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Table of Contents

Introduction........................................................................................................................... 5 Networking Capabilities .................................................................................................. 7 Applications .................................................................................................................... 8 Hardware Description & Requirements ........................................................................... 9 Package Contents ........................................................................................................ 10 Front Panel ................................................................................................................... 11 Rear Panel.................................................................................................................... 13 Installing the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™.................................................................................... 14 Positioning the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ ........................................................................... 14 Installation Using a Splitter ........................................................................................... 15 Installing the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™............................................................................... 16 Resetting the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™.............................................................................. 16 Setting Up your Computer ............................................................................................ 16 Enabling the TCP/ IP Protocol ...................................................................................... 16 Wi-Fi Connection .......................................................................................................... 17 Configuring the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ ............................................................................... 21 HOME PAGE ................................................................................................................ 21 WIRELESS Menu ......................................................................................................... 24 NAT Menu .................................................................................................................... 29 FIREWALL Menu.......................................................................................................... 30 USB Menu .................................................................................................................... 36 TOOLS Menu ............................................................................................................... 46 Appendix A: Technical Specifications .............................................................................. 47 Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions........................................................................ 50 Appendix C: Troubleshooting............................................................................................ 51

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Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, INTRACOM TELECOM S.A. declares that JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1995/5/EC. For further information please visit http://emc.intracom.gr/

Equipment Disposal
Disposal of old electrical and electronic equipment (applicable through the European Union and other European countries with separate waste collection systems). This symbol, found on this product and any of its parts or on its operating instructions or on its packaging, indicates that electrical and electronic equipment may not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. Instead, this product should be handed over to applicable collection points for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product. By recycling, reusing and other forms of recovery of old electrical and electronic equipment you are making an important contribution to the conservation of natural resources and to the protection of the environment. For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local municipal authorities, municipal waste disposal service or the store where you purchased this product.

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Important Safety Information
Follow all the instructions with care. You must read the following safety information carefully before you install or remove the device.
• Use only the power adapter that is supplied with the unit. The use of an alternative adapter can damage the device and invalidate the warranty Use an electrical outlet within easy distance. Take care not to damage the power cable To avoid electrical shock, do not open the device To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose your device to rain or moisture, liquid and toxic substances Particular care must be taken during installation and removal of cables and telephone line Never touch the non-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected from the network interface Ensure the correct ventilation of the device. Do not obstruct the air exhaust outlets and do not lean anything over the device Place the device out of direct sunlight and away from sources of heat Avoid using your device during an electrical storm as it may cause an electrical shock The device generates and uses Radio Frequency (RF) energy. In some environments, the use of RF energy is not permitted. The user should seek local advice on whether or not RF energy is permitted within the area of intended use

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Introduction

Overview

The JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ device (see photo below) is a Router that employs ADSL2+ technology, having the capability to provide a cost-effective means of sharing a single broadband Internet connection, between several wired and wireless computers. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ is also applicable to SOHO customers for the provisioning of broadband services from a single access point.

The incorporated firewall capability provides protection against malicious invasions that could allow access to your files or damage of your computers. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ also provides two VoIP channels that allow you to connect existing analogue telephone devices. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ is the ideal solution for: • • • • • Connecting multiple PCs and Video game consoles Sharing broadband internet connections with all home computers Sharing access to printers and peripherals for all computers in your home wirelessly or through the USB Host (Printers & USB Sticks) Performing VoIP calls Supporting bandwidth critical applications like IPTV

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ is designed to implement an “always-on” Internet connection through the featured high speed ADSL2+ interface. The local network connection capabilities of the device are listed below: • • • • Four switched 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet ports One Universal Serial Bus 2.0 (USB), operating as a Host One IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Access Point Two FXS phone ports for analogue phones
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Features and Benefits

The features of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ are summarized below: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shared Internet connection for both wired and wireless computers on your network High speed 802.11b/g wireless networking No need for a dedicated, “always on” computer for Internet connection Compatible with Windows and Macintosh computers Web-based configuration Centralization of all network address settings (DHCP) USB Host Port to connect various devices such as printers and USB flash disks1 Virtual server to enable remote and secure access to Web, FTP, email, Telnet and other services provided from your network Incorporated Firewall for protection against internet hacker attacks Wireless Security (WEP, WPA, WPA2-PSK) to prevent unauthorized use of your internet connection. NAT functionality that allows multiple users to have access to the Internet through a single user account VPN pass-through (IPSec-ESP Tunnel mode, L2TP, PPTP) Support of applications requiring multiple connections (userdefinable) Voice-over-IP (VoIP) functionality supporting existing analogue phones Auto Wi-Fi Configuration (WPS)

VoIP Services

Using VoIP, instead of making calls over the regular telephone network, calls are made over internet (IP), either through your Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) connection or through your local network (LAN). Calls made to other VoIP devices, anywhere in the world, are generally free, while long distance calls are much cheaper to regular telephone calls made through the public telephone network. The basic functionalities of the device include the conversion of an analogue voice signal to digital, the encoding and then compression of the signal into Internet protocol (IP) packets. The device is equipped with a digital signal processor (DSP), which segments the voice signal into frames and stores them in voice packets. These voice packets are encoded using the G.711, G.723.3 and G.729 standards used by encoders - decoders (Codec) of the market.

