Netgear WND930 Owner's Manual

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Installation
NETGEAR Outdoor High Power Wireless N
Access Point
WND930
Set Up the Access Point
Before mounting the access point in a high location, first set up and test the
unit to verify wireless network connectivity.
Note: The access point has a DHCP client enabled by default. If a DHCP server
exists in your network, the access point obtains an IP address from the DHCP
server. If a DHCP server is not detected in your network aer 30 seconds, the
access point sets its IP address to a static IP address of 192.168.0.100.
¾ To cable your access point:
1. Using an Ethernet cable, connect a power sourcing equipment (PSE) to
a PoE port on the access point.
Note: You must supply either AT power to at least one LAN port or AF power
to two LAN ports to power the access point. You must supply AT power to
both LAN ports to receive PoE power out.
2. If a DHCP server is not connected to your network, configure a
computer with a static IP address of 192.168.0.210 and a subnet mask
of 255.255.255.0.
3. Connect an Ethernet cable from a LAN port on the access point to a
LAN port on the PC.
4. Check the LEDs to verify that the access point is set up correctly.
Package Contents
Unpack the box and verify the contents:
• Outdoor High Power Wireless N Access Point
• Wall mounting bracket
• Four bracket screws
• Two grounding screws
• Two pole mount clamps
• Three weatherproof cable glands
LED Description
Power LED O. Power is o.
Solid green. Power is on.
Amber, then blinking green. A self-test is running or soware is being
loaded. During startup, the LED is first steady amber, then goes o, and
then blinks green before turning steady green aer about 45 seconds. If
aer one minute the LED remains amber or continues to blink green, it
indicates a system fault.
Activity LED O. There is no network trac through the access point.
Blinking green. There is network trac through the access point.
2.4G WLAN
LED
O. The wireless interface is o.
Solid green. The wireless interface is on.
Blinking green. Wireless activity is detected on the 2.4G band.
5G WLAN LED O. The wireless interface is o.
Solid green. The wireless interface is on.
Blinking green. Wireless activity is detected on the 5G band.
Heater LED O. Heater is o.
Solid green. Heater is on.
LAN port LEDs O. No link is detected.
Solid green. Link is detected.
Solid amber. 10/100/1000 speed connection is detected.
Blinking amber. 10/100/1000 speed activity is detected.
¾ To configure your access point for your network:
1. Connect to the access point by opening your browser and entering the
access point’s IP address
If a DHCP server is not installed in your network, the default IP address is
192.168.0.100.
A login window displays.
2. Enter admin for the user name and password for the password, both in
lower case letters.
The access point user interface displays.
3. Select Configuration > System > Basic > General from the menu.