User Guide - DSLreports

Wireless 11ac Bonded VDSL2
Modem Gateway with MoCA 2.0
Model # T3200M
User Guide
xxxx-xxxx-000 rev. 1
Table of Contents
Getting Started With the Gateway
Package Contents
Minimum System Requirements
Features
Getting to Know the Gateway
Connecting the Gateway
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Accessing the Home Screen
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Accessing the Home Screen
Icon Bar
Connection Status
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Checking the Gateway’s Status
Accessing the Status Screens
Connection Status
xDSL Status
WAN Ethernet
Routing Table
Firewall Status
NAT Table
Wireless Status
Modem Utilization
LAN Status
ARP Table
Interface Statistics
Multicast Statistics
System Log
Configuring Wireless Settings
Accessing Wireless Settings
Basic Settings
Advanced Settings
WPS
MAC Address Control
WDS
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Configuring Firewall Settings
Accessing Firewall Settings
Firewall
IPv6 Firewall
Port Forwarding
Applications
DMZ Hosting
IPv6 DMZ Hosting
UPnP
Advanced Settings
Accessing the Advanced Setup Screens
Services Blocking
Website Blocking
Scheduling Access
WAN IP Addressing
IPv6 WAN Settings
LAN IP Settings
IPv6 LAN Settings
DHCP Reservation
Dynamic DNS
DNS Host Mapping
Port Bridging
Admin Password
Storage Device Info
Samba Configuration
Voice Advanced Setting
Voice Basic Setting
Voice Debug Setting
Reboot
Restore Defaults
Check for New Firmware
Speed Test
Ping Test
Tcpdump Debug
Iperf Test
IPv6 Ping Test
Traceroute
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Table of Contents
IPv6 Traceroute
Time Zone
Language Settings
DNS Cache
IGMP Setting
Upgrade History
SIP ALG
Tool Box
DLNA
xDSL Diagnostics
User’s Manual
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Specifications
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General
Wireless Operating Range
LED Indicators
Environmental
Notices
Regulatory Compliance Notices
Modifications
GPL (General Public License)
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Getting Started
With the Gateway
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Congratulations on purchasing the T3200M Wireless 11ac Bonded VDSL2 Modem
Gateway with MoCA 2.0. The Gateway is a single platform device that supports
universal WAN access, FTTN, FTTdp, FTTB, or FTTP. With support for advanced
802.11ac 4x4 WiFi and bonded MoCA 2.0, the Gateway enables blazing fast HD
video streaming, with multi-channel HD video throughput. The Gateway also
offers an unprecedented level of security, helping protect your network resources. It
has also been designed to delver unparalleled WiFi performance, using dual-band
WiFi supporting speeds up to 2.3 Gbps.
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Introduction
Package Contents
• Black Power adapter
• Yellow cable(Ethernet, 6ft.)
• White cable (Ethernet, 10ft.)
• Quick Start Guide
• Installation Guide
• Wall-mount template
• Vertical stand
Minimum System Requirements
• Active ADSL2+ service
• Computer with an 10 Mbps or 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet connection
• Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 7; Mac OS OS X+
• TCP/IP network protocol installed on each computer
Features
• ADSL2+, VDSL2, G.fast, and Fiber in a single CPE
• Dual Band WiFi delivering up to 2.3 Gbps with 802.11ac 4x4 5GHz and
802.11n 3x3 2.4GHz
• MoCA 2.0 with Channel Bonding and Turbo Mode
• Optimized for IPTV and Video over WiFi
• Integrated VoIP with 2 FXS Ports
• SFP cage for G.fast or EPON/GPON ONT modules
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Getting to Know the Gateway
This section contains a quick description of the Gateway’s lights, ports, and other
features. The Gateway has several indicator lights (LEDs) and a button on its front
panel, and a series of ports and switches on its rear panel.
Front Panel
The front panel of the Gateway features 2 LEDs (WAN and Wireless), and a WPS
(Wireless Protected Setup) button.
WAN LED
The WAN LED illuminates when the Gateway is properly connected to a WAN
Internet connection.
Wireless LED
The Wireless LED illuminates when the Gateway’s wireless network is operating
and properly configured.
WPS Button
The WPS button is used when connecting a wireless device to the Gateway’s
wireless network using WPS.
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Rear Panel
The rear panel of the Gateway features 14 ports, and a Reset button.
