WIZ610wi-EVB

Manufacturer Part NumberWIZ610wi-EVB
DescriptionWiFi / 802.11 Development Tools EVALUATION BOARD FOR WIZ610WI
ManufacturerWIZnet
WIZ610wi-EVB datasheet
 


Specifications of WIZ610wi-EVB

RohsyesProductEvaluation Boards
Tool Is For Evaluation OfWIZ610wiProtocol Supported802.11 b/g
Frequency2.4 GHzInterface TypeEthernet, RS-232
Operating Supply Voltage5 VAntenna Connector TypeU.FL
Maximum Operating Temperature+ 70 CMinimum Operating Temperature- 30 C
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WIZ610wi User’s Manual
( Version 1.9.1 )
©2009 WIZnet Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
☞ For more information, visit our website at
http://www.wiznet.co.kr
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WIZ610wi-EVB Summary of contents

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    ... WIZ610wi User’s Manual ( Version 1.9.1 ) ©2009 WIZnet Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. ☞ For more information, visit our website at http://www.wiznet.co. ...

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    ... V.1.6 2010-03-09 V.1.7 2010-08-03 V.1.8 2010-12-01 V.1.9 2011-01-25 V.1.9.1 (WIZnet Co.,Ltd) WIZ610wi User’s Manual Upgrade History Comment Release -Gateway mode 8080 port access added -Client mode WAN setting added -Serial Packing Condition added -Serial Command added -Client mode IP setting amended -Power Consumption fact amended -IGMP function added -Server connection trying interval function added on the serial client mode ...

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    ... Q&A Board. We will reply your questions as soon as possible COPYRIGHT NOTICE Copyright 2009 WIZnet Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Technical Support: support@wiznet.co.kr Sales & Distribution: sales@wiznet.co.kr For more information, visit our website at (WIZnet Co.,Ltd) WIZ610wi User’s Manual http://www.wiznet.co. ...

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    ... Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Product Specification................................................................................................................................. 3 1.1.1 WIZ610wi Module .......................................................................................................................... 3 1.1.2 WIZ610wi Test Board .................................................................................................................... 5 2. Getting Started ........................................................................................................................................................ 6 2.1. Hardware Installation ............................................................................................................................... 6 2.2. Configuration ............................................................................................................................................... 7 2.2.1 Wizard Program .............................................................................................................................. 7 2.2.2 Connecting the Web page of WIZ610wi ........................................................................... 10 2.2.3 Checking Status ............................................................................................................................ 11 2.2.4 Network Setting ........................................................................................................................... 13 2.2.5. Wireless Setting .......................................................................................................................... 15 2.2.5.1. Mode Selection ............................................................................................................... 15 2.2.5.2. IP Configuration in Each Mode ................................................................................ 16 2.2.5.3. Access Point Setup ........................................................................................................ 18 2.2.5.4. Gateway Setup ................................................................................................................ 24 2.2.5.5. Client Setup ...................................................................................................................... 27 2.2.6. Serial Setting ................................................................................................................................ 29 2 ...

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    ... Aging test report ................................................................................................................................................. 66 7.1 Test environment ...................................................................................................................................... 66 7.2 Test condition ............................................................................................................................................ 66 7.3 Test result .................................................................................................................................................... 67 (WIZnet Co.,Ltd) WIZ610wi User’s Manual - 5 - ...

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    ... C IGURE ERIAL TO THERNET F 31 ..................................................................................................................................... 34 IGURE ASSWORD ETUP F 32 .............................................................................................................................................. 34 IGURE YSTEM ................................................................................................................................ 35 IGURE PGRADE IRMWARE (WIZnet Co.,Ltd) WIZ610wi User’s Manual Figures ............................................................................................................................... 5 ................................................................................................................... 7 ...................................................................................................................... 8 ................................................................................................................... 8 ................................................................................................................... 9 WIZ610 .................................................................................... 10 EB PAGE OF WI ............................................................................................................................. 10 T .................................................................................................................. 14 ABLE M ............................................................................................................... 15 ODE ...................................................................................................................... 19 ............................................................................................................. 21 ETTINGS ................................................................................................................... 22 ................................................................................................................. 25 IP ............................................................................................................ 25 TATIC .................................................................................................... 26 LIENT E ...

