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Motorola Symbol AP-51xx Access Point Product Reference Guide
72E-92949-01 Revision A
January 2007

About This Guide
Introduction. vii
Document Conventionsvii
Notational Conventions .viii
Service Information.viii
Chapter 1. Introduction
New Features 1-2
Mesh Networking . 1-2
Additional LAN Subnet . 1-3
On-board Radius Server Authentication1-4
Hotspot Support 1-4
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) 1-5
Manual Date and Time Settings1-5
Dynamic DNS 1-5
Auto Negotiation . 1-5
Feature Overview . 1-6
Single or Dual Mode Radio Options. 1-7
Separate LAN and WAN Ports . 1-7
Multiple Mounting Options . 1-7
Antenna Support for 2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz Radios 1-8
Sixteen Configurable WLANs1-8
Support for 4 BSSIDs per Radio 1-8
Quality of Service (QoS) Support . 1-9
Industry Leading Data Security 1-9
Kerberos Authentication. 1-10
EAP Authentication. 1-10
WEP Encryption . 1-11
KeyGuard Encryption . 1-12
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Using TKIP Encryption . 1-12
WPA2-CCMP (802.11i) Encryption . 1-12
Firewall Security. 1-13
VPN Tunnels 1-13
Content Filtering . 1-13
VLAN Support . 1-13
Multiple Management Accessibility Options. 1-14
Updatable Firmware 1-14
Programmable SNMP v1/v2/v3 Trap Support 1-14
Power-over-Ethernet Support. 1-15
MU-MU Transmission Disallow . 1-16
Voice Prioritization . 1-16
Support for CAM and PSP MUs . 1-16
Statistical Displays. 1-17
Transmit Power Control . 1-17
Advanced Event Logging Capability 1-17
Configuration File Import/Export Functionality . 1-17
Default Configuration Restoration . 1-18
DHCP Support . 1-18
Multi-Function LEDs 1-18
Theory of Operations . 1-19
Cellular Coverage 1-20
MAC Layer Bridging 1-20
Media Types 1-21
Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum . 1-21
MU Association Process . 1-22
Operating Modes . 1-23
Management Access Options . 1-24
AP-51xx MAC Address Assignment 1-24
Chapter 2. Hardware Installation
Precautions 2-2
Available Product Configurations . 2-2
AP-5131 Configurations. 2-2
AP-5181 Configurations. 2-4
Requirements . 2-5
Access Point Placement. 2-5
Site Surveys 2-6
Antenna Options 2-6
AP-5131 Antenna Options . 2-6
AP-5181 Antenna Options . 2-8
Power Options 2-9
AP-5131 Power Options. 2-9
AP-5181 Power Options. 2-9
Symbol Power Injector and Power Tap Systems. 2-10
Installing the Power Injector or Power Tap . 2-10
Preparing for Site Installation . 2-11
Cabling the Power Injector and Power Tap . 2-11
Power Injector LED Indicators 2-12
Mounting an AP-5131 . 2-12
Desk Mounted Installations. 2-13
Wall Mounted Installations. 2-15
Suspended Ceiling T-Bar Installations 2-17
Above the Ceiling (Plenum) Installations. 2-19
AP-5131 LED Indicators 2-22
Mounting an AP-5181 . 2-24
AP-5181 Pole Mounted Installations2-24
AP-5181 Wall Mounted Installations . 2-27
AP-5181 LED Indicators 2-29
Setting Up MUs 2-31
Chapter 3. Getting Started
Installing the Access Point 3-1
Configuration Options3-2
Default Configuration Changes for the Access Point3-3
Initially Connecting to the Access Point3-4
Connecting to the Access Point using the WAN Port . 3-4
Connecting to the Access Point using the LAN Port 3-4
Basic Device Configuration3-5
Configuring Device Settings. 3-7
Configuring WLAN Security Settings. 3-12
Testing Connectivity 3-14
Where to Go from Here? 3-15
Chapter 4. System Configuration
Configuring System Settings 4-2
Configuring Data Access . 4-6
Managing Certificate Authority (CA) Certificates . 4-10
Importing a CA Certificate . 4-10
Creating Self Certificates for Accessing the VPN . 4-13
Creating a Certificate for Onboard Radius Authentication 4-16
Configuring SNMP Settings 4-20
Configuring SNMP Access Control. 4-26
Enabling SNMP Traps. 4-28
Configuring Specific SNMP Traps . 4-31
Configuring SNMP RF Trap Thresholds . 4-34
Configuring Network Time Protocol (NTP) . 4-36
Logging Configuration. 4-39
Importing/Exporting Configurations 4-41
Updating Device Firmware . 4-46
Upgrade/Downgrade Considerations. 4-51
Chapter 5. Network Management
Configuring the LAN Interface . 5-1
Configuring VLAN Support 5-5
Configuring LAN1 and LAN2 Settings . 5-9
Configuring Advanced DHCP Server Settings 5-12
Setting the Type Filter Configuration . 5-14
Configuring WAN Settings . 5-16
Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT) Settings . 5-21
Configuring Port Forwarding 5-24
Configuring Dynamic DNS 5-25
Enabling Wireless LANs (WLANs)5-27
Creating/Editing Individual WLANs. 5-29
Configuring WLAN Security Policies 5-34
Configuring a WLAN Access Control List (ACL) . 5-36
Setting the WLAN Quality of Service (QoS) Policy . 5-39
Configuring WLAN Hotspot Support 5-45
Setting the WLAN’s Radio Configuration 5-51
Configuring the 802.11a or 802.11b/g Radio . 5-55
Configuring Bandwidth Management Settings5-63
Configuring Router Settings 5-65
Setting the RIP Configuration . 5-66
