Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless LAN Client Adapters (CB21AG and PI21AG) Administration Utility Administrator Guide (ACAU), Release 4.0
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Numerics

802.11 Authentication Mode parameter 5-14

802.11b Preamble parameter 5-11

802.1X

authentication types5-19to 5-21

defined 5-19

802.1x EAP Type parameter 5-31, 5-36, 5-48, 5-51, 5-55, 5-60

802.1x option 5-31, 5-36, 5-48, 5-51, 5-55, 5-60

A

About, menu option 1-4

ACAU

See Aironet Client Administration Utility (ACAU)

access points

entering MAC addresses 5-15

reporting those that fail LEAP authentication 5-23, 5-27

security settings5-24to 5-27

specifying 5-15

ad hoc network, selecting 5-11

advanced parameters

described 5-3, 5-8

setting5-8to 5-15

AES-CCMP, with WPA2 5-22

Aironet Client Administration Utility (ACAU)

client adapters supported 1-5

compatibility with Install Wizard 1-2

components1-3to 1-4

configuration tabs1-3to 1-4

configuring global settings4-1to 4-14

default installation location 2-4

icon 2-9

installing2-2to 2-6

main window 1-3

menus 1-4

obtaining 2-2

operating systems supported 1-2

overview 1-2

running 2-9

uninstalling 2-9

upgrading2-7to 2-8

using3-1to 3-12

Aironet Desktop Utility (ADU)

enabling or disabling 4-5

enabling or disabling profile management feature 4-10

opening from ASTU 4-13

placing icon in system tray 4-6

placing icon on desktop 4-5

preventing access to 4-9

Aironet System Tray Utility (ASTU)

accessing online help 4-12

accessing troubleshooting utility 4-13

configuring user privileges4-11to 4-14

described 4-11

disabling client adapter radio 4-13

displaying Connection Status window 4-14

enabling manual EAP login 4-13

exiting ADU 4-12

forcing reauthentication 4-13

opening ADU 4-13

selecting profiles 4-14

Aironet System Tray Utility Preferences window 4-12

Allow Association to Mixed Cells parameter

setting with EAP-FAST 5-45

setting with EAP-TLS 5-50

setting with LEAP 5-34

setting with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-54

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-58

setting with static WEP 5-29

Allow Automatic PAC Provisioning for this Profile parameter 5-44

Allow Modification of Automatic PAC Provisioning in Profiles parameter 4-10

-AllowReRun, profile migration tool command line option D-5

Allow user to Create a Profile parameter 4-9

Allow user to Export a Profile parameter 4-9

Allow user to Import a Profile parameter 4-9

Allow user to Modify a Profile parameter 4-9

Allow user to Remove a Profile parameter 4-9

Always Resume the Secure Session parameter

for LEAP 5-33

for PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-53

antenna gains

IEEE 802.11a B-4

IEEE 802.11b B-4

IEEE 802.11g B-5

ASTU Settings parameters

configuring4-11to 4-14

described 1-3

overview 4-11

authentication process 5-21

Authentication Timeout Value parameter

for LEAP 5-34

Automatically Prompt for User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

