Advantek Networks AWN-11N-USB Manual

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High Power Wireless – N
Model # AWN-11N-USB


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    High Power Wireless – N USB Adapter Manual Model # AWN-11N-USB...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents USING THIS DOCUMENT................3 INTRODUCTION ..................3 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ..............3 Driver Installation and Uninstallation............4 Driver Installation..................4 Driver Uninstallation ................8 Wireless LAN Manaement GUI.............12 Introduction of Main Window ................12 Main Menu..................12 Adapter List Area ................13 Properties Area..................

  • Page 3: Using This Document, Introduction, System Requirements

    1 USING THIS DOCUMENT This document provides detailed user guidelines for Wireless LAN USB Adapter operation and setting-up. Though every effort has been made to ensure that this document is up-todate and accurate, more information may have become available subsequent to the production of this guide. 2 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing Wireless LAN USB Adapter.Wireless LAN USB Adapter is a perfect combination of both performance and cost-effective product introduced.

  • Page 4: Driver Installation And Uninstallation, Driver Installation

    4 Driver Installation and Uninstallation Warning! Do not cover or block the airflow to the adapter. The adapter will reach a high temperature during use. 4.1 Driver Installation Before you proceed with the installation, please notice the following descriptions. Notes1: The following installation was operated under Windows 7.

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    Step 3: Click Next Step 4: Click Install...

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    The system starts software installation of the WLAN USB adapter. Step 5: Click Finish to complete the installation.

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    After click Finish to complete the installation , under Windows7 <ALL Programs> menu , REALTEK 11n USB wireless LAN Utility program installed. Realtek Utility shortcut on the desktop. Insert the wireless LAN USB adapter into your computer USB port , the computer detected and active the wireless LAN USB adapter automatically.

  • Page 8: Driver Uninstallation

    4.2 Driver Uninstallation Step 1: Uninstall the WLAN USB Adapter Driver from "Start">"All Programs" >"REALTEK 11n USB Wireless LAN Utility">Click "Uninstall" to remove Wireless LAN USB Adapter driver.

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    Open Control Panel and click Programs. Click Uninstall a program...

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    Select REALTEK Wireless LAN Driver and Utility Click Uninstall Step2: Click Yes.

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    Step 3: Click Finish to complete the uninstallation.And restart computer.

  • Page 12: Wireless Lan Manaement Gui, Introduction Of Main Window, A. Main Menu

    5 Wireless LAN Manaement GUI Introduction of Main Window A. Main Menu 1. Refresh(R) When clicking the refresh menu, you can update and re-enumerate the contents of adapter list area. 2. Mode(M) Wireless configuration is quickly switched to be either [Station] or [Access Point].

  • Page 13: B. Adapter List Area

    3. About (A) Click the "About" to show the about dialog. The application version and license information are shown in the about dialog. B. Adapter List Area All connected adapters on this system with multiple adapter installations are displayed in this area. It is easy for users to change the selected adapter by one click. The contents of properties area are dependant on wireless configuration that the selected adapter is set up.

  • Page 14: C. Properties Area, D. Global Control Bar

    C. Properties Area The contents of this area are dependent on current wireless configuration. The current configuration is determined on previous explanation of submenu "Mode". The more detailed contents are described in the following wireless configuration sections for both Station and AP mode. D.

  • Page 15: Station Mode

    Client mode utility running and WLAN Adapter scan available network. Client mode utility running and WLAN Adapter can not scan any AP. Radio Off Turn off the radio to save power.While the radio is off, the links with other wireless network nodes are disconnected.

  • Page 16: General

    Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc With both Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc types, the properties should look like the picture above. Six property pages present different information of current wireless network status.Please read the following explanations before you reviewing these pages, it could help you to well understand the wireless environment around the system.

  • Page 17: Profile

    8. Network Address Mac Address: six two-digital number of this Wireless LAN USB adapter IP Address: assigned network address by DHCP server or self-definition in four three-digital number format. Subnet Mask: the only valid value is 2555.255.255.0 Gateway: It comes from connected AP. Your system can not connect internet with this field empty.

  • Page 18: Available Network

    5.4 Available Network This page presents all BSS, including AP and IBSS, around this system. You can pick any one of these network connections. 1. Refresh : Rescan network connection around this system. 2. Add to Profile : Create profile for selected network connection and add it to to profile list.

  • Page 19: Status

    5.5 Status Page NDIS Driver Version: Driver version Short Radio Header: No Encryption: Current encryption mode. Authenticate: Authentication state Channel Set: Selected channel plan currently. MAC Address: MAC address of this adapter. Data Rate: Wireless LAN transition speed Channel(Frequency): Current channel number Status: Wireless network status SSID: name of connecting AP Network Type: Indicate current network configuration type...

  • Page 20: Statistics

    5.6 Statistics Page You could watch the Tx/Rx status of current wireless connection. This page shows a statistic analysis of packet transition.

  • Page 21: Wi-fi Protect Setup

    5.7 Wi-Fi Protect Setup...

  • Page 22: Access Point Mode, General

    6 Access Point Mode 6.1 General Page This page provides general information of this AP, including name, MAC address and list of joined stations. 1. SSID : The name of this AP. 2. BSSID : Six two-digital numbers of the MAC address of this AP. 3.

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    Network Name (SSID) : Name of the AP searchable by other wireless nodes. The length of SSID should be shorter than 32 characters. Channel : Select the wireless channel within current channel plan. Network Authentication & Data Encryption : Open System : It is combined with data encryption type to be WEP or to be disabled.

  • Page 24: Advanced, Statistics

    hexadecimal number in the network key box. For example, 10 digits hex number for 64-bit WEP or 26 digits hex number for 128-bit WEP. Key index (advanced) (1 ~4) : At most four key index to represent the opposite network key. 6.2 Advanced Page Users could setup the advanced characteristics of network packet for transmission on this page.

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    6.4 ICS Page 1. ConnName : List all network connections to this system. You can pick up one from the listed item(s) whose network domain you would want to connect to. 2. Select : Make the desired network connection to public network. 3.

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