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Comments to date: 10. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
Defragger99 5:07am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 
Working fine after 1 year I purchased this WAP in Dec 2008 and have only powered it down to move it from one place to another within our office.
abby 5:27pm on Monday, September 27th, 2010 
Works excellent. Range is very good. Very good tech support. Little trouble getting it set up. The access point was easy to set up and has worked very well with very fast speed and good range (the signal is strong throughout my house and even on...
tahir 6:35am on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
The router works beautifully for Wireless-G a...  Decent throughput, consistent connectivity, easy access to settings, and as my household has grown,...
ReneL 10:17am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 
relatively easy to set up, once it is set up works as expected. Can be used as an access point, AP client, wireless bridge or wireless repeater.
lucasj 9:53am on Friday, August 13th, 2010 
This is a replacement for another unit just like this that I had. I was very happy with the first one and expect the same great service from this one. Overall good product. Easy to set up, wireless connection works very good.
Remo 4:28pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010 
This is without doubt the worst piece of junk I have ever bought I tried to give Zero but had to give it one star -6 is more like it.
nonogrob 11:35pm on Sunday, August 1st, 2010 
3 years, still working perfectly Installed three years ago, still working, no problems, just does what I want, what more can I say? WAP54G Review A nice little unit, range is pretty good and set-up wizard works a treat - 5-STARS This is without doubt the worst piece of junk I have ever bought I tried to give Zero but had to give it one star -6 is more like it.
gurgi 7:51am on Saturday, June 12th, 2010 
Linksys WAP54G This is a good router for the price with multi-port use as well as wireless. Contains set-up disc with easy instructions. works as advertised but... This product works as advertised. However there are facts you should be clued to.
fjuk 12:15am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 
"This is a good Linksys if you only have one wireless device to connect. However, keep in mind that this is NOT a wireless router...
Hulsman 6:36am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
NO RANGE,DROPPED CONNECTION,NOT WORTH BUYING  NOTHING AT ALL THIS IS THE WORST ROUTER SOLD ON THE MARKET,CONTINUES TO DROP CONNECTION,NO RANGE working goog just have to understand of wifi ...  fast connect just reset main router easy config small range

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Documents

doc0

Router Configuration Note
Linksys Wireless G WRT54G

Version 1.0 Scope

This document describes how to configure the Linksys Wireless G WRT54G router to work with LucidLink Wireless Security Software, version 1.7. The document: Focuses on the manual configuration of the router. Does not address LucidLink software installation or configuration. Assumes the LucidLink server is installed and configured with an IP address and shared secret.

Requirements

This document will work with routers that meet the following requirements: Product Model Number Firmware Version NICs
WRT54G V2.02.2 D-Link AirPlus DWL-G650 Wireless Cardbus Adapter (rev C) Intel(R) PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3A Mini PCI Adapter Dell Wireless WLAN 1350 Mini-PCI Card
The exact configuration of the router depends on the combination of router, wireless adapter card, and client operating system used. For a list of compatible and supported hardware combinations, go to: www.lucidlink.com/Tech_Support/Compatibility.asp
2004 Interlink Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
Phone: 734-821-1250 Web: www.lucidlink.com/Tech_Support/ Email: support@lucidlink.com Linksys WRT54G Router.doc 11/8/2004 2:11 PM

Page 1 of 9

Connecting to the Router
1 Connect the Router to the same network hub as the workstation you will use to configure it. This workstation does not necessarily have to be the LucidLink server host computer. o Connect the Ethernet Cable to the Ethernet connector port. o Connect the power pack output to the power port. o Reset to factory default with reset button in back. Open an Internet browser and in the address field enter the default IP address 192.168.1.1. At the login box, enter User Name and Password. Linksys factory defaults are blank for User Name and admin for Password.

Interlink Networks, Inc.

Linksys WRT54G Router.doc 11/8/2004 2:11 PM

Page 2 of 9

Click OK The Setup Basic Setup screen is displayed:

Page 3 of 9

Configuring the Router
Once you've connected to the router, follow these steps to configure it to work with LucidLink software.

IP Addresses

In Internet Connection Type, choose from list based on information from your ISP. In the Router IP section, enter: o Local IP Address IP address for Router o Subnet Mask Portion of your internal wired LAN shared by the router and the LucidLink Server computer. 3 In Network Address Server Settings (DHCP) section, enter: o DHCP Enable o Starting IP Address 100. o Number of DHCP Users In Time Settings section: o Choose the appropriate Time Zone for the router. o Select Daylight Saving settings if appropriate. Leave defaults for rest of page. Click Save Settings. Click Continue

Page 4 of 9

SSID and Channel
The SSID (Network Name) is used by the wireless clients to identify your network. The SSID appears to users when they connect to the network. You can use the same or different SSIDs for each router. The default SSID should be changed, as this is an un-secure SSID and can be a potential security threat to your network. 1 Click the Wireless tab. The Wireless Settings screen is displayed.
In Wireless Network Mode choose Mixed. In Wireless Network Name (SSID) enter the SSID for this router. In Wireless Channel leave default. In Wireless SSID Broadcast select Enable. Click Save Settings. Click Continue.

Page 5 of 9

Security
Routers can be configured for Maximum Security (WPA-RADIUS with TKIP), or Maximum Compatibility (68/128-bit dynamic WEP key encryption), depending on the capabilities of the client wireless adapter cards. To learn your hardware capabilities, see the Compatibility Chart at.
www.lucidlink.com/Tech_Support/Compatibility.asp
Click Wireless Security from the navigation bar on the Wireless tab. The Wireless Security screen is displayed.

For Security Mode, select WPA-RADIUS from dropdown list. Click Save Settings.