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    ... F 34 ........................................................................................................................................ 37 IGURE EBOOT YSTEM F 35. WIZ610WI PIN M IGURE AP F 36. WIZ610WI B D IGURE OARD F 37 IGURE ERIAL ERMINAL ROGRAM CONFIGURATION F 38 IGURE ETWORK ERMINAL F 39 IGURE ECEIVED ATA BY ETWORK F 40 IGURE EVICE ERMINAL ROGRAM F 41. WIZ610 M P IGURE ...

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    ... ERIAL ONFIGURATION T 14 ABLE ERIAL ONFIGURATION T 15. WIZ610 P A ABLE WI IN SSIGNMENT T 15. A ..................................................................................................................................... 67 ABLE GING TEST RESULT (WIZnet Co.,Ltd) WIZ610wi User’s Manual Tables - W .......................................................................................................... 3 IRELESS - H ...................................................................................................... 4 ARDWARE - S ........................................................................................................ 4 OFTWARE .......................................................................................................................... 20 .................................................................................................................. 22 ............................................................................................................................. 36 ........................................................................................................................ 39 F ................................................................................................ 45 RAME FORMAT R F ..................................................................................... 45 EPLY RAME FORMAT STX & ...

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    ... Introduction WIZ610wi is the gate way module which provides a bridge for RS-232 or Ethernet to IEEE802.11 b/g wireless communications. Devices with the interface of RS-232 serial or Ethernet can established a wireless network which can enable remote monitoring, management and controlling. Main Features Embedded 802.11b/g Wireless Networking Access Point, Client, Gateway, Serial to WLAN mode Supported ...

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    ... Products Contents (WIZ610wi-EVB) WIZ610WI Module WIZ610wi Evaluation Board Serial Cable (Connect Serial Device to Test Board) Network Cable (Crossover Cable) Power ( Adaptor) 2 ...

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    ... Product Specification 1.1.1 WIZ610wi Module Wireless ITEM Wireless Standard Frequency Range Output Power (Tolerance(+/-1dBm) Receive Sensitivity Data Rates Modulation Type Table 2. Products Specification - Wireless Hardware ITEM Interface (2dBi PCB type + Coaxial Cable) (Manual, H/W & SW related Materials) Table 1. Products Contents. Specification IEEE802.11b/g 2 ...

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    Temperature Humidity Serial Power Power Consumption Dimension Weight Table 3. Products Specification - Hardware Software ITEM Operation Mode Protocol Security Management Notification Table 4. Products Specification - Software Operation: -30℃~70℃ (Refer to the 7. Aging test report) Storage: -40℃~115℃ Operation: ...

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    ... WIZ610wi Test Board Figure 1. WIZ610wi Test Board 5 ...

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    ... Quick Installation Guide” 2.1. Hardware Installation For the testing, module and test board should be prepared. STEP1: Insert WIZ610wi module in the socket of test board. STEP2: Connect the test board to the HUB using a network cable. STEP3: Connect the test board to the serial device by using the RS-232 serial cable ...

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    ... You can check IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DHCP, MAC Address, Standard Type (802.11b or g) and SSID. ⓑ IP Info: If you select a WIZ610wi, the IP address information is displayed. ⓓ You can check or modify the IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway of a WIZ610wi module. ⓔ MAC Addr: It displays the MAC Address of a WIZ610wi. ...

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    ... EXIT: Wizard Program will be closed. Figure 4. WIZ610wi Wizard Program ⓝ: Select a WIZ610wi on the left window and click Get button. The wireless LAN configuration detail of the selected module will be displayed after 4 seconds. You can check the detail of SSID, Authentication, Encryption Mode, Key length, Key Format, Key Value, Data Rate, Tx Power, Work Mode, Channel and etc. You can’ ...

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    ... Figure 5. WIZ610wi Wizard Program ⓟ Serial Comm: You can test the function of “Serial to Wireless”. After connecting PC and WIZ610wi using serial cable, execute serial terminal program. ⓠ Select protocol type – UDP or TCP, and input port number. Port Open button is enabled at the UDP mode, and Connect button is enabled at the TCP mode. ⓡ ...

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    ... Figure 6. Connecting to the Web page of WIZ610wi Notice : Configure the network parameters of WIZ610wi and your PC. The default IP address of WIZ610wi is “192.168.1.254”. Your PC’s IP address should start with these three sets of numbers “192.168.1.XXX”. WIZ610wi and PC can be connected through wireless network. Connect to WIZ610wi from PC by using default SSID “ ...

