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August 2003
August 2003
NETGEAR, Inc.
4500 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054 USA
Phone 1-888-NETGEAR
Reference Manual for the
ME103 802.11b ProSafe
Wireless Access Point
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Wireless Access Point

August 2003 August 2003NETGEAR, Inc.4500 Great America Parkway Santa Clara, CA 95054 USAPhone 1-888-NETGEARReference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProS

Page 2 - Technical Support

August 2003vi ContentsDomain Name Server ... B-9Routing Pro

Page 3 - Radio Frequency Notice

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointD-4 Preparing Your PCs for Network AccessAugust 2003Verify the following settings

Page 4

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointPreparing Your PCs for Network Access D-5August 2003Selecting Windows’ Internet Ac

Page 5 - CE Declaration of Conformity

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointD-6 Preparing Your PCs for Network AccessAugust 20032. Type winipcfg, and then cli

Page 6

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointPreparing Your PCs for Network Access D-7August 2003DHCP Configuration of TCP/IP i

Page 7 - Contents

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointD-8 Preparing Your PCs for Network AccessAugust 2003Now you should be at the Local

Page 8

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointPreparing Your PCs for Network Access D-9August 2003DHCP Configuration of TCP/IP i

Page 9

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointD-10 Preparing Your PCs for Network AccessAugust 2003The Local Area Connection Pro

Page 10

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointPreparing Your PCs for Network Access D-11August 2003Verifying TCP/IP Properties f

Page 11 - Chapter 1

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointD-12 Preparing Your PCs for Network AccessAugust 2003

Page 12 - Special Message Formats

August 2003Glossary1GlossaryUse the list below to find definitions for technical terms used in this manual.10BASE-T IEEE 802.3 specification for 10 Mb

Page 13 - About This Manual 1-vii

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAbout This Manual 1-vAugust 2003Chapter 1About This ManualCongratulations on your

Page 14 - How to Print this Manual

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point2 GlossaryAugust 2003also Reverse ARP (RARP) which can be used by a host to discov

Page 15 - Introduction

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointGlossary3August 2003Because domain names are alphabetic, they're easier to re

Page 16 - Key Features

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point4 GlossaryAugust 2003IP AddressA four-byte number uniquely defining each host on t

Page 17 - Introduction 2-3

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointGlossary5August 2003NetBIOSNetwork Basic Input Output System. An application progr

Page 18 - System Requirements

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point6 GlossaryAugust 2003This is typically the configuration parameter for a wireless

Page 19 - Hardware Description

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointGlossary7August 2003WINSWINS. Windows Internet Naming Service is a server process

Page 20 - Figure 2-1: ME103 front panel

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point8 GlossaryAugust 2003

Page 21 - Figure 2-2: ME103 rear panel

Index 1Numerics802.11b B-1AAddress Resolution Protocol B-10ad-hoc mode B-2associated devices 4-6Auto MDI/MDI-X B-13, D-2Auto Uplink 2-4, B-13, D

Page 22 - Chapter 3

2 IndexMDI/MDI-X wiring B-12, D-4Nnetmasktranslation table B-6Network Address Translation B-7OOpen System authentication B-2PPassphrase 3-13, 3-1

Page 23 - Cabling Requirements

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point1-vi About This ManualAugust 2003Typographical ConventionsThis guide uses the foll

Page 24 - Default Factory Settings

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAbout This Manual 1-viiAugust 2003How to Use the HTML Version of this ManualThe HT

Page 25 - Range: Up to 500 Feet

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point1-viii About This ManualAugust 2003How to Print this ManualTo print this manual yo

Page 26 - 5-12V DC

Introduction 2-1August 2003Chapter 2IntroductionThis chapter introduces the NETGEAR ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point. Minimal prerequisites

Page 27 - EPLOY THE ME103 ACCESS POINT

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point2-2 IntroductionAugust 2003Key FeaturesThe ME103 Access Point is easy-to-use and p

Page 28 - 4VERIFY WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointIntroduction 2-3August 2003• Upgradeable Firmware. Firmware is stored in a flash m

Page 29

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point2-4 IntroductionAugust 2003Autosensing Ethernet Connections with Auto Uplink The M

Page 30

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointIntroduction 2-5August 2003• At least one computer with the TCP/IP protocol instal

Page 31

2August 2003NETGEAR, INC.www.NETGEAR.comTechnical SupportPlease register to obtain technical support. Please retain your proof of purchase and warrant

Page 32

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point2-6 IntroductionAugust 2003ME103 Wireless Access Point Front PanelThe ME103 Access

