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HP 530 - Notebook PC Management Manual

HP 530 - Notebook PC Management Manual (562 pages)

ProCurve Wireless Access Point 530  
Brand: HP | Category: Wireless Access Point | Size: 3.11 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started5................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Command Line Interface (cli)5................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Procurve Web Browser Interface6................................................................................................................................................................
General System Configuration7................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Interface Configuration8................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Security Configuration9................................................................................................................................................................
Special Features11................................................................................................................................................................
Command Line Reference12................................................................................................................................................................
Overview23................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions23................................................................................................................................................................
Command Syntax Statements23................................................................................................................................................................
Command Prompts24................................................................................................................................................................
Screen Examples24................................................................................................................................................................
Related Publications25................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Documentation From The Web26................................................................................................................................................................
Sources For More Information26................................................................................................................................................................
Need Just A Quick Start?27................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Addressing27................................................................................................................................................................
Need Just A Quick Start27................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up And Install The Access Point In Your Network28................................................................................................................................................................
Contents30................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Management Interfaces32................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Cli33................................................................................................................................................................
Advantages Of Using The Procurve Access Point 530 Browser Interface34................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Cli38................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Console Access38................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet Access39................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Shell Access39................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli40................................................................................................................................................................
Password Security40................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In41................................................................................................................................................................
Command Levels42................................................................................................................................................................
Manager Exec Level42................................................................................................................................................................
Global Configuration Level42................................................................................................................................................................
Context-specific Configuration Levels43................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Between Command Levels44................................................................................................................................................................
When Changes Are Applied44................................................................................................................................................................
Options For Getting Help In The Cli45................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying All Available Commands45................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Current Command47................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Available Command Options48................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Control And Editing49................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Web Browser Interface Session With The Access Point54................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of The Web Interface56................................................................................................................................................................
The Home Page56................................................................................................................................................................
Support Page57................................................................................................................................................................
Online Help For The Procurve Web Browser Interface57................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Help In The Browser Interface58................................................................................................................................................................
Web Interface Screens59................................................................................................................................................................
Device Information Group60................................................................................................................................................................
Device Information Summary61................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Stations Screen62................................................................................................................................................................
Ap/lan Statistics Screen64................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Statistics Screen65................................................................................................................................................................
Event Log Screen67................................................................................................................................................................
Network Setup Group68................................................................................................................................................................
Network Setup Summary69................................................................................................................................................................
Management Group70................................................................................................................................................................
Management Summary71................................................................................................................................................................
Special Features Group72................................................................................................................................................................
Special Features Summary73................................................................................................................................................................
Tasks For Your First Procurve Web Browser Interface Session74................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Management Password74................................................................................................................................................................
If You Lose The Password76................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting Or Resetting The Access Point76................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Snmp Community Names76................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Radio Mode And Channel78................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tcp/ip Settings79................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Wlan Ssid And Security Settings81................................................................................................................................................................
Ap Network Configuration Checklist89................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Management Passwords90................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting The Management Password90................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting The Management Password92................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Management Access Controls93................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Access Controls94................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Management Controls96................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying System Information99................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting The System Name, Location, And Contact99................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting The System Name101................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ethernet Settings103................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ip Settings Statically Or Via Dhcp103................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ip Settings Statically Or Via Dhcp107................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp109................................................................................................................................................................
Mib Support110................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Basic Snmp Parameters110................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Basic Snmp Parameters112................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Snmp V1 And V2c Traps116................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Traps116................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Trap Hosts119................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Snmp V1 And V2c Traps120................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Snmp V1 And V2c Trap Destinations120................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmpv3122................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling & Disabling Snmpv3122................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmpv122................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling & Disabling Snmpv122................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Enabling & Disabling Snmpv3123................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Enabling & Disabling Snmpv123................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Managing Snmpv3 Users124................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Managing Snmpv3 Users126................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Displaying Snmpv3 Settings127................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling System Logging128................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Logging Parameters129................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Logging Parameters129................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Time (sntp)132................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Sntp Parameters132................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Sntp Parameters134................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Accounting135................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Radius Accounting Server Parameters136................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Enabling Radius Accounting Parameters138................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Filter Control139................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Traffic Filters139................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Traffic Filters140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlan Support141................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting A Management Vlan142................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Changing The Untagged Vlan Id143................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Enabling Vlan Support145................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Group Configuration147................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Deploying Group Configuration148................................................................................................................................................................
