WIZ630wi-EVB

Manufacturer Part NumberWIZ630wi-EVB
DescriptionWiFi / 802.11 Development Tools Evaluation Board for WIZ630wi
ManufacturerWIZnet
WIZ630wi-EVB datasheet
 


Specifications of WIZ630wi-EVB

RohsyesProductEvaluation Boards
Tool Is For Evaluation OfWIZ630Protocol Supported802.11 n
Frequency2.4 GHzInterface TypeRS-232
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WIZ630wi User Manual
(Version 0.93)
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WIZ630wi-EVB Summary of contents

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    ... WIZ630wi User Manual (Version 0.93) 1 ...

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    Date Revision Changes 2 ...

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    Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction ................................................................................................ 5 1.1 EVB Construction ............................................................................................ 5 1.1.1. Packaging ........................................................................................................ 5 1.1.2. Contents ........................................................................................................... 6 1.1.3. HW Interface ................................................................................................... 7 1.2 Features ........................................................................................................... 8 1.3 Specifications .................................................................................................. 9 1.3.1. Wireless Specifications ................................................................................... ...

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    ... WIZ630wi Pin Map WIZ630wi Pin Map WIZ630wi Pin Map WIZ630wi Pin Map .................................................................................. 59 13. 13. 13. 13. Dimensions .............................................................................................. 61 Dimensions Dimensions Dimensions 14. 14. 14. 14. Serial commands ..................................................................................... 62 Serial commands Serial commands Serial commands 15 ...

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    ... USB interface. Devices that communicates through serial communication use Serial-to-LAN, Serial-to-WIFI, Serial-to-3G, and Serial-to-WiBro; WIZ630wi can be used for TCP and UDP communication to the upper layer administration server. 1.1 EVB 1.1 1.1 1.1 EVB EVB EVB Construction Construction Construction Construction 1.1.1. Packaging 1.1.1. Packaging 1.1.1. 1.1.1. Packaging Packaging Figure 1. WIZ630wi-EVB Packaging 5 ...

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    ... WI WI Jump Jump ea ea cable cable cable cable Adapter Adapter 1ea 1ea Adapter Adapter 1ea 1ea Contents Contents Contents Contents WIZ630wi WIZ630wi-EVB 2dBi WI-FI Antenna (Dipole) Serial Cable LAN Cable WI-FI Jump cable (connection between Module and Antenna) DC 5V/2A Adapter Table 1. WIZ630wi-EVB Contents 6 ...

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    ... HW Interface 1.1.3. 1.1.3. HW Interface HW Interface HW Interface LAN ports Serial ports 1 USB 1 Config Switch WIZ630wi I/F Socket 1 Reset Button 1 WPS Button Power connector Figure 2. WIZ630wi Interface 7 ...

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    ... Built-in 1 WAN and 2 LAN ports USB / 2 Serial Ports supports Working as Wi-Fi Router Working as 3G Router Working as Wibro / Wimax Router WEP 64/128bit, WPA/WPA2-PSK TKIP, AES and 802.1x 802.11e and WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) Router and Firewall function supported Serial to WiFi/Ethernet / Serial to 3G Internet / Serial to Wibro(Wimax) Figure 3. WIZ630wi Functions 8 ...

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    Specifications 1.3 Specifications 1.3 1.3 Specifications Specifications 1.3.1. 1.3.1. Wireless Specifications 1.3.1. 1.3.1. Wireless Specifications Wireless Specifications Wireless Specifications Type Type Type Type Wireless Standard Wireless Standard Wireless Standard Wireless Standard IEEE802.11b/g/n USA: 2.400 ~ 2.483GHz Europe: 2.400 ~ ...

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    Hardware 1.3.2. 1.3.2. Hardware Hardware Hardware Type Type Type Type Serial port : 2 EA Serial port Serial port Serial port LAN port : 3EA LAN port LAN port LAN port USB port : 1 USB Host Port ...

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    Software 1.3.3. 1.3.3. Software Software Software Type Type Type Type Operation Mode Operation Mode Operation Mode Operation Mode Protocol Protocol Protocol Protocol Security Security Security Security Management Management Management Management Notification Notification Notification Notification Serial ...

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    ... Web page of WIZ610wi Some items may be not supported depending on the version. 2.1 Web address 2.1 Web address 2.1 2.1 Web address Web address Open a web browser on user’s PC. Input the default IP address of WIZ630wi, “192.168.16.254” and click Enter. 2.2 Web Login 2.2 Web Login 2.2 2.2 Web Login Web Login ...

