This Quickstart applies to both the MSM750 Access Controller (J9330A) and the MSM750 Mobility Controller (J9327A). This Quickstart introduces the HP ProCurve Networking MSM750 Controller and shows you how to get started using it. After following all directions in this Quickstart, see the MSM7xx Controllers Management and Configuration Guide available at: www.procurve.com/manuals.
Connect the MSM750 LAN port to the LAN port on your computer. entering the country may result in illegal operation and may cause harmful interference to Connect the MSM750 Internet port to a network with Internet access or to the PC port of other systems.
A factory-default MSM750 is assumed. Note: Accurate time is critical for correct operation of the MSM750, as the time configured on the In a web browser, enter the address: https://192.168.1.1. MSM750 is used on all controlled APs. Configure system time settings as follows: At the security certificate prompt proceed as follows: In the management tool, select Service Controller >>...
ProCurve Networking devices. By using these pools, you will get better service and keep from overloading the standard ntp.org server. If the MSM750 will not be connected to the Internet, select Add to configure your own time server, or select Set date & time (manually).
To verify that the MSM AP has been discovered, do the following on the MSM750: This test uses your existing wired connection to the MSM750 LAN port to test the public access interface. The MSM750 Internet port must be connected to the Internet for this test to In the Network Tree, select the + symbol next to Service Controller and then select the be successful.
Log in to the public access interface as described in Test the public access interface on page 5 and confirm that you can browse the Internet. WIRELESS SECURITY: It is recommended that once the MSM750 is installed, Caution: you review the security information in the MSM7xx Controllers Management and Configuration Guide and adjust the security settings to further safeguard the wireless network from intruders.