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WirelessIP 3000
Administrator Manual
Thank you for purchasing the WirelessIP 3000.
● Before use, kindly read this "Administrator Manual"
thoroughly to have an understanding of the contents.
● After reading, place it within reach at all times such as at
the side of this product.
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Product is certified to comply with technical standards.
TD61-2898A

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    TD61-2898A WirelessIP 3000 Administrator Manual Thank you for purchasing the WirelessIP 3000. ● Before use, kindly read this “Administrator Manual” thoroughly to have an understanding of the contents. ● After reading, place it within reach at all times such as at the side of this product.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    User Password Reset ..............................1-31 Version Upgrade..................................1-32 Error Log....................................1-34 Web Server..................................1-35 Initializing.....................................1-36 Memory Info (Memory Usage).............................1-37 Chapter 2 Web Settings ..............................2-1 WirelessIP 3000 Web Settings ..............................2-2 Overview ...................................2-2 When setting via TELNET:..............................2-2 Access restrictions ................................2-2 Management User Menu...............................2-3 Main ....................................2-3 - 2 -...

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    Configuration..................................2-4 System Setup..................................2-5 ■ Load & Upgrade ..............................2-6 ■ Change Password ..............................2-6 ■ Web Server Stop ..............................2-7 Network Setup...................................2-7 Chapter 3 Appendix................................3-1 Glossary ....................................3-2 INDEX....................................3-5 - 3 -...

  • Page 4: Chapter 1 Administrator Settings

    Chapter 1 Administrator Settings - 1-1 -...

  • Page 5: Administrator Menu

    Chapter 1 Administrator Administrator Menu Settings Makes required settings for using the phone. Only administrators are able to set items on the Administrator Menu. Press the key to select Menu. Select “5. Setup” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key.

  • Page 6: Network

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings This configures network-related settings. From the Admin menu, Select “1. Network config” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Network You can check the settings for the type of connected network as well as information about settings. From the Network config menu, Select “1.

  • Page 7: Addition

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Addition New network profiles can be created When making additions to the profile, press the key on Network confi screen to select the submenu. Select “1. Add”, and press the key. A confirmation message is displayed. Select "Yes"...

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    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Select encryption type. Select “None”, “WEP” or “WPA-PSK” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. If returning to the previous screen, press the key. If “WEP” is selected, a screen for performing settings related to WEP is displayed. Input the values as prompted on screen.

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    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Configure the settings for the network authentication method. For “Mode”, select “Disable”, “WEB”, “8021X-MD5”, “8021X-TLS”, “8021X-PEAP”, or “8021X-TTLS” using the keys. If returning to the previous screen, press the key. If anything other than “Disabled” is selected, the screen for setting the user ID and password is displayed.

  • Page 10: Deletion

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings The Advanced settings screen is displayed. Other advanced settings can be made using the keys of the key. When the settings are completed, select “1. Save & Exit”, and press the key. Select "Yes" using the keys of the key, and set this using the key.

  • Page 11: Priority-level Settings

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Priority-Level Settings The priority level of a profile can be set. When setting the priority level of a profile, from the profile-list screen Select the profile to be set using the keys of the key, and press the key to select the submenu.

  • Page 12: Wireless Lan

    Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Administrator Administrator Network Settings Settings ■ Wireless LAN The SSID that identifies the access point can be set. From the Config1(profile name) menu, Select “2. WLAN” using the keys of the key, and set using the key.

  • Page 13: When Wep Is Selected For Mode

    Chapter 1 Chapter 3 Administrator Administrator Network Settings Settings ■ When WEP is selected for Mode If “WEP” is selected as the Mode, for the “Auth Algorithm”, Select “Auto”, “Open System”, or “Pre-shared Key” using the keys of the key . Select “WEP bits”...

  • Page 14: When Wpa-psk Is Selected For Mode

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Hex (Hexadecimal Code) and Alpha (ASCII Code) equivalence chart Hex|Alpha Hex|Alpha Hex|Alpha Hex|Alpha Hex|Alpha Hex|Alpha ■ When WPA-PSK is selected for Mode Select “Pre-shared key” (PassPhrase). Input the same value as the value set in the connection device.

  • Page 15: Authentication Method

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Authentication Method Authentication method is the settings related to network authentication. From the Config1(profile name) menu, Select “4. Authenticate” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Select “Edit” using the key, For “Mode”, Select “Disable”, “WEB”, “8021X-MD5”, “8021X-TLS”, “8021X-PEAP”, or “8021X-TTLS”...

  • Page 16: Tcp/ip

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ TCP/IP The settings for DHCP, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS can be configured. From the Config1(profile name) menu, Select “5. TCP/IP” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key.

