Introduction Introduction The AirDefense Model 510 Remote Sensor passively observes and collects all wireless LAN traffic, analyzes the 802.11 frames, extracts meaningful data points to determine key attributes and transmits these to the server appliance. This sensor has two radios (one 802.11a and one 802.11 b/ g) and scans both frequency bands (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) simultaneously.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide WARNING! Indicates a condition or procedure that could result in personal injury or equipment damage. 1.3 Warnings Read all installation instructions and site survey reports, and verify correct equipment installation before • connecting the Model 510 Sensor to its power source. Remove jewelry and watches before installing this equipment.
Model 510 Sensor Specifications Model 510 Sensor Specifications 2.1 Operating Frequency 802.11a: 5.15 ~ 5.850 GHz 802.11b: 2.4 ~ 2.497 GHz 802.11g: 2.4 ~ 2.497 GHz NOTE The sensor is a passive wireless monitoring device for Wireless Intrusion Prevention; transmission only occurs when termination is activated; the device is shipped with termination disabled as the default setting.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 2.5 Unit Power Supply DC Input: 5 VDC, 1.92 A maximum PoE input: -48 VDC, 0.2 A maximum Power consumption: 9.6 W maximum NOTE Power can also be provided to the sensor through the Ethernet port based on IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) specifications.
Hardware Hardware 3.1 Hardware Features External antenna Kensington security connectors slot 802.11a 802.11b/g RJ-45 ports Port 2 Port 1 Figure 1: Model 510 Hardware Features 3.2 Component Description 3.2.1 Ethernet Ports The 510 has two RJ-45 ports. Each port provides a 10/100BASE-TX Ethernet connection to the network.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 3.2.2 External Antennas Connectors The Model 510 Sensor has two threaded, standard SMA connectors for attaching optional external antennas. WARNING! The external connectors on the 510 are labeled: 11B/G and 11A. Each connector is a standard SMA connector. Make sure you attach the antenna to the correct connector.
Hardware 3.2.5 Console Port This port can be used to connect a console device to the access point through a serial cable. The console device can be a PC or workstation running a VT-100 terminal emulator, or a VT-100 terminal. 3.2.6 Ethernet Port The sensor has one 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX RJ-45 port that can be attached directly to 10BASE-T/...
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 3.2.8 LEDs The 510 has three Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) that indicate sensor status. The standard orientation or positioning for the Model 510 Sensor is to have all LEDs at the bottom of the device (smiley face). Following is a description of the individual LED indicators: •...
Hardware LEDs LED Appearance Description Possible Cause & Remedy LED 1: off Sensor is receiving Sensor is likely in LED 2: solid GREEN power, has process of booting or LED 3: blinking received DHCP or cannot find the GREEN is configured for AirDefense server static IP, and is (primary or...
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 3.3 Hardware Dimensions Diameter 16.76 cm (6.6 inches) Height 4.69 cm (1.85 inches) Figure 2: Model 510 Sensor Dimensions 3.4 Cable Requirement The Ethernet ports on the 510 sensor cannot accept a CAT 5 cable that has an uneven sheath such as the one shown below.
Hardware Installation Hardware Installation 4.1 Safety Compliance WARNING! Installation must be performed by qualified service personnel only. Please follow all warning notices and instructions marked on the product or included in the documentation. The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 4.4 Wall Installation Recommendations If you plan to install a 510 on a partial wall or other vertical surface, orient the top of the access point (the side with the LEDs) toward the intended coverage area. The radio antennas transmit through the top of the access point but not through the bottom (where the bracket is).
Hardware Installation 4.7 Suspended Ceiling Installation 4.7.1 Flush Ceiling Tiles This procedure applies to T-bars that are 23.9 mm (15/16 inches) wide. Mounting Template Mounting Bracket 510 Sensor Figure 4: Required Hardware for Flush Ceiling Tiles 1. Use the mounting template to cut a hole for the CAT 5 cable. 2.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 3. Attach the mounting bracket to the T-bar clamp. Universal mounting bracket Universal mounting bracket Port connector opening T-bar T-bar Port connector opening (View from above ceiling tiles, looking down) 4. Insert the CAT 5 cable through the port connector opening in the mounting bracket, then plug the cable into the 510.