The Synchronization Process148................................................................................................................................................................
Security And Integrity Recommendations149................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Enabling Group Configuration149................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Enabling Group Configuration151................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Country Code156................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting The Country Code156................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radio158................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radio Working Mode160................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting The Radio Working Mode161................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting The Radio Working Mode163................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radio Channel And Other Basic Settings164................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Basic Radio Settings164................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Advanced Radio Settings166................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Advanced Radio Settings168................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring B + G Mode169................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring G- Only Mode171................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Pure G Mode172................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Radio Settings173................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Antenna Settings175................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting The Tx Power Reduction175................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting The Antenna Type And Antenna Mode177................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting The Transmit Power Reduction And Antenna Parameters178................................................................................................................................................................
Adaptive Tx Power Control180................................................................................................................................................................
Feature Overview180................................................................................................................................................................
Scope Of Neighboring Aps181................................................................................................................................................................
Adaptive Mode181................................................................................................................................................................
Power Reduction Limit182................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Strategy182................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Adaptive Tx Power Control183................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Adaptive Tx Power Control184................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Multiple Wlan (bss/ssid) Interfaces186................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ssid Interfaces187................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Naming An Ssid Interface190................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Modifying Wlan (bss/ssid) Interface Settings191................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Security Overview200................................................................................................................................................................
User Authentication200................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Authentication200................................................................................................................................................................
X User Authentication201................................................................................................................................................................
Access Point Authentication201................................................................................................................................................................
Encryption202................................................................................................................................................................
Wired Equivalent Privacy (wep)202................................................................................................................................................................
Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (tkip)202................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Mode/cbc-mac Protocol (ccmp)203................................................................................................................................................................
Key Management203................................................................................................................................................................
Security Profiles203................................................................................................................................................................
No Security203................................................................................................................................................................
Static Wired Equivalent Privacy (wep)204................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Wired Equivalent Privacy (wep)204................................................................................................................................................................
Tkip With Preshared Key204................................................................................................................................................................
Aes With Preshared Key204................................................................................................................................................................
Tkip With 802.1x205................................................................................................................................................................
Aes With 802.1x205................................................................................................................................................................
Other Security Features206................................................................................................................................................................
Establishing Security210................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Security Options212................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Configuration Using The Cli218................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Security Settings218................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Client Authentication226................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Setting Radius Server Parameters227................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Radius Server Parameters229................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Establishing Local Radius Accounts230................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Existing Radius Accounts230................................................................................................................................................................
Adding New Radius Accounts231................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Radius User Database233................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Setting Local Radius Server Parameters235................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Mac Address Authentication237................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Order237................................................................................................................................................................
Access Control List And Radius Server237................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockout And Client/station Deauthentication238................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Access Control List239................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Mac Address Authentication240................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Mac Address Authentication241................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Mac Lockout244................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Mac Lockout245................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Client/station Deauthentication246................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring 802.1x Ap Authentication247................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Ap Authentication247................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ap Authentication248................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ap Authentication249................................................................................................................................................................
The Web-auth Process251................................................................................................................................................................
Associating With The Ap-530251................................................................................................................................................................
Web Authentication For Mobile Users251................................................................................................................................................................
Associating With The Ap251................................................................................................................................................................
Url Intercept252................................................................................................................................................................
Authenticating252................................................................................................................................................................
Redirecting To The Destination Url254................................................................................................................................................................
Web-auth Security254................................................................................................................................................................