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More USB devices like WEB cameras will be supported in the future with firmware upgrades

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Networking Capabilities

Connection diagram

The following figure illustrates a typical network. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ provides you the capability of connecting to the Internet. Simultaneously, it has the capability of directly connect to other computers, therefore expanding your existing network. The device allows connectivity to 10/100 Mbit/s devices and wireless IEEE 802.11b/g compatible devices, making it easy to create a network in small offices and homes as well as support Internet Access through an ADSL connection. Since many DSL providers use PPPoE or PPPoA to establish communications with end users, the device includes built-in clients for these protocols, eliminating the need to install the related software on your computer.

POTS Line

POTS POTS

Voice Splitter Residential Connection Point (NID) Data Wi-Fi

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2
LAN USB Clients

Clients

VoIP Ethernet Hub or Switch VoIP LAN (extension)

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Applications
The advanced networking features of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ device are summarized below.

USB Printer Sharing (LAN & WAN)

Using the implemented USB Host the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ can be used for Printer sharing in a LAN or WAN configuration thus the printer can be accessed remotely from a different location.

File Sharing (LAN & WAN)

Using the implemented USB Host the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ can be used for File Sharing by connecting your USB Flash memory stick. Your files could be accessed either from LAN or WAN (Internet).

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Hardware Description & Requirements

General description

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ incorporates ADSL2+ to allow connection to the Internet or to a remote site, via the associated port. This device can be connected directly to your PC or to a local area network using any of the four Fast Ethernet LAN ports. Access speed to the Internet depends on your service type. Full-rate ADSL2+ provides up to 24 Mbit/s downstream and 1 Mbit/s upstream. Data passing between devices connected to your local area network can run at up to 100 Mbit/s over the Fast Ethernet ports and 54 Mbit/s over the builtin wireless network adapter. The device includes a LED display on the front panel for system power and port indications that simplify installation and operation monitoring.

System Requirements

Your device requires that the computer(s) and components in your network be configured with at least the following: • • An Operating System (could be Windows, OSX, Linux or other Unix variations) Each computer to be connected to the available LAN ports of the device should be equipped with a 10Mbit/s or 10 / 100 Mbit/s Ethernet card Optionally, an 802.11b/g wireless adapter At least 60 MB of free hard disk space At least 256 MB of RAM Suitable web browser. Supported are the following: Internet Explorer 5.5 or later, Netscape 4.7 or later, Firefox Mozilla 1.5 or later

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Package Contents

The JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ packaging contains the device itself, the accompanied components as well as the required equipment. The following table describes the package contents. If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact your retailer. # 1 Depiction Description JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ unit (ISDN or POTS, depending on your telephone line type).

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Power Supply Adapter.

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Ethernet cable. 2 x Phone cables.

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Resources CD ROM.

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ADSL splitter.

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Front Panel

LEDs

Designation Power

Status Solid Green Solid Red

Description Normal operation. Power Failure. Ethernet Link Connected. Transmitting or Receiving Packets. No Connection. WLAN Connected. Transmitting or Receiving Packets. No Connection. DSL Link Up & Connected. Modem begins DSL negotiation. Modem finishes DSL negotiation. No Connection. IP Connectivity (no traffic detected) IP Connectivity (traffic detected) PPP Authentication Failure Power off. No WAN connection available VoIP Connectivity Detected. Traffic Detected. VoIP Handshake Failed.
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LAN 1 LAN 2 LAN 3 LAN 4 WLAN

Solid Green Blinking Green Off Solid Green Blinking Green Off

DSL

Green Slow Blinking Green Fast Blinking Green Off

INTERNET

Solid Green Fast Blinking Green Solid Red Off

VoIP

Solid Green Blinking Green Off

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Designation Phone 1 Phone 2

Status Solid Green Blinking Green Off Off Hook.

Description

Incoming VoIP Call (phone ringing or call waiting stage). No communication on ADSL or VoIP PSTN lifeline backup is connected. Incoming PSTN Call (phone ringing or call waiting stage). There is no PSTN lifeline backup Connection. USB Link Established. USB Traffic Detected. No USB activity (device is powered off or no USB device is present). In Progress. Fail-overlap Session. Fail-no overlap Session. Successful Connection. Note that in any case (success or fail) the LED state is maintained until action is performed again or the modem is reset.

Line (Optional)

Solid Green Blinking Green Off

USB

Solid Green Fast Blinking Green Off

WPS

Slow Blink Yellow Fast Blink with Pauses Red Fast Blink Red Solid Green

WLAN

To enable/disable Wi-Fi in JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ press the WLAN button for approximately 2 seconds. To auto-configure the Wi-Fi connection (WPS) between your computer and the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ press the WLAN button for approximately 6 seconds and then release. The WPS LED will start blinking in Amber color. . Note that your Wireless Client Card must support WPS.

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Rear Panel

Description

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Designation ADSL LAN1 LAN2 LAN LAN4 USB Power On/Off Reset Line (optional) Phone 1 Phone 2

Description Connection port of ADSL line. Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) ports for connecting LAN devices, such as computer, Hub or Switch, etc. USB Host to connect a printer or a USB Stick. Power adapter receptacle. Switch to turn the device ON / OFF. Reset button to reset the device and restore default factory settings. Telephone line receptacle (FXO lifeline backup, optional). Analogue Telephone device (FXS) receptacles.