  • Page 17: Sip Outb Proxy

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ SIP Outb Proxy You can set the Outbound Proxy server settings. Depending on the system configuration it may not be necessary to set them. From the Config1(profile name) menu, Select “6. SIP Outb Proxy” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the...

  • Page 18: Nat Traversal

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ NAT Traversal This product supports UPnP and Static NAT, and it is possible to make calls from within the LAN to outside the LAN via a NAT Box. At these times, the settings for UPnP and Static NAT can be made to match the settings of the NAT Box to be connected to.

  • Page 19: Qos

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings From the NAT Traversal menu, Select “3. Static NAT” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Select “Edit” using the key. Input the values for external IP and port number. Finally, save using the key.

  • Page 20: Coding

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Coding You can set the CODEC (priority and transmission interval) to match the system configuration. From the Config1(profile name) menu, Select “9. Coder” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. From the Coder menu, Select one codec using the keys of the...

  • Page 21: Sip

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings SIP settings can be configured. From the Network menu, Select “2. SIP” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. ■ User account Configures the settings for the display name, phone number, user ID, and URL Scheme. From the SIP menu, Select “1.

  • Page 22: Server

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Server Configures the settings related to the server. From the SIP menu, Select “2. Server setup” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Select “Edit” using the key. Input values for the following items: •...

  • Page 23: Outbound Proxy

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Outbound Proxy The settings for the outbound proxy server can be configured. Depending on the system configuration it may not be necessary to set them. From the SIP menu, Select “4. Outbound proxy” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the...

  • Page 24: Network Connection

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Network Connection ■ Network Connection When adding, deleting, and changing settings of profiles, reconnection can be done manually. From the Network menu, Select “3. Network reload” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key.

  • Page 25: Certificate Management

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Certificate Management Certificate settings can be configured. From the Network menu, Select “4. Certs manager” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. ■ Certificate Management When running 802.1x (EAP-TLS, PEAP, TTLS), information on root certificates and private certificates can be imported and checked.

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    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings From the Certs manager menu, Select “3. Download RootCA” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. A warning message is displayed. Select “Yes” or “No” using the keys of the key. If “Yes”...

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    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings From the Certs manager menu, Select “4. Download PrivateCA” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. If the PrivateCA is not downloaded, a warning message as listed on the right will display.

  • Page 28: Network Search

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Network Search Information on detected signals can be displayed. From the Network menu, Select “5. Site scan” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. A message indicating a search is in progress appears. Several seconds later, the SSIDs of the detected access points are displayed.

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    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Refer to the list of SSIDs for detected access points, select the SSID to be connected to, select submenu by pressing the key, and select “2. Add”. Follow the wizard as in the screen displayed to the right, and each of the network settings can be performed in order.

  • Page 30: Ping

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings Ping A Ping can be executed for any IP address. From the Network menu, Select “6. Ping test” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. ■ Manual Operations From the Ping test menu, Select “1.

  • Page 31: Proxy Server 1

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings ■ Proxy Server 1 From the Ping test menu, Select “2. 1st Proxy” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Proxy server 1 is pinged. recv: Shows the response to the ping. The following digits show the response time (seconds).

  • Page 32: Default Gateway

    Chapter 1 Administrator Network Settings If proxy server 2 is not set, a message as in the diagram on the right is displayed. ■ Default Gateway From the Ping test menu, Select “4. Gateway” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key.

  • Page 33: Password

    Chapter 1 Administrator Password Settings The settings for changing administrator password and resetting user password are configured. From the Admin menu, Select “2. Password” using the keys of the key , and confirm using the key. Administrator Password If the administrator password is forgotten, contact the sales agent where the purchase was made. This sets the administrator password.

  • Page 34: User Password Reset

    Chapter 1 Administrator Password Settings When you input the password, a screen like that on the right is displayed for a few seconds. User Password Reset This resets the user password. From the Password menu, Select “2. UserPwd Reset” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the...

  • Page 35: Version Upgrade

    Chapter 1 Administrator Version Upgrade Settings The firmware version can be upgraded online. From the Admin menu, Select “3. Upgrade” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Select “1. Program” by pressing the key . A message is displayed. Press the key.

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    Chapter 1 Administrator Version Upgrade Settings When “Yes” is selected, the screen for specifying the TFTP server is displayed. Input the IP address of the TFTP server, and confirm using the key. The downloading of firmware commences. When the downloading of firmware completes, a confirmation message is displayed. When the key is pressed and “Yes”...

