CellPipe 7130 VDSL Residential Gateway 500V - Alcatel

CellPipe 7130 VDSL Residential Gateway
500V series
7130 RG 5Ve.A2000 and 7130 RG 5Ve.B2000
COMMAND LINE INTERFACE MANUAL
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Conformance statements
The device complies with Part 68 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) statements, Japan VCCI Class B, and the requirements of the Council
Directive 89/336/EEC on the Approximation of the laws of the member states relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility and 72/23/EEC for electrical
equipment used within certain voltage limits and the Amendment Directive 93/68/EEC as stated in the CE Mark Declaration of Conformance for EMI and
Safety.
For detailled conformance statements refer to the User Manual.
Contents
About this document
Purpose ......................................................................................................................................................... v
Reason foMay 2008ision .............................................................................................................................. v
Intended audience ......................................................................................................................................... v
Supported systems ........................................................................................................................................ v
How to use this document ............................................................................................................................ v
Safety information ....................................................................................................................................... vi
Eco-environmental statements ..................................................................................................................... vi
Technical support ........................................................................................................................................ vii
How to order ............................................................................................................................................... vii
How to comment ........................................................................................................................................ vii
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Connecting via Telnet
The Command Line Interface CLI ........................................................................................................... 1-2
Access to the Command Line Interface via Telnet .................................................................................... 1-3
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Command Line Interface CLI
Using the Command Line Interface .......................................................................................................... 2-2
WAN Interface Configuration Menu ......................................................................................................... 2-3
LAN Interface Configuration Menu .......................................................................................................... 2-7
WLAN Interface Configuration Menu .................................................................................................... 2-11
NAT (Network Address Translation) Menu ............................................................................................ 2-14
Route Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 2-19
QoS Menu ................................................................................................................................................ 2-20
TR-069 Protocol ...................................................................................................................................... 2-27
IGMP Settings ......................................................................................................................................... 2-30
User ......................................................................................................................................................... 2-32
Save ......................................................................................................................................................... 2-33
Reboot ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-34
Load to default ......................................................................................................................................... 2-35
Diagnostic ................................................................................................................................................ 2-36
Exit .......................................................................................................................................................... 2-40
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About this document
Purpose
The purpose of the Command Line Interface (CLI) Manual is to provide configuration
information for the 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000/7130 RG 5Ve.B2000 VDSL2 gateway.
Additionally the CLI contains option and parameter settings.
The usage of each option or parameter is described in the following sections. You can
select every option/parameter by typing the name of the option/parameter.
Reason for revision
This version 0.1 of the CLI Manual is the first issue.
Intended audience
The intended audience of the CLI Manual primarily is for individuals who install,
configure and maintain this customer premises equipment (CPE) and in addition
responsible for the supervision of transmission operation.
Supported systems
For the 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000/7130 RG 5Ve.B2000 VDSL2 gateway operation as described
in this manual, a specific hardware consists of the following components is required:
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One 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000/7130 RG 5Ve.B2000 VDSL2 gateway
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One standard teleohone cable (2.1 m / 7 ft.)
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One category 5 UTP network cable (1.8 m / 6 ft.)
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One AC power adapter
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One cradle for stand-up mounting
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Quick Installation Guide
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User Manual on CD-ROM.
How to use this document
Each chapter of this CLI Manual treats a specific aspect of the 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000/7130
RG 5Ve.B2000 VDSL2 gateway. This ensures that the reader can inform himself
according to his special needs. This also means that the CLI Manual provides more
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information than needed by many of the readers. Before you start reading the manual, it is
therefore necessary to assess which aspects or chapters will cover the individual area of
interest.
The following information is provided in this information product:
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The Command Line Interface CLI
Access to the Command Line Interface via Telnet
Configuration via Command Line Interface (CLI)
Safety information
Important!
The following information lists the safety reminders for installation and
maintenance personnel.
Read all instructions before attempting to unpack, install, operate, or connect power to
this CPE. Please remember the following when you unpack and install this equipment:
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•
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Always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock
and injury.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the CPE to rain, moisture or install
this equipment near water. Never spill any form of liquid on or into this product.
Do not insert any sharp object into the products module openings or empty slots.
Doing so may accidentally damage its parts.
Do not attach the power supply cable on building surfaces or floorings. Rest the
power cable freely without any obstacle or heavy items piled on top of it. Refrain
from abusing, stepping or walking on the cable.
To protect the equipment from overheating, do not block the slots and openings in
the module housing that provide ventilation.
Exercise caution when installing or modifying telephone lines. Never install
telephone wiring during inclement weather conditions (i.e., storm).
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can permanently damage semiconductor devices.
Always follow ESD-prevention guidelines for equipment handling and storage.
Eco-environmental statements
The statements that follow are the eco-environmental statements that apply to 7130 RG
5Ve.A2000 products.
Countries, states, localities, or other jurisdictions may require that systems be established
for the return and/or collection of packaging waste from the consumer, or other end user,
or from the waste stream. Additionally, reuse, recovery, and/or recycling targets for the
return and/or collection of the packaging waste may be established.
For more information regarding collection and recovery of packaging waste within
specific jurisdictions, please contact the Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Field
Services/Installation or Environmental Health and Safety organization.
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Technical support
To obtain technical support, contact your local sales representative or use the Online
Customer Support (OLCS) (https://support.lucent.com).
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Connecting via Telnet
Overview
Purpose
This chapter describe how to access to the Command Line Interface on 7130 RG
5Ve.A2000 or 7130 RG 5Ve.B2000 for system management and configuration via Telnet
or SSH.
Contents
This chapter covers these topics.
The Command Line Interface CLI
1-2
Access to the Command Line Interface via Telnet
1-3
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The Command Line Interface CLI
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The Command Line Interface CLI
Overview
The command-line interface (CLI) is the interface to the software that you use whenever
you access the router. It is used to configure the router, including the routing protocols,
router interfaces, network management, and user access. You type commands on a single
line, and the commands are executed when you press the Enter key.
