Conel UR5 v2 User`s guide

UMTS router UR5
v2
and UR5 v2 SL
USER’S GUIDE
OBSAH
Contents
1.
2.
Safety instruction
Description of the router
2.1. Introduction
2.2. UMTS technology
2.3. HSDPA technology (High Speed Download Packet Access)
2.4. Delivery Identification
2.5. Antenna Connection
2.6. SIM Card Reader
2.7. Power Supply
2.8. Technical parameters
2.9. Description of the individual components of the router
2.9.1.
UMTS module
2.9.2.
Control microcomputer
2.10. User interfaces (Connectors)
2.10.1.
Connection of the PWR Supply Connector
2.10.2.
Connection of binary input and output
2.10.3.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – RS232
2.10.4.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – RS485
2.10.5.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – RS422
2.10.6.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – M-BUSD
2.10.7.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – CNT
2.10.8.
Connection of the ETH Connector
2.10.9.
Connection of the Connector USB
2.11. Technical specification of optional PORT1 and PORT2
2.12. Technical specification of I/O port
2.13. Modem status indication
2.14. Putting into operation
2.15. Mechanical external dimensions and mounting recommendations
3. Expansion port mounting
3.1. Expansion port mounting for UR5 v2
3.2. Expansion port mounting for UR5 v2 SL
4. Changing the SIM cards
5. Ordering code routers
5.1. Basic version
5.2. Full version
6. Configuration settings over web browser
6.1. Network Status
6.2. DHCP Status
6.3. UMTS/GPRS Status
6.4. IPsec status
6.5. DynDNS status
6.6. System Log
6.7. LAN Configuration
6.8. VRRP Configuration
6.9. UMTS/GPRS Configuration
6.10. Firewall Configuration
6.11. NAT Configuration
6.12. OpenVPN Tunnel Configuration
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6.13. IPSec Tunnel Configuration
6.14. GRE Tunnels Configuration
6.15. L2TP Configuration
6.16. DynDNS Client Configuration
6.17. NTP Client Configuration
6.18. SNMP Configuration
6.19. SMTP Configuration
6.20. SMS Configuration
6.21. Expansion Port Configuration
6.22. USB Port Configuration
6.23. Startup Script
6.24. Up/Down Script
6.25. Automatic update configuration
6.26. Change profile
6.27. Change password
6.28. Set real time clock
6.29. Set SMS service center address
6.30. Unlock SIM card
6.31. Send SMS
6.32. Backup Configuration
6.33. Restore Configuration
6.34. Update firmware
6.35. Reboot
6.36. Default settings
6.36.1.
LAN Configuration
6.36.2.
VRRP Configuration
6.36.3.
Firewall Configuration
6.36.4.
UMTS/GPRS Configuration
6.36.5.
NAT Configuration
6.36.6.
OpenVPN Tunnel Configuration
6.36.7.
IPsec Tunnel Configuration
6.36.8.
GRE Tunnels Configuration
6.36.9.
L2TP Tunnel Configuration
6.36.10.
DynDNS Configuration
6.36.11.
NTP Configuration
6.36.12.
SNMP Configuration
6.36.13.
SMTP Configuration
6.36.14.
SMS Configuration
6.36.15.
Expansion Port Configuration
6.36.16.
USB Port Configuration
6.36.17.
Startup script
6.36.18.
Up/Down Script
6.36.19.
Automatic update
7. Configuration setting over Telnet
8. Possible problems
9. Reference
10. FAQ
11. Customers support
12. Product disposal instructions
13. Guarantee Claim Guidelines
14. Guarantee certificate
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Symbols used
Danger – important notice, which may have an influence on the user’s safety or the function
of the device.
Attention – notice on possible problems, which can arise in specific cases.
Information, notice – information, which contains useful advice or special interest.
GPL licence
Source codes under GPL licence are available free of charge by sending an email
to info@conel.cz.
Declared quality system
ISO 9001
Conel s.r.o., Sokolska 71, 562 04 Usti nad Orlici, Czech Republic
Issue in CZ, 5/16/2011
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SAFETY INSTRUCTION
1. Safety instruction
Please, observe the following instructions:
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The communication module must be used in compliance with all applicable international
and national laws and in compliance with any special restrictions regulating the utilization
of the communication module in prescribed applications and environments.
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To prevent possible injury to health and damage to appliances and to ensure that all
the relevant provisions have been complied with, use only the original accessories.
Unauthorised modifications or utilization of accessories that have not been approved may
result in damage to the communication module and in a breach of applicable regulations.
Unauthorized modifications or utilization of accessories that have not been approved may
result in the termination of the validity of the guarantee.
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The communication module must not be opened.
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Caution! The SIM card could be swallowed by small children.
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Voltage at the feed connector of the communication module must not be exceeded.
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Do not expose the communication module to extreme ambient conditions. Protect
the communication module against dust, moisture and high temperature.
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It is recommended that the communication module should not be used at petrol stations.
We remind the users of the duty to observe the restrictions concerning the utilization
of radio devices at petrol stations, in chemical plants, or in the course of blasting works
in which explosives are used.
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Switch off the communication module when travelling by plane. Utilization
of the communication module in a plane may endanger the operation of the plane
or interfere with the mobile telephone network, and may be unlawful. Failure to observe
these instructions may result in the suspension or cancellation of telephone services
for the respective client, or, it may result in legal sanctions; it may also result in both
eventualities.
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When using the communication module in the close proximity of personal medical devices,
such as cardiac pacemakers or hearing aids, you must proceed with heightened caution.
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If it is in the proximity of TV sets, radio receivers and personal computers, the telephone
may cause interference.
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It is recommended that you should create an appropriate copy
of all the important settings that are stored in the memory of the device.
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backup
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2. Description of the router
2.1. Introduction
The UMTS router is a compact electronic device based on the UMTS module
which enables data transfers using HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS/GSM technologies.
Primarily, the router expands the capabilities of the UMTS module by the option
of connecting more PC’s by means of the built-in Ethernet interface. In addition, the firmware
of the
router
provides
automatic
establishment
and
maintenance
of HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS PPP connection. By means of the integration of a DHCP
server it provides the user with simple installation and Internet access.
In addition, the router is equipped with a USB 2.0 Host interface which is designed only
for connection to a USB device.
By customer request it is possible to equip the router with the PORT1 module, PORT2
module and extend the function of the UMTS router about RS232, RS485/RS422,
ETHERNET, M-BUSD or CNT (I/O module).
The UMTS router has two versions. The first version is basic UR5 v2 and the second
version is UR5 v2s SL in the aluminum box.
Examples of Possible Applications
• mobile office
• fleet management
• security system
• telematic
• telemetric
• remote monitoring
• vending and dispatcher machines
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2.2. UMTS technology
For radio terrestrial part UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System), which is
marked as UTRA (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access), is warranted 155 MHz band in frequency
band about the 2 GHz. It is bands 1900–1980 MHz, 2010–2025 MHz and 2110–2170 MHz.
The UMTS system is based on code division of carried channels – use the access
method WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access). WCDMA exploits direct spread
spectrum DS (Direct Spread). For transmission the UMTS network exploits two duplex
techniques – transmission modes FDD (Frequency Division Duplex), which is based
on separate frequency channels (i.e. uplink and downlink uses different channels) and TDD
(Time Division Duplex), which is based on separate time (i.e. uplink and downlink uses one
channel, in which both directions are changes in time).
UMTS network consists of three basic entities:
• Basic network CN (Core Network) – own core of network UMTS,
• network UTRAN (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network) – the radio access
network,
• users part UE (User Equipment) – entity, which allows the user to access
the UMTS network.
2.3. HSDPA technology (High Speed Download Packet Access)
HSDPA is an improved and extended version of the UMTS-TDD. HSDPA is available
for both UMTS FDD and for UMTS TDD. HSDPA raises significantly bit rate for downlink. It is
attained on the programmer level. It doubles capacity on BTS (Base Transceiver Station),
which allows process of data and signals from more users at one time. HSDPA is based
on a few innovations of network architecture; thanks to this, it has lower latency, faster
reaction on channel change quality and processing of H-ARQ (Hybrid automatic repeat
request) on transmission repeat. Transport channel for HSDPA effectively uses available
frequencies, on which transmits data packets together. Afterwards these packets are divided
between individual users according to specific algorithms.
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2.4. Delivery Identification
Specimen Label:
Trade name
UR5 v2 Basic
UR5 v2 SL Basic
UR5 v2 Full
UR5 v2 SL Full
Type name
UR-5-v2
UR-5-v2-SL
UR-5-v2-Full
UR-5-v2-SL-Full
Other
Basic version
Basic version in the aluminum box
Full version
Full version in the aluminum box
Example of expansion port PORT1:
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Trade name
Type name
Power supply
Expansion port RS232
Expansion port RS485-RS422
Expansion port ETHERNET
Expansion port M-BUS
Expansion port CNT
XC-232
XC-485422
XC-ETH
XC-MBUS
XC-CNT
Internal power supply
Internal/external power supply
Internal power supply
External power supply
Internal power supply
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Basic delivered set of router includes:
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UMTS router,
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power supply,
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crossover UTP cable,
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external antenna,
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clips for the DIN rail
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installation CD containing instructions.
In addition to the basics it is possible to deliver:
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one or two expansion ports RS232, RS485/RS422, ETHERNET, M-BUSD or CNT
(separation columns are in distribution),
Module can be connected only as follows.
PORT1
RS232, RS485/422, ETHERNET, M-BUSD, CNT
PORT2
RS232, RS485/422, M-BUSD
The router standard designed for:
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mounting to a panel using through holes (only UR5 v2 version),
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possibility to be put on a work surface,
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for mounting onto a DIN rail, the clips are included.
2.5. Antenna Connection
The antenna is connected to the router using the SMA connector on the front panel.
External antennas:
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2.6. SIM Card Reader
The SIM card reader for 3 V and 1.8 V SIM cards is located on the front panel
of the router. To initiate the router into operation it is necessary to insert an activated SIM card
with unblocked PIN in the reader. The SIM cards might be of different adjusted APN (Access
Point Name).
2.7. Power Supply
The router requires +10 V DC to +30 V DC supply. Protection against reversed polarity
without signaling is built into the router.
The power consumption during receiving is 1W. The peak power consumption during
data sending is 3.5W. For correct operation it is necessary that the power source is
able to supply a peak current of 500mA.
