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Configuring Basic QoS Settings

Wi-FiMultimedia Support (WMM). Wireless Multimedia (WMM) is a subset of the 802.11e standard. WMM allows wireless traffic to have a range of priorities, depending on the type of data.

Time-dependentinformation, such as video or audio, has a higher priority than normal traffic. For WMM to function correctly, Wireless clients must also support WMM.

To configure basic wireless QoS settings for 11b/bg/ng and 11a/na:

1.Under the Configuration tab, selectWireless from the main menu, selectBasic, and then selectQoS Settings from the left panel. The QoS Settings screen displays, as shown inFigure 2-12.

Figure 2-12BasicQoS settings screen

2.Wi-FIMultimedia (WMM) is enabled by default. Select theDisable radio button to disable WMM support.

3.WMM Power Save is enabled by default. Select the Disable radio button to disable WMM power save.

4.Click Apply to save your settings

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Setting Up and Testing Basic Wireless Connectivity

Follow the instructions below to set up and test basic wireless connectivity. Once you have established basic wireless connectivity, you can enable security settings appropriate to your needs.

1.From your Web browser, log in to the WNDAP350 using its default address of http://192.168.0.237. Use the default user name ofadmin and default password ofpassword or use a new LAN address and password if you have set them up.

2.From the main menu under Configuration, selectSystem. Verify that the correct Country/ Region in which the wireless interface will operate has been selected.

3.Click Apply to save any changes.

4.Under the Configuration tab, selectWireless from the main menu, and then select your network, either the Wireless Settings 11b/bg/ng or Wireless Settings 11a/na. Ensure that the auto channel (default) feature is selected for your network. This feature selects a channel that has the least interference.

It should not be necessary to change the wireless channel unless you notice interference problems or are near another wireless access point. Select a channel that is not being used by any other wireless networks within several hundred feet of your wireless access point.

5.Click Apply to save any changes.

6.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity from the main menu, and then select your network Security Profile settings, either Security Profile settings 11b/bg/ng or Security Profile settings 11a/na. For initial configuration and testing, the Security Profile Settings for Profile 1 (the default profile) are set to Open System and the SSID for 11a/na set to NETGEAR_11a and the SSID for 11b/bg/ng set to NETGEAR_11g (see“Understanding Security Profiles” on page 2-23 to configure a profile).

Note: The SSID of any station must match the SSID you configured in the WNDAP350 wirelss access point. If they do not match, you will not get a wireless connection to the WNDAP350.

7.Click Apply to save any changes.

8.Configure and test your PCs for wireless connectivity

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Program the wireless adapter of your PCs to have the same SSID that you configured in the WNDAP350. Check that they have a wireless link and are able to obtain an IP address by DHCP from the WNDAP350.

Note: If you are configuring the WNDAP350 from a wireless computer and you change the SSID, channel, or Security Profile settings, you will lose your wireless connection when you click Apply. You must then change the wireless settings of your computer to match the new settings.

Once your PCs have basic wireless connectivity to the WNDAP350, you can configure the advanced wireless security functions.

Understanding Security Profiles

Security Profiles let you configure unique security settings for each SSID. You can configure up to eight unique 802.11b/bg/ng wireless security profiles or up to eight unique 802.11a/na wireless security profiles on the WNDAP350 (see Figure 2-13).

Note: If you are using a RADIUS Server, configure the RADIUS settings first, as described in the“Configuring WPA with RADIUS” on page 2-35.

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Figure 2-13Security Profile Settings

An overview of the information that is required to set up a Security Profile follows, including a description of the Network Authentication choices that are available:

Profile Definition. Configure the following settings:

Security Profile Name. Use a name that makes it easy to recognize the profile, and to tell profiles apart. (The default names are NETGEAR,NETGEAR-1,NETGEAR-2,and so on.) You can enter a value of up to 32 alphanumeric characters.

Note: Only the first profile is enabled by default. The rest of the profiles are disabled and must be enabled if configured.

Wireless Network Name (SSID). This is the name of your wireless network. It is set to the default name of NETGEAR_11a for 802.11a/na and NETGEAR_11g for 802.11b/bg/ ng.

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Broadcast Wireless Network Name (SSID). If you disable broadcast of the SSID, only devices that have the correct SSID can connect. This nullifies the wireless network “discovery” feature of some products such as Windows XP, Vista and Unix systems but the data is still fully exposed to a determined snoop using specialized test equipment like wireless sniffers. Default is enabled.