CLI Menu Structure
The main menu provides thirteen options as follows:
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WAN
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LAN
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WLAN
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NAT
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Route
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QoS
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TR-069
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IGMP Settings
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User
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Save
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Reboot
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Load to default
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Diagnostic
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Exit
The usage of each menu option is described in the chapter 2.
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Access to the Command Line Interface via Telnet
Purpose
Use this procedure to access to the Command Line Interface (CLI) via Telnet.
Related information
The 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000 or 7130 RG 5Ve.B2000 is with following default access settings
configured:
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User Name: admin
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Password: admin
If you are using Microsoft Windows, you already have a telnet client installed on your
computer. This procedure will show you how to connect to your CLI via the Windows
telnet client.
Before you begin
Make sure that the 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000 or 7130 RG 5Ve.B2000 hardware is properly
connected and switched on (refer to QIG).
Your PC is configured to the same IP subnet mask as the 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000 or 7130 RG
5Ve.B2000.
Configuration example:
7130 RG 5Ve.A2000 or 7130 RG 5Ve.B2000:
192.168.2.1
Your PC:
Subnet mask:
192.168.2.x
255.255.255.0
Procedure
Connect via Telnet to the CLI from the 7130 RG 5Ve.A2000 or 7130 RG 5Ve.B2000
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Click the Start button from your Windows task bar and select and click Run.
Result: The Run window opens.
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2
Type in the word telnet followed by 192.168.2.1. Click OK.
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Result: You should now have your telnet client open and you should see a short
message that will contain your server's name and the prompt asking for your account
username (login).
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Type admin for the login name and admin for the password.
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After you have connected to the device, type CLI (all capital letters) under the “#”system
prompt.
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Interface CLI
Overview
Purpose
This chapter describes how to configure your CPE via the Command Line Interface (CLI)
and response messages available in this release of this device. The Command Line
Interface is intended for use by personnel involved in system installation and acceptance,
technical support, facility provisioning, and remote administration.
Contents
This chapter covers these topics.
Using the Command Line Interface
2-2
WAN Interface Configuration Menu
2-3
LAN Interface Configuration Menu
2-7
WLAN Interface Configuration Menu
2-11
NAT (Network Address Translation) Menu
2-14
Route Menu
2-19
QoS Menu
2-20
TR-069 Protocol
2-27
IGMP Settings
2-30
User
2-32
Save
2-33
Reboot
2-34
Load to default
2-35
Diagnostic
2-36
Exit
2-40
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Using the Command Line Interface
Overview
This topic describes the command line interface (CLI) that you can use to configure your
Router.
Menu Structure
The main menu provides thirteen options as follows:
1. WAN
2. LAN
3. WLAN
4. NAT
5. Route
6. QoS
7. TR-069
8. IGMP Settings
9. User
10. Save
11. Reboot
12. Load to default
13. Diagnostic
14. Exit
The usage of each menu option is described in the following sections. You can select every
option by typing the corresponding number of the option.
Example: To obtain the WAN configuration menu, type 1, then press Enter.
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WAN Interface Configuration Menu
Use this menu to setup the WAN configurations for your gateway's WAN port. For
entering in the WAN configuration menu, type 1 in the main menu, then press Enter.
Following options in the WAN configuration menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
DHCP
PPPoE
2PPPoE + VLAN
Configuration Show
Back
DHCP
The command DHCP allows you to configure the WAN interface to setup a DHCP based
connection.
At the prompt enter 1 for DHCP, then press Enter, following options are displayed:
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Host Name: (enter host name)
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Domain Name: (enter domain name)
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MTU(256~1500, 0->auto): (enter MTU, 256~1500, 0 means auto)
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Vender Class ID(option 61): (enter class ID)
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Client ID(option 61): (enter client ID)
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Manufacturer OUI: (enter manufacturer OUI)
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Product class: (enter product class)
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Model name: (enter model name)
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Serial number: (enter serial number)
Configuration example:
select:
Host Name:
Domain Name:
MTU(256~1500, 0->auto):
Vender Class ID(option 61):
Client ID(option 61):
Manufacturer OUI:
Product class:
Model name:
Serial number:
1
myhostname
mynetwork
0
61
61
00cf32
product_class
model_name
3234-3321
PPPoE
The command PPPoE allows you to configure the WAN interface to setup a PPPoE based
connection. Note that you need to configure the username, password, and idle time.
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At the prompt enter 2 for PPPoE, then press Enter, following options are displayed:
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username: (enter PPPoE username)
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password: (enter PPPoE password)
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Mode(1.Connect on demand; 2. Keep alive):
Note: If you select 1 for Connect on demand, you have to configure the maximum
idle time in seconds. Then the server will disconnect by itself when it reaches the
maximum idle time.
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Max Idle time:
Other options are:
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Host Name: (enter host name)
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Domain Name: (enter domain name)
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MTU: (enter MTU, 800~1492, 0 means auto)
Configuration example:
select:
2
PPPoE username:
username@sympatico.ca
PPPoE password:
password
PPPoE AC name:
ac_name
PPPoE Service name:
service_name
Connect Model (1.Connect on demand 2.Keep alive):1
Maximum idle time:
600
Host Name:
myhostname
Domain Name:
mydomainname
MTU(800~1492, 0->auto):
800
2PPPoE + VLAN
You can configure the WAN protocol for using VLAN. At the prompt enter 3 for
2PPPoE+VLAN, following options are displayed and can be specified:
[Internet]:
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VLAN ID:
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PPPoE Username:
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PPPoE Password:
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PPPoE AC Name
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PPPoE Server Name:
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Mode(1.Connect on demand; 2. Keep alive):
Note: If you select 1.Connect on demand, you have to configure the maximum
idle time in seconds. Then the server will disconnect by itself when it reaches the
maximum idle time.