2.8. Technical parameters
UR5 v2
Complies with standards
HSDPA parameters
UMTS parameters
GPRS parameters
Transmit power
Temperature range
Protection
Supply voltage
Consumption
Function
Storage
Freely
In switch board
Reception
GPRS
UMTS/HSDPA
Dimensions
Weight
Antenna connector
User interface
ETH
USB
PORT1
PORT2
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EN 301 511, v9.0.2,
EN 301 908-1&2, v3.2.1,
ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1,
EN 60950-1:06 ed.2 +A11:09
3GPP rel. 5 standard
bitrate 3.6 Mbps/384 kbps
UE CAT. 1 to 6, 11, 12
Data compress 3GPP TS25.212
W-CDMA FDD standard
PS bitrate – 384/384 kbps
CS bitrate – 64/64 kbps
GPRS multislot class 10, CS 1 to 4
EGPRS multislot class 10, CS 1 to 4,
MCS 1 to 9
Class 3 (+23dBm) for UMTS 900/2100MHz
-30 oC to +60 oC
-40 oC to +85 oC
IP20
IP56
10 to 30 V DC
300 mW
to 3,5 W (GPRS transmission)
to 5,5 W (UMTS/HSDPA transmission)
42x76x113 mm (DIN 35mm)
UR5 v2 – 150 g
UR5 v2 SL – 280 g
SMA– 50 Ohm
Ethernet (10/100 Mbit/s)
USB 2.0 type A host
Optional RS232/RS485/ETHERNET/M-BUSD
or inputs/outputs (I/O)
Optional RS232/RS485/M-BUSD
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2.9. Description of the individual components of the router
2.9.1.
UMTS module
The UMTS module is used for HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS UMTS network wireless
communication. It is integrated in the printed circuit board. The slide-out SIM card reader is
accessible from the front panel. The SMA antenna connector is accessible from the front
panel.
UMTS Module
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Communicates in UMTS band 900/2100 MHz
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CS bitrate – 64/64 kbps
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PS bitrate – 384/384 kbps
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Supports W-CDMA FDD (Wideband - Code Division Multiple Access Frequency Division
Duplex) standard
2.9.2.
Control microcomputer
The core of the router is a 32-bit microprocessor with 512MB DDR2 SDRAM, 128MB
FLASH, 1MB MRAM, serial interface RS-232 and an Ethernet interface 10/100 Mbit/s.
The microcomputer is connected to the UMTS OEM module through the USB interface
and controls the communication via HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS. Towards to the user it
is connected on the Ethernet interface.
The software is built on the Linux operating system.
The router support services as like DHCP, NAT, Open VPN, IPsec tunnels, etc
The modem settings are saved in the FLASH memory. All modem configurations can
be done through a web interface (HTTP), which is protected by security password.
Actual firmware version: 2.1.1 (4.5.2011)
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2.10. User interfaces (Connectors)
On the front and back panel of router the following connectors are located
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one MRT 2pin connector (PWR) – for connection of the power supply adapter
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one RJ45 connector (ETH) – for connection into the local equipment
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one RJ45 connector (optional PORT1) – for connection of the local any arrangement over
RS232, RS485/422, ETHERNET, M-BUSD or CNT
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one RJ45 connector (optional PORT2) – for connection of the local any arrangement over
RS232, RS485/422, M-BUSD
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one SMA connector (ANT) – for connection of the antenna
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one USB-A Host connector (USB) – for connection of the devices to the router, USB
supports equipments with PL-2303 and FTDI USB/RS232 converter
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One MRT 3pin connector (I/O) – for connection of the binary input and output
Front panel UR5 v2 SL
Front panel UR5 v2
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2.10.1.
Connection of the PWR Supply Connector
Panel socket MRT 2pin.
Pin
Signal
Description
number mark
1
+UN Positive pole of DC supply voltage (+10 to +30 VDC)
2
GND Negative pole of DC supply voltage
Circuit example:
+
DC
Pin 1 – +UN
Pin 2 – GND
Router
The positive pole +UN is marked by a red socket on the power supply.
2.10.2.
Connection of binary input and output
Panel socket WURT MRT 3pin.
Pin
Signal
Description
no.
mark
1
2
3
BIN0
GND
OUT0
Data flow
direction
Binary input
Ground – signal ground
Binary output
Input
Output
The user interface I/O is for processing of binary input signal and to control (settings)
of binary output signal. Binary output is not switched to ground, by default configuration.
Circuit example of a Binary or output equipment with router:
+12 V
13
Pin 1 - BIN
Pin 2 - GND
Pin 3 - OUT
Router
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2.10.3.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – RS232
Panel socket RJ45 (RS232 – DCE – Data Communication Equipment).
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
Signal
mark
RTS
CTS
DTR
DSR
5
6
7
8
GND
RXD
CD
TXD
Description
Data flow direction
Request To Send
Clear To Send
Data Terminal Ready
Data Set Ready – connected to +4 V through
330 Ohm
GROUND – signal ground
Receive Data
Carrier Detect
Transmit Data
Input
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Input
Circuit example:
Meter
Pin 1 – RTS
Pin 2 – CTS
Pin 3 – DTR
Pin 4 – DSR
Pin 5 – GND
Pin 6 – RXD
Pin 7 – CD
Pin 8 – TXD
GND
RXD
TXD
Router
The router connection to the PC:
Cable KD-2
ETH
Router
PORT1
PWR
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cable KD2 is connected to serial port PC (example COM1)
The router connection to equipment with full-value RS232 interface:
Cable KD-2
ETH
PORT1
PWR
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2.10.4.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – RS485
Panel socket RJ45.
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
mark
GND
GND
TxRxTxRx+
TxRxTxRx+
+12 V EXT
+12 V EXT
Description
Signal and supply ground
Signal and supply ground
RS485 B (-)
RS485 A (+)
RS485 B (-)
RS485 A (+)
External power supply
External power supply
Data flow direction
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
ATTENTION! Power supply is selected on the expansion port RS485 by help
of a jumper, 2.11. If galvanic separation is required the converter must have an external
power supply.
Circuit example of the equipment with a router with data cable length less than 10 m:
Circuit example of the equipment with a router with data cable length more than 10 m:
With a RS485 data cable more than 10m it is necessary to use overvoltage protection
on the router side!
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2.10.5.
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Connection of the Port1 Connector – RS422
Signal
Description
mark
SGND
Signal and power supply ground
SGND
Signal and power supply ground
RxDReceive Data (-)
RxD+
Receive Data (+)
TxDTransmit Data (-)
TxD+
Transmit Data (+)
+12V EXT External power supply
+12V EXT External power supply
Data flow direction
Output
Output
Input
Input
ATTENTION! Power supply is selected on the expansion port RS422 by help
of a jumper, 2.9. If galvanic separation is required the converter must have an external
power supply.
Circuit example of the equipment with router with data cable length less than 10 m:
Circuit example of the equipment with a router with data cable length more than 10 m:
With a RS422 data cable more than 10m it is necessary to use overvoltage protection
on the router side!
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2.10.6.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – M-BUSD
Panel socket RJ45.
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
mark
GND
GND
TxRxTxRx+
TxRxTxRx+
+12 V EXT
+12 V EXT
Description
Signal and supply ground
Signal and supply ground
M-BUS B (-)
M-BUS A (+)
M-BUS B (-)
M-BUS A (+)
External power supply
External power supply
Data flow direction
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
ATTENTION! External supply is for converter M-BUSD!
If galvanic separation is required the converter must have external power supply.
Circuit example of the equipment with a router with data cable length less than 10 m:
Circuit example of the equipment with a router with data cable length more than 10 m:
With a M-BUS data cable more than 10m it is necessary to use overvoltage protection
on the router side!
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2.10.7.
Connection of the Port1 Connector – CNT
Panel socket RJ45.
Pin
Signal mark
Description
Data flow direction
number
1
BIN1/CNT1 Binary input/counter input
Input
2
BIN2/CNT2 Binary input/counter input
Input
3
BIN3
Binary input
Input
4
BIN4
Binary input
Input
5
GND
Signal ground
6
OUT1
Binary output (open collector)
Output
7
AN1
Analogue input
Input
8
AN2
Analogue input
Input
The user interface CNT is for monitoring and processing of analogue and binary
signals and to control (settings) of binary signals. Available are 2 counter and 2 binary inputs
or 4 binary inputs, 2 analogue inputs and 1 binary output. The settings of binaries
and counter inputs by the help of firmware in which the single input and output is defined.
Binary output is off by default configuration(is not switched to ground).
Typical connection of the router measuring circuits:
The router does not support to modify any signals of the CNT port, for example logical
functions.
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2.10.8.
Connection of the ETH Connector
Panel socket RJ45.
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal mark
TXD+
TXDRXD+
----RXD-----
Description
Data flow direction
Transmit Data – positive pole
Transmit Data – negative pole
Receive Data – positive pole
----Receive Data – negative pole
-----
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
ATTENTION! Port ETH is not POE (Power Over Ethernet) compatible!
The ETH router connection:
Switch
USB
UTP cable
ETH
Router
PORT1
PWR
2.10.9.
Connection of the Connector USB
Panel socket USB-A.
Pin
Signal mark
number
1
VCC
2
USB data 3
USB data +
4
GND
Description
Data flow direction
Positive pole of 5V DC supply voltage
USB data signal – negative pole
USB data signal – positive pole
Negative pole of DC supply voltage
The USB router connection:
USB
ETH
USB cable A-B
PORT1
PWR
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Router
Input/Output
Input/Output
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2.11. Technical specification of optional PORT1 and PORT2
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Expansion port RS232
Expansion port RS232
Power supply
Environment
Standards
RS232 specifications
(EN 1434)
LED port indicator
Green LED
Yellow LED
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Internal
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. operating bus current
Max. bit rate
Max. overvoltage
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
....
-20 .. +55 °C
-20 .. +85 °C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
15 mA
230400 bps
±30 V
20 m
Indicates Receive data
Indicates Transmit data
Expansion port RS485-RS422
Expansion port RS485-RS422
Power supply
Environment
Standards
RS485 specifications
(EN 1434)
LED port indicator
Green LED
Yellow LED
RS485
External
Internal
Supply power
Supply current
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. devices (each 1,5 mA)
Max. bit rate
Short circuit strength
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
RS422
+10 .. +30 V
....
Max. 1 W
Max. 4 mA
-20 .. +55 °C
-20 .. +85 °C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
256
38400 bps
Permanent
1200 m
Indicates Receive data
Indicates Transmit data
External or internal power supply of module Expansion port RS485/RS422 can
be made by wiring jumpers J2 and J3 on this module. If external power supply of the module
is required, jumpers J2 and J3 must be connected to pins 2 - 3. Internal power supply is
made by connecting pins 1 - 2 with jumpers J2 and J3.
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Interface behaviour of module Expansion port RS485/RS422 can be made by wiring
jumpers J4, J5 and J6 on this module. If RS485 is required, jumpers J4 and J5 must be
connected and jumper J6 disconnected. If RS422 is required, jumpers J4 and J5 must be
disconnected and jumper J6 connected.
Jumper placement can be seen in the picture below (module Expansion port
RS485/RS422 from TOP layer). We recommend that internal power supply is only chosen
in the event that it is not possible to ensure external power supply. If internal power supply is
chosen, converter RS485/RS422 is not galvanic separated.
Jumper J3
Jumper J3
Jumper J2
The jumper circuitry for internal supply
Jumpery J4 a J5
The jumper circuitry for RS485
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Jumper J2
The jumper circuitry for external supply
Jumper J6
The jumper circuitry for RS422
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Expansion port ETHERNET
Expansion port ETH
Power supply
Environment
Standards
Ethernet
(IEEE 802.3)
Internal
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. bit rate
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
....
-30 .. +60 °C
-30 .. +85 °C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
100 Mbps
100 m
LED port indicator
On ...................... selected 100 Mbit/s
Green LED
Yellow LED
•
Off ...................... selected 10 Mbit/s
On........................ the network cable is connected
Blinking ……….... data transmission
Off ....................... the network cable is not connected
Expansion port M-BUSD
Expansion port M-BUSD
Power supply
Environment
Standards
M-BUS specifications
(EN 1434)
LED port indicator
Green LED
Yellow LED
Both LED lights
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Voltage
Supply power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Max. devices (each 1,5 mA)
Max. operating bus current
Overload detection
Short circuit strength
Bus voltage mark
Bus voltage space
Max. total cable length
(300Bd, 200nF/km)
+10 .. +30 V
Max. 4 W
-30 .. +60 °C
-30 .. +85 °C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
30
60 mA
100 mA
Permanent
36 .. 43 V
24 .. 31 V
1000 m
Indicates Receive data
Indicates Transmit data
Indicates short circuit on the MBUS
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Expansion port CNT
Expansion port CNT
Power supply
Environment
Standards
Inputs/Outputs
Internal
Sleep
Operation
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Emission
Immunity
Safety
Isolation
2x counter
2x analogue inputs
2x binary inputs
1x output (open collector)
Voltage resistance
Sleeping mode
Others
LED port indicator
Green LED
Yellow LED
….
100 µA (counter
is functional)
2 mA
-30 .. +60 °C
-30 .. +85 °C
EN 55022/B
ETS 300 342
EN 60950
EN 60747
Max. 100 Hz,
ratio max. 1:10
0 .. 20 mA,
Rin 100 Ohms
reed contact
with J4 – 20mA
without J4 8µA
30V/100 mA
Permanent
Controlled
Indicates Binary input Bin0
Indicates Binary input Bin1
If active level is set as log. 1, electric current can be selected with jumper.
When jumper J4(viz. picture) is mounted on pins, electric current value is 20 mA.
When jumper J4 is not mounted, electric value is 8µA. If current value is 20mA, CNT has
higher consumption, also it has higher resistance to industrial noise.
Jumper J4
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2.12. Technical specification of I/O port
Port IO
Input/Output
Binary input
reed contact
with trigger level 1,3
up to 1,4 V
Binary output
120 mA/max. 30 V
2.13. Modem status indication
On the front and back panel of the modem there are altogether eight LED indicators,
which inform on the modem status. On every port are two LED indicators, which inform port
status.
Panel
Color
Description
Front
Green
PWR
Blinking ......................... router is ready
Permanently on ………..starting of the router
Front
Red
GSM
Blinking ……….. communication in progress
Front
Yellow
PPP
On......................join PPP connection
Front
Yellow
USR
Function selected by user
Front
Green
OUT
On......................Binary output active
Front
Green
IN
On...................... Binary input active
Front
Green
ETH
On ...................... selected 100 Mbit/s
Off ...................... selected 10 Mbit/s
Front
Yellow
ETH
On........................ the network cable is connected
Blinking ……….... data transmission
Off ....................... the network cable is not connected
Front
Green
PORT
Description by port (viz. Technical specification)
Front
Yellow
PORT
Description by port (viz. Technical specification)
Front
Yellow
SIM1
On......................SIM card 1 is active
Front
Yellow
SIM2
On......................SIM card 2 is active
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Description
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2.14. Putting into operation
Before putting the UR5 v2 or UR5 v2 SL router into operation it is necessary to connect
all components needed for the operation of your applications and the SIM card must be
inserted (the modem is off).
The modem is put into operation by connection of the power supply to the modem.
In the default setting the modem starts to login automatically to the preset APN. The behavior
of the modem can be modified by means of the web interface which is described
in the following chapter.
2.15. Mechanical external dimensions and mounting recommendations
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EXPANSION PORT MOUNTING
For the majority of applications with a built-in modem in a switch board it is possible
to recognize two sorts of environments:
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no public and industry environment of low voltage with high interference,
public environment of low voltage without high interference.
For both of these environments it is possible to mount modems to a switch board,
the following there is no need to have examination immunity or issues in connection with
EMC according to EN 60439-1 ed.2:00 + A1:04.
For compliance of EN 60439-1 ed.2:00 + A1:04 specification it is necessary
to observe next assembly of the modem to the switch - board:
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for round antennas we recommend to observe a distance of 6 cm from cables
and metal surfaces on every side according to the next picture due to the elimination
of interference, while using an external antenna except for the switch-board it is
necessary to fit a lightening conductor,
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before mounting a modem on sheet-steel we recommend using an external antenna,
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for single cables we recommend to bind the bunch according to the following picture,
for this use we recommend:
length of the bunch (combination of power supply and data cables) can
be maximum 1,5 m, if the length of data cables exceeds 1,5 m
or in the event of, the cable leads towards the switch - board, we
recommend installing over - voltage protectors (surge suppressors),
with data cables they mustn't carry cables with reticular tension
~ 230 V/50 Hz,
all signals to sensors must be twisted pairs.
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sufficient space must be left before individual connectors for handling of cables,
•
for correct function of the modem we recommend to use in the switch-board earthbonding distribution frame for grounding of power supply of modem, data cables and
antenna,
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the circuit diagram of the modem is on the following pictures.
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3.
Expansion port mounting
3.1. Expansion port mounting for UR5 v2
Attention! Expansion port PORT1 and PORT2 include when the router UR5 v2 SL is
switched off.
After removing front head of the box it is possible to take out the B-RB-v2
motherboard (position 1). The expansion port PORT1 (position 2) is connected to connector
J8 (see below) of the router B-RB-v2 motherboard (position 1) from TOP side. The expansion
port PORT2 (position 3) is connected to connector J3 (see below) of the router B-RB-v2
motherboard (position 1) from TOP side. The expansion port is mounted to the motherboard
by the help of three spacers (position 10). After mounting the expansion port the box is
inserted motherboard into box and kneaded front head in the box.
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Parts list and description
Part
Description
Number
1
UMTS router motherboard
1
2
Expansion port PORT1
1
3
Expansion port PORT2
1
4
Box
1
5
Front head
1
6
Spacers for expansion port PORT1 mounting to motherboard
6
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3.2. Expansion port mounting for UR5 v2 SL
Attention! Expansion port PORT1 and PORT2 include when the router UR5 v2 SL is
switched off.
After unscrewing four screws (position 11) on the rear panel (position 6)
and removing it is possible to take out the B-RB-v2 motherboard (position 1). The expansion
port PORT1 (position 2) is connected to connector J8 (see below) of the router B-RB-v2
motherboard (position 1) from TOP side. The expansion port PORT2 (position 3)
is connected to connector J3 (see below) of the router B-RB-v2 motherboard (position 1)
from TOP side. The expansion port is mounted to the motherboard by the help of three
spacers (position 10). After mounting the expansion port the box is screwed together
by the help of four screws(position 11).
Connector J3
Connector J8
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Parts list and description
Part
Description
Number
1
UMTS router motherboard
1
2
Expansion port PORT1
1
3
Expansion port PORT2
1
4
Left box part
1
5
Right box part
1
6
Rear head
1
7
Front head
1
8
Bottom box part
1
9
Top box part
1
10
Spacers for expansion port PORT1 mounting to motherboard
6
11
Screw for box completion
8
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CHANGING THE SIM CARD
4. Changing the SIM cards
Attention! Insert the SIM card when the router is switched off.
Changing the first SIM card:
Ensure that the modem is disconnected from the power supply. Press the small
yellow button next to the reader to eject the reader holder. Insert the SIM card into the reader
holder and slide it in the reader. Second SIM card SIM2 changes, as well as SIM1.
SIM card 2
SIM card 2
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SIM card 1
SIM card 1
ORDERING CODE
5. Ordering code routers
5.1. Basic version
Basic version includes one Ethernet port, one USB – Host interface, one SIM card
reader, one I/O interface and one optional port:
Optional port
Ordering code
Version without optional port
UR5 v2B set
Version with optional Ethernet port
UR5 v2B set ETH
Version with optional RS232 port
UR5 v2B set RS232
Version with optional RS485 port
UR5 v2B set RS458
Version with optional MBUS port
UR5 v2B set MBUS
Version with optional CNT port
UR5 v2B set CNT
5.2. Full version
Full version includes one Ethernet port, one USB – Host interface, two SIM card
readers, one I/O interface and one optional port:
Optional port
Possible participation
Version without optional port
Ordering code
UR5 v2F set
Version with optional Ethernet port
PORT1
UR5 v2F set ETH
Version with optional RS232 port
PORT1 a PORT2
UR5 v2F set RS232
Version with optional RS485 port
PORT1 a PORT2
UR5 v2F set RS458
Version with optional MBUS port
PORT1 a PORT2
UR5 v2F set MBUS
Version with optional CNT port
PORT1
UR5 v2F set CNT
Second optional port is written after first optional port in the ordering code.
Example:
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Full version with ethernet and RS232 port: UR5 v2F set ETH RS232.
•
Full version with ethernet and RS232 port in Metallic cover: UR5 v2F SL set ETH
RS232.
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6. Configuration settings over web browser
Attention! If the SIM card is not inserted in the router, then it is impossible to operate.
The inserted SIM card must have activated GPRS. Insert the SIM card when the router
is switched-off.
Monitoring of the status, configuration and administration of the router can
be performed by means of the web interface, which is available after insertion of IP address
of the modem into the web browser. The default IP address of the modem is 192.168.1.1.
Configuration may be performed only by the user "root" with initial password "root".
The left part of the web interface contains the menu with pages for monitoring
of the Status, Configuration and Administration of the router.
After green LED starts to blink it is possible to restore initial settings of the router
by pressing button RST on front panel. After press button RST it is restoration
of the configuration and reset (green LED will be on).
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6.1. Network Status
To view the system information about the modem operation, select
the System Information menu item. The bottom part of the window contains information
about the system memory usage. The upper part of the window displays detailed information
about active interfaces:
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eth0 – parameters of networks interface
ppp0 – PPP interface (active connection to GPRS/EDGE)
tun0 – OpenVPN tunnel interface
gre1 – GRE tunnel interface
ipsec0 – IPSec tunnel interface
By each of the interfaces is then shown the following information:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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HWaddr – hardware (unique) address of networks interface
inet – own IP address
P-t-P – IP address second ends connection
Bcast – broadcast address
Mask – mask of network
MTU – maximum size of packet, which is equipment able transmit
Metric – number of routers, over which packet must pass
RX packets – received packets, errors – number of errors, dropped – dropped
packets
TX packets – transmit packets, errors – number of errors, dropped – dropped packets
collisions – number of collisions
RX bytes – total number of received bytes
TX bytes – total number of transmitted bytes
It is possible to elicit PPP connection state from the network information. If the PPP
connection is active, then it is in the system information shown as ppp0 connection.
