ADSL2+ MODEM
User manual
Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction ........................................................................................ 1
Features............................................................................................................... 1
ADSL standard supports ..................................................................................... 1
Encapsulation supports ....................................................................................... 1
System requirements........................................................................................... 2
LED status description........................................................................................ 3
Rear panel layout ................................................................................................ 3
Chapter 2
Hardware Installation .................................................................5
Chapter 3
Modem Parameters Setting .........................................................6
Configuring computer network card IP address .................................................. 6
Web setting interface........................................................................................... 6
Main interface ..................................................................................................... 6
Ethernet over ATM (RFC1483 Bridge) setting ................................................... 7
PPP over Ethernet (RFC2516) setting............................................................... 10
TR-069 Configuration....................................................................................... 13
Chapter 4
Questions & Answers ................................................................... 14
Chapter 1
Introduction
The device is a well-designed high-speed ADSL2+ modem/router.
Features
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Full speed, Auto-sense a ADSL routing, bridging
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Up to 24Mbps downstream and up to 1Mbps upstream data rate
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Friendly GUI for web configuration
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Support TR-069
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Support for up to 8 Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs)
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Support Port Mapping/Forwarding and DMZ Host network
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NAT, IP filtering and Password Authentication to Modem
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VPN Pass-through support
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DHCP Server support
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Support remote management & Local Web Based Firmware Upgrade
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Support Bulid-in PPPoE
ADSL standard supports
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ITU G.992.1 (G.dmt) Annex A
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ITU G.992.2 (G.lite)
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ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
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ITU G.992.3(ADSL2)
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ITU G.992.5(ADSL2+)
Encapsulation supports
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RFC 1483 bridge
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RFC 1483 Router
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Classical IP over ATM (RFC 1577)
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PPP over ATM (RFC 2364)
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PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516)
System requirements
Recommended system requirements are:
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Pentium 300MHZ or above
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Memory: 128MB or above
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10M Base-T Ethernet or above
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Win9X, Win2000, WinXP, WinMe, WinNT
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Ethernet Network Card
Please collect the following information from your ADSL service provider.
This information will be very helpful for your ADSL configuration. To
keep a record for reference, you can fill in the column as follow:
VPI
VCI
Encapsulation: VCMUX or LLC
Protocol
Standard
User name
Password
Password protocol
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LED status description
Indicator
Status
Description
Off
No power
ON
Power supplied
Power
Quick Blink
DSL line is training
ADSL
Data
ON
DSL line is connected
Blink
DSL data transferring
ON
Ethernet connection is OK
Blink
Ethernet data transferring
LAN
Rear panel layout
Interface
Description
Switch
Power on/off switch
Power
Plug in for power adaptor
RESET
Modem Reset button
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Press and hold around 5~10s to reset the
hardware. The modem will auto restart.
This action will recover the modem’s
default configuration.
LAN
LINE
LAN interface for connecting to computer
or Switch
ADSL connector for connecting to ADSL
telephone line
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Chapter 2
Hardware Installation
Please connect the device to you computer as follow:
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If connecting to the splitter, connect the “Line” splitter to wall jack
using one telephone cable
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Use the other telephone cable to connect “MODEM” port of the
splitter and “LINE” port of the modem. The “phone” port of the
splitter can be use to connect the telephone by a telephone cable.
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Use Ethernet cable to connect “Ethernet” port of the modem and
“Ethernet” port of your computer.
If do not need to connect to the splitter,
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Connect the modem to wall jack with a telephone cable
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Use Ethernet cable to connect “Ethernet” port of the modem and
network adaptor of your computer.
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Chapter 3
Modem Parameters Setting
Configuring computer network card IP address
Configure your network card’s TCP/IP properties to Obtain an IP address
automatically from modem, or set the computer’s IP with the same network
mask of the modem.(For example: modem’s IP is 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0,
Then you can set computer’s IP to:
192.168.1.x/255.255.255.0.
The range for x is from 3 to 253.
Web setting interface
Open IE or Netscape Web browser, Input http://192.168.1.1(MODEM default
IP address) in the address column, then click <Enter> button, access the
following setting interface:
Input user name and password, then click Login key to enter WEB setting
interface.