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Max Idle time:
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Other options are:
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Host Name: (enter host name)
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Domain Name: (enter domain name)
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MTU: (enter MTU, 800~1492, 0 means auto)
[IPTV]:
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VLAN ID:
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PPPoE Username:
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PPPoE Password:
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PPPoE AC Name
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PPPoE Server Name:
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Mode(1.Connect on demand; 2. Keep alive):
Note: If you select 1.Connect on demand, you have to configure the maximum
idle time in seconds.
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Max Idle time:
Other options are:
•
Host Name: (enter host name)
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Domain Name: (enter domain name)
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MTU: (enter MTU, 800~1492, 0 means auto)
Configuration example:
select:
3
[Internet]:
VLAN ID:
20
PPPoE username:
username1@sympatico.ca
PPPoE password:
password1
PPPoE AC name:
ac_name1
PPPoE Service name:
service_name1
Connect Model(1.Connect on demand 2.Keep alive):1
Maximum idle time:
300
Host Name:
myhostname1
Domain Name:
mydomainname1
MTU(800~1492, 0->auto):
0
[IPTV]:
VLAN ID:
30
PPPoE username:
username2@sympatico.ca
PPPoE password:
password2
PPPoE AC name:
ac_name2
PPPoE Service name:
service_name2
Connect Model(1.Connect on demand 2.Keep alive):2
Host Name:
myhostname2
Domain Name:
mydomainname2
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MTU(800~1492, 0->auto):
800
Configuration Show
This option shows the current WAN configuration setting.
At the prompt enter 4, then press Enter. The CLI will display the current WAN
configuration settings.
Back
At the prompt, enter 5, then press Enter for returning to the previous menu.
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LAN Interface Configuration Menu
Purpose
Use this menu to setup the LAN configurations for your gateway's LAN port. For entering
in the LAN configuration menu, type 2 in the main menu, then press Enter.
Following options in the LAN configuration menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Configure LAN interface
Configure DHCP server
Configuration Show
Back
Configure LAN interface
If you select 1 for Configure LAN interface, you will have to configure the following
parameters:
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IP address: (enter LAN IP address)
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Subnet Mask: (enter LAN subnet mask)
Configuration example:
select:
IP address
Subnet mask
1
192.168.2.1
255.255.255.0
Configure DHCP server
If you select 2, the Configure DHCP server menu is shown. There are six options for
specifying:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enable DHCP Server
Disable DHCP Server
Configure DHCP IP pool range
Configure DHCP lease time
Configure DHCP Static Lease
Back
Configuration example:
If you want to configure the DHCP server, just type 2 and press Enter, in the LAN
configuration menu, the CLI will enter the DHCP configuration menu as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Configure LAN interface
Configure DHCP server
Configuration show
Back
select:
2
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enable DHCP server
Disable DHCP server
Configure DHCP IP pool Range
Configure DHCP lease time
Configure DHCP static lease
Back
Enable DHCP server
At the prompt enter 1, then press Enter for Enable DHCP server, this command allows
you to enable the DHCP server.
Disable DHCP server
At the prompt enter 2, then press Enter for Disable DHCP server, this command allows
you to disable the DHCP server.
Configure DHCP IP pool Range
You can configure the DHCP IP pool range. At the prompt enter 3, then press Enter for
Configure DHCP IP pool Range, following parameters are displayed and can be specified:
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DHCP Starting IP: (enter DHCP server starting IP address)
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DHCP Ending IP: (enter DHCP server ending IP address) VLAN ID:
Configuration example:
select:
DHCP starting IP
DHCP ending IP
3
192.168.2.10
192.168.2.254
Configure DHCP IP lease
You can configure the DHCP lease time. At the prompt enter 4, then press Enter for
Configure DHCP lease time, following parameter can be specified:
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Lease Time (secs): (enter the lease time in second)
Configuration example:
select:
Lease time(secs)
Note:
4
600
After applying your changes, you should reboot the unit.
Configure DHCP IP Static lease
You can configure the DHCP static lease. At the prompt enter 5, then press Enter for
Configure DHCP Static lease, following four options are displayed:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Add Static Lease
Delete Static Lease
Show All Static Lease
Back
Configuration example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enable DHCP server
Disable DHCP server
Configure DHCP IP pool Range
Configure DHCP lease time
Configure DHCP static lease
Back
select:
1. Add static lease
2. Delete static lease
3. Show all static lease
4. Back
5
select:
1 or 2
For the options 1. Add static lease and 2. Delete static lease, you have to configure the
following parameters:
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MAC address: (enter the MAC address)
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IP address: (enter the IP address)
Configuration example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add static lease
Delete static lease
Show all static lease
Back
select:
MAC address:
IP address:
1
11:22:33:44:55:66
192.168.2.10
ADD static lease _mac=11:22:33:44:55:66;_ip=192.168.2.10;
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add static lease
Delete static lease
Show all static lease
Back
select:
MAC address:
IP address:
2
11:22:33:44:55:66
192.168.2.10
DELETE static lease _mac=11:22:33:44:55:66;_ip=192.168.2.10;
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Configuration Show
This option in the LAN configuration menu shows the current LAN configuration setting.
If you select 3. Configuration Show, the CLI will display the current LAN configuration
settings.
Back
At the prompt, enter 4, then press Enter for returning to the previous menu.
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WLAN Interface Configuration Menu
Use this menu to setup the WLAN configurations for your gateway's WLAN port. For
entering in the WLAN configuration menu, type 3 in the main menu, then press Enter.
Following options in the WLAN configuration menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
WLAN Enable
WLAN Disable
Tx Power
Radio Mode
Auto Channel Select
Channel
Beacon interval
DTIM Period
Configure SSID and Key
Apply Changes
Configuration Show
Back
WLAN Enable
At the prompt enter 1, then press Enter for WLAN Enable, this command allows you to
enable the WLAN functionality.
WLAN Disable
At the prompt enter 2, then press Enter for WLAN Disable, this command allows you to
disable all WLAN functionality.