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Installing the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™

This chapter will guide you through the installation of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™, including: 1. Positioning the device 2. Installing the ADSL splitter or Micro filters 3. Connecting the device to the network 4. Setting up your computer for networking communication with the device

Please read carefully the Safety Information in the beginning of this manual. Do not force the antenna beyond its mechanical stops. Rotating the antenna further may cause damage.

Positioning the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™

You should position JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ in such a location to ensure that: • • • • It is located near an electrical outlet and a phone wall socket Water or moisture cannot penetrate the case of the unit It is out of direct sunlight and away from sources of heat The cabling is away from power lines, fluorescent lighting fixtures, and sources of electrical noise such as radios, transmitters and broadband amplifiers It is centrally located to the wireless computers that will connect to the Router. A suitable location might be on top of a high shelf to optimize wireless connections to computers in both horizontal and vertical directions, allowing wider coverage

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Installation Using a Splitter
Introduction

A splitter separates the frequencies of telephone service from the ADSL (Data) service and outputs each to a different splitter port. The “Line” port of the splitter is connected to a telephone wall socket. If you have an ISDN telephone line then, the “Phone” port must be connected to the NT1 unit (i.e. Intracom netMod). If you have a POTS line then, the “Phone” port shall be used to connect telephone sets. The “ADSL” port shall be connected to JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™, no matter if POTS or ISDN line is used.

Installation

To install the splitter proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Connect the “Line” port of the splitter to the wall socket. Use an RJ11 cable to connect the JetSpeed IADWp2™ ADSL port to the “ADSL” port of the splitter. Connect a telephone set in the “Phone” port of the splitter.

Using a splitter is necessary to avoid interferences between telephony and ADSL services, which may cause problems in the voice quality and the ADSL performance.

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Installing the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™

Introduction

To install JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™, proceed as follows: 1. Connect the phone cable to the ADSL receptacle 2. Connect the Ethernet cable 3. Power Up the Device

Resetting the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™

Introduction

You may want to reset the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ in case you are experiencing problems or if you want to restore the factory default settings.

Procedure

To Reset the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ press the Reset button located in the rear panel of the device, next to the ON/OFF button, for approximately 2 seconds. To Restore the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ to factory default settings press the Reset button for approximately 5 seconds.

Setting Up your Computer

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ has the capability of dynamically allocating network addresses to the computers on your network, using DHCP. To realize this, your computers TCP/IP settings should be configured accordingly.

Enabling the TCP/ IP Protocol

Description

Make sure that TCP/IP is installed and supported by your operating system. This connection will require you to enable your computer to receive from the device its own IP Address automatically: in such a case, the device acts like the DHCP server in your local network.

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Wi-Fi Connection

Step 1

Action Install your wireless adapter according to the manufacturer’s instructions and verify that your computer is set to obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP Client mode). Note: You will need to properly configure your adapter to communicate with JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ according to the configuration rules. This requires a computer with 802.11b/g wireless adapter installed.

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In the configuration window of your wireless adapter scan the wireless network (indicated with the relevant SSID name) present in your physical environment Select the SSID of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. Complete the configuration of the wireless adapter with the same parameters of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ which are: • • • • RF channel; automatically detect Encryption Enable or Disable (default = Enable). Choose between WEP, WPA/WPA2 and WP2 only. Set WEP/WPA/WP2 key size/type Set WEP/WPA/WPA2 key used

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To check the connection, connect to the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ Home Page, entering http://192.168.1.1/ in the address bar of your browser.

Important Note: Your ADSL router has been set by default to use WPA/WPA2 security. The pre-shared key that is intended to be used by the clients is typed on the bottom side of each device.
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Connecting using WPSPBC (Push Button Configuration)

This section describes how to connect to the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ Wi-Fi Access Point using Wireless Protected Setup – Push Button Configuration (WPS-PBC). Use the following procedure only for WPS enabled Wireless clients and operating with Windows Vista™ or newer operating systems with embedded WPS support. If you are using an older or different than Windows Vista™ OS, then please consult the user manual of your Wi-Fi client adapter to use WPS.

NOTE

To use the push button configuration, proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Navigate to the WIRELESS > WPS menu and select Enable. Press the Save button to confirm your selection. Use your computers wireless utility to locate the available wireless networks and select the SSID of the JetSpeed IADWp2™. Press the Connect button as indicated in the following screen:

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Connecting using WPSPBC (Push Button Configuration) (continued)

Step 4

Action The message inside the red frame indicates that an Access Point with WPS-PBC capabilities has been detected. Press the WLAN button in JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ for at least 6 seconds and then release it. The WPS LED is now blinking in amber colour.

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The Windows Wireless Utility starts negotiating the Wireless connection parameters with JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ using WPSPBC method.

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Wi-Fi connection has been established within a few seconds using WPS and without any further user intervention.

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Configuring the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™

Introduction

This chapter provides a description of all menu items accessible from the Home Page of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ on user authentication to the Router.

