Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless LAN Client Adapters (CB21AG and PI21AG) Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 2.5
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Numerics

802.11 Authentication Mode parameter     5-12

802.11b preamble, status of     7-11

802.11b Preamble parameter     5-9

802.11 mode, in ASTU     8-5

802.1X

authentication types

in ADU     5-15 to  5-18

in Windows XP     E-3

defined     5-15, E-3

802.1x EAP Type parameter     5-28, 5-32, 5-40, 5-43, 5-47, 5-51

802.1x option     5-28, 5-32, 5-40, 5-43, 5-47, 5-51

A

About Aironet Desktop Utility, ADU menu option     9-9

About window

in ADU     9-9

in site survey utility     F-33

access point

CCX version supported     F-11, F-15

channel, in site survey utility     F-6, F-11, F-14

currently associated to     7-9, 8-11

data rates, in site survey utility     F-14

frequency, in site survey utility     F-6, F-11, F-14

in wireless infrastructure     1-6

IP address

in ADU     7-9

in ASTU     8-11

in site survey utility     F-6

load, in site survey utility     F-11, F-15

MAC address

in ADU     7-9

in site survey utility     F-6, F-10, F-14

maximum transmit data rate, in site survey utility     F-11

mismatches     7-14

model number     F-15

name

in ADU     7-9

in ASTU     8-11

in site survey utility     F-6, F-11, F-15

number of associations     F-15

problems associating to     10-10

radio     F-15

radio band, in site survey utility     F-11, F-14

role in wireless network     1-5

security settings     5-21 to  5-24

Access Point 1 through 4 parameters     5-13

access points

associating to in Windows XP     E-18

number displayed in site survey utility     F-10

preferred, setting     5-13

reporting those that fail LEAP authentication     5-19 to  5-20, 5-24

viewing an accumulation of     F-18

viewing details in site survey utility     F-13 to  F-16

viewing status in site survey utility     F-5 to  F-8

Accumulate button, in site survey utility     F-17, F-18

ACK frames     7-14

Action drop-down menu

in ADU     6-10, 9-8

in site survey utility     F-3, F-20, F-34

Activate button     4-6, 4-10

Adapter Information

button     9-10

window     9-10

Add Comments to Log File window (site survey utility)     F-24

Add User Comment, site survey utility menu option     F-24

ad hoc mode, in site survey utility     F-12

ad hoc network

defined     E-6

selecting in ADU     5-9

selecting in Windows XP     E-7

setting wireless mode     5-10

wireless LAN configuration     1-5

ADU

See Aironet Desktop Utility (ADU)

Advanced button     7-6

advanced parameters

described     5-2

setting     5-6 to  5-13

Advanced Statistics

button     7-13

window     7-13

Advanced Status window     7-7

AES, status of     7-6, 7-7

AES-CCMP, with WPA2     5-18

AES option, in Windows XP     E-8

Aironet Desktop Utility (ADU)

accessing help     9-10

described     1-4

exiting     9-8

feature comparison to Windows XP     3-17 to  3-18

finding version     9-9

icon     9-8

opening     9-8

Profile Management windows, overview     5-2

status and statistics tools

overview     7-2

setting parameters     7-2 to  7-3

using     7-4 to  7-15

Aironet Desktop Utility Help, ADU menu option     9-10

Aironet System Tray Utility (ASTU)