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6.2. DHCP Status
Information about IP addresses, which was leased to the router by the DHCP server,
is possible to find in menu in sum DHCP:
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•
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lease 192.168.1.2 (generally IP address) – assigned IP address
starts – information about time of assignation of IP address
ends – information about time of termination IP address validity
hardware ethernet – hardware MAC (unique) address
uid – unique ID
client-hostname – computer name
In the extreme the DHCP status can display two records for one IP address.
That could have been caused by resetting of network cards.
6.3. UMTS/GPRS Status
The item UMTS/GPRS in the menu contains up-to-date information about PLMN
(code of operator), cell, channel and signal quality of the selected cell, as well as neighboring
hearing cells and Uptime(time to establish PPP conection).
In the next part of window is show information about GSM connect in different period.
This and last day in period from 0:00 to 23:59, this and last week in period from Monday 0:00
to Sunday 23:59, this and last accounting period. Router is show minimal signal strength
(Level Min), average signal strength (Level Avr), maximal signal strength (Level Max),
number of cells, that will replace the modem (Cells) and availability PPP connect, which is
calculated us ration of PPP connect time and router power on time. After you place your
cursor on the maximum or minimum signal strength will show the last time when the signal
strength reaching the router.
In the middle part of window is shows information about transferred data and number
of connection both SIM card in period us in GSM statistic.
The PPP Connection Log is in the bottom of this window where information
about the make-up of the PPP connection is and pertinent problems on this formation.
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6.4. IPsec status
Information on actual IPsec tunnel state can be called up in option IPsec in the menu.
Detailed information on the description shown below can be found on the following link
http://www.freeswan.org/doc.html.
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6.5. DynDNS status
DynDNS up - dating entry result on server www.dyndns.org can be called up in option
DynDNS item in the menu.
6.6. System Log
In case of any problems with connection to GPRS it is possible to view the system log
by pressing the System Log menu item. The System log observes only connection to GPRS
and formation of IPsec tunnel. The upper part of the window displays possible errors at GPRS
connection establishment. After switching on the log daemon by pressing the Start button,
the bottom part of the window displays detailed reports from individual applications running
in the modem. To update the contents of the window press the Refresh button. By the help
of button Save it is possible to save the system log to the computer.
Program syslogd can be started with two options that modifies its behaviour. Option "S" followed by decimal number set maximal number of lines in one log file. Option "-R"
followed by hostname or IP address enable logging to remote syslog daemon. For starting
syslogd with these options you could modify script "/etc/init.d/syslog" or add lines "killall
syslogd" and "syslogd <options> &" into Startup Script.
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6.7. LAN Configuration
To enter the network configuration, select the LAN menu item. In the first part
of the window it is possible to define the network interface IP address
(IP address), the network mask (Subnet Mask) and media type (Media Type), in the majority
of cases set Auto-Negotiation. ETH network set in Primary LAN configuration, expansion ETH
PORT set in Secondary LAN configuration.
In the second part of the window is possible to define Default Gateway and DNS
server.
In the third part of the window, it is possible to define the DHCP server by checking
the Enable dynamic DHCP server option. In the window it is possible to define the beginning
(IP Pool Start) and end (IP Pool End) of the pool of IP addresses which will lease to DHCP
clients. By parameter Lease time is possible to define time after which the client can use IP
address.
In the fourth part of the Windows it is possible, by checking the Enable static
DHCP server option, to define leases up to six static IP Addresses, which conform to MAC
Address of the connected equipment etc.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
The DHCP server assign IP addresses to the connected clients from defined address
pool, IP address of the gate and IP address of the primary DNS server. It is important not
to overlap ranges of static engaged IP address with address allotted by the help of DHCP,
or collision of addresses may occur, thereby malfunctioning the network.
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Example of the network interface with dynamic DHCP server:
192.168.1.2
GSM/GPRS
ETH
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.3
192.168.1.4
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Example of the network interface with dynamic and static DHCP server:
192.168.1.2
192.168.1.3
192.168.1.4
ETH
GSM/GPRS
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.10
01-23-45-67-89-ab
192.168.1.11
01-54-68-18-ba-7e
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Example of the network interface with default gateway and DNS server:
192.168.1.2
192.168.1.3
192.168.1.4
ETH
GSM/GPRS
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.20
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6.8. VRRP Configuration
To enter the VRRP configuration select the VRRP menu item. VRRP protocol (Virtual
Router Redundancy Protocol) is a technique, by which it is possible to forward routing from
main router to backup router in the case of the main router failure. If the Enable VRRP is
checked, then it is possible to set the following parameters. Parameter Virtual Server IP
Address sets virtual server IP address. This address should be the same for both routers.
A connected device sends its data via this virtual address. Parameter Virtual Server ID
distinguishes one virtual router on the network from others. This implies that the main
and backup routers must use the same value for this parameter. The router, with higher
priority set by the parameter Host Priority, is the main router. According to RFC 2338
the main router has the highest possible priority - 255. The backup router has priority in range
1 – 254 (init value is 100). The priority value equals 0 is not allowed.
It is possible to set Check PPP connection flag in the second part of the window.
The currently active router (either main or backup) will send testing messages to defined
Ping IP Address at periodic time intervals (Ping Interval) with setting time of waiting
for answer (Ping Timeout). The function check PPP connection is used as a supplement
of VRRP standard with the same final result. If there are no answers from remote devices
(Ping IP Address) for a defined number of probes (Ping Probes), then connection is switched
to the other line. It is possible to use for example a DNS server of mobile operator as a test
message (ping) IP address. There's an additional way for evaluating the state of the active
line. It is activated by selecting Enable traffic monitoring parameter. If this parameter is set
and any packet different from ping is sent to the monitored line, then any answer
to this packet is expected for Ping Timeout. If Ping Timeout expires with no answer received
then process of testing the active line continues the same way like in the case of standard
testing process after first test message answer drops out.
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Example of the VRRP protocol:
Main router
Virtual server ID 5
Host priority 255
192.168.1.2
APN 1
ETH
192.168.1.1
10.0.1.3
APN 2
192.168.1.3
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Backup router
Virtual server ID 5
Host priority 100
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6.9. UMTS/GPRS Configuration
To enter the GPRS connection configuration select the GPRS menu item.
If the Create GPRS connection option is selected, the modem automatically tries to establish
GPRS connection after switching-on. In this window it is possible to define Username,
Password, authentificate protocol in the GSM network (Authentication), IP address
(IP Address) and phone number (Phone Number) for two different APN. If the IP address field
is not filled in, the operator automatically assigns the IP address when it is establishing
the connection. The router uses phone number *99***1# as default number. When it is set
other phone number, it will be use for establish GPRS or CSD connection.
If the APN field is not filled in, then the router automatically selects the APN
by the IMSI code of the SIM card. If the PLMN (operator number format) is not in the list of
APN, then default APN is “internet“. The mobile operator defines APN. The PLMN parameter
is possible to define in Operator item. Network Type item defines the way of data transmition,
respectively Automatic selection according to network availability or UMTS/HSDPA
or GPRS/EDGE technology. By parameter PIN it is possible to put PIN to the SIM card always
during the starting of the router.
Attention! If one SIM card is inserted into the router, which has two different APN’s,
the router cannot have the second SIM socket mounted. Otherwise it will switch to
secondary APN false. Also, correct PIN must be filled. For SIM cards with two APN’s
there will be the same PIN for both APN`s. Otherwise the SIM card can be blocked by
false SIM PIN.
The choice Get DNS address from operator is given for easier configuration on client
side. If this field is filled in, then the router tries to get an IP address of primary
and secondary DNS server from the operator automatically.
If the Check PPP connection option is selected, it has active control of connection
over PPP. The modem will automatically send the ping question to the selected domain
name or IP address (Ping IP Address) in periodic time intervals (Ping Interval). If the PING
failed, new ping be sent immediately. After three unsuccessfully pings on appropriate IP
address the router terminates connection and tries to establish a new connection. It is
possible to use, for example, the DNS server of a mobile operator as the ping IP address.
If the Enable Traffic Monitoring option is selected, then the router stops sending ping
questions to the Ping IP Address and it will watch traffic in PPP connection. If PPP
connection is without traffic longer than the Ping Interval, then the router sends ping
questions to the Ping IP Address.
Parameter Data limit set limit for data sending via GPRS. Parameter Warning
Threshold determine per cent of Data Limit in the range of 50% to 99%, which if is exceeded,
then the router sends an SMS in the form Router has exceeded (value of Warning
Threshold) of data limit. By the parameter Accounting Start it is possible to specify day
in month when it will start accounting defined in Data limit. If the parameter Switch to backup
SIM card when data limit is exceeded (see next) or Send SMS when datalimit is exceeded
(see SMS configuration) are not selected the data limit will not count.
At the bottom of configuration it is possible to set rules for switching between two
APN’s on the SIM card, in the event that one SIM card is inserted or between two SIM cards,
in the event that two SIM cards are inserted. Parameter Default SIM card sets default APN
or SIM card, from which it will try to establish the PPP connection. If this parameter is set
to none, the router launches in off-line mode and it is necessary to establish PPP connection
via SMS message.
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If parameter Backup SIM card is set to none, then parameters Switch to other SIM
card when connection fails, Switch to backup SIM card when roaming is detected and Switch
to backup SIM card when data limit is exceeded switch the router to off-line mode.
If PPP connection fails, then the parameter Switch to other SIM card when connection
fails ensures switch to secondary SIM card or secondary APN of the SIM card. Failure of the
PPP connection can occur in two ways. When I start the router, when three fails to establish
a PPP connection. Or if it is checked Check the PPP connection, and is indicated by the loss
of a PPP connection.
In case that the roaming is detected the parameter Switch to backup SIM card
when roaming is detected enables switching to secondary SIM card or secondary APN
of the SIM card.
Parameter Switch to backup SIM card when data limit is exceeded enables switching
to secondary SIM card or secondary APN of the SIM card, when the data limit of default APN
is exceeded.
Parameter Switch to primary SIM card after timeout defines conditions, how to switch
back to the default SIM card or default APN.
Parameter Switch to backup SIM card when binary input is active enables switching
to secondary SIM card or secondary APN of the SIM card, when binary input ‘bin0’ is active.
Parameter Switch to primary SIM card after timeout enable defines the method, how
the router will try to switch back to default SIM card or default APN.
The following parameters define the time after which the router attempts to go back
to the default SIM card or APN. The first attempt to switch back to the primary SIM card or
APN shall be made for the time defined in the parameter Initial Timeout, range of this
parameter is from 1 to 10000 minutes. In an unsuccessful attempt to switch to default SIM
card, the router on the second attempt to try for the time defined in the parameter
Subsequent Timeout, range is from 1 to 10000 minutes. Any further attempt to switch back to
the primary SIM card or APN shall be made in time computed as the sum of the previous
time trial and time defined in the parameter Additive constants range is 1-10000 minutes.
