Allied Telesyn International Corp FastPrint Server Install guide

OmniConnect
MultiModem
Internet Access Device
Quick Install Guide
PN 613-10790-00 Rev. A
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Regulatory Compliance Information
Agency Approvals
The following agency approvals have been obtained for the LanEdge
OmniConnect MutliModem in the areas of Safety, and EMC. Note that the
LanEdge OmniConnect MultiModem is not required to comply with FCC Part 68
and other telecommunications requirements since it is not directly connected to
the PTT (Public Telephone and Telegraph).
Safety
UL 1950, CSA 22.2 No. 950, EN 60950, EN 41003
EMC
FCC Part 68, FCC Class B, Canada ICES-003 Issue 2 Class B,
EN 55022 Class B (CISPR22 B), EN50082-1, VCCI Class 2
CE Marking Directive
The CE mark signifies that the product meets the European Directive 73/23/EEC,
and 89/336/EEC.
EMC Information
LanEdge OmniConnect MultiModem product conforms to the requirements of
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 89/336/EEC. The installation
and maintenance procedures in the installation and configuration guide must be
followed to ensure compliance with these regulations.
EN55022B Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
equipment pursuant of EN55022. Class B equipment is information technology
equipment which satisfies the Class B interference limits. Such equipment should
not be subject to restrictions on its sale and is generally not subject to restrictions
on its use.
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Regulatory Compliance Information
FCC Class B Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Canadian DOC Compliance Notice
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions
for digital apparatus as set in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
Canadiene DOC Avis de Conformation
Le present appareil numerique n'emet pas de bruits radioelectriques depassant les
limits applicables aux appareils numeriques de class B prescrites dans le
Reglement sur le brouillage radioelectrique edicte par le ministere des
Communications du Canada.
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Operating Conditions for the EC
The LanEdge OmniConnect MultiModem routers conforms to the Low Voltage
Directive 73/23/EEC, and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
Operating Conditions for the United Kingdom
The following apply to the LanEdge OmniConnect MutliModem when used in
the UK:
1. This apparatus must be connected to a main socket outlet with a protective
earth contact.
2. Connection of power supply: LanEdge OmniConnect MutliModems are
intended for use when supplied with power from a supply providing 220-240
VAC, 50/60 Hz up to 1.25A.
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Table of Contents
Regulatory Compliance Information ïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïLLL
Agency Approvals ...................................................................................................iii
CE Marking Directive.............................................................................................iii
EMC Information ...................................................................................................iii
EN55022B Statement ......................................................................................iii
FCC Class B Statement.................................................................................... iv
Canadian DOC Compliance Notice............................................................... iv
Canadiene DOC Avis de Conformation ........................................................ iv
Operating Conditions for the EC............................................................................ v
Operating Conditions for the United Kingdom .................................................... v
Chapter 1
Introduction ïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïï ì
Overview................................................................................................................... 1
Work sheet ............................................................................................................... 2
Topology .................................................................................................................. 3
Chapter 2
Installation ïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïïï è
Verifying OmniConnect MultiModem Package Contents.................................... 5
Placing the OmniConnect ....................................................................................... 5
To wall mount a LanEdge product.................................................................. 6
To place a single LanEdge product on a desktop............................................ 6
To interlock a group of LanEdge products on a desktop ............................... 7
Connecting the OmniConnect................................................................................ 8
Verify your PC Configuration............................................................................... 10
Load OmniStart on the Host PC........................................................................... 10
Configuration screens............................................................................................ 10
Enter Password ............................................................................................... 11
External Modem Setup .................................................................................. 12
Dial-In Setup .................................................................................................. 13
DNS Configuration ........................................................................................ 14
Modem Parameter Verification..................................................................... 15
Advanced Setup Options (Finish) ................................................................. 17
LanEdge Publications ............................................................................................ 18
Where To Find Allied Telesyn and Technical Publications ......................... 18
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Overview
The OmniConnect MultiModem Internet Access Device connects users on a local
Ethernet LAN to the Internet over multiple (up to three) standard modem lines.
The illustrations below show the front and rear panels of the OmniConnect
MultiModem.
REAR
FRONT
Power Col
10Base-T LEDs
Ports 4, 3, 2, 1
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Activity LEDs
Modem 3, 2, 1
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Work sheet
Before you begin installation, use the following OmniConnect work sheet and
note the listed information for use during configuration.
OmniConnect MultiModem Work Sheet
‰
Standard modem line(s) is installed and accessible.
‰
Obtain information about your account from your Internet Service Provider
(ISP) :
— Login name ___________________________________________
— Password _____________________________________________
— Phone number(s) ______________________________________
— Domain Name ________________________________________
— Domain Name Server IP Address
(default 192.168.1.1 )____________________________________
‰
Plan your network topology by identifying the OmniConnect unit
connections.
