Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless LAN Client Adapters (CB21AG and PI21AG) Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 4.0
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Table Of Contents

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

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Numerics

802.11 Authentication Mode parameter 5-12

802.11b preamble, status of 7-12

802.11b Preamble parameter 5-9

802.11 mode, in ASTU 8-5

802.1X

authentication types

in ADU5-15to 5-18

in Windows XP E-3

defined 5-15, E-3

802.1x EAP Type parameter 5-29, 5-34, 5-45, 5-48, 5-52, 5-56

802.1x option 5-29, 5-34, 5-45, 5-48, 5-52, 5-56

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 7-10, 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 7-11

in ASTU 8-11

in site survey utility F-6

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

MAC address

in ADU 7-11

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

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

mismatches 7-16

model number F-15

name

in ADU 7-10

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 settings5-21to 5-25

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 authentication5-19to 5-20, 5-25

viewing an accumulation of F-18

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

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

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

ACK frames 7-16

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 7-8

advanced parameters

described 5-2

setting5-6to 5-13

Advanced Statistics

button 7-15

window 7-15

Advanced Status window 7-8

AES, status of 7-7, 7-8

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 XP3-17to 3-18

finding version 9-9

icon 9-8

opening 9-8

Profile Management windows, overview 5-2

selecting software to manage wireless device 7-4

status and statistics tools

overview 7-2

setting parameters7-2to 7-3

using7-5to 7-17

Aironet Desktop Utility Help, ADU menu option 9-10

Aironet System Tray Utility (ASTU)

accessing help 8-5

described 1-4

exiting 8-6

icon8-2to 8-3, 9-8

opening 8-6

overview 8-2

pop-up menu8-5to 8-11

selecting the active profile8-8to 8-9

setting preferences8-6to 8-7

specifying pop-up menu options 8-7

Tool Tip window8-3to 8-5

using8-1to 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-FAST5-42to 5-43

setting with EAP-TLS 5-47

setting with LEAP 5-32

setting with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

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

setting with static WEP 5-27

Allow Automatic PAC Provisioning for this Profile parameter 5-42

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

ALR, in site survey utility F-33

Always Resume the Secure Session parameter

for LEAP 5-31

for PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-50

antenna

assembling3-5to 3-6

described 1-3

gains

IEEE 802.11a D-4

IEEE 802.11b D-4

IEEE 802.11g D-5

mounting3-6to 3-8

placement F-2

rotating 3-8

specifications A-5

antenna base, mounting3-6to 3-8

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

parametersF-10to F-12

pausing F-13

savingF-30to F-31

viewingF-9to F-12

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

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

AP scan log, in site survey utility

deleting F-30

viewingF-28to F-29

AP scan log file, in site survey utility

displayed F-17, F-29

generatingF-16to F-17

name and location F-27

AP scan logging, in site survey utility

configuringF-26to F-27

disabling F-28

enabling F-28

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

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

Associated AP Status tab (site survey utility)

units as a percentage F-5

units in dBm F-5

usingF-4to F-8

association

rejections 7-17

time-outs 7-17

associations, in site survey utility F-15

ASTU

See Aironet System Tray Utility (ASTU)

ATIM Window, in site survey utility F-14

authentication

process 5-17, E-4

rejections 7-17

time-outs 7-17

type

setting 5-12

status of 7-9

Authentication Timeout Value parameter

for LEAP 5-32

Automatically Prompt for User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

auto profile selection

enabling 4-10

including a profile in4-8to 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 7-16

in site survey utility F-7

broadcast key rotation

described 5-21

setting on client and access point 5-25

broadcast packets

number received 7-15

number transmitted 7-15

broadcast SSIDs 5-4, E-6

BSS Aging Interval parameter (Windows Control Panel) 5-64

bytes

number received 7-15

number transmitted 7-15

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-5

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

CCKM fast secure roaming

described 5-19

enabling with EAP-FAST 5-34

enabling with EAP-TLS 5-45

enabling with LEAP 5-29

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-48

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-52

setting on client and access point 5-25

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

certificates, required for EAP-TLS and PEAP authentication 5-44

channel of access point

in ADU 4-6

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

channel of client adapter 7-7, 7-12

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 7-13

Choose Destination Location window (Install Wizard) 3-14

Cisco Aironet 802.11a/b/g Wireless Adapter Properties window 5-63

Cisco Aironet Desktop Utility (Diagnostics) window 7-14

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 7-17

status of 7-7

with LEAP 5-15

client adapter

association status in site survey utility F-4

selecting in site survey utilityF-3to 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 toolG-5to G-6