accessing help     8-5

described     1-4

exiting     8-6

icon     8-2 to  8-3, 9-8

opening     8-6

overview     8-2

pop-up menu     8-5 to  8-11

selecting the active profile     8-8 to  8-9

setting preferences     8-6 to  8-7

specifying pop-up menu options     8-7

Tool Tip window     8-3 to  8-5

using     8-1 to  8-11

using to open ADU     8-6

using to open troubleshooting utility     8-6

Aironet System Tray Utility Preferences window     8-6

Allow Association to Mixed Cells parameter

setting with EAP-FAST     5-38

setting with EAP-TLS     5-42

setting with LEAP     5-31

setting with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-46

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-50

setting with static WEP     5-26

Allow Automatic PAC Provisioning for this Profile parameter     5-35

-AllowReRun, profile migration tool command line option     G-4

ALR, in site survey utility     F-33

Always Do User Authentication parameter     5-41

Always Resume the Secure Session parameter

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

for PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-45

antenna

assembling     3-5 to  3-6

described     1-3

gains

IEEE 802.11a     D-4

IEEE 802.11b     D-4

IEEE 802.11g     D-5

mounting     3-6 to  3-8

placement     F-2

rotating     3-8

specifications     A-5

antenna base, mounting     3-6 to  3-8

AP detailed information parameters (site survey utility)     F-14 to  F-16

AP Detailed Information window (site survey utility)     F-13

APS, in site survey utility     F-33

AP scan list, in site survey utility

displayed     F-9

opening     F-31

parameters     F-10 to  F-12

pausing     F-13

saving     F-30 to  F-31

viewing     F-9 to  F-12

AP Scan List Logging Configuration window (site survey utility)     F-26

AP Scan List tab (site survey utility), using     F-8 to  F-18

AP scan log, in site survey utility

deleting     F-30

viewing     F-28 to  F-29

AP scan log file, in site survey utility

displayed     F-17, F-29

generating     F-16 to  F-17

name and location     F-27

AP scan logging, in site survey utility

configuring     F-26 to  F-27

disabling     F-28

enabling     F-28

AP scanning, using in site survey utility     F-26 to  F-31

associated AP status parameters (site survey utility)     F-6 to  F-8

Associated AP Status tab (site survey utility)

units as a percentage     F-5

units in dBm     F-5

using     F-4 to  F-8

association

rejections     7-15

time-outs     7-15

associations, in site survey utility     F-15

ASTU

See Aironet System Tray Utility (ASTU)

ATIM Window, in site survey utility     F-14

audience of document     xii

authentication

process     5-17, E-4

rejections     7-15

time-outs     7-15

type

setting     5-12

status of     7-8

Authentication Timeout Value parameter

for EAP-FAST     5-35

for LEAP     5-31

Automatically Prompt for User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

auto profile selection

enabling     4-10

including a profile in     4-8 to  4-9

prioritizing profiles     4-9

removing a profile from     4-9

restrictions     4-9

status of     8-10

using     8-8

Auto Profile Selection Management window     4-8

Auto Select Profiles parameter     4-10

Available Infrastructure and Ad Hoc Networks window     4-4

B

beacon period, in site survey utility     F-14

beacons received

in ADU     7-14

in site survey utility     F-7

Brazil/Anatel, regulatory approval     C-9 to  C-10

broadcast key rotation

described     5-20

setting on client and access point     5-24

broadcast packets

number received     7-13

number transmitted     7-13

broadcast SSIDs     5-4, E-6

BSS Aging Interval parameter (Windows Control Panel)     5-58

bytes

number received     7-13

number transmitted     7-13

C

call admission control (CAC), in site survey utility     F-12

CAM

See Constantly Awake Mode (CAM)

Canadian compliance statement     C-3

card name     9-10

-CardOrder, profile migration tool command line option     G-4

caution, defined     xiii

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

CCKM fast secure roaming

described     5-19

enabling with EAP-FAST     5-32

enabling with EAP-TLS     5-40

enabling with LEAP     5-28

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-43

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-47

setting on client and access point     5-24

CCX, version supported by access point     F-11, F-15

certificates, required for EAP-TLS and PEAP authentication     5-39

channel of access point

in ADU     4-6

in site survey utility     F-6, F-11, F-14

channel of client adapter     7-6, 7-11

Channel parameter     5-11

channels, supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a     D-2

IEEE 802.11b/g     D-3

channel set, for which client adapter is configured     7-11

Choose Destination Location window (Install Wizard)     3-14

Cisco.com

accessing     xv

obtaining documentation     xv

Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless Adapter Properties window     5-57

Cisco Aironet Desktop Utility (Diagnostics) window     7-12

Cisco Aironet Desktop Utility (Profile Management) window     4-2

Cisco Aironet Installation Program window (Install Wizard)     3-11

Cisco Centralized Key Management (CCKM)

See CCKM fast secure roaming

Cisco extended capabilities (CEC), in site survey utility     F-12

Cisco Key Integrity Protocol (CKIP)

statistics     7-15

status of     7-6

with LEAP     5-15

client adapter

association status in site survey utility     F-4

selecting in site survey utility     F-3 to  F-4

client name     9-10

Client Name parameter     5-4

client utilities

See Aironet Desktop Utility (ADU) and Aironet System Tray Utility (ASTU)