User Credentials254................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Encryption254................................................................................................................................................................
The Web-auth Address Pool255................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Authentication Screens255................................................................................................................................................................
Default Text Values For Authentication Screens256................................................................................................................................................................
Login Screen Default Values256................................................................................................................................................................
Welcome Screen Default Values257................................................................................................................................................................
Failed Screen Default Values257................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Deploying Web-auth257................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Summary258................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring The Global Address Pool258................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring The Global Address Pool259................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Global Guest Account Settings260................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Global Guest Account Settings261................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Web-auth On A Wlan262................................................................................................................................................................
Prerequisites262................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Web-auth On A Wlan264................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Customizing The Login, Welcome, And Failed Screens266................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Customizing The Login, Welcome, And Failed Screens268................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Commands274................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Qos Parameters275................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Qos Parameters278................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow282................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Sampling By The Sflow Agent282................................................................................................................................................................
Counter Polling By The Sflow Agent283................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Collector283................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Sflow Receiver Instances283................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow Instances283................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Distribution System (wds) And Spanning Tree Protocol (stp)285................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Wds Parameters289................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Wds Links293................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Stp Parameters296................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Establishing Stp Settings297................................................................................................................................................................
Ap Detection Commands300................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuring Ap Detection Parameters300................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Configuring Ap Detection303................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Table305................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Table Description305................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Configuring The Probe Table305................................................................................................................................................................
Identity Driven Management306................................................................................................................................................................
Idm Vlan306................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Acl In A Radius Server307................................................................................................................................................................
Idm Rate Limiting307................................................................................................................................................................
Idm Acl307................................................................................................................................................................
General Commands318................................................................................................................................................................
Configure318................................................................................................................................................................
Exit319................................................................................................................................................................
Logout320................................................................................................................................................................
Ping321................................................................................................................................................................
Reload322................................................................................................................................................................
Show322................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal324................................................................................................................................................................
System Management Commands325................................................................................................................................................................
Country326................................................................................................................................................................
Hostname328................................................................................................................................................................
Domain329................................................................................................................................................................
Password Manager329................................................................................................................................................................
Buttons330................................................................................................................................................................
Cli-confirmation331................................................................................................................................................................
Console331................................................................................................................................................................
Telnet332................................................................................................................................................................
Web-management333................................................................................................................................................................
Show Buttons334................................................................................................................................................................
Show Console335................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssh335................................................................................................................................................................
Show System-information336................................................................................................................................................................
Show Version338................................................................................................................................................................
System Logging Commands339................................................................................................................................................................
Logging340................................................................................................................................................................
Show Debug341................................................................................................................................................................
Show Logging341................................................................................................................................................................
System Clock Commands343................................................................................................................................................................
Sntp343................................................................................................................................................................
Show Sntp344................................................................................................................................................................
Show Time344................................................................................................................................................................
Network Management Application Commands345................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Community Restricted | Unrestricted346................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Contact347................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Host348................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Location349................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Port350................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp-server Trap351................................................................................................................................................................
Show Snmp-server353................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 Enable354................................................................................................................................................................
Snmpv3 User-name355................................................................................................................................................................
Show Snmpv3355................................................................................................................................................................
Show Snmpv355................................................................................................................................................................
Lldp356................................................................................................................................................................
Show Lldp357................................................................................................................................................................
Flash/file Commands358................................................................................................................................................................
Copy359................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Custom-default Startup-config359................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Startup-config360................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Factory-default361................................................................................................................................................................
Copy Running-config361................................................................................................................................................................
Erase362................................................................................................................................................................
Write363................................................................................................................................................................
Show Config364................................................................................................................................................................
Show Copy365................................................................................................................................................................
Show Tech365................................................................................................................................................................
Show Custom-default366................................................................................................................................................................
Show Running-config368................................................................................................................................................................
Group Configuration369................................................................................................................................................................
Group-config369................................................................................................................................................................