Tx Power
At the prompt enter 3, then press Enter for Tx Power, following option is displayed:
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WLAN Tx Power (1~100):
Configuration example:
select:
WLAN Tx Power(1~100):
3
100
Radio Mode
At the prompt enter 4, then press Enter for Radio Mode, this command allows to enter the
WLAN Radio Mode (1.b/g 2.b only 3.g only).
Configuration example:
select:
4
WLAN Radio Mode (1.b/g 2.b only 3.g only): 1
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Auto Channel Select
At the prompt enter 5, then press Enter for Auto Channel Select, this command allows
you to turn on or off the Auto Channel Select.
Configuration example:
select:
WLAN Auto Channel Select(1.Now 2.ON 3.OFF):
5
3
WLAN Channel
At the prompt enter 6, then press Enter for WLAN Channel, this command allows you to
enter the WLAN channel.
Configuration example:
select:
WLAN channel (1~11):
6
10
WLAN beacon
At the prompt enter 7, then press Enter for Beacon interval, this command allows you to
enter the beacon interval.
Configuration example:
select:
7
WLAN beacon interval (20~1023): 25
WLAN DTIM Period
At the prompt enter 8, then press Enter for DTIM Period, this command allows you to
enter your DTIM (Delivery Traffic Indication Map) period. The unit has less burden on
buffering frames but the wireless clients has lower power saving capability for a lower
DTIM value. And vice versa for a high DTIM value.
Configuration example:
select:
WLAN DTIM period (1~255):
8
255
Configure SSID and Encryption
At the prompt enter 9, then press Enter for Configure SSID and Encryption, this
command allows you to enter which SSID you want to configure.
Following options need to be configured:
•
WLAN SSID:
•
Hide SSID (1.Enable 2.Disable):
•
Authentication Type (1.Open 2.Shared 3.WPAPSK 4.WPA2PSK):
•
If you select “1.Open”, it will show the following “Security Type”:
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Security Type (1.None 2.WEP 3.TKIP 4.AES):
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If you select “2. Shared”, it will show the following “Security Type”:
•
Security Type (1.WEP 2.TKIP 3.AES)
•
If you select “3. WPAPSK” or “4. WPA2PSK”, you have to enter
•
WPAPSK Pre-shared key (length 8~64):
•
with the following “Security Type” to choose from:
•
Security Type (1.TKIP 2.AES):
In the Security Type option, if you select WEP, you have to enter the following items.
•
Key 1: (enter key 1)
•
Key 2: (enter key 2, optional)
•
Key 3: (enter key 3, optional)
•
Key 4: (enter key 4, optional)
•
Key index (1~4): (select what key you want to use)
Configuration example:
select:
WLAN SSID:
Hide SSID(1.Enable 2.Disable):
Authentication Type
(1.Open 2.Shared 3.WPAPSK 4.WPA2PSK):
WPAPSK Pre-shared key(length 8~64):
Security Type(1.TKIP 2.AES):
Wlan restart servicesc...
[WLAN restart messages will go on]
9
100
2
3
12345678
2
Apply Changes
At the prompt enter 10, then press Enter for Apply Changes, the WLAN will apply the
changes immediately.
Configuration Show
At the prompt enter 11, then press Enter for Configuration Show, the CLI window will
display the current configuration settings.
Back
At the prompt enter 12, then press Enter for Back, and you will be return to previous menu.
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NAT (Network Address Translation) Menu
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NAT (Network Address Translation) Menu
Purpose
Use this menu to setup the NAT configurations. For entering in the NAT configuration
menu, type 4 in the main menu, then press Enter.
Following options in the NAT configuration menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Port Range Forwarding
Virtual Server
DMZ & UPnP
Filter
NAT passthrough
Configuration Show
Back
Port Range Forwarding
The port forwarding is needed in an instance when some applications use multiple ports.
You will have to open these ports in the firewall.
At the prompt enter 1, then press Enter for Port Range Forwarding, following options are
displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add Rule
Delete Rule
Show All Rules
Back
At the prompt enter 1, then press Enter for Add Rule, following parameters can be
configured:
•
Application: (enter application name)
•
Start Port: (enter starting port)
•
End Port: (enter ending port)
•
Protocol (1.TCP 2.UDP 3.Both): (select protocol)
•
IP address: (enter your LAN IP address to be applied to this rule)
At the prompt enter 2, then press Enter for Delete Rule, this command allows you to
delete a rule therefor, enter the application name.
Configuration example:
1. Add Rule
2. Delete Rule
3. Show all rules
4. Back
select:
Application Name:
Starting Port:
Ending Port:
1
HTTP
80
80
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Protocol(1.TCP 2.UDP 3.BOTH):
1
IP address:
192.168.2.1
[NAT restart message will show up]
1. Add Rule
2. Delete Rule
3. Show all rules
4. Back
select:
2
Application Name:
HTTP
[NAT restart message will show up]
Virtual Server
The Virtual Server will permit certain traffic from the internet to access the servers inside
the firewall.
At the prompt enter 2, then press Enter for Virtual Server, following options are
displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add Rule
Delete Rule
Show All Rules
Back
At the prompt enter 1 for Add Rule, following parameters can be configured:
•
Application: (enter application name)
•
Ext. Port: (External port)
•
Int. Port: (Internal port)
•
Protocol (1.TCP 2.UDP 3.Both) : (select protocol)
•
IP address: (enter your LAN IP address to be applied to this rule)
At the prompt enter 2, then press Enter for Delete Rule, this command allows you to
delete a rule, therefor enter the application name.
Configuration example:
1. Add Rule
2. Delete Rule
3. Show all rules
4. Back
select:
1
Application Name:
FTP
Ext. Port:
20
Int. Port:
20
Protocol(1.TCP 2.UDP 3.BOTH):
1
IP address:
192.168.2.1
[NAT restart message will show up]
1. Add Rule
2. Delete Rule
3. Show all rules
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4. Back
select:
2
Application Name:
FTP
[NAT restart message will show up]
DMZ & UPnP
The DMZ & UPnP will permit certain traffic from the internet to access the servers inside
the firewall.
