Cisco Aironet 340, 350, and CB20A Wireless LAN Client Adapters Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows, OL-1394-05
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - W -

Index

Numerics

802.1X

authentication types

in ACU5-22to 5-24

in Windows XPE-3

defined5-22, E-2

A

About Aironet Client Utility

ACU menu option9-13

screen9-13

About icon9-13

access point

currently associated to7-9, 8-11

in wireless infrastructure1-9

IP address

current7-9, 8-11

in link test7-19

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

MAC address

current7-10

in link test7-21

in site survey active modeF-8

specifying5-16

mismatches7-13

name

current7-9, 8-11

in link test7-21

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

problems

associating to10-11

authenticating to10-11

role in wireless network1-8

security settings5-26to 5-27

Access Point Authentication parameter5-28

Ack packets

number received7-15

number transmitted7-15

ACM

See Aironet Client Monitor (ACM)

ACU

See Aironet Client Utility (ACU)

ad hoc network

definedE-5

parameters5-17to 5-20

selecting in ACU5-6

selecting in Windows XPE-7

wireless LAN configuration1-8

Advanced (Ad Hoc) screen5-17

Advanced (Infrastructure) screen5-14

advanced ad hoc parameters

described5-2, 5-17

setting5-17to 5-20

advanced infrastructure parameters

described5-2, 5-13

setting5-13to 5-16

aged packets7-14, 7-16

Aironet Client Monitor (ACM)

About screen8-5

accessing help8-5

described1-5

exiting8-6

finding version8-5

icon8-2

overview8-2

pop-up menu8-5to 8-11

selecting the active profile8-8to 8-9

setting preferences8-6to 8-7

specifying pop-up menu options8-7

specifying when it runs8-7

Tool Tip window8-3to 8-4

using8-1to 8-11

Aironet Client Monitor parameter (Install Wizard)3-6, 3-15

Aironet Client Monitor Preferences screen8-6

Aironet Client Utility (ACU)

About icon9-13

accessing help9-14

described1-5to 1-7

diagnostic tools

overview7-2

setting parameters7-2to 7-4

using7-4to 7-22

exiting9-12

feature comparison to Windows XP3-20to 3-21

finding version9-13

icon

adding to desktop9-13

deleting from desktop9-13

parameter to place on desktop3-5, 3-15

using to open ACU9-12

installation program settings, modifying9-13

launching from ACM8-6

opening9-12

overview1-6to 1-7

Properties screens, overview5-2

screens, buttons described1-7

selecting among several installed client adapters3-22

Aironet Client Utility parameter (Install Wizard)3-5, 3-14

Aironet Client Utility Preferences screen4-10, 7-3, 9-11

Aironet Client Utility screen1-6to 1-7

Allow Association to Mixed Cells parameter5-21

Allow Non-Administrator Users to Save Profiles to the Registry parameter4-11

Allow Non-Administrator Users to Save Settings to the Registry parameter (Install Wizard)3-6, 3-15

Allow Saved LEAP User Name and Password parameter (Install Wizard)3-8, 3-17

antenna

2.4-GHz optionsC-3

described1-4

gains

IEEE 802.11aD-4

IEEE 802.11bD-4to D-5

mode currently being used7-8

placementF-2

specificationsA-5

Antenna Mode (Receive) parameter

ad hoc mode5-18

infrastructure mode5-15

Antenna Mode (Transmit) parameter

ad hoc mode5-18

infrastructure mode5-15

Apply button, function1-7

association

rejections7-14

time-outs7-14

audience of documentxii

authentication

process5-24, E-4

rejections7-13

time-outs7-14

type, status of7-7

Automatically Load New Firmware When NDIS Driver Is Updated parameter9-11

Automatically Prompt for LEAP User Name and Password option5-31

auto profile selection

including a profile in4-4to 4-6

prioritizing profiles4-6

removing a profile from4-5

restrictions4-5

using4-7, 8-8

Auto Profile Selection Management screen4-5

Auto Start parameter for ACM (Install Wizard)3-6, 3-15

B

beacon packets

number received7-12

number transmitted7-15

beacon period, status of7-10

Beacon Period parameter5-20

beacons received

current7-11, 7-22

in site survey active modeF-11

in site survey passive modeF-5

boot block firmware, current version of7-6

broadcast key rotation

described5-25

setting on client and access point5-27

broadcast packets

number received7-12

number transmitted7-15

broadcast SSIDs5-4, E-5

bytes

number received7-12

number transmitted7-15

C

CAM

See Constantly Awake Mode (CAM)