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

Configuration Settings window

for PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-54

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 utilityF-26to F-27

configuring client adapter

deciding between ADU and Windows XP3-17to 3-18

in ADU5-1to 5-58

in Windows XPE-5to E-10

configuring scan list columns 4-5

configuring threshold values in site survey utilityF-20to 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

CRC errors 7-16

CTS frames 7-16

Current Status window 7-5

CWmax, in site survey utility F-15

CWmin, in site survey utility F-15

D

Data Display parameter 7-3, 7-14

data encryption

in ADU 7-8

in site survey utility F-11, F-14

data frames 7-16

data rate

in ADU 7-6

mismatches 7-16

of access point, in site survey utility F-14

setting 5-10

specifications A-3

when performing a site survey F-2

DC mode

See diagnostic channel mode

debugging information, in site survey utility F-14

declarations of conformity

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

FCC C-2

RF exposure C-7

default values, using 5-2

Define Certificate window 5-46

Define PEAP (EAP-GTC) Configuration window 5-49

Define PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) Configuration window 5-53

Define Pre-Shared Keys window 5-26

Define WPA/WPA2 Pre-Shared Key window 5-28

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

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

diagnosing client adapter operation10-4to 10-6

diagnostic channel mode10-11to 10-17

Diagnostics window 7-14

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

domain name

including in Windows login

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-32

specifying for saved user name and password

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

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 7-16

dynamic WEP keys, overview5-15to5-18, E-3to E-4

E

EAP authentication

described E-4

overview5-15to5-18, 6-2, E-3to E-4

restarting 6-16

using6-1to 6-16

EAP-Cisco Wireless

See LEAP authentication

EAP-FAST authentication

authenticating after a reboot/logon

with automatically prompted login 6-7

with saved username and password 6-13

with Windows username and password 6-4

authenticating after a reboot/logon/card insertion, with manually prompted login6-10to 6-12

authenticating after EAP-FAST password expires

with automatically prompted login 6-8

with manually prompted login 6-12

with saved username and password 6-14

with Windows username and password 6-5

authenticating after profile activation, with manually prompted login6-9to 6-10

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion

with automatically prompted login 6-6

with saved username and password 6-13

with Windows username and password 6-4

described5-16to 5-18

disabling 5-58

enabling 5-34

overview6-2to 6-3

RADIUS servers supported 5-16

requirements 5-34

setting on client and access point 5-23

stages of 6-3

user databases supported 5-17

EAP-FAST Authentication Status window

displayed 6-2

minimizing 6-3

EAP-FAST option 5-34

EAP-FAST Settings window 5-35, 5-36

EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window - Windows XP E-15

EAP-TLS authentication

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

described5-17to 5-18, E-3, E-4

disabling 5-58

enabling

in ADU5-44to 5-47

in Windows XPE-10to E-12

RADIUS servers supported 5-17, E-3

requirements 5-44

setting on client and access point 5-23

EAP-TLS machine authentication with machine credentials

requirements 5-44

setting 5-42, 5-46

EAP-TLS option 5-45

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 7-16

Enter Password window 5-41

Enter Wireless Network Password window 6-6, 6-7, 6-9, 6-11

error messages10-18to 10-30

errors

CRC 7-16

encryption 7-16

MIC 7-17

Exit menu option

in ADU 9-8

in ASTU 8-6, 9-8

in site survey utility F-34

Export button 4-13

Export Profile window 4-13

F

Fast PSP 5-8

FCC

declaration of conformity statement C-2

safety compliance statement 2-2

finding domain controller timeout value

for EAP-FAST 5-43

for LEAP 5-32

Fit Columns parameter (site survey utility) F-9

frames

ACK 7-16

CTS 7-16

duplicate 7-16

number dropped 7-16

number received successfully 7-16

number received with errors 7-16

number retried 7-16

number transmitted successfully 7-16

RTS 7-16

frequencies, supported by regulatory domains

IEEE 802.11a D-2

IEEE 802.11b/g D-3

frequency

in ADU 7-6, 7-13

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

setting 5-10

G

general parameters

described 5-2

setting5-3to 5-5

Generic Token Card Properties window - Windows XP E-17

global PACs 5-16, 5-41

Group Policy, described 3-21

Group Policy Delay parameter

installing hot fix for3-21to 3-22

setting with EAP-FAST 5-44

setting with EAP-TLS 5-47

setting with LEAP 5-33

setting with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-51

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

setting with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with machine credentials 5-56

