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Airspan FlexNET ASN-900 User Guide Access Products 2.2 v1.0

Airspan FlexNET ASN-900 User Guide Access Products 2.2 v1.0

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Sections

  • PREFACE
  • Purpose
  • Targeted Audience
  • Conventions
  • SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
  • Note on electromagnetic emissions
  • Regulatory notice
  • INTRODUCTION
  • Package contents
  • Physical interfaces and description
  • Antenna
  • Aluminium enclosure
  • Connectors
  • ANTENNA
  • LED indicator
  • Vent
  • Serial RS-232 interface
  • Main functionalities
  • INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
  • Installation direction
  • Antenna mast installation
  • Aligning the antenna
  • Power divider
  • Lightning Protection
  • Power cabling using PSU-3 power supply
  • Ethernet cabling
  • Protective connector cover
  • Applying coax seal tape
  • CONFIGURATION OVERVIEW - BEFORE YOU BEGIN
  • Connecting to the FlexNET products
  • Establishing the initial connection
  • Default IP address
  • Providing username and password
  • Configuration sessions
  • THE CONFIGURATION HOME PAGE
  • System
  • Associations
  • Networking
  • Action log
  • NAVIGATING THE CONFIGURATION MENU
  • Saving and committing changes
  • OK
  • Commit Settings
  • Logout
  • GENERAL
  • ASSOCIATIONS AND NODES
  • NETWORKING
  • Changing Ethernet settings
  • Basic interface settings
  • Interface status
  • Editing existing IP addresses
  • Adding a new IP address
  • Changing bridge settings
  • Transparent bridging with Ethernet tunnel
  • Removing an interface from the bridge
  • To remove an interface from the bridge
  • Binding an interface to the bridge
  • To bind an interface to the bridge
  • Configure VLAN mapping
  • Changing radio interface settings
  • Set the radio Operation mode (ASN-900 only)
  • Set the Wireless mode
  • Bandwidth selection
  • Channel selection (AP mode only)
  • Set transmit power
  • Beacon interval (AP mode only)
  • Maximum link length
  • Antenna Settings (ASN-900 only)
  • Defining the antenna gain (AP mode only)
  • Integrated antenna
  • External antenna
  • Add Virtual SSID (AP mode only)
  • Edit the SSID
  • Multicast Data Rate
  • Set the RTS threshold
  • Set the Fragmentation threshold
  • Wireless Multimedia Extension (WMM)
  • Enable Station isolation (AP mode only)
  • Suppress SSID (AP mode only)
  • Fast Frames
  • Packet Bursting
  • DSCP Tagging for inbound traffic
  • Security Settings
  • Static WEP
  • WPA2 Mixed Personal
  • WPA2 Only Personal
  • WPA2 Mixed Enterprise
  • WPA2 Only Enterprise
  • Access Control List (AP mode only)
  • Enabling the ACL
  • Adding the allowed MAC address from the menu
  • Deleting the MAC addresses
  • Adding the MAC addresses from a file
  • Error messages when adding the MAC addresses
  • Interface notes (all interfaces)
  • Routing
  • Editing an existing route
  • To add a new route
  • Default gateway
  • OSPF & RIP
  • VLANs
  • Edit existing VLAN
  • Removing VLAN
  • SECURITY
  • Configuring remote login services
  • HTTP
  • HTTPS
  • Configuring administrator accounts
  • Adding a new administrator account
  • Editing administrator passwords
  • SERVICES
  • DHCP server
  • General DHCP Server Settings
  • Client IP Pool
  • Client Network Settings
  • DHCP Relay
  • RoamNET
  • SNMP
  • Configuring SNMP
  • Proprietary MIBs supported by the agent
  • MIB-II (RFC 1213) support
  • ControlNET server SNMP monitoring features
  • Remote Syslog
  • Netserver
  • Radius
  • UTILITIES
  • ARP table
  • Viewing the ARP table
  • Network testing tools
  • Ping
  • Traceroute
  • Arping
  • Netperf
  • Radio Statistics
  • Scanning
  • SOFTWARE
  • Using the Software page
  • System Reboot
  • Factory Defaults
  • PIC version
  • Viewing log entries
  • Recent Entries
  • Minimum Level
  • Sort by
  • The Action Log
  • Adding a log entry
  • Log messages
  • RESETTING THE UNIT WITH THE RESET TOOL
  • WARRANTY
  • Disclaimer
  • APPENDIX A DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS FOR CABLING
  • APPENDIX B FURTHER READING
  • APPENDIX C FACTORY SETTINGS
  • APPENDIX D DFS FUNCTIONALITY
  • APPENDIX E ALLOWED 5GHZ CHANNELS
  • APPENDIX F ALLOWED TRANSMIT POWER LEVELS
  • APPENDIX G ROUTING CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE WITH TWO ASN-900 PRODUCTS
  • APPENDIX H WMM IMPLEMENTATION IN THE FLEXNET PRODUCTS
  • APPENDIX I SUPPORTED SNMP PARAMETERS
  • APPENDIX J INFORMATION FOR RS-232 INTERFACE
  • GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION
  • COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

The Innovation Behind Broadband Wireless

FlexNET IEEE 802.11 A/B/G Wireless Broadband Wi-Fi System

605-0001-802 Rev A FlexNET Access Products
FlexNET ASN-900: Dual RF with Internal 5 GHz Antenna

User’s Guide

Connecting the World

Table Of Contents

Preface ................................................................................................................................. 1 Purpose ................................................................................................................................ 1 Targeted Audience ............................................................................................................... 1 Conventions .......................................................................................................................... 1 Safety instructions ................................................................................................................ 2 Note on electromagnetic emissions ..................................................................................... 2 Regulatory notice.................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 3 Package contents ................................................................................................................. 3 Physical interfaces and description ...................................................................................... 3 Antenna ................................................................................................................................ 3 Aluminium enclosure ............................................................................................................ 3 Connectors ........................................................................................................................... 3 LED indicator ........................................................................................................................ 3 Vent ...................................................................................................................................... 4 Serial RS-232 interface ........................................................................................................ 4 Main functionalities ............................................................................................................... 4 Installation instructions ......................................................................................................... 5 Installation direction .............................................................................................................. 5 Antenna mast installation ..................................................................................................... 5 Aligning the antenna ............................................................................................................. 6 Power divider ........................................................................................................................ 6 Lightning Protection .............................................................................................................. 6 Power cabling using PSU-3 power supply ........................................................................... 7 Ethernet cabling .................................................................................................................... 7 Protective connector cover ................................................................................................... 8 Applying coax seal tape........................................................................................................ 8 Configuration overview - Before you begin .......................................................................... 9 Connecting to the FlexNET products ................................................................................... 9 Establishing the initial connection ........................................................................................ 9 Default IP address ................................................................................................................ 9 Providing username and password .................................................................................... 10 Configuration sessions ....................................................................................................... 10 The configuration Home page ............................................................................................ 11 System ................................................................................................................................ 11

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Table Of Contents

Associations ....................................................................................................................... 12 Networking .......................................................................................................................... 12 Action log ............................................................................................................................ 12 Navigating the configuration menu ..................................................................................... 13 Saving and committing changes ........................................................................................ 13 OK....................................................................................................................................... 14 Commit Settings ................................................................................................................. 14 Logout ................................................................................................................................. 14 General ............................................................................................................................... 15 Associations and nodes...................................................................................................... 17 Networking .......................................................................................................................... 19 Changing Ethernet settings ................................................................................................ 19 Basic interface settings....................................................................................................... 20 Interface status ................................................................................................................... 20 Editing existing IP addresses ............................................................................................. 20 Adding a new IP address ................................................................................................... 20 Changing bridge settings .................................................................................................... 20 Transparent bridging with Ethernet tunnel ......................................................................... 20 Removing an interface from the bridge .............................................................................. 21 To remove an interface from the bridge ............................................................................. 21 Binding an interface to the bridge ....................................................................................... 21 To bind an interface to the bridge ....................................................................................... 21 Configure VLAN mapping ................................................................................................... 21 Changing radio interface settings ....................................................................................... 22 Set the radio Operation mode (ASN-900 only) .................................................................. 23 Set the Wireless mode ....................................................................................................... 23 Bandwidth selection ............................................................................................................ 23 Channel selection (AP mode only) ..................................................................................... 24 Set transmit power.............................................................................................................. 24 Beacon interval (AP mode only) ......................................................................................... 24 Maximum link length ........................................................................................................... 24 Antenna Settings (ASN-900 only) ...................................................................................... 24 Defining the antenna gain (AP mode only) ........................................................................ 24 Integrated antenna ............................................................................................................. 25 External antenna ................................................................................................................ 25 Add Virtual SSID (AP mode only) ....................................................................................... 25 Changing VSSID settings ................................................................................................... 25 Edit the SSID ...................................................................................................................... 26 Multicast Data Rate ............................................................................................................ 26 Set the RTS threshold ........................................................................................................ 26

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...................................... 34 Services ............................................................. 26 Packet Bursting ............................................................................................................................................................... 33 Configuring administrator accounts ...... 32 SSH ....................................... 30 VLANs....... 27 Static WEP ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 28 Access Control List (AP mode only) ............... 26 Fast Frames ........................................... 33 Deleting an administrator account .... 27 DSCP Tagging for inbound traffic ........................................................................................... 32 Configuring remote login services .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 28 WPA2 Only Personal ....................... 30 Default gateway ............................................................ 26 Enable Station isolation (AP mode only) ..... 34 Editing administrator passwords ................................................................................................... 29 Editing an existing route ................................................................................................................. 27 WPA2 Mixed Personal.............................................................................................. 32 HTTPS ........... 28 WPA2 Only Enterprise................................................................................................................................. 35 iv .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Adding a new route.......................................... 31 Adding a new VLAN .................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Removing VLAN ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30 OSPF & RIP ....................................... 28 WPA2 Mixed Enterprise ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Table Of Contents Set the Fragmentation threshold ...................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Security ...... 28 Deleting the MAC addresses .................................................... 28 Error messages when adding the MAC addresses ....................................................... 29 Interface notes (all interfaces) .......................................... 27 Security Settings .......................... 26 Wireless Multimedia Extension (WMM)........................................................................................................................ 28 Adding the MAC addresses from a file ................................................................ 32 HTTP ...................... 26 Suppress SSID (AP mode only) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30 Edit existing VLAN ................................ 30 To add a new route. 28 Adding the allowed MAC address from the menu .................... 28 Enabling the ACL........................................................................................................................ 29 Routing ............................................................................................................................................................................ 33 Adding a new administrator account ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Remote Syslog ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 49 PIC version .................... 36 Client IP Pool ................................... 35 General DHCP Server Settings ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 51 Log messages .............................................. 49 Factory Defaults ....................................................................................................... 48 Using the Software page .................................. 37 RoamNET ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Radio Statistics ............................................... 43 Viewing the ARP table ............... 44 Traceroute ........................................................................................................ 51 Adding a log entry........................... 38 Configuring SNMP .................................................................................................................................. 38 SNMP ........................................................................... 51 The Action Log .............................................................................................................................................. 43 ARP table ................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Scanning ............................................... 44 Ping............................. 45 Netperf ................................. 50 Viewing log entries ......................................................................................................................................................Table Of Contents DHCP server ...................................................................................................... 40 ControlNET server SNMP monitoring features ..................... 43 Network testing tools ............................................... 39 Proprietary MIBs supported by the agent ............. 44 Arping ......................... 37 DHCP Relay ................. 46 Software ............................................................................................ 40 NAT........................................................................................................................................................................... 41 Radius........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Client Network Settings ....................................................................................................... 35 Configuring the DHCP server ................................................................................ 39 MIB-II (RFC 1213) support ................................................................................................... 51 Minimum Level .......................................... 48 System Reboot ..................................... 51 Sort by .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40 Netserver ............................................................................................. 39 MIB ........................................................................................................................................................ 52 v ........................ 49 Log ......................................................... 42 Utilities ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 50 Recent Entries ..........................................................................................................................

.................................................................................................................................. 53 Warranty ............................................................................. 85 Appendix J Information for RS-232 interface .............................. 54 Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Detailed instructions for cabling ................................................. 71 Appendix E Allowed 5GHz channels .....................................................Table Of Contents Resetting the unit with the reset tool ........................................................................................ 54 Disclaimer ................................................................................................................................................................ 68 DFS Functionality ............................................................................................... 67 Factory Settings ...... 96 vi ................................................................... 95 Copyright Information ... 82 Appendix I Supported SNMP parameters ........................................................................... 79 WMM implementation in The FlexNET products ..................... 76 Appendix G Appendix H Routing configuration example with two ASN-900 products ............................................................................................................................................................. 73 Appendix F Allowed transmit power levels ........ 55 Further reading ..................................................... 88 Appendix K Traductions françaises des majeures parties pour des conditions de normalisation canadiennes ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 90 General Contact Information ...

… --- 1 . To download a SW file: 1.PREFACE Thank you for purchasing Airspan‘s FlexNET ASN-900 Base Station (hereafter referred to as FlexNET) device. Purpose This Web-based Wi-Fi management User‘s Guide provides step-by-step instructions for configuring and managing your ASN BS using a standard Web browser. and customer support of this guide. Targeted Audience This guide is intended for the end user. and field Introduces a numbered procedure Note that provides useful information Warning that provides information that can prevent and avoid bodily or mechanical harm Example Click the Next button. The FlexNET devices are a part of Airspan‘s AS. conventions.NET product family. audience. button. This section discusses the purpose. icon. Conventions This guide uses the following typographical conventions: Convention Bold ―To‖ in bold face and at the beginning of a sentence Meaning Command.

For American regulatory information.. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. This device must accept any interference received including interference that cause undesired operation Warning! Electromagnetic radiation. see www.gc. there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Warning! A professional installer must install the AC power adapter. base station and antennas. 2 . You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for compliance could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.24 VDC for the product.SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Note: Traduction française dedans 0 This document must be reviewed for familiarization with the product and instructions before operation. This equipment generates. the user is encouraged to correct the interference by one or more of the following methods: reorient or relocate the receiving antenna move the equipment and receive farther apart connect equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected The FlexNET product is only allowed to be used with Airspan antennas and accessories (PSU-3 power supply) and power dividers. (FCC 15. Verify that an un-interruptible safety earth ground exists from main power source and the ground circuitry of the product.. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. However. Disconnect the product from operating power before cleaning.21) Note on electromagnetic emissions This device complies with part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. Operation is subjected to the following conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Verify that correct AC power source is available for the AC adapter to produce 12. Please keep this product and related antennas at a distance 20 cm from human body when operational Regulatory notice The specifications and parameters of the device described in this document are subject to change without notice. see www. uses and radiates energy on radio frequencies and.fcc. For Canadian regulatory information. if not installed and used in accordance with this guide. In USA and Canada maximum allowed transmit power levels and channel frequencies are shown in 0.gov.ca.ic.