Power Port
The Power port is used to connect the Power cord (Model No.
NBS40C120300VU, made by NetBit, or Model No. CDS036-W120U, made by
Actiontec) to the Gateway.
Reset Button
Depressing the Reset button for 10 seconds will restore the Gateway’s factory
default settings. The reset process will start after releasing the button.
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Coax Port
The Coax port is used to connect the Gateway to a coaxial connection via
coaxial (MoCA) cable.
SFP Cage
The SFP cage is used to connect the Gateway to a service provider connection
via optical fiber cable.
WAN Ethernet Port
The WAN Ethernet port is used to connect the Gateway to a WAN connection
via an Ethernet cable.
LAN Ethernet Ports (4)
The LAN Ethernet ports are used to connect computers to the Gateway via
Ethernet cable. The Ethernet ports are 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing ports,
and either a straight-through or crossover Ethernet cable can be used when connecting to the ports.
USB Ports (2)
The USB ports are used to connect the Gateway to a USB device.
DSL Ports (2)
The DSL ports are used to connect the Gateway to a DSL wall outlet via DSL
cable.
VoIP Ports (2)
The VoIP ports are used to connect the Gateway to a telephone or other communication device via phone cable.
WARNING! Do not unplug the Power cord from the Gateway
during the reset process. Doing so may result in permanent damage
to the Gateway.
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Connecting the Gateway
There are many variables involved when connecting the Gateway, depending on the
type of Internet service available. The figure below shows all of the possible connections available for the Gateway.
Connecting a Computer to the Gateway
To connect a computer to the Gateway to access the Gateway’s graphical user interface (GUI):
1. Get the Gateway and black Power cord from the box.
2. Plug the black Power cord in the black port on the back of the Gateway and
then into a power outlet.
3. Turn the Gateway on.
4. Plug the yellow Ethernet cable from the box into one of the four yellow
Ethernet ports on the back of the Gateway.
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5. Make sure the computer is powered on, then plug the other end of the yellow Ethernet cable into an Ethernet port on the computer.
6. Make sure at least the LED on the LAN port into which the Ethernet cable
is plugged steadily green. This may take a few moments.
7. The computer should either be configured with a statically defined IP address
and DNS address, or instructed to automatically obtain an IP address using
the Network DHCP server. The Gateway is set up, by default, with an active
DHCP server, and it is recommended to leave this setting as is.
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Accessing the
Home Screen
This chapter gives a short overview of the Home screen of the Gateway’s graphical
user interface (GUI).
Accessing the Home Screen
To access the Home screen:
1. Open a Web browser on computer connected, via Ethernet cable, to one of the
Gateway’s LAN ports. In the Address text box, type:
http://192.168.1.254
then press Enter on the keyboard.
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2. The Gateway’s Home screen appears.
3. Enter the username “admin” and the password found on the sticker on the back of the
Gateway in the Username and Password text boxes at the top right side of the screen,
then click Login.
The Gateway’s GUI is now accessible.
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Home Screen
Icon Bar
At the top of the Home screen is the Icon Bar. Here, you can quickly access the
other four main sections of the Gateway’s GUI by clicking on the appropriate icon:
Status (see chapter x for more details); Wireless Setup (see chapter x for more
details); Firewall (see chapter x for more details); Advanced Setup(see chapter x for
more details). Clicking Home in any other screen generates the Home screen.
Connection Status
The bottom of the Home screen consists of connection and device information
relating to the Gateway. There are no configurable options here.
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Checking the
Gateway’s Status
This chapter explains the options available on the Status screens, which
display information about the Gateway’s network connections.
Accessing the Status Screens
To access the Gateway’s Status screens:
1. Open a Web browser. In the Address text box, type:
http://192.168.1.254
then press Enter on the keyboard.
2. The Gateway’s Main screen appears. Click the Status icon.
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Status
3.The Connection Status screen appears.
From here, all the Status screens can be accessed from the menu on the left.
Connection Status
Clicking Connection Status from any Status screen generates the Connection Status
(see figure, above). Information concerning the devices connected to the Gateway’s
network, whether wired or wireless, is displayed here, along with the connected
device’s IP address, MAC address, and (if applicable) IPv6 address.
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xDSL Status
Click xDSL Status from any Status screen to generate the xDSL Status screen. This
screen displays the Gateway’s DSL connection parameters.