Default setting:
IP Address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Username/Password: admin/admin
Main interface
After type right user name and password, the following window will pop up:
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Here provide the most common RFC1483 Bridge and PPP over Ethernet
(RFC2516) setting for reference. If you want to know more about other
protocol, please contact your ADSL service provider for details.
Ethernet over ATM (RFC1483 Bridge) setting
1.
From the Home page, click “Advanced Setup”, see the following:
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2.
Click Edit. Set VPI/VCI, see the following:
3.
Click the “Next” button, and you can set the encapsulation which
get from your ADSL service provider. Select Bridging, see the
following:
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4.
Click the “Next” button , select the check box below to enable this
WAN service, see the following:
5.
Click the “Next” button, make sure that the settings below match
the settings provided by your ISP., see the following:
6.
Click the “Save/Reboot” button, save your configurations.
NOTICE:
If you select Dial-UP link, after configuring your ADSL modem, please install
the third-party dial up program to access Internet (For example: Ethernet
300/Ethernet 500/WinPoet). If your system is WinXP, you can use its own
Internet access program without any other additional programs.
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PPP over Ethernet (RFC2516) setting
PPPoE is also named as RFC 2516. It is a method of encapsulating PPP packets
over Ethernet. PPP or Point-to-Point protocol is a method of establishing a
network connection/session between network hosts. It usually provides a
mechanism of authenticating users.
To configure the MODEM for PPPoE:
1.
2.
From the Home page, click on “Advanced Setup ”, see the
following:
Click Edit. Set VPI/VCI, see the following
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3.
Click the “Next” button. Select PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) and the
type of network protocol and encapsulation mode over the ATM PVC
that your ISP has instructed you to use, see the following:
4.
Click the “Next” button, fill out PPP Username and PPP Password,
see the following:
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5.
6.
7.
Click the “Next” button, uncheck IGMP Multicast, and enable WAN
Service, see the following:
Click the “Next” button; make sure that the settings below match the
settings provided by your ISP. See the following:
Click the “Save/Reboot” button, save your configurations, then
finish the Setting for PPPoE.
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TR-069 Configuration
Click the “Management” and then click the “TR-069 Client” to configure the
MODEM for TR069:
Disable: modem cannot automatically send out the request to the TR069 server
Enable: modem can automatically send out the request to the TR069 server
Select “Enable”, all items below are effective
Inform Interval: Each modem how many seconds sends out the connection
request to the TR069 server
ACS URL: the path of modem sending out the request the TR069 server
ACS User Name: the username of modem logging in TR069 server
ACS Password: the password of modem logging in TR069 server
Connection Request User Name: the username of the TR069 server visits
modem TR069 process
Connection Request Password: the password of the TR069 server visits modem
TR069 process
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Chapter 4
1.
Questions & Answers
Question: Why all LED indicators are off?
Answer:
2.
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Check the connection between the power adaptor and the power
socket
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Check the power switch is on or not
Question: Why Ethernet LED is not lighting?
Answer:
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Check the connection between the ADSL modem and your
computer or Hub/Switch
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Check your PC or Hub/Switch running status and make sure
them are working normally.
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Check your network cable for connecting the Modem with other
device:
For PC, you should use the crossover cable;
For Hub/Switch, you should use straight through cable.
3.
Question: Why cannot visit Internet with ADSL LED is on?
Answer:
Make sure following information has been input correctly:
VPI/VCI
Username/password.
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4.
Question: Why cannot open the Modem configure web page?
Answer:
Follow below steps to check the communication between the
computer and Modem:
Click start -> run (input ping demands)-> Ping 192.168.1.1 (Modem
IP address).
If cannot reach the modem, please check following configuration:
5.
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The type of the network cable
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The connection between the modem and computer
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You computer’s TCP/IP configuration
Question: How to load the default setting after incorrect
configuration?
Answer:
Press “reset” button 5s-10s to load the default configuration.
The modem’s default IP address: 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0
Username/password: admin/admin
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