the selected profile. This displays the Extended properties (Wireless) screen. Delete Delete the selected profile. Down Lower the priority of the selected profile. Up Raise the priority of the selected profile.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 42 Chapter 4 Client Manager Wireless Properties Current wireless settings. Parameter Meaning Connection Displays the current profile name. SSID Displays the SSID of the current connection. Security Type Displays the security type you are using for the current connection. Encryption Type Displays the encryption type you are using for the current connection. Security key or Pass phrase Displays the security key or pass phrase if [Display password visible] is checked. Connect an access point even SSID broadcasting is disabled. Check to connect to a wireless network that doesn’t broadcast its SSID.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 43 Network Properties By default, your client’s IP address is set automatically by DHCP. You may configure it manually from this screen. Parameter Meaning Do not change IP Address settings of this Profile Select to keep your current TCP/IP network setting without any changes. This is the recommended setting. Use the following settings Select this option to change your TCP/IP network settings. For expert users only.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 44 Chapter 4 Client Manager Browser Properties Configure Internet Explorer settings for wireless connections. Parameter Meaning Do not change the browser settings of this Profile Select to keep the current Internet Explorer settings. Use the following settings Select this option to use different Internet Explorer Home Page and Proxy Server settings while connected wirelessly.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 45 Printer Properties Configure the printer used while connected to an access point wirelessly. Parameter Meaning Do not change the printer settings of this Profile Select to keep your current printer settings. Use the following settings Select to use a different default printer while connected wirelessly.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 46 Chapter 4 Client Manager Using Client Manager 3 with Windows XP • When you install Client Manager, it will be added to your Startup folder and will automatically start with Windows. To launch Client Manager manually, click [Start] > [All Programs] > [BUFFALO] > [AirStation Utility] > [ClientManager3]. • Right click on the Client Manager icon in the system tray and click [Exit] to close Client Manager. The Client Manager icon will change appearance according to its connection status: : No wireless client installed : Not connected to an access point : Transmitting to an access point with TKIP/AES encryption : Transmitting to an access point with WEP, or not encrypted : Transmitting in ad-hoc mode (not supported with this wireless client) : Authenticating
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 47 Status The Status screen displays the status of the current connection. Parameter Meaning Profile Current connection profile name. SSID SSID of the currently connected access point. Adapter Name Name of the wireless client currently in use. Network Type Current network mode. Transmission Speed Current transmission speed. Channel Current wireless channel. Security Displays whether security is currently enabled or not. IP Address The IP address assigned to this unit.
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WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 48 Chapter 4 Client Manager Parameter Meaning MAC Address MAC address of this unit. Duration Elapsed duration of the current wireless connection. Signal Strength Current signal strength. Reconnect Click to reconnect to the most recent connection.
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Chapter 4 Client Manager WLI-UC-GNM User Manual 49 Scan Scan and display nearby access points. Parameter Meaning SSID SSID of access point. Wireless mode Type of access point (11a or 11g). Channel Wireless channel of the access point. Strength Reception strength of each access point. Encryption Lock symbol is shown if the access point uses encryption. Connect Click to display the Connect page. Refresh Click to refresh the list of available access points.
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