Page 6 of 9

Click Continue. The screen will refresh to allow configuration of the RADIUS Server.
Enter the following: o Security Mode WPA-Radius o WPA Algorithm TKIP o RADIUS Server Address LucidLink server IP address. o RADIUS Port 1812 o Secret Key Shared Secret configured on LucidLink server Settings dialog. A Shared Secret is auto-generated when you install the server. You can copy this value from the Management Console Settings dialog to the router's interface page. o Left Key Renewal Timeout leave default.
Click Save Settings. Click Continue.

Page 7 of 9

Change Administrator Password
To secure your router, we recommend that you change the default administrator password
Click the Administration tab. The Administration Management screen is displayed.
Enter the new Local Router Password and re-enter it to confirm it. Click Save Settings. Click Continue.

Page 8 of 9

Rechecking Connection
Reopen your browser and enter the routers IP address in the Address field. At the Login, enter the new router User Name and Password. You should once again see the Home screen. 2 You may optionally bookmark this URL or create a shortcut to it from your desktop for future access to the Linksys Wireless G WRT54G configuration screens.

Installing Router

Connect the router to the same network hub or switch as the LucidLink server computer, if it is not already there.

Page 9 of 9

doc1

Router Configuration Note
Linksys Wireless G WRT54GS

Version 1.0 Scope

This document describes how to configure the Linksys Wireless G WRT54GS router to work with LucidLink Wireless Security Software, version 1.5. The document: Focuses on the manual configuration of the router. Does not address LucidLink software installation or configuration. Assumes the LucidLink server is installed and configured with an IP address and shared secret.

Requirements

This document will work with routers that meet the following requirements: Product Model Number Firmware Version NICs
The exact configuration of the router depends on the combination of router, wireless adapter card, and client operating system used. For a list of compatible and supported hardware combinations, go to: www.lucidlink.com/Tech_Support/Compatibility.asp
WRT54GS V2.07.1, Feb 26, 2004
2004 Interlink Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
Phone: 734-821-1250 Web: www.lucidlink.com/Tech_Support/ Email: support@lucidlink.com Linksys WRT54GS Router.doc 8/19/2004 2:07 PM

Page 1 of 8

Connecting to the Router
1 Connect the Router to the same network hub as the workstation you will use to configure it. This workstation does not necessarily have to be the LucidLink server host computer. o Connect the Ethernet Cable to the Ethernet connector port. o Connect the power pack output to the power port. o Reset to factory default with reset button in back. Open an Internet browser and enter the default IP address 192.168.1.1 in the address field. At the login box, enter User Name and Password. Linksys factory defaults are blank for User Name and admin for Password.

Interlink Networks, Inc.

Linksys WRT54GS Router.doc 8/19/2004 2:07 PM

Page 2 of 8

Click OK The Setup screen is displayed:

Page 3 of 8

Configuring the Router
Once you've connected to the router, follow these steps to configure it to work with LucidLink software.

IP Addresses

1 Click Setup from the top navigation bar. Internet Setup section of screen is displayed.
In Internet Connection Type, choose from list based on information from your ISP. In the Router IP section, enter: o Local IP Address IP address for Router o Subnet Mask Portion of your internal wired LAN shared by the router and the LucidLink Server computer.
In Network Address Server Settings (DHCP) section, enter: o DHCP Enable o Starting IP Address 100. o Number of DHCP Users 50
In Time Settings section: o Choose the appropriate Time Zone for the router. o Select Daylight Saving settings if appropriate.

Page 4 of 8

Leave defaults for rest of page.
Click Save Settings. Click Continue

Page 5 of 8

SSID and Channel
The SSID (Network Name) is used by the wireless clients to identify your network. The SSID appears to users when they connect to the network. You can use the same or different SSIDs for each router. The default SSID should be changed, as this is an un-secure SSID and can be a potential security threat to your network. 1 Click the Wireless tab. The Wireless Settings screen is displayed.

In Wireless Network Mode choose Mixed. In Wireless Network Name (SSID) enter the SSID for this router. In Wireless Channel leave default. In Wireless SSID Broadcast select Enable. Click Save Settings. Click Continue.

Page 6 of 8

Security
Routers can be configured for Maximum Security (WPA-RADIUS with TKIP), or Maximum Compatibility (68/128-bit dynamic WEP key encryption), depending on the capabilities of the client wireless adapter cards. To learn your hardware capabilities, see the Compatibility Chart at.
www.lucidlink.com/Tech_Support/Compatibility.asp
Click Wireless Security from the navigation bar on the Wireless tab. The Wireless Security screen is displayed.
Enter: o Security Mode PSK-Radius. (The Security Mode list is miss-labeled. The entry for PSK-Radius is actually WPA-Radius.) o WPA Algorithm TKIP o RADIUS Server Address LucidLink server IP address. o RADIUS Port 1812 o Secret Key Shared Secret configured on LucidLink server Settings dialog. The Shared Secret is autogenerated when you install the server. Copy this value from the Management Console Settings dialog to the router's interface page. o Left Key Renewal Timeout leave default.

Page 7 of 8

Click Save Settings. Click Continue.
Change Administrator Password
To secure your router, we recommend that you change the default administrator password
Click the Administration tab. Enter the new Password and re-enter it to confirm it. Click Save Settings. Click Continue.

Rechecking Connection

Reopen your browser and enter the routers IP address in the Address field. At the Login, enter the new router User Name and Password. You should once again see the Home screen. 2 You may optionally bookmark this URL or create a shortcut to it from your desktop for future access to the Linksys Wireless G WRT54GS configuration screens.

Installing Router

Connect the router to the same network hub or switch as the LucidLink server computer, if it is not already there.

Page 8 of 8

 

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