HOME PAGE

Introduction

The device’s setup program is web-based, which means that it is accessed through your web browser. To access the web server, proceed as follows: Step 1 2 Action Launch your web browser on your computer. Enter the following URL in the address field of your browser: http://192.168.1.1/ or alternatively use the easy URL address

The device is delivered with a default IP address (http://192.168.1.1/). If you change it, please take note of the new IP address, otherwise a “Reset” (see Resetting ) operation will be required to obtain access to the device gain.

Access

Access to the device configuration pages is controlled through user account: telekom User “telekom” has restricted access to change and view configuration of the device. You will be requested to insert an ID and a Password: insert them to access the device’s configuration panels. The username (ID) and password are set to “telekom“ for the user account. It is recommended to change the default password. Make sure you remember the new password, since this is the only way you will be able to manage your device.

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Home Page Description

The main configuration page opens as shown in the following figure. This page contains a menu on the left which is always available in all pages and which is the starting point for any configuration that concerns JetSpeed IADWp2™.

Menu Description

The following table provides a description of the menus which are located on the left side of the main configuration page (Home Page): Description To set up the wireless access point configuration. Port Forwarding configuration (to allow external connections to your private network) A Status view of IAD’s routing table records To set up the firewall protection parameters. The status of your ADSL connection A status view of VoIP calls and events A brief status of packets traffic per QoS priority queue To setup the connected USB devices and the related services A set of tools to perform backup / restore, reset or Firmware upgrade tasks. A status summary of IAD running configuration and system messages.

Menu WIRELESS NAT ROUTE FIREWALL ADSL VoIP QoS USB TOOLS STATUS

Home – Logout

In the top right part of the screen click Home to go to the Home Page or click Logout to Logout.

To permanently activate and save the changes of parameters of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™, click the Save Settings button. In some cases a reboot of the device is required. Rebooting, when required, is performed automatically.

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WIRELESS Menu
Description

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ can be quickly configured as a wireless access point for roaming clients by setting the Service Set Identifier (SSID) and channel number. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ also supports data encryption and client filtering. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ also allows wireless computers to communicate with each other.

To enable the Wireless transmitter click the Enable option button and click the SAVE SETTINGS button.
Channel & SSID

You must specify a common radio channel and SSID (Service Set ID) to be used by JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and all of its wireless clients. Be sure you configure all of its clients with the same values.

Parameters

The preceding screen contains the following parameters: Parameter SSID SSID Broadcast Wireless Mode Description Service Set ID. The SSID must be the same for JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and all of its wireless clients. Enables or disables the broadcasting of the SSID. Disabling SSID broadcast will provide increased security by hiding the SSID of your wireless network. This device supports both 11g and 11b wireless networks. Select according to the type of your wireless network. You may use “Mixed (11b+11g)” to provide compatibility with both 11b and 11g wireless clients. The radio channel used by the wireless device and its clients to communicate with each other. This channel must be the same for JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and all of its wireless clients. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ will automatically assign itself a radio channel, or you may select one manually.

Channel

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Access Control

Using the Access Control functionality, you can restrict or allow access based on a MAC address. To set a MAC address type it in the relevant address space or press the button “Add Currently associated MAC Stations” to automatically set the MAC Address(es) of the already connected Wireless Client Adapters. By Choosing “Allow” or “Deny” the Wireless clients where MAC addresses belong to, will be allowed or denied accordingly to access the Wi-Fi Access Point of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™.

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Security

To make your wireless network safe, you should enable the security function. The device supports the following security mechanisms: • WPA/WPA2 • WPA2 Only • WEP • Disabled (no security)

Important Note: JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ has been set by default to use WPA/WPA2 security. The pre-shared key that is intended to be used by the clients is typed on the bottom side of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. For more information regarding WiFi Security please refer to full version of User manual that can be found in the CD-ROM.

WPS (Wireless Protected Setup)

Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is the industry standard method to simplify the security setup and management of Wi-Fi networks. You can easily setup and connect to a WPA-enabled 802.11 network with WPS-certificated devices using either Personal Information Number (PIN) or Push Button Configuration (PBC) method. Legacy devices without WPS can be added to the network using the traditional manual configuration method.

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NAT Menu

Description

Network Address Translation (NAT) allows multiple users at your local site to access the Internet through a single public IP address or multiple public IP addresses. NAT can also prevent hacker attacks by mapping local addresses to public addresses for key services such as the Web or FTP.

Virtual Server

If you configure the device as a virtual server, remote users accessing services, such as web or FTP, at your local site (via public IP addresses) can be automatically redirected to local servers configured with private IP addresses. In other words, depending on the requested service (TCP/UDP port number), JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ redirects the external service request to the appropriate server (located at another internal IP address). For example, if you set Type / Public Port to TCP / 80 (HTTP or web) and the Private IP / Port to 192.168.1.2 / 80, then all HTTP requests from outside users will be transferred to 192.168.1.2 on port 80. Therefore, just by entering the IP address provided by the ISP, Internet users can access the service they need at the local address to which you redirect them. The most common TCP service ports include: HTTP (80), FTP (21), Telnet (23) and POP3 (110).