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    ... Type Type Type Type F/W Version F/W Version F/W Version F/W Version The firmware version of WIZ630wi is displayed. System Up Time System Up Time System Up Time System Up Time System up time displayed. Operation Mode Operation Mode Operation Mode Operation Mode System operation mode displayed. Internet Configuration Internet Configuration Internet Configuration Internet Configuration Information of the external network is displayed ...

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    ... In this mode, all Ethernet ports and wireless interface are bridged together. Wired/Wireless interface has the same IP address space with its top mesh. DHCP Server function is disabled and WIZ630wi does not assign an IP. Wireless (LAN Port included) sending periodic Broadcast Packet to Station and maintains a connection with Station ...

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    There is no communication between the LAN Port and Wireless I/F (ad-hoc). WAN ad-hoc: OK WAN LAN: OK ad-hoc ad-hoc: OK ad-hoc LAN: No Communication 15 ...

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    ... Internet connection setting 4.1 4.1 Internet connection setting Internet connection setting Select the internet service type and WIZ630wi can connect to the internet If users would like to access to Internet, Gateway Mode should be selected. Type Type Type Type Select the communication ways for Internet’s connection ...

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    Input the network information that got from ISP (such as IP, Subnet, Gateway, DNS) PPPoE(ADSL) PPPoE(ADSL) PPPoE(ADSL) PPPoE(ADSL) -. User Name: -. Password: -. Operation Mode Mode 3G Mode 3G 3G Mode Mode -. 17 ...

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    ... Local network setting 4.2 Local network setting 4.2 4.2 Local network setting Local network setting WIZ630wi internal IP setting, DHCP server setting and DHCP. Type Type Type Type IP Address IP Address IP Address IP Address Subnet Mask Subnet Mask Subnet Mask Subnet Mask MAC Address MAC Address MAC Address ...

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    DHCP Client 4.3 DHCP Client Information Information 4.3 4.3 DHCP Client DHCP Client Information Information The IP information that is assigned from the DHCP server is shown. Type Type Type Type Client’s host name is shown Host name Host ...

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    Static Routing Setting 4.5 Static Routing Setting 4.5 4.5 Static Routing Setting Static Routing Setting User can modify the routing table at static routing settings not recommend any modification. Type Type Type Type Destination Destination Destination Destination ...

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    Wireless setting Wireless setting Wireless setting Wireless setting 5.1 Basic settings 5.1 Basic settings 5.1 5.1 Basic settings Basic settings This chapter is about basic setting for wireless LAN. Type Type Type Type Decide radio on/off ...

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    Enter the name of the wireless network. SSID SSID SSID SSID Select the channel of wireless network. Channel Channel Channel Channel AP or Wireless network status can be checked by notifying the SSID to the wireless Broadcast Network Broadcast Network ...

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    Advanced Wireless Settings 5.2 Advanced Wireless Settings 5.2 5.2 Advanced Wireless Settings Advanced Wireless Settings This chapter is about higher-level setting for wireless LAN Type Type Type Type Setting for wireless communication when using both 11b and 11g LAN ...

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    When a data that is larger than the threshold size, it can be sent RTS/CTS. Smaller threshold size may enable more stable wireless communication; however the maximum RTS Threshold RTS Threshold RTS Threshold RTS Threshold speed is lower. Smaller threshold ...

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    Wireless Security 5.3 Wireless Security 5.3 5.3 Wireless Security Wireless Security This chapter is about settings for wireless network security. Type Type Type Type SSID choice SSID choice SSID choice SSID choice Security Mode Security Mode Security Mode Security ...

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    Wireless Security setting 5.3.1. 5.3.1. Wireless Security setting Wireless Security setting Wireless Security setting Authentication settings Type Type Type Type OPENWEP OPENWEP OPENWEP OPENWEP All users are authorized. SHAREDWEP SHAREDWEP SHAREDWEP SHAREDWEP Users only with correct network key ...

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    Wireless Authentication Setting 5.3.2. 5.3.2. 5.3.2. Wireless Authentication Setting Wireless Authentication Setting Wireless Authentication Setting Encryption Encryption Encryption Encryption Type Type Type Type OPEN WEP64 WEP64 WEP64 WEP64 SHARED/ WEPAUTO/802.1x WEP128 WEP128 WEP128 WEP128 WPA/WPA2/ TKIP TKIP TKIP TKIP ...