At the prompt enter 3, then press Enter for DMZ & UPnP, to obtain the DMZ & UPnP
options.
Configuration example:
1.
Port Range Forwarding
2.
Virtual Server
3.
DMZ & UPnP
4.
Filter
5.
NAT pass-through
6.
Configuration Show
7.
Back
select:
3
1.
Enable DMZ
2.
Disable DMZ
3.
Enable UPnP
4.
Disable UPnP
5.
Back
select:
1
DMZ Host IP address:
192.168.2.1
[NAT restart message will show up]
Filter
The Filter will permit you to block some applications through the firewall.
At the prompt enter 4, then press Enter for Filter, following options are displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Enable Filter
Disable Filter
Add Rule
Delete Rule
Enable MAC Filter
Disable MAC Filter
Add MAC Filter Rule
Delete MAC Filter Rule
Show All Rules
Back
At the prompt enter 3, then press Enter for Add Rule, following parameters can be
configured:
•
Application: (enter application name)
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•
Starting IP address: (enter starting LAN IP address to be applied to this rule)
•
Ending IP address: (enter ending LAN IP address to be applied to this rule)
•
Protocol (1.TCP 2.UDP 3.Both) : (select protocol)
•
Starting Port: (enter starting port)
•
Ending Port: (enter ending port)
At the prompt enter 4 for Delete Rule, this command allows you to delete a rule, therefor
enter the application name.
At the prompt enter 5 for Enable MAC Filter, this command allows you to enable the
MAC filter.
•
MAC Filter Mode (1. Deny 2. Allow): (select MAC filter mode)
At the prompt enter 7, then press Enter for Add MAC Filter Rule or 8 for Delete MAC
Filter Rule, this command allows you to add or delete the MAC filter Rules.
Configuration example:
1.
Enable Filter
2.
Disable Filter
3.
Add Rule
4.
Delete Rule
5.
Enable MAC filter
6.
Disable MAC filter
7.
Add MAC filter rule
8.
Delete MAC filter rule
9.
Show all rules
10. Back
select:
3
Application Name:
test
Starting IP address:
192.168.2.10
Ending IP address:
192.168.2.20
Protocol(1.TCP 2.UDP 3.BOTH):
3
Starting Port:
777
Ending Port:
999
[NAT restart message will show up]
NAT Passthrough
The NAT Passthrough will permit you to enable or disable the security protocol NAT
Passthrough.
At the prompt enter 5, then press Enter for Filter, following options are displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enable IPSec Pass-through
Disable IPSec Pass-through
Enable L2TP Pass-through
Enable L2TP Pass-through
Enable PPTP Pass-through
Enable PPTP Pass-through
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7.
Back
Configuration Show
The Configuration Show display the current NAT configuration settings individually.
At the prompt enter 6, then press Enter for Configuration Show, following options are
displayed:
1.
2.
3.
Note:
Show current NAT settings
Show all Filter rules
Back
Each one will show out current NAT configuration setting individually.
Back
At the prompt enter 7, then press Enter to return to previous menu.
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Route Menu
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Route Menu
Overview
Use this menu to specify static route options. For entering in the Route configuration
menu, type 5 in the main menu, then press Enter.
Following options in the Route configuration menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add Route
Delete Route
Show Routing table
Back
At the prompt enter 1 for Add Route or 2 for Delete Route, following parameters can be
configured:
•
IP address: (enter the destination IP address)
•
Subnet mask: (enter the netmask)
•
Gateway: (enter gateway, i.e., the next-hop ip address)
•
Metric: (enter metric)
•
Interface: (enter interface, 3 choices:
•
WAN (internet), LAN, WAN (IPTV))
At the prompt enter 2, then press Enter for Delete Rule, this command allows you to
delete a rule therefor, enter the application name.
Configuration example:
1.
Add Route
2.
Delete Route
3.
Show Routing table
4.
Back
select:
IP address:
Subnet mask:
Gateway:
Metric:
Interface(1.WAN(Internet)
2.LAN 3.WAN(IPTV)):
1
192.168.2.1
255.255.255.0
192.168.2.1
5
2
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QoS Menu
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QoS Menu
Overview
Use this menu to setup the QoS configuration options. For entering in the QoS
configuration menu, type 6 in the main menu, then press Enter.
Following options in the QoS configuration menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Configure QoS Scheduler
Configure Default QoS
Configure QoS Policy
Configure QoS ALG
Configuration Show
Back
Configure QoS Scheduler
At the prompt, enter 1 for Configure QoS Scheduler in the main menu, following options
are displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enable QoS scheduler
Disable QoS scheduler
Configure scheduler type
Configure Upstream Bandwidth
Configure Queue Weight
Show All Queue Weight
Back
Enable QoS scheduler
At the prompt, enter 1 for enabling the QoS scheduler.
Disable QoS scheduler
At the prompt, enter 2 for disabling the QoS scheduler.
Configure scheduler type
At the prompt, enter 3 for configuring the scheduler type. The following options can be
configured:
•
1. Priority Queue: For this method, the lower priority traffic will only be delivered
when higher priority traffic have all been delivered.
•
2. Deficit weighted priority fair queue: For this method, you will be able to give
weights for each priority queue.
•
3. Back
Configure Upstream Bandwidth
At the prompt, select 4 for entering the Upstream Bandwidth.
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Configure Queue Weight
At the prompt, select 5 for entering the Queue Weight. The following options can be
configured:
•
Queue Number (0~7):
•
Weight:
•
Borrow (1: Enable 2. Disable):
•
Ack Priority (1. Enable 2. Disable):
•
Contribute (1. Enable 2. Disable):
Examples for selection of 3, 4, and 5 individually:
select:
3
1. Priority Queue 2.Deficit weighted priority fair queue:1
select:
4
Upstream Bandwidth(max 50000):
5000
select:
5
Qoeue Number (0~7):
0
Weight(0~100):
50
Borrow (1.Enable 2.Disable):
2
Ack Priority (1.Enable 2.Disabel):2
Contribute (1.Enable 2.Disable): 2
Weight
Borrow
0.Default
50
0
0
0
1.Medium
0
1
0
1
2.Critical 0
1
0
1
3.Premium
0
1
0
1
4.Low
0
1
0
1
5.High
0
1
0
1
6.Real Time 0
1
0
1
7.Urgent
1
0
1
0
Ack Priority
Contribute
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The sum of Queue Weight must equal to 100.
