2 Table of Contents About the Device... 3 Minimum System Requirements... 4 Package Contents... 4 Device Overview... 5 Front Panel...5 Bottom Panel...6 Configuring the Device... 7 Setup Your Device... 8 Use the Device as a Wireless Repeater Use the Device as a Wireless Bridge Setup Your Device as a Wireless AP Changing the Wireless Settings Changing the Wireless Security Settings WPS Configuring Wireless MAC Filtering Viewing the Home Page System Management Accessing System Management What s on System Management Information...21 Firmware...22 Reboot...23 Password...24 Setting a Static IP on your PC Page 2 of 34
3 About the Device Aztech WL556E Portable 300Mbps Wireless-N Extender supports wireless b/g/n standards with one 10/100Base-T Ethernet port. WL556E is designed with MIMO technology to extend the reach of any existing wireless router/ap to maximize the coverage in your home or office. It basically receives the signal from your wireless router/ap and repeats it to extend the range to farther locations that are previously unreachable. Equipped with 64/128-bit WEP, WIFI Protected Access (WPA), and the latest WPA2 encryption with TKIP and AES algorithm to protect your wireless network from unauthorized access. MAC Address Filtering for wireless links provides an additional layer of security for your wireless network. The device comes with 1 x 10/100M Auto MDI/MDIx Ethernet port that can be used to connect to an existing wired network to serve as a wireless AP or wireless bridge. It can also be used to configure the device via its web-based GUI, or upgrade the firmware when connected to the Network Interface Card of your PC. Page 3 of 34
4 Minimum System Requirements Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements. Any operating system can be used Web Browser 233MHz processor Ethernet network adapter Or Wireless network adapter Package Contents Package contents are listed below. For any missing items, please contact your dealer immediately. Product contents may vary for different models. WL556E Ethernet cable Easy Start Guide Resource CD Page 4 of 34
5 Device Overview Front Panel POWER LED ETHERNET LED WIRELESS LED WPS LED and BUTTON LABEL STATE DESCRIPTION On Solid Green Device is powered ON Off Device is powered OFF On Solid Green Ethernet device is connected On Blinking Green Indicates LAN activity Off No Ethernet device connected On Solid Green On Blinking Green Off On Solid Green On Blinking Green Off Wireless interface is UP Indicates wireless activity Wireless interface is DOWN WPS association is successful WPS authentication on going WPS disabled Page 5 of 34
6 Bottom Panel RESET LABEL DESCRIPTION Press the Reset button for 5 seconds to restore the device to default factory settings ETHERNET PORT Connect to computers/ethernet devices Page 6 of 34
7 Configuring the Device Before moving ahead to setup your wireless extender, it is often a good idea to identify the areas where you have good wireless reception and weak or no wireless signal at all. Based from this assessment you may place the wireless extender in between a location where you have good wireless reception and where you have poor wireless coverage. The illustration below is an example of a network diagram. NOTE: Placement of the Wireless Extender is crucial to get the best possible results for extending your existing wireless signal. It is ideal for the wireless extender to be placed in a location where it can receive good wireless signal from the wireless router/ap so as to avoid disconnection and packet loss. Page 7 of 34
8 Setup Your Device Setting up the device is easy. Simply follow the steps below to connect the device to your existing wireless router/ap. Please note that the main router/ap and Wireless Extender must be on the same wireless channel. To Setup your device via the Web GUI: 1. Connect the WL556E to a power outlet. 2. Connect a PC/laptop to the Wireless Extender. For WIRED Connection Plug an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port at the base portion of the device. Page 8 of 34
9 For WIRELESS Connection You can find the default SSID and wireless security information from the sticker located at the back of the device. 3. Once a connection to the device is established, your PC/laptop will receive an IP address and you can start the configuration using the web graphical user interface. 4. To access the web GUI, Open your web browser 5. Type on the address bar Page 9 of 34
10 6. Input admin for both username and password fields and click on the OK button 7. On the top pane, click on Quick Setup NOTE: If you are connecting to a hidden wireless network, you need to keyin the information from your existing wireless router/ap manually. 8. Choose the Operation mode from the drop-down box Page 10 of 34
11 9. Click the Site Survey button to show the list of available wireless networks 10. Click the Connect button located on the right side of the Wireless network you want to connect to 11. Key-in the wireless network key/passphrase 12. Click the Apply button to commit the changes Page 11 of 34