Group-config Name370................................................................................................................................................................
Group-config Member-id370................................................................................................................................................................
Show Group-config371................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Accounting/authentication373................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-accounting373................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Failover-to-local | Retransmit374................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Primary | Secondary375................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Users377................................................................................................................................................................
Radius-local377................................................................................................................................................................
Show Radius-local378................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Address Authentication380................................................................................................................................................................
Mac-auth-local380................................................................................................................................................................
Mac-auth-remote381................................................................................................................................................................
Show Mac-auth-local382................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Lockout383................................................................................................................................................................
Lockout-mac383................................................................................................................................................................
Show Lockout-mac384................................................................................................................................................................
Lockout-mac Clear384................................................................................................................................................................
Client/station Deauthentication386................................................................................................................................................................
Deauth-mac386................................................................................................................................................................
Web Authentication Commands387................................................................................................................................................................
Web-auth (global Address Pool)388................................................................................................................................................................
Web-auth (global Guest User)389................................................................................................................................................................
Web-auth (wlan Configuration)390................................................................................................................................................................
Web-auth (wlan Screen Customization)391................................................................................................................................................................
Show Web-auth393................................................................................................................................................................
Ap Authentication Commands394................................................................................................................................................................
Ap-authentication394................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ap-authentication395................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering Commands395................................................................................................................................................................
Inter-station-blocking396................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless-mgmt-block396................................................................................................................................................................
Show Filters397................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Interface Commands399................................................................................................................................................................
Interface399................................................................................................................................................................
Enable (ethernet)400................................................................................................................................................................
Disable (ethernet)400................................................................................................................................................................
Description401................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Primary401................................................................................................................................................................
Dns Secondary402................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Address403................................................................................................................................................................
Ip Default-gateway404................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Duplex405................................................................................................................................................................
Show Interface406................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Interface Commands409................................................................................................................................................................
Radio410................................................................................................................................................................
Ssid411................................................................................................................................................................
Closed-system412................................................................................................................................................................
Mode413................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna414................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Mode414................................................................................................................................................................
Basic-rate415................................................................................................................................................................
Supported-rate416................................................................................................................................................................
Channel-policy416................................................................................................................................................................
Beacon-interval417................................................................................................................................................................
Dtim-period418................................................................................................................................................................
Max-stations419................................................................................................................................................................
Preamble419................................................................................................................................................................
Protected-mode420................................................................................................................................................................
Fragmentation-thresh420................................................................................................................................................................
Inactivity-timeout421................................................................................................................................................................
Slot-time422................................................................................................................................................................
Rts-threshold422................................................................................................................................................................
Tx-power-reduction423................................................................................................................................................................
Enable (wireless)424................................................................................................................................................................
Disable (wireless)425................................................................................................................................................................
Show Radio425................................................................................................................................................................
Show Ssid426................................................................................................................................................................
Show Wlan428................................................................................................................................................................
Show Basic-rate430................................................................................................................................................................
Show Stations431................................................................................................................................................................
Show Supported-rate432................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Security Commands433................................................................................................................................................................
Security434................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-default-key436................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-key-ascii437................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-key-length438................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-key438................................................................................................................................................................
Open-system-auth439................................................................................................................................................................
Shared-key-auth440................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-allowed | Wpa2-allowed440................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-pre-shared-key441................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-cipher-tkip442................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-cipher-aes442................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-psk-ascii443................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-psk-hex443................................................................................................................................................................
Rsn-preauthentication444................................................................................................................................................................
Neighbor Ap Detection Commands445................................................................................................................................................................
Ap-detection445................................................................................................................................................................
Ap-detection Duration446................................................................................................................................................................
Ap-detection Expire-time446................................................................................................................................................................
Ap-detection Interval447................................................................................................................................................................
Ap-detection Max-entries447................................................................................................................................................................
Show Detected-ap448................................................................................................................................................................
Adaptive Tx Power Control Commands450................................................................................................................................................................
