IG7200 Smart Phone Gateway User Guide

IG7200
Smart Phone Gateway
User Guide
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WARNING! ! 1. Read these installation instructions carefully before connecting the
equipment to its power adapter.
2. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover from the
equipment or attempt to dismantle it. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltage levels. Equally, incorrect reassembly
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to 104oF).
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equipment, such as TVs, radios, hi-fi or video equipments (which radiate
electromagnetic fields).
9. Do not connect the LAN/WAN port to any network other than an Ethernet
network.
10. Do not attempt to upgrade your equipment in an unstable power
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The IG7200 can be powered with correct power adaptor, the power adaptor
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3 / 53 Table Of Contents
1.
2.
Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 7
Getting to Know the IG7200 ..................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Front Panel .......................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 Rear Panel ......................................................................................................................... 10
3. IG7200 Voice General Features ................................................................................................. 11
3.1 Access Control for Web Page ............................................................................................ 11
3.2 Basic Call .......................................................................................................................... 11
3.3 Call Abandon..................................................................................................................... 11
4. Configuration .............................................................................................................................. 12
4.1 Setup ................................................................................................................................. 12
4.2 Establish the Connection ................................................................................................... 13
4.3 Wizard ............................................................................................................................... 14
4.4 Information........................................................................................................................ 15
4.4.1 System Information ............................................................................................ 15
4.4.2 WAN/LAN Packet Statistics............................................................................... 16
4.4.3 Routing Table ...................................................................................................... 16
4.4.4 ARP....................................................................................................................... 17
4.4.5 DHCP ................................................................................................................... 18
4.5 Network setting ................................................................................................................. 19
4.5.1.
WAN ........................................................................................................... 19
4.5.2.
LAN ............................................................................................................ 21
4.5.3.
NTP............................................................................................................. 22
4.5.4.
UPNP .......................................................................................................... 23
4.5.5.
DDNS ......................................................................................................... 25
4.5.6.
ICE .............................................................................................................. 25
4.5.7.
Mal-reg ....................................................................................................... 26
4.5.8.
Advance ...................................................................................................... 27
4.5.8.1 Virtual Servers ..................................................................................................... 27
4.5.8.2 Routing ................................................................................................................ 28
4.5.8.3 IP Filter-Outgoing setup ...................................................................................... 29
4.5.8.4 IP Filter-Incoming setup ...................................................................................... 30
4.6 System Settings ................................................................................................................. 32
4.6.1 Smart Phone ........................................................................................................... 32
4.6.2 C.O. Line ................................................................................................................ 33
4.6.3 System Parameter ................................................................................................... 34
4.6.4 IP Camera ............................................................................................................... 36
4.7 Wireless ............................................................................................................................. 37
4.7.1 Basic ....................................................................................................................... 37
4.7.2 Security .................................................................................................................. 37
4.7.3 Advanced ................................................................................................................ 38
4 / 53 4.7.4 Station Info ............................................................................................................. 39
4.7.5 Power Saving ......................................................................................................... 39
4.8 Advance Settings ............................................................................................................... 41
4.8.1 Audio ...................................................................................................................... 41
4.8.2 Gain & Frequency .................................................................................................. 42
4.9 System Management ......................................................................................................... 43
4.9.1 User Management .................................................................................................. 43
4.9.2 Web Language ........................................................................................................ 44
4.9.3 Update .................................................................................................................... 45
4.9.4 Backup/Restore ...................................................................................................... 45
4.9.5 Update Certificate .................................................................................................. 47
4.9.6 APNS-APS Server Configuration .......................................................................... 47
4.9.7 System Log ............................................................................................................ 48
4.9.8 System Packet Log ................................................................................................. 49