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Status
WAN Ethernet
Click WAN Ethernet from any Status screen to generate the WAN Ethernet Status
screen. This screen displays the Gateway’s WAN (wide access network) parameters.
Routing Table
Click Routing Table from any Status screen to generate the Routing Table screen.
This screen displays the Gateway’s routes.
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Firewall Status
Click Firewall Status from any Status screen to generate the Firewall Status screen.
This screen displays parameters concerning the Gateway’s firewall.
NAT Table
Click NAT Table from any Status screen to generate the NAT Table screen. This
screen displays the Gateway’s WAN (wide access network) parameters.
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Status
Wireless Status
Click Wireless Status from any Status screen to generate the WAN Ethernet Status
screen. This screen displays the Gateway’s wireless network parameters.
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Wireless Status
Click Advanced Wireless Statistics from the bottom of the Wireless Status
screen to generate the Advanced Wireless Statistics screen. This screen displays the
Gateway’s additional wireless network parameters.
Wireless Monitor
Click Modemstatus Wireless Monitor from the bottom of the Wireless Status
screen to generate the Wireless Monitor screen. This screen displays parameters for
the clients connected to the Gateway’s wireless network.
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Status
Modem Utilization
Click Modem Utilization from any Status screen to generate the Modem
Utilization screen. This screen displays statistics related to the Gateway’s modem
operation.
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LAN Status
Click LAN Status from any Status screen to generate the LAN Status screen. This
screen displays the Gateway’s LAN (local area network) parameters.
ARP Table
Click ARP Table from any Status screen to generate the ARP Table screen. This
screen displays the Gateway’s ARP (address resolution protocol) table.
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Status
Interface Statistics
Click Interface Statistics from any Status screen to generate the Estimated
Interface Statistics screen. This screen displays various statistics and parameters
relating to the Gateway’s connection interfaces.
Multicast Statistics
Click Multicast Statistics from any Status screen to generate the Multicast
Statistics screen. This screen displays the Gateway’s multicast statistics.
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System Log
Click System Log from any Status screen to generate the System Log screen. This
screen displays the Gateway’s system log, which keeps track of all events that occur
on the Gateway.
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Configuring
Wireless Settings
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This chapter explains the options provided in the Wireless Settings section of the
Gateway’s firmware, including basic and advanced settings, and WPS.
Accessing Wireless Settings
To access the Wireless Settings screens:
1. Open a Web browser. In the Address text box, type:
http://192.168.1.254
then press Enter on the keyboard.
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2. The Gateway’s Main screen appears. Enter the user name and password,
then click Wireless Settings from the row of icons at the top of
the screen.
3. The Wireless Status screen appears, with a menu of other wireless options listed
on the left side of the screen.
Basic Settings
Click Basic Settings from any Wireless Settings screen to generate the Basic
Settings screen, as shown in the figure above. This screen displays a series of
settings relating to the basic functionality of the Gateway’s wireless network,
including SSID (network name), frequency, and security.
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Wireless
Advanced Settings
Click Advanced Settings from any Wireless Settings screen to generate the
Advanced Settings screen. This screen displays a series of settings relating to the
advanced capabilities of the Gateway’s wireless network, including compatibility
mode, channel width, and WMM power save.
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WPS
Click WPS from any Wireless Settings screen to generate the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected
Setup) screen, which allows the user to configure WPS by following the onscreen
instructions.
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MAC Address Control
Click MAC Address Control from any Wireless Settings screen to generate the
Wireless MAC Authentication screen, which allows the user to configure allow or
deny access to the Gateway’s wireless network using the MAC address of the
wireless device. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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Wireless
WDS
Click WDS from any Wireless Settings screen to generate the WDS Wireless
Distribution System screen, which allows the user to configure the Gateway to allow
wireless connections between access points. Follow the onscreen instructions to
configure.
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Configuring
Firewall Settings
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This chapter explains the options provided in the Firewall section of the Gateway’s
firmware, including setting up port forwarding and static NAT.
Accessing Firewall Settings
To access the Firewall screens:
1. Open a Web browser. In the Address text box, type:
http://192.168.1.254
then press Enter on the keyboard.
The Gateway’s Home screen appears. Click the Firewall icon.