Atpc450................................................................................................................................................................
Atpc Avoid-other-aps451................................................................................................................................................................
Atpc Rf-group-name451................................................................................................................................................................
Atpc Adapt452................................................................................................................................................................
Atpc Max-atpc-atten453................................................................................................................................................................
Show Atpc453................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan Commands455................................................................................................................................................................
Vlan455................................................................................................................................................................
Untagged-vlan456................................................................................................................................................................
Management-vlan456................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Ap-params459................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Sta-params461................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Wmm463................................................................................................................................................................
Show Qos464................................................................................................................................................................
Rate-limit466................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Distribution System (wds)467................................................................................................................................................................
Description (wds)467................................................................................................................................................................
Disable (wds)468................................................................................................................................................................
Enable (wds)468................................................................................................................................................................
Wds-ssid469................................................................................................................................................................
Radio-used469................................................................................................................................................................
Remote-mac (wds)470................................................................................................................................................................
Show Wds470................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-key (wds)471................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-key-ascii (wds)472................................................................................................................................................................
Wep-key-length (wds)472................................................................................................................................................................
Wpa-pre-shared-key (wds)473................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol (stp)474................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Access Point Software480................................................................................................................................................................
General Software Download Rules480................................................................................................................................................................
A Server480................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Tftp, Ftp, Or Stp Software Download To The Access Point481................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Viewing Software Versions483................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Configuration Files484................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Configuration File Upload And Download484................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Performing Configuration File Commands486................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Access Point490................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Rebooting The System490................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Rebooting The System491................................................................................................................................................................
Manual: Using The Reset And Clear Buttons491................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling The Access Point Push Buttons494................................................................................................................................................................
Web: Disabling The Push Buttons494................................................................................................................................................................
Cli: Disabling The Access Point Buttons495................................................................................................................................................................
System Management502................................................................................................................................................................
System Logging503................................................................................................................................................................
System Clock503................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp504................................................................................................................................................................
Web Authentication505................................................................................................................................................................
Ap Authentication506................................................................................................................................................................
Filtering506................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Interface506................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Interface507................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Security508................................................................................................................................................................
Ap Detection508................................................................................................................................................................
Use Model: Airport Deployment515................................................................................................................................................................
Airport Case 1 – No Rf Group Name515................................................................................................................................................................
Settings516................................................................................................................................................................
Decisions: Ap #1516................................................................................................................................................................
Decisions: Ap #4516................................................................................................................................................................
Results With No Rf Group Name516................................................................................................................................................................
Airport Case 2 – With Rf Group Name517................................................................................................................................................................
Results With Rf Group Name518................................................................................................................................................................
Airport Model Analysis518................................................................................................................................................................
Use Model: Warehouse Deployment519................................................................................................................................................................
Warehouse Case 1 – Adaptive Mode Ap519................................................................................................................................................................
Decisions: Ap #1 And Ap #4520................................................................................................................................................................
Results With Adaptive Mode Ap520................................................................................................................................................................
Warehouse Case 2 – Adaptive Mode Ap + Clients521................................................................................................................................................................
Results With Adaptive Mode Ap + Clients521................................................................................................................................................................
Warehouse Model Analysis522................................................................................................................................................................
Gpl2 (gnu General Public License, V.2)526................................................................................................................................................................
Gpl + Linking Exception531................................................................................................................................................................
Clearsilver532................................................................................................................................................................
Dropbear License534................................................................................................................................................................
Sflow License536................................................................................................................................................................
Lgpl (gnu Lesser General Public License)540................................................................................................................................................................
Intel (2)549................................................................................................................................................................
Cmu (carnegie Mellon University)552................................................................................................................................................................
Openssl553................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 530: User Guide  
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Components13................................................................................................................................................................
Top Components14................................................................................................................................................................
Buttons And Lights14................................................................................................................................................................
Keys15................................................................................................................................................................
Pointing Devices16................................................................................................................................................................
Right-side Components16................................................................................................................................................................