ANTENNA Ethernet connectors RS-232 (DB-9) Power connector VENT Indication LED Female N-type connectors for external antennas Figure 1 The FlexNET product bottom view LED indicator The LED indicator is also located on the bottom of the housing.150-5. Connectors All connectors are located on the bottom of the housing. Package contents The FlexNET package contains the following items: ASN-900 product Mounting kit with down tilt possibility One weather proof power connector kit Two weather proof RJ-45 connector kits Outdoor power supply unit PSU-3 Factory default tool Mounting instruction Documentation CD-ROM Physical interfaces and description Key features of the FlexNET product are: Aluminium enclosure supports outdoor installation Industrial temperature rating (-40…+55 C) Two external antenna connectors Two 10/100 Base TX Ethernet ports Operation indication LED RS-232 interface for local management Antenna The ASN-900 is delivered with an integrated 5. The FlexNET product has two external antenna connectors and two Ethernet connectors. Aluminium enclosure The base station unit uses an aluminium enclosure that supports both outdoor operating environments and an industrial temperature operating range. The ASN-900 has two external antenna ports with N-type connectors. The operation of the LED indicator is as follows: Reboot: flashing blue once per second Committing configuration and initializing the radios: flashing blue twice per second Factory reset: solid red when erasing the configuration 3 .875 GHz 23dBi planar antenna which can be disabled.INTRODUCTION This guide contains information on how to operate and manage the FlexNET products.

Main features of the FlexNET products support network level functionalities. centralised user management. as well as resetting the unit to factory defaults.11a/b/g-standard based Wi-Fi products offer several features that support deployment of wireless broadband access services. robust power supply and advanced network management features.4-2. The FlexNET products support IEEE 802.725-5.11a/b/g standards and use frequency ranges between 2. high-gain antennas. which supports DHCP server. 4 . Wireless broadband services with these standard products can also be deployed in enterprise and industrial networks. While the ASN-820 is used with external antennas the ASN-900 also includes an integrated narrow beam antenna for possible link connections. The vent equalizes pressure and lets moisture out of the chassis. It does not need your attention Serial RS-232 interface The serial RS-232 interface can be used for local management.725 GHz (ETSI) or 5. which can be configured independently. Wi-Fi compliant access services can be built with FlexNET ASN-900 products. Note1: Unplug the serial cable from the PC when powering up the ASN Link unit.Both products have two radio units. DHCP server and bandwidth management features support professional ISP (Internet service provider) features that can be offered with FlexNET products. See Appendix K Information for RS-232 interface for more details. With some PCs the serial cable connection can cause factory reset Note2: Unplug the serial cable from the PC if it is not used Main functionalities The FlexNET products (ASN-900) provide last mile Wi-Fi connections to customers. These IEEE 802. These network level features are based on deployment with Airspan Networks ControlNET server. where standard IP protocols and IEEE 802. The FlexNET products include base station.470-5. The serial RS-232 connector on the unit is standard DB9 female connector.4835 GHz and 5.11a/b/g compliant radios are used. connection handovers between subnets and bandwidth management.Upgrade software: the colour of the LED varies between red and blue Vent The vent can be found on the bottom of the housing as well.850 GHz (UK & FCC).

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The FlexNET product is designed for outdoor installation environment, on a tower, a tall building or an antenna mast. A professional installer must install the base station and the antennas. The installer should also be familiar with network structures, terms, and concepts.

Installation direction
Connectors must always be downwards in outdoor installations. In indoor installations (e.g. warehouses etc.) direction can be freely selected if the integrated antenna is not used.

Antenna mast installation
The following figures present the installation of an ASN-900 device for an antenna mast pipe. The requirements for the antenna pipe diameters are 45…60mm (approx. 1 ¾…2 1/3 inches).

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Aligning the antenna
Installation technician must mechanically align the integrated antenna or external antennas for the best possible communication over the link jump. ASNET antenna alignment tool can also be used for the alignment. See ASNET antenna alignment tool user guide for more information.

Power divider
You may connect two sector antennas to one radio by using a power divider. For the best possible operation, the antennas using the same radio should point directly opposite directions from each other. Also the length of the cables between the antennas and the power divider should be the same to ensure even signal strength to both cells. The power divider reduces the output signal level by approximately 3dBm. The following figures present the installation of the power divider.

Lightning Protection
Airspan requires that a surge arrestor is always used with an external antenna both to protect against lightning strikes and to ground the external antenna from its connector. Airspan‘s surge arrestor MOB00208 can protect the radio units of a base station from damage due to a lightning strike. Statistically a lightning strikes to the highest electrical conductor in an area and then follows the lowest resistance and shortest path to ground.

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Since antennas are usually mounted in high places, they are very susceptible to lightning strikes. Therefore, the antenna location and the way how it has been mounted is the major point when discussed about the lightning protection. Airspan recommends you not to mount your antennas on the highest building or tower and place them always at least a few feet below the top of the mast. Furthermore, the mast should be grounded by using a thick grounding cable. Protection of the radio unit can be provided by installing a surge arrestor following the antenna connector. Surge arrestor MOB00208 uses a gas discharge tube to protect electrical equipment from lightning surges, which means that the tube must be replaced after a strike. Because the surge arrestor will not inform the user that it is going to a short circuit some repetitive maintenance is required. It is also important that the surge arrestor is grounded with a grounding cable. This is needed to conduct the lightning bolt energy straight to the ground instead of the radio unit. The shorter the wire is the better result is achieved. When the external antenna is grounded from its connector, it also minimizes the risk that electric static charges would damage the radios. Electric static charges are very common in windy and dry environments as well as in mountain range. The following figure demonstrates how to install the surge arrestor MOB00208 correctly.

Power cabling using PSU-3 power supply
The PSU-3 power supply unit can feed one FlexNET product. The power supply is an external unit designed for operation in outdoor environment. The supply voltage of the power supply is 24 VDC. Detailed cabling instructions are in Appendix A.

Ethernet cabling
The maximum length of Ethernet cabling without repeaters or amplifiers is 100 meters (330 feet). Ethernet cabling must fulfil CAT5 category FTP outdoor cable specifications. Detailed cabling instructions can be found in Appendix A.

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Protective connector cover If the Ethernet connectors are not used you must cover the connectors by a protective cover. N connectors that are not properly sealed permit moisture to enter the connection. Applying coax seal tape When using the unit with external antennas. you must weather seal the N connectors using seal tape. which leads to performance degradation or coverage problems. The FlexNET product is shipped with protective covers on both Ethernet connectors by default. 8 .

you may use your web browser to connect to the IP address of the FlexNET unit. Default IP address Factory default value: 192. plug in the power cable of the FlexNET product to power up the unit. versions 3. The configuration utility can be accessed using an ordinary web browser. and allows you to edit. Connecting to the FlexNET products The FlexNET products configured via a practical web-based configuration utility. 9 . If you are using a laptop or a desktop computer.CONFIGURATION OVERVIEW .0 Once the unit is powered up and your IP parameters are set. The configuration utility supports the following web browsers: Internet Explorer versions 6.168.0. The Current country should be selected from the drop down menu. and Airspan‘s proprietary RoamNET connection handover protocol. this can be done using a cross wired twisted pair Ethernet cable to connect your PC to ethernet1 port of the FlexNET unit. These products are used in networks based on IP routing. The FlexNET unit is preconfigured with default IP addresses ―192.BEFORE YOU BEGIN The FlexNET products can be used for versatile network deployments.255.1. This will bring you to the login screen. Establish a physical connection to the FlexNET product.0. Set your computer IP addresses as follows: IP address: 192. but have not been tested. you also need to have a ControlNET server in your network. IP addresses for wired/wireless interfaces of the product.11a/b/g radios and channels.255. The main functions of the ControlNET server are subscriber management. Establishing the initial connection First. After selecting the correct country click Set and a warning text is displayed. Press ENTER. In order to use RoamNET and other features specific to Airspan‘s access network. manage and monitor your FlexNET product settings and functionality. Before you begin to install this product. perform the following steps: Enter the IP address of the ASN Link in your browser's address or location bar. or higher Firefox versions 2.1‖ on the Ethernet 1 interface. When accepted settings are loaded to the unit shown in 0. They support static routing. Different configuration alternatives are possible. or higher Safari. make sure that you have following basic issues prepared necessary for router installation: IP network plan where the product is to be installed. or higher Other web browsers may also be acceptable.1 Default IP address may be later changed by an administrator (see page 20 for information about changing the IP address of an interface). This will prompt country code selection. bandwidth management and mobility support (RoamNET protocol). Only the web browsers listed above can be guaranteed to function correctly when used to configure the FlexNET unit. Key issues described in this manual focus on basic configuration of both wireless and wired interfaces of this product.168.0. and radio network plan for the use of 802.50 Subnet mask: 255.1. as well as radio settings appropriate to your network and hardware. More information on the ControlNET server can be found on other documents provided by Airspan Networks.1.168. To connect to the configuration utility.

Refer to page 14 for committing settings 10 . Additional administrator accounts and passwords can be set up from the Security menu (see page 33). To access this account. Configuration sessions Each new administrator login will start a new configuration session. To protect your FlexNET product against unauthorized access. When shipped. As a security measure. configuration session can not be continued. Once you have successfully logged in. simply enter your administrator username and password at the login page again to continue working with configuration session. The session will be valid until administrator log out using Logout action button or the session has been inactive for 8 hours. the FlexNET product configuration utility will automatically log you out after 15 minutes of inactivity. use the following login information: Username: admin Password: default Usernames and passwords are case-sensitive. you will be presented with the FlexNET unit configuration menu and Home page.Figure 2 The country code selection of ASN Link products Providing username and password Enter your administrator username and password into the fields on the login page. Note: If browser window is closed before committing settings. If this happens. the FlexNET unit is pre-set with a single default administrator account. Airspan Networks strongly recommends that you change the default password as soon as possible Click the Log in button to send your login information to the FlexNET unit.

Software version The firmware version of the unit. Hardware version The hardware version of the unit. you will first see the FlexNET configuration Home page. Networking. Temperature: The temperature inside of the unit 11 . These constitute the remainder of the page. This number is important when you need to contact customer service. Associations.THE CONFIGURATION HOME PAGE Upon logging in. For information about updating the FlexNET product firmware. your screen may not appear exactly as depicted in this document. and Action log. Serial number The serial number of your unit. refer to page 47. At the top of the page you can read the name and uptime of the device. Note: The uptime value is not updated automatically but indicates the value when the page was last time loaded Additional information about the FlexNET unit is grouped under the four sections: System. System The system info section displays the following information regarding your FlexNET unit. Figure 3 The configuration home page The Home page displays a brief summary of the configuration and current status of your FlexNET product. shown in Figure Note: Depending on your choice of product version and web-browser.

with an 802. when interface is enabled and operational Disabled Ethernet: speed(duplex). 2 radio interfaces. 2 Ethernet ports. 12 . see the page 51. ethernet1 and ethernet2. when interface is enabled but cable is not connected Disabled Radio: Active. bridge1 and bridge2 ASN-900. The bridge interfaces are virtual interfaces. when interface is enabled and operational Disabled Tx Data Rate/Rx Data Rate: The rate of data being sent and received through the interface. Both ports are standard 10/100 Base-T Ethernet ports. used to obtain wireless connectivity. radio1 and radio2. Binding two or more of the remaining interfaces to the bridge will allow them to share a common IP address. For more information about accessing and editing the log. Can be PSU or PoE. when interface is enabled and operational No link. Status: Status of the interfaces Bridge: Active. For each active interface.Voltage: The voltage of the unit Power supply: Power supply of the unit. Networking The Networking section of the Home page contains information and status about the network interfaces of your FlexNET product: 2 bridge interfaces. the number of associated nodes is displayed here. the following information is displayed: MAC Address: The unique hardware identification code of the interface. depending on the model Associations If your FlexNET unit is used by wireless end-users. These interfaces consist of a pair of radio transceiver/receivers. capable of a connection rate up to 100Mbit/s. Action log The ten most recent log entries are displayed at the bottom of the configuration Home page.11 MAC layer.

Commit Settings and Logout are used to implement or undo changes to the configuration of the FlexNET unit.NAVIGATING THE CONFIGURATION MENU Use the configuration menu on the left of the screen (see Figure 2). NETWORKING Menu includes advanced options for configuring the Ethernet and Radio interfaces of the FlexNET unit. Saving and committing changes The three action buttons OK. Clicking on one of the menu entries will open a submenu containing links to further configuration pages. GENERAL Menu contains general information about your FlexNET unit. LOG Edit and examine the FlexNET unit activity log. Figure 3 The action buttons 13 . such as DHCP. containing a summary of information about the FlexNET unit and its configuration. Refer to page 19. See Figure on page 11. Refer to page 5047. UTILITIES Menu includes network utilities to test the connectivity of your network. ASSOCIATIONS Lists additional devices connected to your WLAN. Figure 2 The configuration menu HOME The first page displayed at login. See (Figure 6) on page 17. Refer to page 435. SOFTWARE Update your FlexNET unit with the latest firmware. to access the other pages of the configuration utility. Refer to page 36. SECURITY Add and remove administrators. SERVICES Set up network services. and change administrator passwords. Refer to page 52. Refer to page 33.

To start new configuration session. Commit Settings Click the Commit Settings button to enable saved settings to persist after reboot of the FlexNET unit. navigate to any further pages you wish to configure and repeat steps (1) and (2). Using the menu. logout and simply enter your administrator username and password at the login page again. When you are satisfied with the configuration of the device. Do not switch off the unit during this time! 14 .OK Clicking the OK button after editing any configuration page will save the new settings to the FlexNET unit. it may take up to 1 minute for newly committed settings to take effect. Note: To make permanent changes to the configuration of the FlexNET unit: Navigate to the appropriate configuration page and enter new settings. Click the OK button to accept and apply your changes. The currently saved settings will be written into the non-volatile memory of the FlexNET unit and will be in use immediately and also after reboot. The new settings will not be enabled until Commit Settings button is clicked (see below). Important: Depending on the changes made. click the Commit Settings button to permanently record your changes. Logout Clicking the Logout button will end configuration session and discard all changes made after last commit.

TIME ZONE The correct time zone should be set here. When the accept button is pressed theselected country settings are loaded to the unit. Country Code Country code can be selected from drop down menu. After selecting the correct country click Set and a warning text is displayed. click Enabled and enter the IP address of the server you want to you use. Note: When configuring the system over the radio link association maybe lost if selected country doesn't support same channels or channel width settings. SYSTEM TIME Enter the correct time and date here and click Set. location and coordinates of your base station unit.GENERAL The general screen presents common information about your FlexNET unit. Figure 4 The General link Click on the GENERAL link to view and set the following information of the FlexNET base station unit (see Figure ): GENERAL SETTINGS Contains the name. NETWORK TIME PROTOCOL If you wish to synchronize the system time with a time server. 15 .

16 . and click Commit Settings to permanently accept the new configuration.Figure 7 The General screen Note: Remember to click on the OK button to apply your changes.

Refer to Appendix D for more information about DFS functionality Scanning Radio is operating in station mode and is scanning for access points in range. depending on the status of radio: Initalizing Radio is operating in AP mode but is not yet broadcasting beacons. Refer to page 46 for scanning results Four digit frequency AP is broadcasting beacons and ready to accept association requests in shown frequency.ASSOCIATIONS AND NODES The Associations screen lists all nodes currently connected to the FlexNET base station. Frequency Different values. Station is associated to access point in shown frequency. Figure 6 The Associations screen Own MAC The hardware address of the radio unit. Click on the ASSOCIATIONS link in the configuration menu to access the Associations page. Information about current connection conditions is displayed in the columns of the table. AP/STA MAC Address 17 . ESSID The ESSID given to the interface. and provides information about the signal strength of each connection. Figure 5 The Associations link Nodes connected to the FlexNET unit are listed in rows across the Associations screen. This is caused by radar scan (DFS).