Qoeue Number (0~7):
5
Weight(0~100):
50
Borrow (1.Enable 2.Disable):
1
Ack Priority (1.Enable 2.Disabel):1
Contribute (1.Enable 2.Disable): 1
Weight
Borrow
0.Default
50
0
0
0
1.Medium
0
1
0
1
2.Critical 0
1
0
1
3.Premium
0
1
0
1
4.Low
0
1
0
1
5.High
0
1
0
1
6.Real Time 0
1
0
1
7.Urgent
1
0
1
0
Ack Priority
Contribute
Show All Queue Weight
At the prompt, select 6 for showing All Queue Weight.
Back
At the prompt, enter 7 for returning to the previous menu.
Configure Default QoS
At the prompt, enter 2 for Configure Default QoS in the main menu, following options
are displayed:
1.
2.
3.
Configure Internet QoS
Configure IPTV QoS
Back
Configure Internet QoS
At the prompt, enter 1 for Configure Internet QoS. The following parameters have to
configured:
•
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag 2.Specified): If you select 2.Specified, you
have to configure the following parameters:
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–
Queue Number (0~7):
–
Type (1. Keep Original Tos, 2. New Tos, 3. New DSCP):
–
If you select 2 for New Tos, you have to configure the new Tos value:
New Tos value (0~7):
–
If you select 3 for New DSCP, you have to configure the new DSCP value:
New DSCP value (0~63):
•
Set Cos (1.Enable, 2.Disable): If you select 1 for Enable, you have to enter the
following parameters: QoS mark by (1.Tos, 2. DSCP, 3.User Specify):
Configuration example:
select:
1
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag 2.Specified):1
Set Cos(1.Enable 2.Disable):
1
Qos mark by(1.Tos 2.DSCP 3.User Specify):
2
select:
2
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag 2.Specified):2
Queue Number (0~7):
5
Type (1.Keep Original Tos 2.New Tos 3.New DSCP):2
New Tos value (0~7):
0
Set Cos(1.Enable 2.Disable):
1
User Specify(0~7):
0
Configure IPTV QoS
See: Configure Internet QoS, the configuration queue is the same.
Back
At the prompt, enter 3 for returning to the previous menu.
Configure QoS Policy
At the prompt, enter 1 for Configure QoS Policy in the main menu, following options are
displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Add QoS Policy
Configure QoS Policy Mapping
Show All QoS Policy
Back
Add Qos Policy
At the prompt, enter 1 for Add QoS Policy. The following parameters have to configured:
•
Source IP:
•
Source IP Subnet mask:
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•
Source Starting Port:
•
Source Ending Port:
•
Destination IP:
•
Destination IP Subnet mask:
•
Destination IP Subnet mask:
•
Destination Starting Port:
•
Protocol (1.TCP, 2.UDP, 3.Both):
•
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag, 2.Specified): If you select 2.Specified, you
have to configure the following parameters:
–
Queue Number (0~7):
–
Type (1. Keep Original Tos, 2. New Tos, 3. New DSCP):
–
If you select 2 for New Tos, you have to configure the new Tos value:
New Tos value (0~7):
–
If you select 3 for New DSCP, you have to configure the new DSCP value:
New DSCP value (0~63):
•
Set Cos (1.Enable, 2.Disable): If you select 1 for Enable, you have to enter the
following parameters: QoS mark by (1.Tos, 2. DSCP, 3.User Specify):
Example for adding QoS policy rule:
select:
1
Source IP:
192.168.2.1
Source IP Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
Source Starting Port:
50
Source Ending Port:
55
Destination IP:
192.168.2.10
Destination IP Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
Destination Starting Port:
55
Destination Ending Port:
60
Protocoa (1.TCP 2.UDP):
1
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag 2.Specified):1
Set Cos(1.Enable 2.Disable):
1
Qos mark by(1.Tos 2.DSCP 3.User Specify):1
Configure QoS Policy Mapping
At the prompt, enter 2 for Configure QoS Policy Mapping. The following parameters have
to be configured:
•
Select which rule you want to configure (1~20): After you enter one policy number,
you have to choose one operation: (1.Up, 2.Down, 3.Delete):
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Configuration example:
After you set the QoS policy rule like the example above, you can configure the
QoS policy rule as follows:
select:
2
No.SrcIP Netmask
Prot Priority...
1
SrcPort
192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
55-60 TCP
DstIP
50-55
Netmask
DstPort
192.168.2.10 255.255.255.0
Select which rule you want to configure(1~1):1
Operation(1.Up 2.Down 3.Delete):
3
Configure QoS ALG
At the prompt, enter 4 for Configure QoS ALG in the main menu, following options are
displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Enable SIP ALG QoS
Disable SIP ALG QoS
Configure SIP Session QoS
Configure RTP Session QoS
Back
Enable SIP (Session Initiated Protocol) ALG QoS
At the prompt, enter 1 for enabling the SIP ALG QoS.
Disable SIP ALG QoS
At the prompt, enter 2 for disabling the SIP ALG QoS.