Left-side Components17................................................................................................................................................................
Bottom Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Number Location19................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Major Components20................................................................................................................................................................
Display Assembly Components24................................................................................................................................................................
Plastics/hardware Kit25................................................................................................................................................................
Mass Storage Devices26................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Parts27................................................................................................................................................................
Sequential Part Number Listing28................................................................................................................................................................
Preliminary Replacement Requirements33................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required33................................................................................................................................................................
Service Considerations33................................................................................................................................................................
Plastic Parts33................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Guidelines34................................................................................................................................................................
Cables And Connectors34................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Handling34................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge Damage34................................................................................................................................................................
Packaging And Transporting Guidelines36................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Guidelines36................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Guidelines37................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown User Password38................................................................................................................................................................
Component Replacement Procedures39................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Number39................................................................................................................................................................
Battery40................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive41................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Feet43................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Module43................................................................................................................................................................
Wlan Module45................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Drive47................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Cover49................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard51................................................................................................................................................................
Button Board54................................................................................................................................................................
Display Assembly55................................................................................................................................................................
Base Enclosure60................................................................................................................................................................
Rtc Battery62................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Assembly63................................................................................................................................................................
Heat Sink65................................................................................................................................................................
Processor67................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker68................................................................................................................................................................
System Board70................................................................................................................................................................
Pc Card Assembly73................................................................................................................................................................
Touchpad Cable75................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Computer Setup77................................................................................................................................................................
Using Computer Setup78................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating And Selecting In Computer Setup78................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Factory Settings In Computer Setup78................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Setup Menus79................................................................................................................................................................
File Menu79................................................................................................................................................................
Security Menu80................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Menu80................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Menu81................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Specifications83................................................................................................................................................................
Inch, Wxga Display Specifications84................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Specifications85................................................................................................................................................................
Primary 4-cell, Li-ion Battery Specifications86................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd±rw And Cd-rw Super Multi Double-layer Combo Drive Specifications87................................................................................................................................................................
Dvd/cd-rw Combo Drive Specifications88................................................................................................................................................................
System Dma Specifications89................................................................................................................................................................
System Interrupt Specifications90................................................................................................................................................................
System I/o Address Specifications91................................................................................................................................................................
System Memory Map Specifications93................................................................................................................................................................
Screw Listing95................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×6.0 Captive Screw96................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm3.0×3.0 Screw97................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.0×9.0 Screw98................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.0×3.0 Screw101................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.0×2.0 Screw104................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.0×7.0 Screw105................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×6.0 Screw106................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×4.0 Screw108................................................................................................................................................................
Windows Vista109................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Your Information110................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Suggestions110................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Specific Files Or Folders111................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Entire Hard Drive111................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Recovery Points112................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Backups112................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery113................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery From The Recovery Discs113................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery From The Hard Drive113................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating A Recovery In Windows114................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating A Recovery From The Hard Drive Recovery Partition114................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Recovery Discs115................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Pin Assignments Audio-out (headphone)121................................................................................................................................................................
Audio-in (microphone)121................................................................................................................................................................
External Monitor122................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-11 (modem)123................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 (network)123................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Serial Bus124................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For All Countries Or Regions125................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Specific Countries Or Regions126................................................................................................................................................................
Recycling Battery127................................................................................................................................................................
Display127................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Hp Protecttools Security Manager8................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Security Roles8................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Hp Protecttools Passwords9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Secure Password11................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Card Bios Security Mode14................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Smart Card Bios Security Mode And Setting The Smart Card Administrator Password15................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Smart Card Bios Security Mode15................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Smart Card Administrator Password16................................................................................................................................................................
Setting And Changing The Smart Card User Password17................................................................................................................................................................
Storing The Administrator Or User Card Password18................................................................................................................................................................