command line options, for profile migration tool     G-4 to  G-6

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

Configuration Settings window

for PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-45

for PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-49

Configure AP Scan Logging, site survey utility menu option     F-26

Configure Scan List Columns window     4-5

Configure Thresholds, site survey utility menu option     F-20

configuring AP scan logging in site survey utility     F-26 to  F-27

configuring client adapter

deciding between ADU and Windows XP     3-17 to  3-18

in ADU     5-1 to  5-53

in Windows XP     E-5 to  E-10

configuring scan list columns     4-5

configuring threshold values in site survey utility     F-20 to  F-23

connection status     8-4, 8-10

Connection Status window (ASTU)     8-9

Constantly Awake Mode (CAM)     5-8

Contents, site survey utility menu option     F-33

conventions of document     xiii to  xiv

CRC errors     7-14

CTS frames     7-14

Current Status window     7-4

CWmax, in site survey utility     F-15

CWmin, in site survey utility     F-15

D

Data Display parameter     7-3, 7-12

data encryption

in ADU     7-7

in site survey utility     F-11, F-14

data frames     7-14

data rate

in ADU     7-5

mismatches     7-14

of access point, in site survey utility     F-14

setting     5-10

specifications     A-3

when performing a site survey     F-2

debugging information, in site survey utility     F-14

declarations of conformity

European community, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein     C-3 to  C-7

FCC     C-2

RF exposure     C-7

default values, using     5-2

Define Certificate window     5-41

Define PEAP (EAP-GTC) Configuration window     5-44

Define PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) Configuration window     5-48

Define Pre-Shared Keys window     5-25

Define WPA/WPA2 Pre-Shared Key window     5-27

Delete AP Scan Log, site survey utility menu option     F-30

Delete Threshold Log, site survey utility menu option     F-25

diagnosing client adapter operation     10-3 to  10-6

Diagnostics window     7-12

Disable Radio

ADU menu option     9-11

ASTU menu option     8-7

Display in Percent parameter (site survey utility)     F-4

Display Settings

ADU menu option     7-2

window     7-2

display units, specifying in site survey utility     F-4

diversity antenna     1-3

document

audience     xii

conventions     xiii to  xiv

organization     xii to  xiii

purpose     xii

documentation

DVD     xv

feedback     xvi

obtaining     xv to  xvi

ordering     xvi

domain name

including in Windows login

for EAP-FAST     5-35

for LEAP     5-31

specifying for saved user name and password

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

driver

current version     9-9, 9-10

date     9-10

described     1-4

manually installing or upgrading     9-6

name     9-10

DSConfig, in site survey utility     F-15

duplicate frames, number received     7-14

dynamic WEP keys, overview     5-15 to  5-18, E-3 to  E-4

E

EAP authentication

described     E-4

overview     5-15 to  5-18, 6-2, E-3 to  E-4

restarting     6-15

using     6-1 to  6-15

EAP-Cisco Wireless

See LEAP authentication

EAP-FAST authentication

authenticating after a reboot/logon

with automatically prompted login     6-6 to  6-7

with saved username and password     6-12

with Windows username and password     6-4

authenticating after a reboot/logon/card insertion, with manually prompted login     6-9 to  6-11

authenticating after EAP-FAST password expires

with automatically prompted login     6-7 to  6-8

with manually prompted login     6-11

with saved username and password     6-13

with Windows username and password     6-4 to  6-5

authenticating after profile activation, with manually prompted login     6-8 to  6-9

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion

with automatically prompted login     6-5 to  6-6

with saved username and password     6-12

with Windows username and password     6-3 to  6-4

described     5-16 to  5-18

disabling     5-53

enabling     5-32 to  5-39

overview     6-2 to  6-3

RADIUS servers supported     5-16

requirements     5-32

setting on client and access point     5-22

stages of     6-3

user databases supported     5-17

EAP-FAST Authentication Status window

displayed     6-2

minimizing     6-3

EAP-FAST option     5-32

EAP-FAST Settings window     5-33

EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window - Windows XP     E-15

EAP-TLS authentication

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion/reboot/logon     6-13

described     5-17 to  5-18, E-3, E-4

disabling     5-53

enabling

in ADU     5-39 to  5-43

in Windows XP     E-10 to  E-12

RADIUS servers supported     5-17, E-3

requirements     5-39

setting on client and access point     5-22

EAP-TLS machine authentication with machine credentials

requirements     5-40

setting     5-41

EAP-TLS option     5-40

EIRP, maximum supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a     D-4

IEEE 802.11b     D-4

IEEE 802.11g     D-5

Enable AP Scan Logging, site survey utility menu option     F-28

Enable Expert Mode for AP Detailed Information parameter (site survey utility)     F-14