Chapter 6. Configuring Access Point Security
Configuring Security Options . 6-2
Setting Passwords . 6-3
Resetting the Access Point Password 6-4
Enabling Authentication and Encryption Schemes 6-5
Configuring Kerberos Authentication 6-8
Configuring 802.1x EAP Authentication . 6-11
Configuring WEP Encryption 6-16
Configuring KeyGuard Encryption 6-18
Configuring WPA/WPA2 Using TKIP 6-21
Configuring WPA2-CCMP (802.11i) . 6-24
Configuring Firewall Settings . 6-27
Configuring LAN to WAN Access 6-30
Available Protocols . 6-33
Configuring Advanced Subnet Access. 6-34
Configuring VPN Tunnels . 6-36
Configuring Manual Key Settings 6-40
Configuring Auto Key Settings 6-44
Configuring IKE Key Settings6-46
Viewing VPN Status 6-50
Configuring Content Filtering Settings 6-52
Configuring Rogue AP Detection 6-55
Moving Rogue APs to the Allowed AP List 6-58
Displaying Rogue AP Details . 6-60
Using MUs to Detect Rogue Devices . 6-62
Configuring User Authentication 6-64
Configuring the Radius Server 6-64
Configuring LDAP Authentication6-67
Configuring a Proxy Radius Server . 6-69
Managing the Local User Database6-71
Mapping Users to Groups6-73
Defining the User Access Policy. 6-74
Chapter 7. Monitoring Statistics
Viewing WAN Statistics7-2
Viewing LAN Statistics. 7-6
Viewing a LAN’s STP Statistics . 7-10
Viewing Wireless Statistics 7-12
Viewing WLAN Statistics7-15
Viewing Radio Statistics Summary 7-18
Viewing Radio Statistics 7-20
Retry Histogram . 7-24
Viewing MU Statistics Summary 7-25
Viewing MU Details 7-27
Pinging Individual MUs7-30
MU Authentication Statistics. 7-31
Viewing the Mesh Statistics Summary . 7-32
Viewing Known Access Point Statistics. 7-33
Chapter 8. Command Line Interface Reference
Connecting to the CLI 8-1
Accessing the CLI through the Serial Port 8-1
Accessing the CLI via Telnet 8-2
Admin and Common Commands . 8-3
Network Commands 8-11
Network LAN Commands 8-12
Network LAN, Bridge Commands 8-17
Network LAN, WLAN-Mapping Commands 8-20
Network LAN, DHCP Commands. 8-29
Network Type Filter Commands . 8-35
Network WAN Commands . 8-40
Network WAN NAT Commands . 8-43
Network WAN, VPN Commands . 8-49
Network WAN, Dynamic DNS Commands . 8-58
Network Wireless Commands. 8-62
Network WLAN Commands 8-63
Network Security Commands . 8-76
Network ACL Commands. 8-85
Network Radio Configuration Commands 8-90
Network Quality of Service (QoS) Commands8-107
Network Bandwith Management Commands8-112
Network Rogue-AP Commands . 8-115
Network Firewall Commands 8-125
Network Router Commands8-130
System Commands 8-136
System Debug and Last Password Commands . 8-140
Display arp Table 8-141
System Access Commands 8-142
System Certificate Management Commands 8-145
System SNMP Commands. 8-158
System SNMP Access Commands 8-159
System SNMP Traps Commands8-164
System Network Time Protocol (NTP) Commands 8-170
System Log Commands . 8-175
System Configuration-Update Commands 8-181
Firmware Update Commands 8-188
Statistics Commands . 8-192
Chapter 9. Configuring Mesh Networking
Mesh Networking Overview. 9-1
The AP-51xx Client Bridge Association Process . 9-3
Client Bridge Configuration Process Example . 9-4
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) 9-4
Defining the Mesh Topology 9-5
Mesh Networking and the AP-51xx’s Two Subnets 9-5
Normal Operation . 9-6
Impact of Importing/Exporting Configurations to a Mesh Network 9-6
Configuring Mesh Networking Support 9-6
Setting the LAN Configuration for Mesh Networking Support 9-6
Configuring a WLAN for Mesh Networking Support 9-9
Configuring the Access Point Radio for Mesh Support . 9-13
Usage Scenario - Trion Enterprises 9-20
Trion’s Initial Deployment . 9-20
Adding 2 Client Bridges to Expand the Coverage Area . 9-31
Adding 2 More Client Bridges to the Trion Network . 9-38
Appendix A. Technical Specifications
Physical Characteristics A-2
AP-5131 Physical Characteristics. A-2
AP-5181 Physical Characteristics. A-3
Electrical Characteristics . A-4
Radio Characteristics A-4
Antenna Specifications. A-5
AP-5131 Antenna Specifications . A-5
2.4 GHz Antenna Matrix A-5
5.2 GHz Antenna Matrix A-6
AP-5131 Additional Antenna ComponentsA-6
AP-5131 Antenna Accessory Connectors, Cable Type and Length . A-6
AP-5181 Antenna Specifications . A-7
Country CodesA-9
Appendix B. Usage Scenarios
Configuring Automatic Updates using a DHCP or Linux BootP Server .B-1
Windows - DHCP Server Configuration.B-2
Embedded Options - Using Option 43 . .B-2
Global Options - Using Extended/Standard Options .B-4
DHCP Priorities .B-5
Linux - BootP Server Configuration . .B-6
BootP Options . .B-7
BootP Priorities .B-9
Configuring an IPSEC Tunnel and VPN FAQs.B-9
Configuring a VPN Tunnel Between Two Access Points.B-10
Configuring a Cisco VPN Device .B-13
Frequently Asked VPN Questions . .B-14
Replacing an AP-4131 with an AP-5131 or AP-5181. .B-20
Appendix C. Customer Support
Index



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