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    WDS 5.4 5.4 WDS WDS Setting WDS Setting Setting Setting Connection with different AP is possible with WDS (Wireless Distribution System) function. Maximum of four APs can connect through WDS function. 2 APs must use the same channel ...

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    WPS 5.5 WPS Setting Setting 5.5 5.5 WPS WPS Setting Setting The WDS function enables easier wireless network setting.. Item WPS WPS WPS WPS WPS Current Status WPS Current Status WPS Current Status WPS Current Status WPS Configured WPS ...

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    ... Wireless 5.6 Wireless network status network status 5.6 5.6 Wireless Wireless network status network status The status of the station that is connected to WIZ630wi is shown. The surrounding wireless AP’s status are shown.. Type Type Type Type Channel Channel Channel Channel SSID SSID SSID SSID BSSID BSSID ...

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    The Statistics of wireless communication is shown. Type Type Type Type Tx Success Tx Success Tx Success Tx Success Tx Retry Count Tx Retry Count Tx Retry Count Tx Retry Count Tx Fail after retry Tx ...

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    Serial Serial LAN(Wired and Wireless) LAN(Wired and Wireless) Serial Serial LAN(Wired and Wireless) LAN(Wired and Wireless) Individual settings for serial #1 / serial #2 are possible. Set the serial parameters for serial ...

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    ... Serial to LAN operation mode. ( Client Mode recommended) - Server : waits for connection. - Client : connected to the remote server of WIZ630wi - Mixed : not recommended Enter the IP address for WIZ630wi setting. Enter the port number for remote serial data server host PC. Interval of TCP reconnection. ...

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    ... For example: In-come LAN Data : “abcdegf” Output data to Serial Port : “!MAIN!abcdegf” Before sending data from Aux port to serial port, WIZ630wi added a TAG in the front of payload. For example: In-come LAN Data : “abcdegf” Output data to Serial Port : “!AUX!abcdegf” ...

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    Firewall settings Firewall settings Firewall settings Firewall settings Only work at the Gateway Mode 7.1 DMZ 7.1 DMZ 7.1 7.1 DMZ DMZ Enable/Disable DMZ function A DMZ allows a single computer on your LAN to expose ...

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    ... Port forwarding Port forwarding When a computer on the internet sends data to the external IP address of the router (WIZ630wi), the router (WIZ630wi) needs to know what to do with the data. Port Forwarding simply tells the WIZ630wi which computer on the local area network to send the data to. When you have port forwarding rules set up, your router takes the data off of the external IP address:port number and sends that data to an internal IP address:port number ...

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    ... Packet 7.3 Packet filtering filtering 7.3 7.3 Packet Packet filtering filtering WIZ630wi can accept or block Internet packets according to pre-defined MAC or IP address First, please do basic settings Type Type Type Type Source MAC Source MAC Source MAC Source MAC Pre-defined source MAC address for MAC filtering function ...

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    Contents filtering 7.4 Contents filtering 7.4 7.4 Contents filtering Contents filtering Used to block certain websites (IP or domain names) Type Type Type Type Block all the websites whose domain is the input text For example, if you input ...

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    ... Type Type Remote management Remote management Remote management Remote management Settings about accessing methods from WAN to WIZ630wi’s embedded web server Telnet management Telnet management Telnet management Telnet management Settings about accessing methods from WAN to WIZ630wi’s telnet Ping from WAN Filter ...

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    Manage Managements ments Manage Manage ments ments 8.1 System Management 8.1 System Management 8.1 8.1 System Management System Management 41 ...

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    ... DDNS To use DynDNS, users should go to www.dyndns.org to create user name and domain name. And then, set related configurations by using WIZ630wi’s webpage. Similarly, to use freeDNS zoneedit, or no-ip,users should go to their homepage first to create user name and domain name. And then, set related configurations by using WIZ630wi’s webpage. ...

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    Type Type Type Type Export Settings Export Settings Export Settings Export Settings The setting files from the PC file are applied to the module. Import Settings Import Settings Import Settings Import Settings The system’s setting information is saved as a ...

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    Port 8.4 Port Setti Setting ng 8.4 8.4 Port Port Setti Setti ng ng Settings about wired port. In case of Gateway Mode, WAN port is set here In case of Gateway Mode better to use the ...

