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    Motorola air defense configuring an ap650 running wing 5.x as a sensor only Motorola air defense configuring an ap650 running wing 5.x as a sensor only Document Transcript

    • Motorola AP650 Configuring an AP650 Running WiNG 5.X as a Sensor Only AP650 WiNG5.X Default Configuration An AP650 Access Point running WiNG 5.0.0.0-107R or higher firmware includes the following factory default configuration: 1. No regulatory, regional or contact information. 2. A default username admin and password Motorola. 3. The SSHv2 remote management interface is enabled. 4. Will obtain IP addressing from DHCP on VLAN 1. 5. Radios are configured for client services. An AP650 Access Point running WiNG 5.0.0.0-005R has a different factory default configuration and should be configured using Part Number 72E-135967-01, Configuring an AP650 as a Sensor Only. Log into the AP650 1. Using a SSH tool such as PuTTy connect to the IP address assigned to the AP650 from the DHCP server. 2. Log in using the default username/password. login as: admin admin@192.168.11.101's password: Motorola Note The latest WiNG 5.X firmware requires you to change the default password when you initially connect to the AP650 Access Point. 3. When prompted enter a new password. Welcome to CLI System is currently using the factory default login credentials. Please change the default password to protect from unauthorized access. Enter new password: hellomoto Confirm new password: hellomoto Password for user ‘admin’ changed successfully. Please write this password change to memory (write memory) to be persistent. Basic Configuration Procedure (All Deployments) 1. Enter enable and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D> enable 2. Enter self and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D# self Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. Note By default the AP650 Access Point will not remember its startup configuration and requires a Wireless Controller. The following command will configure the AP650 to save and remember its startup configuration. 3. Enter configuration-persistence then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# configuration-persistence 1
    • Motorola AirDefense 4. Optionally, enter hostname followed by the assigned hostname then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# automatic-write 5. Optionally, enter contact followed by a contact name/email address then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# contact admin@example.com 6. Optionally, enter location followed by a location name then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# location 1st-floor-lobby Note You can display the list of available ISO country codes by issuing the show wireless regulatory country-code command. 7. Enter country-code us and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# country-code us Note The AP650 Access Point can support up to three sensor server IP addresses. At least one sensor server IP address must be defined. Note By default the AP650 will communicate to the sensor servers using TCP port 443. This port can be changed if required by using the sensor-server <1-3> ip <ip-address> port <port> command. 8. Enter sensor-server <1-3> ip <server-ip> then press <Enter>. This command allows you to define primary, secondary and tertiary sensor server IP address on the AP650 Access Point. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# sensor-server 1 ip 192.168.10.35 ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# sensor-server 2 ip 192.168.10.36 ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# sensor-server 3 ip 192.168.10.37 9. Enter interface radio 1 and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# interface radio 1 10. Enter rf-mode sensor then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D-if-radio1)# rf-mode sensor 11. Enter interface radio 2 and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# interface radio 2 12. Enter rf-mode sensor then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D-if-radio2)# rf-mode sensor 13. Enter end and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D-if-radio2)# end 14. Enter commit write then press <Enter>. This will commit and save the changes on the AP650 Access Point. ap650-31142D# commit write Co-Existence with Wireless Controllers Running WiNG 4.X Note By default the AP650 Access Point will automatically downgrade its firmware if it discovers and adopts to a Wireless Controller running WiNG 4.X. The following procedure will disable automatic downgrades and allow the AP650 to co-exist on a network with Wireless Controllers running WiNG 4.X firmware. 1. Enter enable and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D> enable 2. Enter self and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D# self Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 3. Enter no legacy-auto-downgrade and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# no legacy-auto-downgrade 2
    • 4. Enter end and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# end 5. Enter commit write then press <Enter>. This will commit and save the changes on the AP650 Access Point. ap650-31142D# commit write Configuring Static IP Address 1. Enter enable and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D> enable 2. Enter self and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D# self Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 3. Enter interface vlan1 and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# interface vlan 1 4. Enter ip address <ip-address>/<mask-length> then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D-if-vlan1)# ip address 192.168.1.100/24 5. Enter exit and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D-if-vlan1)# exit 6. Enter ip default-gateway <gateway-ip-address> then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# ip default-gateway 192.168.1.1 7. Optionally, enter ip name-server <ip-address> then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# ip name-server 192.168.1.6 8. Optionally, enter ip domain-name <domain-name> then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# ip domain-name example.com 9. Enter end and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-device-00-23-68-31-14-2D)# end 10. Enter commit write then press <Enter>. This will commit and save the changes on the AP650 Access Point. ap650-31142D# commit write Note Static IP addressing can be removed by issuing a remove-override interface vlan 1 command. Changing Passwords Note The default password is changed when you initially login to the AP650 Access Point. The following procedure outlines how to change the password post login if required. 1. Enter enable and then press <Enter>. 2. Enter config terminal and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D# configure terminal Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. 3. Enter management-policy default and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config)# management-policy default 4. Enter username admin password <newpassword> role superuser access all and the press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-management-policy-default)# username admin password hellomoto role superuser access all 3
    • Motorola AirDefense 5. Enter end and then press <Enter>. ap650-31142D(config-management-policy-default)# end 6. Enter commit write and then press <Enter>. This will commit and save the changes on the AP650 Access Point. ap650-31142D# commit write Verification 1. Verify the AP650 radios are configured for sensor operation. The STATE field for the radios should display as Sensor. ap650-1# show wireless radio -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------AP-NAME AP-LOCATION AP-MAC :Rn RF-MODE STATE CHANNEL POWER CLIENTS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ap650-1 default 00-23-68-31-14-2D :R1 sensor Sensor N/A ( smt) 0 (smt) 0 ap650-1 default 00-23-68-31-14-2D :R2 sensor Sensor N/A ( smt) 0 (smt) 0 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2. Verify that the AP650 is communicating with the sensor-server. The STATUS field for the first available sensor server should display as connected. ap650-31142D# show wireless sensor-server ----------------------------------------------------------------------# SENSOR SERVER IP PORT STATUS ----------------------------------------------------------------------1 192.168.10.35 443 connected 2 192.168.10.36 443 not connected 3 192.168.10.37 443 not connected ----------------------------------------------------------------------- MOTOROLA is registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. AirDefense is a registered trademark of AirDefense, Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2011. All rights reserved. 72E-145523-01, Rev B 4