Example: If parameter Switch to primary SIM card after timeout is checked and
parameters are set as follows Initial Timeout – 60min. Subsequent Timeout 30min
a Subsequent Timeout - 20min.The first attempt to switch the primary SIM card or APN shall
be carried out after 60 minutes. Switched to a failed second attempt made after 30 minutes.
Third after 50 minutes (30 +20). Fourth after 70 minutes (30 +20 +20).
Parameter Initial Timeout sets the time after which the Router tries to make connection
with default APN, range of this parameter is from 1 to 10000 minutes. Parameter Subsequent
Timeout sets the time period for every other next attempt to make connection with default
APN, range is from 1 to 10000 minutes. Parameter Additive Constant sets the amount of time
which is added to every attempt at main connection establishment after unsuccessful defined
attempt (for example: Additive Constant is 15 minutes. After a second unsuccessful attempt at
main connection establishment time of next attempt is extended by about 30 minutes etc.).
Range is from 1 to 1000 minutes.
In the bottom part of the window it is possible to define access over CSD connection
by Enable Dial-In Access function. Access can be secured by used the Username
and Password. When the router is in offline mode, the router is permanently available via
CSD connection.
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If the Enable PPPoE bridge mode option selected, it activate the PPPoE bridge
protocol PPPoE (point-to-point over ethernet) is a network protocol for encapsulating Pointto-Point Protocol (PPP) frames inside Ethernet frames. Allows you to create a PPPoE
connection from the device behind router. For example from PC which is connected to ETH
port router. There will be allot Ip address of SIM card to PC.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Attention! We recommend checking the GPRS connection in case of uninterrupted
running.
Annotation:
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MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) – it is the identifier of the maximum size
of packet, which is possible to transfer in a given environment.
MRU (Maximum Receiving Unit) – it is the identifier of the maximum size
of packet, which is possible to receive in a given environment.
Default value is 1500 bytes. Other settings may cause incorrect transmission of data.
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6.10. Firewall Configuration
By the help of a firewall it is possible to set IP addresses from which are possible to
remotely access the router. The choice Allow remote access only from specified hosts is
given for easier configuration of hosts. In this firewall configuration it is possible to set up
to four remote accesses by the help of Source, Source IP Address, Protocol and Target Port.
Parameter Source defines if access is allowed to one IP address which is defined
by Source IP Address, or every IP addresses. In menu Protocol it is possible to specify
protocol for remote access, it is possible to allow all protocols (all), or only one protocol UDP,
TCP
or ICMP. By parameter Target Port it is possible to specify a port number.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Caution! Firewall doesn’t filter via Ethernet.
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Example of the firewall configuration:
TCP/1000
10.0.2.123
171.92.5.45
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ICMP
142.2.26.54
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6.11. NAT Configuration
To enter the Network Address Translation configuration, select the NAT menu item.
By checking off the Send all incoming packets to default server item and setting
the Default Server item it is possible to put the router into the mode in which all incoming data
from GPRS will be routed to the computer with the defined IP address.
If the Enable remote HTTP access field and port number is filled in, then configuration
of the router over web interface is possible. Choice Enable remote FTP access on port
and port number makes it possible to access over FTP. Choice Enable remote Telnet access
and port number makes it possible to access over Telnet. Choice Enable remote SNMP
access and port number makes it possible to access to SNMP agent. Choice Masquerade
outgoing packets option turns the system address translation NAT.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
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Example of the configuration with one connection equipment on the router:
162.209.13.222
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.1.2
In these configurations it is important to have marked choice of Send all remaining
incoming packets it default server, IP address in this case is the address of the device behind
the router. Connected equipment behind the router must have set Default Gateway
on the router. Connected device replies, while PING on IP address of SIM card.
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Example of the configuration with more connected equipment:
SWITCH
162.209.13.222
10.0.0.1:81
ppp0 10.0.0.1
10.0.0.1:82
192.168.1.2:80
10.0.0.1:83
192.168.1.3:80
192.168.1.4:80
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In this configuration equipment wired behind the router defines the address Server IP
Address. The router replies, while PING on address of SIM card. Access on web interface
of the equipment behind the router is possible by the help of Port Forwarding, when behind
IP address of SIM is indicating public port of equipment on which we want to come up.
At demand on port 80 it is surveyed singles outer ports (Public port), there this port isn't
defined, therefore at check selection Enable remote http access it automatically opens
the web interface router. If this choice isn't selected and is selected volition Send all
remaining incoming packets to the default server fulfill oneself connection on induction IP
address. If it is not selected election Send all remaining incoming packets to default server
and Default server IP address then connection requests a failure. If it is necessary to set
more than 8 rules for NAT, then it is possible to insert into start up script following script.
If necessary set more than twelve rules for NAT, then is possible insert into start up
script following script:
iptables -t nat -A napt -p tcp --dport [PORT_PUBLIC] -j DNAT --to-destination
[IPADDR]:[PORT1_PRIVATE]
Concrete IP address
[IPADDR]
and ports
and [PORT1_PRIVATE] are filled up into square bracket.
numbers
[PORT_PUBLIC]
6.12. OpenVPN Tunnel Configuration
OpenVPN tunnel configuration can be called up by option OpenVPN item
in the menu. OpenVPN tunnel allows protected connection of two networks LAN to the one
which looks like one homogenous. In the OpenVPN Tunnels Configuration window are two
rows, each row for one configured OpenVPN tunnel. The column Create switches on tunnels,
other columns contain values view set in the OpenVPN Tunnel Configuration windows;
configuration is possible by the Edit button.
In the window can be defined tunnel name (Description) and Protocol, by
which the tunnel will communicate. At choice is UDP, TCP server or TCP client protocol
which has to have defined port protocol (UDP port nebo TCP port). On off - side tunnel IP
address (Remote External IP Address), address nets behind off - side tunnel (Remote
Subnet), mask nets behind off - side tunnel (Remote Subnet Mask). By parameter Redirect
Gateway is possible to redirect all traffic on Ethernet. Parameter Local Interface IP Address
defines local interface IP address, parameter Remote Interface IP Address defines
the interface IP address of the off-side tunnel. Parameter Ping Interval defines the time
period after which it sends a message to off-side and by parameter Ping Timeout waits
on message from off-side tunnel. For OpenVPN tunnel right verify parameter Ping Timeout
has to be bigger than Ping Interval. Parameter Renegotiate Interval sets renegotiate period
(reauthorization) of the OpenVPN tunnel. This parameter is possible to set only
at username/password authentication or at X.509 certificate using. By parameter Max
Fragment Size it is possible to define maximum sending packet size. Sending data
is possible compress by lossless LZO compressions by parameter Compression,
compression has to be on both tunnel ends. By parameter NAT Rules it is possible to apply
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set NAT rules to OpenVPN tunnel. By Authenticate Mode it is possible to choose
authentication. On choice are none authentication, or by Pre-shared secret which set shared
key for both off-side tunnel; or by Username/Password which enable authentication by CA
Certificate, Username and Password; next can be X.509 Certificate (client), this enables
authentication by CA Certificate, Local Certificate and Local Private Key; last possibility is
X.509 Certificate (server) which enables authentication by CA Certificate, DH Parameters,
Local Certificate and Local Private Key. By the help of parameter Extra Options it is possible
to define additional parameters of the OpenVPN tunnel, for example DHCP options etc.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
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Example of the OpenVPN tunnel configuration:
192.168.1.2
192.168.2.2
A
ppp0 10.0.0.2
192.168.2.0
tun 0 19.16.2.0
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.1.0
tun0 19.16.1.0
B
192.168.1.3
OpenVPN tunnel
192.168.2.3
192.168.1.4
192.168.2.4
Default Gateway 192.168.2.1
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
OpenVPN tunnel configuration:
Protocol
UDP Port
Remote IP Address:
Remote Subnet:
Remote Subnet Mask:
Local Interface IP Address:
Remote Interface IP Address:
Compression
Authenticate mode:
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A
B
UDP
1194
10.0.0.2
192.168.2.0
255.255.255.0
19.16.1.0
19.16.2.0
LZO
none
UDP
1194
10.0.0.1
192.168.1.0
255.255.255.0
19.16.2.0
19.18.1.0
LZO
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6.13. IPSec Tunnel Configuration
IPsec tunnel configuration can be called up by option IPsec item in the menu. IPsec
tunnel allows protected connection of two networks LAN to the one which looks like one
homogenous. In the IPsec Tunnels Configuration window are four rows, each row for one
configured IPSec tunnel. The column Create switches on tunnels, other columns contain
values view set in the IPsec Tunnel Configuration windows; configuration is possible
by the Edit button.
In the IPsec Tunnel Configuration windows it is possible to define the tunnel name
(Description), off - side tunnel IP address (Remote IP Address), identification of off-side
tunnel or domain name (Remote ID), address nets behind off - side tunnel (Remote Subnet),
mask nets behind off - side tunnel (Remote Subnet Mask), identification of local side (Local
ID), local subnet address (Local Subnet), local network mask (Local Subnet Mask), sharable
key for both parties tunnel (Pre shared Key), service life keys (Key Lifetime) and service life
IKA SA (IKE Lifetime). Rekey Margin specifies how long before connection expiry should
attempt to negotiate a replacement begin. Rekey Fuzz specifies the maximum percentage
by which Rekey Margin should be randomly increased to randomize re-keying intervals.
Parameter DPD Delay defines time after which is made IPsec tunnel verification.
By parameter DPD Timeout is set timeout of the answer. If address translation between two
end points of the IPsec tunnel is used, it needs to allow NAT Traversal (Enabled).
If parameter Aggressive mode is enabled, then establishing of IPsec tunnel will be faster,
but encryption will set permanently on 3DES-MD5. Authentication is possible to set by
parameter Authenticate mode, at choice are following possibilities: Pre-shared key or X.509
Certificate. Parameter Pre-shared Key set shared key for both off-side tunnel.
At authentication by X.509 certificate it is necessary put in certificates CA Certificate, Remote
Certificate and Local Certificate and private key Local Private Key and Local Passphrase.
