Z-Com XG-1020 Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for Z-Com XG-1020 Wireless Access Point (38 pages)

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1336/1336657-xg1020.pdf file (14 Dec 2023)
  • Manufacturer: Z-Com
  • Category of Device: Wireless Access Point
  • Document: XG-1020, File Type: PDF Operation & User’s Manual
  • Updated: 14-12-2023
  • Count of Pages: 38
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Z-Com XG-1020 Wireless Access Point PDF Operation & User’s Manual (Updated: Thursday 14th of December 2023 05:25:14 AM)

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Compatible devices: AC-1031, FWA-600ND, PRO Series, ORiNOCO AP-8000, ZCN-1523H-2-8, AC-1028, XG-580 PLUS, XG-3120.

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  • 2, Z-Com XG-1020 2 Table of Content Chapter 1 Introduction..................................................................................................... 3 1-1 Features and Benefits................................................................................................ 3 1-2 Applications.............…

  • 3, Z-Com XG-1020 3 Chapter 1 Introduction The 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point is an AP and Bridge Mode, 2.4GHz and up to 54Mbps wireless LAN access point. The 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point can communicate with other mobile devices enabled for 802.11g standard-based wireless LAN con…

  • 4, Z-Com XG-1020 4 1-2 Applications The 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point offers a fast, reliable, high-speed, and high security solution for wireless clients access to the network in applications like these: 1. Remote access to corporate network information E-mail, file transfer and terminal emulation. 2. Difficult-t…

  • 5, Z-Com XG-1020 5 Chapter 2 Hardware Installation This chapter describes initial setup of the 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point. 2-1 Package Contents The package you have received should contain the following items: If any of the above items are not included or damaged, please contact your local vendor for suppo…

  • 6, 6 2-3 Mechanical Description Front Panel The front panel provides LED’s for device status. Refer to the following table for the meaning of each feature. LED STATUS Description Off 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point is off. PWR/SYS On 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point is in service. Green O…

  • 7, 7 Rear Panel To know the rear panel features, please refer to the following table for the meaning of each feature. Power Socket (DC 12v) Connect the DV 12V/1.2A power supply. ONLY use the power adapter supplied with the 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point. Otherwise, the product may be damaged. Reset Si…

  • 8, 8 2-4 Hardware Installation Before installing the 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point, you should make sure that your Ethernet network is up and working with a computer. You'll be connecting the access point to the Ethernet network so that computers with 802.11g wireless adapters will be able to communica…

  • 9, 9  Connect the Power Cable Connect the power adapter to the power socket on the 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point, and plug the other end of the power into an electrical outlet. Warning: We cannot assume the responsibility for the damage from using with the other power adapter supplier.  Con…

  • 10, 10 Chapter 3 Configuring your Access Point with the Web-Based User Interface 3-1 Start-up and Log in In order to configure the Access Point, you must use your web browser and please do the following: 1. Type this Access Point’s address http://192.168.1.1 in the Location (for IE) or Address field and press E…

  • 11, 11 3-1-2 System The Device Name is used to give a name to your Access Point. This will enable you to manage your Access Point more easily if you have multiple Access Points on your network. IP Address Assigment: Allow you to setup your device ip address. You can use fixed IP address or obtai…

  • 12, 12 3-2 Wireless Setup 3-2-1 Wireless Settings The Wireless LAN Setup page lets you make changes to the wireless network settings. The Basic Settings, you can make changes to the wireless network name Operation Mode, SSID, Broadcast SSID, Wireless Mode, Channel/Frequency. The Advance Settings, you can make changes…

  • 13, 13 Wireless Mode: There are three different wireless modes to operate, “Auto (11g/11b)”, “802.11b only”, and “802.11g only”. In Auto (11g/11b) mode, the access point is compatible with a mix of both 802.11g and 802.11b clients. You will see that the factory-set default “Auto (11b/11g)” will prove …

  • 14, 14 DTIM Interval: This value indicates the interval of the Delivery Traffic Indication Message (DTIM). A DTIM field is a countdown field informing clients of the next window for listening to broadcast and multicast messages. When the Access Point has buffered broadcast or multicast messages for associated clie…

  • 15, 15 while transmitting. Note: If you complete the settings, please click on “Apply” for changes to take effect. …

  • 16, Z-Com XG-1020 16 3-2-1-2 Wireless Client Select Wireless Client in the Operation Mode field to display the screen as shown next. This mode has the device act as wireless client to connect to a wireless network. Note: WPA, WPA2 and IEEE 802.1x wireless security are not available when you use Wireless Client, Bridge or…

  • 17, 17 Radio Enable: Turn on the wireless adapter to allow wireless communications between the device and other IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g compliant wireless device. Turn off the wireless adapter to stop wireless communications between the device and other IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g compliant wirele…

  • 18, 18 3-2-1-3 Bridge The device can act as a wireless network bridge and establish wireless links with other APs. You need to know the MAC address of the peer device, which also must be in bridge mode. When twi devices connect in Bridge mode, they form a WDS (Wireless Distribution System) allowing th…

  • 19, Z-Com XG-1020 19 Basic Settings Operation Mode: Selecte the operating mode from the drop-down list. The options are Access Point, Wireless Client, Bridge, AP+Repeater. Channel: Select the appropriate channel from the list provided to correspond with your network settings. Wireless Mode: There are three diffe…