Enable Radio

ADU menu option     9-11

ASTU menu option     8-7

Enable Threshold Alerts, site survey utility menu option     F-23

Enable Threshold Logging, site survey utility menu option     F-23

Enable Tray Icon, ADU menu option     8-6

encryption errors     7-14

Enter Password window     5-37

Enter Wireless Network Password window     6-6, 6-7, 6-9, 6-10

error messages     10-12 to  10-24

errors

CRC     7-14

encryption     7-14

MIC     7-15

Exit menu option

in ADU     9-8

in ASTU     8-6, 9-8

in site survey utility     F-34

Export button     4-12

Export Profile window     4-13

F

Fast PSP     5-8

FCC

declaration of conformity statement     C-2

safety compliance statement     2-2

Fit Columns parameter (site survey utility)     F-9

frames

ACK     7-14

CTS     7-14

duplicate     7-14

number dropped     7-14

number received successfully     7-14

number received with errors     7-14

number retried     7-14

number transmitted successfully     7-14

RTS     7-14

frequencies, supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a     D-2

IEEE 802.11b/g     D-3

frequency

in ADU     7-5, 7-11

of access point, in site survey utility     F-11, F-14

setting     5-10

G

general parameters

described     5-2

setting     5-3 to  5-5

Generic Token Card Properties window - Windows XP     E-17

global PACs     5-16, 5-36

Group Policy, described     3-20

Group Policy Delay parameter

installing hot fix for     3-20 to  3-21

setting with EAP-FAST     5-39

setting with EAP-TLS     5-42

setting with LEAP     5-31

setting with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-47

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-50

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with machine credentials     5-51

setting with WPA/WPA2 passphrase     5-27

H

hardware components of client adapter     1-3

help

in ADU     9-10

in ASTU     8-5

in site survey utility     F-33

hops, in site survey utility     F-15

Host Based EAP option     5-51

host devices     2-4

Hysteresis parameter (site survey utility)     F-23

I

I/O range     10-9

Import button     4-12

Import EAP-FAST PAC File window     5-36

Import Profile window     4-12

Include Windows Logon Domain with User Name parameter

for EAP-FAST     5-35

for LEAP     5-31

indicators, in site survey utility     F-33

information about client adapter     9-10

infrastructure device, defined     1-2

infrastructure mode, in site survey utility     F-14

infrastructure network

selecting in ADU     5-9

wireless LAN configuration     1-6

inserting client adapter     3-2 to  3-8

Install Cisco Aironet Site Survey Utility window (Install Wizard)     3-13

installing

client adapter software     3-9 to  3-20

profile migration tool     G-3

Install Wizard file

described     1-4

installing     3-9 to  3-20

name     3-9

removing     9-7

interference     2-5, 3-6

interrupt request (IRQ)     10-9

introduction to client adapters     1-2

IP address

of access point

in ADU     7-9

in ASTU     8-11

in site survey utility     F-6

of client adapter     7-6, 8-5, 8-11

J

Japan, guidelines for operating client adapters     C-7

K

key icon     4-6

L

LEAP authentication

authenticating after a reboot/logon

with automatically prompted login     6-6 to  6-7

with saved username and password     6-12

with Windows username and password     6-4

authenticating after a reboot/logon/card insertion, with manually prompted login     6-9 to  6-11

authenticating after profile activation, with manually prompted login     6-8 to  6-9

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion

with automatically prompted login     6-5 to  6-6

with saved username and password     6-12

with Windows username and password     6-3 to  6-4

described     5-15 to  5-18

disabling     5-53

enabling     5-28 to  5-32

overview     6-2 to  6-3

RADIUS servers supported     5-15

requirements     5-28

setting on client and access point     5-21

stages of     6-3

timeout value     4-10, 8-8

using with login scripts     4-10

LEAP Authentication Status window

displayed     6-2

minimizing     6-3

LEAP option     5-28

LEAP Settings window     5-29

LEDs

described     1-3

interpreting     10-2

link quality

in ASTU     8-5, 8-11

in site survey utility     F-8

link speed

in ASTU     8-5

in site survey utility     F-8

List Installed Devices Even If Not Present in System parameter (site survey utility)     F-4

load, in site survey utility     F-11, F-15

Locked Profile parameter     5-14

locked profiles     5-14

LOG, in site survey utility     F-33

log file, generating in site survey utility     F-17

-logfile, profile migration tool command line option     G-5

login scripts, using with LEAP     4-10, 8-9

Log Snapshot button, in site survey utility     F-16

long radio headers

status of     7-11

using     5-9

M

MAC address

of access point

in site survey utility     F-6, F-10, F-14

specifying     5-13

viewing     7-9

of client adapter     9-10

machine authentication with machine credentials

using EAP-TLS     5-41

using PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-51 to  5-52

machine authentication with user credentials

using PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-44

using PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-48

Manual Login

ADU menu option     5-30, 6-9

ASTU menu option     8-8

Manually Prompt for User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

Max PSP     5-8

message integrity check (MIC)

described     5-20, 7-8

errors     7-15

setting on client and access point     5-24

statistics     7-15

status of     7-8

types of     7-8

with WPA     5-18

Michael MIC, status of     7-8

microcellular network     1-6

Microsoft 802.1X supplicant, disabling     10-8

Microsoft hot fix

installing     3-20 to  3-21

required for Group Policy Delay parameter     3-20

Microsoft Wireless Configuration Manager

disabling     10-8

enabling in Install Wizard     3-17

role in switching between host-based EAP and non-host-based EAP profiles     5-51, 5-52