4.9.9 Reboot .................................................................................................................... 49
4.9.10 Diagnostic ............................................................................................................ 49
4.9.11 Reset ..................................................................................................................... 50
Appendix 1: Product Summary .................................................................................................. 51
Figure 1 The basic configuration of IG7200 system ............................................................ 7
Figure 2 The full application of IG7200 system ................................................................... 8
Figure 3 Front Panel of IG7200 ........................................................................................... 9
Figure 4 Rear Panel of IG7200 ........................................................................................... 10
Figure 5 Authentication .................................................................................................... 13
Figure 6 Information ......................................................................................................... 14
Figure 7 WAN Connection and Wireless settings ............................................................. 15
Figure 8 Information‐WAN ................................................................................................ 16
Figure 9 Information‐LAN ................................................................................................. 16
Figure 10 Routing table ................................................................................................... 17
Figure 11 ARP Information ................................................................................................ 17
Figure 12 DCHP ................................................................................................................. 18
Figure 13 Network settings‐WAN‐static IP ........................................................................ 19
Figure 14 Network settings‐WAN‐DHCP ........................................................................... 20
Figure 15 Network settings‐WAN‐PPPOE.......................................................................... 20
Figure 16 Network settings‐LAN ....................................................................................... 21
Figure 17 Network settings‐NTP ....................................................................................... 22
Figure 18 Network settings‐DDNS .................................................................................... 25
Figure 19 Internal Softswitch Settings .............................................................................. 26
Figure 20 Mal‐reg .............................................................................................................. 27
Figure 21 Virtual Servers Setting ...................................................................................... 28
Figure 22 Routing Table .................................................................................................... 28
Figure 23 Add Routing Rule .............................................................................................. 29
5 / 53 Figure 24 IP Filter‐Outgoing Setup .................................................................................... 29
Figure 25 Add IP Filter‐Outgoing ....................................................................................... 30
Figure 26 IP Filter‐Incoming Setup .................................................................................... 30
Figure 27 Add IP Filter‐Incoming Setup ............................................................................ 31
Figure 28 System‐Smart phone ......................................................................................... 32
Figure 29 System‐Smart phone‐Modify ............................................................................ 33
Figure 30 C.O. Line ............................................................................................................ 34
Figure 31 System Parameter ............................................................................................. 35
Figure 32 System‐Wireless‐Basic ...................................................................................... 37
Figure 33 Wireless‐Security .............................................................................................. 38
Figure 34 Wireless‐Advance ............................................................................................. 39
Figure 35 Station information ........................................................................................... 39
Figure 36 Power saving setting ......................................................................................... 40
Figure 37 Audio Setting ..................................................................................................... 42
Figure 38 Gain & Frequency Settings ................................................................................ 42
Figure 39 System Management‐User Management ......................................................... 43
Figure 40 System Management‐User Management‐modify password ............................ 44
Figure 41 System Management‐Web Language ............................................................... 44
Figure 42 System management‐Upgrade .......................................................................... 45
Figure 43 System Management‐User Management ......................................................... 46
Figure 44 System Log ........................................................................................................ 48
Figure 45 System Packet Log ............................................................................................. 49
Figure 46 Reboot ............................................................................................................... 49
Figure 47 Event Log Configuration .................................................................................... 50
Figure 48 System Reset ..................................................................................................... 50
6 / 53 1. Introduction MOCET Smart Phone gateway, IG7200, is an all-wireless solution for home users.
With MOCET IG7200 and soft client, user can access home PSTN line via existing
smart phone or video from IP Cam. The IG7200 system opens up access to the
benefits of VoIP, including low cost long distance service, and one network for both
voice and data.
The IG7200 is so easy to configure that a fully working system can be set up in
minutes. Plug and Play feature allows smart phone, Android phone or iPhone, with
MOCET soft client to be automatically detected and registered when they are
connected.
This product specification is MOCET product specification of IG7200 for MOCET
brand. The ODM product features will be appended to meet customer’s special
requirements.
Android Phone
PSTN
Wi-Fi
IG7200
iPhone
Figure 1
The basic configuration of IG7200 system
7 / 53 Mobile Network
TURN &
Base Station
Internet
DDNS
WiFi Hot Spot
Server
Broadband
Smart Phone
PSTN
Wi
IG7200
Ethernet /Wi-Fi
Remote access
voice & video
Figure 2
The full application of IG7200 system
Interface
‹ WAN Interface: one 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port
‹ LAN Interface: one 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port
‹ CO Interface: 1 FXO (Loop Start, for PSTN)
‹ Built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi access point
‹ Auto-Pairing button
Terminals
‹ Support up to 6 terminals, the terminal could be Smart phone.