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    ... Checking Status 1) System Data ITEM Firmware Version Firmware Date MAC Address(LAN) IP Address Figure 8. System Data Description The firmware version of WIZ610wi is displayed The last date and time of firmware upgrade the MAC Address of communication. the IP address of WIZ610wi. WIZ610wi for Ethernet 11 ...

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    ... Notice : WIZ610wi supports the MAC addresses for both Ethernet and Wireless interfaces. 2) Active Client In this page, the information of clients connecting to WIZ610wi is displayed. If you click “Refresh” button, the client list and information are updated. the Network Mask of WIZ610wi. the Gateway of WIZ610wi. ...

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    ... DHCP function in your wireless module will be disabled. All your clients connecting to your WIZ610wi can not recognize your module as a DHCP server. DHCP Client Range: When WIZ610wi operates as the DHCP Server, the IP address range must be assigned in order for the clients to connect. If the DHCP server function is disabled, this DHCP Client Range is not activated ...

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    Figure 11. Active DHCP Client Table Apply Changes : By clicking this button, the modified values are applied. After changing, the page is refreshed to re-connected to the new IP address. 14 ...

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    ... WAN page by using PPPOE, DHCP client, PPTP client or static IP. 3) Client Mode In this mode, your device act as a client. If you configure PC or application device as DHCP client, Access Point will be the DCHP Server and WIZ610wi doesn’t act as DHCP Server. Figure 12. Operation Mode 15 ...

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    ... The IP address assigned to WIZ610wi is for administration and web configuration. - Even though the WIZ610wi is configured as DHCP Server, the PC will acquire IP address from IP Sharing device or ADSL/Cable Modem there is not IP Sharing Device or ADSL/Cable modem, WIZ610wi will assign the IP addresses which is in DHCP IP range to PCs through wired or wireless network. Figure 14. Access Point Mode - 1 Figure 15 ...

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    ... WIZ610wi operates as Static/DHCP/Client/PPPoE for the wired (Ethernet) communication. 3) Client Mode WIZ610wi can be set IP as Static or DHCP client at ‘Client Setup>WAN Port Setup’. And also WIZ610wi can be act DHCP Server simultaneously by assigning adding 100 of first DHCP server. For example, if DHCP server’s client range is XXX.XXX.XXX.2~100, then WIZ610wi’s assigning DHCP Client IP address to application board is XXX ...

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    ... AP. When AP is booted, it investigates wireless channel environment and selects the lowest using channel. Manually Select a Channel : You can select a channel in the range of 1~13.. Mode : selected, WIZ610wi operates as Access Point. WDS Repeater : WDS(Wireless Distribution System) that can be used for the Figure 18. AP Mode Settings 18 ...

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    ... WIZ610wi and WIZ610wi. When this mode is selected, AP function operates at the same time. Security : Configure the security options for WIZ610wi. When you click “Setup” button, below page appears. Figure 19. Wireless Security Setup Authentication : You can select an authentication method for the clients to connect to AP. ...

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    WPA2 PSK WPA2-PSK uses Advanced Encryption Standard(AES) for encryption Keys together with WPA PSK method. Encryption : It configures authentication mode for security of wireless network. There are options of WEP and None. If WEP is selected, the below items ...

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    Advanced Settings : If you click the “Setup” button, below page is appeared. Figure 20. Wireless Advanced Settings Field Fragment Threshold This value specifies the maximum size for a packet before data is fragmented into multiple packets. If you experience ...

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    ... Router to synchronize the wireless network. Table 8. Wireless Advanced Settings Access Control : By registering the MAC address of a client, WIZ610wi blocks or allows the client to access. If you click the “Setup” button, page below appears. Wireless Access Control Mode : This option allows you to enable or disable the “Wireless Access Control Mode” ...

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    ... WIZ610wi WDS Setting : If AP mode is set as WDS Repeater, WDS Setting button is activated. WDS is Wireless Distribution System that is working as a wireless bridge between AP and AP. If you click the “Setup” button, the page below appears. Input wireless MAC address of the device to be connected. ...

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    ... Gateway Setup <Notice> When changed to Gateway mode, wired network is disconnected, It because WIZ610wi’s wire port act as WAN Port solve this problem.. 1. Connect WIZ610wi through wireless 2. Check WAN IP of Gateway mode setup page 3. Connect ‘http://WAN_IPaddress:8080 (8080 port) First time it must be input ‘8080’, but next time no need to add ‘8080’ ...