-miniPCI, profile migration tool command line option     G-5

MMH MIC

status of     7-8

with LEAP     5-15

Modify button     4-11, 5-3

multicast packets

number received     7-13

number transmitted     7-13

N

network

configurations     1-5 to  1-6

prioritizing connections     10-11

problems connecting to     10-11

type, current     4-3, 7-5

network name

in ADU     5-4, 7-7

in ASTU     8-3

in site survey utility     F-10, F-14

Network Type parameter     5-9

New button     4-4, 5-3

noise level

in ADU     7-10

in site survey utility     F-7

No Network Connection Unless User Is Logged In parameter

for EAP-FAST     5-35, 6-12

for LEAP     5-31, 6-12

note, defined     xiii

O

online help

for ADU     9-10

for ASTU     8-5

for site survey utility     F-33

Open Aironet Desktop Utility, ASTU menu option     8-6, 9-8

Open AP Scan List, site survey utility menu option     F-31

open authentication

setting     5-12, E-8

status of     7-8

Open window (site survey utility)     F-31

operating systems supported     xii, 2-4, 3-9

Options, site survey utility menu option     F-14, F-18

Options window (site survey utility)     F-19

Order Profiles button     4-8

organization of document     xii to  xiii

P

PAC authority, selecting     5-35, 5-38

package contents     2-3

packets

broadcast     7-13

multicast     7-13

unicast     7-13

PAC provisioning

automatic     5-35

manual     5-35

PACs

copying from private store to global store     5-38

deleting     5-39

described     5-16, 5-35

entering password for     5-37 to  5-38

importing     5-36 to  5-38

rules for storage     5-16

types of     5-16

PAC stores

selecting     5-36

types of     5-36

Pause List Update button, in site survey utility     F-13

PC-Cardbus card

antenna     1-3

described     1-2

inserting     3-2

profiles tied to slot     4-7

removing     9-2

-pci350, profile migration tool command line option     G-5

PCI card

antenna

assembling     3-5 to  3-6

described     1-3

mounting     3-6 to  3-8

rotating     3-8

changing bracket     3-3

described     1-2

inserting     3-3 to  3-8

removing     9-2

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

PEAP (EAP-GTC) authentication

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion/reboot/logon     6-14 to  6-15

described     5-17, E-3, E-4

disabling     5-53

enabling

in ADU     5-43 to  5-47

in Windows XP     E-13 to  E-14, E-16 to  E-18

RADIUS servers supported     5-17, E-3

requirements     5-39

setting on client and access point     5-23

user databases supported     5-17

PEAP (EAP-GTC) machine authentication with user credentials, setting     5-44

PEAP (EAP-GTC) option     5-43

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) authentication

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion/reboot/logon     6-15

Certificate option     5-48

described     5-17 to  5-18, E-3, E-4

disabling     5-53

enabling

in ADU     5-47 to  5-50

in Windows XP     E-13 to  E-15

RADIUS servers supported     5-17, E-3

requirements     5-39

setting on client and access point     5-23

User Name and Password option     5-48

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with machine credentials, setting     5-51 to  5-52

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with user credentials, setting     5-48