General Tasks19................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Bios Smart Card Settings19................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Smart Card Reader19................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Smart Card Pin19................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up And Restoring Smart Cards20................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Recovery File20................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Smart Card Data21................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Backup Smart Card22................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Java Card Pin24................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Tasks (administrators Only)25................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Java Card Pin25................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Name To A Java Card26................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Power-on Authentication26................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Java Card Power-on Authentication And Creating An Administrator Java Card27................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Java Card28................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Java Card Power-on Authentication28................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up And Restoring Java Cards29................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Java Card Data30................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Backup Java Card30................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Procedures32................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Embedded Security Chip32................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing The Embedded Security Chip33................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Basic User Account34................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Personal Secure Drive35................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypting Files And Folders35................................................................................................................................................................
Sending And Receiving Encrypted E-mail35................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Basic User Key Password36................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Tasks37................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up And Restoring37................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Backup File37................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Certification Data From The Backup File37................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Owner Password38................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting A User Password38................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Embedded Security38................................................................................................................................................................
Permanently Disabling Embedded Security38................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Embedded Security After Permanent Disable38................................................................................................................................................................
Migrating Keys With The Migration Wizard39................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Boot Options41................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling System Configuration Options42................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Hp Protecttools Settings44................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Smart Card Or Java Card Power-on Authentication Support44................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Power-on Authentication Support For Embedded Security45................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Automatic Drivelock Hard Drive Protection46................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Computer Setup Passwords46................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Power-on Password47................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Power-on Password47................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Setup Password47................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Setup Password48................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Password Options48................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Stringent Security48................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Power-on Authentication On Windows Restart48................................................................................................................................................................
Logging On To Credential Manger51................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Credential Manager Logon Wizard51................................................................................................................................................................
Logging On For The First Time52................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Credentials52................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Fingerprints52................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Java Card, Smart Card, Token, Or Virtual Token53................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Fingerprint Reader53................................................................................................................................................................
Using Your Registered Fingerprint To Log On To Windows53................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A Usb Etoken54................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Other Credentials54................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Virtual Token55................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Windows Logon Password55................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Token Pin56................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Identity56................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up An Identity56................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring An Identity57................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing An Identity From The System57................................................................................................................................................................
Locking The Computer58................................................................................................................................................................
Using Windows Logon58................................................................................................................................................................
Logging On To Windows With Credential Manager58................................................................................................................................................................
Adding An Account59................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Account59................................................................................................................................................................
Using Single Sign On59................................................................................................................................................................
Registering A New Application59................................................................................................................................................................
Using Automatic Registration60................................................................................................................................................................
Using Manual (drag And Drop) Registration60................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Applications And Credentials61................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Application Properties61................................................................................................................................................................
Removing An Application From Single Sign On61................................................................................................................................................................
Exporting An Application61................................................................................................................................................................
Importing An Application62................................................................................................................................................................
Modifying Credentials62................................................................................................................................................................
Using Application Protection63................................................................................................................................................................
Restricting Access To An Application63................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Protection From An Application63................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Restriction Settings For A Protected Application64................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Tasks (administrator Only)65................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying How Users And Administrators Log On65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Custom Authentication Requirements66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Credential Properties66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Credential Manager Settings67................................................................................................................................................................
Example 1—using The "advanced Settings" Page To Allow Windows Logon From Credential Manager67................................................................................................................................................................
Example 2—using The "advanced Settings" Page To Require User Verification Before Single Sign On68................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Background Service70................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Configuration71................................................................................................................................................................
Device Class Configuration (advanced)72................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A User Or A Group72................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A User Or A Group72................................................................................................................................................................
Denying Access To A User Or Group72................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Access To A Device Class For One User Of A Group72................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Access To A Specific Device For One User Of A Group73................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary74................................................................................................................................................................
Index76................................................................................................................................................................

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Table of contents
Getting Started1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications5................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Required Hardware7................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Computer9................................................................................................................................................................
Step 1: Insert The Battery10................................................................................................................................................................
Step 2: Connect The Computer To External Power11................................................................................................................................................................