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FIREWALL Menu

Description

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ incorporates firewall protection that inspects packets at the application layer, maintains TCP and UDP session information, including time-outs and the number of active sessions, and provides the ability to detect and prevent certain types of network attacks. Network attacks that deny access to a network device are called Denial-ofService (DoS) attacks. DoS attacks are aimed at devices and networks with a connection to the Internet. Their goal is not to steal information, but to disable a device or network so users no longer have access to network resources. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ provides protection against the following DoS attacks: IP Spoofing, Land Attack, Ping of Death, IP with zero length, Smurf Attack, UDP port loopback, Snork Attack, TCP null scan, and TCP SYN flooding.

To enable the firewall, click Enable and then click the SAVE SETTINGS button.

The firewall does not significantly affect the performance of your system. We therefore recommend enabling the security features to protect your network.
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Access Control

The Access Control screen allows users to define the outgoing traffic permitted or not-permitted through the WAN interface. JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ is set by default to permit all outgoing traffic.

The following table describes the Access Control parameters: Parameter Enable Filtering Function Normal Filtering Table Description Enables or Disables the Access Control function. Displays a descriptive list of defined Filtering rules.

Creating a new Access Control rule

To create a new Access Control rule proceed as follows:

Step 1 2

Action Click Add PC in the Access Control screen. The Access Control Add PC screen appears. Define the appropriate settings for client PC services. You can choose any from the predefined services or you can create your own by setting the appropriate TCP or UDP ports. If Firewall Scheduling is enabled you can also choose the desired schedule rule.Click the OK button and then click the SAVE SETTINGS button to save your settings.
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MAC Filtering Table

The MAC Filter allows you to define which client PCs can access the Internet. When enabled, only the MAC addresses defined in the MAC Filtering table will have access to the Internet. All other client devices will be denied access.

The following table describes the MAC Filtering Table parameters: Parameter MAC Address Control MAC Filtering Table Description Select Enable or Disable to enable or disable the MAC filtering respectively. Enter the MAC address to be granted access in the respective field.

URL Filter

The URL filter allows the user to block access to web sites by entering either a full URL address or just a keyword. This feature can be used to protect children from accessing violent or pornographic web sites. You can define up to 30 sites.

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Creating a URL Filter rule

To block selected client PCs from accessing various WEB Sites, proceed as follows: Step 1 Action Select Access Control from the FIREWALL menu and press the Add PC button.

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Enter a description for the new rule and set the IP of the client(s) PC where the rule will be applied to. Select a range of IPs or only one as the example below. Enable the “Blocking” option in the “WWW with URL Blocking” rule and press OK to create the new rule. Select “URL blocking” from the FIREWALL menu. Enter the desired keyword or the complete URL from the site(s) you wish to be blocked. A keyword could be part of the URL or words contained in the URL. Please enter only one keyword or URL per Rule number (up to 30 in total). When you finish entering the keywords/URL, press “SAVE SETTINGS” button.

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To test the new URL blocking rule try to enter in your browser address bar a URL containing the keyword or the URL itself that you wish to block. If the rule works, the following message will appear on your browser window.

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Scheduling of access rules

JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ has the capability to filter Internet access for local clients based on rules. Each access control rule may be activated at a scheduled time. Define the schedule in the Schedule Rule screen, and apply the rule in the Access Control screen.

To add a schedule rule proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Click Add Schedule Rule in the Schedule Rule screen. The Edit Schedule Rule appears. Define the appropriate settings for a schedule rule. Click OK and then click SAVE SETTINGS to save your settings.

Intrusion Detection

The Incorporated firewall can block common hacker attacks, and provide protection against: IP Spoofing, Land Attack, Ping of Death, IP with zero length, Smurf Attack, UDP port loopback, Snork Attack, TCP null scan, and TCP SYN flooding. When the SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) firewall feature is enabled, all packets can be blocked. Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) allows full support of different application types that are using dynamic port numbers.
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Intrusion Detection Screen

NOTE

It is recommended to keep the predefined values unless you face problems with specific applications or services. For more information regarding Intrusion Detection settings, please refer to full user manual that can be found in the accompanying CD-ROM.

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USB Menu

Description

The JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ implements a USB port which acts like a Host. Enable this function and plug-in your USB device to share it with other people in a network. The Supported devices are: • • • USB mass storage: Hard disk1, flash disk or single slot card reader1 USB Printer USB Hub

Plug the device in the USB and its information will appear as displayed below.

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File Server

This page allows you to configure the File Server features, to share files with computers supporting the NetBIOS/SMB protocol.

To do this, proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Connect the hard drive, flash disk, Hub to the USB port. Create a shared folder by specifying the device and directory (path) you want to share. Specify the following parameters for each shared source: • Username • Password • Security Level Enable the File Server function used to the folders by typing the following URL in the IE browser or Windows Explorer: • \\(IP-Adresse) e.g. : \\192.168.1.1 • \\(Server Name) e.g.: \\INTRACOM • \\(IP-Adresse)\(Folder name) e.g.: \\192.168.1.1\partition1 • \\(Server Name)\(Folder name) e.g.: \\INTRACOM\partition1 To access the USB storage from the WAN side, you need to enable the Remote Access parameter and use the WAN IP address to access this IAD.
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FTP Server

This page allows the user to share any files/folders in your USB hard drive or flash, using FTP.

