Allied Telesis AT-iMG634 - R2 User manual

AT-iMG634 – R2
USER MANUAL
AT-iMG634 – R2 User Manual
This User Manual covers the following product:
AT-iMG634 – R2
For a description of detailed functionality please refer to the Reference Manual.
For installation and safety instructions please refer to this User Manual.
613-000480_B
Copyright © 2008 Allied Telesis Holding K.K.
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CONTENTS
1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................3
2
IMPORTANT NOTICE................................................................................................................................................4
3
CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE..............................................................................................................................5
4
PRODUCT DETAILS....................................................................................................................................................6
TOP VIEW OF UNIT ...................................................................................................................................................................6
REAR VIEW OF UNIT .................................................................................................................................................................6
LED DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................................................................................7
REAR PANEL PORTS AND BUTTON DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................................................8
5
UNIT INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................9
6
CONNECTING THE AT-IMG634 – R2................................................................................................................ 10
ADSL CABLE CONNECTION..................................................................................................................................................10
LAN CABLE CONNECTION ...................................................................................................................................................10
DISCONNECTING POWER SUPPLY .........................................................................................................................................10
APPENDIX - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................. 11
1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT OPEN the product, remove screws or cover. To prevent
ELECTRIC SHOCK during normal use, the plastic chassis of the
product must be kept closed.
This unit contains HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES and should only be
opened by a trained and qualified technician.
DANGER: DO NOT WORK on equipment or CABLES during
periods of LIGHTNING ACTIVITY to avoid ELECTRIC SHOCK.
Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.
To avoid risk of electrical shock or fire, this device, connecting
peripherals and cables, should not be used in an outside
environment.
Air vents must not be blocked. They must have free access to
the environment air for cooling to prevent fire caused by
excessive heating.
To avoid the possibility of ELECTRIC SHOCK or FIRE caused by a
short in internal circuits, do not place the device in any of the
environments listed on point 2.
To avoid FIRE risk, use this unit only with industry standard plugs
and wiring suitable for your territory.
Be careful not to drop water or any other harmful substance onto
the product. This could lead to fire or electric shock. If the unit
might get in contact with liquids, unplug the power and contact
your support center or sales stores.
This product contains parts that are sensitive to static shock.
Please avoid touching interface connectors with bare hands.
This could lead to fire or electric shock.
Take care when handling the power cable and plug:
•
Do not strain the power cable
•
Do not place near a heater or stove
•
Unplug the power cable using the plug
Keep the product free away from dust and maintain it clean.
Unplug before cleaning.
Only the power adapter supplied with this unit is guaranteed to
function correctly with it.
Do not drop the unit, handle with care.
If really dirt, clean using a soft, damp cloth with a neutral detergent.
Then dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use oil, cleanser, thinner, petrol, wax, boiled water and
powdered soap (please follow the instructions when you use a
chemical duster).
2
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Do not use or store the device:
•
In direct sunlight.
•
In a hot environment.
•
In a low-airflow environment, such as a drawer or a closet, while the unit is turned
on. Restricting airflow can damage the unit or cause a fire.
•
Where there could be a sudden temperature change
•
In a damp place or near a liquid such as water. Humidity must be less than 80%.
•
In areas subject to a lot of vibration.
•
In dusty and/or carpeted areas.
•
In the presence of corrosive gases.
3
CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE
The following items are included in the package.
Contact your sales representative if any items are damaged or missing.
1. One AT-iMG634 – R2A or AT-iMG634 – R2B
2. One AC/DC power adapter
3. One CD user manual
Power Adapter
AT-iMG634WA/B
CD User Manual
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PACKAGE DOES NOT CONTAIN SCREWS.