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) option     5-47

PEAP Properties window - Windows XP     E-16

peer-to-peer network     1-5, 5-9

physical specifications     A-2

Please Change Password window     6-5, 6-8, 6-11, 6-13

power level, current     7-10

power levels, available     7-10

power save mode, currently being used     7-10

Power Save Mode parameter     5-8

power specifications     A-6

Preferences, ASTU menu option     8-6

Preferred Access Points window     5-13

Preparing Setup window (Install Wizard)     3-10, 9-3

Pre-Shared Key (Static WEP) option     5-25

Previous Installation Detected window (Install Wizard)     9-4

private PACs     5-16, 5-36

product model numbers     1-2

product security

overview     xvi to  xvii

reporting problems     xvii

profile

active     4-10, 8-3, 8-10

default     4-2

described     4-2

locked     5-14

Profile Management (Advanced) window     5-6

Profile Management (General) window     4-7

Profile Management (Security) window     5-14

Profile Management window     4-2

Profile Management windows, parameters missing     10-11

profile manager

auto profile selection feature     4-8 to  4-9

creating a new profile     4-4 to  4-7

deleting a profile     4-11

editing a profile     4-11

exporting a profile     4-12 to  4-13

importing a profile     4-12

opening     4-2 to  4-3

parameters missing     4-3, 10-11

selecting the active profile     4-10

profile migration tool

command line options     G-4 to  G-6

compatibility with Install Wizard     G-2

entering multiple commands     G-4

finding version number     G-2

installing     G-3

name and location of generated log file     G-4, G-5

name mangling     G-3

overview     G-2

rules governing profile migration     G-2 to  G-3

running     G-3 to  G-4

running multiple times     G-4

uninstalling     G-6

using     G-1 to  G-6

viewing generated log file     G-4

Profile Name parameter     5-4

profiles, losing     9-6

profiles submenu (ASTU)     8-8

Protected EAP

See PEAP (EAP-GTC) authentication and PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) authentication

Protected EAP Properties window - Windows XP     E-14

protocol driver, finding version     9-9

proximity beeper

configuring     F-18 to  F-19

disabling     F-20

enabling     F-20

inverting the tone of     F-19

using     F-18 to  F-20

PRX, in site survey utility     F-33

publications and information, obtaining     xix

purpose of document     xii

Q

QoS

See quality of service

QoS Packet Scheduler

enabling on Windows 2000     5-53 to  5-55

enabling on Windows XP     5-56

quality of service (QoS)

described     5-53

in site survey utility     F-12

status of     7-9

R

radio

described     1-3

enabling or disabling     8-7, 9-11

specifications     A-3 to  A-5

radio band of access point, in site survey utility     F-11, F-14

RADIUS servers

additional information     5-18, E-4

defined     5-15, E-3

supported     5-15 to  5-18, E-3

range     5-7

Reauthenticate menu option

in ADU     6-15

in ASTU     6-15, 8-8

receive rate     7-11, 8-11

receive statistics     7-13, 7-14 to  7-15

Refresh button     4-4

Refresh Interval parameter     7-3, 7-12

regulatory

domains

IEEE 802.11a     D-2

IEEE 802.11b/g     D-3

information     C-2 to  C-10

specifications     A-6

related publications     xv

Remove button     4-11

removing client adapter     9-2

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

resize tab, on site survey utility     F-33

resource conflicts, resolving

in Windows 2000     10-9

in Windows XP     10-10

RF obstructions     2-5, 3-6, F-2

RM-APScan, in site survey utility     F-12, F-16

RM-CliWlk, in site survey utility     F-12, F-16

RM-Normal, in site survey utility     F-12, F-16

roaming

described     1-6

parameters, setting in the Windows Control Panel     5-57 to  5-58

threshold     5-58

RSSI, in site survey utility     F-10, F-14

RTS frames     7-14

Run Test button, in troubleshooting utility     10-4

S

safety

information     2-2 to  2-3

specifications     A-6

Save AP Scan List, site survey utility menu option     F-30

Save As window (site survey utility)     F-30

saved username and password

described

for EAP-FAST     5-33

for LEAP     5-29

entering

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

Save Report, in troubleshooting utility

button     10-7

window     10-7

Scan button     4-4

scan list columns, configuring     4-5

Scan List Settings, ADU menu option     4-4

Scan Valid Interval parameter (Windows Control Panel)     5-58

seamless roaming     1-6

security features

overview     5-14 to  5-20

synchronizing     5-21 to  5-24

security mode     4-3

security parameters

described     5-2

setting     5-13 to  5-52

Select Adapter

site survey utility menu option     F-3

window (site survey utility)     F-3

Select EAP-FAST PAC window     5-36

Select Network Component Type window     5-55

Select Network Service window     5-55

Select Profile, ASTU menu option     8-8 to  8-9

sensitivity     A-4

serial number of client adapter     9-10

server-based authentication, currently being used     7-7

service request

definitions of severity     xviii

submitting     xviii

Setup Status window (Install Wizard)     9-5

Setup Type window (Install Wizard)     3-12

shared authentication

setting     5-12, E-8

status of     7-8

short radio headers

status of     7-11

using     5-9

Show Connection Status, ASTU menu option     8-9

signal quality

in ADU     7-10

in site survey utility     F-7

signal strength

as a percentage     7-3

in ADU     7-6, 7-10

in ASTU     8-5

in dBm     7-3

Signal Strength Display Units parameter     7-3

signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)