Page 33

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointIntroduction 2-7August 2003ME103 Wireless Access Point Rear PanelFigure 2-2: ME103

Page 34

Basic Installation and Configuration 3-1August 2003Chapter 3 Basic Installation and ConfigurationThis chapter describes how to set up your ME103 802.1

Page 35

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-2August 2003For best results, place your wi

Page 36

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-3 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003Default Factory SettingsWhen yo

Page 37

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-4August 2003Understanding ME103 Wireless Se

Page 38 - How to Configure WEP

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-5 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003Installing the ME103 802.11b Pr

Page 39

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-6August 20032CONFIGURE LAN AND WIRELESS ACC

Page 40

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-7 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003Figure 3-3: Connecting the Ethe

Page 41 - Maintenance

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-8August 2003How to Log In to the ME103 Usin

Page 42 - 4-2 Maintenance

August 20033Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Notice: Radio Frequency NoticeThis device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Oper

Page 43 - Statistics

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-9 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003Enter the default user name of

Page 44 - Table 4-1. Statistics Fields

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-10August 2003How to Log In to the ME103 Usi

Page 45 - Activity Log

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-11 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003Understanding Basic Wireless S

Page 46 - 4-6 Maintenance

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-12August 2003• Wireless Network Name (SSID)

Page 47

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-13 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003Table 3-1. Basic Wireless Secu

Page 48 - Configuration File Management

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-14August 2003Information to Gather Before C

Page 49

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-15 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003How to Set Up and Test Basic W

Page 50 - 4-10 Maintenance

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-16August 2003How to Restrict Wireless Acces

Page 51 - Advanced Configuration

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-17 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 20034.Select the Turn Access Contr

Page 52

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointBasic Installation and Configuration 3-18August 2003• Automatic - enter a word or

Page 53

August 20034Radio Frequency Interference Requirements This device is restricted to indoor use due to its operation in the 2.4 GHz frequency range. FCC

Page 54

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point3-19 Basic Installation and ConfigurationAugust 2003• The IP Address SourceThe wir

Page 55

Maintenance 4-1August 2003Chapter 4 MaintenanceThis chapter describes how to use the management features of your ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access

Page 56

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point4-2 MaintenanceAugust 2003Table 4-1. General Information FieldsField DescriptionA

Page 57 - Advanced Configuration 5-7

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointMaintenance 4-3August 2003StatisticsThe Information - Statistics screen provides v

Page 58 - 5-8 Advanced Configuration

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point4-4 MaintenanceAugust 2003Table 4-1. Statistics FieldsField DescriptionSystem Up

Page 59 - Advanced Configuration 5-9

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointMaintenance 4-5August 2003Activity LogUse the Activity Log to view step-by-step lo

Page 60 - Hub or Switch

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point4-6 MaintenanceAugust 2003Viewing a List of Attached DevicesThe Station List menu

Page 61

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointMaintenance 4-7August 2003Upgrading the Wireless Access Point Software.You cannot

Page 62 - 5-12 Advanced Configuration

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point4-8 MaintenanceAugust 20034.Click Upload.When the upload completes, your wireless

Page 63 - Antenna Installation

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointMaintenance 4-9August 2003Saving and Retrieving the ConfigurationThe Backup/Restor

Page 64 - Blank Configuration Worksheet

August 20035CE Declaration of Conformity For the following equipment: ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Pointis herewith confirmed to comply with

Page 65 - Troubleshooting

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point4-10 MaintenanceAugust 2003Changing the Administrator PasswordThe default password

Page 66 - The LAN light is not lit

Advanced Configuration 5-1August 2003Chapter 5 Advanced ConfigurationThis chapter describes how to configure the advanced features of your ME103 802.1

Page 67 - Troubleshooting 6-3

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-2 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003With the above basic requirements, 802.1x sec

Page 68

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAdvanced Configuration 5-3August 2003Note: Perform this procedure from a LAN conne

Page 69 - Specifications

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-4 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003Figure 5-1: Request a certificateNote: The p

Page 70 - A-2 Specifications

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAdvanced Configuration 5-5August 2003c.Select the wireless network to which you wi

Page 71 - Wireless Networking Basics

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-6 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003Figure 5-5: Information Activity Log for sta

Page 72 - Authentication, WEP, and WPA

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAdvanced Configuration 5-7August 2003Figure 5-7: Ping test resultsAt this point t

Page 73 - Open System Authentication

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-8 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003Understanding Advanced Wireless SettingsThe d

Page 74 - Shared Key Authentication

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAdvanced Configuration 5-9August 2003Table 5-1. Advanced Wireless Settings FieldsF