setting with WPA/WPA2 passphrase 5-28

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 5-56

host devices 2-4

Hysteresis parameter (site survey utility) F-23

I

I/O range 10-8

Import button 4-12

Import EAP-FAST PAC File window 5-40

Import Profile window 4-12

Include Windows Logon Domain with User Name parameter

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-32

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 adapter3-2to 3-8

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

installing

client adapter software3-9to 3-20

profile migration tool G-3

Install Wizard file

described 1-4

installing3-9to 3-20

name 3-9

removing 9-7

interference 2-5, 3-6

interrupt request (IRQ) 10-8

introduction to client adapters 1-2

IP address

of access point

in ADU 7-11

in ASTU 8-11

in site survey utility F-6

of client adapter 7-7, 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 6-7

with saved username and password 6-13

with Windows username and password 6-4

authenticating after a reboot/logon/card insertion, with manually prompted login6-10to 6-12

authenticating after profile activation, with manually prompted login6-9to 6-10

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion

with automatically prompted login 6-6

with saved username and password 6-13

with Windows username and password 6-4

described5-15to 5-18

disabling 5-58

enabling5-29to 5-33

overview6-2to 6-3

RADIUS servers supported 5-15

requirements 5-29

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 5-29

LEAP Settings window 5-30

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-6

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

Log Snapshot button, in site survey utility F-16

long radio headers

status of 7-12

using 5-9

M

MAC address

of access point

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

specifying 5-13

viewing 7-11

of client adapter 9-10

machine authentication with machine credentials

using EAP-TLS 5-42, 5-46

using PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2)5-55to 5-57

machine authentication with user credentials

using PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-49

using PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-53

management frame protection

described 7-10

Manual Login

ADU menu option 5-31, 6-10

ASTU menu option 8-8

Manually Prompt for User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

Max PSP 5-8

message integrity check (MIC)

described 5-20, 7-9

errors 7-17

setting on client and access point 5-25

statistics 7-17

status of 7-9

types of 7-9

with WPA 5-18

MFP

See management frame protection

Michael MIC, status of 7-9

microcellular network 1-6

Microsoft 802.1X supplicant, disabling 10-7

Microsoft hot fix

installing3-21to 3-22

required for Group Policy Delay parameter 3-21

Microsoft Wireless Configuration Manager

disabling 10-7

enabling in Install Wizard 3-17

role in switching between host-based EAP and non-host-based EAP profiles 5-56, 5-57

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

MMH MIC

status of 7-9

with LEAP 5-15

Modify button 4-11, 5-3

multicast packets

number received 7-15

number transmitted 7-15

N

network

configurations1-5to 1-6

prioritizing connections 10-11

problems connecting to 10-10

type, current 4-3, 7-6

network name

in ADU 5-4, 7-8

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 7-12

in site survey utility F-7

No Network Connection Unless User Is Logged In parameter

for EAP-FAST 5-42, 6-13

for LEAP 5-32, 6-13

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 7-9

Open window (site survey utility) F-31

operating systems supported 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

P

PAC authority, selecting 5-39, 5-41

package contents 2-3

packets

broadcast 7-15

multicast 7-15

unicast 7-15

PAC provisioning

automatic 5-42

manual 5-42

PACs

copying from private store to global store 5-42

described 5-16, 5-42

entering password for 5-41

importing5-40to 5-41

rules for storage 5-16

types of 5-16

PAC stores

selecting 5-41

types of 5-41

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-6

PCI card

antenna

assembling3-5to 3-6

described 1-3

mounting3-6to 3-8

rotating 3-8

changing bracket 3-3

described 1-2

inserting3-3to 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 6-15

described 5-17, E-3, E-4

disabling 5-58

enabling

in ADU5-48to 5-51

in Windows XPE-13toE-14, E-16to E-18

RADIUS servers supported 5-17, E-3

requirements 5-44

setting on client and access point 5-24

user databases supported 5-17

PEAP (EAP-GTC) machine authentication with user credentials, setting 5-49

PEAP (EAP-GTC) option 5-48

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) authentication

authenticating after profile activation/card insertion/reboot/logon 6-16

Certificate option 5-53

described5-17to 5-18, E-3, E-4

disabling 5-58

enabling

in ADU5-52to 5-55

in Windows XPE-13to E-15

RADIUS servers supported 5-17, E-3

requirements 5-44

setting on client and access point 5-24

User Name and Password option 5-53

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with machine credentials, setting5-55to 5-57