as a percentage     7-3

in ADU     4-6

in dB     7-3

in site survey utility     F-8

site requirements

for client devices     2-5

for infrastructure devices     2-5

site survey

environmental considerations     F-2

guidelines     F-2

performing     F-1 to  F-34

site survey utility

About window     F-33

accessing help     F-33

Accumulate button     F-17, F-18

AP detailed information parameters     F-14 to  F-16

AP Detailed Information window     F-13

AP scan list

parameters     F-10 to  F-12

pausing     F-13

viewing     F-9 to  F-12

associated AP status parameters     F-6 to  F-8

client adapter association status     F-4

configuring

AP scan logging     F-26 to  F-27

proximity beeper     F-18 to  F-19

threshold values     F-20 to  F-23

debugging information     F-14

deleting

AP scan log     F-30

threshold log file     F-25

disabling

AP scan logging     F-28

proximity beeper     F-20

threshold triggers     F-23

enabling

AP scan logging     F-28

proximity beeper     F-20

threshold triggers     F-23

exiting     F-34

finding version of     F-33

Fit Columns parameter     F-9

generating AP scan log file     F-16 to  F-17

indicators     F-33

inverting tone of proximity beeper     F-19

log file     F-17

Log Snapshot button     F-16

opening     F-3

opening AP scan list     F-31

overview     F-2

Pause List Update button     F-13

resize tab     F-33

resizing columns     F-9

saving AP scan list     F-30 to  F-31

selecting client adapter     F-3 to  F-4

specifying

directory     3-13

display units     F-4

status bar     F-32 to  F-33

status messages     F-32

top of main window     F-4

trend graph, explained     F-6

uninstalling     F-34

using

AP Scan List tab     F-8 to  F-18

AP scanning     F-26 to  F-31

thresholds     F-20 to  F-25

View AP Details button     F-13

viewing

access point details     F-13 to  F-16

an accumulation of access points     F-18

AP scan log     F-28 to  F-29

status of access point     F-5 to  F-8

threshold log file     F-24 to  F-25

Smart Card or other Certificate Properties window - Windows XP     E-11

software

compatibility with Cisco Aironet client adapters     3-9

installing     3-9 to  3-20

procedures     9-3 to  9-11

uninstalling     9-6 to  9-7

upgrading     9-3 to  9-5

software components

described     1-4

finding versions     9-9

specifications

physical     A-2

power     A-6

radio     A-3 to  A-5

regulatory compliance     A-6

safety     A-6

spread spectrum     1-3

SSID

setting     5-4

viewing

in ADU     4-3, 4-5, 7-7

in ASTU     8-3, 8-11

in site survey utility     F-10, F-14, F-19

SSID1 parameter     5-4

SSID2 parameter     5-5

SSID3 parameter     5-5

Ssidl, in site survey utility     F-12

Start Test button, in troubleshooting utility     10-5

static WEP

disabling     5-53

enabling     5-25 to  5-26

with open authentication, setting on client and access point     5-21

with shared key authentication, setting on client and access point     5-21

static WEP keys

guidelines for entering

in ADU     5-26

in Windows XP     E-9

overview     5-15, E-2

selecting transmit key     5-26

size of     5-25

statistics

method of calculation     7-12

receive     7-13, 7-14 to  7-15

transmit     7-13, 7-14

viewing     7-12 to  7-15

status bar, in site survey utility     F-32 to  F-33

status messages, in site survey utility     F-32

status of client adapter

in ADU Advanced Status window     7-7 to  7-11

in ADU Current Status window     7-4 to  7-6

in ASTU Connection Status window     8-9 to  8-11

in ASTU Tool Tip window     8-4

in Windows XP     E-18

Stop Test button, in troubleshooting utility     10-5

supplicant, finding version     9-9

system requirements     2-4

T

Taiwan, administrative rules for client adapters     C-8 to  C-9

technical assistance, obtaining     xvii to  xviii

technical support and documentation website     xvii to  xviii

Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)

