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Setting Up a Wireless Network
for the M-Turbo® or S Series™ Ultrasound System
To archive wirelessly from the M‐Turbo® or S Series™ ultrasound system, SonoSite supports the network setup
described in this document. Use the setup instructions from the router manufacturer for general information only.
After connecting the ultrasound system, you need to configure a location through the Connectivity setup page on
the ultrasound system and to connect the wireless USB dongle. For instructions to configure a location, see one of
the following:
• DICOM for M‐Turbo or S Series Ultrasound System User Guide
• SiteLink™ Image Manager 4.1.0 User Guide and Supplement P08168‐01
For more information about the ultrasound system, see the ultrasound system user guide.
Additional copies of these documents are available on SonoSite’s Web site at www.sonosite.com.
The wireless USB dongle is a radio transmitter designed for use as a
mobile device as defined by the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC). Do not place the transmitter on a patient’s or user’s body. Ensure
that the transmitter is located at least 20 cm (8 in) from a patient’s or
user’s body. Locating the transmitter closer than 20 cm (8 in) to a
person’s body voids the user’s FCC authority to operate the equipment.
Operating the wireless USB dongle without a regulatory label or the
correct country stamp is illegal. See the documentation from the
manufacturer of the wireless USB dongle.
To avoid damage to the wireless USB dongle when using the MDSm or
MDS Lite II, remove or insert the USB dongle only when the system is in
the stand.
For environmental operating and storage specifications, see the
operating instructions from the router manufacturer.
System and hardware requirements
• M‐Turbo or S Series ultrasound system (1.2 or later)
• SparkLAN Wireless 802.11g USB Dongle
Additional hardware requirements for SiteLink™ Image Manager:
• LinkSys WRT54GS Wireless‐G Broadband Router
• Web browser on the PC (for example, Internet Explorer)
Connecting the ultrasound system
To archive wirelessly, you can connect the ultrasound system in one of two ways:
• To an existing wireless network
• To the router, which is connected to the PC
If connecting to an existing wireless network (the typical setup for DICOM users), you do not need the
router. DICOM setup requires a wireless access point on an existing wireless network with a DICOM server.
See your network administrator.
To connect and configure the router
Figure 1 The ultrasound system connects to the router, which is connected to the PC
Note: Note the information entered when configuring the router. You need the same information to configure the
ultrasound system.
1 Turn off the PC and the ultrasound system.
2 Remove the sticker from the back of the router, and connect the Ethernet cable to port 1, 2, 3, or 4 (See
Figure 2) and to an Ethernet port on the PC. (Do not connect the Ethernet cable to the Internet port on
the router.)
3 Connect the power adapter to the Power port on the back of the router, and connect to an outlet.
The power LCD and the Ethernet LCD on the front of the router light up.
Figure 2 Router Ethernet ports and Power port
4 Turn on the PC, and start a Web browser (for example, Internet Explorer).
5 In the address box at the top of the browser, type and then press the ENTER
6 In the dialog box that appears, type admin in the Password field. (The Username field is empty.)
7 Click OK. The Linksys setup wizard starts.
8 In the Network Setup section, select Disable for DHCP Server. See Figure 3.
Figure 3 Network setup for the router
9 Make sure that the Time Zone setting is correct.
10 Click Save Settings.
11 Click Continue
12 Click the Wireless tab.
The Wireless page appears. See Figure 4.
Figure 4 Wireless Network Mode and Name (SSID)
13 In the Wireless Network Mode list, select Mixed.
14 For Wireless Network Name (SSID), type a unique name of up to 32 characters.
This field is case‐sensitive and allows numbers. You will need this name later when configuring the
ultrasound system.
15 Select a setting from the Wireless Channel list.
16 Click Save Settings.
17 Click Continue.
18 Click Wireless Security.
19 Set up the security policy. For example:
a For Security Mode, select the WPA Personal. See Figure 5.
b For WPA Algorithms, select TKIP.
c Enter a WPA shared key. (The Wi‐Fi Protected Access encrypted key protects against unauthorized
network access. You will need this key later when configuring the ultrasound system.)
d Type a value for Group Key Renewal (or keep the default setting).
Figure 5 Set up the security policy
20 Click Save Settings.
The setup is complete. You can now import client certificates and configure a location on the ultrasound
system. See the SiteLink Image Manager 4.1.0 User Guide and Supplement P08168‐01.
For security, change the router password (on the Administration tab) after configuring the ultrasound
Client certificates
Although you can connect without client certificates, they help to ensure network security.
