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Honeywell 7850LP-I1-5210E - Hand Held Products Dolphin 7850 User Manual

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Honeywell WLAN
Secure Wireless Client (SWC)
6100/6500 Terminal with Windows
7600 Terminal with Windows
7600 Terminal with Windows Mobile
7850 Terminal with Windows Mobile
9700 Terminal with Windows Mobile
9900 Terminal with Windows Mobile
User's Guide
CE 5.0
CE 5.0


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  • Page 1 Honeywell WLAN Secure Wireless Client (SWC) For: ® ® Dolphin 6100/6500 Terminal with Windows CE 5.0 ® ® Dolphin 7600 Terminal with Windows CE 5.0 ® ® Dolphin 7600 Terminal with Windows Mobile ® ® Dolphin 7850 Terminal with Windows Mobile ®...
  • Page 2 Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other infor- mation contained in this document without prior notice, and the reader should in all cases consult HII to determine whether any such changes have been made. The information in this publication does not rep- resent a commitment on the part of HII.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Configuring the DeviceConfig.exm File................3-1 Setting up the Terminal ....................3-2 Enabling a Profile ......................3-2 Changing Power Save Mode ....................3-3 Chapter 4 - Administrative Tools Overview ..........................4-1 IP Tab ..........................4-1 Honeywell WLAN Secure Wireless Client WLANSupp-UG Rev G 2/10 (SWC) User’s Guide...
  • Page 4 REASSOCIATE ......................4-4 DHCP release........................ 4-4 DHCP renew........................4-4 RADIO off ........................4-4 DEBUG on ........................4-4 DEBUG off ........................4-5 Technical Assistance......................5-1 Online Technical Assistance..................5-1 WLANSupp-UG Rev G Honeywell WLAN Secure Wireless Client 2/10 (SWC) User’s Guide...
  • Page 5: Chapter 1 - Configuring The Wlan Connection

    Configuring the WLAN Connection Introduction Note: Screen captures in this user’s guide may differ from what appears on your device. The WLAN Secure Wireless Client (SWC) configures the wireless connection of the 802.11b/g radio for numerous Dolphin terminals. Windows Mobile 6.5 Windows Mobile 6 Windows Mobile 5.0 Windows CE 5.0...
  • Page 6: Command Bar Icon Colors

    Command Bar Icon Colors The icon in the command bar on the Today screen changes according to the status of the radio. Color Meaning Matching Status Gray The radio is NO RADIO • Disabled RADIO OFF DISCONNECTED • Idle INACTIVE •...
  • Page 7: Enabling The Wlan Radio Driver

    Enabling the WLAN Radio Driver The radio driver must be enabled for the radio to transmit a signal at all. You cannot connect to a network unless the radio is enabled. For this Terminal Configuration, Do this… Dolphin 6100/6500/7600 with Windows Tap the UP arrow in the lower, right corner of the screen.
  • Page 8: Establishing A Connection

    Establishing a Connection Requirements The parameters you enter in the SWC depend entirely upon the wireless network established in your facility. If you do not know what to enter in these fields, contact your network administrator. 1. On the Today screen or Desktop, tap the icon in the command bar 2.
  • Page 9 8. If required or desired, enter keys or passwords. 9. Tap OK. You are returned to the Config tab where the SSID now appears in the list. 10. Select the device in the list and tap Activate. The configuration activates and the Dolphin terminal attempts to connect to the network according to the parameters you entered.
  • Page 10: Config Tab

    Config Tab You manage connections and configurations on the Config tab. You also determine which configuration the terminal uses to connect. Activating the Configuration To connect, you must select the configuration in the list and tap Activate. The terminal will not attempt to connect until you tap Activate.
  • Page 11 Scan window appears. Buttons Tap this button after you’ve selected an item in the list. It opens the Network Window (see page 1-8) so that you can configure the connection. Rescan Tap this button to rescan the wireless network if you don’t see the device you’re looking for in the list.
  • Page 12: Network Window

    Network Window The Network window contains the configuration options to configure how the terminal connects to your wireless network. You access the Network window from the Config Tab (see page 1-6) by • Tapping New on the Config tab. • Scanning for wireless network devices and adding them to your network; see Using the Scan Feature on page...
  • Page 13 IEEE 802.1X (WEP) Available EAP Methods IEEE 802.1X (WEP) (page 1-9) and WPA-Enterprise (EAP) & WPA2-Enterprise (EAP) (page 1-12) support the following EAP methods: • LEAP • PEAPv0-MSCHAPV2 • PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2 • PEAPv1-GTC • PEAPv1-TLS • FAST-MSCHAPV2 • FAST-GTC • FAST-TLS •...
  • Page 14 Field Description Tunnel PAC &/or Tap the Browse button to load a tunnel and/or machine PAC located on the Machine PAC terminal Note: For EAP-FAST, a one-time provisioning exchange establishes a shared secret, called a Protected Access Credential (PAC) Key. That PAC Key is used for all subsequent authentications.
  • Page 15 WPA-Personal (PSK) & WPA2-Personal (PSK) Note: The Dolphin 6100/6500/7600 with Windows CE 5.0 supports only WPA2 encryption. Supported Encryption Methods • TKIP • AES-CCMP • TKIP+CCMP PSK (Pre-Shared Key) The PSK field is where you enter the pre-shared key. This field accepts ASCII keys between 8–63 characters long.
  • Page 16 WPA-Enterprise (EAP) & WPA2-Enterprise (EAP) Note: The Dolphin 6100/6500/7600 with Windows CE 5.0 supports only WPA2 encryption. Supported Encryption Methods • TKIP • AES-CCMP • TKIP+CCMP Available EAP Methods The following EAP methods are supported: • LEAP • PEAPv0-MSCHAPV2 • PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2 •...
  • Page 17: Common Configurations