12 Use the Device as a Wireless Repeater Once the wireless connection from the WL556E to the main AP/router is established you can connect your wireless devices like laptops and smartphones through the wireless repeater. These devices will obtain an IP address from the main AP/router and should be able to access the Internet from farther locations previously unreachable by your wireless signal. Setup Diagram Use the Device as a Wireless Bridge Connect wired devices to your wireless network by connecting an Ethernet cable from a wired device, such as a Desktop PC, Game Console or Internetready LCD TV, to the Ethernet port of the WL556E. Setup Diagram Page 12 of 34
13 Setup Your Device as a Wireless AP Use the WL556E as a Wireless Access Point to turn a regular modem-router into a wireless capable networking device. Simply connect an Ethernet cable from any available Ethernet LAN port on the modem-router to the Ethernet port of the WL556E. The WL556E will serve as a wireless interface for your wireless-enabled devices such as laptops and smartphones to connect to the Internet via your existing modem-router. To setup the device as a wireless AP: 1. Connect an Ethernet cable from an available port in your modemrouter and connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port of the WL556E. For a new Out-of-The-Box unit, No extra configuration is needed for the WL556E to be used as a wireless AP. Simply connect an Ethernet cable from your existing modem-router to the WL556E and you are ready to surf the Internet wirelessly. If you have already made any configuration on the WL556E, press the Reset button beside the Ethernet port for 5 seconds to restore the device to its factory default configuration. Page 13 of 34
14 2. You may refer to the sticker pasted at the back of the WL556E for the default SSID and password to connect your wireless devices. Setup Diagram NOTE: To change any wireless settings on the WL556E, you would need to set a static IP address on your wireless network card to be able to access the web GUI before you can configure the settings. Please refer to the steps on how to set a static IP on your PC also included in this manual. Page 14 of 34
15 Changing the Wireless Settings Modify the default Wireless Settings to suit your own preference. To change the Wireless settings via the Web GUI: 1. Open your browser 2. Type on the address bar 3. Input admin for both username and password fields and click on OK 4. On the top pane, click the Wireless button to show the menu 5. You can change the advanced wireless settings as preferred from this page 6. Click Apply to commit the changes 7. Ensure to recreate the wireless profile on your computer to match the new settings Page 15 of 34
16 Changing the Wireless Security Settings Modify the default Wireless Security Settings to suit your own preference. To change the Wireless security settings via the Web GUI: 1. Open your browser 2. Type on the address bar 3. Input admin for both username and password fields and click on OK 4. Click the Wireless button, and click the Security menu. You can change the wireless security settings as preferred from this page 5. Click Apply to commit the changes 6. Ensure to recreate the wireless profile on your computer to match the new settings Page 16 of 34
17 WPS WPS or Wifi Protected Setup makes it easy for wireless clients to connect to the wireless repeater. Simply press the WPS button on the repeater and press the WPS button on the wireless client within 2 minutes, and the wireless security authentication will be done automatically. Page 17 of 34
18 Configuring Wireless MAC Filtering Wireless MAC Filtering allows you to select which wireless clients to allow or deny access to the Wireless Repeater. To configure Wireless MAC Filtering via the Web GUI: 1. Open your browser 2. Type on the address bar 3. Input admin for both username and password fields and click on OK 4. Click the Wireless button, and click MAC filter menu. You can select Allow or Deny from the Policy drop down box and enter the MAC address of the wireless client you wish to allow/deny access to the wireless repeater 5. Click Apply to commit the settings Page 18 of 34
19 Viewing the Home Page The Home Page will tell you information about your device. To view the Home Page via the Web GUI: 1. Open your browser 2. Type on the address bar 3. Input admin for both username and password fields and click on OK 4. AP Client Connection Status displays the Connection status and SSID of the Access Point being extended. 5. Wireless Client List displays the current wireless clients connected to the repeater. Page 19 of 34
20 System Management The System Management menu is used for device settings administration. Accessing System Management To access the Web User Interface: 1. Open your browser. 2. Type-in on the address bar and then press Enter. 3. Input admin for both username and password fields and click on OK What s on System Management System Management includes the following options: Information Firmware Reboot Password Page 20 of 34
21 Information This page shows the device information. Below is the list of information shown in this menu. Firmware Version Shows the current firmware version of the device Build Date Shows the firmware release date Serial Number Shows the serial number of the device ETH MAC Address Shows device s Ethernet interface MAC address Wireless MAC Address Shows device s wireless interface MAC address Wireless Status Shows the status of the wireless interface. Page 21 of 34