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    ... Advanced Settings: Refer to “2.2.4.3 Access Point Setup”. Access Control: Refer to “2.2.4.3 Access Point Setup”. WAN Port : If configures WAN port. It configures the network environment for the connection to WIZ610wi. Figure 24. WAN Port Configuration WAN Access Type Static IP : Manually input your IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS. Figure 25. WAN Access Type – ...

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    ... DMZ Remote Management : Configure the port number for the connection to WIZ610wi from a remote site. Default Port Number is set as “8080”. URL Filter: It enables to connect or disconnect to the specified URL. MAC Filter: Prevent access from a device with a specific MAC address ...

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    ... Figure 27. WAN Access Type - DDNS 2.2.5.5. Client Setup In client mode, WIZ610wi connects to an access point. Alias Name: Input the name for WIZ610wi. Band: Select a communication protocol for your module. It supports 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11b/g mode. SSID: Input the SSID of an access point. If you don’t know your SSID, you can use the “ ...

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    ... application device is set as DHCP Client, the AP will operates as its DHCP server and WIZ610wi doesn’t act as DHCP Server. When you connect with security enabled ,the “Wireless Security Setup Page” will appear automatically to set-up your security settings. By using the “Site Survey”, Band, SSID and Security can be configured all at the same time ...

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    ... This mode is to select the communication method based on TCP. TCP is the protocol which establishes the connection before data communication. In server mode, WIZ610wi waits for the connection from a client. In client mode, WIZ610wi operates as client at the TCP Client mode on the process of connection, and tries to connect to the server’s IP and Port. Mixed modes supports both of Server and Client at the same time ...

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    ... In order to operate this mode, Local IP, Subnet, Gateway Address, Server IP, and Server port number should be set. If the server IP has a domain name, please use the DNS function. 1. When power is supplied, WIZ610wi board operating as TCP client mode actively establishes a connection to the server. 2. Once the connection is established, data can be transmitted in both directions – ...

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    ... Stopbits: Configure stop bit option.(Option FlowControl: Configure flow control option. (option: none, Xon/Xoff, RTS/CTS) Aux Port Configuration You can control serial devices through the serial port of WIZ610wi by using AUX port, while you can keep serial to WiFi data communication port. 31 ...

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    Status: You can enable Aux Port. - Protocol : Aux port can use only UDP protocol. - Mode : You can select server or client mode. - Server you select the client mode, Server IP is ...

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    ... Save : Save the configuration values. Reset : Discard all changes in all fields 2.2.7. Security Setup Refer to “2.2.4.3. Access Point Setup’. 2.2.8. Others 2.2.8.1. Password You can change the password of WIZ610wi 33 ...

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    ... Log”. The log will include information such as wireless, DDNS, WAN and DHCP. 2.2.8.3. Upgrade In this page, you can upgrade the firmware of your WIZ610wi. Browse the firmware file by clicking the “Find” button. If you click “Upload” button after selecting firmware file, the firmware starts uploading. This process will take about 60 seconds ...

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    Factory Default If you click the “Factory Default” button, all settings value are restored to the factory default setting. The factory default values are shown below: Field IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway DHCP DHCP Client Range DNS Server ...

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    SSID Channel AP Mode Authentication Encryption Fragment Threshold RTS Threshold Preamble Type Beacon Interval Inactivity Time Broadcast SSID WMM Password Log Table 9. Factory Default Value WLANAP 1 AP Open system or Shared Key None 2346 2346 Long Preamble 100ms ...

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    Reboot In this page, you can reboot your module. Figure 34. Reboot System 37 ...

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    ... SOUT 8 SIN 9 DC_IN 10 DC_IN 11 GND 12 GND 13 RXERR 14 COL 15 W_LED 16 MDC Figure 35. WIZ610WI PIN Map In/Out Low : Entering serial command mode High : Exit serial command mode O Serial RX/TX LED (Active Low MII Receive Data Error I O Wireless LED (Active Low) I Description ...

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    ... TXC 30 TXEN 31 TXD3 32 TXD2 33 TXD0 34 TXD1 35 GND 36 CRS Table 10. WIZ610wi Pin Function I Active High If this signal asserted more than 3 sec, factory reset performed. I/O SMI In/Out Data GND GND I MII receive clock I MII receive data valid I MII receive data I MII receive data ...