4
PRODUCT DETAILS
Top view of unit
WLAN
Tel 1
Tel 2
PPP
ADSL
LAN
Power/System
Rear view of unit
Antenna
POWER
(AT-iMG634W Only)
LAN
ADSL
Tel
LED description
Led
Power/
System
PPP
LAN
WLAN
ADSL
State
Green light on
The device is receiving power;
voltage is within the acceptable range
Red light on
temporarily
after power on
Boot phase
Red light on
continuous
An abnormal operating condition
Red light flashing
Software upgrade in progress
Red light off
The system is working normally
Green light on
PPP Link up
Red light off
No PPP link established
Left Green light on
Link up
Left Green light off
Link down
Left Green light flashing
Link activity
Green light on
Link up
Green light flashing
Transmission and reception of packets
Green light on
Link up
Green light off or
flashing slowly
Link down
Green light flashing
quickly
Link training
Green light on
LED turns on green when you lift the
receiver of the telephone or fax
connected to at least one VoIP port and
remains on during the call
Green light off
Link down
Green light flashing
VoIP network is available
Left Green light on
Link up
Left Green light off
Link down
Left Green light flashing
Link activity
Right Green light on
100Mbps link
Right Green light off
10Mbps link
Tel 1/
Tel 2
LANx
Function
Rear panel ports and button description
Function
Tel Port
Connects analog telephone and fax through a telephone cord
Used to reset the unit; it causes the default configuration to be
loaded with the static IP address value of 192.168.1.1.
Default
Button
To reset, press the ‘default’ reset button through the ‘default’
hole. Then power the unit while keeping the button pressed.
When the system red light flashes to signal the starting of boot
phase, wait another 15 seconds and then release the button.
LAN Ports
(MDI-X)
Connects computer, HUB and switch with CAT.5 Ethernet cable
ADSL Port
Connects UTP from the ADSL network terminator
Power Cable
Provides the 12V DC power to this product. This product doesn’t
have a power switch, you have to plug or unplug the power cable
to turn the unit on or off
5
UNIT INSTALLATION
In order to be compliant with ITU-T K.21, the following auxiliary protection devices
are required:
1. Primary protection device such as EPCOS B88069X4960T502 must be installed
on the DSL Tip/Ring pair.
2.
Primary protection device installed on AC mains to limit surge energy into the
Xavi unit’s PSU to 390V
CONNECTING THE AT-IMG634 – R2
ADSL cable connection
Plug the ADSL cable into the ADSL port until you hear a “click” and make sure it is
correctly fixed by lightly pulling the ADSL cable. In the same way, Connect the plug on
the other end of the ADSL cable to the terminator.
LAN Cable connection
Push in the plug of the UTP cable to the LAN port until you hear a “click” and make
sure it is correctly fixed by lightly pulling the UTP cable. In the same way connect the
plug on the other end of the UTP cable to the network interface card of the computer,
or of the other LAN device.
Disconnecting power supply
This product doesn’t have a switch; it turns on automatically by connecting the power
cable. To turn it off, just remove the power plug.
⇒
Note about functions and services (AT-iMG634 – R2)
The VoIP Telephony provider may not offer all of the services that a standard telephony
network usually provides. Similarly, some telephone or fax functions may not be available on
the VoIP network. Please contact your VoIP Telephony provider for further details.
Appendix - Technical Specifications
Interface
ADSL port
LAN port
TEL port
WiFi
1 ADSL (6 pin RJ11 connector for Annex A,
8 pin RJ45 connector for Annex B)
4 10/100BASE-TX (8 pin RJ45 connector)
2 FXS (6pin RJ11 connector)
802.11b/g
Power
Input voltage
DC input current
Average power
12V DC
1.25A (DC 12V)
12.6W
Environment condition
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Operating Temperature
Humidity
-20°C to +40°C
Less than 95% (non condensing)
0°C to +40° C
Less than 80% (non condensing)
Size (with no projection)
215 (W) x 151.35 (D) x45 (H) mm
Weight
450g
MAC address table size
1,000 (Max.)
Memory Capacity
RAM memory
Flash memory
32 Mbyte
8 Mbyte
Product Certification
CE, FCC, UL
Compliances (All Products)
FCC Part15 Class B (only Annex A)
FCC Part 68 (only Annex A)
UL 60950 (only Annex A)
EN55022, EN61000-3, EN61000-4, EN55024
CE EN60950
CE EN 300 386
ROHS = EU directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE = EU directive 2002/96/EC
Compliances (Wireless Model Only)
ETSI EN 301 489
ETSI EN 300 328
WLAN electromagnetic compatibility
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EN 300 328 V1.7.1
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EN 301 489-01 V1.6.1
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EN 301 489-17 V1.2.1
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EN 50371
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
Notification for the placing on the market.
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.