22 Firmware Firmware menu allows you to see the current firmware version and build date as well as upgrade the firmware of the device. Firmware Information Shows the current firmware s version and build date Firmware Upgrade Load a new firmware upgrade file to the device NOTE: Make sure you connect to the device via Ethernet cable when upgrading the firmware to avoid corruption during the firmware upgrade procedure. Page 22 of 34
23 Reboot Reboot allows you to reboot the device for new settings to take effect. Reboot Allows you to reboot the device Page 23 of 34
24 Password Password menu allows you to change the device s password to access the Graphical User Interface (GUI). Password Allows you to change the router s password Page 24 of 34
25 Setting a Static IP on your PC The WL556E Wireless N Repeater will only give an IP address to your PC upon initial installation. Once you have associated it with your Wireless Router/AP, you will no longer have access to the device s web GUI. If you wish to change any settings on the WL556E, you need to set a Static IP address on your PC. Just remember to set it back to Obtain and IP address automatically after you are done. To set a static IP address on your PC using Windows XP: 1. Click Start > Control Panel 2. Click on Network and Internet Connections Page 25 of 34
26 3. Click on Network Connections 4. Right-Click on the Network Adapter you will use to configure the wireless repeater and click Properties Page 26 of 34
27 5. Click to select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties 6. Select Use the following IP address: and key in as the IP address and for the Subnet mask. Leave the other fields blank. 7. Click OK to commit the settings. Page 27 of 34
28 To set a static IP address on your PC using Windows Vista: 1. Click Start > Control Panel 2. Double-Click Network and Sharing Center 3. Click Manage network connections Page 28 of 34
29 4. Right-Click on the Network Adapter you will use to configure the wireless repeater and click Properties 5. Click to select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/Ipv4) and click Properties Page 29 of 34
30 6. Select Use the following IP address: and key in as the IP address and for the Subnet mask. Leave the other fields blank. 7. Click OK to commit the settings. To set a static IP address on your PC using Windows 7: 1. Click Start > Control Panel Page 30 of 34
31 2. Click View network status and tasks 3. Click Change adapter settings 4. Right-Click on the Network Adapter you will use to configure the wireless repeater and click Properties Page 31 of 34
32 5. Click to select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/Ipv4) and click Properties 6. Select Use the following IP address: and key in as the IP address and for the Subnet mask. Leave the other fields blank. 7. Click OK to commit the settings Page 32 of 34
33 Safety Precautions Do not open, service, or change any component. Only qualified technical specialists are allowed to service the equipment. Observe safety precautions to avoid electric shock Check voltage before connecting to the power supply. Connecting to the wrong voltage will damage the equipment. Page 33 of 34
34 Copyright 2010 All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, republished, or retransmitted in any form or by any means whatsoever, whether electronically or mechanically, including, but not limited to, by way of photocopying, recording, information recording, or through retrieval systems without the express written permission. We reserve the right to revise this document at any time without the obligation to notify any person and/or entity. All other company or product names mentioned are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND DAMAGES THE PRODUCT AND THE SOFTWARES WITHIN ARE PROVIDED "AS IS," BASIS. THE MANUFACTURER AND MANUFACTURER S RESELLERS (COLLECTIVELY REFERRED TO AS THE SELLERS ) DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON- INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE. IN NO EVENT WILL THE SELLERS BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OR LOSS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL WILLFUL, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL, DAMAGES, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS, OR DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS OF ANY CUSTOMER OR ANY THIRD PARTY ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR THE SOFTWARES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THOSE RESULTING FROM DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT OR SOFTWARE OR DOCUMENTATION, OR LOSS OR INACCURACY OF DATA OF ANY KIND, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, EVEN IF THE PARTIES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE RESULTS AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS SOFTWARE IS ASSUMED BY CUSTOMER. BECAUSE SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABLITY FOR DAMAGES, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO THE PARTIES. IN NO EVENT WILL THE SELLERS TOTAL CUMULATIVE LIABILITY OF EACH AND EVERY KIND IN RELATION TO THE PRODUCT OR ITS SOFTWARE EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY CUSTOMER FOR THE PRODUCT. Page 34 of 34
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