Authentication Settings. Configure the following settings:

Network Authentication. The WNDAP350 Access Point is set by default as an open system with no authentication. When setting up Network Authentication, bear in mind the following:

If you are using Access Point mode, then all options are available. In bridge mode some options may be unavailable.

Not all wireless adapters support WPA or WPA2. Windows XP and Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 do include the client software that supports WPA. However, client software is required on the client. Consult the product documentation for your wireless adapter and WPA or WPA2 client software for instructions on configuring WPA2 settings.

You can configure the WNDAP350 to use the types of network authentication shown in the table below.

Table 2-1.Network Authentication Types

Typea

Description

Open System

Can be used with WEP encryption or no encryption.

 

 

Shared Key

You must use WEP encryption and enter at least one shared key.

 

 

Legacy 802.1x

You must configure the RADIUS Server Settings to use this option.

 

 

WPA with RADIUS

You must configure the RADIUS Server Settings to use this option.

 

 

WPA2 with RADIUS

Only select this if all clients support WPA2. If selected, you must use

(WPA2 is a later version of WPA.)

AES encryption and configure the RADIUS Server Settings.

 

 

WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS

This selection allows clients to use either WPA (with TKIP) or WPA2

 

(with AES). If selected, you must use TKIP + AES encryption and

 

configure the RADIUS Server Settings.

 

 

WPA-PSK

You must use TKIP or TKIP + AES encryption and enter the WPA

 

passphrase (Network key).

 

 

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Table 2-1.Network Authentication Types

Typea

Description

WPA2-PSK

Only select this if all clients support WPA2. If selected, you must use

(WPA2 is a later version of WPA )

AES or TKIP + AES encryption and enter the WPA passphrase

 

(Network key).

 

 

WPA-PSKandWPA2-PSK

This selection allows clients to use either WPA (with TKIP) or WPA2

 

(with AES). If selected, you must use TKIP + AES encryption and

 

enter the WPA passphrase (Network key).

 

 

a.All options are available if using Access Point mode. In bridge modes some options may be unavailable.

Data Encryption. The available options depend on the Network Authentication setting selected (seeTable 2-1 above); otherwise, the default is None. The Data Encryption settings are explained in the table below:

Table 2-2.Data Encryption Settings

Data Encryption Type

Description

 

 

None

No encryption is used.

 

 

Open WEP

Can be used with WEP encryption or no encryption.

 

 

64 bits WEP

Standard WEP encryption, using 40/64 bit encryption.

 

 

128 bits WEP

Standard WEP encryption, using 104/128 bit encryption.

 

 

152 bits WEP

Proprietary mode that will only work with other wireless devices that support

 

this mode.

 

 

TKIP

This is the standard encryption method used with WPA and WPA2.

 

 

AES

This is the standard encryption method for WPA2.

 

 

TKIP + AES

This setting supports both WPA and WPA2. Broadcast packets use TKIP. For

 

unicast (point-to-point)transmissions, WPA clients use TKIP, and WPA2

 

clients use AES.

 

 

Use of Passphrases and Keys are explained below:

Passphrase. To use the Passphrase to generate the WEP keys, enter a passphrase and click the Generate Keys button. You can also enter the keys directly. These keys must match the other wireless stations.

Key 1, Key 2, Key 3, Key 4. If using WEP, select the key to be used as the default key. Data transmissions are always encrypted using the default key. The other keys can only be used to decrypt received data.

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WPA Preshared Key Passphrase. If usingWPA-PSKorWPA2-PSK,enter the passphrase here. All wireless stations must use the same passphrase (network key). The network key must be from 8 to 64 characters in length.

Wireless Client Security Separation. If enabled, the associated wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other. (This feature is intended for hotspots and other public access situations.) The default is Disabled.

VLAN ID. If the hubs/switches on your LAN support the VLAN (802.1Q) standard and this feature has been enabled, the default VLAN ID for WNDAP350 will be associated with each profile. The default Profile VLAN ID must match the IDs used by other network devices.

SSID and WEP/WPA Settings Setup Form

802.11b/bg/ng Configuration

For a new wireless network, print or copy this form and fill in the configuration parameters. For an existing wireless network, the person who set up or is responsible for the network will be able to provide this information. Be sure to set the Regulatory Domain correctly as the first step.