The hardware address of the connected node. Refer to page 24 to adjust Transmit power 18 . Speed A measure of the current data throughput of the connection in Mbps Signal (RSSI) Signal indicator: The strength of the connection's radio signal in percentages where 100% indicates the best Signal Quality RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication): The strength of the connection's radio signal in dBm where signal levels above -61dBm indicates 100% Signal strength Note: Signal Indicator turns into red if RSSI is more than -45dBm. It is highly recommended that the RSSI does not exceed -45dBm since that could corrupt the radio.

or to set operating parameters for the special radio interfaces or configure VLAN. and the routing table. Figure 8 shows the configuration page for the ethernet1 interface.NETWORKING Click on the NETWORKING entry in the configuration menu (Figure 7) to open links to the networking configuration pages. Use these pages to set IP addresses for the network interfaces of your FlexNET unit. Figure 7 The Networking menu Changing Ethernet settings Click on the NETWORKING>ethernet1 or NETWORKING>ethernet2 link in the configuration menu to open the configuration page for the respective Ethernet interfaces. to bind interfaces to the bridge. The networking configuration pages can also be used to enable or disable interfaces. Figure 8 Configuring an Ethernet interface 19 .

The tunnel setting has no effect when bridge is not enabled. Edit the IP address/subnet mask. The bridge configuration shows option (Activate tunnel) to turn on tunneling for the radio interface. tunnelling must be disabled for the corresponding radio interface. Note1: Remember to click on the OK button to apply your changes. it works only with the units supporting this protocol. Both ends of the radio link must have the same tunnel setting ie. and click Commit Settings to permanently accept the new configuration. To enable the interface. click on the Disabled button. click on the Enabled button. By default the tunnel is on. To modify an IP address click in the IP Address and/or Subnet Mask fields. To disable the interface. The FlexNET unit should be configured so that the first Ethernet port (Ethernet 1) is used to connect the base station towards the Internet or an Airspan ControlNET Server. Click the OK button to apply the change. Interface status This pair of interface status buttons shows whether the selected interface is currently enabled. Transparent bridging with Ethernet tunnel A pair of link units can be used as transparent bridge with Ethernet tunneling option. 20 . Interface settings specific to the bridge interface are described here (see Figure 9 on page Error! Bookmark not defined. Remember to click the OK button to apply the changes you make. The process of editing the basic interface settings (interface label and status) is exactly as described for Ethernet interfaces in Section Basic interface settings.Basic interface settings The process of editing the basic interface settings is described below. To delete an IP address click the Delete check box beside the IP address(es) you wish to delete. Editing existing IP addresses The current IP addresses of the selected interface are listed below the basic interface settings. When using the unit as normal bridging Access Point. and click the OK button. Click the OK button to remove the checked address(es).). Enter a new IP address and subnet mask in the respective text fields of the selected interface. Adding a new IP address Assign a new IP address to the selected interface by using the Add Address fields at the bottom of the configuration screen. Note2: The Add function does not apply the changes if the IP address or subnet mask fields are improperly filled Changing bridge settings Click on the NETWORKING>bridge1 or bridge2 link in the configuration menu to open the configuration page for the bridge interface. in the Edit Addresses section of the configuration screen. on page 20. and click the Add button.

Click the OK button to remove the selected interface from the bridge. Available interfaces are listed in the Bridge Interface combo box. Configure VLAN mapping When enabling VLAN mapping on bridge interface you see a new Management VLAN field.Figure 9 Configuring the bridge interface Note: User should be extreme careful when configuring the interface that is used for unit management. Click the OK button to bind the selected interface to the bridge. The unit can not be accessed from interfaces which are bridged but tagged to another VLAN than the management VLAN. Removing an interface from the bridge The Bridge member interfaces section of the configuration page is used to remove interfaces from the bridge. To bind an interface to the bridge Using the combo box. It is accessible on interfaces which are not part of bridge and have IP addresses. 21 . select the network interface to be removed. Available interfaces are listed in the Interface combo box. Click the Delete checkbox beside the selected interface. Binding an interface to the bridge The Add Interface to Bridge section of the configuration page is used to bind interfaces to the bridge. select the network interface to be bound to the bridge. This will be VLAN on which unit will be manageable via IP. Click the Add link beside the selected interface. To remove an interface from the bridge Using the combo box.

Packets entering to the untagged interfaces are forwarded to a trunk interface with a corresponding VLAN tag. Trunk interfaces only send and receive VLAN tagged packets for VLANs present on unit. Interface settings specific to the radio interfaces are described here (see Figure 11). Trunk is so called tagged interface for all VLANs present on unit. Depending on the product version you are configuring some of the Radio Settings might be missing or appear differently.Note: User should be extreme careful when configuring the bridge that is used for unit management. non present VLANs and untagged packets are dropped. 22 . On Edit VLAN mapping panel you can change every interface on bridge (Ethernet or VSSID) to either trunk or untagged. When untagged interface is part of VLAN it will accept normal untagged packets and send packets out to the untagged interface. Figure 10 Mapping the VLANs Changing radio interface settings Click NETWORKING>radio1 or NETWORKING>radio2 links in the configuration menu to open the configuration pages for the first and second radio interfaces. respectively.

11g interface.11a wireless mode is used in some countries it is possible use a 40MHz channel bandwidth instead of the normal 20MHz.11a. Note: If Station mode is chosen. Bandwidth selection When 802. some of the features described below are not applicable. Naturally scanning takes longer time if automatic channel bandwidth is used.11b. 23 . If automatic channel bandwidth is selected the station first scans 40MHz channels and after that 20MHz channels. 802. 802. In AP mode the channel bandwidth must be explicitly defined. Set the Wireless mode Use the Wireless mode buttons to specify whether the interface will operate as an 802. but in Station mode auto mode can be selected.Figure 11 Configuring the radio interfaces Set the radio Operation mode (ASN-900 only) Use the AP/Station buttons to specify whether the interface will operate in AP or Station mode.

Check applicable maximum radio transmit power + antenna combinations Using the Data Rate combo box. To change the Beacon interval. Beacons include basic information of the access point. which is used until possible radar interference is detected on the selected channel. It is possible to select a preferred channel.cable loss + antenna gain). Valid values are in range {25-60000}. Use the Radio tx power combo box to select your desired power level and click the OK button. the unit will always use the best possible data rate. make sure that the maximum EIRP power does not exceed the applicable power limitations set by the national radio legislation. which is limited by the local radio authority. The radio transmit power directly affects hop length. Set transmit power Use the Radio tx power combo box to set the transmit power. the cable loss should also be taken in account.11a mode. When configuring a Point-to-Multipoint link. Before using any channel the unit monitors the channel for one minute. you can set a constant data rate. and are used by stations to determine which access point to use. If ―best‖ is chosen.In 40MHz mode link throughput is almost doubled. Defining the antenna gain (AP mode only) Enter the gain of the antenna (for example 23) in use in this field. Default value is 100ms. Do not exceed the maximum EIRP (effective isotropic radiated power) power (EIRP = tx power . in milliseconds. When using external antennas. (See 0) Note: When using external antennas. set the same value for maximum link length to both ends of the link connection. enter the new value in the Beacon interval text box and click OK button. Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) is always enabled in ETSI and UK products as a default setting when the unit is operating in 802. Maximum link length Use maximum link length text box to adjust maximum link distance in meters. With multiple VSSIDs they will also easily generate significant amount of frames with each VSSID sending its own beacons. Link length can be adjusted from 500m up to 55000m (55km) When configuring a Point-to-Point link. The radio channel frequency is expressed in MHz. set the maximum link length to correspond the longest link connection in your PtMP configuration. Any radar interference detection triggers the channel change. This causes a delay in the link operation after reboot or reconfiguration. but due to increased noise levels link budget is reduced by 3dB. Channel selection (AP mode only) Use the Channel selection combo box to select an operating frequency for the wireless connection (AP mode only) or the client access. Beacon interval (AP mode only) This represents the interval of the beacons that VSSID sends. though high values may cause problems for clients trying to find access points. 24 . Integrated antenna is available for radio 1 only. Antenna Settings (ASN-900 only) Choose whether you want to use an integrated or external antenna. With highest modulation levels the transmit power level is reduced a bit.

Depending on the product version you are configuring and radio operation mode. Figure 12 Configuring the VSSID 25 . External antenna External antennas of varying gain levels can be used. Changing VSSID settings Click NETWORKING>ssid links in the configuration menu to open the configuration pages for the first and second VSSID. To add new SSID enter SSID name in Virtual SSID name field and press Add button.Integrated antenna Integrated antenna is a 23dBi gain panel antenna. After you have selected integrated antenna from combo box (Integrated/External). respectively. some of the Radio Settings might be missing or appear differently. We recommend using Airspan PlanAir antennas only.5-30dBi in their gain. External antennas that Airspan recommends are typically between 8. write the antenna gain ―23‖ to Antenna Gain input value in the related text box. Add Virtual SSID (AP mode only) Multiple SSIDs can be added when radio interface is in active bridge. Write the antenna gain value into the related text box. VSSID settings specific to the radio interfaces are described here (see Figure 12).

To avoid packet loss when multiple stations are sending packets to an AP. which include prioritization of voice and video over best-effort and background traffic for IEEE 802. To enable or disable fast frames.11e specification is formally approved. Clients associated to different VSSIDs on either same or different radios can always communicate with each other if in same VLAN. 26 . Multicast Data Rate Using the Multicast Data Rate combo box. The WMM/QoS feature can be enabled or disabled per VSSID on the FlexNET unit.Edit the SSID To change the SSID of a radio interface. Disabling SSID broadcast can increase wireless network security. Associated link units should be configured to use the same network name in order to communicate. Wireless Multimedia standards made by the Wi-Fi alliance define an intermediate solution for QoS functionality until the IEEE 802. If ―default‖ is chosen. A threshold value of 1 implies automatic RTS/CTS. click the appropriate radio button and then click the OK button. enter the new value in the Fragmentation threshold text box and click the OK button.11e standard. To configure this option select the appropriate radio button to enable or disable Station isolation. Values in the range {1-2346} are supported. Suppress SSID (AP mode only) This pair of radio buttons indicates whether the SSID is broadcast over the wireless network. Set the RTS threshold This value determines the maximum packet size allowed before the RTS/CTS handshaking protocol takes effect. the frame will be fragmented into small frames. This means both WMM enabled and non-WMM clients are supported. packet fragmentation is used to split large frames to smaller frames to minimize the decrease in network capacity. enter the new SSID in the SSID/network name text box and click OK. enter the new value in the RTS threshold text box and click the OK button. despite the station isolation settings. the RTS/CTS protocol will be activated whenever a packet exceeds the specified threshold. FIFO model (First in First out). To change the Fragmentation threshold. WMM supports backward compliancy in a mixed environment consisting of WMM aware and non-WMM legacy devices. WMM is based on a subset of the 802. Set the Fragmentation threshold In a noisy radio environment. Enable Station isolation (AP mode only) When enabled on VSSID. clients associated to the VSSID cannot communicate with each other. To change the RTS threshold. Fast Frames Fast Frames utilizes aggregation of two frames resulting frame size up to 3000 bytes enhancing the maximum throughput. you can set a data rate for multicast and broadcast packets. the link unit will always use the lowest possible data rate for the multicast and broadcast packets.11 wireless LANs. Wireless Multimedia Extension (WMM) Wireless multimedia (WMM) brings support for multimedia applications with quality of service on Wi-Fi networks. all packets from multiple streams are treated equally and are sent out according to when they arrive at the wireless device. The SSID may contain a maximum of 32 characters. In the No QoS method. Click the appropriate radio button to enable or disable SSID broadcast and click the OK button. and defines enhancements to the MAC for wireless LAN applications with Quality of Service requirements. If the size of a frame exceeds the fragmentation threshold. Values in the range {256-2346} are supported.

In static WEP every station must use same key. To enable or disable packet bursting. WEP key Length of the entered key must match the key length setting. Note: Some 3rd party Clients might not support Fast Frames or Bursting. The warning gives correct number of expected characters when the length is invalid. Shared key authentication mode is not supported because it's even more insecure than open mode authentication. Press OK button to save changes. click the appropriate radio button and then click the OK button. Stations can associate with wrong key but they cannot communicate with other clients or access point. where each DSCP specifies a particular per-hop behaviour that is applied to a packet. which is not part of the key entered by an end user. The DSCP bit 6 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 5 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 DSCP bit 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 DSCP bit 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP hex 0x38 0x30 0x28 0x20 0x18 0x10 0x08 0x00 DSCP dec 56 48 40 32 24 16 8 0 802. 6 bits of the TOS byte are being reallocated for use as the DSCP field. Static WEP key encryption can be easily cracked so it's recommended to use WPA2 encryption if possible. Security Settings The FlexNET unit supports five different Security modes specified by WiFi Alliance. WEP key entry method The WEP key can be entered either in ASCII text or hexadecimal format WEP key length The WEP key length used.Packet Bursting Packet Bursting allow more data frames to be sent in an uninterrupted transmission burst enhancing maximum throughput. Clients must support and be configured to use the same key length. select suitable Security mode from combo box and press OK button. The WEP key length is indicated here both excluding and including the 24 bit initialization vector. It is strongly recommended to use WPA2 Only personal for better security. Static WEP The Flexnet product support only open mode WEP authentication. 27 . DSCP Tagging for inbound traffic DSCP tags are in the 3rd layer of the OSI model.1d 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 WMM AC AC_VO AC_VO AC_VI AC_VI AC_BE AC_BK AC_BK AC_BE Table 9 To tag all inbound traffic in VSSID. define the DSCP tag value as decimal in the text box and use appropriate radio button to enable or disable DSCP tagging. To enable encryption.

Multicast protocol is always TKIP in mixed mode to permit coexistence of WPA and WPA2 clients. WPA2 only client cannot associate to a mixed mode network due to mismatching multicast protocol WPA2 Only Personal WPA2 Only Personal mode allows only WPA2 clients which are using CCMP protocol to associate. Adding the MAC addresses from a file One can read all the allowed MAC addresses from the file. Multicast protocol is always CCMP in WPA2 only mode. 28 . During WPA2 Mixed mode. the access point advertises the pair wise encryption protocols TKIP and CCMP which are available for use. WPA2 Mixed Personal WPA2 Mixed Personal mode operation permits the coexistence of WPA and WPA2 clients on a common SSID. WPA2 Mixed Enterprise WPA2 Mixed Enterprise mode is similar to WPA2 Mixed Personal mode but the user password authentication is done using radius server. Figure 13 List of allowed MAC addresses Deleting the MAC addresses One can delete the addresses one by one by tagging the correspondent line and pressing OK or delete all addresses by pressing Delete All button.In ASCII format each character makes one byte (8 bits) of the key and in hexadecimal format each pair of characters account for one byte. Enabling the ACL Enable or disable ACL by selecting correspondent mode on the page. a 40-bit key in ASCII ―kr3sa‖ and hexadecimal ―1a3f08b721‖. 12:34:56:78:90) and then pressing Add button.g. Each line can contain only one address and the format is same as when typed to the field. Note: Each line may not contain additional characters in the end and only hexnumbered octets separated with the colons are allowed. WPA2 Only Enterprise WPA2 Only Enterprise mode is similar to WPA2 Only Personal mode but the user password authentication is done using radius server. Due multicast protocol mismatch WPA2 mixed mode client cannot associate to a WPA2 only mode network. Adding the allowed MAC address from the menu Allowed MAC addresses can be added one by one by typing the address in hex coded format each digit pair separated by the colon (e. For example. Access Control List (AP mode only) ACL is controlling which stations are allowed to access the host based on the MAC address of the station unit radio interface.

