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SONY PCWA-AR300
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Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Setup Procedures
Preparation
Procedure
Check

â–  Confirm the connection method of the wireless connection on the computer.
Refer to the instructions for your Wireless LAN PC Card or Wireless LAN Converter to confirm the connection method of the computer to the Access Point when using a Wireless LAN PC Card or Wireless LAN Converter. If using a Wireless LAN PC Card with the Windows XP operating system, connect to the network using the Windows XP Wireless Network function.

When you turn the power on, confirm that the Status indicators on the Wireless Unit and Router Unit change as follows before proceeding to Procedure 3. Wireless Unit: Changes from a quickly flashing white light to a slowly flashing one. Router Unit: Change from flashing white light to a steadily lit one.

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Procedure

Perform the necessary preparations and confirmations for connections
Check

Establish wireless connections
Procedure
Check

â–  Configure the TCP/IP settings for the Wireless Network connection on the computer.
Configure the TCP/IP settings on the computer as follows. • IP address setting: Select “Obtain an IP address automatically”. • DNS setting: Select “Disable DNS” in the Windows Me operating system. Select “Obtain a DNS server address automatically” in the Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems.

Wireless Broadband Router
Quick Start Guide
Before reading this guide, be sure to read the “Read This First” supplement. This guide describes the preparations and settings required to connect to the Internet using the Wireless Broadband Router. The PCWA-AR300 consists of: • Broadband Router Unit • Wireless LAN Access Point PCWA-R1 PCWA-A320

2

Connect each unit and turn the power on

3

Establish communications between the computer and the Access Point

Establish wireless connections
Procedure

3

Check

â–  Prepare the Ethernet cable to connect the Router Unit and ADSL or cable modem. z Hint
Use a straight-through or cross-over Ethernet cable.

Establish communications between a computer and the Access Point

This description assumes that the connection is established with factory default settings.
Access Point factory default settings Network Name (SSID): The 6-character identifier printed on the label inside the rear cover of the Wireless Unit Encryption (WEP): Disabled

â–  Configure the computer firewall settings
If you are using the Windows XP Internet Connection Firewall or another personal

Procedure

Router Functions Setup
Check

firewall, you may need to change the security level setting. Refer to the Note below about Computer Firewall Functions for details.

Confirming the Network Name (SSID)
Remove the rear cover by sliding it in the direction of the arrow. This ID is used as the default Network Name (SSID).

4
Procedure

Display the Router Unit Setup Page
Check

Note
Computer Firewall Functions
When using the Windows XP “Internet Connection Firewall” function
Enabling the Windows XP “Internet Connection Firewall” function may prevent the computer from being accessed externally (this function is disabled by default). This function can prevent connection to your network when you change your Wireless Broadband Router settings. If this happens, disable the “Internet Connection Firewall” function, connect to the network, and then re-enable the function. Refer to Windows XP Help for details (you can search from “Help and Support” on the “Start” menu).
Note
Make sure that you take appropriate security measures when the “Internet Connection Firewall” function is disabled.

5

In this document, we refer to the Broadband Router Unit as the Router Unit and to the Wireless LAN Access Point as the Wireless Unit.
Procedure

Configure the Router functions

SSID

Check

Access Point Functions Setup

6
Display the Access Point Setup Page

Configure the wireless communication settings on the computer, and then establish communications between the computer and the Access Point. Refer to the instructions for your Wireless LAN PC Card or Wireless LAN Converter for the setting method.

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Procedure

Check

When using personal firewall software provided standalone or as part of anti-virus or network security software
Antivirus scanning and network security software sometimes includes a function called a “personal firewall”, intended to prevent unauthorized access by other computers. Depending on the software, the security level of this function may initially be set to a high level. If this high security level setting is left enabled, other computers may be unable to access your computer. This can cause problems such as not being able to connect to the network when changing the Wireless Broadband Router settings. In this event, lower the security level to allow the network connection. While the security level is lowered, pay special attention to security. We highly recommend returning to the original setting after setting up the Wireless Broadband Router. Refer to the software instructions or Help for details.
Notes

z

Comments

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Configure the Access Point functions

