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to help meet your data collection needs. You have
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The 0110/0111 Access Point is a long range, high
performance local area network product that
bridges Intermec's 2.4 GHz radio frequency net-
work and your Ethernet network.
The 0115 Access Point is a long range, high perfor-
mance local area network product that bridges
Intermec's 2.4 GHz radio frequency network and
your token ring network.
The access point is designed to be a "plug-and-
play" product. In many cases, you will not need to
run any software to configure it. If you need to
configure your access point, you will find the
software easy to use.
Before you can install and configure your access
point, you need these minimum system require-
(0110/0111) An Ethernet cable drop and cable
(0115) A token ring cable drop and cable
A terminal or PC that is running a terminal
emulation program and an empty serial port
or, a PC that is running a Telnet client on the
or, a PC connected to a modem and a separate
modem to connect to the access point
(Optional) At least one other Intermec data
collection device with an OpenAir radio
Using the Access Point in Simple Networks
In wireless networks, access points and data collec-
tion devices can easily communicate with each other
using TCP/IP when they are in range of each other.
Intermec ships TRAKKER
terminals with the TCP/IP stack and application
preloaded. For JANUS
TCP/IP devices, you need
to use the JANUS 2.4 GHz Install Utility to configure
them to communicate with a host using Intermec
TNVT, ANSI, TN3270, or TN5250 terminal emulation
or Novell TNVT or ANSI terminal emulation.
When data collection devices are communicating
using UDP Plus, the access point routes packets
from the devices to the Model 200 Controller in
your network if you are running screen mapping.
Using Access Points in a Roaming Network
You can install several access points to allow data
collection devices to roam while maintaining the
same network connection. Devices can connect with
any access point that is within range.
Performing a Quick Installation
You may follow the quick installation procedure if
all of these conditions are true:
There will be only one access point on this
You will use all of the default values.
You will not be managing the access point
remotely through a Telnet session and therefore
do not need to set an IP address.
You will not be setting a security ID on your
If any of the above conditions is not true, see
"Performing a Standard Installation" in the 0110/
0111/0115 Access Point User's Manual.
To perform a quick installation
1. Attach the antenna.
2. Mount the access point.
3. Connect the access point to the wired network.
4. Plug in the power supply.
You are ready to begin using your access point to