The certificates and private keys have to be in PEM format. As certificate it is possible to use
only certificate which has start and stop tag certificate. Parameters ID contain two parts:
hostname and domain-name. Items which can be blank, are used for to exact IPsec tunnel
identification. By the help of parameter Extra Options it is possible to define additional
parameters of the IPsec tunnel, for example secure parameters etc.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
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Example of the IPSec Tunnel configuration:
192.168.1.2
192.168.2.2
ppp0 10.0.0.2
192.168.2.0
A
B
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.1.0
192.168.1.3
IPSec tunel
192.168.2.3
192.168.1.4
192.168.2.4
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
Default Gateway 192.168.2.1
IPsec tunnel configuration:
Remote IP Address:
Remote Subnet:
Remote Subnet Mask:
Local Subnet:
Local Subnet Mask:
Authenticate mode:
Pre-shared key
A
10.0.0.2
192.168.2.0
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.0
255.255.255.0
pre-shared key
test
B
10.0.0.1
192.168.1.0
255.255.255.0
192.168.2.0
255.255.255.0
pre-shared key
test
6.14. GRE Tunnels Configuration
To enter the GRE tunnels configuration, select the GRE menu item. It is possible
to configure up to four GRE tunnels. In the GRE Tunnels Configuration window are four
rows, each row for one configured GRE tunnel. The column Create switches on tunnels,
other columns contain values view set in the GRE Tunnel Configuration windows;
configuration is possible by Edit button.
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The tunnels are active after selecting Create x GRE tunnel. In the singles window it
is possible to define the IP address of the remote side of the tunnel (Remote External IP
Address), internal IP address of the local side of the tunnel (Local Internal IP Address),
internal IP address of the remote side of the tunnel (Remote Internal IP Address), address
of the network behind the remote side of the tunnel (Remote Subnet) and the mask
of the network behind the remote side of the tunnel (Remote Subnet Mask). The GRE tunnel
is used for connection of two networks to one that appears as one homogenous. Last item
(“Pre-shared Key”) defines 32b number that identifies shared key of tunnel. This code must
be on both sides of same, differently router drops packets.
Attention, GRE tunnel doesn’t connect itself via NAT.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Example of the GRE Tunnel configuration:
192.168.1.2
192.168.2.2
B
ppp0 10.0.0.2
A
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.2.1
192.168.1.3
192.168.1.1
GRE tunel
192.168.2.3
192.168.1.4
192.168.2.4
Default Gateway 192.168.2.1
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
GRE tunnel Configuration:
A
Remote External IP Address:
Remote Subnet:
Remote Subnet Mask:
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10.0.0.2
192.168.2.0
255.255.255.0
B
10.0.0.1
192.168.1.0
255.255.255.0
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6.15.
L2TP Configuration
To enter the L2TP tunnels configuration, select the L2TP menu item. L2TP tunnel
allows protected connection by password of two networks LAN to the one which it looks like
one homogenous. The tunnels are active after selecting Create L2TP tunnel.
In the window it is possible to define L2TP tunnel mode (Mode) on the router side,
in case of client IP address of server (Server IP Address), start IP address in range, which is
offered by server to clients (Client Start IP Address), end IP address in range, which is
offered by server to clients (Client End IP Address), IP address of the local side of the tunnel
(Local IP Address), IP address of the remote side of the tunnel (Remote IP Address),
address of the network behind the remote side of the tunnel (Remote Subnet), the mask
of the network behind the remote side of the tunnel (Remote Subnet Mask), username
for login to L2TP tunnel (Username) and password (Password).
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
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Example of the L2TP Tunnel configuration:
192.168.1.2
192.168.2.2
ppp0 10.0.0.2
192.168.2.1
A
B
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.3
L2TP tunel
192.168.2.3
192.168.1.4
192.168.2.4
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
Default Gateway 192.168.2.1
Configuration of the L2TP tunnel:
Mode
Server IP Address
Client Start IP Address:
Client End IP Address:
Local IP Address:
Remote IP Address
Remote Subnet
Remote Subnet Mask
Username
Password
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A
L2TP Server
--192.168.3.2
192.168.3.254
192.168.3.1
--192.168.2.0
255.255.255.0
username
password
B
L2TP Client
10.0.0.1
--------192.168.1.0
255.255.255.0
username
password
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6.16.
DynDNS Client Configuration
DynDNS client Configuration can be called up by option DynDNS item in the menu.
In the window can be defined a third order domain registered on server www.dyndns.org
(Hostname), user name (Username) and password (Password). If you want to use a different
server than www.dyndns.org, fill in his address to the item server (Server). If this item is left
blank, the default server is used.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Example of the DynDNS client configuration with domain conel.dyndns.org, username
conel, password conel and default server http://members.dyndns.org:
If DNS servers are not assigned by the operator, then it is possible to configure it by
inserting of script into start up window:
echo “nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx“ > /etc/resolf.conf, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is
IP address of the first DNS server,
echo “nameserver yvy.yyy.yyy.yyy“ >> /etc/resolf.conf, where yvy.yyy.yyy.yyy is
IP address of the second DNS server.
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6.17.
NTP Client Configuration
NTP client Configuration can be called up by option NTP item in the menu.
In the window can be defined the address prime (Primary NTP server Address) and
secondary NTP server (Secondary NTP server Address), by the help of which the router,
after first interface to the GPRS from make power supply, will adjust the inner clock. Example
of NTP server address can be seenon ntp.isc.org/bin/view/Servers/StratumOneTimeServers.
By parameter Timezone it is possible to set the time zone of the router. By parameter
Daylight Saving Time is possible to define time shift.
By parameter Enable local NTP service it is possible to set the router in mode, that it
can serve as NTP server for other devices.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Example of the NTP configuration with set primary and secondary NTP server
and with daylight saving time:
6.18.
SNMP Configuration
To enter the SNMP Configuration it is possible with SNMP agent ver.1 configuration
which sends information about the router, eventually about the status of the expansion port
CNT or M-BUSD.
The Community item defines the password for access to the SNMP agent. Item
Contact identifies a person who manages the router together with information how to contact
this person, item Name is the designation of the router and item Location describes
the physical placing of the router.
By choosing Enable I/O extension it is possible to monitor binary inputs I/O
on the router, by choosing Enable XC-CNT extension it is possible to monitor the expansion
port CNT inputs status or by choosing Enable M-BUS extension and enter the Baudrate,
Parity and Stop Bits it is possible to monitor the meter status connected to the expansion port
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M-BUSD status. Parameters Enable XC-CNT extension and Enable M-BUS extension can
not be checked together.
Every monitor value is uniquely identified by the help of number identifier OID - Object
Identifier. OID is finished by „.9“.
For binary input and output the following range of OID is used:
OID
Description
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.3.1.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.3.2.0
Binary input BIN0 (values 0,1)
Binary output OUT0 (values 0,1)
For the expansion port CNT the following range of OID is used:
OID
Description
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.1.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.2.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.3.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.4.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.5.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.6.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.7.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.1.8.0
Analogy input AN1 (range 0-4095)
Analogy input AN2 (range 0-4095)
Counter input CNT1 (range 0-4294967295)
Counter input CNT2 (range 0-4294967295)
Binary input BIN1 (values 0,1)
Binary input BIN2 (values 0,1)
Binary input BIN3 (values 0,1)
Binary input BIN4 (values 0,1)
For the expansion port M-BUSD the following range of OID is used:
OID
Description
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.1.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.2.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.3.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.4.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.5.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.6.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.7.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.8.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.9.0
…
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.100.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.30140.2.2.<address>.101.0
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IdNumber – meter number
Manufacturer
Version – specified meter version
Medium – type of metered medium
Status – errors report
0. VIF – value information field
0. measured value
1. VIF – value information field
1. measured value
47. VIF – value information field
47. measured value
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The meter address can be from range 0..254 when 254 is broadcast.
Example of the MIB browser:
It is important to set the IP address of the SNMP agent (router) in field Remote SNMP
agent. After enter the IP address is in a MIB tree part is possible show object identifier.
The path to objects is:
iso->org->dod->internet->private->enterprises->conel->protocols.
6.19.
SMTP Configuration
To enter the SMTP it is possible configure SMTP client. Item SMTP Server Address
defines IP or domain address of the mail server. Username item specifies name
and password specifies password to email account. Last item Own Email Address defines
address of the sender.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
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E-mail can be send from the Startup skript. This command is used to email
with following parameters.
• -t
receiver Email address
• -s
subject
• -m
message
• -a
appendix
• -r
number of attempts to send email (default set 2 attempts)
Example to send email:
email –t name@domain.com –s “subject“ –m “message“ –a c:\directory\abc.doc –r 5
6.20.
SMS Configuration
In the SMS Configuration menu it is possible to select automatic sending of SMS
messages following power up (Send SMS on power up) and at the start (Send SMS on PPP
connect) or the loss (Send SMS on PPP disconnect) of the PPP connection and at data limit
exceeded (Send SMS when datalimit exceeded). With switch-on parameter Send SMS
when binary input on I/O port (BIN0) is active it is possible to define SMS for binary inputs
in window BIN0-SMS, which will be sent if this binary input is active. With switch-on
parameter Send SMS when binary input on expansion port (BIN1-BIN4) is active it is
possible to define SMS for each of four binary inputs in windows BIN1-SMS, BIN2-SMS,
BIN3-SMS and BIN4-SMS, which will be sent if those binary inputs are active. It is possible
to send information to three telephone numbers. Unit ID is the name of the router that it will
send an SMS message to. Unit ID may have a random form.
In the second part of the window it is possible to set function Enable remote control
via SMS. After this it is possible to establish and close PPP connection by SMS message.
This control can be configured for up to three numbers. If is set Enable remote control via
SMS, all incoming SMS are processed and deleted. In the default settings this parameter
is turned on.
If no phone number is filled in, then it is possible to restart the router with the help
of SMS in the form of Reboot from any phone number. While filling of one, two or three
numbers it is possible to control the router with the help of an SMS sent only from these
numbers. While filling of sign “*” it is possible ro control the router with the help of an SMS
sent from every numbers.
Control SMS message doesn’t change the router configuration. If the router is
switched to offline mode by the SMS message the router will be in this mode up to next
restart. This behaviour is the same for all control SMS messages.
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It is possible to send controls SMS in the form:
SMS
Description
go online sim 1
go online sim 2
go online
go offline
set out0=0
set out0=1
set out1=0
set out1=1
set profile std
set profile alt1
set profile alt2
set profile alt3
reboot
get ip
Switch to SIM1 card
Switch to SIM2 card
Switch router in online mode
PPP connection termination
Set output I/O connector on 0
Set output I/O connector on 1
Set output expansion port XC-CNT on 0
Set output expansion port XC-CNT on 1
Set standard profile
Set alternative profile 1
Set alternative profile 2
Set alternative profile 3
Router restart
Router send answer with IP address SIM card
By choosing Enable AT-SMS protocol on external port and Baudrate it is possible
to send/receive an SMS on the serial port.
By choosing Enable AT-SMS protocol on TCP port and enter the TCP port it is
possible to send/receive an SMS on the TCP port. SMS messages are sent by the help of
a standard AT commands. More about the AT commands in reference [1].
Choices Enable AT-SMS protocol on external port and Enable AT-SMS protocol
on TCP port mustn’t be chosen at the same time.
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After powering up the router, at introduction of the telephone number comes SMS
in the form of:
UR5 (Unit ID) has been powered up. PLMN:xxxxx,Cell:xxxx,Channel:xx,Level:-xxdBm.