(Soft Client for iPhone and Android Phone)
Basically, the Administration is required to do the following things:
(1) To understand the architecture, resources, and devices of whole
environment which will be involved with the VoIP communications.
(2) To build a common setting file for most users.
(3) To configure each phone and install them into the network.
(4) To configure each interfaces and install them into IG7200.
(5) And to solve the problems that users encounter during operation.
8 / 53 2. Getting to Know the IG7200 2.1 Front Panel 1. The front panel contains several LEDs that indicate the status of the
IG7200.
Figure 3 Front Panel of IG7200
LED Name
POWER
WLAN
Color
Blue
Status
Description
Fast Flash
Firmware upgrading
Slow Flash
Booting
Solid on
System is ready
Off
Power off
Red/
Blue On
Wireless LAN is active
Blue
Off
Wireless LAN is idle
Red/Blue
Paring button is pressed for smart pairing
Flashing
WAN
LINE
Blue
Blue
On
WAN is connected
Off
WAN is not conneced
Flashing
WAN activity present (traffic in either direction)
On
PSTN Line is active
9 / 53 Off
PSTN Line is idle
Flashing
PSTN receives incoming call, flashing according
to the receive cadence
2.2 Rear Panel
Figure 4 Rear Panel of IG7200
Name
Color
Description
POWER Switch
Black
Power ON/OFF
POWER Receptor
Black
Receptor for the supplied power adapter
RESET
Reset to factory default
WAN
Blue
Connect to Internet
LAN
Yellow
Connect to Local LAN
LINE
Gray
Connect to PSTN
10 / 53 3. IG7200 Voice General Features 3.1 Access Control for Web Page
The Access Control settings allow the System Administrator to configure the
Web Port, Service Control List.
Administrator mode: unrestricted access and program
(Default: admin1234/123456)
3.2 Basic Call
IG7200 supports 6 SMP( Smart Phone, IP-3051 installation). SMP can make
Intercom call with other SMP phone or make outgoing trunk through FXO
trunk.
3.3 Call Abandon
For every PSTN call, IG7200 provides the facility to monitor the call status. If
the remote party hangs up, the ongoing call will be terminated.
11 / 53 4. Configuration 4.1 Setup
z Connect the IG7200 LAN port to PC.
z The default LAN IP of the IG7200 is 192.168.123.1.
z The default WAN IP of the IG7200 depends on upper router’s DHCP
server.
z For web login, the default user name is “admin1234”, the default
password is “123456”.
12 / 53 4.2 Establish the Connection
Enter the IP address of IG7200 from the Web Browser.
A Dialogue Box will pop up to request the user to enter username and
password.
Figure 5 Authentication
Please enter the management username/password into the fields then click
the OK button (default username/password is admin1234/123456).
When the authentication is OK, the home page “Information – Summary” will
be displayed. In the Web Configuration, it is divided into seven categories:
z Wizard
z Information
z Network setting
z System setting
z Wireless
z Advance settings
z System Management
13 / 53 Figure 6 Information
4.3 Wizard
This section allows user to configure the WAN connection type and Wireless
Settings.
WAN Type Selection: There are three modes to assign WAN IP
address to IG7200: Static IP mode, DHCP mode and PPPoE mode.
Enable Wireless: Enable or disable the wireless LAN interface.
Network Name (SSID): Allow user to change the wireless network
name.
14 / 53 Figure 7 WAN Connection and Wireless settings
4.4 Information
This information reflects the current Status of IG7200 connection. It includes
the following topics:
z System information
z WAN
z LAN
z Routing Table
z ARP
z DHCP
4.4.1 System Information
In the page,you can get the information reflects the current software version
and IG7200 status. It includes:
z System: Display the manufacturer, software and hardware version
information.
z WAN: WAN IP information.
z LAN: LAN IP information.
z Service: The DDNS and DHCP information.
z Smart phone status: Display the smart phone registration status.
z FXO: PSTN Line is active or not.
z Date: Display date and time.
15 / 53 4.4.2 WAN/LAN Packet Statistics
In these two pages, you can get the traffic statistics of the WAN/LAN
interface. Click “Reset” to clean up all network statistics.