‰
Verify that you have the hardware and cables necessary to complete the
installation. User supplied items include:
— 10Base-T Cables to connect each client workstation (1 provided)
— Modem(s) (up to three), serial cable(s) (DB-9 Female to DB-9 Female) to
connect to the OmniConnect, and telephone cable(s) (RJ-11) to connect to
the standard modem line(s).
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Topology
Plan your topology including the OmniConnect. The sample topology below
shows the OmniConnect MultiModem used for a group of PC users in a small
office network. In this example, four 10 Mbps PC NICs and three modems are
connected to the OmniConnect.
Legend
10Base-T Cable
Telephone Cable (RJ-11)
RS-232C
To Telephone
Line
To Telephone
Line
To Telephone
Line
Modem 1
(User supplied)
Modem 2
(User supplied)
Modem 3
(User supplied)
OmniConnect*
MultiModem
4
3
2
1
10 Mbps Workstations
*Note: Port 1 is either a Workstation or LAN
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Chapter 2
Installation
Use this section to verify your package contents, position the device, and
configure it.
Verifying OmniConnect MultiModem Package Contents
‰ One OmniConnect MultiModem Internet Access Device
‰ Accessory bag containing rubber feet and bumpers for desktop
placement, and screws for wall mounting the unit
‰ This Quick Install Guide
‰ One 10Base-T Ethernet Cable
‰ One analog telephone cable
‰ One two-piece AC power adapter
‰ A CD-ROM labeled OmniStart
‰ Warranty Card.
Placing the OmniConnect
You can wall mount a single LanEdge product, place it on a desktop, or interlock
two or more to form a single unit that occupies only one footprint on the
desktop.
Air vents are located on both sides of the LanEdge product casing.
Caution
Air vents must not be blocked and must have free access to the room
ambient air for cooling.
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To place your LanEdge product, see the steps that follow:
‰ “To wall mount a LanEdge product” on page 6
‰ “To place a single LanEdge product on a desktop” on page 6
‰ “To interlock a group of LanEdge products on a desktop” on page 7
To wall mount a LanEdge product
1. Do not install the rubber feet or bumpers if you are wall mounting the
product. If you previously installed the square rubber bumpers, remove them
using the following step. (The round rubber feet need not be removed.)
‰ To remove the square rubber bumper from the unit:
Place the unit upside down. For each bumper, insert the tip of a small
straight-slot screwdriver between the rubber bumper and the unit casing.
Press down on the screwdriver to pry the bumper off.
2. Prepare the wall by installing two screws (provided) at 9 1/4-inch (23.5 cm)
apart on center.
3. Position the unit onto the screws. Skip to “Connecting the OmniConnect” on
page 8.
To place a single LanEdge product on a desktop
1. Place the unit upside down.
2. Locate the round rubber feet and square rubber bumpers from the accessory
bag. Remove the paper cover from the adhesive and press a rubber foot into
each round receptacle on the bottom of the unit. Remove the paper cover
from the adhesive and press a rubber bumper into each square receptacle on
the bottom of the unit.
3. Put the unit on the desktop. Skip to “Connecting the OmniConnect” on
page 8.
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To interlock a group of LanEdge products on a desktop
If you are installing a LanEdge FastPrint Server, place it as the base (bottom) unit,
otherwise, place the OmniConnect as the base unit.
1. Select the base unit and place it upside down on a work surface. Locate the
rubber feet and bumpers from the accessory bag. Remove the paper cover
from the adhesive and press a rubber foot into each round receptacle on the
bottom of the unit. Remove the paper cover from the adhesive and press a
rubber bumper into each square receptacle on the bottom of the unit.
2. Place each of the other units upside down on a work surface. Locate the
rubber feet and bumpers from the accessory bag. Do not install the square
rubber bumpers. Remove the paper cover from the adhesive and press a round
rubber foot into each round receptacle on the bottom of the unit.
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The LanEdge products will not interlock properly if the square rubber
bumpers are installed on the interlocking (upper) unit; install these
bumpers only on the base unit.
3. Place the first LanEdge unit on the desktop as the base. If you are installing a
FastPrint Server, place it as the base (bottom) unit, otherwise, place the
OmniConnect as the base unit.
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4. Pry off the interlock cap at each corner of the unit: From the side of the unit,
insert the tip of a small straight-slot screwdriver into the opening of the
interlock cap. Press down on the screwdriver to pry the cap off.
5. Place the next unit over the base (stack) and press down on each corner to
snap the units together.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until all units are in the assemblage.
7. Continue with the installation instructions for each product, and then return
to “Connecting the OmniConnect” on page 8.