To do this, proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Specify the user profile and which partition/directory you want to share. Specify the different passwords and security levels for different user profiles. Enable the FTP Server function and use the following URL to access the shared files/folders: ftp://(IP address) e.g. ftp://192.168.1.1 To access the shared resource from the WAN side, you need to enable the "Remote Access" parameter and use the WAN IP to access it.
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Web FTP Server

This page allows the user to share his USB mass storage via the HTTP protocol.

To do this, proceed as follows: Step 1 2 3 Action Enable this function by selecting the appropriate option box. Configure the necessary parameters. Access your USB storage from the LAN side by type the following URL’s: • • • • http://(IP address):(port number) e.g. http://192.168.2.1:8000 http://(host name):(port number) e.g. http://INTRACOM:8000 http://(IP address) e.g. http://192.168.1.1/pt_usb http://(host name) e.g. ex: http://INTRACOM/pt_usb

NOTE

To access the USB storage from the WAN side, enable the Remote Access parameter and use the first two URL’s.
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Printer Server

The JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ implements the LPD-LPR network protocol to allow you to share your printer on your local or public network. To do this proceed as follows: Step 1 Action Select the Enable LPD-LPR Printer Server function option box:

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Add the appropriate TCP/IP Port in the Printers control panel of your computer. It should be the IP Address of the JetSpeed IADWp2™ (192.168.2.1).
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Setting up a printer in windows XP

To set-up a printer using Windows XP, proceed as follows: Step 1 Action Verify that the printer you want to connect to JetSpeed IADWp2™ was previously connected to your PC thus making sure that driver is already installed and the printer can be seen in the “Printer and Faxes” control panel. Enable the Printer Server function in the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and then connect your Printer to the USB port of JetSpeed IADWp2™. Make sure that the printer appears under USB shown below:

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In Windows XP control panel double click the Printer and Faxes icon. Locate the Printer you have connected to JetSpeed IADWp2™ (in our case the Canon IP4200) and select it’ s properties as show below:

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Setting up a printer in windows XP (continued)

Step 4

Action Select the “Ports” tab and press the Add Port button.

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In the next dialog select Standard TCP/IP Port from the available options and press New Port to start creating the new port.

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Setting up a printer in windows XP (continued)

Step 6

Action The Add New Port wizard begins. Press Next to continue.

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Type the IP address of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. The Port Name field is created automatically.

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Setting up a printer in windows XP (continued)

Step 8

Action Select the Custom option and the press the Settings button.

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Select the LPR protocol and type the Queue Name as in the example below and press OK to continue.

NOTE

In case you receive errors each time you try to print a document, please enable “LPR Byte counting Enabled” option.
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Setting up a printer in windows XP (continued)

Step 10

Action The installation of the TCP/IP port has been completed. Press Finish to close the Wizard and then press Close to exit the New Port dialog screen.

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The New TCP/IP port is now created and selected under the Ports tab of your printer properties. Press Apply and Close to exit from the printer properties window.

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TOOLS Menu

Description

This menu allows you to backup and restore, JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ configuration.

Available Configuration Tools

The Configuration Tools screen includes the following configuration tools. Select the one you want and click Next. • • Backup Router Configuration: allows you to save the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ configuration to a file Restore from saved Configuration file (backup bin): this function is used to restore the previously saved backup configuration file.

Parameters

The Status screen includes the following parameters: Parameter INTERNET Description Displays the type and the status of the connection to the WAN. Click the Release button to disconnect from the WAN. Click the Renew button to establish connection to the WAN. GATEWAY INFORMATION Displays system IP settings, as well as DHCP Server and firewall status. Displays the number of attached clients, the firmware versions, the physical MAC address for each media interface and for JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™, as well as the hardware version and serial number. Displays the ATM connection type and status. Disabled means that the ATM connection is disabled. Click the Connect button to establish an ATM connection. DHCP Client Log Status Log Displays information for DHCP clients on your network. Displays important information and alarms.

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Appendix A: Technical Specifications

WAN Interface

1 x Line port (RJ-11plug or optional RJ-45), supporting the following standards: - G.992.1/G.992.2/G.992.3/G.992.4/G.992.5 (Annex A, B, L, M), ETSI TS 101 388 v1.3.1 - Multimode Functionality - Support up to 8 VCs

LAN Interface

4 x 10 / 100BASE-T Ethernet ports (RJ-45 plug), IEEE 802.3 compliant, with auto MDIX and autonegotiation. USB 2.0 Host Interface WiFi access point solution is compliant with the following standards: - IEEE 802.11b/g - 1 x external antenna

USB Interface Wireless LAN Interface

Voice Interface DSL (ATM) Features

2 x FXS phone ports (RJ11 Plug) 1 x FXO phone port (RJ11 Plug), optional - AAL5 (ITU-T I.363.5) - UBR, VBR-nrt, VBR-rt, CBR traffic classes - Multiple VC/PPP connections - Classic IP (MER) and ARP over ATM, RFCs 1577, 2225 - Multiple PPPoE connections on a single VC - Multi-protocol encapsulation over AAL5 bridging and routing, RFCs 1483, 2684 - PPP over AAL5 (PPPoATM), RFC 2364 - OAM (ITU-T I.610)

F4, F5

- Loop-back - Encapsulation modes in ATM stack: LLC & VC-Mux
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications, Continued