    Common Configurations This section contains some of the most common network configurations in detail, including: • (see page 1-13) • PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2 (see page 1-14) • WPA-PSK (see page 1-14) When you select WEP as the association mode, you can select Open encryption for no authentication or encryption or Shared encryption to authenticate via a specific key.
  • Page 18: Peapv1-Mschapv2

    PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2 1. On the Today screen, tap the icon in the command bar 2. Tap the Config tab. 3. Tap New. 4. On the Network window, type in the SSID. 5. Select IEEE 802.1X (WEP) as the Assoc. Mode. 6. Select PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2 as the EAP Method. 7.
  • Page 19: Static Ip

    Static IP You establish a static IP through the radio driver, not the SWC. After the static IP address is established in the radio driver, you configure your wireless connection in SWC as usual. Setting up a Static IP on Windows Mobile-based devices (7600, 7850, 9700 and 9900) 1.
  • Page 20 3. The radio driver opens displaying the IP Address tab. Select Specify an IP address. a. Enter the IP address: b. Enter the Subnet mask: c. Enter the Default gateway: 4. Tap OK. 5. Open the SWC and configure the wireless connection. 1 - 16...
  • Page 21: Status Tab

    Status Tab The Status tab displays the connection status of the current, activated connection; see Activating the Configuration on page 1-6. If the radio is enabled and a radio configuration is activated, the Status tab opens when you tap the icon on the Today screen displaying the status of the current connection.
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  • Page 23: Chapter 2 - Working In Ad Hoc Mode

    Working in Ad Hoc Mode Introduction Most installed wireless LANs today use "infrastructure" mode that requires the use of one or more access points. With this configuration, the access point provides an interface to a distribution system (e.g., Ethernet), which enables wireless users to utilize corporate servers and Internet applications. As an optional feature, however, the 802.11 standard specifies "ad hoc"...
  • Page 24: Initiating An Ad Hoc Connection

    3. Select Use specific IP address and complete the remaining fields. • IP address: The IP address should be the same as the peer device but can be different as long as the default gateway is the same as the peer device. •...
  • Page 25: Chapter 3 - Setting Up The Wlan Swc With Deviceconfig

    On your workstation or your terminal, open the DeviceConfig.exm file in EZConfig. The following instruc- tions show the workstation method. 1. Click Start > All Programs > Honeywell > Dolphin Power Tools and Demos > EZConfig Editor. 2. Tap the Open icon and select the DeviceConfig.exm file.
  • Page 26: Setting Up The Terminal

    5. The keys in the Profile 1 section match the field on the Network Window (see page 1-8). Double- tap on each key value you want to configure and select the desired configurations from the drop-down list. 6. The items in each drop-down list are the same as the items in the drop-down lists on the Network Window (see page 1-8).
  • Page 27: Changing Power Save Mode

    the SWC section Changing Power Save Mode Power Save Mode is enabled in the radio by default. If you are going to DeviceConfig.exm to configure the WLAN Supplicant, make sure that Power Save Mode is sent to Always On. 3 - 3...
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  • Page 29: Chapter 4 - Administrative Tools

    Administrative Tools Overview The SWC offers a number of tools to help you administer your network configurations. IP Tab The IP tab enables you to view statistics about the terminal and active network connection. Release IP Tap this button to release the current IP address (usually assigned by DHCP). Renew IP Tap this button to obtain a new IP address from the DHCP server.
  • Page 30: Advanced Tab

    Advanced Tab The Advanced tab runs several reports that allow you to monitor the background processing of the SWC. In addition, you can also execute certain commands. Tap Run. Select the report from the drop-down list. The results display below. The SWC supports the following reports and commands: •...
  • Page 31 STATUS STATUS queries and retrieves current WPA/EAPOL/EAP status information. For example: bssid=02:00:01:02:03:04 ssid=test network pairwise_cipher=CCMP group_cipher=CCMP key_mgmt=WPA-PSK wpa_state=COMPLETED ip_address= Supplicant PAE state=AUTHENTICATED suppPortStatus=Authorized EAP state=SUCCESS STATUS_VERBOSE STATUS_VERBOSE is the same as STATUS with more verbosity (i.e., more variable=value pairs). For example: bssid=02:00:01:02:03:04 ssid=test network id=0...
  • Page 32: Disconnect

    LIST_NETWORKS Lists configured networks. Fields are separated by a “/” character. For example: network id / ssid / bssid / flags 0 example network any [CURRENT] SELECT_NETWORK Selects a network (disable others). Network ID can be received from the LIST_NETWORKS (page 4-4) command output.
  • Page 33: Debug Off

    DEBUG off Enables debug mode. 4 - 5...
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  • Page 35: Technical Assistance

    Technical Assistance If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting your device, please call your distributor or the nearest technical support office: North America/Canada Telephone: (800) 782-4263 E-mail: Latin America Telephone: (803) 835-8000 Telephone: (800) 782-4263 E-mail: Brazil Telephone: +55 (21) 3535-9100 Fax: +55 (21) 3535-9105 E-mail:
  • Page 36 Honeywell Scanning & Mobility 9680 Old Bailes Road Fort Mill, SC 29707 ™ WLANSupp-UG Rev G 2/10...

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