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Wireless AP: startup
Connecting and powering the Wireless AP
Press the back of the Wireless AP onto the bracket, aligning it with the open notches in the
bracket. Then slide it downwards until it clicks into place.
To remove the Wireless AP, release the spring clip by inserting the Allen key (provided) into
the small hole at the bottom of the bracket. Use the Allen key to depress the spring clip.
Then slide the case up the bracket and lift off the Wireless AP. Keep the Allen key in a safe
Insert the plastic spreading rivet through the hole at the bottom of the bracket and into the
Wireless AP case. Then screw in the plastic screw. This spreads the rivet and locks the
case to the bracket. To remove the Wireless AP, use a screwdriver to take out the screw.
For installations that use Receive diversity (the default) the antennae should be
pointed in the same direction. For installations that do NOT use Receive diversity or
for those that split the 802.11a and 802.11b/g radio onto different physical ports,
then the antennae can be pointed in whatever direction is desired.
Connecting and powering the Wireless AP
This device must not be connected to a LAN segment with outdoor wiring.
Ensure that all cables are run correctly to avoid strain. Replace the power supply
adapter immediately, if it shows any signs of damage.
A31003-W1010-A100-1-7619, July 2005
HiPath Wireless Controller, Access Points and Convergence Software V3.0: User Guide