The error message is displayed on the correspondent area depending if the error occurs when adding the address from a field or from a file. The interface is the one which has an IP subnet that matches the gateway IP address. and click Commit Settings to permanently accept the new configuration. Routing To set up routing tables for the FlexNET unit. click on the NETWORKING>Routing link in the configuration menu. To modify an existing route click in the Destination. This will open the routing table configuration page (see Figure 14). Interface notes provides links to bridge or service configuration. Gateway and/or Netmask fields. Interface notes (all interfaces) Interface notes section is shown at the bottom of the screen whenever an interface is configured as a member of an active bridge. Edit the existing information and click the OK button. DHCP Relay or RoamNET) is configured to use the interface.Error messages when adding the MAC addresses The system checks the format of each entered address from the field or from the file. The Interface field shows which interface is used for sending packets to the gateway. or if Services (DHCP Server. the Interface field displays ―Unknown!‖. In this 29 . Note: Remember to click on the OK button to apply your changes. If there is no IP subnet for the gateway IP address. Figure 14 The routing table Editing an existing route Existing routes are displayed in the Edit routes section of the configuration screen.

Adding a new route Assign a new route by using the Add Route fields at the bottom of the configuration screen. VLANs On VLANs page you add and delete VLANs and manage their settings. Click the Add link beside the new route information. OSPF and RIP can be enabled from the user interface. Note: Remember to click on the OK button to apply your changes. In case of using Cisco switches it is recommended to leave spanning tree disabled. Every VLAN runs it is own spanning tree.0‖ for both. the Destination and the Netmask. Figure 15 Known VLAN list 30 .0. Priority is standard 802. which is separate document delivered with the FlexNET products supporting OSPF routing. STP check box enables spanning tree for the corresponding VLAN. so it is not compatible with Cisco PVST+. Default gateway To set the default gateway. and the associated gateway and subnet mask in the Gateway and Netmask fields.1d. VLAN ID (VLAN tag) and priority. either the gateway IP address or the IP settings of interfaces of the unit have to be changed.0. OSPF & RIP The FlexNET unit can also be upgraded to support OSPFv2 (Open shortest path first) dynamic routing. The actual configuration command line interface can be used with SSH or console port. it can have value from 0 to 7.1p priority. and click Commit Settings to permanently accept the new configuration. To add a new route Enter the destination network in the Destination text field. It is standard 802.case. use ―0. VLANs have name for descriptive purposes. Additional information and manual for OSPF support is available from Airspan Networks in FlexNET OSPF-manual and documentation set. Refer to additional information provided in Airspan Networks OSPFv2 routing manual.

and does not need to be unique. there can‘t be duplicate VLAN IDs. Priority and decide if activate spanning tree on VLAN. VLAN ID needs to be unique.Edit existing VLAN You can edit any values of existing VLAN by modifying values from VLAN list and pressing OK. You cannot change VLAN ID to value that already exists. Select delete box for VLAN you want to delete and press OK. VLAN is mapped if there are untagged interfaces as part of VLAN. After VLAN is removed from list you still need to press Commit Settings 31 . When values are filled you can press Add button and VLAN will be added to VLAN list. Press Commit settings button to active new settings. You can delete any number of VLANs at once. Adding a new VLAN While adding VLAN you need to fill in Name. Removing VLAN In order to delete VLAN it must not be on mapped state. VLAN ID. Name is only for descriptive purposes. You need to change them to trunks or change VLAN ID in order to be able to select VLAN for deletion.

The SSH service should not be needed during normal operation. Use the radio buttons. as illustrated in Figure 17. Figure 17 Remote login services SSH The SSH service allows an administrator to access the FlexNET configuration system from a text-based terminal. Figure 16 The Security menu Use these pages to expand or limit access to the configuration interface of the FlexNET unit. HTTP and HTTPS services. The remote login page allows you to determine which protocols can be used to connect to the configuration interface of the base station unit. 32 . Note: Only SSH2 protocol is supported. to enable or disable each service. HTTP The HTTP service enables an administrator to connect to the FlexNET configuration system using a web browser. The configuration system of the FlexNET product supports the SSH. Configuring remote login services To set the accepted configuration login services click the SECURITY>Remote Login link in the configuration menu. The administrator page lets you modify a list of users who are authorized to make changes to the FlexNET unit.SECURITY Click on the SECURITY entry in the configuration menu to access the remote login and administrator setup screens.

Configuring administrator accounts Click on the SECURITY>Administrators link in the configuration menu to open the Administrators configuration page.HTTPS The HTTPS service enables an administrator to establish an encrypted and secure HTTPS connection (encrypted using SSL. Secured Sockets Layer) to the FlexNET configuration system using a web browser. using the Add user section of the Administrators configuration page. To create a new administrator account. Password 33 . WARNING! Under no circumstances should you disable all remote login services! At least one remote login service should remain operational. Figure 18 Editing administrator information Adding a new administrator account Any number of additional administrators may be created. This is the name that must be entered at the configuration interface‘s login screen (see page Error! Bookmark not defined. to enable you to access and configure the FlexNET unit. The FlexNET product is shipped factory-set with the following single administrator account: Username: admin Password: default It is strongly recommended that you change the factory-set password to one of your own as soon as possible. the new password will also be your new SSH password.). enter the required information in the text fields provided: Name Provide a login name for the new administrator. in order to prevent unauthorized access to the configuration system of your FlexNET unit. Note: When changing the password. Click the OK and Commit Settings buttons to retain any changes you make.

continue by clicking on the Commit Settings button. Editing administrator passwords The list of current administrators is displayed at the top of the Administrator configuration screen. The administrator account that is currently logged in cannot be deleted. Click the OK button to make the new administrator account active. the password is being displayed on the screen as a series of asterisks. For security reasons. click on the Commit Settings button. Note that the password must also be entered in the Verify field (see below) in order to be accepted. The requirement to enter the password twice is a precaution against a mistyped password. click the Delete checkbox at the end of an administrator record. To set the access level of an administrator. To change the password of an administrator account.Provide a password for the new administrator. simply enter the new password in the text fields and click OK. or the new administrator account will not be created. but are barred from implementing any changes to the settings of the FlexNET unit. modify and save any of the available settings. Verify New passwords must be entered both here and in the Password field (see above). and click the OK button. and may create. Deleting an administrator account To delete an existing administrator account. 34 . To retain a permanent record of the new administrator. select the desired level from the combo box: Full access An administrator with Full access has a complete control over the FlexNET configuration interface. The passwords in the Password and Verify fields must match. Level Administrators may be assigned to one of two levels. To make the deletion permanent. Read access Administrators with Read access are able to examine logs and configuration information.

Client IP Pool and Client Network Settings. General DHCP Server Settings. Each section is described below. Figure 19 The Services menu Configuring the DHCP server You may access the DHCP configuration page through the SERVICES>DHCP Server menu link. The DHCP configuration page is divided into three sections. begin by clicking on the SERVICES link in the configuration menu.SERVICES DHCP server DHCP server is a system to dynamically allocate IP addresses to a client network. The DHCP server enables the FlexNET unit to dynamically assign IP addresses to clients on the local network. To activate the DHCP server. To set up network services. 35 . complete the configuration fields with values appropriate to your network.

36 . over which network interface it operates. Last IP address Enter the highest IP address that will be served to clients. ethernet1. in seconds. Choose bridge1.Figure 20 Configuring the DHCP server General DHCP Server Settings The general settings determine whether or not the DHCP server is active. ethernet2. This value will be used if the client does not request a specific lease time. First IP address Enter the lowest IP address that will be served to clients. bridge2. Default lease time Enter the default lease time here. Specify the address range by providing the lowest and highest IP addresses that will be served. radio1 or radio2 from the options using the combo box. Status Select the Enabled radio button to make the DHCP server active. and lease times for IP addresses. Clicking the Disabled button tells the FlexNET unit not to activate the DHCP server. Interface This setting determines which interface of the FlexNET unit will act as a DHCP server interface. Client IP Pool The client pool refers to the range of available IP addresses that will be served by the DHCP server of the FlexNET unit.

Secondary Domain Name Server (DNS) The IP address of the clients‘ secondary DNS server.Client Network Settings In addition to a dynamically assigned IP address. Also enter the IP address of the DHCP Server in the Server IP Address field. Netmask The subnet mask that will be passed to the clients. the DHCP server will provide the following network information to clients. Enter the appropriate values for your network. click on the Commit Settings button. Remember to click the OK button to apply all changed DHCP settings. you must select the interfaces for client distribution and the DHCP Server from the corresponding combo boxes. If there is a ControlNET Server in your network. Default Gateway Address The IP address of the clients‘ default gateway. DHCP Relay On this page you may enable or disable DHCP relaying. Figure 21 Configuring the DCHP relay 37 . If you choose to enable the DHCP Relay. Domain Name Server (DNS) The IP address of the clients‘ DNS server. To permanently record the DHCP configuration. DHCP requests received from the client distribution interface are forwarded to the DHCP server. Domain The domain name that will be served to hosts. you should enter the IP address of your ControlNET server in this field. which also acts as a DHCP server and RoamNET is in use.

The FlexNET products have an SNMP agent functionality. SNMP The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an application-layer protocol based on asynchronous request/response commands. Figure 22 Configuring the RoamNET To enable RoamNET. you may configure the RoamNET service enabled or disabled. It is widely used protocol providing the possibility to manage devices in the network. under services. typically there should be no reason not to leave it to the default setting of ‗bridge‘.RoamNET RoamNET is the mobility management protocol present in Airspan base stations used in conjunction with an Airspan ControlNET Server. To use RoamNET. you also need to enable DHCP Relay and use the ControlNET Server as DHCP server. Choose the correct interface from the Interface combo box. 38 . MIB. Additionally you need to fill in the Server IP Address and Server Password fields. you should configure the IP address of the ControlNET Server as the Server IP address. The agent provides an interface to management system through a data structure called Management Information Base. Server password is the password defined in the ControlNET Server HTTP management menu for this base station. The client interface is the interface end-users are going to be connected to. the client distribution interface must be set. In the RoamNET menu. Since the RoamNET server resides in a network controller unit.

FLEXNET-MIB also provides system state and statistics information for radio and 39 . FLEXNET-MIB: FlexNET product specific MIB. Read Only and Write community. If the same string is planned to be used for both communities then the Read Only form should be left and the Write form should be filled with the community string. Trap target IP address is the form for entering an IP address of the node to which traps (event notifications) will be sent by the SNMP agent.Currently the FlexNET products supports retrieving statistics and monitoring configuration using SNMP protocol version SNMPv2c (RFC 3418). An SNMP community is the group to which the nodes running SNMP software belong to. Figure 23 Configuring the SNMP Configuring SNMP The SNMP agent functionality is configured using the web user interface shown on Figure 23 The configuration consists of Enabling/Disabling the SNMP functionality. A password for community authentication is called a community string. setting the community string and setting the trap target IP address. MIB Management Information Base is data structure or a type of database used to manage the devices in a communications network. The settings available correspond to the web user interface. These MIBs need to be installed to NMS to use FLEXNETMIB. SNMP can be enabled by changing the 'Status' field. The same strings can not be entered in these forms. most notably the radio configuration can be read and set using this MIB. There are two community types. Community strings for them are entered in corresponding forms. It comprises a collection of objects in a (virtual) database used to manage entities (such as routers and switches) in a network. Proprietary MIBs supported by the agent AIRSPAN-MIB and AIRSPAN-PRODUCTS-MIB specify MIB structure for all SNMP enabled Airspan products. The SNMP agent is disabled as default.

The MIB element ―ifIndex‖ found here is referenced from other MIBs. To use remote syslog. This allows logs to be gathered from multiple devices. 40 . processor load and memory usage information is queried by ControlNET server from FlexNET access points and displayed graphically. Interface traffic statistics. Also radio-level packet counters and negotiated Ethernet port settings are provided. Remote Syslog Remote syslog sends system messages to remote system over UDP. ControlNET server SNMP monitoring features ControlNET server can display statistics from the access points. Usually the syslog servers run on default UDP port 514. Also it is possible to set the destination port number.Ethernet interfaces. Some network management systems utilize syslog in addition to SNMP to monitor state of the network and the devices. the community strings must match in FlexNET AP and ControlNET server configuration. which collects the logs as destination. MIB-II (RFC 1213) support MIB-II (RFC 1213): The second version of the Management Information Base (MIB-II) for use with network management protocols in TCP/IP-based internets. MIB-II contains the interface names and IP addresses. Network interfaces of the product can be found in this MIB. See 0 for available MIB objects and their mapping to GUI parameters. including the FLEXNET-MIB. For this feature. Figure 24 Configuring the Remote Syslog Netserver Netserver listens to connections from a netperf benchmark. set the status to enabled state and enter the IP address of the host. Enable this to allow other hosts to run netperf test against this unit. Association information provides signal strength and related information.

Port forward rule is added by defining values for rules and pressing Add. 41 . Do not keep netserver enabled when not running tests. Port forwarding is also supported to any Target IP. enabled netserver exposes the unit and possibly network to a denial of service attack. If the port forwarding rule needs to removed use corresponding check box and press OK.Figure 25 Configuring the Netserver Warning: As the netperf test fully loads the link. NAT On NAT page you can configure Network Address Translation service on unit. Protocol selections are TCP. Once enabled NAT will use configured external interface and translate source of forwarded packets to the IP of external interface. You need to configure Incoming port on external interface IP from which packets are forwarded to Target port on Target IP. After rules have been deleted Commit Settings is needed to disable those from the system. After adding rules Commit Settings is needed in order to activate them. You can delete any number of rules at once. UDP or both.

The radius server can be added by entering server IP address in the IP Address field and password in the Shared Secret field. NAS Identifier and Retry Interval are common to every defined radius server. Priority field defines in which order the radius servers are tried to connect if multiple servers are defined. After adding the radius server fields can be edited and changes saved when OK is pressed. Figure 27 Configuring the radius server 42 .Figure 26 Configuring the NAT Radius When using WPA2 Enterprise security modes at least one radius server needs to be configured. The radius server is used to authenticate connecting users.

UTILITIES During configuration of the wireless network. The table‘s columns provide information about each host: 43 . Viewing the ARP table The ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) table lists the most recently acquired associations between MAC (physical-layer) addresses and IP addresses on the network. Figure 28 The Utilities menu ARP table A table of the most recent IP-to-physical address bindings. Figure 29 The ARP table Locally connected hosts are displayed as rows in the table. you may wish to test the status and connectivity of nodes. To access these features. ability to view the current state of the unit‘s ARP Table and Ping & Traceroute testing tools. The configuration system of the FlexNET unit comes with a set of useful features. click on the UTILITIES link in the configuration menu. Click on the link UTILITIES>Arp Table to view the most recent ARP table.