SSID: The Service Set Identification (SSID) identifies the wireless local area network.NETGEAR_11g is the default WNDAP350 SSID. However, you may customize it by using up to 32 alphanumeric characters. Write your customized SSID on the line below.

___________________________________

Note: The SSID in the wireless access point is the SSID you configure in the wireless adapter card. All wireless nodes in the same network must be configured with the same SSID:

Authentication:

Circle one: Open System or Shared Key. (Choose Shared Key for more security.)

Note: If you select shared key, the other devices in the network will not connect unless they are set to Shared Key as well and have the same keys in the same positions as those in the WNDAP350.

WEP Encryption Keys.

Circle one: 64, 128, or 152 bits. (Enter all four 802.11a/n keys for the Key Size chosen.) Key 1: ___________________________________

Key 2: ___________________________________

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Key 3: ___________________________________

Key 4: ___________________________________

WPA-PSK(Preshared Key)

Record the WPA-PSKkey. Key:___________________________________

WPA RADIUS Settings. For WPA, record the following settings for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers:

Server Name/IP Address: Primary _________________ Secondary__________________

Port: ___________________________________

Shared Secret: ___________________________________

802.11a/na Configuration

For a new wireless network, print or copy this form and fill in the configuration parameters. For an existing wireless network, the person who set up or is responsible for the network will be able to provide this information. Be sure to set the Regulatory Domain correctly as the first step.

SSID: The Service Set Identification (SSID) identifies the wireless local area network.NETGEAR_11a is the default WNDAP350 SSID. However, you may customize it by using up to 32 alphanumeric characters. Write your customized SSID on the line below.

___________________________________

Note: The SSID in the wireless access point is the SSID you configure in the wireless adapter card. All wireless nodes in the same network must be configured with the same SSID:

Authentication

Circle one: Open System or Shared Key. Choose Shared Key for more security.

Note: If you select shared key, the other devices in the network will not connect unless they are set to Shared Key as well and have the same keys in the same positions as those in the WNDAP350.

WEP Encryption Keys

Circle one: 64, 128, or 152 bits. (Enter all four 802.11b/bg/ng keys for the Key Size chosen.) Key 1: ___________________________________

Key 2: ___________________________________

Key 3: ___________________________________

Key 4: ___________________________________

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WPA-PSK(Preshared Key)

Record the WPA-PSKkey. Key:___________________________________

WPA RADIUS Settings. For WPA, record the following settings for the primary and secondary RADIUS servers:

Server Name/IP Address: Primary _________________ Secondary__________________

Port: ___________________________________

Shared Secret: ___________________________________

Use the procedures described in the following sections to configure the WNDAP350. Store this information in a safe place.

Configuring the RADIUS Server Settings

You can setup or modify the RADIUS Server settings to compliment Network Authentication security options. The RADIUS Server must be used with Legacy 802.1x, and can be used with WPA and WPA2 Network Authentication. When using a RADIUS Server, the RADIUS Server settings must be configured before completing the Network Authentication security profile (see “Configuring WPA with RADIUS” on page 2-35,“Configuring WPA2 with RADIUS” on page 2-37,or“Configuring WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS” on page 2-38 for specifics on implementing these security options).

Note: The RADIUS Server Settings apply to all profiles. They only need to be configured once per wireless access point.

To set up or modify the RADIUS Server Settings:

1.From your Web browser, log in to the WNDAP350 using the default LAN address of http://192.168.0.237, user nameadmin and passwordpassword, or use the LAN address and password that you set up.

2.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity on the main menu, selectAdvanced from the left panel, and then selectRADIUS Server Settings. The RADIUS Server Settings screen displays, as shown inFigure 2-14.

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Figure 2-14RADIUS server settings

3.Enter the following RADIUS Server settings:

Authentication Server. This configuration is required for authentication using a RADIUS Server.The IP Address, Port Number, and Shared Secret are required for communication with the Primary RADIUS Server. You can also configure a Secondary RADIUS Server to use, if the Primary RADIUS Server fails.

IP Address. The IP address of the RADIUS Server.

Port Number. The port number of the RADIUS Server. The default is 1812.

Shared Secret. This is shared between the Wireless Access Point and the RADIUS Server while authenticating the supplicant (wireless client).

Accounting Server. This configuration is required for accounting using a RADIUS Server. The IP Address, Port Number, and Shared Secret are required for communication with the Primary RADIUS Server. You can also configure a Secondary RADIUS Server to use if the Primary RADIUS Server fails.

IP Address. The IP address of the RADIUS Server.