Hardware Installation 5. Attach the 510 Sensor to the mounting bracket. Lock T-bar WARNING! If you plan to use an external antenna for the 802.11b/g or 802.11a radio, install the antenna at least 20 cm from the sensor. 4.7.2 Drop Ceiling Tiles This procedure applies to T-bars that are 23.9 mm (15/16 inches), 14.2-mm (9/16-inches), or 15.9-mm (5/8-inches) wide.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 1. Use the mounting template to cut a hole for the CAT 5 cable. 2. Install the T-bar clamp that fits the T-bar. T-bar T-bar Slide together Slide together T-bar clamp halves T-bar clamp halves 15.9mm (5/8”) T-Bar 23.0mm (15/16”) or 14.2mm (9/16”) T-Bar (The clamps are different widths but the assembly is the same.)
Hardware Installation 5. Insert the CAT 5 cable through the port connector opening in the mounting bracket, then plug the cable into the 510. 6. Attach the 510 to the mounting bracket. Lock T-bar WARNING! If you plan to use an external antenna for the 802.11b/g or 802.11a radio, install the antenna at least 20 cm from the Sensor.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 4.8 Junction Box Installation The following hardware is required for a junction box installation: 510 Sensor Mounting Bracket Mounting Hardware Figure 6: Required Hardware for Junction Box Installation 1. Remove the mounting bracket from the 510 Sensor.
Hardware Installation 2. Attach the bracket to the junction box. Port connector opening 3. Plug the CAT 5 cable into the Sensor and attach the 510 to the mounting bracket. Lock WARNING! If you plan to use an external antenna for the 802.11b/g or 802.11a radio, install the antenna at least 20 cm from the Sensor.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 4.9 Solid Wall or Ceiling Installation The following hardware is required for a solid wall or ceiling installation: 510 Sensor Mounting Template Mounting Bracket Mounting Hardware Figure 7: Required Hardware for Solid Wall or Ceiling Installation 1.
Hardware Installation 4. Plug the CAT 5 cable into the access point. Cable Universal Mounting Bracket 5. Attach the access point to the mounting bracket. Lock WARNING! If you plan to use an external antenna for the 802.11b/g or 802.11a radio, install the antenna at least 20 cm from the Sensor.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 4.10 Tabletop Installation The following hardware is required for tabletop installation: Rubber Feet 510 Sensor Mounting Bracket Figure 8: Requried Hardware for Tabletop Installation 1. Remove the mounting bracket from the 510. 2. Reverse the bracket and attach it to the 510.
Hardware Installation 3. Attach the rubber feet. 4. Turn the 510 over and place it on the table. WARNING! If you plan to use an external antenna for the 802.11b/g or 802.11a radio, install the antenna at least 20 cm from the Sensor.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide Configuring the 510 Sensor 5.1 Connect to 510 Sensor 1. Directly connect the Sensor to your station using the supplied Ethernet cable. NOTE If an AirDefense PoE injector is used, connect your Station to "Data In" and connect your Sensor to "Data and Power out". 2.
Configuring the 510 Sensor 5.3 Set Addresses You must provide a valid IP address, netmask, and gateway IP address for the Sensor to communicate with the AirDefense Server. You can manually set each Sensor's static IP address, Sensor Netmask, and Gateway IP address, or you can automatically receive these address settings from a DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol) server.
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 5.4 Confirm Connectivity to the Server Confirm connectivity to the Sensor by looking at the tree panel on the Sensor Dashboard panel of the Server UI. To do this: 1. Log into the AirDefense Server. 2.
Sensor UI Sensor UI All Sensor network settings can be modified from either the Sensor UI or from the Sensor program area in the AirDefense GUI. Several settings are required for initial Sensor setup, in order for the Sensor to communicate with the AirDefense Server. For a list of the required settings, see “Set Addresses”...
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide 6.2 Configure Sensor Tab The Configure Sensor tab (below) is the default tab in the Sensor UI. It contains controls that let you specify sensor settings. The following table lists and describes these settings. Setting Description Sensor Name Enter a friendly user name for the Sensor.
Sensor UI Setting Description Use DHCP Select the option of setting up your Sensor to use DHCP. It is enabled by default. If you do not want to use DHCP, choose , and then type the sensor's: • IP Address •...
Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide Zero-Configuration Options As an alternative to the manual IP configuration described earlier in this guide, AirDefense provides two options that let you install Sensors without locally configuring the primary Enterprise server on each sensor. The Zero-Configuration options are: •...
Zero-Configuration Options The previous command will produce the string: 01:06:41:44:77:69:64:73:02:04:c0:a8:64:02:03:04:c0:a8:64:03:ff For Microsoft Windows 2000, 2003 DHCP Servers For Microsoft DHCP servers, you choose the option from the existing DHCP 043 Vendor Specific Info options. With option 043 configured, the sensors will be able to automatically request AirDefense primary server information from the DHCP server.
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Model 510 Sensor: Installation Guide Radio Frequency Interference Requirements—FCC This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
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