Also the maximum deviation from average is shown. HWtype A label signifying the type of a physical connection of a host. Traceroute Traceroute maps a route to a given host. The response shows the time it takes (round trip time. Iface The name of the interface of the FlexNET unit through which the host was found. Network testing tools Figure 30 Network testing tools Ping The ping utility sends five ICMP request packets and waits for a reply. Last line shows minimum. average and maximum round trip times. The host and intermediate routers send ICMP replies to requests sent by the base station. indicating an Ethernet connection. It should be used primarily for manual fault 44 . As the ARP table only retains local addresses. The symbol C indicates complete entries in the ARP cache. HWaddress Hardware address. though the five packets used here are not sufficient for RTT statistics.Address The IP address of a host. All nodes connected to the FlexNET unit will display ether. Firewalls may block ping packets. this column should remain empty for all entries. The statistics summarize received reply packets (received and packet loss). This is true even in case of wireless connections. Flags The symbols listed in the Flag column indicate how the address has been obtained. Mask The subnet mask of the host. The Ethernet or WLAN MAC address of a host. RTT) to reply for each packet (time in milliseconds). as the wireless interfaces transmit Ethernet frames.

The target machine must have Netserver running. ARP is not routed. Replaced with an asterisk if a packet is lost. the recent Frame Error Rate (FER). The utility sends five request packets and reports a round trip time for each response. but uses ARP protocol instead of ICMP.isolation. The test takes 10 seconds. These terms are explained in 45 . The statistics output is composed of two parts. Netperf Netperf runs a TCP/IP stream test and measures bulk data transfer rate. and the number of Retries (on-chip retransmissions) per second. enter the target host IP address and select OK. Some hosts that do not answer to ping because of firewall settings answer to arping. For the Station the shown values are for the link between the Station and AP. the number of Failed frames. Arping Arping is similar to ping. transmission (TX) and reception (RX). The values are shown for each radio card. To run the test. so arping works only to locally connected hosts. A snapshot of the page is shown on Figure 31. Radio Statistics The radio statistics page shows statistics relevant for estimation of radio communication quality. distinguished as radio1 and radio2 and for each direction. Each result line represents intermediate or target host and contains: Index (starting from 1) IP address Round trip time for each of three test packets. Some routers may not send reply packets or they may be blocked by a firewall. while for the AP the values are aggregates over all connections established by the AP. The lower part shows the total statistics accumulated since the boot of the base station. Figure 31 The Radio Statistics page The latest statistics shows the rate in terms of Frames per second (Frames/s) for each direction and radio. Traceroute helps to detect faulty routing or the location where packets are lost (after the last router that responds). The upper part shows the latest statistics for the time elapsed since the last retrieval of the page or the last click of the Refresh button.

Failed For the RX direction a Failed frame is a frame which did not pass the error check at the software layer. List can be updated by pressing Refresh button or simply reselecting Scanning page. Simply press the column name to sort scanning results. Errors detected on chip. are not included in this value. Finally.details below. Since failed does not include physical layer errors detected on chip. For the TX direction it takes into account on-chip retransmissions denoted in the GUI as Retries. A snapshot of the page is shown on Figure 32. This file shows software and physical layer errors grouped according to various error reasons. Figure 32 The Scanning Results page 46 . the page includes a link for downloading the radio statistics output file. like various physical layer errors. By pressing the same column name again. the receiving FER is usually lower than the transmitting FER of the same link. FER is calculated as Failed/(Failed + RX) where RX is the number of correctly received frames. The total statistics shows the same characteristics with the difference that the total number of frames and retries since boot is shown instead of values per second. will reverse the order. For the TX.1 indicates a link of good quality. Typically the transmitting FER of up to 0. Note that the number of frames transmitted on air is retries + TX. a Failed frame is a frame which exceeded the maximal number of retransmissions but did not receive a positive acknowledgment. Scanning is supported only in Station mode. FER Frame Error Rate is the best indicator of the link quality. For the RX. Scanning The Scanning page lists available APs operating in same wireless mode. List can also be sorted by all columns. Its value is calculated as Retries/(Retries + TX) where TX is the number of frames transmitted from software to chip.

if Station is associated to hidden Access Point. hidden text is displayed instead. BW Channel Bandwidth the AP is operating on Capabilities This field lists capabilities (like data rate. RSSI RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication): The strength of the radio signal in dBm where -61dBm indicates 100% signal strength. However. text is replaced with SSID.SSID This field lists Service set identifier (SSID) broadcasted by Access Point.) that the Access Point supports. Frequency Frequency where the AP is operating. MAC The hardware address of the Access Point 47 . encryption etc. In case the SSID broadcasting is disabled in AP. Refer to Appendix D for frequency to channel number.

Locate the folder containing the file. the current software and hardware version numbers are displayed. or Use the Browse button to open a file-request dialog box. It may take time for the update file to be transferred. 48 . along with the unit‘s serial number. click on the SOFTWARE link in the configuration menu. Once the location of the update file has been provided. for a list of updates currently available. You may either: Type the full path of the file into the blank Select Software Update File text box. Check the Airspan website. Near the bottom of the page. Figure 34 The Software page Provide the location of the downloaded update file. Firmware updates are distributed as files. then click on the update file name. Figure 33 The Software link At the top of the page. Using the Software page The Software Update page provides the means of transferring the firmware update file from your computer to the FlexNET unit. Log in to the FlexNET configuration utility. http://www. To access the Software Update screen. and click the Open button. The procedure for updating the FlexNET product firmware is as follows: Locate the appropriate update file on the Airspan website. click the Upload file button to upload the file to the FlexNET unit.com/. a blank text box and a pair of buttons allow you to select and upload the new firmware (see Figure 34). firmware upgrades may become available for your FlexNET product. and open the Software update screen to upload the update file to the FlexNET unit (see below).airspan.SOFTWARE From time to time. Right-click on the file name to save it on your computer. You will find it most convenient if you save the file on the same computer that you use to access the FlexNET configuration utility.

This is not important for the end user in normal operating mode of the equipment. Press Update Software to start update process or press Cancel to cancel it. The reboot will be executed immediately and the page will be reloaded approximately after 90 seconds. 49 . press Confirm Reset button to reset the FlexNET unit to factory defaults otherwise press Cancel button. System Reboot Select this option to reboot the system. Important: Do not unplug the power cable during this procedure. In the case that the system initializations takes longer time the browser will inform that the page cannot be displayed. PIC version PIC version indicates the PIC microcontroller software version. See factory settings from the Appendix C. The microcontroller controls low-level functionality of the device. refresh the page again and the user login page should eventually appear. The new firmware has been successfully loaded when you can reach the login page again. Figure 35 Factory reset confirmation When Confirmation screen appears. Wait some time.Once the update file is transferred information about the update file is shown. Factory Defaults Select this option to undo all changes to the device and restore the initial factorydetermined settings.

Viewing log entries The ten most recent log entries are displayed in the Action log. If you are seeing log entries at this severity level. Figure 36 The Log page The FlexNET unit generates log entries automatically. High severity Error messages and warnings. or to display log entries matching specific criteria. High and Critical. To view more log entries. the FlexNET unit has become unstable and requires your immediate attention. Critical severity Emergency messages and critical alerts. You may also read log entries made by the system and other administrators. at the bottom of the Log screen. Log entries are divided into three levels of severity: Low.LOG Use the Log page (see Figure 36) to add entries to the system log of the FlexNET unit. Low severity Informational messages and notifications of unexceptional events. The severity level of each log entry is noted in the Action Log (see below). complete the View log entries form shown in Figure 36. The available parameters are described below: 50 . Log entries may also be added by administrators as maintenance notes. Log entries at this level indicate a problem with the hardware or software of the FlexNET unit that may affect its performance.

Checking the Only box will limit displayed log entries to only those exactly matching the selected severity level. The radio buttons Ascending and Descending apply to all forms of sorting. displays either the last ten log entries or the results of a log search (see Viewing log entries). Each log entry comprises three columns. either Low. Adding a log entry As an administrator. Enter the text of your note into the Description box. follow the steps below: Decide the severity level of the note you wish to create. To add a log entry. complete the Add Log Entry form (shown in Figure 37). High or Critical (see above). Sort by Select how you want to view the log entries. Minimum Level Select the minimum severity level of the log entries you wish to view. Select All to display all log entries. you may wish to add a log entry manually. Press the View Log button to refresh the screen and update the Action log with your selected criteria. at the bottom of the Log screen. Messages with a severity below the level you select will not be displayed. Click the Add button. Sorting by Action time will display log entries in chronological order. The Action Log The Action log (see Figure 36). Choosing Level will group log entries by severity level (see above). This may be useful to notify other administrators if you have recently maintained or reconfigured the Airspan base station unit. and allow you to display the log entries in standard or reverse order respectively. Description A brief description of the event that caused the log entry. 51 .Recent Entries Enter the number of log entries you wish to view. Action time The time and date when the log entry was generated or submitted. Only the most recent entries will be displayed. To add a log entry. Selecting Description will display the log entries in alphabetical order. regardless of level. The time and date will be automatically recorded with your new log note. containing information about the event that generated the log: Level The severity level of the event. and select the corresponding value from the Level combo box.

Figure 37 Manually adding a log entry Log messages The FlexNET unit generates the following messages during normal operation. Associated New association. whenever settings are successfully written to the FlexNET product using the Commit Settings button. Boot triggered by watchdog This critical message indicates that the watchdog has rebooted the system because of a hardware or software problem. The next two types of log messages result from exceptional behaviour of the unit and might need your attention. Association lost The association has been lost. This message contains the MAC address of the peer that lost the association. The specific error may be identified from the text accompanying the message in the action log. This message contains the interface and frequency where the radar was detected. Configuration committed This message is generated during normal operation. Radar detected AP has detected a radar on the same channel it operates. 52 . Error committing configuration This critical message indicates a problem with the unit. The log message contains the MAC address of the peer. Radar detection is enabled in ETSI and UK regulation domains.

the led-indicator is first blinking blue.RESETTING THE UNIT WITH THE RESET TOOL Resetting the unit to factory defaults is committed with the factory default tool delivered with the package. Place the factory default (reset) tool into the serial connector. During the start-up process. Power up the unit. Wait while the unit reboots. then it turns to solid red and when the process is finished it turns to solid blue. Follow these steps to reset the unit: Switch off the unit. The factory default tool is labelled as ―reset‖ tool. The unit is now reset to factory defaults. 53 . You may disconnect the factory default tool when the led-indicator lights as solid blue.

11a) and IEC 60950 standards. or shipment of a replacement unit. 54 . Equipment guarantee does not cover failures caused by natural forces (thunder). Customer shall send the product to Airspan Networks for repair and analysis.C. FCC 15. Airspan Networks is neither responsible to compensate any damages or consequences to customers. in circumstances where the product has been used within the specified conditions in terms of environmental conditions and appropriate interfaces (data interfaces. When spare parts or accessories are considered these are outside of the scope of this equipment guarantee.WARRANTY Airspan Networks provides a 12 months guarantee for equipment failure. EN 301 489: 1& 17.407 (802. IC 15. Customer will pay the shipment cost related with the return of the product. As well as IEC 60068. which are caused by incorrect. Airspan Networks guarantees that the product is compliant with the FCC 15.11a).247 (802.11 a/b/g EN 300 328.3. IEEE 802. IC RSS 210. Airspan Networks may then send a replacing unit.247 (802. Failed equipment shall be returned to Airspan Networks or its distributing partner within 30 days of the failure.11 a/b/g). IEC/EN 60950 with USA and IC Canadan CB certificate. Disclaimer The guarantee and maintenance policy of Airspan Networks is that the equipment is handled as an integrated unit. power supply). See product documentation for detailed instructions on use and installation. ETSI R&TTE requirements for IEEE 802. or stakeholders of that. Instructions for spares and their use are specified separately. purposeful mistreatment or misuse like reverse engineering of the product. FCC 15. IC 15-407 (802. Guarantee period starts from the delivery of the product. cTÜVus certificate. variations in electricity supply. In no event shall Airspan Networks be responsible for the consequences of an equipment malfunction to the customer‘s activities in business or other activities. Airspan Networks will pay for the shipment cost when equipment is returned after repair. unspecified. In case of severe equipment fault.11 a/b/g). illegal. misuse or wrongful implementation of the equipment in use. Equipment failure is defined as a fault that is caused by a component failure or a system malfunction that prevents the use of the product according to specifications. according to the specified purpose of use. EN 301 893.

A power cable to deliver the main power (100-240V AC) to the PSU-3 power supply. In the following. A two-wire cable to deliver the DC power.APPENDIX A DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS FOR CABLING Power cabling The PSU-3 power supply is used to power up the ViaNET AP/MT units. IPX54 Note: PSU-3 does not support Power over Ethernet. Check that you have all the needed components for electric installation. It converts the 100…240V AC input voltage to a 24V DC output voltage. MOB00209 -power connector delivered with the base station product. Note! Use numbered or colour-coded cable. PSU-3‘s output installations are wired according to the Figure 39. Output voltage level: 24V DC. Figure 38 The assembly of power connector PSU-3 specifications: Input voltage level: 100-240V AC. a step-by-step example on the electric installations is provided. Output maximum power level 33W Environmental specifications: -40°C…+55°C. Figure 39 Power connectors 55 . PSU-3 power supply delivered with the base station product.

Figure 41 MOB00208 Power connector Install the DC OUT. Open the cover of the PSU-3 power supply (see Figure 40).Note: Connect the cables according to front view in Figure 39 Power connectors.(Ground / 0V) -wire from the first socket from right in the PSU-3‘s output connector to the number 1 socket of the MOB00209–power connector as shown in the Figure 42. 56 . The slot should be between wires 1 and 2 as in the picture above. Figure 40 PSU-3 power supply Install the two-wire cable through the MOB00209–power connector (see Figure 41). Figure 42 Installing minus wire Install the DC OUT+ (24V) -wire from the second socket from right in the PSU-3‘s output connector to the number 2 socket of the MOB00209–power connector as shown in the Figure 43.

The other end (PSU-3) is left unattached. Figure 45 Assembled power connector PSU-3‘s input (High Voltage. you may assemble the MOB00209 power connector as shown in the Figure 45. Figure 44 Installing ground wire Now. 100-240V AC) installations are wired according to the Figure 46 57 .Figure 43 Installing plus wire Install the Ground-wire to the MOB00209–power connector as shown in the Figure 44.

58 . This cable is not compulsory because the power supply has a floating ground level.Figure 46 PSU-3 input socket Install the mains Ground-wire to the Ground-socket of the PSU-3 connector as shown in the Figure 47. Figure 47 Installing Ground-wire Install the mains Null-wire to the N-socket of the PSU-3 mains connector as shown in the Figure 48.

tighten the strain relieves around both cables (AC in-cable and DC out-cable) and close the cover of the power supply unit. 59 . Figure 49 Installing Line-wire Remember to attach the safety cover (glassy plastic shield) to cover the AC connector. Finally.Figure 48 Installing Null-wire Install the mains Line-wire to the L-socket of the PSU-3 mains connector as shown in the Figure 49.

The length of the power cable should not exceed 100 meters (330 feet). See the table below for correct cabling between the FlexNET unit and the power supply unit. 60 .Figure 50 Assembled PSU-3 power supply unit Figure 51 The Wiring diagram of PSU-3 power supply The conductor area of the power cable must be adequate to avoid malfunction of the unit and overheating of the power cable.

330 feet) Conductor area mm 1.Distance 1 .100 meters (1 .5 mm 2 2 61 .