Configure SIP/RTP (Real-Time Protocol) Session QoS
At the prompt, enter 3 or 4 for configuring the SIP Session QoS or RTP Session QoS. The
following options can be configured:
•
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag, 2.Specified): If you select 2.Specified, you
have to configure the following parameters:
– Queue Number (0~7):
–
Type (1. Keep Original Tos, 2. New Tos, 3. New DSCP):
–
If you select 2 for New Tos, you have to configure the new Tos value:
New Tos value (0~7):
–
If you select 3 for New DSCP, you have to configure the new DSCP value:
New DSCP value (0~63):
•
Set Cos (1.Enable, 2.Disable): If you select 1 for Enable, you have to enter the
following parameters: QoS mark by (1.Tos, 2. DSCP, 3.User Specify):
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Configuration example selection of 3 and 4 individually:
select:
3
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag 2.Specified):1
Set Cos(1.Enable 2.Disable):
2
select:
4
QoS Mapping by (1.Original Tos Tag 2.Specified):2
Queue Number (0~7):
0
Type (1.Keep Original Tos 2.New Tos 3.New DSCP):1
Set Cos(1.Enable 2.Disable):
1
Configuration Show
At the prompt, enter 5 for Configuration Show in the main menu, following options are
displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Note:
Show
Show
Show
Show
Back
QoS Scheduler
Default QoS
QoS Policy
QoS ALG
Each one will show out current QoS configuration setting individually.
Back
At the prompt, enter 5 for returning to the previous menu.
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TR-069 Protocol
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TR-069 Protocol
Use this menu to setup a protocol for the communication between a CPE and an AutoConfiguration Server (ACS), that encompasses secure auto-configuration as well as other
CPE management functions within a common framework.
Following options in the TR-069 menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Show current settings
Configure ACS URL
Configure ACS username
Configure ACS password
Configure Connection Request username
Configure Connection Request password
Configure CPE Manufacturer
Configure CPE OUI
Configure CPE Product Class
Configure CPE Serial Number
Enable Inform
Disable Inform
Back
Show current settings
At the prompt, enter 1, the CLI will show the current TR-069 state.
Configure ACS URL
At the prompt, enter 2 for defining the ACS URL.
Note:
When initiated by the ACS, the CPE is provided with the location of the file to
be transferred, using HTTP or, optionally, HTTPS, FTP, or TFTP as the transport
protocol. The CPE then performs the transfer, and notifies the ACS of the success or
failure.
Configure ACS username
At the prompt, enter 3 for defining the ACS username for authentication.
Configure ACS password
At the prompt, enter 4 for defining the ACS password for authentication.
Configure Connection Request username
At the prompt, enter 5 for defining the connection request username. The username is used
to authenticate an ACS making a connection request to the CPE.
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Configure Connection Request password
At the prompt, enter 6 for defining the connection request password. The password is used
to authenticate an ACS making a connection request to the CPE.
Configure CPE Manufacturer
At the prompt, enter 7 for defining the CPE manufacturer.
Configure CPE OUI
At the prompt, enter 8 for defining the organizationally unique identifier (OUI) of the
device manufacturer.
Note: Represented as a six hexadecimal-digit value using all upper-case letters and
including any leading zeros.
Configure CPE Product Class
At the prompt, enter 9 for defining the CPE product class.
Note:
This parameter is a 64 string Identifier of the class of product for which the
serial number applies. That means, that for a given manufacturer this parameter is used
to identify the product or class of product over which the SerialNumber parameter is
unique.
Configure CPE Serial Number
At the prompt, enter 10 for defining the CPE serial number.
Note: This parameter is a 64 string Identifier of the particular device that is unique
for the indicated class of product and manufacturer.
Examples for selection of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 individually:
select:
Enter Auto-Config Server URL:
2
http://www.test.html
select:
3
Enter Auto-Config Server Username:username
select:
4
Enter Auto-Config Server Password:password
select:
5
Enter Connection Request Username:username2
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select:
6
Enter Connection Request Password:password2
select:
Enter CPE Manufacturer:
select:
Enter CPE OUI:
7
manufacturer
8
0006ac
select:
Enter CPE Product Class:
9
LinuxCPERef
select:
Enter CPE Serial Number:
10
1234
Enable Inform
At the prompt, enter 11 for enabling the periodic inform request to ACS.
Disable Inform
At the prompt, enter 12 for disabling the periodic inform request to ACS.
Note:
Enter inform interval (minimum 30 seconds).
Back
At the prompt, enter 13 for returning to the previous menu.
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IGMP Settings
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IGMP Settings
Overview
The Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a communications protocol used to
manage the membership of Internet Protocol multicast groups. IGMP is used by IP hosts
and adjacent multicast routers to establish multicast group memberships.
Following options in the IGMP setting menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
IGMP
IGMP
Both
IGMP
IGMP
Back
v2
v3
Statistic Period
Log Level
Configure IGMP v2
At the prompt, enter 1 for setting the IGMP to version 2.
Configure IGMP v3
At the prompt, enter 2 for setting the IGMP to version 3.
Configure both IGMP versions
At the prompt, enter 3 for setting the IGMP to both versions.
Configure IGMP Statistic Period
At the prompt, enter 4 for choosing the IGMP statistic period. There are seven options for
specifying:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Disable
Fifteen Minutes
Thirty Minutes
One Hour
Six Hours
One Day
One Week
Configure IGMP Log Level
At the prompt, enter 5 for choosing the IGMP log level.
•
IGMP Log Level (1.NONE 2.ERROR 3.INFO 4.DEBUG):
Example for IGMP log level set to DEBUG and version 2 (IGMP v2):
1. IGMP v2
2. IGMP v3
3. Both
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4. IGMP Statistic Period
5. IGMP Log Level
6. Back
select:
5
IGMP Log Level (1.NONE 2.ERROR 3.INFO 4.DEGUG):
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
IGMP
IGMP
Both
IGMP
IGMP
Back
v2
v3
Statistic Period
Log Level
select:
1
Start IGMP...
waiting 15 seconds...
[After fifteen seconds count down, CLI will display “change IGMP
to v2”]
Back
At the prompt, enter 6 for returning to the previous menu.
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User
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User
Overview
In the User menu, you may be able to change your web management’s username and
password. You may also enable/disable your CPE’s Telnet function.