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2. The Firewall screen appears, with a menu of other wireless options listed on the
left side of the screen.
Firewall
Click General from any Firewall Settings screen to generate the Firewall screen, as
shown in the figure above. To set up, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Firewall
IPv6 Firewall
Click IPv6 Firewall from any Firewall Settings screen to generate the IPv6 Firewall
screen. To set up, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Port Forwarding
Click Port Forwarding from any Firewall screen to generate the Port Forwarding
screen. Activating port forwarding allows the network to be exposed to the
Internet in certain limited and controlled ways, enabling some applications to work
from the local network (game, voice, and chat applications, for example), as well as
allowing Internet access to servers in the local network. This screen allows you to
configure the port forwarding settings of the Gateway. If changes are made in this
screen, click Apply at the bottom of the screen to save them.
Port forwarding settings should only be adjusted by experienced technical users
who are extremely familiar with wireless networking concepts.
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Firewall
Applications
Click Applications from any Firewall screen to generate the Applications screen.
This screen allows the user to designate certain applications to be forwarded, circumventing the usual firewall security settings. If changes are made in this screen,
click Apply at the bottom of the screen to save them.
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DMZ Hosting
Click DMZ Hosting from any Firewall screen to generate the DMZ Hosting screen.
The DMZ host feature allows one device on the network to operate outside the firewall
to use an Internet service that otherwise would be blocked, or to expose a networked
device to all services without restriction or security. To activate, click in the Enable
radio button, then enter the device’s IP address in the appropriate text boxes.
Caution! A DMZ host is not protected by the firewall and may be
vulnerable to attack. Designating a DMZ host may also put other
computers in the local network at risk. When designating a DMZ
host, consider the security implications and protect it if necessary.
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IPv6 DMZ Hosting
Click IPv6 DMZ Hosting from any Firewall screen to generate the IPv6 DMZ
Hosting screen. The DMZ host feature allows one device on the network to operate
outside the firewall to use an Internet service that otherwise would be blocked, or to
expose a networked device to all services without restriction or security. To activate,
follow the onscreen instructions.
Caution! A DMZ host is not protected by the firewall and may be
vulnerable to attack. Designating a DMZ host may also put other
computers in the local network at risk. When designating a DMZ
host, consider the security implications and protect it if necessary.
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UPnP
Click UPnP from any Firewall screen to generate the UPnP screen, which activates
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play). To activated, click in the Enable radio button,
then click Apply.
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Advanced Settings
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This chapter explains the options available with the Advanced Setup screens, which
configure some of the more complex settings on the Gateway.
Accessing the Advanced Setup Screens
To access the Gateway’s Advanced Setup screens:
1. Open a Web browser. In the Address text box, type:
http://192.168.1.254
then press Enter on the keyboard.
2. The Gateway’s Main screen appears. Click the Advanced Setup icon.
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3. The Services Blocking screen appears.
From here, all the Advanced Setup screens can be accessed from the menu on the left.
Services Blocking
Click Services Blocking from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Services
Blocking screen (see the figure, above). This feature allows the user to block certain
services from accessing the Gateway’s network(s). Follow the onscreen instructions
to configure.
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Website Blocking
Click Website Blocking from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Website
Blocking screen. This feature allows the user to block certain websites from accessing the Gateway’s network(s). Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
Scheduling Access
Click Scheduling Access from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Scheduling
Access screen. This feature allows the user to schedule access to the Gateway’s
network(s) for certain devices. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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WAN IP Addressing
Click WAN IP Addressing from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the WAN
IP Address screen. This feature allows the user to set the protocol used by the ISP for
Internet access. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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IPv6 WAN Settings
Click IPv6 WAN Settings from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the IPv6
WAN Settings screen. This feature allows the user to set the IPv6 protocol used by the
ISP for Internet access. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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LAN IP Settings
Click LAN IP Settings from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the LAN IP and
DHCP Settings screen. This feature allows the user to set LAN IP and DHCP server
settings on the Gateway. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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IPv6 LAN Settings
Click IPv6 LAN Settings from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the IPv6 LAN
Settings screen. This feature allows the user to set the IPv6 LAN IP settings on the
Gateway. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
DHCP Reservation
Click DHCP Reservation from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the DHCP
Reservation screen. This feature allows the user to lease a permanent DHCPallocated address to a client on the Gateway’s network. Follow the onscreen
instructions to configure.