Figure 8 Information-WAN
Figure 9 Information-LAN
4.4.3 Routing Table
In the page,you can get the information about routing table of this device.
16 / 53 Figure 10 Routing table
4.4.4 ARP
This page shows an ARP table which maps network IP addresses to hardware
Addresses used by data link protocol.
Figure 11 ARP Information
17 / 53 4.4.5 DHCP
In this page, you can get the information for each LAN IP lease status. Figure 12 DCHP
18 / 53 4.5 Network setting
Network
topics:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
setting allows system administrator to configure the following
WAN
LAN
NTP
UPnP
DDNS
ICE
Mal-reg
Advance
4.5.1. WAN
There are three modes that you can assign WAN IP address to IG7200:
Static IP mode, DHCP mode and PPPoE mode.
Network Address Translation (NAT) allows you to share one public WAN IP
address for multiple computers on your LAN side. In IG7200, NAT is default
enabled and is not shown on the page to prevent it from being disabled.
This page shows the setting of WAN interface which is Static IP mode.
Figure 13 Network settings-WAN-static IP
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is an Internet protocol for
automating the configuration of computers that use TCP/IP. DHCP can be
used to automatically assign IP addresses, to deliver TCP/IP stack
19 / 53 configuration parameters such as the subnet mask and default router, and to
provide other configuration information.
This page shows the setting of WAN interface which is DHCP mode
Figure 14 Network settings-WAN-DHCP
The Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) requires a user name
and password that your ISP has provided to you to establish your
connection. This page shows the setting of WAN interface which is PPPoE
mode.
Figure 15 Network settings-WAN-PPPOE
20 / 53 4.5.2. LAN
It allows you to set LAN IP and Subnet Mask for LAN interface. You can also
enable or disable DHCP Server and configure related settings. The “Static
IP Lease List” allows to program 2 entries to have the fixed IP address for
the specified devices.
Figure 16 Network settings-LAN
21 / 53 4.5.3. NTP
This page allows you to configure the Internet time setting. You can
configure the “NTP server”. And the IG7200 can synchronize its system time
with NTP time server automatically. Or you can manually configure the date
and time settings by setting “System Time settings”.
Figure 17 Network settings-NTP
22 / 53 4.5.4. UPNP
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a set of networking protocols that permits
networked devices, such as personal computers, gateways, Wi-Fi access
points and mobile devices to seamlessly discover each other's presence on
the network and establish functional network services for communications.
IG7200 use sub-function of UPnP – PMP(NAT Port Mapping Protocol) to
allows IG7200 at a private network (behind a NAT router) to automatically
configure port mapping table in the router and can allow out-parties on
public network to contact it.
Figure
8
Network settings-UPnP
„ Port Mapping need to Config on NAT Router
1. SIP – 5070, SIP Signal Port,
Editable
2. Web – 8800, Web Remote Access Port, Not Editable
3. IGCP – 38600, IG private protocol port, Not Editable
4. RTP – 30000 ~ 300015, RTP Media Port, Editable
5. IP-Cam – 5678 ~ 5685, IP-Cam use Port, Not Editable
23 / 53 „ Operation & Condition
1. When user enable or disable uPNP function, IG7200 will send PMP
configuration Request to uPNP Server and get response. IG7200 will
show configuration result (Success or Fail) and external router IP if uPNP
request succeed on web page.
2. IG7200 uPNP operation relies on NAT router uPNP-PMP performance
and user network environment greatly. Because of uPNP-PMP protocol
design, IG7200 can only issue one request for one port at one time. It
means one port mapping rule on NAT router is used for one port, not a
range of ports. In general, there is the limitation of 20 or 30 rues for PMP
table on NAT routes. IG7200 minimums port requirement is 18, so It
results in uPNP operation fail when router’s PMP table is not enough
which is maybe used by other devices.
3. In order to reduce port occupation on NAT router, IP-Cam port (5678 ~
5685) will be requested to be set dynamically by IG7200. If no IP-Cam is
connected to system, no IP-Cam port will be applied to NAT router.
4. It will take a period of time about 10-20 seconds to refresh uPNP web
page for uPNP request sending and receiving when user enable/disable
uPNP service.