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    ... Figure 36. WIZ610WI Board Dimensions (unit : mm) 40 ...

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    ... Demonstration and Test In this chapter, an example is provided for you to test the functionality of WIZ610wi. The testing environments are the followings: <Hardware> equipped with a RS-232 serial port WIZ610WI module and WIZ610WI base board Connect PC and module’s Ethernet port by using an Ethernet Cable(Direct or Crossover) Connect PC and module’ ...

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    ... Figure 37. Serial Terminal Program configuration ③ Connect to “WIZ610wi” in the Wireless Network Setting of your PC ④ Execute one more terminal program, and set IP address and Port number. 42 ...

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    Figure 38. Network Terminal Program configuration ⑤ Input any characters in the Hyper Terminal for Serial. (In the example below, “01234567890” is input). The same characters are outputted in the Hyper Terminal for Network. A Serial to Wireless LAN test ...

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    ... PC should be set as Server IP of the module. If Server mode is not checked, Device Terminal will operate as client mode, and the module as server. For the IP address and port, please input your IP address and port number of WIZ610wi and click the “Connect” button to start a network communication. ...

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    ... Serial Configuration Serial Command Format It is possible to configure WIZ610wi by using serial command. Pin number 4 of WIZ610wi is Hardware trigger pin.(‘1’: H/W trigger disable, ‘0’: enable) Or you can use h/w trigger switch of WIZ610wi EVB board < Frame Format > Command Frame format Descriptor STX ...

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    E Table 14. Serial Configuration Reply Code Command Code Com Get/ Comments mand Set Network Firmware RF Get Version RA Get MAC Address RI Get IP Address WI Set IP Address RS Get Subnet Mask Invalid ...

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    WS Set Subnet Mask RG Get Gateway WG Set Gateway RD Get DHCP Server WD Set DHCP Server DHCP RH Get Start/End IP DHCP WH Set Start/End IP Wireless DL Get Active Client List * Command Syntax <WSxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx> * Response ...

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    DHCP Client RL Get List WV Set DNS Server RV Get DNS Server RT Get WAN Port MAC address_Channel_TxRate_RSSI * Command Syntax <RL> * Response Syntax <Sxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxxxxxxxxxxx[:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxxxxxxxxxxx:…] > IP address_MAC address * Command Syntax <WV0> or <WV1_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx[_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]> 0:Auto_DNS server IP ...

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    WT Set WAN Port Connection RC Get status TCP WC Set connection close Current QZ Get system status Wireless Wireless DB Get Band Wireless GB Set Band * Command Syntax <WT0_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx_xxx.xxx.xxx .xxx> or <WT1> or <WT2_User Name_Password> 0:Static, 1:DHCP Client, ...

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    Operation DO Get Mode Operation GO Set Mode DS Get SSID GS Set SSID DC Get Channel GC Set Channel DW Get WDS 0: 11b+g, 2: 11b, 3:11g * Response Syntax <S> * Command Syntax <DO> * Response Syntax <Sx> ...

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    GW Set WDS DP Get Tx Power GP Set Tx Power DR Get Data Rate GR Set Data Rate Broadcast DH Get SSID Broadcast GH Set SSID <Sx_x_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xxx~> 1:Master, 2:Slave _count_MACaddress_Comment[_MACaddress_Comment_...] * Command Syntax <GWx_x_x_xxxxxxxxxxxx_xxx~> 1:Master, 2:Slave _count_MACaddress_Comment[_MACaddress_Comment_...] * Response ...

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    DM Get WMM GM Set WMM MAC Access DA Get Control MAC Access GA Set Control DI Get Site Survey GI Set Connect AP 0:Enable, 1:Disable * Response Syntax <S> * Command Syntax <DM> * Response Syntax <Sx> 1:Enable, 0:Disable ...

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    DN Get Alias Name GN Set Alias Name Module QP Get Status Checking Security Security DU Get Status Security GU Set Control connection is not established. In this cause, use <GU>command for the connection. * Response Syntax <S> * Command ...