Connecting the OmniConnect
1. Connect the modem serial cable(s) (DB-9 Female to DB-9 Female) to the
OmniConnect at the rear panel connector.
2. Connect the modem to the standard modem line(s) using RJ-11 telephone
cable(s) (one provided).
3. Connect the Ethernet LAN devices to the OmniConnect at the rear panel
connectors. Use a straight through RJ45 cable (one provided) to connect to
the PC through a 10 Mbps or 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Network Interface Card
(NIC). To connect a LAN to the OmniConnect, use a straight through cable to
Port 1 and move the MDI switch to the ON position (use a non-conductive
[plastic] object to move the switch through the case access on the bottom of
the OmniConnect). This eliminates the need for a crossover cable.
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For your convenience, a flexible cable tie at the right rear of the LanEdge
chassis can be used to secure the Ethernet cables.
4. Apply power to the OmniConnect as follows:
Plug the AC power adapter provided with the unit into the correct AC power
source for this adapter. Next connect the DC cable from the adapter into the
OmniConnect DC input.
Verify that the Power LED lights (see LED table).
5. Verify that the Ethernet LEDs light green (see LED table).
For troubleshooting techniques, refer to your Installation Guide.
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You are now ready to configure and setup the OmniConnect. To continue, see
“Verify your PC Configuration” on page 10.
LED
Power
Col
Ethernet
Modem
Activity:
3, 2, 1
Color
Green
Amber
Green
Green
State
Description
On
The unit is receiving power, voltage is within the acceptable
range, and the power supply is working.
Off
No power.
Flashing
The unit is experiencing collisions on the LAN segment. It
is normal for this indicator to flash on occasion
Off
Normal operation.
On
The port is connected to a active 10Base-T repeater or
adapter and the link is active.
Flashing
The port is receiving data packets.
Off
Port is not connected to an active 10Base-T repeater or
adapter.
On
The modem is connected to an active line.
Flashing
The modem is receiving and transmitting.
Off
The modem is not active.
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Verify your PC Configuration
1. Verify that your NIC and network driver are correctly installed; the Ethernet
LED on the OmniConnect and the Link LED on the NIC should be lit. If
necessary, refer to the installation manual for the NIC and the PC.
2. Verify that the TCP/IP protocol is installed and configured on each PC
connected to the OmniConnect. For details concerning this, refer to the
“TCP/IP Network Installation and Configuration” section of your Installation
Guide.
Load OmniStart on the Host PC
Use these steps to install OmniStart on the host PC.
1. Insert the CD-ROM and, if needed, execute the setup.exe file using Run within
the Windows£95/NT Start button or by using Windows£Explorer.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the applications on the PC and
run the configuration applications. The process starts by displaying the
OmniStart Welcome screen, then automatically copies files to the PC, and
begins the configuration. (You will need the work sheet information your
prepared in Chapter 1 during the configuration.) For descriptions of some of
the required configuration screens, refer to “Configuration screens.”
The simple installation described here is for a configuration that does not have an
established network and uses the OmniConnect as a DHCP server to dynamically
allocate IP address for each client PC. For specific configuration information
when using the OmniConnect with an established network, or to define filters,
DHCP parameters, or other Advanced Setup Options, refer to your Installation
Guide.
Configuration screens
The OmniStart configuration and setup utility has several screens. In most cases
the onscreen setup instructions allow you to quickly and simply install and
configure the OmniConnect. This section presents some of the mandatory
screens where the user must enter information for a simple installation.
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Enter Password
Access to the OmniStart configuration utility is protected by a password. The
default password is omni. Enter omni in the dialog box titled Password and press
Enter or Next> to advance to the next screen.
To change the password from the default value, click the check box 'Select this box
to change the password' and then enter the new password in the New Password
and Confirm New Password dialog boxes and press Next>. This will change the
password to the new value. The maximum length of the password string is 15
characters and it may be any alphanumeric character. Pressing Cancel will
terminate the OmniStart installation.
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External Modem Setup
Each enabled modem has a Setup screen. The External Modem 1 Setup screen is
used to enter the Internet Service Provider (ISP) login, password and local
telephone access information for External Modem 1. The Internet Service
Provider (ISP) provides you a login name, password and a list of local telephone
numbers. Enter this information in the spaces provided. The OmniConnect will
use this information to establish a connection with the Internet Service Provider.
The Idle Time (seconds) may also be entered. The OmniConnect uses the Idle
Time parameter as the inactivity timer. It waits for Idle Time number of seconds
without any activity prior to disconnecting the connection with the Internet
Service Provider. Setting Idle Time to zero causes the connection to never time
out due to inactivity. The minimum value for Idle Time is 60 seconds and the
maximum value is 600 seconds.
