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چهارشنبه 21 آذر ماه 1397
 



کارخانه لیگو ویو در سال 2007 به عنوان یک تولید کننده و توسعه دهنده محصولات وایرلس و مخابراتی با کارایی بالا و ارائه دهنده راهکارهای متنوع وایرلسی در سطح جهانی شروع به کار کرد . لیگو ویو با بهره گیری از دانش و با استفاده از سخت افزار ، سیستم عامل و نرم افزار  قدرتمند که مسئولیت رسیدگی به امنیت و مدیریت نیازهای مشتری را داشت ، شروع به ارائه راه حل های سفارشی بیسیم با عملکرد و ثبات بالا نمود که امروزه در جهان و در بازار وایرلس بی نظیر است .



محصولات لیگو ویو از راه حل های دسترسی به پهنای باند در فرکانس های مجاز و بدون مجوز می باشد همچنین در یک سناریو نقطه به نقطه بهترین پیشنهاد جهت برقراری ارتباط  محصولات Ligo PTP می باشد . تمامی محصولات لیگوویو با استفاده از پروتکل اختصاصی که تضمین کننده عملکرد استثنایی آنها می باشد ، توانسته اند آسودگی خاطر مصرف کنندگان را فراهم آورند .

سالها تجربه در صنعت وایرلس و بازخورد مشتریان سبب شده تا امروزه لیگوویو جایگاه ویژه ای در بازار داشته باشد . و امروزه در بیش از 150 کشور دنیا محصولات با کیفیتی ارائه می دهد .




شرکت مهندسی تراشه ارتباطات هوشمند وارد کننده اصلی تجهیزات این برند معتبر می باشد . همچنین شرکت تزاشه ارتباطات محصولات لیگوویو را با گارانتی معتبر و خدمات پس از فروش عرضه می نمایید . شایان ذکر است که دپارتمان فنی و مهندسی شرکت تراشه ارتباطات در پروژه های بسیاری از تجهیزات این برند استفاده نموده که  در تمامی موارد توانسته رضایت خاطر کامل سفارش دهنده را تامین نماید .



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LigoDLB Configuration Scenarios


Poin to Point ( PTP)

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It is recommended to use iPoll 2 protocol for simple Point to Point network configuration.

Follow the steps to create a  simple Point to Point link between Access Point iPoll2 and Station (WDS/iPoll2):

Step 1.  Access Point iPoll 2 configuration: change device’s default IP address (can be static or dynamic), enable IP alias (Secondary IP) if necessary:

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Step 2.     Configure wireless  settings for Access Point iPoll 2:

– Select wireless mode: Access Point iPoll
– Set channel: Auto
all other settings should be left default:
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Enter the following button in Wireless settings (AP) section to change SSID and Encryption configuration
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– Define SSID
– Enable Security for secure traffic on link
all other settings should be left default:
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Step 3.    Station iPoll 2 configuration: change device’s default IP address (can be static or dynamic), enable IP alias (Secondary IP) if necessary:
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Step 4.     Configure wireless  settings for Station iPoll 2:

– Select wireless mode: Station (WDS/iPoll 2)
all other settings should be left default:
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Enter the following button in Wireless settings (station) section to change SSID and Encryption configuration
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– Define SSID, or use “Scan” button to find iPoll 2 Access Points automatically
– Enable Security for secure traffic on link
all other settings should be left default:
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Note that Station iPoll 2 security settings must conform the settings configured on the Access Point iPoll 2 that station is associated with.
Step 5.     It is highly recommended to change default administrator’s password for each unit:
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Step 6. Verify the PTP link  connection.  Navigate to the Status | Information page. The Information page will display wireless information of the link.

The status page of the Access Point iPoll 2 must indicate that one peer (Station iPoll 2) is connected and information about connection must be displayed as follows:

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Detailed information about connected peers stays at Status | Wireless page.

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The status of the Station iPoll 2 must be displayed as Connected and progress bars indicating the quality of the connection must be displayed:

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Point to Multipoint ( PTMP )

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Point to Multipoint bridged network configuration

In a bridged (layer 2) network could be used in WDS or ipoll 2 modes. Ipoll 2 mode should be used when AP and all stations are Deliberant products otherwise select WDS mode. Recommended maximum stations per AP can be from 60 to 70.