described     5-20

setting on client and access point     5-24

with WPA     5-18

temporary username and password

automatically prompt for

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

described

for EAP-FAST     5-33

for LEAP     5-29

manually prompt for

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

selecting options

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

using Windows credentials

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

third-party tool, enabling in Install Wizard     3-17

threshold log file

adding a comment to     F-24

deleting in site survey utility     F-25

name and location     F-23

viewing in site survey utility     F-24 to  F-25

Threshold Log File window (site survey utility)     F-25

Threshold Logging Configuration window (site survey utility)     F-21

thresholds, using in site survey utility     F-20 to  F-25

threshold triggers

disabling in site survey utility     F-23

enabling in site survey utility     F-23

throughput     5-8, 5-9

time of day, in site survey utility     F-10, F-17, F-18

TKIP

option in Windows XP     E-8

status of     7-6

Token Configuration window     6-14

translated safety warnings     B-1 to  B-6

transmit key     5-26

transmit power, in site survey utility     F-12, F-16

Transmit Power Level parameter     5-7

transmit rate     7-11, 8-11

transmit statistics     7-13, 7-14

Troubleshooting

ADU menu option     10-3

ASTU menu option     8-6, 10-3

button     10-3

troubleshooting information, accessing     10-2

troubleshooting utility

saving detailed report to text file     10-7

using     10-3 to  10-7

Troubleshooting Utility window

detailed report     10-6

initial window     10-4

with test results     10-5

U

unicast packets

number received     7-13

number transmitted     7-13

uninstalling

client adapter software     9-6 to  9-7

profile migration tool     G-6

unpacking the client adapter     2-3

Unplug or Eject Hardware icon (Windows)     9-2

upgrading client adapter software     9-3 to  9-5

up time, status of     7-10

Use Auto Profile Selection, ASTU menu option     8-8

Use Machine Information For Domain Logon parameter

for EAP-TLS     5-41

for PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-44

for PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-48

Use Saved User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST     5-33

for LEAP     5-29

Use Temporary User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST     5-33

for LEAP     5-29

Use Windows to Configure My Wireless Network Settings parameter - Windows XP     E-6

Use Windows User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST     5-34

for LEAP     5-30

V

View AP Details button, in site survey utility     F-13

View AP Scan Log, site survey utility menu option     F-16, F-28

viewer, name and location     F-23, F-27

View Report button, in troubleshooting utility     10-5

View Threshold Log, site survey utility menu option     F-24

W

warning

antenna     2-2, B-3

defined     xiii to  xiv

explosive device proximity     2-2, B-2

laptop users     2-3, B-4 to  B-6

WEP

keys

additional security features     5-20

defined     5-14, E-2

entry method     5-25

size of     5-15, E-2

types of     5-15, E-2

status of     7-6

WEP key hashing, described     5-20

WEP option, in Windows XP     E-8

Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)

enabling     5-53 to  5-56

in site survey utility     F-12

status of     7-9

Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

described     5-18, E-4

enabling in Windows XP     E-8

enabling with EAP-FAST     5-32

enabling with EAP-TLS     5-40

enabling with LEAP     5-28

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-43

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-47

in site survey utility     F-12

software required     E-4

Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)

described     5-18

enabling with EAP-FAST     5-32

enabling with EAP-TLS     5-40

enabling with LEAP     5-28

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-43

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-47

in site survey utility     F-12

Windows 2000

disabling Microsoft 802.1X supplicant     10-8

resolving resource conflicts     10-9

Windows Wireless Network Connection icon, shows unavailable connection     10-11

Windows XP

associating to an access point     E-18

configuring client adapter through     E-5 to  E-10

disabling Microsoft Wireless Configuration Manager     10-8

enabling EAP-TLS authentication     E-10 to  E-12

enabling PEAP authentication     E-13 to  E-18

feature comparison to ADU     3-17 to  3-18

making a configuration decision     3-17 to  3-18

resolving resource conflicts     10-10

security features     E-2 to  E-4

viewing status of client adapter     E-18

Wireless Cisco Connection Properties window - Windows 2000     5-54

wireless infrastructure     1-6

wireless mode, current     4-6, 7-5

Wireless Mode parameter     5-10

Wireless Mode When Starting Ad Hoc Network parameter     5-10

Wireless Network Connection Properties window (Wireless Networks Tab) - Windows XP     E-6

Wireless Network Connection Properties window - Windows XP     5-56

Wireless Network Connection Status window - Windows XP     E-18

Wireless Network Properties window (Association Tab) - Windows XP     E-7

Wireless Network Properties window (Authentication Tab) - Windows XP     E-10, E-13

WMM

See Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)

workstation

defined     1-2

in wireless infrastructure     1-6

WPA

See Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

WPA/WPA2/CCKM EAP Type parameter

with EAP-FAST     5-32

with EAP-TLS     5-40

with LEAP     5-28

with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-43

with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-47

WPA/WPA2/CCKM option

used to enable CCKM fast secure roaming     5-19

with EAP-FAST     5-32

with EAP-TLS     5-40

with LEAP     5-28

with PEAP (EAP-GTC)     5-43

with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)     5-47

WPA/WPA2 Passphrase option     5-27

WPA2

See Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)

WPA2 passphrase

described     5-18

disabling     5-53

enabling     5-27

setting on client and access point     5-21

WPA option, in Windows XP     E-8

WPA passphrase

described     5-18, E-4

disabling     5-53

enabling     5-27

setting on client and access point     5-21

WPA Pre-Shared Key

See WPA passphrase or WPA2 passphrase

WPA-PSK

described     5-18, E-4

option in Windows XP     E-8