Use this screen to configure the external modem manufacturer and model. Select
the Modem Manufacturer from the list and then select the Modem model
number. If the manufacturer of the external modem is not listed or not known,
then you can select Standard Modem Types as the manufacturer and then select
the Modem speed from the Modem 1 Model list. Additionally, to obtain some
special functionality from the external modem, a custom Modem Initialization
String can be entered by selecting Other as the Modem Manufacturer and then
entering the exact Modem Initialization String in the edit box. The Modem
Initialization String must always contain the string TIMEOUT 10. Enter the
required modem initialization string after this portion.
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Pressing the Dial-In Setup box allows users to dial in on a specific modem. On
the OmniConnect, any one of the three external modems may be set for Dial-In.
Press the Dial-In Setup box to advance to the Dial-In Setup screen.
Scripting is enabled by clicking the Login Script box and advancing to the next
screen. Pressing the Login Script box allows users to send a script to the ISP; see
“Dial-In Setup.”
Dial-In Setup
The Dial-In Setup screen is used to setup a particular modem for Dial-In. Using
the OmniConnect Dial-In feature, users can call into the OmniConnect and
access resources on the local LAN or browse the Internet using one of the other
modems that are configured for normal (Dial Out) operation.
To use Dial-In, select the check box entitled Enable Dial-In for modem number.
Only one modem (1, 2 or 3) may be enabled for Dial-In at any given time. The
authentication parameters used for the modem that is set for Dial-In use are the
login name, password and Idle Timeout specified in the Modem Setup (see the
previous screen). If the modem is not set for Dial-In, the login name, password
and Idle Timeout are used for outgoing connections to an ISP.
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For telecommuters and roamers who Dial-In, you have the option of allowing
PPP to assign the telecommuter (or PPP client) an IP address automatically or to
assign a particular IP address. The check boxes entitled “Use the default IP
address for Remote Computer” and “Use the following IP address for the Remote
Computer” allow the user to select between these two options. If “Use the default
IP address for Remote Computer” is checked (default), the remote computer will
be assigned the IP address of 192.168.2.5. If “Use the following IP address for the
Remote Computer” is checked, the IP address that is entered in the IP address
dialog box is assigned. Any IP address that is on a different subnet from the LAN
(default 192.168.1.1/224 subnet) is allowed. Normally, this parameter need not
be changed from the default.
Press Next> to advance to the next screen.
DNS Configuration
Use this screen to enter the domain name and IP address of the DNS Server used
by the ISP. This information is provided by the ISP. This information is required
only if the DHCP server is being utilized. The DHCP server will provide the DNS
information collected from this screen to all the DHCP clients. The DHCP Server
may be disabled by selecting the Disable DHCP Server option. When the Disable
DHCP Server is selected, the DNS Configuration information is not required and
may be left blank.
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The default DHCP address is 192.168.1.1.
Once this information is entered, press the Next > button to proceed to the next
screen.
Modem Parameter Verification
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The Modem Parameter Verification screen verifies the configuration of the
modems, the ISP information and the DNS information. Each of these
parameters are checked in tern for each modem that is enabled. If there is a
failure, an 'x' is displayed next to the failing item, and if the configuration is
correct, a check mark is displayed. As shown in the example above, Modem 1’s
configuration failed, while Modem 2 and Modem 3 are correctly configured and
their ISP information and DNS information are also correct.
Modem Configuration verifies that the modem is correctly configured, is turned
on and connected to a proper analog phone line. If any of these are not true,
Modem Configuration returns a failure.
Lastly, DNS Configuration verifies the DNS server address that is entered in the
DNS screen. If this is incorrect, this test returns a failure.
ISP Configuration checks to see if the ISP information (login, password and
phone number) are correct and a login is possible. If any of these are not correct,
this test returns a failure.
If there were any failures, press Next to go to the next screen, then press the Back
button to reenter the configuration and make corrections.
When the test returns satisfactory results, this concludes the setup process for a
simple installation. Press the Next button to go to the next screen.
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Advanced Setup Options (Finish)
Once the user has reached this Advanced Setup Options screen, all the minimum
parameters for a simple installation of the OmniConnect have been configured.
Press the FINISH button on this screen to exit the setup program. The
OmniConnect is ready for use.
The various options located on this screen may be used to setup various advanced
options.
For specific configuration information when using the OmniConnect with an
established network, or to define filters, DHCP parameters, or other Advanced
Setup Options, refer to your Installation Guide. Refer to “LanEdge Publications”
for a list of documents.
When needed, to restart the OmniStart setup, select the 2PQL6WDUW#
&RQILJXUDWLRQ option icon installed in the 2PQL6WDUW#0XOWL0RGHP folder.
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