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Dynamic DNS
Click Dynamic DNS from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Dynamic
DNS screen. This feature allows the user to associate the WAN IP address of the
Gateway with a host name. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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DNS Host Mapping
Click DNS Host Mapping from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the
Dynamic DNS screen. This feature allows the user to create a static host name for a
specified IP address. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
Port Bridging
Click Port Bridging from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Port Bridging
screen. This feature allows the user to create a port bridge on the Gateway. Follow
the onscreen instructions to configure.
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Admin Password
Click Admin Password from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Admin
Password screen. This feature allows the user to change the password for accessing
the Gateway’s graphical user interface. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
Storage Device Info
Click Storage Device Info from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Storage
Service screen. This feature allows storage devices connected to the Gateway to be
easily accessed. Any storage devices connected to the Gateway will be listed in the
table at the bottom of the screen.
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Advanced
Samba Configuration
Click Samba Configuration from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Samba
Configuration screen. This feature allows the user to set up a Samba environment.
Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
Voice Advanced Setting
Click Voice Advanced Setting from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the
Service VoIP - Advanced screen. This feature allows the user to configure advanced
VoIP settings on the Gateway. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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Voice Basic Setting
Click Voice Basic Setting from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Service
VoIP - Basic screen. This feature allows the user to configure basic VoIP settings on
the Gateway. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
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Voice Debug Setting
Click Voice Debug Setting from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Service
VoIP - Debug screen. This feature allows the user to configure VoIP debug settings on
the Gateway. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure.
Reboot
Click Reboot from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Reboot screen. Reboot
the Gateway by clicking Reboot.
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Restore Defaults
Click Restore Defaults from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Restore
Defaults screen. To restore certain settings on the Gateway, click the appropriate
Restore button.
Check for New Firmware
Click Check for New Firmware Link from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Upgrade Firmware from Internet screen. Follow the onscreen instructions to
upgrade the firmware on the Gateway.
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Speed Test
Click Speed Test from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Speed Test screen.
This screen allows the user to perform a speed test on the Gateway’s Internet (or
WAN) connection. Enter the URL for a speed test site, then click Test.
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Ping Test
Click Ping Test from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Ping Test screen. To
perform a ping test on the Gateway, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Advanced
Tcpdump Debug
Click Tcpdump Debug from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Tcpdump
Debug screen. To perform a tcpdump debug on the Gateway, follow the onscreen
instructions.
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Iperf Test
Click Iperf Test from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Iperf Test screen. To
perform an iperf test on the Gateway, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Advanced
IPv6 Ping Test
Click IPv6 Ping Test from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the IPv6 PingTest
screen. To perform an IPv6 ping test on the Gateway, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Traceroute
Click Traceroute from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Traceroute screen.
To perform an route trace on the Gateway, follow the onscreen instructions.
IPv6 Traceroute
Click IPv6 Traceroute from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the IPv6
Traceroute screen. To perform an IPv6 route trace on the Gateway, follow the onscreen
instructions.
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Advanced
Time Zone
Click Time Zone from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Time Zone screen.
Use this screen to set the time zone on the Gateway.
Language Settings
Click Language Settings from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Language
Settings screen. Use this screen to set the language on the Gateway’s graphical
user interface.
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DNS Cache
Click DNS Cache from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the DNS Cache
screen. Use this screen to set up a DNS cache on the Gateway.
IGMP Setting
Click IGMP Setting from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the IGMP Setting
screen. Use this screen to set up IGMP processes on the Gateway.
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Advanced
Upgrade History
Click Upgrade History from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Upgrade
History screen. This screen displays a list of firmware upgrades applied to the Gateway.
SIP ALG
Click SIP ALG from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the SIP ALG screen. This
screen allows the user to configure SIP ALG on the Gateway.
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Tool Box
Click Tool Box from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the Tool Box screen. This
screen allows the user to configure traffic and port mirroring on the Gateway.
DLNA
Click DLNA from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the DLNA screen. This
screen allows the user to configure DLNA settings on the Gateway.
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Advanced
xDSL Diagnostics
Click xDSL diagnostics from any Advanced Setup screen to generate the DLNA
screen. This screen allows the user to select a type of diagnostics on the Gateway.
User’s Manual
Click xDSL diagnostics from any Advanced Setup screen to view the Gateway’s user
manual.
