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Wireless AP: startup
Discovery and registration: Wireless AP registration settings
Powering up the Wireless AP initiates its automatic discovery and registration process with the
HiPath Wireless Controller, The parameters for this process should be set in the Wireless AP
Registration screen.
Connect and power up the Wireless APs in one of three ways:
Power Over Ethernet (PoE)
If your network is already set up with PoE, attach the LAN ethernet cable to the RJ45
ethernet connector at the top of the Wireless AP.
Power Over Ethernet: Adding PoE Injector
If your network is not set up with PoE, you can provide power to the ethernet cable with a
PoE injector. The PoE injector must be 802.3af compliant. The PoE injector is not provided
with the Wireless AP.
Power by AC Adaptor
An AC adaptor is not provided with the Wireless AP. If you wish to use one, the specifications are: Input: 120-240 VAC, Output Voltage DC +6V, max amps 1.50, max watts 10.
To use an adaptor, install the Wireless AP within six feet of a wall outlet, attach the adaptor to
the Wireless AP and then plug the adaptor into the wall outlet.
Use only a safety approved POE injector or a safety approved Limited Power Source
(Class 2) AC adaptor. Do not connect both power sources at the same time.
Discovery and registration: Wireless AP registration settings
Before the Wireless APs are powered and begin their “discovery” process, you should define
the parameters of this process in the Wireless AP Registration screen. In this screen, you
define two elements involved in the “discovery” process:
Security Mode
Discovery Timers
The Stand-alone or Paired options are part of the Availability feature to define a failover HiPath
Wireless Controller if the primary HiPath Wireless Controller fails, described later in this Guide.
During the “Registration” process, the HiPath Wireless Controller’s approval of the serial
number of the Wireless AP depends on the security mode that has been set:
Allow all
If the HiPath Wireless Controller does not recognize the serial number, it sends a default
configuration to the Wireless AP.
If it recognizes the serial number, it sends the specific configuration (port and binding key)
set for that Wireless AP.
A31003-W1010-A100-1-7619, July 2005
HiPath Wireless Controller, Access Points and Convergence Software V3.0: User Guide