Canadian compliance statementC-3to C-4

Cancel button, function1-7

Card and Socket Services2-4

carrier/correlation (Car/Cor)5-12

caution, definedxiii

Certificate Properties screen - Windows 98, 98 SE, NT, and Me5-34

Change Password screen6-18

Change PIN screen6-19

channel

current7-9

determining if clear5-12

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

Channel parameter5-10

channels, supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11aD-2

IEEE 802.11bD-3

channel set, for which client adapter is configured7-8

Cisco.com

obtaining documentationxv

obtaining technical assistancexvii

Cisco Aironet Wireless LAN Adapter Setup screen (Install Wizard)3-18

Cisco Aironet Wireless LAN Client Adapter Installation Wizard screen3-3, 3-12, 9-7

Cisco Wireless LAN Adapter Troubleshooting screen10-4, 10-5

Clear Channel Assessment parameter5-12

client name7-8

Client Name parameter5-4

client utilities

See Aironet Client Utility (ACU) and Aironet Client Monitor (ACM)

clock, setting to display seconds1-7

collisions, multiple/single7-15

Commands drop-down menu6-11, 6-12, 9-12

configuring client adapter

deciding between ACU and Windows XP3-20to 3-21

in ACU5-1to 5-40

in Windows XPE-4to E-16

Connection Status screen (ACM)8-9

Constantly Awake Mode (CAM)5-5

Contents ACU menu option9-14

Continuous Link Test parameter

in RF link test7-19

in site survey active modeF-8

conventions of documentxiiito xiv

CRC error

in packet7-13

in PLCP header7-13

CTS packets

number received7-15

number transmitted7-15

Custom Installation screen (Install Wizard)3-4, 3-13

D

data rate

for which client adapter is configured7-8

mismatches7-13

specificationsA-4

when performing a site surveyF-2

Data Rate parameter

in RF network5-8

in site survey active modeF-9

Data Retries parameter

in RF network5-13

in site survey active modeF-8

dBm

signal strength units in site surveyF-3

signal strength units on Status and Linktest screens7-4

declarations of conformity

European community, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, and LiechtensteinC-4to C-6