5. Remote Web access is disabled in default setting. In order to reduce port
occupation, web port is removed from uPNP-PMP request. And it needs
user manually Config port mapping on NAT router when user enabled
remote web access function.
Notes: Later version will resolve this issue and system will automatically
send uPNP request for web port setting when user enabled Remote Web
function.
24 / 53 4.5.5. DDNS
The Dynamic DNS service allows you to alias a register domain name to a
dynamic IP address. It allows IG7200 to be more easily accessed from
various locations on the Internet. You can add or remove Dynamic DNS.
Figure 18 Network settings-DDNS
Now IG7200 support DynDNS.org. Specify the register hostname and
choose the related interface. Fill in the username/password and click “Save”.
IG7200 will update the current IP with DDNS provider when click “Save” or
system reboot successfully. IG7200 will also update the current IP
automatically with DDNS provider in the programmed Update Cycle.
4.5.6. ICE
The ICE (Interactive Connectivity Establishment) is a network technique that
used for NAT Firewall traversal if the device is located behind a NAT.
IG7200 can use this technique to permit NAT Firewall traversal for
applications of VOIP and other interactive IP communications.
25 / 53 Figure 19
Internal Softswitch Settings
4.5.7. Mal-reg
The Mal-reg setting is used to avoid mal-registration packet attacked from
outside world.
Frequence: Allow you to setup the condition to determine the packets from
internet are normal registration packets or attacked packets. To setup the
number of second to allow how many packets (counts) came from a same
internet host. If the number of packets is over this condition in the time
interval, then IG7200 will determine it is a network attack.
Dynamic BlackList: Allow you to change the black list display range.
26 / 53 Figure 20 Mal-reg
4.5.8. Advance
Advanced Setup allows system administrator to configure the following
topics:
z
Virtual Servers
z
Routing
z
IP Filter-Outgoing setup
z
IP Filter-Incoming setup
4.5.8.1 Virtual Servers
Virtual Server allows system administrator to direct incoming traffic from WAN
side identified by Protocol and External port to the internal server with private
IP address on the LAN side. The “Internal Port” can be modified if the “External
Port” needs to be converted to a different port number used by the server on
the LAN side. The remote IP should be specified in the table to allow the
access.
27 / 53 Figure 21 Virtual Servers Setting
4.5.8.2 Routing
The Routing allows you to add special routing rules into routing table.
Figure 22 Routing Table
Click “Add” to create a new routing rule. Enter the destination network address,
subnet mask, gateway and interface, then click "Save" to add the entry to the
routing table.
28 / 53 Figure 23 Add Routing Rule
4.5.8.3 IP Filter-Outgoing setup
It allows system administrator to create a filter rule to identify outgoing IP traffic
by specifying a new filter name. At least one condition is needed. All of the
specified conditions in this filter rule must be satisfied for the rule to take effect.
Figure 24
IP Filter-Outgoing Setup
29 / 53 Figure 25 Add IP Filter-Outgoing
4.5.8.4 IP Filter-Incoming setup
It allows the administrator to create a filter rule to identify incoming IP traffic by
specifying a new filter name. At least one condition is needed. All of the
specified conditions in this filter rule must be satisfied for the rule to take effect.
Figure 26
IP Filter-Incoming Setup
30 / 53 Figure 27 Add IP Filter-Incoming Setup
31 / 53 4.6 System Settings
Use the System screen to configure the IG7200’s voice related parameters.
It allows system administrator to configure SMP client.
4.6.1 Smart Phone
The IG7200 combines Proxy and Register servers in its application. All
phones registered to the internal Register server are set here; it provides 6
phones to register.
Figure 28 System-Smart phone
User Number: The user number is 10~15.
Display name: The display name is a name for this phone, if the phone
make call, the name will show on the callee’s screen. It synchronizes
from the smart phone when the phone is registered.
Password: The user password of this phone. The length is up to 24 digits
or characters. It’s used for Digest Authentication.
State: The state can show the state of the phones, if the phone is
registered, it will show “Registered”; if the phone is not registered, it will
show “Not registered”.
MAC: The MAC can show the MAC of the registered phone, if a phone is
registered, its MAC will be shows on here.