WDS mode Configuration
Change device’s IP address (can be static or dynamic), enable IP alias (Secondary IP) if necessary. Default ip address could be left because it is used for device management.
Configure wireless settings for 11N AP:
– Select wireless mode: Access point (auto WDS)
– Choose IEEE mode:
N if you use 802.11n capable radios
A/N mixed or B/G/N mixed if you also use legacy radios in your network
– Set channel to “Auto”
– Set ACK timeout based on the maximum distance from the station, using the slide:
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– Define SSID

– Enable Security if necessary

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iPoll 2 mode Configuration

Configure wireless  settings for iPoll 2 master:

– Select wireless mode: Access Point iPoll
– Define SSID
– Set channel to “Auto”
– Enable Security if necessary
all other settings should be kept default:
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Configuration of the stations:

Change device’s IP address (can be static or dynamic). Enable IP alias (Secondary IP) if necessary. All stations ip addresses should be in the same subnet as AP is.
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 Change second device’s IP address (can be static or dynamic). Enable IP alias (Secondary IP) if necessary.
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Station- Wireless section configuration steps:

According to access point:

-Select country code

-Select wireless mode: Station (WDS/iPoll 2)

-Set Max data rate N to “Auto”
-Set ACK timeout based on max distance from the station
-Leave all other settings as default
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-Enable Security if necessary
-Define SSID
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 Observe with indicator at Access point that all Stations are connected.
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 Observe signal levels at Access point and at Station. Recommended signal level range is from -35 to -60 dBm.
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  If the device is MIMO, there are two signal streams. One of them is called as “Main” (Antenna 1), another is “Aux”
Main stream is mandatory. If main signal is very weak, the link will not be stable or will not work at all. It is necessary, to align the antennas for the best main signal. If Aux stream is weak, the link will work at lower data rate. Check if CCQ is  good on AP and Station and it is approaching to  100/100.
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Step 6.   For the best performance, optimize the channel size.
 Before changing auto channel to some particular channel it is recommended to do the scan on AP and on Station (Tools|Site survey). Try to find the clearest frequency for device operation.

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Wireless access Control List ( WACL ) Configuration

Wireless Access Control List is access control by MAC address (only in AP and iPoll 2 AP wireless modes). Access Control provides the ability to limit associations wirelessly based on MAC address to an AP by creating an Access Control List (ACL).

Wireless Access Control List is based in Wireless AP settings section:

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To add new rule press the “Add” button.

Open – no rules applied

Enable Allow MAC filter policy – select Allow MAC in the list to enable connect only devices in the list. (White list)

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Enable Deny MAC filter policy – select Deny MAC in the list to prohibit connection for devices in the list. (Black list)

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Do not forget to click tick to save MAC in list after editing

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Management and Data VLAN configuration

Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) are logical groupings of network resources.

Enable management VLAN – enable a VLAN tagging for management traffic. Access to the AP for management purposes can further be limited using VLAN tagging. By defining Management VLAN, the device will only accept management frames that have the appropriate Management VLAN ID. All other frames using any management protocol will be rejected.
Management VLAN ID – specify the VLAN ID [2-4095]. When device interfaces are configured with a specific VLAN ID value, only management frames that matching configured VLAN ID will be accepted by device.

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When you specify a new management VLAN, your HTTP connection to the device will be lost. For this reason, you should have a connection between your management station and a port in the new management VLAN or connect to the new management VLAN through a multi-VLAN router
Network management is available only on Bridge network mode

 Map to data VLAN ID – specify the VLAN ID for traffic tagging on particular radio interface. The Station devices that associate using the particular SSID will be grouped into this VLAN.