auto profile selection

enabling 3-11

forcing in ADU 4-11

including a profile in3-9to 3-11

prioritizing profiles 3-11

removing a profile from 3-11

rules 3-10

Auto Profile Selection Management window 3-10, 3-11

Auto Select Profiles parameter 3-11

B

broadcast key rotation

described 5-24

setting on client and access point 5-27

broadcast SSIDs 5-5

C

CAM 5-10

Canadian compliance statement A-3

-CardOrder, profile migration tool command line option D-5

-CB20A, profile migration tool command line option D-5

CB21AG client adapter, described 1-5

CCKM fast secure roaming

described5-22to 5-23

enabling with EAP-FAST 5-36

enabling with EAP-TLS 5-48

enabling with LEAP 5-31

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-55

setting on client and access point 5-27

certificates, required for EAP-TLS and PEAP authentication 5-47

Channel parameter 5-13

channels, supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a B-2

IEEE 802.11b/g B-3

CiscoAdminConfig.dat file

components 3-2

creating3-2to 3-5

default location 1-4

described 1-4

saving 3-5

Cisco Key Integrity Protocol (CKIP), with LEAP 5-19

client adapters

disabling radio 4-13

models supported 1-5

client adapter software

configuring silent installation 4-6

configuring silent uninstall 4-7

configuring silent upgrade 4-7

defined 1-2

installing 2-9

obtaining 2-9

uninstalling 2-9

Client Name parameter 5-4

command line options, for profile migration toolD-4to D-6

-ConfigFile, profile migration tool command line option D-5

configuration file

components 3-2

creating3-2to 3-5

default location 1-4

described1-4to 1-5

modifying 3-6

saving 3-5, 3-6

configuration tabs 1-3

configuring global settings4-1to 4-14

Constantly Awake Mode (CAM)

See CAM

Contents, menu option 1-4

D

declarations of conformity

European community, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, and LiechtensteinA-3to A-4

FCC A-2

informationA-4to A-6

RF exposure A-7

Define Certificate window 5-48

Define PEAP (EAP-GTC) Configuration window 5-52

Define PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) Configuration window 5-56

diagnostic channel mode

specifying the diagnostic SSID 5-6

trusting a profile 5-17

Disable Radio parameter 4-13

domain name

including in Windows login

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-34

specifying for saved user name and password

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

dynamic WEP keys, overview5-19to 5-21

E

EAP authentication, overview5-19to 5-21

EAP-Cisco Wireless

See LEAP authentication

EAP-FAST authentication

described5-19to 5-21

enabling 5-35

RADIUS servers supported 5-19

requirements 5-35

setting on client and access point 5-25

user databases supported 5-20

EAP-FAST option 5-36

EAP-FAST Settings window 5-37, 5-38

EAP-TLS authentication

described5-20to 5-21

enabling5-47to 5-50

RADIUS servers supported 5-20

requirements 5-47

setting on client and access point 5-26

EAP-TLS machine authentication with machine credentials

requirements 5-47

setting 5-44, 5-49

EAP-TLS option 5-48

EIRP, maximum supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a B-4

IEEE 802.11b B-4

IEEE 802.11g B-5

Enable Profile Management parameter 4-10

Enter Password window 5-43

error messagesC-2to C-7

Exit

menu option 1-4

parameter 4-12

Export button 3-9

Export Profile window 3-9

F

Fast PSP 5-10

FCC declaration of conformity statement A-2

File drop-down menu 1-4

finding domain controller timeout value

for EAP-FAST 5-45

for LEAP 5-16

Force Auto Select Profiles parameter 4-11

frequencies, supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a B-2

IEEE 802.11b/g B-3

frequency, setting 5-12

G

general parameters

described 5-3

setting5-3to 5-6

global PACs 5-20, 5-43

Global Settings tab

changing parameter values 4-3

described 1-3

displayed 4-2, 4-3, 4-4

groups of parameters 1-3, 4-2

overview4-2to 4-5

parameter dependencies4-4to 4-5

Global Settings window 3-2

Group Policy Delay parameter

setting with EAP-FAST 5-46

setting with EAP-TLS 5-50

setting with LEAP 5-35

setting with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-55

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-59

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with machine credentials 5-60

setting with WPA/WPA2 passphrase 5-30

H

Help

drop-down menu 1-4

parameter 4-12

Host Based EAP option 5-60

I

Import button 3-8

Import EAP-FAST PAC File window 5-42

Import Profile window 3-8

Include Windows Logon Domain with User Name parameter

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-34

infrastructure network, selecting 5-11

Installation Location window 2-4

Installation Type parameter 4-7

installing

ACAU2-2to 2-6

client adapter software 2-9

profile migration tool D-3

InstallShield Wizard Complete window 2-6

InstallShield Wizard window 2-3

Install Site Survey Utility parameter 4-7

J

Japan, guidelines for operating client adapters A-7

L

LEAP authentication

described5-19to 5-21

enabling5-31to 5-35

RADIUS servers supported 5-19

requirements 5-31

setting on client and access point 5-25

timeout value 5-34

LEAP option 5-31

LEAP Settings window 5-32

Limit the functionalities to System Tray icon parameter 4-9

locking a profile 5-17

Lock Transmit Power parameter 5-9

-logfile, profile migration tool command line option D-6

long radio headers, using 5-11

M

machine authentication with machine credentials

using EAP-TLS 5-44, 5-49

using PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)5-59to 5-61

machine authentication with user credentials

using PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-52

using PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-57

Manual Login parameter 4-13

Manually Prompt for User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

Max PSP 5-10

message integrity check (MIC)