Port Number. Port number of the RADIUS Server. The default: 1813

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Shared Secret. This is shared between the Wireless Access Point and the RADIUS Server while authenticating the supplicant (wireless client).

4.Click Apply to save your settings.

Setting up a Security Profile

The WNDAP350 allows you to set up eight different security profiles for 802.11b/bg/ng and eight different profiles for 802.11a/na. Each profile can be configured with a different security option for network authentication.

Note: If you are using a RADIUS Server, configure the RADIUS settings first, as described in the“Configuring the RADIUS Server Settings” on page 2-29.

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Figure 2-15Security profile settings

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To configure a Security Profile:

1.From your Web browser, log in to the WNDAP350 using the default LAN address of http://192.168.0.237, user nameadmin and passwordpassword, or use the LAN address and password that you set up.

2.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity from the main menu, and then select either Security Profile Settings for 802.11b/bg/ng or 802.11a/na. The screen for the Profile Settings you selected displays as shown inFigure 2-15above.

3.Select the check box of the profile you want to modify and click Edit. The Security Profile Configuration screen for the selected profile displays (seeFigure 2-16).

Figure 2-16Edit a security profile

4.Give your profile a meaningful name so that you can remember it later.

5.The Wireless Network Name (SSID) is set by default to identify it as NETGEAR_11g.

6.Enable or disable the Broadcast Wireless Network Name (SSID). It is enabled by default. (If it is broadcast, it can be easily detected by other clients.)

7.From the Network Authentication pull-downmenu, select the Network Authentication Type you want to use for this profile:

To configure WEP encryption for Open Systems or Shared Key, see “Configuring WEP” on page 2-33.

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To configure WPA with RADIUS, see “Configuring WPA with RADIUS” on page 2-35.

To configure WPA2 with RADIUS, see “Configuring WPA2 with RADIUS” on page 2-37.

To configure WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS, see “Configuring WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS” on page 2-38.

To configure WPA-PSK, see “Configuring WPA-PSK” on page 2-40.

To configure WPA2-PSK, see “Configuring WPA2-PSK” on page 2-41.

To configure WPA-PSKandWPA2-PSK,see“Configuring WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK” on page 2-42.

8.Wireless Client Security Separation is disabled by default. If enabled, the associated wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other.

9.If the hubs/switches on your LAN support the VLAN (802.1Q) standard and this feature has been enabled, the default VLAN ID for WNDAP350 will be associated with each profile. The default Profile VLAN ID must match the IDs used by other network devices.

10.Click Apply to save your Security Profile settings.

11.Click Back. Your new settings will appear in the Security Profiles table identified by the Profile Name of the profile. A VLAN ID will also be assigned to your profile.

Note: Security Profiles that share the same type of network authentication need not share the same passphrase or keys.

To enable your Security Profile:

1.Check the radio box in the Enable column next to your profile.

2.Click Apply. Your Security Profile will be enabled. If you enabled VLAN 802.1Q, your VLAN Profile will also be enabled. (See“Setting Basic IP Options” on page 2-13 to enable VLAN 802.1Q.)

Configuring WEP

To configure WEP data encryption:

1.From the Network Authentication drop-downmenu, choose eitherOpen System orShared Key authentication.

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2.From the Data Encryption drop-downmenu, select encryption strength (64 bits, 128 bits, or 152 bits).

3.You manually or automatically program the four data encryption keys. These values must be identical on all PCs and wireless access points in your network. Choose either:

Automatic – Enter a word or group of printable characters in the Passphrase box and click the Generate button. The four key boxes will be automatically populated with key values.

Manual – Enter the number of hexadecimal digits appropriate to the encryption strength: 10 digits for 64-bit,26 digits for128-bitand 32 digits for152-bit(any combination of0-9,a-f,orA-F)

Select which of the four keys will be the default.

Figure 2-17Configure WEP Shared Key

4.Select the key to be used as the default key by checking the radio box. (Data transmissions are always encrypted using the default key.)

See the document “Wireless Communications” for a full explanation of each of these options, as defined by the IEEE 802.11 wireless communication standard. A link to this document on the NETGEAR website is in Appendix B, “Related Documents.”

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5.Wireless Client Security Separation is disabled by default. If enabled, associated wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other. (This feature is intended for hotspots and other public access situations.

6.Click Apply to save your settings.