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) machine authentication with user credentials, setting 5-53

PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) option 5-52

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, 6-12, 6-14

power level, current 7-11

power levels, available 7-11

power save mode, currently being used 7-11

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 5-26

Previous Installation Detected window (Install Wizard) 9-4

private PACs 5-16, 5-41

product model numbers 1-2

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 10-17

profile manager

auto profile selection feature4-8to 4-9

creating a new profile4-4to 4-7

deleting a profile 4-11

editing a profile 4-11

exporting a profile4-12to 4-13

importing a profile 4-12

opening4-2to 4-3

parameters missing 4-3, 10-17

selecting the active profile 4-10

profile migration tool

command line optionsG-5to G-6

compatibility with Install Wizard G-2

entering multiple commands G-5

finding version number G-2

installing G-3

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

name mangling G-2

overview G-2

rules governing profile migrationG-2to G-3

running G-4

running multiple times G-5

uninstalling G-7

usingG-1to G-7

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

configuringF-18to F-19

disabling F-20

enabling F-20

inverting the tone of F-19

usingF-18to F-20

PRX, in site survey utility F-33

Q

QoS

See quality of service

QoS Packet Scheduler

enabling on Windows 20005-59to 5-61

enabling on Windows XP 5-62

quality of service (QoS)

described 5-59

in site survey utility F-12

status of 7-10

R

radio

described 1-3

enabling or disabling 8-7, 9-11

specificationsA-3to 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

supported5-15to 5-18, E-3

range 5-7

Reauthenticate menu option

in ADU 6-16

in ASTU 6-16, 8-8

receive rate 7-12, 8-11

receive statistics7-15, 7-16to 7-17

Refresh button 4-4

Refresh Interval parameter 7-3, 7-14

regulatory

domains

IEEE 802.11a D-2

IEEE 802.11b/g D-3

informationC-2to C-9

specifications A-6

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 XP10-9to 10-10

Restrict Time Finding Domain Controller parameter

setting with EAP-FAST 5-43

setting with LEAP5-32to 5-33

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 Panel5-63to 5-64

threshold 5-64

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

RTS frames 7-16

Run Test button, in troubleshooting utility 10-5

S

safety

information2-2to 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 LEAP 5-30

entering

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

Save Report, in troubleshooting utility

button 10-7

window 10-7, 10-12, 10-13, 10-14, 10-15, 10-16, 10-17

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) 5-64

seamless roaming 1-6

security features

overview5-14to 5-21

synchronizing5-21to 5-25

security mode 4-3

security parameters

described 5-2

setting5-14to 5-57

Select Adapter

site survey utility menu option F-3

window (site survey utility) F-3

Select Client Software

ADU menu option 7-4

window 7-4

Select Network Component Type window 5-61

Select Network Service window 5-61

Select Profile, ASTU menu option8-8to 8-9

sensitivity A-4

serial number of client adapter 9-10

server-based authentication, currently being used 7-8

Setup Status window (Install Wizard) 9-5

Setup Type window (Install Wizard) 3-12

shared authentication

setting 5-12, E-8

status of 7-9

short radio headers

status of 7-12

using 5-9

Show Connection Status, ASTU menu option 8-9

signal quality

in ADU 7-12

in site survey utility F-7

signal strength

as a percentage 7-3

in ADU 7-7, 7-11

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

performingF-1to F-34

site survey utility

About window F-33

accessing help F-33

Accumulate button F-17, F-18

AP detailed information parametersF-14to F-16

AP Detailed Information window F-13

AP scan list

parametersF-10to F-12

pausing F-13

viewingF-9to F-12

associated AP status parametersF-6to F-8

client adapter association status F-4

configuring

AP scan loggingF-26to F-27

proximity beeperF-18to F-19

threshold valuesF-20to 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 fileF-16to 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 listF-30to F-31