To import or delete wireless certificates
The system supports Base64 and DER encoded format and the following file types: CER, PFX, and PVK.
1 On the Connectivity setup page, select Wireless Certificates.
A list of certificates on the system appears.
2 Do one of the following:
• Import certificates: Insert the USB storage device that contains the certificates. Verify that the
certificates on the system plus those on the USB storage device do not exceed 20 certificates or 200K
of memory. Delete certificates if necessary. Then select Import on‐screen.
• Delete certificates: Select the certificates to delete, and select Delete.
Note: You can obtain certificates from your network administrator.
3 Select Back on‐screen.
4 Select Done on‐screen.
5 Restart the system.
Connecting the wireless USB dongle
After you connect and configure the router (if applicable) and configure a location on the ultrasound
system, connect the wireless USB dongle, which transmits the signal from the ultrasound system to the
To connect the wireless USB dongle
™ Insert the wireless USB dongle into the following USB port:
• (S Series) The USB port on the side of the ultrasound system.
• (M‐Turbo) Any USB port on the ultrasound system.
The system automatically detects the device. (Drivers are already installed.)
If you have trouble connecting the ultrasound system to the wireless network, see Table 1,
“Troubleshooting” on page 6 for suggestions. If the trouble continues, contact SonoSite:
SonoSite Technical Support
Phone (US or
Phone (Outside
US and Canada):
Or call your local representative.
Web site:
www.sonosite.com (Click Resources > Support & Service)
Europe Service Center
Table 1: Troubleshooting
The ultrasound system
does not connect.
™ Do any of the following for information about the network:
• Make sure that the following icons appear in the system status area
on the ultrasound system screen:
• Wireless
• Ultrasound‐connected
• On the ultrasound system, display the Network Status setup page.
The page displays three lines of general information about the
connection and five additional lines about the wireless connection (if
The ultrasound system
does not authenticate,
and the wireless icon
does not appear on‐
™ Do any of the following
• Make sure that the system is communicating with your access point:
Make sure that the network name on the system is the same as the
network name (SSID) of the access point. The default network name
is SONOSITE. The network name is case sensitive.
• If you use WEP or WPA‐PSK, make sure that your WEP keys or WPA
Pre‐Shared key match between the access point and ultrasound
system. These keys are case sensitive.
The Network Status setup page may show that you associated
successfully, but you are unable to get a DHCP address because the
WEP key is set incorrectly.
• If you select the 802.1x RADIUS security option, make sure that the
access point is turned on and properly configured with 802.1x
enabled and that the Shared Secret key between the access point and
authentication server match.
Use the PING utility from the server to make sure that the
authentication server is active and can communicate with the access
The system does not
display the wireless icon
after you select a valid
1 Remove the wireless USB dongle.
2 Verify the following:
• All wireless settings for the selected location are valid.
• The selected wireless certificate is in Base64 format.
• The system date and time are correct.
3 Insert the wireless USB dongle, and restart the system.
The system displays the
wireless icon but does
not communicate with
™ Make sure that the DICOM setup is correct. See DICOM for M‐Turbo and
You cannot import
wireless certificates.
™ Make sure that the USB storage device contains wireless certificates by
S Series User Guide.
viewing its contents on a PC.
M-Turbo, S Series, SiteLink, SonoSite, and the SonoSite logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of SonoSite, Inc.
DICOM is the registered trademark of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association for its standards publications relating to digital
communications of medical information.
The SonoSite product(s) referenced in this document may be covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 5722412, 5817024, 5893363,
6135961, 6203498, 6364839, 6371918, 6383139, 6416475, 6447451, 6471651, 6569101, 6648826, 6575908, 6604630, 6817982, 6835177,
6962566, 7169108, 7449640, D456509, D461895, D509900, D538432, D544962, D558351, D559390, and by the following counterpart foreign
patents: AU727381, AU730822, CA2373065, CN98106133.8, CN98108973.9, DE60021552.0, DE60029777.2, DE60034670.6, DE69730563.5,
DE6980539.6, DE69831698.3, FR0875203, FR0881492, FR0815793, FR1180970, FR1175713, GB0875203, GB0881492, GB0815793, GB1180970,
GB1180971, GB1175713, IT0881492, IT0815793, IT1175713, KR532359, KR528102, NO326202, NZ542968, RCD000897368-0001, SP0881492,
SP0815793. Patents pending.
Federal (United States) law restricts this
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SonoSite, Inc.
SonoSite Ltd
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