FCCC-2to C-3

RF exposureC-6

Defaults button, function1-7

default values, displaying1-7

Delay Between Packets parameterF-9

Destination Is Another Cisco/Aironet Device parameterF-8

Destination MAC Address parameterF-8

diagnosing client adapter operation10-4to 10-6

dipole antenna1-4, B-3

Display Seconds on Clock parameter1-7

diversity antenna1-4

diversity mode5-15, 5-18

document

audiencexii

conventionsxiiito xiv

organizationxiito xiii

purposexii

software versions coveredxii

documentation

CD-ROMxv

feedbackxvi

obtainingxvto xvi, xviii

orderingxvi

domain name

including in Windows login5-31

specifying for saved user name and password5-31

driver

current version7-6

described1-5

finding version9-7

Drivers parameter (Install Wizard)3-5, 3-14

duplicate packets, number received7-12

dynamic WEP keys, overview5-22to 5-24, E-2to E-4

E

EAP authentication

describedE-4

overview5-22to 5-24, 6-2, E-2to E-4

using6-1to 6-21

EAP-Cisco Wireless

See LEAP authentication

EAP-SIM authentication

authenticating if the PIN is stored on the computer6-21

authenticating if you are prompted for the PIN6-20

described5-23to 5-24, E-3, E-4

disabling5-39to 5-40

enabling

in Windows XPE-13to E-16

through ACU5-32to 5-39

error messages10-26to 10-31

RADIUS servers supported5-24, E-3

setting on client and access point5-27

EAP-SIM parameter (Install Wizard)3-8, 3-17

EAP-TLS authentication

authenticating after a reboot/logon6-15

authenticating after profile selection/card insertion6-15

described5-23to 5-24, E-3, E-4

disabling5-39to 5-40

enabling

in Windows XPE-8to E-10

through ACU5-32to 5-36

RADIUS servers supported5-23, E-3

setting on client and access point5-26

EIRP, maximum1-4, D-4to D-5

energy detect (ED)5-12

Enter PIN screen6-20

error messages10-13to 10-31

errors

MAC CRC7-13

overrun7-13

PLCP7-13

F

Fast PSP5-5

FCC

declaration of conformity statementC-2to C-3

safety compliance statement2-2

firmware

current version7-6

described1-5

finding version9-8

preventing from being installed with driver9-10to 9-11

upgrading9-8to 9-10

Firmware parameter (Install Wizard)3-5, 3-14

forcing client adapter to reassociateF-13

fragmented packets5-13

Fragment Threshold parameter5-13

frequenciesD-2, D-3

frequency

currently being used7-9

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

setting5-10

G

Generic Token Card Properties screen5-37, E-12

H

hardware components of client adapter1-3to 1-4

Help

button, function1-7

drop-down menu9-14

icon9-14

help

for ACM8-5

for ACU9-14

for troubleshooting utility10-7

history of RF performance, displayed7-4

host-based EAP authentication

described5-23to 5-24

disabling5-39to 5-40

enabling5-32to 5-39

requirements5-32

Host Based EAP option5-32

host devices2-4

I

I/O range10-8

Include Windows Logon Domain with User Name parameter5-31

infrastructure device, defined1-3

infrastructure network

parameters5-13to 5-16

selecting in ACU5-6

wireless LAN configuration1-9

inserting client adapter9-2to 9-4

Installable Drivers screen (Install Wizard)3-13

Installation Path parameter

for ACM (Install Wizard)3-6, 3-15

for ACU (Install Wizard)3-5, 3-14

installing client adapter software

on Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000, Me, or XP3-2to 3-10

on Windows NT3-11to 3-20

Install Wizard file

described1-5

finding version9-5

installing3-2to 3-20

name3-2

interference2-5

interrupt request (IRQ)10-8

introduction to client adapters1-2to 1-3

IP address

of access point in link test7-19

of access point in site survey active modeF-12

of access point in site survey passive modeF-6

of associated access point7-9, 8-11

of client adapter7-8, 8-4, 8-11

J

Japan, guidelines for operating client adaptersC-6to C-7

L

LEAP authentication

authenticating after a reboot/logon

with automatically prompted login6-7to 6-8

with manually prompted login6-11to 6-13

with saved username and password6-14

with Windows username and password6-4to 6-5

authenticating after profile selection/card insertion

with automatically prompted login6-6

with manually prompted login6-9to 6-11

with saved username and password6-13

with Windows username and password6-3to 6-4

authenticating after your LEAP credentials expire

with automatically prompted login6-9

with manually prompted login6-13

with saved username and password6-14

with Windows username and password6-5

described5-22to 5-23, 5-24

disabling5-39

enabling5-29to 5-32

error messages10-18to 10-21

overview6-2to 6-3

RADIUS servers supported5-22

requirements5-29

setting on client and access point5-26

stages of6-3

LEAP Authentication Status screen

displayed6-2

minimizing6-3

LEAP Authentication Timeout Value parameter5-31

LEAP login screen

appearing before Windows login screen10-13

displayed6-6, 6-7, 6-10, 6-12

LEAP option5-30

LEAP parameter (Install Wizard)3-8, 3-17

LEAP security module5-23, 5-30

LEAP Settings screen5-30

LEDs

described1-4

interpreting10-2to 10-3

using to verify installation3-20

link quality

in link test7-22

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

overall7-11, 8-4, 8-10

link speed

currently being used7-8, 8-4, 8-11

in link test7-21

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

Link Status Meter

ACU menu option7-16

icon7-16

screen7-16

link status meter, viewing7-16to 7-17

Linktest

ACU menu option7-18

screen7-18, 7-20

linktest, statistics7-21

Link Test icon7-18

LM card

antenna1-4, 5-15, 5-18

described1-2

Load Firmware icon9-9

Load New Firmware

ACU menu option9-9

screen9-9

long radio headers, using5-9

M

MAC address

of access point, specifying5-16

of access point in link test7-21

of access point in site survey active modeF-8

of associated access point7-10

of client adapter7-8

MAC CRC errors7-13

Manual LEAP Login ACU menu option6-10, 6-11

Manually Prompt for LEAP User Name and Password option5-31

Max Power Savings

See Max PSP

Max PSP5-5

Menu Options (Defaults) parameter for ACM (Install Wizard)3-7, 3-16

message integrity check (MIC)

described5-25, 7-7

setting on client and access point5-27

statistics7-14

status of7-7

microcellular network1-9

Microsoft 802.1X supplicant5-32

Microsoft hot fix

described10-13

uninstalling9-15

Microsoft TCP/IP Properties screen (Install Wizard)3-19

mini PCI card

antenna1-4, 5-15, 5-18

described1-2

losing association upon resuming from suspend mode10-12

multicast packets

in site survey active modeF-9

number received7-12

number transmitted7-15

N

network

configurations1-8to 1-9

prioritizing connections10-11to 10-12

problems connecting to10-11

security parameters

described5-2, 5-20

setting5-20to 5-40

type, current7-9

network login screen6-8

Network Security screen5-20

Network Security Type parameter5-27, 5-30, 5-32, 5-39

Network Type parameter5-6

noise level

current7-10

in link test7-22

in site survey active modeF-11

in site survey passive modeF-5

No Network Connection Unless User Is Logged In parameter5-31

note, definedxiii

Number of Packets parameter

in link test7-19

in site survey active modeF-8

O

OK button, function1-7

One Time Password screen6-17

open authentication5-28, E-6

Options drop-down menu1-7, 4-10, 7-2, 9-10, F-3

organization of documentxiito xiii

overrun errors7-13

P

package contents2-3

packets

Ack7-15

aged7-14, 7-16

beacon5-20, 7-10, 7-12, 7-15

broadcast7-12, 7-15

CTS7-15

duplicate7-12

fragmented5-13

linktest statistics7-21

multicast7-12, 7-15, F-9

RTS5-16, 5-19, 7-15

site survey active mode statisticsF-11to F-13

site survey passive mode statisticsF-5to F-6

statistics7-12to 7-16

unicast7-12, 7-15

with MIC7-14

Packet Size parameter7-19, F-8

Packet Tx Type parameterF-9

PC card

antenna1-4, 5-15, 5-18

described1-2

inserting9-2to 9-3

removing9-4

PC-Cardbus card

antenna1-4

described1-2

inserting9-2to 9-3

profiles tied to slot4-3

removing9-4

PCI card

antenna1-4, 5-15, 5-18

described1-2

inserting9-3to 9-4

removing9-5

PEAP authentication

authenticating after profile selection/card insertion/reboot/logon6-16to 6-18

authenticating after your password expires (Windows NT or 2000 domain databases)6-18