32 / 53 Mobile number: The mobile number can show the smart phone’s mobile
number, if a smart phone is registered, the mobile number will
synchronize with smart phone and showed on here.If the user is not
registered, other users can dial the mobile number by system IG7200 to
make call to the user.
Pair State: If the smart phone is registered successfully by PNP (plug
and play) mode and synchronized successfully, the state will show “Pair
success”, else it shows “initial”.
Status: You can enable or disable the status, if the status is disable, the
number cannot be registered.
Action: You reset phone registration data, if the registration data is reset,
the number will become “Not Registered”.
ICM-DND: You can enable or disable ICM-DND. All ICM call will be
restricted to ring SMP when this flag is checked. Default is disable.
Trunk-DND: You can enable or disable Trunk-DND. All PSTN trunk call
will be restricted to ring SMP when this flag is checked. Default is disable.
You can modify the phone register configuration here, you can select an
account and click “modify” to edit the configuration.
Figure 29 System-Smart phone-Modify
4.6.2 C.O. Line
This page allows administrator to adjust signal gain and voltage for C.O. line.
33 / 53 C.O. Line: FXO caller ID.
Analog-> Packet Gain(dB): Adjust the volume of voice, which is transferred
from analog signal to VoIP packet. (Default: +8 dB)
Packet->Analog Gain(dB): Adjust the volume of voice, which is transferred
from VoIP packet to analog signal. (Default: +5 dB)
FXO Voltage: Allow the administrator to decide the voltage level is normal or
low for off-hook. This function should be operated by administrator. (Default:
normal)
Figure 30 C.O. Line
4.6.3 System Parameter
This page allows administrator to setup the advanced system parameters.
Internal Settings
Hostname: Display the DDNS hostname for IG7200.
Route IP: If IG7200 is located behind a router, the router IP address will be
displayed here automatically. If this field is blank, it means IG7200 connects to
ADSL/cable modem directly.
Register Interval: IG7200 internal FXO module register interval time. (User
needs not change this parameter in common case)
Port Configuration
Remote Administration: Allow administer remote accesses the IG7200 web
page when this item is checked.
Callcontrol Port: IG7200 SIP Server port. Default port number is 5070.
Gateway Port: Internal FXO module port. Default port number is 5062. (User
34 / 53 needs not change it in common case)
DTMF CID: The settings allow administrator to change the DTMF start and
end digit, if it needs special digits for PBX connection.
Start digit: Default digit is “D”.
End digit: Default digit is “C”.
Other Settings
FXO Loop Interruption: Setup the FXO loop interruption time. The range is
from 400ms to 1000ms.
PSTN DTMF tone: Enable/Disable DTMF tone.
Call Waiting: Enable/Disable the call waiting function.
Figure 31 System Parameter
35 / 53 4.6.4 IP Camera
IG7200 can connect with IP camera and support remote video monitor function.
User can access to IG7200 IP-Cam and do video monitor.
System can support third party IP-Cam and MOCET IP-Cam. For third-party
IP-Cam, user must correct Config the IP-Cam and fill its network and related
device parameters in IP-Cam table. For MOCET IP-Cam, user can easily
complete programming process through PNP function.
Figure
„
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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IP Camera
IP-Cam PNP Operation
Do Reset to default action on IP-Cam
Connect IP-Cam to IG7200 LAN port with RJ45 cable.
Press Pairing Button when IP-Cam reboot complete.
IG7200 will automatically send network and system parameters to IP-Cam.
IP-Cam reboot and work through wifi connection.
„ Condition
1. IP-Cam will reboot after PNP operation success,otherwise, PNP operation
is considered as fail if IP-Cam does not begin reboot operation.
2. User must make sure IP-Cam process reset to default operations before
PNP process.
3. Pairing button will be dark when IP-Cam PNP operation is done, or will be
dark when 60s is timeout.
36 / 53 4.7 Wireless
Use the Wireless screen to configure the IG7200 for wireless access. It is
separated into 5 parts:
z Basic
z Security
z Advanced
z Station Info
z Power Saving
The configurable items for each part would be described in the following.
4.7.1 Basic
This page allows you to configure basic features of the wireless LAN
interface. You can enable or disable the wireless LAN interface, hide the
network from active scans, set the wireless network name (also known as
SSID).