described 5-24

setting on client and access point 5-27

with WPA 5-22

Microsoft Wireless Configuration Manager

enabling or disabling 4-5

role in switching between host-based EAP and non-host-based EAP profiles 5-59, 5-60

-miniPCI, profile migration tool command line option D-6

MMH MIC, with LEAP 5-19

N

Network Type parameter 5-11

New, menu option

described 1-4

using 3-2

No Network Connection Unless User Is Logged In parameter

for EAP-FAST 5-45

for LEAP 5-34

O

Open, menu option

described 1-4

using 3-6, 3-7

Open Aironet Desktop Utility parameter 4-13

open authentication, setting 5-14

Open window 3-6

Order Profiles button 3-10

P

PAC authority, selecting 5-42, 5-44

PAC provisioning

automatic 5-44

manual 5-44

setting user privileges 4-10

PACs

copying from private store to global store 5-45

described 5-19, 5-20, 5-44

entering password for5-43to 5-44

exporting 3-8

importing5-42to 5-44

rules for storage 5-20

types of 5-20

PAC stores

selecting 5-43

types of 5-43

PC-Cardbus card, described 1-5

-pci350, profile migration tool command line option D-6

PCI card, described 1-5

-pcmcia350, profile migration tool command line option D-6

PEAP (EAP-GTC) authentication

described 5-21

enabling5-51to 5-55

RADIUS servers supported 5-21

requirements 5-47

setting on client and access point 5-26

user databases supported 5-21

PEAP (EAP-GTC) machine authentication with user credentials, setting 5-52

PEAP (EAP-GTC) option 5-51

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) authentication

Certificate option 5-57

described 5-21

enabling5-55to 5-59

RADIUS servers supported 5-21

requirements 5-47

setting on client and access point 5-26

User Name and Password option 5-57

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with machine credentials, setting5-59to 5-61

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with user credentials, setting 5-57