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Management over wireless – controls the wireless administrative access. For security reasons, it is recommended disable wireless access and instead requires a physical network connection using an Ethernet cable for administrative access to APC. Depending from management VLAN enabled or not Management over wireless would be according

Enable Wireless VLAN ID on the Station to enable data VLAN:

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Setup CPE as a Router

Step 1. Navigate to the Configuration | Wireless tab, choose Station wireless mode, click Scan button near the SSID entry field to choose the SSID of the AP where the station will be associated to. Specify the Security parameters for the AP, check IEEE mode (these settings must conform with AP wireless settings) and click Save&Apply:

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Step 2. Verify connection. Navigate to the Status | Information page. The Information page will display wireless information of the link with access point. The connection status must be displayed as Connected and progress bars indicating the quality of the connection must be displayed:

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Router IPv4 Mode

Step 1.  This section allows customizing parameters of the Router to suit the needs of network, including ability to use the built-in DHCP server. When device is configured to operate as Router, the following sections should be specified: WAN network settings, LAN network settings and LAN DHCP settings.

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Step 2. WAN Settings WAN network settings include settings related to the WAN interface. In this scenario WAN interface is from wireless side. The access type of the WAN interface can be configured as: Static IP, Dynamic IP. WAN mode – choose Static IP to specify IP settings for device WAN interface:

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Set static IP from the same subnet as is AP device. Then you could reach station from your network

Step 3. DHCP mode – choose server to enable DHCP server on LAN interface.

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In IP address field set address with which you could reach device via wired LAN

IP address from – specify the starting IP address of the DHCP address pool.
IP address to – specify the ending IP address of DHCP address pool.
Subnet mask – specify the subnet mask.
Default gateway – specify DHCP gateway IP address.
Lease time – specify the expiration time in seconds for the IP address assigned by the DHCP server.
DNS server – specify the DNS server IP address on the WAN side.

 Router IPv6 Mode

Step 1.  To setup IPv6 router, select the Network mode as Router IPv6 and specify the required WAN and LAN settings.

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Step 2. WAN Settings WAN network settings include settings related to the WAN interface. In this scenario WAN interface is from wireless side. The access type of the WAN interface can be configured as: Dynamic stateless IPv6, Dynamic stateful IPv6 and Static IPv6. WAN mode – choose Static IPv6 to specify IPv6 settings for device WAN interface:

IPv6 WAN (wired) settings: Static
With this IPv6 method selected, settings must be specified manually

IPv6 WAN (wired) settings: Dynamic Stateless
With Dynamic stateless IPv6, device generates its own IP address by using a combination of locally available information and router advertisements, but receives DNS server information from a DHCPv6 server. The IP address is a dynamic address.

IPv6 WAN (wired) settings: Dynamic Stateful
With Dynamic stateful IP, device obtains an interface address, configuration information such as DNS server information, and other parameters from a DHCPv6 server. The IP address is a dynamic address.

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IPv6 address – specify the IPv6 address for the interface Deliberant
IPv6 prefix length– enter the prefix length for the address (default is 64).
IPv6 default gateway – specify IPv6 address for default gateway.
IPv6 DNS server – specify the Domain Naming Server IPv6 addresses.

Set static IPv6 from the same subnet as is AP device. Then you could reach station from your network

Step 3. DHCPv6 mode – choose server to enable DHCPv6 server on LAN interface.

 

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In IP address field set address with which you could reach device via wired LAN

Parameters explanation

IPv6 prefix length – specify the IPv6 prefix length, or keep the default prefix length (64).

DHCPv6 server mode – select from the drop-down required DHCPv6 mode:

Disabled – select to disable DHCPv6 server. No IPv6 addresses will be assigned for clients.
Dynamic stateless IP – select for automatic IPv6 address configuration.
Dynamic stateful IP – select to configure stateful DHCPv6 server for the LAN by specifying local DHCP IPv6 address pools so the DHCPv6 server can control the allocation of IPv6 addresses inthe LAN:
IPv6 address from – enter the start IP address. This address specifies the first of the contiguous addresses in the IP address pool.
IPv6 address to – enter the end IP address. This address specifies the last of the contiguous addresses in the IP address pool.
Lease time – specify the expiration time in seconds for the IP address assigned by the DHCPv6 server.

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How to configure PPPoE client

In router mode the DLB APC will receive internet through WAN port and will share it to the LAN ports that will be separated with a different IP range. The type of connection to the WAN interface can be made by Static IP, DHCP client or PPPoE.

