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  • Leading the World in Wireless DSL

    ASWipLL and

    AS3010 Systems Wireless IP-Based Local Loop System

    Release 4.6 and later

    WipConfig PDA User's Guide

  • The ASWipLL product bears the CE marking. This CE marking demonstrates ASWipLL's full compliance with applicable European Union (EU) directives:

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    ASWipLL products also bear the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) marking, demonstrating compliance with FCC Part 15 regulations.

    Revision Record: ASWipLL WipConfig PDA Users Guide Pub. No. Date Update Description

    01 Apr-03 First edition. ASWipLL Release 4.1. SW Ver. 1.6. Author: MD. 02 Oct-03 ASWipLL Rel. 4.2B (and Rel 440 Feb 2004). SW Ver. 2.1. Author: MD 03 Apr-04 Auth.: MD. Updates: Airspan Ltd. to Inc.; miscellaneous.

    Publication No. 20050311-03

  • Copyright by Airspan Networks Inc., 2004. All rights reserved worldwide. The information contained in this document is proprietary and is subject to all relevant copyright, patent and other laws protecting intellectual property, as well as any specific agreement protecting Airspan Networks Inc. rights in the aforesaid information. Neither this document nor the information contained herein may be published, reproduced or disclosed to third parties, in whole or in part, without the express, prior, written permission of Airspan Networks Inc. In addition, any use of this document or the information contained herein for any purposes other than those for which it was disclosed is strictly forbidden. Airspan Networks Inc. reserves the right, without prior notice or liability, to make changes in equipment design or specifications. Information supplied by Airspan Networks Inc. is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Airspan Networks Inc. for the use thereof nor for the rights of third parties which may be effected in any way by the use thereof. Any representation(s) in this document concerning performance of Airspan Networks Inc. product(s) are for informational purposes only and are not warranties of future performance, either express or implied. Airspan Networks Inc. standard limited warranty, stated in its sales contract or order confirmation form, is the only warranty offered by Airspan Networks Inc. in relation thereto. This document may contain flaws, omissions or typesetting errors; no warranty is granted nor liability assumed in relation thereto unless specifically undertaken in Airspan Networks Inc. sales contract or order confirmation. Information contained herein is periodically updated and changes will be incorporated into subsequent editions. If you have encountered an error, please notify Airspan Networks Inc. All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

    Main Operations: Airspan Communications Ltd. Cambridge House Oxford Road Uxbridge Middlesex UB8 1UN United Kingdom Tel: (+44) 1895 467 100

    Headquarters: Airspan Networks Inc. 777 Yamato Road Suite 105 Boca Raton, FL 33431 USA Tel: (+1) 561 893 8670 Fax: (+1) 561 893 8671

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  • WipConfig PDA User's Guide Contents

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    Contents Welcome to WipConfig PDA............................................................................... vii

    1. Installing WipConfig PDA....................................................................... 1-1 1.1. Overview............................................................................................ 1-1 1.2. Installing Microsoft ActiveSync ..................................................... 1-2 1.3. Connecting and Synchronizing PDA to and with your PC .................. 1-6 1.4. Installing WipConfig PDA on the PDA................................................ 1-9

    2. Getting Started........................................................................................ 2-1 2.1. Starting WipConfig............................................................................. 2-2 2.2. Areas of the WipConfig PDA Screens................................................ 2-5

    2.2.1. Toolbar................................................................................ 2-6 2.2.2. Data Source Indication ........................................................ 2-7 2.2.3. Status Bar ........................................................................... 2-9 2.2.4. Menu Bar........................................................................... 2-11

    2.3. Changing Login Password ............................................................... 2-12 2.4. Working with Configuration Files...................................................... 2-13

    2.4.1. Saving ............................................................................... 2-14 2.4.2. Opening............................................................................. 2-16

    2.5. Applying Factory Defaults ................................................................ 2-17 2.6. Displaying WipConfig PDAs SW Version ........................................ 2-19 2.7. Quitting WipConfig PDA................................................................... 2-20

    3. Connecting to a Device .......................................................................... 3-1 3.1. Overview............................................................................................ 3-1 3.2. Connecting WipConfig PDA to the ASWipLL Device.......................... 3-2 3.3. Disconnecting WipConfig PDA from the ASWipLL Device ................. 3-5

  • Contents WipConfig PDA User's Guide

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    4. Configuring the SPR............................................................................... 4-1 4.1. Defining SPR Configuration Parameters............................................ 4-2

    4.1.1. Defining Network Parameters.............................................. 4-3 4.1.2. Defining Air Parameters ...................................................... 4-5 4.1.3. Defining RF Parameters ...................................................... 4-7 4.1.4. Defining VLAN Parameters ................................................. 4-9 4.1.5. Defining Ping Parameters.................................................. 4-12

    4.2. Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) Graph............................ 4-13 4.2.1. Viewing ............................................................................. 4-13 4.2.2. Defining the Polling Rate ................................................... 4-14 4.2.3. Deleting............................................................................. 4-15

    5. Configuring the BSR .............................................................................. 5-1 5.1. Defining Network Parameters ............................................................ 5-2 5.2. Defining Air Parameters..................................................................... 5-4 5.3. Defining RF Parameters .................................................................... 5-6 5.4. Defining VLAN Parameters................................................................ 5-8 5.5. Defining Ping Parameters ................................................................ 5-10

    6. Configuring the BSDU............................................................................ 6-1 6.1. Defining Network Parameters ............................................................ 6-2 6.2. Defining Air Parameters..................................................................... 6-4 6.3. Defining RF Parameters .................................................................... 6-6 6.4. Defining VLAN Parameters................................................................ 6-8 6.5. Defining Power Control Parameters................................................. 6-10

    Glossary .............................................................................................................A-1

    B. Cable Connections .................................................................................B-1

    C. Index........................................................................................................C-1

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    Welcome to WipConfig PDAWelcome to WipConfig PDAWelcome to WipConfig PDAWelcome to WipConfig PDA Airspans WipConfig PDA program is a configuration tool designed to run on personal digital assistants (PDA). WipConfig PDA allows you to perform initial configurations on ASWipLL devices, eliminating the need for a PC, and thereby, making configuration a quick and easy process.

    WipConfig PDA allows you to connect to the ASWipLL device through a serial or network (IP) communication path. The network communication path uses SNMP for SET and GET processes.

    WipConfig PDA provides you with a graph displaying real-time Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) measurements. Thus, WipConfig PDA allows you to effectively position ASWipLL devices for optimum radio signal reception.

    WipConfig PDA allows you to save your configuration settings for later use. Therefore, you can quickly apply configuration settings to multiple devices requiring similar configuration settings.

    Purpose of this Guide This guide provides step-by-step instructions for using WipConfig PDA. This includes, for example, instructions for connecting the PDA running WipConfig PDA to ASWipLL devices, defining configuration parameters, saving and opening configuration files, and viewing RSSI graphs.

    Targeted Audience This gui