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) option 5-55

peer-to-peer network 5-11

PI21AG client adapter, described 1-5

Place ADU icon in the System Tray parameter 4-6

Place ADU icon on Desktop parameter 4-5

power level

maximumB-4to B-5

setting 5-9

Power Save Mode parameter 5-10

Preferences parameter 4-12

Preferred Access Points window 5-15

Preferred APs button 5-15

Preparing Setup window 2-3, 2-7

Pre-Shared Key (Static WEP) option 5-28

Previous Installation Detected window 2-8

private PACs 5-20, 5-43

product model numbers 1-5

Profile Editor

Advanced window 5-8

General window 3-4, 5-4

Security window 5-16

windows 5-3

Profile Management tab

described 1-4

overview5-2to 5-3

selecting 3-3

using 3-6

Profile Management window 3-3, 5-2

profile manager, opening5-2to 5-3

profile migration tool

command line optionsD-4to D-6

compatibility with Install Wizard D-2

configuring installation settings 4-8

entering command line options 4-8, D-4

finding version number D-2

installing D-3

name and location of generated log file D-4, D-6

name mangling D-2

overview D-2

rules governing profile migrationD-2to D-3

runningD-3to D-4

running multiple times D-5

uninstalling D-7

usingD-1to D-7

viewing generated log file D-4

Profile Migration Tool parameter 4-8

Profile Migration Tool Parameters window 4-8

Profile Name parameter 5-4

profiles

allowing user to create 4-9

allowing user to export 4-9

allowing user to import 4-9

allowing user to modify 4-9

allowing user to remove 4-9

defined 5-2

described 1-2

exporting3-8to 3-9

importing3-7to 3-8

including in auto profile selection3-9to 3-11

locking 5-17

overwriting or appending 4-11

removing 3-7

removing from auto profile selection 3-11

retrieving from registry 3-12

selecting from ASTU 4-14

Profile Settings parameters

configuring4-10to 4-11

described 1-3

overview 4-10

Prompt the User Before Initiating Automatic PAC Provisioning parameter 4-10

R

radio, disabling 4-13

RADIUS servers

additional information 5-21

defined 5-19

supported5-19to 5-21

Read from registry, menu option

described 1-4

using 3-12

Reauthenticate parameter 4-13

Reboot after Silent Setup parameter 4-7

registry, retrieving a profile from 3-12

regulatory

domains

IEEE 802.11a B-2

IEEE 802.11b/g B-3

informationA-2to A-9

-replace, profile migration tool command line option D-6

Restrict Time Finding Domain Controller parameter

setting with EAP-FAST 5-45

running ACAU 2-9

S

Save, menu option 1-4

Save As, menu option

described 1-4

using 3-5

Save As window 3-5

saved username and password

described

for LEAP 5-32

entering

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

security features

overview5-18to 5-24

synchronizing5-24to 5-27

security parameters

described 5-3, 5-16

setting5-16to 5-61

Select Profile parameter 4-14

Setup Settings parameters

configuring4-5to 4-9

described 1-3

overview 4-5

Setup Status window 2-5

shared authentication, setting 5-14

short radio headers, using 5-11

Show Connection Status parameter 4-14

Silent setup parameter 4-6

site survey utility, installing 4-7

SSID1 parameter 5-5

SSID2 parameter 5-6

SSID3 parameter 5-6

static WEP

enabling5-28to 5-29

with open authentication, setting on client and access point 5-24

with shared key authentication, setting on client and access point 5-24

static WEP keys

guidelines for entering 5-29

overview 5-19

selecting transmit key 5-29

size of 5-28

T

Taiwan, administrative rules for client adaptersA-8to A-9

Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)

described 5-24

setting on client and access point 5-27

with WPA 5-22

temporary username and password

automatically prompt for

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

described

for EAP-FAST 5-39, 5-40

for LEAP 5-32

manually prompt for

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

selecting options

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33

using Windows credentials

for LEAP 5-33

throughput 5-10, 5-11

transmit key 5-29

Transmit Power Level parameter 5-9

Troubleshooting parameter 4-13

troubleshooting utility, accessing from ASTU 4-13

U

uninstalling

ACAU 2-9

client adapter software 2-9

profile migration tool D-7

Update existing Profiles parameter 4-11

upgrading ACAU2-7to 2-8

Use Machine Information For Domain Logon parameter

for EAP-TLS 5-44, 5-49

for PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-52

for PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-57

Use Microsoft Zero Configuration parameter 4-5

User Settings parameters

configuring4-9to 4-10

described 1-3

overview 4-9

Use Saved User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-32

Use Temporary User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-39, 5-40

for LEAP 5-32

Use Windows User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-40

for LEAP 5-33, 5-40

W

WEP key hashing, described 5-24

WEP keys

additional security features 5-24

defined 5-18

size of 5-18

types of 5-18

Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

described 5-22

enabling with EAP-FAST 5-36

enabling with EAP-TLS 5-48

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-55

Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)

described 5-22

enabling with EAP-FAST 5-36

enabling with EAP-TLS 5-48

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-55

Wireless Mode parameter 5-12

Wireless Mode When Starting Ad Hoc Network parameter 5-12

WPA

See Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

WPA/WPA2/CCKM EAP Type parameter

with EAP-FAST 5-36

with EAP-TLS 5-48

with LEAP 5-31

with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-55

WPA/WPA2/CCKM option

used to enable CCKM fast secure roaming 5-23

with EAP-FAST 5-36

with EAP-TLS 5-48

with LEAP 5-31

with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-55

WPA/WPA2 Passphrase option 5-30

WPA2 passphrase

described 5-22

enabling 5-30

setting on client and access point 5-25

WPA passphrase

described 5-22

enabling 5-30

setting on client and access point 5-25

WPA Pre-Shared Key

See WPA passphrase or WPA2 passphrase

WPA-PSK, described 5-22