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Specifications
General
Model Number(s)
T3200M (Wireless 11ac Bonded VDSL2 Modem Gateway with MoCA 2.0)
Standards
IEEE 802.3 (10BaseT)
IEEE 802.3u (100BaseTX)
IEEE 802.11 b, g, n (Wireless)
G.dmt
G.lite
t1.413
RFC 1483, 2364, 2516
Protocol
LAN - CSMA/CD
WAN - PPP, DHCP, Static IP
WAN
VDSL2 interface
LAN
10/100/1000 RJ-45 switched ports
Speed
LAN Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing
Wireless: 802.11n 300 Mbps optimal (see Wireless Operating Range for details)
Cabling Type
Ethernet 10BaseT: UTP/STP Category 3 or 5
Ethernet100BaseTX: UTP/STP Category 5
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Wireless Operating Range
Indoors
Up to 91M (300 ft.) @ 300 Mbps
Outdoors
Up to 457M (1500 ft.) @ 300 Mbps
Topology
Star (Ethernet)
LED Indicators
WAN, Wireless, and WPS Push Button
Power Adapter
This device is supplied with one of two power adapters:
Adapter 1
Model No. - NBS40C120300VU
Input - 100-240V~, 50/60Hz, 1.0A
Output - 12.0V === 3.0A
Manufacturer - NetBit
Adapter 2
Model No. - CDS036-W120U
Input - 100-240V~, 50/60Hz, 1.0A
Output - 12.0V === 3.0A
Manufacturer - Actiontec
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Environmental
Power
External, 12V DC, 3 A
Certifications
FCC Class B, FCC Class C (part 15, 68), CE Mark Commercial, UL
Operating Temperature
0º C to 45º C (32ºF to 113ºF)
Storage Temperature
-20ºC to 70ºC (-4ºF to 158ºF)
Operating Humidity
10% to 85% non-condensing
Storage Humidity
5% to 90% non-condensing
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Notices
Warranty
This product has a one-year Limited Hardware Warranty and 90-day free software
updates from date of purchase.
Local Law
This Limited Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. The
customer may also have other rights, which vary from state to state in the United
States, and from country to country elsewhere in the world.
To the extent that this Limited Warranty Statement is inconsistent with local
law, this Statement shall be deemed modified to be consistent with such local
law. Under such local law, certain disclaimers and limitations of this Warranty
Statement may not apply to the customer.
Go to http://www.actiontec.com/products/warranty.php for more information.
Important Safety Instructions
Basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and personal injury, including the following:
• Do not use this product near water – for example, near a bathtub, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, or swimming pool, or in a wet basement; only clean with
dry cloth.
• Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus including amplifiers that
produce heat.
• Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
• Use only the power cord indicated in this manual.
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Notices
Coaxial Cable
If applicable, the coaxial cable screen shield needs to be connected to the Earth at
the building entrance per ANSI/NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code (NEC),
in particular Section 820.93, “Grounding of Outer Conductive Shield of a Coaxial
Cable,” or in accordance with local regulation.
FCC Class B Equipment
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try and correct the
interference by implementing one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the device;
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made
to this device that are not expressly approved by Actiontec Electronics, Inc, may
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Notices
Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked With the FCC Logo
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference;
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation of the device.
Important Note on Wi-Fi
If applicable, this equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment.
The radio has been found to be compliant to the requirements set forth in CFR 47
Sections 2.1091, 15.247 (b) (4),15.407 addressing RF Exposure from radio frequency devices as defined in Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human
Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields. The equipment should be
installed more than 30 cm (~12 in.) from your body or nearby persons.
For product available in the USA market, only channel 1~11 can be operated.
Selection of other channels is not possible.
The device could automatically discontinue transmission in case of absence of
information to transmit, or operational failure. Note that this is not intended to
prohibit transmission of control or signaling information or the use of repetitive
codes where required by the technology.
The device for the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor usage to reduce potential for harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems.
The maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the band 5725-5825 MHz
shall comp with the e.i.r.p. limits specified for point-to-point and non point-topoint operation as appropriate.
The transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
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Contact Info
For questions regarding your product or the FCC declaration, contact:
Actiontec Electronics, Inc
760 North Mary Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, United States
Tel: (408) 752-7700
Fax: (408) 541-9003
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