  • Page 37: Error Log

    Chapter 1 Administrator Error Log Settings The contents of the error log can be checked. From the Admin menu, Select “4. Error log” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. The history for error messages is displayed. When an error message is selected from the list, the details for the error are displayed.

  • Page 38: Web Server

    Chapter 1 Administrator Web Server Settings Here, the functions of the Web server can be switched ON/OFF. From the Admin menu, Select “4. Web server” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Select “Enabled” or “Disabled” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the...

  • Page 39: Initializing

    Chapter 1 Administrator Initializing Settings Reverts settings to the configuration last uploaded. From the Admin menu, Select “6. Phone reset” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Select “Yes” or “No” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key.

  • Page 40: Memory Info (memory Usage)

    Chapter 1 Administrator Memory Info (Memory Usage) Settings This displays the memory usage. From the Admin menu, Select “7. Memory Info” using the keys of the key, and confirm using the key. Memory usage is displayed. - 1-37 -...

  • Page 41: Chapter 2 Web Settings

    Chapter 2 Web Settings - 2-1 -...

  • Page 42: Wirelessip 3000 Web Settings

    First, prepare the PC to be used for setting the WirelessIP 3000. Next, perform the network settings that will enable the PC to be connected to the WirelessIP 3000 phone. When starting up the WirelessIP 3000 web settings, start up the browser from the PC and access http://<host>:<port>/...

  • Page 43: Management User Menu

    The basic information regarding the phone such as its software version and TCP/IP settings is displayed. [Display Items] • Model: displays model name • Software version: displays software version of the WirelessIP 3000 • IP address: displays IP address of the phone • Net mask: displays net mask of the phone •...

  • Page 44: Configuration

    Chapter 2 Web Settings Management User Menu Configuration This is the menu for configuring the product. 1. Select the item to be changed. 2. Edit the value. (Example on screen is “SYSTEM”) 3. Click the “CHANGE VALUE” button and change the settings. - 2-4 -...

  • Page 45: System Setup

    Chapter 2 Web Settings Management User Menu 4. Click the “YOU MUST REBOOT” button and reboot this product. * If this product is not rebooted, the settings are not applied. * Depending on the item, "YOU MUST REBOOT" button may not be displayed. For those cases, the settings are applied after the “CHANGE VALUE”...

  • Page 46: Load & Upgrade

    Chapter 2 Web Settings Management User Menu ■ Load & Upgrade This upgrades the firmware and configuration of the phone. 1. Enter the IP address of the TFTP server where the firmware is located. 2. Indicate the type of upgrade (software/config). 3.

  • Page 47: Web Server Stop

    Management User Menu ■ Web Server Stop This stops the web server used for accessing the WirelessIP 3000 web settings. Note that access via WWW is not possible during the time the “Web Server Stop” button is clicked. Network Setup Configures SIP/Network.

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    Chapter 2 Web Settings Management User Menu 2. Edit the value. (Example on screen is “USER ACCOUNT”) 3. Click the “CHANGE VALUE” button and change the settings. - 2-8 -...

  • Page 49: Chapter 3 Appendix

    Chapter 3 Appendix - 3-1 -...

  • Page 50: Glossary

    Chapter 3 Appendix Glossary If the SSID of the wireless LAN client is set to ‘ANY connection’, any wireless LAN access point can ANY Connection be connected to. However, access points that reject LAN clients set to ‘ANY connection’ cannot be connected to. CODEC Algorithm for compressing and decompressing digital video and audio data.

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    It is characterized by having no authentication function and allowing easy usage. Protocol) It can be used for updating the settings file and firmware of WirelessIP 3000. UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) Technical specifications for enabling mutual recognition of devices connected to a network such as PC or peripheral devices.

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    Chapter 3 Appendix Glossary Proxy Server This is the computer that connects to the internet as an “agent” in place of internal computers that cannot directly connect to the internet, and is the boundary between the internet and the internal network of an enterprise.

  • Page 53: Index

    Chapter 3 Appendix INDEX A N administrator password ............... 1-30 Network..................1-3 B P Basic info ..................1-8 PassPhrase ................. 1-11 beacon interval ................3-3 Ping..................1-27, 3-2 Profile Name................1-4, 1-8 Protocol................3-2, 3-3, 3-4 C Proxy server .................1-19, 3-4 Channel ..................3-3 R...

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    Our corporate homepage provides updated information and version upgrade services for each product. To use this product in the most appropriate manner it is recommended that this homepage is periodically visited. Home page: http://www.wirelessip5000.com/ Copyright© 2006 Hitachi Cable, LTD. First Edition, February 2005 Second Edition, June 2005 Third Edition January 2006...

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