The Ethernet cable must fulfil CAT5 category FTP outdoor cable specification. 2 3 6 5 8 4 7 1 Figure 52 The Parts of the Ethernet connector Figure 53 RJ-45 connector pin numbering Figure 54 RJ-45 cables 62 .Ethernet Cabling Maximum length of the Ethernet cable is 100 meters.

68mm L: 22.5mm The modling type RJ45 is not applicable. 63 . W: 11. 8 7 Figure 56 Mounting the rubber ring Mount the rubber ring over the plastic piece as shown in the Figure 56.Use the type of Ethernet cable shown on the right side of Figure 54. Note that as there are differencies between RJ45 plugs following size specification for RJ45 plugs is recomended. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Figure 55 Installing Ethernet cable through the connector Install the Ethernet cable through the Ethernet connector as shown in the Figure 55.

Figure 57 Pulling the Ethernet cable through the connector Pull the Ethernet cable through the connector piece as shown in the Figure 57. 64 . Figure 58 Assembling the Ethernet connector Figure 59 Assembling the Ethernet connector Assemble and tighten the pieces together firmly as shown in the Figure 58 and Figure 59.

Ethernet cable between the BS and the HUB (switch) pin number (borne numéro) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Color (Couleur) White/orange (Blanc/orange) Orange (Orange) White/green (Blanc/vert) Blue (Bleu) White/blue (Blanc/bleu) Green (Vert) White/brown (Blanc/brun) Brown (Brun) Color (Couleur) White/orange (Blanc/orange) Orange (Orange) White/green (Blanc/vert) Blue (Bleu) White/blue (Blanc/bleu) Green (Vert) White/brown (Blanc/brun) Brown (Brun) Table 1 Straight Trough Ethernet cable (Câble d‘Ethernet de twisted pair) Ethernet cable between the BS and the PC pin number (borne numéro) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Color (Couleur) White/orange (Blanc/orange) Orange (Orange) White/green (Blanc/vert) Blue (Bleu) White/blue (Blanc/bleu) Green (Vert) White/brown (Blanc/brun) Brown (Brun) Color (Couleur) White/green (Blanc/vert) Green (Vert) White/orange (Blanc/orange) Blue (Bleu) White/blue (Blanc/bleu) Orange (Orange) White/brown (Blanc/brun) Brown (Brun) Table 2 Cross over Ethernet cable (Câble d‘Ethernet de traverse) Cable shield ( Bouclier de câble) Cable standard (Norme de câble) Cable type (Type de câble) RJ-45 connector type (type de connecteur) S/STP. STP. S/FTP. Note! Moulded boot cannot be used in outdoor installations. double-jacketed. F=foil) CAT6. Table 3 Recommended Ethernet cable characteristics 65 . UV-resistant. -40 to +55°C compatible Basic. CAT5 4 x 2 x AWG24. CAT5e. Snagless Boot. halogen-free. F/STP. FTP (S=copper braid shield.

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gov/CryptoToolkit/aes RFC 3418: http://www.11a-1999 Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications-Amendment 1: High-speed Physical Layer in the 5 GHz band IEEE 802. 1999 Edition (Reaff 2003) IEEE Standard for Information technology—Telecommunications and information exchange between systems—Local and metropolitan area networks—Specific requirements—Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications—Amendment 4: Further Higher-Speed Physical Layer Extension in the 2.ieee802.ieee.pdf Wi-Fi interoperability http://www.ietf.APPENDIX B FURTHER READING IEEE 802.wi-fi.11g-2003.11g-2003 Amendment to IEEE Std 802.org/rfc/rfc3418.nist.11.11 LAN/MAN standards Physical and MAC layer standards for WLAN networks http://www.11a/h (Wi-Fi 5).11h-2003 Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications: Spectrum and Transmit Power Management Extensions in the 5GHz band in Europe IEEE 802.org/11/ IEEE 802.txt 67 . WPA Wi-Fi technology and business news Wi-Fi Planet: http://www. http://standards.com Wi-Fi test requirements for 802.4 GHz Band.org/reading/ieee/std/lanman/restricted/802.wi-fiplanet.com Wi-Fi security AES Strong data encryption method substitutes WEP as more secure wireless encryption solution: http://csrc.

1.2.255.255.1.255.168.255.3.11. Radio2 192. Radio1.APPENDIX C FACTORY SETTINGS The FlexNET unit is shipped with the settings listed below.168.1 255.1 (none) 255.255.255.168.255.255.0 Enabled (none) (none) 255.0 Enabled 192.255.10.255. Clicking the Factory defaults button in the configuration utility will reset the settings of the unit to these values.1 192.1 192.255. Category Bridge: Setting IP address bridge1 IP address bridge2 Subnet mask Status Bridge member interfaces Value ASN-900 192.10.168.1 255.0 Enabled AP 11b 10dBm 500m asnaccess asnaccess Default 2346 (=disabled) 2346 (=disabled) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Ethernet: IP address Ethernet1 IP address Ethernet2 Subnet mask Status 192.0 Enabled Ethernet2.255.0 Enabled Station 11a 10dBm 7500m Integrated External 2 asnet1 asnet2 Default 2346 (=disabled) 2346 (=disabled) Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Radio settings: IP address radio1 IP address radio2 Subnet mask Status Mode Wireless mode Radio tx power Maximum link length Antenna radio1 Antenna radio2 VSSID settings SSID radio1 SSID radio2 Multicast Data Rate RTS Threshold Fragmentation Threshold WMM Station Isolation Suppress SSID Fast Frames Bursting DSCP 68 .168.1 (not exists) 255.0 Disabled None Value ASN820 192.168.1 192.1 255.168.168.4.

50 514 Disabled Disabled DHCP server: Status Interface Default Lease time Maximum Lease time Client pool-first Client pool-last Domain Name Server (DNS) Secondary DNS Gateway Netmask Domain DHCP relay: Status Clients are on interface Server IP address RoamNET: Status Clients are on interface Server IP address Server password SNMP: Status Read only community Write community Trap Target IP Address Remote Syslog: Status Destination IP address Destination UDP port Netserver: NAT Status Status 69 .168.168.168.1.255.1.168.255.1.50 Disabled Bridge (br0) 192.002 192.250 (none) (none) (none) 255.0 empty Disabled Bridge (br0) 192.002 192.50 Disabled Bridge (br0) 192.1.1.1.1.255.168.168.255.168.Category Setting Security mode ACL Status Value ASN-900 No Encryption Disabled VLAN ID 1 (empty) Value ASN820 No Encryption Disabled VLAN ID 1 (empty) Enabled admin default Full access Disabled bridge 7200 seconds 7200 seconds 192.50 514 Disabled Disabled VLANs Routing: Remote login: Administrators: Management All services Name Password Level Enabled admin default Full access Disabled bridge 7200 seconds 7200 seconds 192.50 default disabled public private (none) Disabled 192.168.1.250 (none) (none) (none) 255.0 empty Disabled Bridge (br0) 192.1.168.50 default disenabled public private (none) Disabled 192.168.1.

Category Setting NAT External interface Value ASN-900 bridge1 Not configured flexnet 600 Value ASN820 bridge1 Not configured Flexnet 600 Radius Status NAS Identifier Retry Interval 70 .

APPENDIX D

DFS FUNCTIONALITY

DFS introduction
Due to the scarcity of radio frequency spectrum, many radio systems have to share spectrum with other radio systems – in one form or another; wireless LANs (also known as radio LANs, or RLANs) are no exception. Wireless LANS are allowed to operate in the 5GHz bands which are also used by many radar systems. DFS is a cornerstone of the world-wide 5GHz frequency allocation to wireless LANs because it allows wireless LANs to share these frequencies with various radar systems. DFS assures that the wireless LANs do not cause interference to the radar systems. Based on the WRC03 - ITU-R Resolution 229 wireless LAN have to protect with incumbent systems; primarily weather radars, satellite radars, and military radars. In order to eliminate potential RLAN interference to the radar systems, a Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) mechanism was introduced in the ITU proceedings. This mechanism is assumed to detect radar emissions and to assure that wireless LANs do not operate on channels on which nearby radars are operating. Per ITU-R Recommendation M.16522, DFS is required in the 5250-5350MHz and 54705725MHz bands. Depending upon the national jurisdiction, radars may operate anywhere within these bands. Specific radar operating frequencies are dependent upon a variety of factors, including types of weather, latitude of operation, and target detection requirements.

RLAN Interference into Radar systems
A radar system transmits a powerful set of narrow pulses into the environment. When these pulses strike an object, their energy is scattered and a small amount of that energy is bounced back towards the transmitting station. The radar‘s receiver then measures the time difference and the frequency shift information to calculate distance and other information about the object it struck. Wireless LANs operating in the 5GHz bands in the vicinity of radar systems can cause interference into the radar receivers if interference mitigation techniques such as DFS are not utilized. Because the RLAN energy is unrelated in time, frequency and phase, the RLAN signals look like powerful noise sources.

How DFS works
The DFS requirements can be split in two parts: the detection criteria and the ―response criteria‖. The former specify the RF power and signal timings of radar signal that the wireless LANs must be able to recognize. The latter describe what the wireless LAN is required to do in response to a detection event. The detection requirements are based on studies and simulations that showed that for wireless LAN operating at 200mW radiated power or less, detection of radar signals of 62dBm or higher was sufficient. For higher power wireless LAN this value is -64dBm. These values are well above the noise floor of the typical wireless LAN receiver. In addition, ITU-R Recommendation M.1652 and its ETSI and FCC derivatives specify a number of radar pulse widths and pulse interval ranges that should be used in the testing of a DFS implementation. The response requirements describe what a wireless LAN is allowed to do before it has to leave the channel, on which it has detected a radar signal, completely. Within 10 seconds, the wireless LAN must cease all transmissions but during these 10 seconds it may continue to send some control information - for a total of 260 milliseconds. This allows wireless LAN devices to coordinate their changes from one channel to another channel. Once a radar has been detected in a given channel, the channel must be abandoned for 30 minutes which is known as the Non Occupancy Period (NOP).

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Figure 60 How DFS works When choosing a new channel to operate on, a wireless LAN device must make sure that channel is not occupied by one or more radar systems. This is done through a channel availability check (CAC) for a minimum amount of time (minutes). Once operating on a channel the wireless LAN must continue to monitor that channel for radar pulses so that it will detect radars that come within its horizon or radars that are switch on while they are in the horizon of the wireless LAN. (See Figure 60)

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APPENDIX E ALLOWED 5GHZ CHANNELS
Allowed 5 GHz frequency bands (Canaux permis bandes de fréquence dans de 5 gigahertz) The below list shows the country codes supported, It is always recommended that you check with your local governing body for possible changes in frequency use, and check are any licences needed for the wireless equipment.

Country ALBANIA 5.15-5.8GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.725 5.825 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.725 5.825 GHz

Country LITHUANIA 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.725 - 5.825 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.875-5.925 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.15 - 6.08

ARGENTINA

LUXEMBOURG

AUSTRALIA

MACAU

AUSTRIA AZERBAIJAN BELGIUM BELIZE BOLVIA BRAZIL

5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.47 - 5.725GHz

MALAYSIA MALTA MEXICO NETHERLANDS NEW_ZEALAND NORWAY

Brazil 5.8 GHz(B1)

5.725 - 5.85 GHz

PANAMA

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM BULGARIA CANADA

5.725.5.85Ghz 5.47 - 5.725 GHz 5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz and 5.47 - 5.725 GHz

PHILIPPINES POLAND Poland 2

Canada DFS(C1)

PORTUGAL

CHINA COLOMBIA

5.725 - 5.85 GHz 5.25 - 5.35 GHz

PUERTO_RICO RUSSIA

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725 GHz 5.35 GHz and 5.5.47 .47 .5.5.35 GHz and 5.47 .47 .725 .5.5.725 .725 .725 .85 GHz 5.47 .5.725 .47 .5.5.825 GHz 5.5.725 5.725 .5.5.25 .725 .5.725 .725 GHz 5.85 GHz 5.825 GHz COSTA RICA 5.47 .47 .5.85 GHz 5.825 GHz 5.5.47 .5.725 GHz 5.35 GHz and 5.85 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.25 .725 .85 GHz GHz 5.825 GHz 5.25 .5.47 .725 GHz 5.5.47 .47 .725 .5.5.15 .870 GHz 5.725 .25 GHz and 5.5.725 GHz 5.5.825 GHz 5.725 .5.725 GHz 5.5.47 .47 .5.47 .5.725 GHz 5.47 .5.5.5.5.5.5.25 .35 GHz and 5.725 GHz 5.5.85 GHz 5.725 .85 TAIWAN THAILAND UNITED KINGDOM UNITED_KINGD OM 2 UNITED_STATE S UNITED_STATE S URUGUAY GUATEMALA HONG KONG HUNGARY ICELAND INDIA IRAN IRELAND Ireland 5.and 5.15 .5.755GHz– 5875GHz 5.5.5.5.725 GHz SAUDIA ARABIA CYPRUS CZECH REPUBLIC DENMARK DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ESTONIA FINLAND FRANCE 5.8 GHz(I1) VENEZUELA 74 .725 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.5.5.15 .85 GHz 5.47 .85 GHz 5.5.47 .35 GHz and 5.5.35 GHz and 5.725 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.725 GHz SINGAPORE SLOVAK REPUBLIC SLOVENIA SOUTH AFRICA SPAIN SWEDEN SWITZERLAND GERMANY GERMANY 2 GREECE 5.47 .725 .725 GHz 5.725 GHz 5.47 .5.

725 .725 GHz 5.725 .5.825 GHz 5.825 GHz 5.47 .5.5.47 .5.GHz ITALY NORTH KOREA KOREA_ROK KOREA REPUBLIC2 LATVIA LIECHTENSTEIN 5.47 .5.725 GHz 5.5.725 .725 GHz Table 4 Channel list 75 .85 GHz 5.

4000 – 2.725 – 5.11a 5.725 – 5.11a 5.850GHz (5 channels) External MTI omni 8.725 – 5.850GHz (5 channels) 9…23dBm 39.725 – 5.11a 5.5dBm 30dBm 76 .850GHz (5 channels) 9…23dBm 44.11a 5. 0.5dBm cable loss) 31dBm Max EIRP allowed ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN900 FCC/ICCanada ASN820/900 FCC/ICCanada Point-toMultipoint link 2 x IEEE 802.850GHz (5 channels) 9…23dBm 56.850 GHz (5 channels) 9…23dBm External Airspan 90° PlanAir HiperAccess 14dBi External MTI 60° sector 17dBi External Airspan 15° PlanAir HiperLink 22dBi External ARC 5° parabolic 30dBi External ARC 3° parabolic 34dBi Integrated 10° panel 23dBi 36.725 – 5.4835GHz 9…23dBm External Airspan 90° PlanAir Access 12dBi 34.5dBm No limit Point-toPoint link 2 x IEEE 802.725 – 5.11a 5.5dBm 36dBm Point-toPoint link 2 x IEEE 802.11a 5. et les combinaisons de radio/d'antenne avec des produits de AIRSPAN FCC/IC-Canada) Radio specifications Product Model Application Radios Frequency area (GHz) Radio unit transmit power levels (dBm) 9…23dBm Antennas Max configurable transmit power levels (incl.5dBm No limit Point-toPoint link 2 x IEEE 802.850GHz (5 channels) 9…23dBm 46dBm No limit Client access 2 x IEEE 802.5dBi 36dBm Point-toMultipoint link 2 x IEEE 802.850GHz (5 channels) 9…23dBm 52.11a 5.725 – 5.5dBm No limit Point-toPoint link 2 x IEEE 802.5dBm 36dBm Point-toMultipoint link 2 x IEEE 802.11b/g 2.APPENDIX F ALLOWED TRANSMIT POWER LEVELS Allowed transmit power levels and radio/antenna combinations with AIRSPAN FCC/ICCanada products (Laissé transmettez les niveaux de puissance.