Figure 32 System-Wireless-Basic
4.7.2 Security
This page allows you to configure security features of the wireless LAN
interface. You can set the network authentication method, select data
encryption, specify whether a network key is required to authenticate to this
wireless network and specify the encryption strength.
37 / 53 Figure 33 Wireless-Security
4.7.3 Advanced
This page allows you to configure advanced features of the wireless LAN
interface. You can select a particular channel on which to operate, force the
transmission rate to a particular speed.
Protocol: Default setting is B+G+N.
Channel: Select the appropriate channel from the list provided to
correspond with your network settings. All devices in your wireless
network must use the same channel in order to function correctly.
Chanel width: User can choose 20MHz/40MHz in both band or 20MHz in
2.4G band/40MHz in 5G band.
Chanel Ext: Specify if the extension channel should be in the “Upper” or
“Below” sideband.
Rate: The default setting is Auto. The range is from 1 to 54Mbps. The rate
of data transmission should be set depending on the speed of your
wireless network. You can select from one transmission speed, or keep
the default setting,.
WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia): Feature that improves the experience for
audio, video and voice applications over a Wi-Fi network.
38 / 53 Figure 34 Wireless-Advance
4.7.4 Station Info
This page shows wireless stations’ status.
Figure 35 Station information
4.7.5 Power Saving
User can setup a specific time to turn on/off for power saving.
39 / 53 Figure 36 Power saving setting
40 / 53 4.8 Advance Settings
The system administrator can setup the audio and tone related parameter as
following topics:
z Audio
z Gain & Frequency
4.8.1 Audio
It is used to setup audio-related parameters.
Codec: The system administrator can choose the codec G.711u, G.711a,
G.723 and G.729 for audio signal process, and setup the codec priority.
Jitter Buffer Type: Select “Adaptive” or “Non-Adaptive”.
Jitter Buffer Depth: The range is from 0ms ~ 200ms.
VAD/CNG: Enable or Disable VAD/CNG. The VAD/CNG performs voice
activity detection and comfort noise generation. It is used reduced bandwidth
channels during non-voiced portions of a conversation.
Echo Cancel Time: Setup the echo cancel time.
DTMF: There are two methods for transmitting DTMF tone. Select
RFC2833 Method, the DTMF tone will be transmitted by event packet. Select
In-Band Method, the DTMF tone will be represent in SIP INFO Message.
RFC2833 Payload: The default payload is 101.
Packet Time: Setup packet time.
FXO Dial Delay: When the user seizes a PSTN/FXO line, the Stable
Time delay is needed. Its range is from 100 to 5000 ms.
FXO Flash Timer: The on-off duration for sending the FLASH signal. Its
range is from 100 to 1500 ms
RTP Loss Detection Timer: The range is from 30 ~ 300sec.
ITSP support RFC_2833_Flash: Check or uncheck this function.
FXO Echo Cancel: Enable or disable FXO echo cancel function.
41 / 53 Figure 37 Audio Setting
4.8.2 Gain & Frequency
It is used to setup tone-related parameters.
Figure 38 Gain & Frequency Settings
42 / 53 4.9 System Management
The system administrator can do the following functions to manage the
configurations, events, and software update of the IG7200.
z User Management
z Web language
z Upgrade
z Update Certificate
z APS Server Configuration
z Backup/Restore
z System Log
z System Packet Log
z Reboot
z Diagnostic
z Reset
4.9.1 User Management
In this page you can define the passwords for administrator. The
Administrator has unrestricted access to change and view configuration of
your IG7200. The Support is used to allow an ISP technician to access your
IG7200 for maintenance and to run diagnostics. The User can access the
IG7200, view configuration settings and statistics, as well as, update the
router’s software.
Use the password field to enter up to 16 characters. Note: Password cannot
contain a space.
Figure 39 System Management-User Management
43 / 53 Figure 40 System Management-User Management-modify password
4.9.2 Web Language
IG7200 support 3 kinds Languages: English, Simple Chinese, and
Traditional Chinese. Users can choose a language and the web will be
changed.
Figure 41 System Management-Web Language
44 / 53 4.9.3 Update
The new released software could be upgraded from the Local PC side or
remotely. Click the “Browse” to locate the new software image file in the PC.