Step 3: Turn On The Computer12................................................................................................................................................................
Step 4: Set Up The Software14................................................................................................................................................................
Step 5: Create Recovery Discs (recommended)14................................................................................................................................................................
Top Components16................................................................................................................................................................
Front Components17................................................................................................................................................................
Left Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Right Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting The Computer19................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting The Computer From Viruses19................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Your System Files20................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Your Privacy20................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting The Computer From Power Surges20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Computer Safely21................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Computer Network23................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Additional Hardware And Software24................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying And Installing Hardware24................................................................................................................................................................
Locating And Installing Software24................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Software Installed On The Computer25................................................................................................................................................................
Finding The User Guides26................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off The Computer Correctly26................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Resources27................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Troubleshooting28................................................................................................................................................................
The Computer Is Unable To Start Up28................................................................................................................................................................
The Computer Screen Is Blank29................................................................................................................................................................
Software Is Functioning Abnormally30................................................................................................................................................................
The Computer Is Turned On But Not Responding30................................................................................................................................................................
The Computer Is Unusually Warm31................................................................................................................................................................
An External Device Is Not Working32................................................................................................................................................................
Working32................................................................................................................................................................
Help And Support Center33................................................................................................................................................................
Contacting Customer Care34................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing An Isp35................................................................................................................................................................
Using The New Connection Wizard36................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing The Type Of Internet Connection36................................................................................................................................................................
Safeguarding Your Data39................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The System39................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Specific Files Or Folders40................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Entire Hard Drive41................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Modifications Made To The System42................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Backups43................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering The System43................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Recovery Discs (highly Recommended)44................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery46................................................................................................................................................................
Recovery Partition47................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Environment49................................................................................................................................................................
Rated Input Power50................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Product Notice3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Hardware7................................................................................................................................................................
Top Components9................................................................................................................................................................
Touchpad9................................................................................................................................................................
Lights10................................................................................................................................................................
Buttons And Speaker11................................................................................................................................................................
Keys12................................................................................................................................................................
Front Components13................................................................................................................................................................
Right-side Components14................................................................................................................................................................
Left-side Components15................................................................................................................................................................
Bottom Components16................................................................................................................................................................
Display Components17................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Antennae (select Models Only)18................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Hardware Components19................................................................................................................................................................
Index21................................................................................................................................................................
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Backup and Recovery  
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Table of contents
Product Notice3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Recovery Discs7................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Your Information8................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Suggestions10................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Specific Files Or Folders11................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up The Entire Hard Drive12................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Recovery Points13................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduling Backups14................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery15................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery From The Recovery Discs16................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery From The Hard Drive17................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating A Recovery In Windows18................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating A Recovery From The Hard Drive Recovery Partition19................................................................................................................................................................
Index20................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Product Notice3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Using Client Management Solutions7................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Deploying A Software Image8................................................................................................................................................................
Managing And Updating Software8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Client Manager (select Models Only)8................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Openview Radia Management Solutions (select Models Only)10................................................................................................................................................................
System Software Manager11................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Iamt Solution13................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Mebx Setup Utility Menus14................................................................................................................................................................
Index16................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Product Notice3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Modem Cable8................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Country-specific Modem Cable Adapter9................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Location Setting10................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Location Selection10................................................................................................................................................................
Adding New Locations When Traveling11................................................................................................................................................................
Solving Travel Connection Problems12................................................................................................................................................................
Index14................................................................................................................................................................
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Computer Setup  
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Table of contents
Product Notice3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Computer Setup7................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating And Selecting In Computer Setup8................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Factory Settings In Computer Setup9................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Setup Menus10................................................................................................................................................................
File Menu10................................................................................................................................................................
Security Menu11................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Menu12................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Menu12................................................................................................................................................................
Index14................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Product Notice3................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Software7................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Bios8................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Bios Version8................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A Bios Update9................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Programs And Drivers11................................................................................................................................................................

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