+/.2dB 15dBm +/. +/.2dB Table 6 Receiver sensitivities ASN-900E/UK Rate 111Mbps 624Mbps 36Mbps 48Mbps 54Mbps Power 802.2dB 17 dBm.2dB -70dBm.2 dB 14dBm. +/.11a 20 dBm. +/.11b/g 20dBm +/. +/.2dB 21dBm +/.2dB Power 802.2dB 25dBm +/.2dB Table 7 Transmit Power levels Rate 1Mbps Level (55005825MHz) Level (24122472MHz) -92dBm +/.11a 18dBm.2dB 17dBm +/.ASN-900FCC Rate 1-11Mbps 6-24Mbps 36Mbps 48Mbps 54Mbps Power 802.2dB Table 5 Transmit Power levels Rate 6 Mbps 54 Mbps Level (55005825MHz) -88dBm.2dB 77 . +/.2dB Level (24122472MHz) -90dBm +/.11b/g 25dBm +/.2dB 23dBm +/.2 dB 13dBm.2dB 18dBm +/.2 dB Power 802.2dB 22dBm +/.2dB 20dBm +/. +/.2dB 13 dBm.2dB -74dBm +/. +/.2 dB 16dBm. +/. +/.2dB 16 dBm.

2dB -70dBm +/.2dB -87dBm +/. +/.6Mbps 11Mbps 54Mbps -90dBm.2dB Table 8 Receiver sensitivities 78 .2dB -90dBm +/. +/.2dB -70dBm.

3. 5.168.1.2. Leave both AES and WEP disabled. Check that Interface Status is Disabled.0 192.168.1. Check the settings. The default configuration can be used.0 netmask 255.168. Two computers (one for each subnet/ASN-900 device) allow to test the routing between subnets. 2.255.168.255.0 netmask 255. On Interface Status. SSID: asnet1.255. Press OK.255.0). Go to NETWORKING>Bridge1. Go to NETWORKING>Ethernet2.168.3.1. Go to NETWORKING>Ethernet1. 7. Subnet 1: 192. Go to NETWORKING>Radio1.168. 6. or the antenna that is being simulated with cables and attenuators (typically 14 dBi). 3.255. Subnet Mask: 255.168. Go to NETWORKING>Radio2.0 / 255.0 At minimum. IP Address: 192. Set the antenna gain to match the antenna in use. On Interface Status.255.1 ASN-900 unit 2 Ethernet1: 192.1. This interface is not needed.255.1. The ASN-900 recognizes the locally connected networks from the interface configuration (192.1 radio1: 192.255.3. Login to the web interface via Ethernet 1 using the IP address 192.3. Mode: AP. Go to NETWORKING>Bridge2.255. Interface Status: Enabled. a computer with an Ethernet port with configurable IP address and a crossover Ethernet cable is needed. This interface will be used for the link.168.0. 8. Check the following settings and change if necessary. select Disabled.1.1. It is assumed that the ASN-900 units are using factory default settings and have the correct software installed.0.255.168. 9.1.168.0 / 255.168. This interface is not needed.168.0 / 255. Any packets going to that network should first be sent to the other ASN-900 unit (unit 2). Keep the other values as default. Check that Interface Status is Disabled.1 radio1: 192.0 netmask 255.3.1.2. Radio link: 192. Go to NETWORKING>Routing.3.2. Radio tx power: 0 dBm (for testing purposes).255.0 Clients Clients This is an example of using two ASN-900 units to connect two separate IP subnets.0 Subnet 2: 192. select External 1 as Antenna.2. 4. Press OK.1.168.255.0 192. Press OK.50 and connect it to the Ethernet 1 port of unit 1 with a crossover Ethernet cable.168. IP Address: 192. Configure the PC to have IP address 192.255.APPENDIX G PRODUCTS ROUTING CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE WITH TWO ASN-900 ASN-900 unit 1 Ethernet1: 192.255. Interface Status: Enabled.2 192. select Disabled. Configuring unit 1 (AP): 1.168. It cannot route anything directly to network 192.168. which 79 . When using antenna cables in testing environment. and routes the data traffic between them.0 The radio link between the units constitutes the third subnet.168.0 and 192.

0. Press OK. When using antenna cables in testing environment. Subnet Mask: 255. the configuration commit takes several minutes. The unit 2 has access to other ―unknown‖ networks.2.3.50 to access the device again. Login to the web interface via Ethernet 1 using the IP address 192. 5. Go to NETWORKING>Radio2. Interface Status: Enabled. which then routes them to the final destination. Because the IP address of the Ethernet port will change.0 Gateway: 192. To set the default route. Netmask: 0.0. 10. Set the antenna gain to match the antenna in use. change the IP address of your PC to 192. The browser might get jammed. or the antenna that is being simulated with cables and attenuators (typically 14 dBi). Press OK. Press OK. Check IP connectivity between units 80 .0.2.168. Mode: Station. Go to NETWORKING>Routing.0. Go to NETWORKING>Bridge2. 4. Configuration of the base stations is ready. enter the following values.0. Check that the line appears.50 (or use the same PC as for configuring the first unit) and connect it to the Ethernet 1 port of unit 1 with a crossover Ethernet cable.1. Go to NETWORKING>Ethernet1.255.50 and netmask 255. This interface will be used for the link. The routing setting mirrors the other unit.0.0. To set the default route. 10.2. 3. When reconfiguring 802. Now. On Interface Status.0 Gateway: 192.0. Destination: 0. Here also we set the other unit (unit 1) as default gateway. 8.2.3.0. Configuration of the base stations is now ready. If this happens.1. 11. Do NOT press Commit Settings button yet. This interface is not needed. Check that Interface Status is Disabled.0 and enter the new IP of the Ethernet 1 port to the address field of your browser.0. select Disabled. select Disabled.2. Press OK. Netmask: 0. Press Commit Settings. Click Add. 7. Check that Interface Status is Disabled. all the IP packets that have an ―unknown‖ destination are sent to the unit 2.168.will be available in address 192. Access the GUI of either base station.1. Check the following settings and change if necessary.3. reconfigure your PC to have IP address 192. Leave both AES and WEP disabled. Go to NETWORKING>Bridge1. Press Commit Settings. Go to NETWORKING>Radio1. 9. Interface Status: Enabled. Keep the other values as default. The new settings will now be taken into use.2. Radio tx power: 0 dBm (for testing purposes). On Interface Status. enter the following values.1.168. This means that the radio layer between units is ok. 11. This interface is not needed.255.1. IP Address: 192.168. Check the settings and change if necessary.168.3. select External 1 as Antenna. 2. We need to set the other unit (unit 2) as default gateway.255. Testing the setting Check association. Click Add. 6. Check that the line appears.0. IP Address: 192. Note that the IP address of the device will change later when configuration is committed.168.255.11a mode AP radio. Configure the PC to have IP address 192. On the main menu. Configuring unit 2 (Station): 1.168. click Association.168.168. Below the AP MAC Address and Signal labels the MAC address of the other ASN-900 unit and a signal strength indicator appears. If you accidentally do press it. Destination: 0. The new settings will now be taken into use. SSID: asnet1. the browser gets jammed. Go to NETWORKING>Ethernet2. To access the device again. wait for a while and try to log in again.

1. 0% packet loss‖ on the second last line. 5 received. Go to Utilities>Network testing tools. If the GUI of unit 2 is accessible on that address. The report should end with ―5 packets transmitted. Check routing Use a PC connected to unit 1.2. the routing works.1.1.168. Routing between subnets Two PCs.1.1.3.168.1. write destination address 192. 81 . Select Ping. Unit 1 routes packets between the PC and unit 2.50.1.3. should be able to ping each other if the default gateway is the ASN-900 on that subnet. The ping test takes about 5 seconds.168. set the default gateway of the PC to 192.168.168. Check that the GUI of unit 1 can be reached at http://192. This tests that the ASN-900 units can send IP packets to each other.Access the unit 1 user interface (at http://192.168.50).2 and click OK at the end of page (the arping interface setting has no effect). The PC must have IP address 192.168. Try to connect to http://192. using PC with IP 192. one on each subnet. Also.1.

a network owner may prefer to give priority to video streaming over voice. best effort. While the four ACs were designed with specific types of traffic (voice. which correspond to priority levels (Figure 61).1d. For instance. WMM leaves the network owner free to choose the most appropriate network-wide policy and to decide which ACs have priority.APPENDIX H WMM IMPLEMENTATION IN THE FLEXNET PRODUCTS WMM defines four access service categories derived from 802. TXOP = Transmission Opportunity. The abbreviations for the headers in the table are as follows: AC = Access Category. 82 . AIFSN = Arbitrary Inter-Frame Space Number. low priority data) and associated priorities in mind. CW = Contention Window. Figure 61 WMM Access categories The next two tables show the settings for each AC class as defined in the software. video.

Figure 62 WMM parameters in ASNET In the Following pictures we show two examples of three RTP streams. 10Mbps RTP stream simulating IPTV marked as Video Traffic Pair 3. First example is running with QoS and the second one without. The three RTP streams are setup as follows Pair 1. 14Mbps RTP stream simulating IPTV marked as Background traffic Pair 2. This setup involves a WMM client sending QoS tagged traffic through a WMM aware link. 14Mbps RTP stream simulating IPTV marked as Background traffic but has an initial delay of 10 seconds before the stream begins Figure 63 WMM not enabled 83 .

Figure 64 WMM enabled The DSCP bit 6 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 5 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 DSCP bit 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 DSCP bit 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP hex 0x38 0x30 0x28 0x20 0x18 0x10 0x08 0x00 DSCP dec 56 48 40 32 24 16 8 0 802.1p. 802.1d 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 WMM AC AC_VO AC_VO AC_VI AC_VI AC_BE AC_BK AC_BK AC_BE Table 9 DSCP.1d 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 WMM AC AC_VO AC_VO AC_VI AC_VI AC_BE AC_BK AC_BK AC_BE Table 9 shows common mappings between DSCP. WMM mappings 84 .1p and WMM DSCP bit 6 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 5 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 DSCP bit 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 DSCP bit 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP bit 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DSCP hex 0x38 0x30 0x28 0x20 0x18 0x10 0x08 0x00 DSCP dec 56 48 40 32 24 16 8 0 802. 802.

asVLAN.asSetIP.asRCMaxLinkLength radio.asVLANConfig.asIP.asVLANTable.asRadioControlTable.asRCChannelSelection radio.asRadioAssociationsTable.as BridgeVLANStatus asBridge.asIPDescr asBridge.asRadioControlTable.asRadioAssociations.asRCMode radio.asRadioAssociationsTable. the object belongs to the flexNet module in FLEXNET-MIB GENERAL Name: String Location: String Coordinates: String settings. Radio Tx Power: Integer.asInterfaceVLANNumber asServices.asRCAntennaSelection 85 .asBridgeVLANConfigTable.asLocation settings.asSetIPTable.asRadioControlTable.asAssociatio nSpeed radio. like mib2.asVLANName ETHERNET IP Address: IpAddress Subnet Mask: IpAddress flexNet.asIPDescr RADIO IP Address: IpAddress Subnet Mask: IpAddress flexNet. radio Tx speed Maximum link length: Integer Antenna type: Internal/External radio.APPENDIX I SUPPORTED SNMP PARAMETERS Unless other module. is written explicitly.ifTable.asRadioAssociations.asRCWirelessMode radio.asRCChannelSelection radio.asSetIP.asRadioControl. dBm value Data rate: Integer.asBridgeVLANConfigTable.asRadioControl.asRadioControl.asIPDescr Radio Settings Mode: AP or Station Wireless mode Channel selection: Automatic/manual.asSetIPTable.asBridgeVLAN Config.asIP.asBridgeConfig.asSetIPTable.asBridgeVLAN Config.asIPDescr flexNet.asAssociatio nSignal NETWORKING BRIDGE IP Address: Char Subnet Mask: Char VLAN tagging: enable/disable Integer Status of Interface in Bridge: trunk/untagged: Integer VLAN number: Integer VLAN name: String asIP.asIP.asVLANConfig.asSetIPTable.asSetIP.asSetIPTable.asSetIP.asName settings.asVirtualAPConfiguration.asBridgeConfigTable.asRadioAssociationsTable.asIP.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asRadioAssociationsTable.asCoordinates ASSOCIATIONS (READ ONLY) OWN MAC: String ESSID: String Frequency: Integer MAC Address: String Speed: Integer Signal: Integer mib2.asSetIPTable.asRadioControlTable.asRadioControl.asRadioAssociations.asSetIP.asRadioControlTable.asIPDescr flexNet.asRadioControl.interfaces.ifPhysAddress radio.as VAPDataRate radio.asAssociatio nMAC radio.asAssociatio nIfName radio.asInterfaceStatus asBridge.asRadioControl.asRadioAssociations.asRadioControlTable.asRadioControlTable.ifEntry.asIPDescr asIP.asRCTxPower asVAP.asSetIP.asRadioControl.asBridgeSettings.

asAccessControl.asVAP.asVAPFragmentationThreshold radio.asVirtualAPEncryptionTable.as VAPWEPKeyEntryMethod radio.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVirtualAPEncryption.asAccessControlTable.asACL.asVirtualAPEncryption.as VAPWEPKeyLength radio.asAccessControl.asVirtualAPEncryptionTable.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVAPDSCP Data Encryption Settings Security mode selection WPA-PSK pass phrase: String minimum 8 characters WEP key entry method: enabled/disabled WEP key length: Integer.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.as VAPWEPKey ACL ACL address modify/delete ACL status per SSID.asRadioControl.asAccessControlTable.asAccessControl.asACL.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVAPDSCPEnable radio.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asVAPSuperAGFastFrames radio. 40/64.asVAP. Off/White list: Integer ACL address modify/delete asServices.asVAP.asAccessControlTable.asAccessControlTable..asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asVAPWirelessMultimedia radio.asAcce ssControlStatus SERVICES Radius ACL address modify/delete ACL status per SSID.RCBeaconInterval VSSID Settings SSID: String.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asAccessControl.asAccessControlTable.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVAPDesiredSSID radio.asVAP.asVirtualAPEncryptionTable.asACL.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.Antenna gain: Integer Beacon Interval: Integer (25.asVAP.asVAP.asVirtualAPEncryptionTable.asRadioControlTable. 128/156 WEP key: ASCII/Hexadecimal radio.asVAPStationIsolation radio.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVAP.asACL.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asRadioControlTable.asACL.asVAP.asACL. Off/White list: Integer ACL address modify/delete ACL status per SSID.asACL.asVAPRTSThreshold radio. Off/White list: Integer asServices.asAccessControlTable.asVAP.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.as VAPSecurityMode radio.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.63): Integer radio.asAcce ssControlListAddress asServices.asVAP.asVAPsuppressSSID radio.asRCAntennaGain radio.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asVirtualAPEncryptionTable.asAccessControl.as VAPWPAPSKPassphrase radio.asAcce ssControlStatus asServices.asAcce ssControlListAddress 86 .1000 radio.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVirtualAPEncryption.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asAcce ssControlListAddress asServices. maximum 32 characters RTS threshold: Integer with value 12346 Fragmentation threshold: Integer with value. 256-2346 Wireless Multimedia Extensions (WMM) Enabled / Disabled Suppress SSID: Enabled/Disabled Integer Station isolation Enabled / Disabled Bursting Enabled / Disabled: Integer Compression Enabled / Disabled: Integer Fast Frames Enabled / Disabled: Integer DSCP Enabled / Disabled: Integer DSCP (0.asVAPSuperAGCompression radio.asAccessControl.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVirtualAPConfigurati on.asVirtualAPEncryption.asVirtualAPEncryption.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asAcce ssControlStatus asServices.asVAP.asVAPSuperAGBursting radio.asAccessControl.asAcce ssControlListAddress asServices. 104/128.asVAP.asVirtualAPConfigurationTable.asVAP.asVAP.asVAP..asAccessControlTable.asRadioControl.asVAP.