authenticating after your PIN expires (OTP databases)6-19

described5-23to 5-24, E-3, E-4

disabling5-39to 5-40

enabling

in Windows XPE-10to E-13

through ACU5-32to 5-38

error messages10-21to 10-26

RADIUS servers supported5-23, E-3

setting on client and access point5-26

PEAP parameter (Install Wizard)3-9, 3-17

PEAP Properties screen5-36, E-11

peer-to-peer network1-8, 5-6

percent

signal strength units in site surveyF-3

signal strength units on Status and Linktest screens7-4

Percent Successful histogram, in site survey active modeF-9, F-13

Percent Success Threshold parameterF-9

Periodically Scan For A Better Access Point parameter5-9

physical specificationsA-2

Place Icon on Desktop parameter (Install Wizard)3-5, 3-15

PLCP

CRC errors7-13

format errors7-13

length errors7-13

power level

current7-8

maximumD-4to D-5

power levels, available7-9

power save mode, currently being used7-9

Power Save Mode parameter5-5

power specificationsA-6

Preferences

ACU menu option1-7, 4-10, 7-2, 9-10, F-3

icon1-7, 4-10, 7-2, 9-10, F-3

product model numbers1-3

profile

active8-3, 8-10

current7-6

default7-6

displayed in ACU title bar1-6

Profile Manager

ACU menu option4-2

icon4-2

screen

displayed4-2

parameters missing4-3, 10-12

profile manager

auto profile selection feature4-4to 4-6

creating a new profile4-3

deleting a profile4-8

editing a profile4-7

exporting a profile4-9

granting or denying access to non-administrative users4-10to 4-11

importing a profile4-9

opening4-2to 4-3

overview4-2

parameters missing4-3, 10-12

renaming a profile4-8

selecting the active profile4-6to 4-7

setting a profile to default values4-8

Profiles Submenu (ACM)8-8

Program Feature Overrides parameter for ACM (Install Wizard)3-7, 3-16

Program Folder parameter

for ACM (Install Wizard)3-6, 3-15

for ACU (Install Wizard)3-5, 3-14

Protected EAP

See PEAP authentication

purpose of documentxii

R

radio

described1-3

specificationsA-3to A-5

turning on or off8-7, 9-15

RADIUS servers

additional information5-24, E-4

defined5-22, E-2

supported5-22to 5-24, E-3

range5-8, 5-11

Reauthenticate

ACM menu option8-8

ACU menu option6-21

reauthentication process6-21

receive statistics7-12to 7-14

regulatory

domains5-10, 7-8

IEEE 802.11aD-2

IEEE 802.11bD-3

informationC-2to C-7

specificationsA-6to A-7

related publicationsxv

removing client adapter9-4to 9-5

Reset button7-12, 7-14

resource conflicts, resolving

in Windows 200010-9to 10-10

in Windows 98, 98 SE, and Me10-8

in Windows NT10-9

in Windows XP10-10

Restart Card

ACU menu option9-14

button, in site surveyF-13

restarting client adapter9-14, F-13

RF link test

prerequisites7-18

running7-17to 7-22

stopping7-22

RF network parameters

described5-2, 5-6

setting5-6to 5-13

RF Network screen5-7

RF obstructions2-5, F-3

roaming1-9

RTS packets

advanced ad hoc parameters5-19

advanced infrastructure parameters5-16

number retransmitted7-15

number transmitted7-15

RTS Retry Limit parameter

ad hoc mode5-19

infrastructure mode5-16

RTS Threshold parameter

ad hoc mode5-19

infrastructure mode5-16

S

safety

information2-2to 2-3

specificationsA-6to A-7

saved username and password

described5-30

entering5-31

Screen Update Timer parameter7-4

seamless roaming1-9

security features

overview5-21to 5-25

synchronizing5-26to 5-27

Select A Wireless LAN Adapter Card screen3-22

Select Profile

ACM menu option8-8to 8-9

ACU menu option4-4

icon4-4

screen4-4

sensitivityA-4, F-2

serial number of client adapter7-6

server-based authentication, status of7-7

Setup button, in site surveyF-7

shared key authentication5-28, E-6

short radio headers

status of7-6

using5-9

Show History parameter7-4

signal quality

current7-10

in link test7-21

in site survey active modeF-11

in site survey passive modeF-5

on Link Status Meter screen7-17

signal strength

as a percentage7-4, F-3

current7-10

in dBm7-4, F-3

in link test7-21

in site survey active modeF-11

in site survey passive modeF-5

on Link Status Meter screen7-17

Signal Strength Display Units parameter7-4

signal to noise ratio

current7-11

in link test7-22

in site survey active modeF-12

in site survey passive modeF-6

SIM Authentication Properties screen5-38, E-15

site requirements

for client devices2-5

for infrastructure devices2-5

Site Survey

Active Mode screenF-10

Active Mode Setup screenF-7

ACU menu optionF-3

iconF-3

Passive Mode screenF-4

site survey

active mode

overviewF-2

setting parametersF-8to F-9

startingF-9

statisticsF-11to F-13

usingF-7to F-13

exitingF-7, F-13

guidelinesF-2

passive mode

overviewF-2

statisticsF-5to F-6

usingF-3to F-7

specifying signal strength unitsF-3

Smart Card or other Certificate Properties screen5-35, E-9

software

installing on Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000, Me, or XP3-2to 3-10