Where PLMN is – number of mobile operator, Cell – number of cell, Channel – used
channel, Level – level signal
After PPP connect, at introduction of the telephone number comes SMS in the form:
UR5 (Unit ID) has established PPP connection. IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
After PPP disconnect, at introduction of the telephone number comes SMS in the form:
UR5 (Unit ID) has lost PPP connection. IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Configuration of sending this SMS is following:
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Example of the router configuration for SMS sending via serial interface:
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Example of the router configuration for controlling via SMS from every phone numbers:
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Example of the router configuration for controlling via SMS from two phone numbers:
The SMS is possible to do for example in HyperTerminal program. After establishing
connection with the router via serial interface or Ethernet, it is possible to do with SMS
by the help of the next AT commands (more about AT commands see reference [1]):
AT commands
AT+CMGF=1
AT+CMGS=”tel. number”
AT+CMGL=ALL
AT+CMGR=<index>
AT+CMGD=<index>
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Description
Set the text mode for SMS writing
Commands enables to send SMS on entered tel. number
List of all SMS messages
Read of the definite SMS (all SMS has our index)
SMS delete according to index
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For the text mode for SMS writing is used command AT+CMGF=1.
AT+CMGF=1
Enter
OK
The SMS message is created by the help of command AT+CMGS=<tel. number>.
After Enter button is pressed is displayed mark >, behind this mark it is possible to write your
own SMS message. The SMS message is sent by the help of CTRL+Z (SMS sending takes
a few minutes). SMS writing is possible to cancel by pressing Esc.
AT+CMGS=”712123456”
Enter
>Hello World!
CTRL+Z (keys combination)
OK
It is possible to find the new SMS by the help of command AT+CMGL=ALL. This
command reproaches all SMS messages.
AT+CMGL=ALL
Enter
+CMGL: <index>, <status>,<sender number>, ,<date>,<time>
SMS text.
+CMGL: 1,“REC UNREAD“,“+420721123456“, ,“08/02/02, 10:33:26+04“
Hello World!
where <index> is ordinal number of the SMS,
<status> is SMS status:
REC UNREAD – SMS unread
REC READ – SMS read
STO UNSENT – stored unsent SMS
STO SENT – stored sent SMS
ALL – all SMS messages
<sender number> is tel. number from which the SMS was receive,
<date> is date of SMS received,
<time> is time of SMS received.
It is possible to read the new SMS message by command AT+CMGR=<index>.
AT+CMGR=1
Enter
+CMGL: <index>, <status>,<sender number>, ,<date>,<time>
SMS text.
+CMGL: 1,“REC READ“,“+420721123456“, ,“08/01/12, 9:48:04+04“
Hello World!
Received SMS is possible to delete by command AT+CMGD=<index>.
AT+CMGD=1
OK
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6.21. Expansion Port Configuration
The expansion port configuration can be called up by airbrush option External Port
in menu. Inside the window can be defined Baudrate, number of Data bits, Parity, number
of Stop bits, Protocol and Mode. Split timeout is for messages.
In mode TCP server it is necessary to enter the TCP port, on which the router will
listen to incoming requests about TCP connection. In mode TCP client it is necessary
to enter the Server address and final TCP port.
At Check TCP connection it activates verification of coupled TCP connection. Inside
the window can be defined time, after which it will carry out verification of the connection
(Keepalive Time), waiting time on answer (Keepalive Interval) and number of tests
(Keepalive Probes).
In case of M-BUS expansion board installed and when chosen protocol is not M-BUS
or M-BUS TCP then sent data will be returned back to the device! If e.g. LINE protocol is setup on this port, then data will return back to the source.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Example of external port configuration:
PC
PLC
ppp0 10.0.0.2
ETH
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.1.1
RS232
192.168.1.100
Settings in application on PC:
TCP connection on 10.0.0.2:2000
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
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Settings in the router
Mode:
TCP server
Server Address: TCP Port:
2000
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PLC
PC
ppp0 10.0.0.2
RS232
RS232
ppp0 10.0.0.1
Settings in the router
Mode:
TCP client
Server Address: 10.0.0.2
TCP Port:
2000
Settings in the router
Mode:
TCP server
Server Address: TCP Port:
2000
6.22. USB Port Configuration
The USB port configuration can be called up by airbrush option USB Port in menu.
Inside the window can be defined Baudrate, number of Data bits, Parity, number of Stop bits,
Protocol and Mode. Split timeout is for messages.
In mode TCP server it is necessary to enter the TCP port, on which the router will
listen to incoming requests about TCP connection. In mode TCP client it is necessary
to enter the Server address and final TCP port.
At Check TCP connection it activates verification of coupled TCP connection. Inside
the window can be defined time, after which it will carry out verification of the connection
(Keepalive Time), waiting time on answer (Keepalive Interval) and number of tests
(Keepalive Probes).
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button
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Example of USB port configuration:
Equipment
PC
ppp0 10.0.0.2
ETH
ppp0 10.0.0.1
192.168.1.1
USB
192.168.1.100
Settings in application on PC:
TCP connection on 10.0.0.2:2000
Default Gateway 192.168.1.1
Settings in the router
Mode:
TCP server
Server Address: TCP Port:
2000
Equipment
PC
ppp0 10.0.0.2
USB
ETH
ppp0 10.0.0.1
Settings in the router
Mode:
TCP client
Server Address: 10.0.0.2
TCP Port:
2000
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Mode:
TCP server
Server Address: TCP Port:
2000
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6.23. Startup Script
In the window Startup Script it is possible to create own scripts which will be executed
after all initial scripts. This script is not stored or restored when using web interface backup
or restores option.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Change take effect after restarting router by the help of button Reboot in web
administration or by SMS message.
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6.24. Up/Down Script
In the window Up/Down Script it is possible to create own scripts. In the item Up script
is defined scripts, which begins after establishing a PPP connection. In the item Down Script
is defines script, which begins after lost a PPP connection. This script is not stored
or restored when using web interface backup or restores option.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
Change take effect after restarting router by the help of button Reboot in web
administration or by SMS message.
6.25. Automatic update configuration
In the window Automatic update it is possible to set automatic configuration update.
This choice enables that the router automatically downloads the configuration
and the newest firmware from the server itself. The configuration and firmware are stores
on the server.
By Enable automatic update of configuration it is possible to enable automatic
configuration update and by Enable automatic update of firmware it is possible to enable
firmware update.
In the item source can be set, where new firmware download. If HTTP / FTP server
selected, new firmware look at address in the Base URL item. If is selected USB flash drive,
router finds current firmware in the root directory of the connected USB device. If Both is
selected router is looking for the newest firmware from both sources.
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By parameter Base URL it is possible to enter base part of the domain
or IP address, from which the configuration file will be downloaded. In the case that Unit ID is
empty, the contents of parameter Unite ID or MAC address is added to Base URL.
The configuration file name is from parameter Base URL, hardware MAC address of ETH0
interface and cfg extension. Hardware MAC address and cfg extension is connected
automatically and it isn’t needed to enter this. By parameter Unit ID enabled it defines
the concrete configuration name which will be download to the router. When using parameter
Unit ID, hardware MAC address in configuration name will not be used.
Automatic configuration update starts 5 minutes after turning on the router
and then every 24 hours or it is possible to set the time of automatic configuration in
parameter Update Hour. If the entered URL is different configuration than in the router then
the router downloads this configuration and restarts itself.
The changes in settings will apply after pressing the Apply button.
6.26. Change profile
To open the dialog box for changing profile select the Change Profile menu item.
Profile switch is making by press the button Apply. Change take effect after restarting router
by the help of button Reboot in web administration or by SMS message. It is possible select
the standard profile or up to three alternative profiles. It is possible to copy actual
configuration to selected configuration by selecting Copy settings from current profile
to selected profile.
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6.27. Change password
To open the dialog box for changing the access password select the Change Password
menu item. The new password will be saved after pressing the Apply button.
In basic settings of the router the password is set on default form root. For higher
security of your network we recommend changing this password.
6.28. Set real time clock
One - shot inner clock of the router setting can be called up in option Set Real Time
Clock item in the menu. Clocks are set according to the engaged NTP server after pushbutton operation Apply.
6.29. Set SMS service center address
In some cases it is needed to set the phone number of the SMS service centre
because of SMS sending. This parameter can not be set when the SIM card has set phone
number of the SMS service centre. The phone number can be formed without international
prefix xxx xxx xxx or with international prefix for example +420 xxx xxx xxx.
6.30. Unlock SIM card
Possibility to unlock SIM PIN is under Unlock SIM Card item. If the inserted SIM card
is secured by a PIN number, enter the PIN to field SIM PIN and push-button Apply.
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6.31. Send SMS
Sending SMS messages is possible in menu Send SMS. The SMS message will
be sent after entering the Phone number and text SMS (Message) and by pushing button
Send.
SMS message sending via HTTP request is in the form:
GET /send_exec.cgi?phone=%2B420712345678&message=Test HTTP/1.1
Authorization: Basic cm9vdDpyb290
HTTP request will be sent to TCP connection on router port 80 which sends an SMS
message Test to phone number 420712345678. Authorization is in the format
"user:password" coded by BASE64, example is for root:root.
6.32. Backup Configuration
The router configuration is possible to save by help of the Backup Configuration menu
item. After clicking on this menu it is possible to check a destination directory, where it will
save the router configuration.
6.33. Restore Configuration
In case it is needed to restore the router configuration, it is possible in Restore
Configuration menu item to check configuration by help Browse button.
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6.34. Update firmware
To view the information about the firmware version and instructions for its update select
the Update Firmware menu item. The new firmware will be checked after pressing Browse
button and update the following pressing the Update button.
After successful firmware updating the following statement is listed:
There is information about updating of the FLASH memory.
By firmware actualization from 1.0.5 version the router configuration is remains include
IP address. By actualization older firmware than 1.0.5 the IP address will be set
on 192.168.1.1 and all values are in defaults state. From firmware version 2.0.3 is provided
simply file name check of new firmware file. Upload firmware of different device can cause
damage of the router! Total update time lasts for 3 - 4 minutes. During updating of the firmware
permanent power supply has to be maintained. We strongly recommend not using distant
update because of blackout GPRS connection.
6.35. Reboot
To reboot the router select the Reboot menu item and then press the Reboot button.
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6.36. Default settings
After green LED starts to blink it is possible to restore initial settings of the router
by pressing button RST on front panel. After press button RST it is restoration
of the configuration and reset (green LED will be on).
6.36.1.
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6.36.2.
VRRP Configuration
6.36.3.
Firewall Configuration
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6.36.8.
GRE Tunnels Configuration
6.36.9.
L2TP Tunnel Configuration
6.36.10.
DynDNS Configuration
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6.36.11.
NTP Configuration
6.36.12.
SNMP Configuration
6.36.13.
SMTP Configuration
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6.36.15.
Expansion Port Configuration
6.36.16.
USB Port Configuration
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6.36.17.
Startup script
6.36.18.