SNMP trap notifications Cold boot Warm boot Reconfig Radar detection info Association lost New association enterprises.nsNotifyRestart enterprises.nsNotifyRestart notifications.netSnmp.netSnmp.asNotifyAssociation 87 .nsNotifyStart enterprises.netSnmp.netSnmpNotification s.netSnmpNotification s.netSnmpNotificationPrefix.netSnmpNotificationPrefix.asNotifyAssociationLost notifications.asNotifyRadar notifications.netSnmpNotification s.netSnmpNotificationPrefix.

DTE=Data Terminal Equipment. The serial RS232 connector on the unit is standard DB9 female connector and its pin assignment is uniform with the EIA232 standard. Using the serial interface The serial connection can be established by connecting the FlexNET product to the PC (laptop) by using 9 pin serial cable (DB9F – DB9M.APPENDIX J INFORMATION FOR RS-232 INTERFACE Serial RS232 interface The serial RS232 interface can be used for local management. With some PCs the serial cable connection can cause factory reset. as well as resetting the unit to factory defaults. Note2: Unplug the serial cable from the PC if it is not used 88 . Serial connection properties Port: Bits per second: Data bits: Parity: Stop bits: Flow control: COM1 or some other serial port where the serial cable is connected 9600 8 None 1 None Note1: Unplug the serial cable from the PC when powering up the FlexNET unit. pin-to-pin) and using serial terminal program such as HyperTerminal (Win) or PuTTY (Win & Linux) with the serial connection properties presented below. which is contrary for the DTE (usually the PC). Figure 65 Serial RS232 (DB9 female) connector on the unit Figure 66 Pin numbering on the female DB9 connector Pin number 2 3 5 Signal definition Transmitted data (DCE) Received data (DCE) Signal ground Table 10 Pin assignment of the used RS232 pins on the FlexNET unit DCE=Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (usually the modem).

See Page 53 Resetting the unit with the reset tool Figure 67 The Reset tool 89 . The factory default tool is labelled as ―reset‖ tool.Resetting the unit to factory defaults The factory defaults can be loaded by using the factory default tool as illustrated below.

L‘opération sous réserve des conditions suivantes : Ce dispositif peut ne pas causer l‘interférence nocive.gov.séparez l‘équipement et le récepteur plus loin . qui peut être déterminée en mettant l‘équipement au loin et en marche. Démontez le produit de la puissance fonctionnante avant le nettoyage. Ce dispositif doit accepter n‘importe quelle interférence reçue comprenant l‘interférence qui causent l‘opération peu désirée Avertissant ! Rayonnement électromagnétique. Notification de normalisation Les caractéristiques et les paramètres du dispositif décrit dans ce document sont sujets au changement sans communication préalable. il n‘y a aucune garantie que l‘interférence ne se produira pas dans une installation particulière. Vérifiez que la source correcte de courant alternatif Est disponible pour l‘adapter à C. Avertissement! Un installateur professionnel doit installer la station et les antennes de base. Aux États-Unis et le maximum du Canada permis transmettez les niveaux de puissance et des fréquences de canal sont montrées dans l‘annexe 5. pour produire 12.. 90 . voir le www. Cet équipement produit. (FCC 15. si non installé et utilisé selon ce guide. Cependant.reliez l‘équipement à une sortie sur un circuit différent de celui auquel le récepteur est relié Veuillez étudier les directives de normalisation d‘abord permises montrées dans l‘annexe 5. peut causer l‘interférence nocive aux communications par radio.gc. voir le www. Pour l‘information de normalisation américaine. Vous êtes averti que les changements ou les modifications pas expressément approuvés par la pièce responsable de la conformité pourraient vider l‘autorité de l‘utilisateur pour actionner l‘équipement. Veuillez garder ces produit et antennes relatives à une distance 20 centimètres de corps humain. Pour l‘information de normalisation canadienne. Instructions de sûreté Ce document doit être passé en revue pour la familiarisation avec le produit et les instructions avant opération. On permet seulement à le produit de ASN-900 d‘être employé avec des antennes de Airspan et des accessoires (alimentation d‘énergie PSU-3) et des diviseurs de puissance. l‘utilisateur est encouragé à corriger l‘interférence par un ou plusieurs des méthodes suivantes : . Les informations fournies ici sont sur « de même que » la base. emploie et rayonne de l‘énergie sur les fréquences par radio et.A.réorientez ou replacez l‘antenne de réception .21) Note sur les émissions électromagnétiques Ce dispositif est conforme à la partie 15 des règles fédérales de la Commission de communications (FCC)..ca. Si cet équipement cause l‘interférence nocive à la radio ou la réception des émissions télévisées. Vérifiez qu‘un au sol non interruptible de la terre de sûreté existe de la source d‘énergie principale et des circuits moulus du produit. aucune garantie ou forme physique n‘est impliquée.fcc. qui décrivent des configurations permises de produit.APPENDIX K TRADUCTIONS FRANÇAISES DES MAJEURES PARTIES POUR DES CONDITIONS DE NORMALISATION CANADIENNES Déni voir l’annexe A pour la traduction française Tandis que tout effort a été fait de rendre ce livre aussi complet et aussi précis comme possible.ic. Les auteurs et l‘éditeur n‘auront ni la responsabilité ni la responsabilité à toute personne ou l‘entité en ce qui concerne n‘importe quelle perte ou des dommages résultant de l‘information contenue en ce livre. 20 volts continu pour le produit.

. et des concepts de réseau. sur une tour.) la direction peut être librement choisie si l‘antenne intégrée n‘est pas utilisée.. Dans les installations d‘intérieur (par exemple entrepose etc. 2 1/3 pouce). des limites. Installation de mât d’antenne Les figures suivantes présentent l‘installation dans la pipe de mât d‘antenne . 60mm (approximativement 1 ¾. Un installateur professionnel doit installer la station et les antennes de base.Instructions d’installation Le ASN-900 est conçu pour l‘environnement extérieur d‘installation. -Upper mounting bracket (Support d‘Uppoer) -Grounding bolt (Fondre le boulon) -Lower mounting bracket (Abaissez le boulon de fixation) -Aluminum enclosure (Clôture en aluminium) Direction d’installation Les connecteurs doivent toujours être en bas dans les installations extérieures.. un bâtiment grand ou un mât d‘antenne... 91 . L‘installateur devrait également être au courant des structures.. diamètres de pipe d‘antenne 45.

les antennes employant la même radio devraient se diriger directement vis-à-vis des directions de l‘un l‘autre. En outre la longueur des câbles entre les antennes et le diviseur de puissance devrait être identique pour assurer la force égale de signal aux deux cellules. Les figures suivantes présentent l‘installation du diviseur de puissance. 92 . Pour la meilleure opération. Diviseur de puissance Vous pouvez relier deux antennes de secteur à une radio en employant un diviseur de puissance.Aligner l’antenne Le technicien d‘installation doit mécaniquement aligner les antennes pour la meilleure assurance. Le diviseur de puissance réduit le niveau du signal de sortie par le dBm 3.

de l‘IC 15. dans les circonstances où le produit a été employé dans les conditions indiquées en termes de conditions environnementales et interfaces appropriées (les données connectent. Déni La politique de garantie et d‘entretien de Airspan Networks est que l‘équipement est manipulé comme unité intégrée. Airspan Networks peut alors envoyer une unité de remplacement. ASN-900 est embarqué avec les dispositifs de couverture protecteurs sur les deux connecteurs d‘Ethernet par défaut. Airspan Networks n‘est ni l‘un ni l‘autre responsable pour ne compenser aucuns dommages ou conséquence aux clients. Connecteurs de N qui ne sont pas humidité correctement scellée de laiss pour écrire le raccordement. de la FCC 15. qui sont provoqués par incorrect. Les instructions de câblage détaillées sont dans l‘annexe 1. La période de garantie commence à partir de la livraison du produit. Câblage d’Ethernet La longueur maximum de l‘Ethernet câblant sans répéteurs ou amplificateurs est de 100 mètres (330 pieds). L‘échec d‘équipement est défini comme défaut qui est provoqué par un échec composant ou un défaut de fonctionnement de système qui empêche l‘utilisation du produit selon des caractéristiques. Des instructions de câblage détaillées peuvent être trouvées dans l‘annexe 1 Couverture protectrice de connecteur Si les connecteurs d‘Ethernet ne sont pas utilisés vous devez couvrir les connecteurs par un dispositif de couverture protecteur. non spécifié. Airspan Networks garanties que le produit est conforme avec les normes de la FCC 15. Des instructions pour des pièces de rechange et leur utilisation sont indiquées séparément.11 a/b/g).407 (802. 93 . vous devez survivre à au joint les connecteurs de N à l‘aide du joint attachez du ruban adhésif. alimentation d‘énergie). selon le but indiqué de l‘utilisation. ou l‘expédition d‘une unité de rechange. La tension d‘alimentation de l‘alimentation d‘énergie est de 24 volts continu. qui mène aux problèmes de dégradation ou d‘assurance d‘exécution. ou aux dépositaires de cela. Dans aucun cas Airspan Networks sera responsable des conséquences d‘un défaut de fonctionnement d‘équipement aux activités du client dans les affaires ou d‘autres activités.11a). Quand des pièces de rechange ou les accessoires sont considérés ceux-ci sont en dehors de de la portée de cette garantie d‘équipement. En cas de défaut grave d‘équipement. de l‘IC 15-407 (802. L‘alimentation d‘énergie est une unité externe conçue pour l‘opération dans l‘environnement extérieur. Voir la documentation de produit pour des instructions détaillées sur l‘utilisation et l‘installation. Garantie Airspan Networks fournit une garantie de 12 mois pour l‘échec d‘équipement.11 a/b/g).247 (802.Puissance câblant en utilisant l’alimentation de l’énergie PSU-3 L‘unité d‘alimentation de l‘énergie PSU-3 peut alimenter un produit de station de base de ASN-900. Airspan Networks payera l‘expédition coûtée quand l‘équipement est retourné après la réparation. Le client enverra le produit à Airspan Networks pour la réparation et l‘analyse. L‘équipement défaillant sera retourné à Airspan Networks ou à son associé de distribution dans les 30 jours de l‘échec. La garantie d‘équipement ne couvre pas des échecs provoqués par les forces normales (tonnerre). Le client payera l‘expédition coûtée reliée avec le retour du produit. l‘abus ou l‘exécution injustifiée de l‘équipement en service. les variations dans l‘approvisionnement de l‘électricité. Le câblage d‘Ethernet doit accomplir des caractéristiques de câble extérieur de ftp de la catégorie CAT5.247 (802. le mauvais traitement utile ou l‘abus comme le désossage du produit.11a) et du CEI 60950. Application de la bande coaxiale de joint En utilisant l‘unité avec les antennes externes. illégal.

ASN -810E/UK. Contact information In Espoo. ASN -820E/UK and ASN -900E/UK) are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of directive 1999/5/EC. ASN -800E/UK.com www. Declares that these Radio LAN devices (ASN-700E/UK.2.1): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM).2 of the R&TTE Directive EN 60950 (IEC 60950-1-2001): Safety of information technology equipment EN 301 489-1 and EN 301 489-17 (v 1.radionet.com st 94 . Finland 1 February 2008. ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services Airspan Networks Finland (Radionet Ltd.3): Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN).4 of directive 1999/5/EC. 5 GHz high performance RLAN.R&TTE Notification according to article 6. +358-9-4392 1070 Fax +358-9-4126 762 www.) Tel. data transmission equipment operating in the 2. EN 301 893 (v 1.4.airspan. In the evaluation of the requirements for compliance with the European RTT&E directive (1999/5/EC). following standards were applied: EN 300 328-1 (v 1. Airspan Networks Finland (Radionet Ltd. Airspan Networks Finland (Radionet Ltd).4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques. Harmonized EN covering essential requirements of article 3.) is a vendor responsible for compliance of these products.2. Declaration of conformity Hereby.1): Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters(ERM) Wideband Transmission systems.

Fax: +44 (0) 1895 467472 E-mail: support@airspan.com Customer Service Help-Desk for customer service emergency Airspan Communications Limited Cambridge House Oxford Road Uxbridge Middlesex UB8 1UN Int.com 95 .com Internet: www.airspan. Tel: +44 (0) 1895 467467 Int.GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION UK Office for sales and general enquiries Airspan Communications Ltd Cambridge House Oxford Road Uxbridge Middlesex UB8 1UN Call: +44 (0) 1895 467100 Fax: +44 (0) 1895 467101 E-mail: sales@airspan.

Right of modification reserved. FlexNET ASN-700. in writing. All rights reserved. The courses are tailored to provide the level of training required by the operator/user. or reduced to any medium without prior consent. 96 . No part of this manual may be reproduced or used except as authorised by contract or other written permission. and have experience in installing. Airspan provides a range of comprehensive training courses specifically aimed at providing operators/users of Airspan products with the prerequisite skills to install. This document may not in whole or in part be copied. ASN-810.COPYRIGHT INFORMATION Airspan Networks Inc 2008 The information in this document is proprietary to Airspan Networks Inc. ASN-820 and ASN-900 are brands of Airspan Networks Inc. This equipment is conditioned by the requirement that no modifications are made to the equipment unless the changes or modifications are expressly approved by the Airspan Communications Corporation Prerequisite skills: Personnel installing. commissioning and maintaining telecommunications products. commissioning. from Airspan Networks Incorporated. ASN-800. and maintaining the Airspan products must have a basic knowledge of telephony and radio communications. reproduced. This manual is subject to revision. This manual is supplied without liability for errors or omissions. commission and or maintain the product.

Americas United States Africa South Africa Airspan has offices in the following countries: Asia Pacific Australia China Indonesia Japan New Zealand Philippines Sri Lanka Worldwide Headquarters: Airspan Networks Inc. 777 Yamato Road. Oxford Road. Cambridge House.How to find out more about Airspan products and solutions For more information about Airspan. its products and solutions.com Czech Republic Poland Or write to us at one of the addresses below. Suite 105 Boca Raton. Uxbridge.airspan. please visit our Web site: Europe www. Middlesex UB8 1UN UK Tel: +1 561 893 8670 Fax: +1 561 893 8671 Tel: +44 (0) 1895 467 100 Fax: +44 (0) 1895 467 101 97 . Russia United Kingdom Finland We will be delighted to send you additional information on any of our products and their applications around the world. Florida 33431-4408 USA Main Operations: Airspan Communications Ltd.

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