selecting client adapterF-3to F-4

specifying

directory 3-13

display units F-4

status barF-32to F-33

status messages F-32

top of main window F-4

trend graph, explained F-6

uninstalling F-34

using

AP Scan List tabF-8to F-18

AP scanningF-26to F-31

thresholdsF-20to F-25

View AP Details button F-13

viewing

access point detailsF-13to F-16

an accumulation of access points F-18

AP scan logF-28to F-29

status of access pointF-5to F-8

threshold log fileF-24to F-25

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

software

compatibility with Cisco Aironet client adapters 3-9

installing3-9to 3-20

procedures9-3to 9-11

uninstalling9-6to 9-7

upgrading9-3to 9-5

software components

described 1-4

finding versions 9-9

specifications

physical A-2

power A-6

radioA-3to A-5

regulatory compliance A-6

safety A-6

spread spectrum 1-3

SSID

setting 5-4

viewing

in ADU 4-3, 4-5, 7-8

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 5-58

enabling5-26to 5-27

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 5-27

in Windows XP E-9

overview 5-15, E-2

selecting transmit key 5-27

size of 5-26

statistics

method of calculation 7-14

receive7-15, 7-16to 7-17

transmit 7-15, 7-16

viewing7-14to 7-17

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

status messages, in site survey utility F-32

status of client adapter

in ADU Advanced Status window7-8to 7-13

in ADU Current Status window7-5to 7-7

in ASTU Connection Status window8-9to 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 adaptersC-8to C-9

Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)

described 5-20

setting on client and access point 5-25

with WPA 5-18

temporary username and password

automatically prompt for

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

described

for EAP-FAST 5-37, 5-38

for LEAP 5-30

manually prompt for

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

selecting options

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-31

using Windows credentials

for LEAP 5-31

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 utilityF-24to 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 utilityF-20to 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 7-7

Token Configuration window 6-15

translated safety warningsB-1to B-6

transmit key 5-27

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

Transmit Power Level parameter 5-7

transmit rate 7-12, 8-11

transmit statistics 7-15, 7-16

Troubleshooting

ASTU menu option 8-6

troubleshooting information, accessing 10-2

troubleshooting utility

saving detailed report to text file 10-7

using10-3to 10-7

Troubleshooting Utility window

detailed report 10-6

initial window 10-4

with test results 10-5

U

unicast packets

number received 7-15

number transmitted 7-15

uninstalling

client adapter software9-6to 9-7

profile migration tool G-7

unpacking the client adapter 2-3

upgrading client adapter software9-3to 9-5

up time, status of 7-12

Use Auto Profile Selection, ASTU menu option 8-8

Use Machine Information For Domain Logon parameter

for EAP-TLS 5-42, 5-46

for PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-49

for PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-53

Use Saved User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-30

Use Temporary User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-37, 5-38

for LEAP 5-30

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

Use Windows User Name and Password option

for EAP-FAST 5-38

for LEAP 5-30, 5-31, 5-38

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

explosive device proximity 2-2, B-2

laptop users2-3, B-4to B-6

WEP

keys

additional security features5-20to 5-21

defined 5-14, E-2

entry method 5-26

size of 5-15, E-2

types of 5-15, E-2

status of 7-7

WEP key hashing, described 5-20

WEP option, in Windows XP E-8

Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)

enabling5-59to 5-62

in site survey utility F-12

status of 7-10

Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

described 5-18, E-4

enabling in Windows XP E-8

enabling with EAP-FAST 5-34

enabling with EAP-TLS 5-45

enabling with LEAP 5-29

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-48

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-52

in site survey utility F-12

software required E-4

Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)

described 5-18

enabling with EAP-FAST 5-34

enabling with EAP-TLS 5-45

enabling with LEAP 5-29

enabling with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-48

enabling with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-52

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 10-17

Windows XP

associating to an access point E-18

configuring client adapter throughE-5to E-10

disabling Microsoft Wireless Configuration Manager 10-7

enabling EAP-TLS authenticationE-10to E-12

enabling PEAP authenticationE-13to E-18

feature comparison to ADU3-17to 3-18

making a configuration decision3-17to 3-18

resolving resource conflicts10-9to 10-10

security featuresE-2to E-4

viewing status of client adapter E-18

Wireless Cisco Connection Properties window - Windows 2000 5-60

wireless infrastructure 1-6

wireless mode, current 4-6, 7-6

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 5-62

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 5-34

with EAP-TLS 5-45

with LEAP 5-29

with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-48

with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-52

WPA/WPA2/CCKM option

used to enable CCKM fast secure roaming 5-19

with EAP-FAST 5-34

with EAP-TLS 5-45

with LEAP 5-29

with PEAP (EAP-GTC) 5-48

with PEAP (EAP-MSCHAP V2) 5-52

WPA/WPA2 Passphrase option 5-28

WPA2

See Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2)

WPA2 passphrase

described 5-18

disabling 5-58

enabling 5-28

setting on client and access point 5-21

WPA option, in Windows XP E-8

WPA passphrase

described 5-18, E-4

disabling 5-58

enabling 5-28

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