Routing/Bridging Routing: Features - Static routing - Static Routing per ATM Interface - Dynamic Routing - RIPv1, RIPv2 - IP Multicasting – IGMP v2, v3 Bridging: - WAN-LAN transparent bridging - Transparent bridging between LAN devices NAT - Automatic discovery of MAC addresses - NAT-NAPT, RFCs 3022 - Port Forwarding - Static NAT - Static NAPT - Application Level Gateway (ALGs) modules - Public to Private IP 1-to-1 Mapping - ATM QoS: UBR, VBR-nrt, VBR-rt, CBR - Diffserv (RFC2474, RFC2475) marking and queuing according to connection type, network interface, MAC, IP, hostname, DSCP/ ToS value, port number and application - WMM (IEEE 802.11e) - Port based QoS Codecs: - G.711, G723.1, G.726, G729a - G.168 Echo Cancellation - DTMF relay using Sip Info packets - G.711 fax pass through - NOTIFY for voice mail - VAD and GNC support - T.38 Fax relay - Firewall with SPI, intrusion logging and reporting - WPA/WPA2 (IEEE 802.11i) - Denial of service (DoS) protection NAT - Static routing - Static IP address assignment, Dynamic Routing - Wireless: WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WEP, WPA-802.1x, WPA2-802.1x - Web UI (admin and user) - Telnet/CLI - TR-069, TR-104, TR-98, TR-111
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QoS

Voice over IP (VoIP)

Security

Remote Management

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Environmental Specifications

The following table provides the environmental specifications of the device:

Temperature

Operating Non Operating

+0ºC to +40ºC -20ºC to +65ºC 10% to 85%, non condensing 5% to 95%, non condensing

Relative Humidity

Operating Non Operating

Input Voltage Requirements

The following table provides the electrical specifications of the device:

Voltage

Operating: Device Input (provided by the external Power Supply):

110 V – 230 V (AC) / 50 Hz 12 V / 1 A (DC)

Power Supply Manufacturer Power Supply Certifications

DEE VAN ENTERPRISE CO., LTD Universal Microelectronics CO., LTD EU: CE, CB, TUV, K21

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Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions

Question Q1: How do I reset JetSpeed IADWp2™ to Factory Defaults? A1:

Answer

Using the option “Restore Router to Factory Defaults” under TOOLS > Configuration Tools menu. Alternatively, you can press reset button in the back panel of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ for approximately 5 seconds. A2: Up to a maximum of 254 computers. Note: The Quality of Service (QoS) is related to the guaranteed level of throughput (the amount of data transferred from the Router to the clients). As many clients are connected as lower is the Quality as Service. A3: A maximum of 15 wireless clients are supported.

Q2: How many computers on the LAN does JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ support?

Q3: How many wireless clients does JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ support? Q4: How are additional computers connected?

A4: You can expand the number of connections available on your LAN by using hubs, switches and wireless access points connected to the Router. Wireless access points, hubs and switches provide a simple, reliable means of expanding your network. For more information, contact your supplier.

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Appendix C: Troubleshooting

Problem Connections General •

Possible Solution Check that the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ device is connected to your computers and to the telephone line and that all the equipment is powered on. Check that the LAN or USB status (depending on your connection type) and DSL LEDs on the device are illuminated, and that any corresponding LEDs on your network card are also illuminated. Ensure that the computers have completed their booting procedure and are ready for use. Some network interfaces may not be correctly initialized until the start-up procedure is completed. If the link status LED (on the device) does not illuminate for a port that is connected, check that you do not have a faulty cable. If so, try a different cable.

POWER LED OFF

If the Power LED is off, check the following: • • Check the connection between the device, the external power supply, and the wall outlet. If the power indicator does not turn on when the power cord is plugged in, you may have a problem with the power outlet, power cord, or external power supply. However, if the device turns to off after running on for a while, check for loose power connections, absence of power, or power surges at the outlet. If you still cannot isolate the problem, then the external power supply may be defective. In this case, contact the Technical Support.

USB LED OFF

If the Link LED is off, check the following: • • • • Verify that JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and the attached device are powered on. Be sure the corresponding cable is plugged in at both ends. Verify that the proper cable type is used and that its length does not exceed the maximum limit. Be sure that the network interface on the attached device is configured for proper communication speed and duplex mode. Check the network adapter on the attached device and cable connections for possible defects. Replace any defective adapter or cable if necessary.
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Problem JetSpeed IADWp2™ is not reachable

Possible Solution If JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ cannot be pinged from a LAN, check the following: • Verify that the IP addresses are properly configured. For most applications, you should use the device’s DHCP function to dynamically assign IP addresses to hosts on the attached LAN. However, if you manually configure IP addresses on the LAN, verify that the same network address (network component of the IP address) and subnet mask are used for both JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and any attached LAN devices. Be sure the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ you want to ping (or from which you are pinging) has been configured for TCP/IP.