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    Packet 8.5 Packet Statistics Statistics 8.5 8.5 Packet Packet Statistics Statistics Type Type Type Type Memory Total Memory Total Memory Total Memory Total System Memory Size Memory left Memory left Memory left Memory left System Free Memory Rx Packet ...

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    System Status 8.6 System Status 8.6 8.6 System Status System Status Type Type Type Type Shows the firmware version. F/W Version F/W Version F/W Version F/W Version Shows the system up time. System Up Time System Up Time System ...

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    System Log 8.7 System Log 8.7 8.7 System Log System Log . . 47 ...

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    ... Client Client Station Station Mode setting Client Client Station Station WIZ630wi works as a WiFi client(station) which is always paired with a WiFi AP. Users can take Client Mode as an opposite of Gateway Mode 9.1 9.1 Client Mode Setting 9.1 9.1 Client Mode Setting Client Mode Setting Client Mode Setting ...

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    Type Type Type Type Profile Profile Profile Profile Profile Name SSID SSID SSID SSID SSID connected Channel information connected. Channel information is needed only when Channel Channel Channel Channel connecting with ad-hoc. ...

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    Link Status 9.3 Link Status 9.3 9.3 Link Status Link Status Shows the link status between wireless LAN and AP. Type Type Type Type Status Status Status Status SSID and BSSID of connected AP. Extra Info Extra Info Extra ...

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    ... Site Survey 9.4 Site Survey 9.4 9.4 Site Survey Site Survey Site Survey searches for AP surrounding WIZ630wi Select an AP and click the connect button. (If the module is rebooted, the module will connect to the previous profile.) Click “Add Profile” if user wishes to add to profile. Type Type Type ...

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    Packet 9.5 Packet Statistics Statistics 9.5 9.5 Packet Packet Statistics Statistics Station statistics shows the information of wireless data packet in station mode. Type Type Type Type Frames Transmitted Successfully Frames Transmitted Successfully Frames Transmitted Successfully Frames Transmitted Successfully ...

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    Station Advanced Configurations 9.6 Station Advanced Configurations 9.6 9.6 Station Advanced Configurations Station Advanced Configurations Set Station advanced configurations in station mode. Type Type Type Type Enable / Disable wireless LAN.. RADIO OFF RADIO OFF RADIO OFF RADIO OFF ...

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    ... Enable Direct Link function or not. Direct Link Setup Direct Link Setu Direct Link Setu Direct Link Setu In order to use Direct Link function, the AP connected to WIZ630wi and the Station to be connected must support Direct Link function. MAC Address MAC Address MAC Address MAC Address Enter the MAC Address of the station to be connected using direct link function ...

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    ... PBC Start PBC Start PBC Start PBC Start Attempts connection with AP by virtually clicking the PBC button. Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancels the AP connection attempt. Renew PIN Renew PIN Renew PIN Renew PIN Renews the PIN value of WIZ630wi. Description Description Description Description 55 ...

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    ... AP-Client Mode Settings are very similar to the Gateway Mode Settings. The picture below is the only added feature of AP-Client mode. One module operates as both AP and Station. The wireless module connects to a different AP and functions as WAN port. The channel of WIZ630wi must be identical to the channel connected Support wireless bridge. 10.1 AP 10.1 ...

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    WIFI Multi 10.2 WIFI Multi Bridge Bridge settings 10.2 10.2 WIFI Multi WIFI Multi Bridge Bridge Type Type Type Type Select Gateway or Bridge Mode. Operation Mode Operation Mode Operation Mode Operation Mode Wi-Fi is WAN: ...

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    Setting for ad-hoc mode is the almost same as the setting for Client (Station) Mode previously shown.. ...

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    ... WIZ630wi Pin Map WIZ630wi Pin Map 12. 12. WIZ630wi Pin Map WIZ630wi Pin Map Name Name Name Name ...

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    ... Table 5. WIZ630wi Pin Map 60 ...

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    Dimensions 13. Dimensions 13. 13. Dimensions Dimensions 61 ...

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    Serial commands 14. Serial commands 14. 14. Serial commands Serial commands Please refer to WIZ6x0wi Serial Command Guide 62 ...

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    ... WIZnet customers using or selling WIZnet products for use in such applications their own risk and agree to fully indemnify WIZnet for any damages resulting from such use. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ...