H320 H320 Access Point User Manual Ruckus Wireless, Inc.

Ruckus Wireless, Inc. H320 Access Point

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Copyright © 2017 Ruckus Wireless, Inc. Page 1 of 4
Published February 2017, Part Number 800-71448-001 Rev A
H320 Access Point
Quick Setup Guide
This Quick Setup Guide provides step-by-step instructions on how
to set up your Ruckus Wireless H320 Dual Band 802.11ac Wave 2
Wall Switch Access Point. After completing the steps described in
this guide, you will be able to access the Access Point (AP) and
begin providing wired and wireless network access to users.
The H320 has many options:
It can be mounted on a standard USA- or EU-style single-
gang wall outlet box.
Provides two stream, dual-band 11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi (5 GHz -
2x2:2; 2.4 GHz - 1x1:1).
Includes one 10/100/1000 uplink port and two 10/100 access
ports.
It can be powered by a customer-supplied IEEE 802.3af- or
802.3at-compliant PoE switch or injector.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Before deploying Ruckus Wireless products, please check for the
latest software and the release documentation.
User Guides and Release Notes are available at
http://support.ruckuswireless.com/documents
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
H320 Wall Switch Access Point
Mounting bracket
Two 6mm M3x0.5 thread Torx flat head machine screws
Two 1” 6-32 thread Phillips pan head machine screws
Product warranty statement
Regulatory flyer
Declaration of Conformity, if required
•This Quick Setup Guide
STEP 1: COLLECTING TOOLS AND SETUP
REQUIREMENTS
No. 2 Phillips screwdriver and T10 Torx driver for the mounting
bracket screws
A standard USA- or EU-style single-gang wall outlet box
One of the following:
Customer-supplied IEEE 802.3af/at-compliant PoE switch
Customer-supplied IEEE 802.3af/at-compliant PoE
injector
An Ethernet cable (Cat5e, or better) supplying PoE power and
network connectivity run through the wall from your LAN to the
wall outlet box
A computer with an Ethernet port and a Wi-Fi network adapter
STEP 2: CONNECTING THE COMPUTER TO THE
H320
Figure 1: Front view
1After removing your H320 from its package, place it next to
your computer.
2Using an Ethernet cable, connect your computer’s network
port to the PoE injector or PoE switch that will provide power
to the H320.
3Using another Ethernet cable, connect the PoE In port on the
H320 to a PoE injector or PoE switch.
4Power on the PoE switch or PoE injector.
5Verify that the PWR LED on the rear of the enclosure is a
steady green.
Figure 2: Rear and bottom view
Note: The H320 does NOT support Mesh.
Note: The H320 requires Ruckus Wireless base image 106.1
firmware or later. Managed H320 deployments require
SmartZone 3.5.x or later, or ZoneDirector (ZD) 10.0.x or later.
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STEP 3: PREPARING YOUR COMPUTER FOR H320
SETUP
1On your Windows 7 computer, configure your network
adapter from the Local Area Connection settings as follows:
Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet >
Network and Sharing Center > Change Adapter
Settings
2Edit the TCP/IPv4 address settings as follows:
Local Area Connection > Properties > Internet
Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) > Properties
The Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties dialog
box appears.
3Select Use the following IP address (if it is not already
selected) and then make the following entries:
IP address: 192.168.0.22 (or any available address in the
192.168.0.x network, except 192.168.0.1)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.0.1
Leave the DNS server fields empty.
4Click OK to save your changes.
Your changes are put into effect immediately.
STEP 4: LOGGING INTO THE H320 ACCESS POINT
As specified in Step 3: Preparing Your Computer for H320 Setup,
the H320 should be directly connected to your computer (through
the PoE In Ethernet port on the back of the H320) and powered
on, ready for setup.
1On your computer, open a Web browser window.
2In the browser, type this URL to connect to the H320:
https://192.168.0.1
3Press <Enter> to initiate the connection. When a security alert
dialog box appears, click OK/Yes to proceed.
4When the Ruckus Wireless Admin login page appears, enter
the following:
Username: super
Password: sp-admin
5Click Login.
STEP 5: CUSTOMIZING THE WIRELESS SETTINGS
1On the Web interface menu, click Configuration > Radio
2.4G or Configuration > Radio 5G. The Configure >
Wireless > Common page appears.
2Verify that the following options are active:
Channel: SmartSelect.
Country Code: If you are not located in the United States
of America, select your current country.
3Click Update Settings if you made any changes.
4Click any of the “Wireless #” (Wireless LAN Number) tabs at
the top of the page.
5In Wireless Availability, click Enabled.
6Delete the text in the SSID field, then type a name for your net-
work that will help your users identify the H320 access point in
their wireless network connection applications.
7Click Update Settings to save your changes.
8Repeat Steps 4-7 for each Wireless # (Wireless LAN Number)
interface that you want to enable.
9Click Logout to exit the Web interface.
10 When the Ruckus Wireless Admin login page reappears, you
can exit your browser.
11 Disconnect the H320 from the computer and from the power
source, and then restore your computer to its original network
connection configuration.
Continue with Step 6: Attaching the Mounting Bracket to an Outlet
Box.
STEP 6: ATTACHING THE MOUNTING BRACKET TO
AN OUTLET BOX
Figure 3: Mounting bracket
1Use either the original wall outlet box screws or the factory-
supplied 1” Phillips pan head machine screws to attach the
H320 mounting bracket to a single-gang wall outlet box.
2Pull the uplink Ethernet cable for the H320 through the wall
outlet box.
3When you have extra bypass cables (one or two) that are to
bypass the H320, pull them through the wall outlet box.
Note: The bypass cables can be Ethernet, coax, or any other
type of cable, as required.
4Drape the bypass cables across one of the upper hooks on
either side of the mounting bracket.
5Continue with Step 7: Attaching the H320 to the Mounting
Bracket.
Note: The following procedures assume that Windows 7 is the
operating system. Procedures for other OS’s are similar.
Important! Write down all of the currently active settings so you
can restore your computer to its current configuration later,
when this process is complete.
Default H320 Access Point Settings (for your reference)
Network Names (SSIDs) Wireless1-Wireless8 (2.4GHz
radio)
Wireless9-Wireless16 (5GHz
radio)
Security (Encryption method) Disabled for each wireless
interface
Default Management IP
Address
192.168.0.1
Optional: In a default configuration, the H320 uses a DHCP-
assigned IP address.
If you anticipate logging into the H320 regularly to perform
monitoring or maintenance once it is in place, then you may want
to consider switching from DHCP and instead assigning a static
IP address to the H320.
A. On the menu, click Configuration > Internet.
B. Click the Static IP option.
C. Fill in the IP Address and Mask fields.
D. Click Update Settings to save your changes.
Note: The H320 mounting bracket has four hooks that face UP.
Make sure that the hooks are facing up when attaching the
mounting bracket to the wall outlet box.
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STEP 7: ATTACHING THE H320 TO THE MOUNTING
BRACKET
1Make sure that the mounting bracket is securely fastened as
described in Step 6: Attaching the Mounting Bracket to an
Outlet Box.
2If you have bypass cables (usually one or two, if any), then
make sure that they are draped across one of the two upper
hooks on the mounting bracket.
Figure 4: Attaching the H320 to the Mounting Bracket
3Pull the uplink Ethernet cable from your LAN through the outlet
box, and plug it into the back of the H320.
4The mounting bracket has two lower hooks that fit into slots
on the bottom of the H320. Rest the bottom of the H320 on
those hooks, and then tilt the H320 until it is up against the
mounting bracket.
Note that any optional bypass cable(s) should slide smoothly
into the slots on the sides of the H320.
5Use a T10 Torx driver to screw the factory-supplied Torx flat
head machine screws through the H320 screw holes into the
threaded inserts on the sides of the mounting bracket.
6Continue with Step 8: Testing the H320 Operation.
STEP 8: TESTING THE H320 OPERATION
After a short pause to re-establish the Internet connection, you can
test the H320.
1Using any wireless-enabled computer or mobile device,
search for and select the wireless network you previously con-
figured.
2If you can connect, open a browser and navigate to any public
Web site.
3Using any wired computer or other device and an Ethernet
cable, plug into an Ethernet port on the bottom of the H320.
4Open a browser and navigate to any public Web site.
5Repeat Step 3 and Step 4 for the rest of the Ethernet ports on
the bottom of the H320.
Congratulations! Your H320 is active and ready for use.
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