Page 76 - Key Size

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-10 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003Configuring Wireless Operating ModesThe ME10

Page 77 - Wireless Channels

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAdvanced Configuration 5-11August 20034.Verify connectivity across the LAN 1 and L

Page 78

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-12 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003• All APs must be on the same LAN. That is,

Page 79

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointAdvanced Configuration 5-13August 2003Antenna InstallationThe ME103 comes with two

Page 80

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point5-14 Advanced ConfigurationAugust 2003Note that ME103 diversity is provided only i

Page 81

Troubleshooting 6-1August 2003Chapter 6TroubleshootingThis chapter provides information about troubleshooting your ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Acce

Page 82

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point6-2 TroubleshootingAugust 2003The Wireless LAN activity light does not light up.Th

Page 83 - Appendix C

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointTroubleshooting 6-3August 2003I am using EAP-TLS security but get disconnected.Wit

Page 84 - IP Addresses and the Internet

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access Point6-4 TroubleshootingAugust 2003• If the PCs are configured correctly, but still not

Page 85

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointSpecifications A-1August 2003Appendix ASpecificationsThis appendix provides techni

Page 86 - Subnet Addressing

Contents iiiAugust 2003ContentsChapter 1 About This ManualAudience ...

Page 87 - Network Subnet Node

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointA-2 SpecificationsAugust 2003

Page 88 - Table 6-2. Netmask Formats

Wireless Networking Basics B-1August 2003Appendix BWireless Networking BasicsThis chapter provides an overview of wireless networking and security.Wir

Page 89 - Private IP Addresses

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointB-2 Wireless Networking BasicsAugust 2003Ad Hoc Mode (Peer-to-Peer Workgroup)In an

Page 90 - IP Configuration by DHCP

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointWireless Networking Basics B-3August 2003802.11 AuthenticationThe 802.11 standard

Page 91 - Routing Protocols

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointB-4 Wireless Networking BasicsAugust 2003Figure 6-1: 802.11 open system authentic

Page 92

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointWireless Networking Basics B-5August 2003Figure 6-2: 802.11 shared key authentica

Page 93 - Denial of Service Attack

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointB-6 Wireless Networking BasicsAugust 2003Note: Some 802.11 access points also supp

Page 94 - Ethernet Cabling

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointWireless Networking Basics B-7August 2003WEP Configuration OptionsThe WEP settings

Page 95 - Cable Quality

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointB-8 Wireless Networking BasicsAugust 2003The radio frequency channels used are lis

Page 96

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointWireless Networking Basics B-9August 2003Understanding 802.1x Port Based Network A

Page 97 - Appendix D

August 2003iv ContentsHow to Log In to the ME103 Using Its Default NetBIOS Name ...3-8How to Log In to the ME103 Us

Page 98

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointB-10 Wireless Networking BasicsAugust 20031.The client sends an EAP-start message.

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Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointWireless Networking Basics B-11August 2003Initial 802.1x communications begin with

Page 100 - August 2003

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointB-12 Wireless Networking BasicsAugust 2003

Page 101 - Verifying TCP/IP Properties

Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-1August 2003Appendix CNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsThis chapter provides an overview

Page 102

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-2 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003What is a Router?A ro

Page 103

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-3August 2003Figure 6-3: Three Ma

Page 104

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-4 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003This addressing struc

Page 105

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-5August 2003Subnet addressing all

Page 106

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-6 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003The following table l

Page 107 - 4. Type exit

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-7August 2003• So that hosts recog

Page 108

Contents vAugust 2003The Wireless LAN activity light does not light up. ...6-2The LAN light is

Page 109 - Glossary

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-8 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003The following figure

Page 110

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-9August 2003The ME103 Access Poin

Page 111

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-10 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003MAC Addresses and AR

Page 112

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-11August 2003What is a Firewall?A

Page 113

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-12 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003Ethernet CablingAlth

Page 114

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointNetwork, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling Basics C-13August 2003The ME103 Access Poi

Page 115

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointC-14 Network, Routing, Firewall, and Cabling BasicsAugust 2003

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Preparing Your PCs for Network Access D-1August 2003Appendix DPreparing Your PCs for Network AccessThis appendix describes how to prepare your PCs to

Page 117

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointD-2 Preparing Your PCs for Network AccessAugust 20031.On the Windows taskbar, clic

Page 118

Reference Manual for the ME103 802.11b ProSafe Wireless Access PointPreparing Your PCs for Network Access D-3August 2003a.Click the Add button.b. Sele

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