The following options in the User menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Change HTTP username and password
Telnet Enable
Telnet Disable
Configuration Show
Back
Change HTTP username and password
At the prompt, enter 1 for changing the HTTP username and password. Following
parameters have to be specified:
•
New Username: (enter new username)
•
Current password: (enter current password)
•
New Password: (enter new password)
•
Confirm New Password: (enter new password again)
Example for HTTP username and password change:
select:
New Username
Current password
New Password
Confirm New Password
1
admin
admin
new
new
Telnet Enable
At the prompt, enter 2 for enabling the Telnet function.
Telnet Disable
At the prompt, enter 3 for disabling the Telnet function.
Configuration Show
At the prompt, enter 4 for showing the current HTTP and Telnet username and password.
Back
At the prompt, enter 5 for returning to the previous menu.
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Save
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Save
Purpose
At the prompt, enter 10 for saving the current configuration values to the flash.
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Reboot
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Reboot
Purpose
At the prompt, enter 11 for rebooting the CPE.
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Load to default
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Load to default
Purpose
Reset the configuration values to the factory’s default.
Important!
A restore to the factory defaults will delete all your configuration
settings. Any settings you have saved will be lost when the default settings
are restored.
At the prompt, enter 12 for loading all setting to default value.
Note:
You will see the confirm message.
Example:
select:
12
You will see the following confirm message:
System will reboot, Do you want to continue?(1.yes 2.no):1
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Diagnostic
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Diagnostic
Overview
The following options in the Diagnostic menu will be displayed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
System Information
VDSL2
LAN
WAN
WLAN
DHCP Server
NAT/Bridge
DNS
Remote Management
IGMP
Hardware Test
Heavy CPU Usage Simulator
System Information
At the prompt, enter 1 for showing the system information parameters. Following
parameters are displayed:
•
Firmware version: Show the current firmware version
•
System up time: Show how long the system has been up and operated
•
CPU utilization: Show the current CPU utilization
•
Interface show: Show the information of each interface
•
Module show: Show the modules loaded to the system
•
Thread show: Show the current threads status
•
Route show: Show the current routing rules
•
Memory utilization: Show the current memory utilization
•
Syslog: Show the syslog information.
VDSL2
At the prompt, enter 2 for showing the VDSL2 parameters. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
Connection status: Check if the VDSL2 connection is active
•
Connection time: Show how long the VDSL2 connection has been constructed
•
Net data rate: Show the net data rate and would be available once VDSL2 is sync.
•
Chain rate: Show the chain rate and would be available once VDSL2 is sync.
•
SNR: Show the SNR value and would be available once VDSL2 is sync.
•
Error code: Show the error code number and would be available once VDSL2 is not
sync. or in some error condition.
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LAN
At the prompt, enter 3 for showing the LAN parameters. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
LAN IP address: Show the LAN IP address
•
LAN Subnet Mask: Show the LAN subnet mask
•
Statistics: Show out packets/bytes transmitted, received, dropped, collisions
•
Switch status: Check, if Switch works properly
•
Connection status: Check the connection in LAN port 1 to 4.
(Connected/Disconnected)
•
Connection mode: Check the connection mode in LAN port 1 to 4. (10/100, Duplex
mode).
WAN
At the prompt, enter 4 for showing the WAN parameters. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
Mode: PPPoE or DHCP mode is enabling
•
WAN IP address: Show the WAN IP address
•
Subnet mask: Show the WAN subnet mask
•
Gateway: Show the WAN gateway
•
DNS IP address: Show the WAN DNS IP address
•
WAN Host Name: Show the WAN hostname
•
WAN Domain Name: Show the WAN domain name.
•
WAN MTU: Show the WAN MTU (Maximum Transfer Unit)
•
Statistics: Show packets/bytes transmitted, received, dropped, and collisions.
WLAN
At the prompt, enter 5 for showing the WLAN parameters. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
WLAN module status: Check, if WLAN module is up and works properly
•
SSID: Show the configured SSID
•
Authentication mode: Show the authentication mode per pair
•
Key: Show the key per pair
•
Statistics: Show the WLAN transmitted power, packets transmitted/received and
dropped
•
Associate Table: Show the wireless clients MAC address, time associated, and current
transmitted rate.
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DHCP Server
At the prompt, enter 6 for showing the DHCP server status. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
DHCP Server Enable/Disable: Check, if the DHCP server is enabling
•
DHCP assign IP list: Show the assigned IP list and would be only available once
DHCP server is enabled.
Note:
Add also “lease expires in” field.
NAT/Bridge
At the prompt, enter 7 for showing the NAT/Bridge status. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
NAT/Bridge mode : Show NAT or bridge mode is enabling
•
NAT type : Show the NAT type
•
NAT Statistic : Show the NAT translation history, including protocol, state, original
source IP address, original destination IP address, original source port, original
destination port, inverted source IP address, inverted destination IP address, inverted
source port, and inverted destination port. It will also display the number of current
connections through NAT.
DNS
At the prompt, enter 8 for showing the DNS status. Following parameters are displayed:
•
DNS functionality Check: Check, if the DNS functionality works properly.
(The DNS server's IP address is displayed and show that the DNS can resolve the
domain name properly.)
•
DNS IP address: Show the DNS IP address that is currently used.
Remote Management
At the prompt, enter 9 for showing the remote management status. Following parameters
are displayed:
•
TR069 functionality Check: Check, if the functionality status is okay.
IGMP
At the prompt, enter 10 for showing the IGMP parameters. Following parameters are
displayed:
•
IGMP version: Show the IGMP version
•
IGMP Statistic Period: Show the IGMP statistic period
•
IGMP Log Level: Show the IGMP log level.
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Diagnostic
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Hardware Test
At the prompt, enter 11 for showing the result of the hardware test.
Heavy CPU Usage Simulator
At the prompt, enter 12 for simulating a heavy CPU usage situation in the system.
The CPE will take as long as 500 minutes and may not respond during this period.
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Exit
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Exit
Purpose
At the prompt, enter 14 for closing the CLI connection to the CPE.
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