• Cannot see the configuration pages

If you have connected JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and computers together but cannot browse the featured configuration pages, check the following: • Confirm that the physical connection between your computer and the NetFasteR IAD™JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ device is OK, and that the LAN status LEDs on the device and on the network adapter, are illuminated. Some network adapters do not have such status LEDs. In this case, a diagnostic program may be available to give you this information. Ensure that you have configured your computer as described in “Setting Up Your Computer”. Restart your computer while it is connected to JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ to ensure that your computer receives an IP address. When entering the address of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ into your web browser, ensure that you use the full URL including the “http://” prefix (e.g. http://192.168.2.1). Ensure that you do not have a Web proxy enabled on your computer. Go to the Control Panel and click Internet Options. Click the Connections tab and click the LAN Settings button at the bottom. Make sure that the Proxy Server option is clear (not selected). If you cannot browse to JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™, use the winipcfg utility in Windows 98 / ME to verify that your computer has received the correct address information from JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. From the Start menu, choose Run and then enter winipcfg. Check that the computer has an IP address of the form 192.168.2.xxx (where xxx is in the range 2-254), the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0, and the default Router is 192.168.1.1 (the address of JetSpeed IADWp2™). If these are not correct, use the Release and Renew functions to obtain a new IP address from JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. Under Windows 2000 and Windows XP, use the ipconfig command-line utility instead, to perform the same functions.
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Appendix C: Troubleshooting, Continued

Problem Cannot connect to the Internet

Possible Solution If you can browse the configuration pages but cannot access sites on the Internet, check the following: • Confirm that the physical connection between JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ and telephone line is OK, and that the DSL LED on the device is lit GREEN. Ensure that you have entered the correct information into the device’s configuration screens as required. Use the “Internet Settings” screen to verify this. Check that the user name and password are correct.

• •

You forgot your Password – Reset to Factory Default Settings

Ensure that your computers are not configured to use a Web proxy. On Windows computers, this can be found under Control Panel >Internet Options > Connections. If you can browse the configuration screens but cannot logon, because you do not know or have forgotten the password, follow the steps below to reset the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ to its factory default settings: 1. Switch off the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ device. 2. Disconnect all your computers and the telephone line from the device. 3. Re-apply power to the device, and wait for the booting process to complete. 4. Press and hold the Reset button of the device for at least 5 seconds and release 5. The device will restart, and when the start-up sequence process has completed, enter 192.168.1.1 and configure your network. 6. Reconnect your network as it was before. NOTE: All your configuration changes will be lost, and you will need to configure your network again before you can re-establish your connection to the Internet. Also, other computer users will lose their network connections, whilst this process is taking place, so choose an hour when this would be convenient.
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Problem Problems with the wireless network •

Possible Solution Ensure that you have an 802.11b or 802.11g wireless adapter for each wireless computer, and that it is correctly installed and configured. Verify that each Wireless computer runs either Windows 98SE or later or MAC OS 10.x or later. If you have a wired and a wireless network adapter in the same computer, ensure that the wired network adapter is disabled. Check the status LED of wireless communication. Ensure that the TCP/IP settings for all devices are correct. Ensure that the Wireless Clients are using the same SSID or Service Area Name as JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. The SSID is case-sensitive. Ensure that the encryption method and level that you use on your clients are the same as those configured on JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. Simultaneous WPA and WEP encryption is not supported. Ensure that you have the Wireless computer enabled in the list of allowed MAC addresses if you are using MAC Address Filtering. If you are having difficulty connecting or are operating at a low speed try changing the antenna position of your JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. For a more effective coverage you can try re-orientating the antenna. Additionally, consider moving the wireless computer closer to JetSpeed IADWp2™ to confirm that the building structure or fittings are not adversely affecting the connectivity. If this does not resolve the problem consider relocating the Wireless computer or JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ or try a different channel.
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TOOLS Menu, Continued

Input Voltage Requirements (continued)

Problem Problems with the wireless network, continued •

Possible Solution Sources of interference: The 2.4 GHz ISM band is used for 802.11b and 802.11g networking. This is generally a license free band for low power applications, and you may have other devices at your location that operate in this frequency band. You should take care to ensure that there are no devices like microwave ovens for example close to JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ or wireless computers as this could affect receiver sensitivity and reduce the performance of your network. If you are unsure try relocating both the wireless computers and JetSpeed IADWp2™ to establish whether this problem exists. Most wireless computer Adapters will scan the channels for wireless devices. If a wireless computer cannot locate JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ then try initiating a search manually, if the client software supports this feature or manually set the channel on your wireless computer to correspond to the JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ channel number. Please refer to your Wireless computer adapter documentation and vendor to do this. Speed of connection: The 802.11b and 802.11g standards will automatically choose the best speed depending on the quality of your connection. As the signal quality weakens then the speed falls back to a lower speed. The speeds supported by 802.11g are 54 Mbit/s, 48 Mbit/s, 36 Mbit/s, 24 Mbit/s, 18 Mbit/s, 12 Mbit/s, and 6 Mbit/s. The speeds supported by 802.11b are 11 Mbit/s, 5.5 Mbit/s, 2 Mbit/s and 1 Mbit/s. In general the closer you are to JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ the higher the speed. If you are not achieving the speed you had anticipated, then try moving the antenna of JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ or try moving the Wireless computer closer to JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™. In an ideal network, JetSpeed IAD-Wp2™ should be located in the center of the network with Wireless computers distributed around it. Applications are generally available with the computer wireless card to carry out a site survey. Use this application to find the optimal positioning for your wireless computer. Consult your Computer Card documentation and vendor for more details.

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