Then, click “Update Software” to process the software update. NOTE: The
upgrade process takes about 10 minutes to complete, and your IG7200 will
reboot.
Figure 42 System management-Upgrade
4.9.4 Backup/Restore
Click “Save”, you may save your IG7200’s configurations to a file on your PC.
The backup file is a compress file (.tar). It includes System Configuration file.
Click “Browse” to locate the setting file saved on the Local PC. The file can
be a System Configuration file (config.xml). Then, click “Update” would apply
the settings to the IG7200 according to the configuration file.
45 / 53 Figure 43 System Management-User Management
46 / 53 4.9.5 Update Certificate
This page allow user to manually update APPLE certificate file and Key File
for iOS APNs(Apple Notify Service) Service.
4.9.6 APNS-APS Server Configuration
MOCET provide APNS-APS Server and IG7200 will get APNs Certification file
from APNS-APS Server automatically according to requirement. User need not
manually update certification file.
System default enabled this function and include MOCET APNS-APS Server
domain.
47 / 53 4.9.7 System Log
This page allows engineer for advanced debug for IG7200.
Figure 44 System Log
48 / 53 4.9.8 System Packet Log
This page allows engineer to capture the packet from WAN or LAN port.
Figure 45 System Packet Log
4.9.9 Reboot
Click the “System Restart” button to reboot IG7200.
Figure 46 Reboot
4.9.10 Diagnostic
User can enable the event log record (check “Enable” and press “Apply”
button), and then download the log file to PC.
49 / 53 Figure 47 Event Log Configuration
4.9.11 Reset
Select “Factory Default” can be returned to default setting.
Figure 48 System Reset
50 / 53 Appendix 1: Product Summary
TCP/IP Protocols
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IP Protocol (791)
ARP (RFC 826) / RARP (RFC 903)
ICMP (RFC792)
TCP (RFC 793)
UDP (RFC 768)
SNTP
DNS
HTTP
RTP
Static Routing
IP Address Assignment
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Static
Dynamic
Subnet Mask
PPPoE Client (RFC 2516)
Primary and Secondary DNS
DHCP Server (RFC 2131-2132)
DHCP Client (RFC 2132)
Routing
„ Static routing
„ DHCP Server/Client
„ NAT/NAPT
Virtual Server
„ Virtual Server
QoS
„ SIP DSCP
„ RTP DSCP
VoIP Protocols
„ SIP (RFC 3261)
„ SDP(RFC2327, RFC3264)
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Real Time Protocol (RTP ; RFC 1889)
MD5 (RFC3261 HTTP) digest authentication
G.168 Echo Cancellation
Voice Codec: G.711u, G.711a, G.729 and G.723
Digital Audio
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Codec: G.711 a-law/μ-law 64Kbps
SIP Call Offer /Answer: Codec auto capacity exchange
Echo Cancellation: G.168 for each voice line
Silence Detection/Suppression
Comfort Noise Generation
Adaptive jitter buffer
Different frame size support (10,20,30,40, 50, and 60ms)
Packet loss concealment
Out-band (RFC2833) and In-band DTMF
Security
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Password protected system management
User authentication for PPP (PAP/CHAP/MSCHAP)
Packet Filtering
Wireless Security:
Support WEP (64, 128-bit) encryption
802.1x and WPA/WAP2 authentication
Configuration Management
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LAN/WAN management via Web-based browser interface
Firmware upgrade available by HTTP
Status display and event report from Web-based management
Configuration Save and Restore
Reset to factory default
Radio - WLAN
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Standard : IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Media Access Control : CSMA/CA with ACK
Modulation : OFDM/CCK
Frequency Range (Range depends on different country)
Physical Interfaces
„ One 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet port (RJ-45) for WAN interface
52 / 53 „ One 10/100BaseT Ethernet port (RJ-45) for LAN interface
„ One PSTN Line interface (RJ-11)
Power Requirement
„ Input : Voltage Range 90~230 VAC
„ Output : 12V DC / 0.5A
Operating Environment
„ Temperature : 0~40℃
„ Humidity : 10 to 90%, non-condensing
Physical Specification
„ Dimension : 100(W) x 141(L) x 73(D) (mm) 53 / 53