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Using A Telnet Session - Cisco AIRONET 340 Series Quick Start Manual

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Configure the Bridge (continued)
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In the row in the Privacy menu labeled Encrypt radio packets, click on, mixed on, or mixed
off to select the WEP category for the bridge.
— Off is the default setting, which means that the bridge will not communicate with an
access point using WEP.
— On means that the bridge will communicate only with access points that use WEP.
— Mixed on means that the bridge will always use WEP when communicating with the
access point, but that the access point will communicate with all devices whether they
use WEP or not.
— Mixed off means that the bridge will not use WEP when communicating with the
access point, but the access point will communicate with all devices whether they use
WEP or not.
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In the Configuration menu, click Identity.
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In the System name entry field, enter a network label for the bridge and click Save. This
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name will identify the bridge in the association table on any access point.

Using a Telnet Session

Follow these steps to configure the bridge using a Telnet session:
1
On your computer's Start menu, select Programs > Accessories > Telnet.
If Telnet is not listed in your Accessories menu, select Start > Run, type Telnet in the entry
field, and press Enter.
2
When the Telnet window appears, click Connect and select Remote System.
Note
In Windows 2000, the Telnet window does not contain pull-down menus. To start the
Telnet session in Windows 2000, type open followed by the bridge's IP address and skip to
Step 4.
3
In the Host Name field, type the bridge's IP address provided by the IP Finder utility. Click
Connect.

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