Up/Down Script
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7. Configuration setting over Telnet
Attention! If the SIM card isn’t inserted in the router, it is impossible for the router
to operate. The Included SIM card must be activated for GPRS transmissions. Insert the SIM
card when the router is switched off.
Monitoring of status, configuration and administration of the router can be performed
by means of the Telnet interface. After IP address entry to the Telnet interface it is possible
to configure the router by the help of commands. The default IP address of the modem is
192.168.1.1. Configuration may be performed only by the user "root" with initial password
"root".
For Telnet exists the following commands:
Command
Description
cat
cp
date
df
dmesg
echo
email
free
gsmat
gsminfo
gsmsms
hwclock
ifconfig
io
ip
iptables
kill
killall
ln
ls
mkdir
mv
ntpdate
passwd
ping
ps
pwd
reboot
rm
rmdir
route
service
sleep
slog
tail
tcpdump
touch
vi
file contain write
copy of file
show/change of system time
displaying of informations about file system
displaying of kernel diagnostics messages
string write
Email send
displaying of informations about memory
AT commend send
displaying of informations about signal quality
SMS send
displaying/change of time in RTC
displaying/change of interface configuration
reading/writing input/output pins
displaying/change of route table
displaying/modification of NetFilter rules
process kill
processes kill
link create
dump of directory contain
file create
file move
synchronization of system time with NTP server
password change
ICMP ping
displaying of processes information
dump of actual directory
restart
file delete
directory delete
displaying/change of route table
start/stop of service
pause on set seconds number
displaying of system log
displaying of file end
monitoring of network
file create/actualization of file time stamp
text editor
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8.
Possible problems
Some network cards are able to be set in situation, when it is not possible to connect
the router. It is possible to solve this problem in the following steps:
hand by selection communication rates 10 MB/s in property network cards,
connect router over switch,
start computer only after finalizing the start of the router.
9. Reference
[1] Cinterion: EES3_ATC_V01.100 – AT command Set, 2008
10. FAQ
I can’t get from internet on equipment, which is connected to router and I have NAT
enabled.
The device's gateway has to be configured as the router.
Router resets itself, connection on Ethernet fails.
It is necessary to use an antenna, which will be situated far from power supply.
I don’t get on web server at NAT.
The remote http access of the router has to be disabled, default server address
has to be your web server and the gateway of the web server has to be the IP
of router.
PPP connection fails.
Check signal power. If signal power is weak, you will have to use a better
antenna. If the environmental cells have a similar signal it will be necessary
to use a directive antenna. Signal levels have to be in the range -50dBm and 90dBm.
It is necessary to set ping, which will check the connection and, in the case of fail
ping, restart connection.
PPP connection won't be established.
Recheck GPRS settings - APN, name, password and IP address.
Try to enter PIN – verification if the SIM card hasn’t set PIN code.
In private APN it is appropriate to switch the DNS server send off.
Switch log system on and observe where the error turns up.
Connection fails on Ethernet or connection isn’t establishing.
On ethernet interface of the router it is possible to switch auto negotiation off and
set a rate and duplex by hand.
DynDNS not function.
In private APN not functional.
If the same IP address is recorded in your canonic name as dynamically assign
address, it means that the operator is using NAT or firewall.
NAT is possible to verify by the help of the ping on address of your server
with static IP address and by the help of the router address verify and address
in ping.
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Firewall is possible to verify, for example by remote access on web interface.
The operator doesn’t give out address DNS servers and without DNS server’s it
is impossible to connect to server dyndns.org. In log system will be this message:
DynDNS daemon started,
Error resolving hostname: no such file or directory,
Connect to DynDNS server failed.
IPSec tunnel is establishing but communication doesn’t function.
Probably it is badly set up route conditionals of connected equipment or it is bad
set up GW.
FTP doesn’t function.
Router doesn’t support the active FTP mode, supports the passive mode only.
RS232 doesn’t function.
It is necessary to verify present the expansion port RS232.
Verify present the expansion port RS232 in router configuration in menu „external
port“, or verify connection locally by the help Telnet-Hyper terminal.
L2TP or IPSec isn’t establishing.
Verify the reason in the log system.
I switched the router to offline mode by the SMS message, but the router is in online
mode after restart.
Control SMS message doesn’t change the router configuration. If the router
is switched to offline mode by the SMS message the router will be in this mode
up to next restart. This behaviour is the same for next all control SMS messages.
11. Customers support
Up to date information about the product is on website:
http://www.conel.cz/
Upkeep-advices:
The SIM-card must be handled carefully as with a credit card. Do not bend, do not scratch
on this and do not expose to static electricity.
During cleaning of the modem do not use aggressive chemicals, solvents and abrasive
cleaners!
Conel Company hereby declares that the modem narrated in this user’s guide fits all basic
demands of directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
Modem fits values of coefficient SAR defined by association ICNIRP and values
of “About protection of health before non-ionized radiation“.
Declaration about consistency was issued and is possible get it at producer.
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12. Product disposal instructions
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment: 2002/96/EC) directive has
been introduced to ensure that electrical/electronic products are recycled using the best
available recovery techniques to minimize the impact on the environment. This product
contains high quality materials and components which can be recycled. At the end of it’s life
this product MUST NOT be mixed with other commercial waste for disposal. Check
with the terms and conditions of your supplier for disposal information.
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13. Guarantee Claim Guidelines
Dear customer,
The product that you have purchased was tested by the manufacturer and,
before it was sold, the product’s functions were checked once more by our company’s
technician. However if, in spite of the above-mentioned measures, a breakdown of this
product occurs during the guarantee period, which makes proper utilization of the product
impossible, we ask you to observe the Guarantee Claim Guidelines when asserting
a guarantee claim.
To facilitate the possible guarantee claim procedure, please, when taking over
the product, make sure that the seller, who is selling you the product, has properly filled
in the relevant parts of the guarantee certificate, including the date of sale, stamp
and signature.
This guarantee claim procedure applies to the products that have been purchased.
This guarantee claim procedure does not apply to the services that have been provided.
Guarantee periods of products
Guarantee of the purchased device, power supply unit, antenna, data cable,
and possible accessories is provided, with a guarantee period of 24 months from the date
of sale. The date of sale is at the same time the date of acceptance of the product
by the customer.
Lodging a guarantee claim
The guarantee claim must be lodged at the seller from whom the relevant object
of the guarantee claim has been purchased. When lodging the guarantee claim,
the customer is to submit the properly filled-in guarantee certificate and the complete object
of the guarantee claim. The object of the guarantee claim should be submitted in a state
corresponding to the state at the sale.
Caution!
The seller does not guarantee that individual settings or data stored in the object
of the guarantee claim will be retained.
When lodging the guarantee claim, the customer is obligated to specify the particular
defect of the guarantee claim object, possibly its symptoms and, furthermore, the particular
right resulting from the liability for defects that he is asserting.
Settling a guarantee claim
Depending on the circumstances, the seller shall ensure the defect removal free
of charge; possibly, the seller shall exchange the object of the guarantee claim for a new
product or, possibly, settle the guarantee claim in a different way which is in compliance
with the Civil Code and with the Consumer Protection Act.
At the moment when the customer has lodged the guarantee claim and the object
of the guarantee claim has been accepted by the seller, running of the guarantee period
is interrupted. Running of the guarantee period shall continue from the date of acceptance
of the repaired object of the guarantee claim or of the exchanged faultless product
by the customer or, in the event that neither of the two has been accepted by the customer,
from the date when the customer was obligated to accept the repaired object
of the guarantee claim or the exchanged product. In the event that a guarantee claim
resulting from a defect covered by the guarantee has been lodged and the defective object
of the guarantee claim has been exchanged by the seller for a new product (including
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the exchange of the IMEI), the ownership of the original object of the guarantee claim
is passed hereupon onto the seller, and the ownership of the new product, onto the buyer.
A new guarantee period starts running from the date of acceptance of the new product.
In the event that the seller, upon agreement with the customer, has settled the guarantee
claim by exchanging the object of the guarantee claim for a faultless product,
the new guarantee of the product shall expire as follows:
1. After the expiration of a period of 12 months from the date of acceptance
of the exchanged product by the customer.
2. On the date when the guarantee period of the original product (the object
of the guarantee claim) would have expired if the original product had not been
exchanged, whichever is later.
3. The guarantee claim is not justified if the defect being claimed has not been
detected by the seller within the framework of the guarantee claim settlement,
or if the guarantee does not apply to the defect of the product pursuant to Article
4 of the Guarantee Claim Guidelines.
4. If the defect being claimed has not been detected, and the functional state
of the guarantee claim object has been demonstrated to the customer,
the customer is obligated to refund the provable expenses incurred in connection
with expert assessment of the defect being claimed.
5. If, during the process of assessment of justifiability of the guarantee claim,
a defect of the product is detected which is not covered by the guarantee (a repair
not covered by the guarantee), the seller shall notify of this fact the customer,
and the customer shall notify the seller whether he wants to have this defect
removed at a price quoted by the seller. Precise conditions of the repair not
covered by the guarantee will be specified in a drawn-up report signed
by the customer and seller. If the customer does not require the defect removal
by a repair not covered by the guarantee under the conditions communicated
by the seller, the device will be returned to the customer, after he has refunded
the provable expenses incurred in connection with the expert assessment
of the claimed defect.
The guarantee does not apply to the defects caused by the following:
1. Mechanical damage (e.g. by a fall, etc.).
2. Utilization of power supply units and other accessories that are not suitable,
possibly, are not recommended for the particular product.
3. Interconnecting the product with non-standard accessories.
4. Installation or utilization of the product in contradiction to the operating
instructions, or utilization of the product for purposes that are not usual for this
type.
5. Incompetent handling, possibly intervention into the product by an unauthorized
person or by a repair shop that has not been authorized by the manufacturer.
6. Damage caused by the natural elements (flooding, fire, etc.) or by other local
effects (storm, mains over voltage, etc.).
7. Storage under conditions outside the temperature range.
8. Operation in a chemically aggressive environment.
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Other guarantee claim conditions
The fact that the object of the guarantee claim does not correspond to parameters
that have been set for other similar types of products can not be considered to be a defect.
For the assessment whether a defect has occurred, the product parameters included
in the technical documentation of the product are decisive.
The guarantee shall be terminated in the event of any modification of the object
of the guarantee claim or in the event that the serial number of the object of the guarantee
claim has been damaged or is illegible due to other reasons.
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14. Guarantee certificate
Type of the device
Serial number
Guarantee period (in months)
Seller
Date of sale
Stamp of the seller
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2
3
4
5
YES – NO
YES – NO
YES – NO
YES – NO
YES – NO
Date of reception
of the guarantee
claim by the seller
Number of the
guarantee claim
report
Date of reception
of the device into
the repair shop
Date of
completion of the
repair by the
repair shop
Number of the
receipt form of
the repair shop
Guarantee repair
New serial
number of the
device (IMEI)
Comments
Stamp of the
repair shop
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