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    Serial RK Get Protocol WK Set Protocol RM Get Mode WM Set Mode RX Get Server IP AuthMode_Encrypt[_DefaultKey_KeyLength_KeyFormat_KeyVa lue_radiusPasswd_radiusIP_radiusPort] AuthMode: 0(Open or Shared), 1(Open), 2(802.1x), 3(Shared), 4(WPA), 5(WPA-PSK), 6(WPA2), 7(WPA2-PSK) Encrypt: 0(None),1 (WEP), 2(TKIP), 3(AES), 4(TKIP_AES) DefaultKey: 1~4 KeyLength: 0(None), ...

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    WX Set Server IP RP Get Port WP Set Port Baudrate_Dat RB Get aBit_Parity_Fl ow_Stopbits Baudrate_Dat WB Set aBit_Parity_Fl ow_Stopbits Server IP address * Command Syntax <WXxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx> Server IP address * Response Syntax <S> * Command Syntax <RP> * Response ...

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    Domain RW Get Name Domain WW Set Name QT Get Time OT Set Time QS Get Size OS Set Size QC Get Char [Stop bits]; 1: 1stop, 2:2stop * Response Syntax <S> * Command Syntax <RW> * Response Syntax <Sxxxx~> ...

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    OC Set Char Inactivity QI Get Time Inactivity OI Set Time TCP QU Get Connection Option TCP OU Set Connection Option RU Get Get Aux port <Sxx> 00~ff * Command Syntax <OCxx> 00~ff * Response Syntax <S> * Command Syntax ...

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    WU Set Set Aux port RE Get Get data flow WE Set Set data flow <RU> * Response Syntax <Sx_x_x_a.b.c.d_x> Enable[_Protocol_Mode_ServerIP or Domain_ServerPort] Enable: 0(Disable), 1(Enable) If Disable is set, data can be omitted. Protocol: 0(UDP), 1(TCP) Mode: 0(Server), 1(Client) ...

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    Get insert RZ Get tag WZ Set Set insert tag Change CC Set Client Mode CS Get Connection 2: Transmit serial data to the aux port If module is rebooted or any configuration value is changed, it returns to default. ...

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    Change CQ Set Server mode Others Factory WF Set Default WR Set Restart S <S> or <Sxx…> F <F> 0 <0> 1 <1> 2 <2> error 3 <3> code 4 <4> 5 <5> <CS> * Response Syntax <OK> : ...

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    If input "_" in fact, should input"__" instead of "_". For example SSID, PSK etc. <DS> --> <S11__22>: SSID: 11_22 <GS11_22> --> <S>: SSID: 11_22 <QP> --> <S1_11__22_000102030405_...>: SSID: 11_22 If multi command input, response time be delayed For example ...

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    ... Reference Schematics In this chapter, the reference schematics are provided for the WIZ610wi’s MII & UART interfaces. 6.1 WIZ610wi Module Pin assign Figure 41. WIZ610wi Module Pin Assignment MII interface signal TXD[0..3] MII transmit data TXC MII transmit clock RXD[0..3] MII receive data ...

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    ... RS-232C RXD CTS RS-232C CTS 6.2 External PHY interface using MII Figure 42. Schematic - External PHY Interface using MII As shown in the above schematic, each MII interface signal of WIZ610wi can be connected to MII interface by using an external PHY chip. CRS SOUT RTS Table 15. WIZ610wi Pin Assignment ...

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    RS-232C interface Figure 43. Schematic – RS-232C Interface As shown above diagram, each UART interface signal can be connected to the interface of RS-232C transceiver chip. (e.g. Sipex’s SP3232EBEY RS-232C Transceiver chip) 64 ...

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    Serial to WiFi interface Figure 44. Schematic – Serial to WiFi Reference Schematic 65 ...

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    Aging test report 7.1 Test environment Figure 45. Aging test environment 7.2 Test condition 1) Test condition : -30℃ ~ +70℃ 2) Low temperature test : Testing after 1 hour storage in the chamber at 3) High temperature test ...

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    Test result Date Time 2009.04.09 17:00 2009.04.09 22:00 2009.04.10 08:30 2009.04.10 11:00 2009.04.10 16:00 2009.04.10 21:30 2009.04.11 10:50 2009.04.11 14:10 2009.04.11 17:30 2009.04.11 20:50 2009.04.12 14:40 2009.04.13 12:40 2009.04.14 12:40 2009.04.14 23:40 2009.04.15 12:40 2009.04.15 13:40 2009.04.15 16:40 Setting ...