W-118 is a 2x2 MU-MIMO tri-radio 802.11a/b/g/n/ac access point.
This chapter provides an overview of the W-118 and describes:
Right Panel of W-118
The right panel of the W-118 has 6 LEDs that indicate the functioning state of the device.
The following table indicates the device states based on the LEDs.
|Power||Solid Green||Power ON|
|Uplink||Solid Green||Device connected through WAN port (Ethernet port) at 10/100/1000 Mbps|
|Blinking Green||Activity on WAN port|
|5 GHz||Solid Green||No activity on 5 GHz radio|
|Blinking Green||Wireless activity on 5 GHz radio|
|2.4 GHz||Solid Green||No activity on 2.4 GHz radio|
|Blinking Green||Wireless activity on 2.4 GHz radio|
|Radio 3||Blinking Green||Activity on third radio|
|LAN1/2/3||Solid Green||Device connected to LAN port 1/2/3 on the bottom of the device at 10/100/1000 Mbps|
Rear Panel of W-118
The rear panel of the W-118 has an Ethernet port labeled WAN, that enables you to connect the device to a wired LAN through a switch or a hub and provides the power for the device by using the 802.3af standard.
|PASSTHROUGH||This is a wired port that facilitates extension of the wired network after the AP is mounted on the wall. Another device can be plugged in to the pass-through port on the bottom of the W-118 device. The traffic on the pass-through port does not interfere with the AP traffic. No policies can be applied on the pass-through port traffic.||RJ45||-|
|WAN||Enables you to connect the device to a wired LAN through a switch or a hub. The device can then communicate with the server. This port also provides the power for the device using the 802.3af standard||RJ45||10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Power over Ethernet|
Bottom Panel of W-118
The bottom panel of W-118 and its corresponding ports are described below.
|DC IN||Enables you to connect to and power on device using 12 V DC power with 2 ampere.||5.5mm overall diameter/2.1mm center pin/hole||--|
|Pass-through port||The pass-through port is used to plug in a device into another wired port that is available on the wall where the AP is installed. The pass-through port at the rear of the device and pass-through port on the bottom of the device are internally connected.||RJ45||--|
|Ethernet (LAN3/PSE)||Gigabit Ethernet port that can be used for wired extension for an SSID. This port also provides the power for the device using the 802.3af standard||RJ45||10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet|
|Ethernet (LAN2)||Gigabit Ethernet port that can be used for wired extension for an SSID.||RJ45||10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet|
|Ethernet (LAN1)||Gigabit Ethernet port that can be used for wired extension for an SSID.||RJ45||10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet|
|Reset||Resets the W-118 device to factory defaults. To reset the device, press and hold the Reset Pin Hole until all LEDs go off which indicates that the device has rebooted. Pressing the Reset Pin Hole while the device is booting up will not have any effect. You should perform this operation only when the device is running.||Pin hole push button||Hold down and power cycle the device to reset|