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EPSON
DNUB-E1
Revision: 1
Issue Date: 2012/09/10
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  • Page 1 User Manual EPSON DNUB-E1 Revision: 1 Issue Date: 2012/09/10...
  • Page 2 Revision History Edition # Reason for revision Issue date Author  Initial Draft Document 2012/09/10 Lydia Tsai    ...
  • Page 3: General Description

    1. General Description DNUB-E1 is a 802.11n sign-chip solutions for USB dongle. It’s very small and cost-effective modules which can bundle with TVs, set-top boxes, personal video recorders and other devices to a WiFi network. 2. Usage Thank you for purchasing the WLAN a/b/g/n USB2.0 Adapter that provides the easiest way to wireless networking.
  • Page 4 3. Driver/Utility Installation / Uninstallation 3. Connecting to an Existing Network 1. Double click the shortcut icon of WLAN a+b+g USB2.0 Adapter on the desktop, and the Configuration window appears. 2. Click on the Refresh button to list all available networks.
  • Page 5 Note! To automatically connect to the network with the strongest signal, select Enable Smart Selection. Any displays in Profile List. 3. From the list of “Available Networks”, choose one network by double clicking the Network Name. One of the following dialog boxes appears. Click “Yes” to continue. 4.
  • Page 6 5. If selecting WPA or 802.1X, select the EAP type, then click on the Configure button to select the certificate.
  • Page 7 6. If selecting WPA-PSK, click on the Configure button to enter the PassPhrase.
  • Page 8 7. If selecting Pre-Shared Key, click on the Configure button to enter the correct Encryption Keys. Key entry method: a.10hex digits: User must enter 10 hexadecimal digits. The hexadecimal define is "0-9" and "A-F". ex: 123456abc b.5 chars: User must enter 5 characters. ex: ab3#@ c.13 chars: User must enter 13 characters.
  • Page 9 Additional Note for Windows XP In Windows XP, it is recommended that you use the WLAN a+b+g USB2.0 Adapter Configuration Utility. Before using the Utility, please follow the steps below to disable the Windows XP Zero Configuration: Option 1: 1. Double click the shortcut icon to open the Utility. 2.
  • Page 10 4. Creating an Ad Hoc New Network NOTE! Ad-hoc mode is available only for 802.11b/g. It is not available for 802.11a. This is a client product and do not have radar detection function specified by FCC. The software will not let you to use ad-hoc under 802.11a. 1.
  • Page 11 3. Choose the check box of Enable Advanced Setting to edit all settings. 4. If joining or creating an Ad-Hoc network, choose Ad Hoc. 5. Click OK (or Apply if using the other tabs) to save the settings. For details of each setting, refer to Modifying a Wireless Network on page 6.
  • Page 12 7. If security is used, select Pre-Shared Key and click on the Configure button.
  • Page 13 8. Enter an encryption key in the Shared: First field. 9. Click OK (or Apply if using the other tabs) to save the settings. The new Network Name is listed in the Profile List. The driver does not allow channel selection in Ad-Hoc mode. Instead, the driver starts with an initial channel then checks channel status.
  • Page 14 5. Modifying a Wireless Network 5.1 Infrastructure Mode and Ad Hoc Mode You can set the Wireless Network Adapter to work in either Infrastructure mode or Ad Hoc mode. NOTE! Ad-hoc mode is available only for 802.11b/g. It is not available for 802.11a. This is a client product and do not have radar detection function specified by FCC.
  • Page 15 5.2 Modifying a Wireless Network 1. Open “WLAN a+b+g USB2.0 Adapter Configuration” by double clicking the shortcut icon on the desktop. Note! If there’s no network name listed in the “Profile List”, click Refresh button and double click a Network Name from Available Networks. The chosen Network Name is listed in the Profile List.
  • Page 16 3. Select Profile Editor tab and edit the settings. Click OK to save the modifications.  Configuration Name: This name identifies the configuration. This name should be unique.  Network Name (SSID1) (SSID2) (SSID3): The name of the wireless network. This name cannot be longer than 32 characters.
  • Page 17 NOTE! Ad-hoc mode is available only for 802.11b/g. It is not available for 802.11a. This is a client product and do not have rador detection function specified by FCC. The software will not let you to use ad-hoc under 802.11a. ...
  • Page 18 4. Select Security tab and choose the security mode. Note! Check with your Network Administrator for the security features supported by your  WPA: Enables the use of WiFi protected Access (WPA). This option requires IT administration. a) Select WPA to open the WPA EAP drop-down menu. The options includes TLS and PEAP.
  • Page 19  Pre-Shared Key: Enables the use of pre-shared keys that are defined on the AP and the station. a) Select the Pre-Shared Key radio button. b) Click on the Configure button and complete the configuration information in the Define Certificate dialog. ...
  • Page 20 should be at least 20 characters to make it more difficult for an attacker to decipher the key. 7. If selecting Pre-Shared Key, click on the Configure button to enter the Encryption Keys.When finished, click OK. For WEP key, please contact with MIS administrator. ...
  • Page 21 automatically truncated to fit. If the key length is increased again, the key does not update to the previous value. 8. Click OK to save the settings. 9. Select “TCP/IP Property” tab. Enter the settings and click “OK” to save the settings. ...
  • Page 22: Important Note

    FCC Statement: Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement 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. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
  • Page 23 IC Statement: This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
  • Page 24 Pour une utilisation en intérieur uniquement. IMPORTANT NOTE: IC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with IC RSS-102 radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20 cm between the radiator & your body. Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d'exposition aux rayonnements IC établies pour un environnement non contrôlé.