WAN mode – choose PPPoE to configure WAN interface to connect to an ISP via a PPPoE.

In Access Point mode WAN will be Ethernet side in the Station mode WAN will be Radio interface.

In main configuration should be added Username, Password all other settings should be left by default:

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Parameters explanation

PPPoE settings on WAN interface:

User name – specify the user name for PPPoE.
Password – specify the password for PPPoE.
MTU – specify the MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) in bytes.
Enable secondary IP – specify the alternative IP address and the netmask for LigoDLB unit management.
DNS settings – allows selecting if automatically assigned or alternative DNS servers should be used.

LAN Network Settings:

IP address – specify the IP address of the device LAN interface.
Subnet mask – specify the subnet mask of the device LAN interface.
Enable DHCP server – select to enable DHCP server on LAN interface.
IP address from – specify the starting IP address of the DHCP address pool.
IP address to – specify the ending IP address of DHCP address pool.
Lease time – specify the expiration time in seconds for the IP address assigned by the DHCP
server.

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Hotspot/Repeater

By default LigoDLB series do not have hotspot features in the firmware.

To enable UAM or Repeater features, follow these instructions:

1. Download the zip file from LigoWave page either for LigoDLB 2 or LigoDLB 5 series – which ever you are using now:

2. The zip file contains three files:

  • Main firmware
  • Default configuration firmware
  • ReadME file with upgrade instructions

3. First upgrade the LigoDLB unit with main firmware.

4. Then upgrade the LigoDLB unit with default configuration firmware.

5. Do a reset to defaults.

6. Then follow the instructions for NFT on how to configure hotspot scenarios: How to configure repeater

7. Once configured, do the firmware upgrade second time with main image in order to set the backup image for dual-boot.

NFT firmware has only two wireless modes: Access Point and Repeater            
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How to configure Repeater

By default LigoDLB series devices do not have Repeater functionality in the firmware.

To enable Repeater, follow these instructions:

Firstly access point has to be configured as a standard Access point (Auto WDS):

LigoDLB-repeater-nftConfigure the SSID and Security:

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Click on Save and apply to save the settings.

To configure the access point to automatically receive the network settings, set the IP method to Dynamic:

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Click on Save and apply to save the settings.

Keep the Access point powered on and either plug the LAN connection to a live network (modem, router, switch) or just unplug from the configuration compute.

Configure Repeater (station settings)

Power on the repeater device and click on the update firmware link on the top left side of the screen

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Download and unzip the HotSpot firmware from https://www.ligowave.com/downloads

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Unzipp the LigoDLB HotSpot-firmware. There are two files in this folder. DLB-2/5-HotSpot.QM-2/5.vXX.NFT.img and CONFIG_DLB-2/5.QM-2/5.vXX.NFT. NFT_for_DLB-2/5.OEM.img

Browse to the location of the unzipped DLB-2/5_HotSpot-firmware folder. Select DLB-2/5-HotSpot.QM-2/5.vXX-NFT.img and click Open:

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Click on Upload and Upgrade:

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Do not interrupt the firmware update.

Click on the update firmware link on the top left side of the screen:

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Browse to the location of the unzipped DLB-2/5_HotSpot-firmware folder.

Select CONFIG_DLB-2/5.QM-2/5.vXX-NFT.NFT_for_DLB-2/5.OEM.img and click open:

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Click on upload:

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Click on upgrade:

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Once the update is complete, click reset to factory defaults under system settings:

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Repeater Configuration

Login and enable repeater mode

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Make sure that the access point is powered up.

Click on the configuration gear under the Repeater settings (Station):

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Click on the magnifying glass to search for the access point:

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Choose the Access point from the list and select the same security settings as the access point:

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When configuration will be finished click done:

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Check if Repeater (Station) and Access Point repeater configured correctly:

LigoDLB-repeater-nft21Remember to always click on Save and apply to make all changes permanent.

Verify from the access point that the repeater is connected by going to the information/wireless settings:

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  • Verify devices connected to the repeated SSID by going to information/wireless on the repeater
  • The access point and repeater devices are now ready to install
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