installing on Windows NT3-11to 3-20

procedures9-5to 9-14

uninstalling9-6to 9-7

verifying installation3-20

software components

custom installation parameters3-5to 3-9, 3-14to 3-17

described1-5to 1-7

software versions covered in documentxii

specifications

physicalA-2

powerA-6

radioA-3to A-5

regulatory complianceA-6to A-7

safetyA-6to A-7

Specified Access Point 1- 4 parameters5-16

spread spectrum1-3

SSID

current7-9, 8-3, 8-10

mismatches7-13

SSID1 parameter5-4

SSID2 parameter5-4

SSID3 parameter5-4

Start After Install parameter for ACM (Install Wizard)3-6, 3-15

Start button

function1-7

in RF link test7-19

in site surveyF-9

Static Password screen6-16

static WEP

disabling5-29

procedures5-27to 5-29

with open authentication, setting on client and access point5-26

with shared key authentication, setting on client and access point5-26

static WEP keys

entering5-27to 5-28

guidelines for entering

in ACU5-28

in Windows XPE-7

overview5-22, E-2

overwriting5-29

selecting transmit key5-28

size of5-28

Statistics

ACU menu option7-11

icon7-11

screen7-12

statistics

client adapter, viewing7-11to 7-16

link test7-21

receive7-12to 7-14

site survey

active modeF-11to F-13

passive modeF-5to F-6

transmit7-15to 7-16

Status

ACU menu option7-4, 9-7, 9-8

icon7-4, 9-7, 9-8

screen7-5

status of client adapter

in ACM Connection Status screen8-9to 8-11

in ACM Tool Tip window8-4

in ACU status bar1-6to 1-7

in ACU Status screen7-4to 7-11

in link test7-21

in Windows XPE-17

Stop button

function1-7

in site survey active modeF-13

system parameters

described5-2, 5-3

setting5-3to 5-6

System Parameters screen5-3

system requirements2-4to 2-5

T

technical assistance, obtainingxvito xviii

Technical Assistance Center, contactingxviito xviii

Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)

described5-25

setting on client and access point5-27

temporary username and password

automatically prompt for5-31

described5-30

manually prompt for5-31

selecting options5-31

using Windows credentials5-31

throughput5-5, 5-8, 5-9, 5-13

transmit key5-28

Transmit Power parameter5-11

transmit statistics7-15to 7-16

Troubleshooting ACU menu option10-4

troubleshooting information, accessing10-2

troubleshooting utility

accessing help10-7

activating from ACM8-6

saving detailed report to text file10-6to 10-7

using10-4to 10-7

Turn Radio Off

ACM menu option8-7

ACU menu option9-15

Turn Radio On

ACM menu option8-7

ACU menu option9-15

U

unicast packets

in site survey active modeF-9

number received7-12

number transmitted7-15

uninstalling client adapter software9-6to 9-7

unpacking the client adapter2-3

Unplug or Eject Hardware icon (Windows)9-4

upgrading client adapter software

on Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000, Me, or XP3-2to 3-10

on Windows NT3-11to 3-20

upgrading firmware9-8to 9-10

up time

statistic7-14

status of7-10

Use Another Application to Configure My Wireless Settings option4-7

Use Auto Profile Selection option4-7, 8-8

Use Other Configuration Application (ACM)8-8

Use Saved User Name and Password option5-30

Use Selected Profile option4-6

Use Short Radio Headers parameter5-9

Use Temporary User Name and Password option5-30

Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings parameter - Windows XPE-5

Use Windows User Name and Password option5-31

W

Wake Duration parameter5-19

warning

definedxiiito xiv

dipole antenna2-3, B-3

explosive device proximity2-3, B-2

laptop users2-3, B-4to B-5

WEP

designation in product model numbers1-3

keys

additional security features5-25

defined5-21, E-2

size of5-22, E-2

types of5-21, E-2

parameter5-27

status of7-7

WEP Key Entry Method parameter5-27

WEP key hashing5-25

Windows login screen6-4

Windows Wireless Network Connection icon, shows unavailable connection10-12

Windows XP

configuring client adapter throughE-4to E-16

enabling EAP-SIM authenticationE-13to E-16

enabling EAP-TLS authenticationE-8to E-10

enabling PEAP authenticationE-10to E-13

feature comparison to ACU3-20to 3-21

inability to use fast user switching3-8

making a configuration decision3-20to 3-21

security featuresE-2to E-4

viewing status of client adapterE-17

wireless infrastructure1-9

Wireless Network Connection Properties screen (Authentication Tab) - Windows5-33, E-8, E-11, E-14

Wireless Network Connection Properties screen (Wireless Networks Tab) - WindowsE-5

Wireless Network Connection Status screen - Windows XPE-17

Wireless Network Properties screen - Windows XPE-6

workstation

defined1-3

in wireless infrastructure1-9

World Mode parameter5-9