• The Network Name (SSID) may also be called something like the “ESSID” or “Network ID”, depending on the particular device. • Encryption may also be called something like “encoding” or “security”, depending on the particular device. • When using the Windows XP operating system with a Wireless LAN PC Card, on the “Start” menu, click “Connect to” – “Wireless Network Connection”, and make the communications settings that affect connection to the Access Point from the dialog box that appears. If no “Wireless Network Connection” item can be found on the “Start” menu, on the “Start” menu click “Control Panel” – “Network and Internet Connections” – “Network Connection”, and double-click “Wireless Network Connection”.

Unpacking
When you unpack the unit, make sure that all the following are accounted for. • Router Unit (Broadband Router Unit PCWA-R1) • Wireless Unit (Wireless LAN Access Point PCWA-A320)

Configure the Wireless Communication Settings Procedure Check on the computer

When you are done, verify that an IP address is assigned to the computer.

8

Configure computer settings

Although communication is possible from this state, for security reasons, be certain to perform the subsequent procedures to change the factory default settings. Also refer to the instructions for your Wireless LAN PC Card or Wireless LAN Converter.

Each procedure is preceded by a check box. Before proceeding to the next step, confirm that you have completed all necessary tasks by ticking the box.

• Pay appropriate attention to security issues. • For questions about firewall functions, please contact your firewall software manufacturer.

Check
Procedure
Check

Router Unit Setup

Preparation
• AC Adapter • Power cord
* The Wireless Unit has Access Point functions.

2

Connect each unit and turn the power on

Procedure

4

Check

Procedure

Check

Connect each unit as shown in the next figure, and turn the power on.

Display the Router Unit Setup Page
Access the Access Point from a Web browser to display the Router Unit Setup Page. Compatible browsers: Internet Explorer 5.5 or later Netscape 6.1 or later
Note
Configure the browser’s proxy settings so that the IP address of the Router Unit (factory default 192.168.11.1) bypasses the proxy server. Refer to “Case 1: Cannot display the Setup Page (error message appears)” in the separate Troubleshooting Guide for details about bypassing the proxy server.

1

Perform the necessary preparations and confirmations for connections

1 Use an Ethernet cable to connect the cable or DSL modem to the WAN connector of the 2 Connect the Wireless Unit to a Wireless Unit/LAN connector.

Router Unit.

z Hint
There are two Wireless Unit/LAN connectors. Use either one.

• Read This First • Troubleshooting Guide • Other documentation

• Quick Start Guide (this manual) • Limited Warranty

Obtain the information required to make the computer connections.
The procedure in this guide describes the connection process using the factory default settings.
The factory default settings of the Access Point function are: Network Name (SSID): Encryption (WEP): The 6-character identifier printed on the label inside the rear cover of the Wireless Unit Disabled

3 Connect the AC Adapter to the Router Unit, and turn the AC Adapter on. 4 Connect an end of the Ethernet cable to a LAN connector of the Router Unit. 5 Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to your computer.

z Hint
The Ethernet port of your computer is on its back panel.

z

Hint

The Setup Page of this device is stored in the internal memory of the Router Unit.

• Sony, VAIO, , , and the Eco Info logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. • Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. • In this manual, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition and Microsoft Windows XP Professional are referred to as Windows XP. • Netscape is a registered trademark of Netscape Communications Corporation. • All other names of systems, products and services are trademarks of their respective owners. In the manual, the ™ or ® marks are not specified.
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1 2
1
Ethernet cable

Launch the Web browser. Enter http://192.168.11.1 in the Address field, and press the Enter key.

Before setting up the Broadband Router, perform the following.

4

2
Use either connector.

z

Hint

â–  Set up the Wireless LAN PC Card or Wireless LAN Converter
Perform the required software installation and settings according to the instructions provided with your Wireless LAN PC Card or Wireless LAN Converter to make it operational.

The IP address 192.168.11.1 is the Router Unit factory default. If the Router’s IP address has been changed, contact your network administrator.

3

Internet
5
Cable modem or DSL modem
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