  • 20, Z-Com XG-1020 20 wireless network. Specifies rate of data transmission. Select the desired rate from the drop-down menu and choose “Best” to adapt the rate to the best available. Preamble Type: The Preamble defines the length of the PLCP synchronization field for communication between the Access Point and Network Card.…

  • 21, Z-Com XG-1020 21 3-2-1-4 AP+Repeater Select AP+Repeater as the Operation Mode to have the device act as an access point and a wireless bridge. Basic Settings Operation Mode: Selecte the operating mode from the drop-down list. The options are Access Point, Wireless Client, Bridge, AP+Repeater. SSID: The SSID is a unique …

  • 22, Z-Com XG-1020 22 off the broadcast of the SSID, click “No” check box next to “Broadcast SSID”. And your Access Point will refuse the connection requests from whose are not aware the Network ID. But certainly the Access Point can be easily connected well when you realize the Network ID. The default sett…

  • 23, 23 Traffic Indicator Maps, and the Traffic Indicator Message (TIM). Intra-BSS traffic: Intra-BSS traffic is trffic between wireless stations in the same BSS. Enable Intra-BSS traffic to allow wireless stations connected to the device to communicate with each other. Disable Intra-BSS traffic to only allo…

  • 24, 24 Node” problem. If the size of the packet transmitted is larger than the value you set, the RTS will be enabled. When the RTS is activated, the station and its Access Point will use a (RTS/CTS) mechanism for data transmission. The setting range is 0-2346. Fragmentation: Fragmentation mechanism is used for impr…

  • 25, 25 3-2-2 Security Settings WEP To prevent unauthorized wireless stations from accessing data transmitted over the network, the Access Point Security Settings window offers WEP features, making your data transmission over air more secure and allows you to specify Encryption Key(s) if you enable encryption for…

  • 26, 26 WPA2: If selected, you must configure the Radius Server Setting Screen. Note: When Operation Mode is setted in Wireless Client or Bridge mode, WPA2 can’t be setted. WPA&WPA2: If selected, you must configure the Radius Server Setting Screen. Note: When Operation Mode is setted in Wireless C…

  • 27, 27 A-F). Note: The WEP key must be set up exactly the same on the Wireless Access Points as they are on the wireless clients. If you set “0011223344” for the Wireless Access Point, the same WEP key “0011223344” must be assigned to other client stations. Authentication Server Authentication Server IP …

  • 28, Z-Com XG-1020 28 3-2-3 MAC Filter The MAC Filter allows you to restrict wireless access by MAC Address. This provides an additional layer of security. To change your device’s MAC filter settings, click MAC Filter, and select the check box of Active. Note: Be careful not to list your computer’s MAC address and s…

  • 29, Z-Com XG-1020 29 3-3 Management 3-3-1 Password Setup Here allow you to change the Access Point’s password, do the following: 1. To change the current password, choose the “Change Password” option from the “Management” section in the Wireless Access Point’s left page. Key in the default password “pa…

  • 30, 30 3-3-2 Configuration File Backup Configuration: Allow to backup your current configuration to your computer. Restore Configuration: To restore your configuration from a previously saved configuration file. Back to Factory Defaults: The reset button will clear all user-entered configurations and w…

  • 31, Z-Com XG-1020 31 3-3-3 F/W Upload The Upgrade Firmware menu will display the Upgrade Firmware window so that you could update the latest firmware on the 802.11g SOHO Wireless Access Point. Please make sure that you have downloaded the latest and correct firmware from the product support website and store it in local drive …

  • 32, 32 3-3-4 Logs You can view logs and alert messages in the screen. Once the log table is full, old logs are deleted as new logs are created. Refresh: Click Refresh to renew the log screen. Clear Log: Click Clear Log to clear all the logs. …

  • 33, 1 注意 ! 依據 低功率電波輻射性電機管理辦法 第十二條 經型式認證合格之低功率射頻電機,非經許可,公司、商號或使用 者均不得擅自變更頻率、加大功率或變更原設計之特性及功能。 第十四條 低功率射頻電機之使…

  • 34, 1 Caution This device, complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received; including interference that may cause undesired operation. This T…

  • 35, Z-Com XG-1020 2 Limited Warranty This Warranty constitutes the sole and exclusive remedy of any buyer or reseller’s equipment and the sole and exclusive liability of the supplier in connection with the products and is in lieu of all other warranties, express, implied or statutory, including,…

  • 36, Z-Com XG-1020 3 Please complete the information below and include it along with your products. Name: Title: Company: Telephone: Fax: Email: City/State/Zip code: Country: Product Name: Serial Number: MAC Address: Invoice Date: Product Description: If you have any furt…

  • 37, Z-Com XG-1020 Z-Com, Inc. A Wireless Networking Company 7F-2, No.9, Prosperity 1st Rd., Science-Based Industrial Park, Hsinchu, 300 Taiwan Tel : 886-3-5777364 Fax : 886-3-5773359 STANDARD IEEE 802.11b standard compliant IEEE 802.11g standard compliant RADIO Chipset Atheros Antenna 1 * undetach…

  • 38, Z-Com, Inc. A Wireless Networking Company 7F-2, No.9, Prosperity 1st Rd., Science-Based Industrial Park, Hsinchu, 300 Taiwan Tel : 886-3-5777364 Fax : 886-3-5773359 MEMORY SIZE Flash 4MB (Serial Flash) SDRAM 16MB PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS Dimension 110mm(L)*125mm(W)*30mm(H) Weight 200g (appro…

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