Note: If you use a wireless computer to configure WEP settings, you will be disconnected when you click Apply. Reconfigure your wireless adapter to match the new settings or access the wireless access point from a wired computer to make any further changes.

Configuring WPA with RADIUS

Not all wireless adapters support WPA. Furthermore, client software is required on the client. Windows XP and Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or above do include the client software that supports WPA. Nevertheless, the wireless adapter hardware and driver must also support WPA. Consult the product document for your wireless adapter and WPA client software for instructions on configuring WPA settings.

To configure WPA, follow these steps:

1.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity on the main menu, selectAdvanced from theleft-handmenu, and then selectRADIUS Server Settings. The RADIUS Server Settings screen displays.

2.Enter the RADIUS Server Settings as shown in “Configuring the RADIUS Server Settings” on page 2-29.

3.Click Apply to save your RADIUS Server settings.

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4.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity from the main menu, and then select either Security Profile Settings for 802.11b/bg/ng or 802.11a/na. The screen for the Profile Settings you selected displays. When the Security Profile screen displays, check the check box of the Security Profile you want to modify and clickEdit.

Figure 2-18Configure WPA with RADIUS

5.Choose WPA with RADIUS from the from the Network Authenticationdrop-downmenu. Data Encryption will be set to TKIP by default.

6.Wireless Client Security Separation is disabled by default. If enabled, associated wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other. (This feature is intended for hotspots and other public access situations.

7.Click Apply to save your settings.

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Configuring WPA2 with RADIUS

Not all wireless adapters support WPA2. Furthermore, client software is required on the client. Make sure your client card supports WPA2. Consult the product document for your wireless adapter and WPA2 client software for instructions on configuring WPA2 settings.

Figure 2-19Configure WPA2 with RADIUS

To configure WPA2 with RADIUS:

1.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity on the main menu, selectAdvanced from the left panel, and then selectRADIUS Server Settings. The RADIUS Server Settings screen displays.

2.Enter the RADIUS settings as shown in ““Configuring the RADIUS Server Settings” on page 2-29.

3.Click Apply to save your RADIUS settings.

4.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity from the main menu, and then select either Security Profile Settings for 802.11b/bg/ng or 802.11a/n.a The screen for the Profile Settings you selected displays. When the Security Profile screen displays, check the check bb ox of the Security Profile you want to modify and clickEdit.

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5.From the Network Authentication drop-downmenu, select WPA2 with RADIUS from the list. By default, Data Encryption will be set toAES.

6.Wireless Client Security Separation is disabled by default. If enabled, associated wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other. (This feature is intended for hotspots and other public access situations.

7.Click Apply to save your settings.

Configuring WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS

Not all wireless adapters support WPA and WPA2. Client software is required on the client:

Windows XP and Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3, or above, do include the client software that supports WPA. The wireless adapter hardware and driver must also support WPA.

Service Pack 3 does not include the client software that supports WPA2. Make sure your client card supports WPA2. The wireless adapter hardware and driver must also support WPA2.

Consult the product documentation for your wireless adapter; WPA client software for instructions on configuring WPA settings; and WPA2 client software for instructions on configuring WPA2 settings.

Figure 2-20Configure WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS

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To configure WPA and WPA2 with RADIUS:

1.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity on the main menu, selectAdvanced from the left panel, and then selectRADIUS Server Settings. The RADIUS Server Settings screen displays.

2.Enter the RADIUS settings as shown in ““Configuring the RADIUS Server Settings” on page 2-29.

3.Click Apply to save your RADIUS settings

4.Under the Configuration tab, selectSecurity from the main menu, and then select either Security Profile Settings for 802.11b/bg/ng or 802.11a/na. The screen for the Profile Settings you selected displays. When the Security Profile screen displays, check the check box of the Security Profile you want to modify and clickEdit.

5.From the Network Authenticationdrop-down menu, select WPA & WPA2 with RADIUSfrom the list. By default, Data Encryptionwill be set to TKIP+AES.

6.Wireless Client Security Separation is disabled by default. If enabled, associated wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other. (This feature is intended for hotspots and other public access situations.

7.Click Apply to save your settings.

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Configuring WPA-PSK

Not all wireless adapters support WPA. Furthermore, client software is required on the client. Windows XP and Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or above include the client software that supports WPA. Nevertheless, the wireless adapter hardware and driver must also support WPA.

Consult the product document for your wireless adapter and WPA client software for instructions on configuring WPA settings.

Figure 2-21ConfigureWPA-PSK

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