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  1. #7

    Padrão Re: AP2000 qual Firmware ?

    Citação Postado originalmente por jose alves
    Ola Pessoal

    Lee, independente de cartao.. troquei varios.. e acontece o mesmo.

    Firmware Avaya ? vou procurar por isto. ( se tiver a url ae deste bixo, melhor, )

    Xandemartini.. valeu.

    Pelo que voces falam, o melhor mesmo eh downgrade-ZAO pro 2.4.11

    vou fazer isto ( e testar o tal Avaya )esta semana e reporto

    muito obrigado a todos

    []´s
    JOse


    para carregar o firmware Avaya, nao aceita direto desde pagina web de setup, tem q deixar no modo forced reload (após inicio esperar 5 segundos e aperte por 30 segundos o botao reload)

    depois de isso seleccione com ScanTool o AP-2000 e mude IP e seleccione para carregar a imagem desde onde estas rodando TFTP server.

    tem um detalhe que achei no site avaya:
    NOTE: Upgrading more that two release levels of firmware on any Access Point may cause problems in the operation of the device.



    Lee

  2. #8

    Padrão Re: AP2000 qual Firmware ?

    Citação Postado originalmente por LEE337
    Citação Postado originalmente por jose alves
    Ola Pessoal

    Lee, independente de cartao.. troquei varios.. e acontece o mesmo.

    Firmware Avaya ? vou procurar por isto. ( se tiver a url ae deste bixo, melhor, )

    Xandemartini.. valeu.

    Pelo que voces falam, o melhor mesmo eh downgrade-ZAO pro 2.4.11

    vou fazer isto ( e testar o tal Avaya )esta semana e reporto

    muito obrigado a todos

    []´s
    JOse


    para carregar o firmware Avaya, nao aceita direto desde pagina web de setup, tem q deixar no modo forced reload (após inicio esperar 5 segundos e aperte por 30 segundos o botao reload)

    depois de isso seleccione com ScanTool o AP-2000 e mude IP e seleccione para carregar a imagem desde onde estas rodando TFTP server.

    Lee
    Ola Lee

    Cara, ja tentou outras versoes do firmware Avaya, alem do 2.4.11 ?

    []´s
    Jose



  3. #9

    Padrão Re: AP2000 qual Firmware ?

    Citação Postado originalmente por jose alves

    Ola Lee

    Cara, ja tentou outras versoes do firmware Avaya, alem do 2.4.11 ?

    []´s
    Jose
    acabei de instalar em varios AP-2000's firmware:
    Avaya 2.2.4
    Proxim 2.3.1
    Proxim 2.3.3
    Proxim 2.4.5

    até versao 2.3.3 mantem link tester completo (SNR, Signal e Noise) , só q via telnet nao pode visualizar link tester.

    em esta semana vou colocar em outdoor para ver qual é melhor na practica..

    fiquei curioso na parte VLAN/SSID

    VLAN/SSID
    The AP allows you to segment wireless networks into multiple sub-networks based on Network Name (SSID) and
    VLAN membership.
    A Network Name (SSID) identifies a wireless network. Clients associate with Access Points that share its SSID. During
    installation, the Setup Wizard prompts you to configure one Network Name for each wireless interface. After initial
    setup, the AP can be configured to support up to 16 SSIDs per wireless interface to segment wireless networks based
    on VLAN membership.
    VLAN Overview
    Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) are logical groupings of network hosts. Defined by software settings, other VLAN
    members or resources appear (to clients) to be on the same physical segment, no matter where they are attached on
    the logical LAN or WAN segment. They simplify traffic flow between clients and their frequently-used or restricted
    resources.
    VLANs now extend as far as the reach of the access point signal. Clients can be segmented into wireless
    sub-networks via SSID and VLAN assignment. A Client can access the network by connecting to an AP configured to
    support its assigned SSID/VLAN.
    AP devices are fully VLAN-ready; however, by default VLAN support is disabled. Before enabling VLAN support,
    certain network settings should be configured, and network resources such as a VLAN-aware switch, a RADIUS
    server, and possibly a DHCP server should be available.


    Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN) can be used to segment the network (i.e. private vs. public LANs, guest vs. employee LANs, etc).

    Warning: Error in configuring the VLAN management ID may result in loss of management access to the access point. If this occurs, then the access point can only be managed via the serial (console) port.


    Lee

  4. #10

    Padrão Re: AP2000 qual Firmware ?

    hehehe, impera o dowgrade nos AP2000 hein

    ;D

    []´s



  5. #11

    Padrão Re: AP2000 qual Firmware ?

    Citação Postado originalmente por LEE337
    Citação Postado originalmente por jose alves

    Ola Lee

    Cara, ja tentou outras versoes do firmware Avaya, alem do 2.4.11 ?

    []´s
    Jose
    acabei de instalar em varios AP-2000's firmware:
    Avaya 2.2.4
    Proxim 2.3.1
    Proxim 2.3.3
    Proxim 2.4.5

    até versao 2.3.3 mantem link tester completo (SNR, Signal e Noise) , só q via telnet nao pode visualizar link tester.

    em esta semana vou colocar em outdoor para ver qual é melhor na practica..

    fiquei curioso na parte VLAN/SSID

    VLAN/SSID
    The AP allows you to segment wireless networks into multiple sub-networks based on Network Name (SSID) and
    VLAN membership.
    A Network Name (SSID) identifies a wireless network. Clients associate with Access Points that share its SSID. During
    installation, the Setup Wizard prompts you to configure one Network Name for each wireless interface. After initial
    setup, the AP can be configured to support up to 16 SSIDs per wireless interface to segment wireless networks based
    on VLAN membership.
    VLAN Overview
    Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) are logical groupings of network hosts. Defined by software settings, other VLAN
    members or resources appear (to clients) to be on the same physical segment, no matter where they are attached on
    the logical LAN or WAN segment. They simplify traffic flow between clients and their frequently-used or restricted
    resources.
    VLANs now extend as far as the reach of the access point signal. Clients can be segmented into wireless
    sub-networks via SSID and VLAN assignment. A Client can access the network by connecting to an AP configured to
    support its assigned SSID/VLAN.
    AP devices are fully VLAN-ready; however, by default VLAN support is disabled. Before enabling VLAN support,
    certain network settings should be configured, and network resources such as a VLAN-aware switch, a RADIUS
    server, and possibly a DHCP server should be available.


    Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN) can be used to segment the network (i.e. private vs. public LANs, guest vs. employee LANs, etc).

    Warning: Error in configuring the VLAN management ID may result in loss of management access to the access point. If this occurs, then the access point can only be managed via the serial (console) port.


    Lee
    Ola Lee

    Entao bixo.. chegou a alguma conclusao com estes firmwares ?

    Eu nao tive como alterar o firmware nos APS e testar o WDS ( outra cidade), pretendo fazer isto no sabado.

    Relendo o topico me veio a duvida denovo. 2.4.11 ou o 2.2.4(Avaya) ?

    []´s
    JOse

  6. #12

    Padrão Re: AP2000 qual Firmware ?

    AP2000

    Firmware v2.4.11
    Sem controle de protocolo
    Sem controle de portas TCP/UDP

    Essa foi a melhor configurações que consegui encontrar...