Install the C-130

This chapter contains the step wise procedure to install the C-130 device.

Zero-Configuration of C-130 as Access Point

Zero-configuration is supported under the following conditions:

  • The device is in AP mode with background scanning on and no SSID configured.

  • A DNS entry wifi-security-server is set up on all the DNS servers. This entry should point to the IP address of the server. By default, the AP looks for the DNS entry wifi-security-server.

  • The AP is on a subnet that is DHCP enabled.

Important:If the device is placed on a network segment that is separated from the server by a firewall, you must first open port 3851 for User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and Transport Control Protocol (TCP) bidirectional traffic on that firewall. This port number is assigned to Arista Networks. Zero-configuration cannot work if multiple devices are set up to connect to multiple servers. In this case, you must manually configure the APs. See the Access Point Configuration Guide on our website at .

Take a configured AP; that is, ensure that a static IP is assigned to the device or the settings have been changed for DHCP. Note down the MAC address and the IP address of the AP in a safe place before it is installed in a hard-to-reach location. The MAC address of the AP is printed on a label at the bottom of the product.

The steps to install the device are as follows: