LTE520 User Manual - ReadyNet Solutions

LTE520
User Manual
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Table of Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Preface...................................................................................................................... 1
LED Indicators and Connectors ................................................................................ 1
2.1
Hardware Installation .................................................................................... 1
2.2
LED Indicators .............................................................................................. 2
User Interface Web Page .......................................................................................... 3
3.1
Two-Level Management ............................................................................... 3
3.2
Accessing the User Interface Web Page ...................................................... 3
3.2.1 From the LAN Port ................................................................................. 3
3.2.2 From the WAN Port ................................................................................ 3
3.3
Web Page ..................................................................................................... 4
Status ........................................................................................................................ 5
4.1
System Log .................................................................................................. 7
Network ..................................................................................................................... 8
5.1
WAN ............................................................................................................. 8
5.1.1 Static IP .................................................................................................. 8
5.1.2 DHCP ..................................................................................................... 9
5.1.3 PPPoE.................................................................................................... 9
5.1.4 Bridge ................................................................................................... 10
5.2
LTE ............................................................................................................. 11
5.3
LAN ............................................................................................................ 11
5.4
VPN ............................................................................................................ 12
5.5
Port Forward ............................................................................................... 12
5.6
DMZ ............................................................................................................ 12
5.7
DDNS ......................................................................................................... 13
5.8
QoS ............................................................................................................ 13
5.9
Port Setting ................................................................................................. 13
5.10
Routing ....................................................................................................... 14
5.11
Advance ..................................................................................................... 14
5.12
EoIP Tunnel ................................................................................................ 15
5.13
Connection Manager .................................................................................. 15
Wireless Connection ............................................................................................... 16
6.1
Enable Wireless and Set the SSID ............................................................. 16
6.2
Wireless Security ........................................................................................ 16
6.3
WMM (Administrative Users) ...................................................................... 17
6.4
WDS ........................................................................................................... 17
6.5
WPS ........................................................................................................... 17
6.6
Station Info ................................................................................................. 18
6.7
Advanced (Administrative Users) ............................................................... 18
SIP, FXS (1 and 2), and Voice Features and Prompts ............................................ 19
7.1
SIP.............................................................................................................. 19
7.1.1 SIP Settings ......................................................................................... 19
7.1.2 VoIP QoS ............................................................................................. 20
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7.1.3 Dial Rule............................................................................................... 20
7.1.4 Blacklist ................................................................................................ 20
7.1.5 Call Log ................................................................................................ 21
7.1.6 View the Register Status ...................................................................... 21
7.2
FXS (1 and 2) ............................................................................................. 22
7.2.1 SIP Account .......................................................................................... 22
7.2.2 Preferences .......................................................................................... 24
7.3
Voice Features............................................................................................ 25
7.3.1 Calling phone or extension numbers .................................................... 25
7.3.2 Direct IP calls ....................................................................................... 25
7.3.3 Call Hold............................................................................................... 26
7.3.4 Blind Transfer ....................................................................................... 26
7.3.5 Attended Transfer ................................................................................. 26
7.3.6 Conference........................................................................................... 26
7.4
Voice Prompts ............................................................................................ 27
8 Security ................................................................................................................... 29
8.1
Filtering Setting........................................................................................... 29
8.2
Content Filtering ......................................................................................... 30
9 Application .............................................................................................................. 31
9.1
Advance Nat ............................................................................................... 31
9.2
UPnP .......................................................................................................... 31
9.3
IGMP .......................................................................................................... 31
10
Administration ................................................................................................... 32
10.1
Management .............................................................................................. 32
10.1.1 Setting Up the Time Zone..................................................................... 32
10.1.2 Factory Defaults ................................................................................... 33
10.2
Firmware Upgrade ...................................................................................... 33
10.3
LTE Upgrade .............................................................................................. 33
10.4
Scheduled Tasks ........................................................................................ 34
10.5
Certificates ................................................................................................. 34
10.6
Provision ..................................................................................................... 35
10.7
SNMP ......................................................................................................... 35
10.8
TR-069 ....................................................................................................... 36
10.9
Diagnosis .................................................................................................... 36
10.10 Operating Mode .......................................................................................... 37
10.11 Logout ........................................................................................................ 37
10.12 Reboot ........................................................................................................ 37
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FCC Statement ................................................................................................. 38
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1
Preface
Thank you for choosing the LTE520 3G/4G wireless router with VoIP. This product allows
you to make ATA calls using your broadband connection, provides W i-Fi router functions,
and has LTE capability to serve as your primary Internet access or as a secondary access
point or backup.
This manual provides basic information on how to install and connect the ReadyNet LTE520
wireless router with VoIP to the Internet. It also discusses the router’s features and functions
and how to use them correctly. Before you can connect the LTE520 to the Internet and use it,
you must have a high-speed broadband connection installed.
The ReadyNet LTE520 wireless router with VoIP is a stand-alone device so no computer is
required to make Internet calls. The LTE520 provides clear and reliable voice quality through
the Internet, is fully compatible with SIP industry standards, and is able to interoperate with
many other SIP devices and software on the market.
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LED Indicators and Connectors
2.1
Hardware Installation
Connect the LTE520 using the following steps.
Step 1.Connect the Line port to a land line phone jack with an RJ-11 cable (standard phone
cord).
Step 2.Connect the W AN port to an access point such as a modem, switch, or router with an
Ethernet cable.
Step 3.Connect one of the LAN ports to your computer with an Ethernet cable.
Step 4.Connect one end of the power cord to the power port of this device. Connect the other
end to an electrical wall outlet.
Step 5.Push the ON/OFF switch to power on the router.
Step 6.Check the Power, W AN, and LAN LEDs to verify connections.
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2.2 LED Indicators
Front Panel
LED
POW ER
System On
LAN
4/3/2/1
Status
Explanation
On (Red)
Power is on.
Off
Power is off.
On (Green)
System is on.
Off
System is off.
Port is connected
On (Green)
(100Mbps).
Off
Port is disconnected.
Blinking (Green)
Data is transmitting.
Port is connected
On (Green)
W AN
W i-Fi
3G/4G
PHONE 1/2
Rear Panel
Off
Port is disconnected.
Blinking (Green)
Data is transmitting.
W ireless access
On (Green)
point is ready.
Blinking (Green)
Data is transmitting.
Blinking (Green)
4G is connected.
Off
4G is not connected.
Blinking (Green)
Not registered.
On (Green)
Registered.
Interface
Description
Reset
Press for 15 seconds to reset to
factory default.
WAN
Ethernet connection to the Internet.
LAN
1/2/3/4
Phone 2/1
DC
12V/1A
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(100Mbps).
Ethernet connectors to local
networked devices.
RJ11 ports for phone.
Connector for a power adapter.
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3
User Interface Web Page
3.1
Two-Level Management
The LTE520 supports user management. For user mode operation, please log in to the user
interface web page. The Username is “user” and the default Password is the last 8 letters of
the LAN port MAC address.
This section also explains how to set up a password for an administrator/root user and how to
adjust basic/advanced settings for successfully accessing the Internet.
3.2
Accessing the User Interface Web Page
3.2.1 From the LAN Port
Step1. Connect your computer to one of the router’s LAN ports using an Ethernet cable.
Notice: You may either simply set up your computer to get IP dynamically from the router or
set up the IP address of the computer to be the same subnet as the default IP address
of the router, which is 192.168.11.1.
Step 2. Open a web browser on your computer, type http://192.168.11.1. The following login
window will open.
Step 3. To login, type in the Username and Password found on the label on the bottom of the
LTE520 and click Login. (The username is “user” and the password is printed on the label on
the bottom of your router.)
The web page will log out after 5 minutes of no activity.
3.2.2 From the WAN Port
By default, remote web login from the W AN port is disabled. To enable remote web login from
the W AN port, you will need to log in through a LAN port (see 4.2.1) to get the W AN IP
address (see Status page), change the default password (Administration > Management >
Password Reset), and enable remote management (Administration > Management >
Web Access). The remote login port is 8080.
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Step 1. Make sure your PC can connect to the router’s W AN port.
Step 2. Open a web browser on your computer and type http://WAN IP ADDRESS:8080,
replacing WAN IP ADDRESS with the actual WAN IP address you obtained while logged in
through the LAN port. Then follow the login procedures in 4.2.1.
Step 3. Go to Administration > Management to enable Remote W eb Login and to reset
your login password.
3.3 Web Page
Sub-navigation bars will appear on the line below the top navigation bar. Click on the
sub-navigation bars to choose a configuration page.
After every change, click this button
to apply the change.
will then appear.
Click to cancel changes.
Click to reboot the router.
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Status
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4.1
System Log
By default, the local system log is enabled. User can check the system log in Status > Sys Log.
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5
Network
5.1
WAN
Open the Network > WAN web page as shown below and select the appropriate IP Mode
according to the information from your ISP. There are four types offered – Static, DHCP,
PPPoE, and Bridge.
5.1.1 Static IP
You will receive a fixed public IP address or a public subnet (multiple public IP addresses)
from your DSL or Cable ISP service providers. In most cases, a Cable service provider will
offer a fixed public IP while a DSL service provider will offer a public subnet. If you have a
public subnet, you can assign an IP address to the W AN interface.
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IP Address
Subnet
Mask
Gateway
IP Address
Primary
DNS
Server
Secondary
DNS
Server
Type the IP
address.
Type the subnet
mask.
Type the gateway
IP address.
Type in the primary
IP address for the
route.
Type in secondary
IP address for
necessity in the
future.
5.1.2 DHCP
The router has a built-in DHCP server that assigns a private IP address to each local host.
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. The router by factory default acts as
a DHCP server for your network so it automatically dispatches related IP settings to any local
user configured as a DHCP client. It is highly recommended you leave the router enabled as
a DHCP server if you do not have a DHCP server for your network.
Set the DNS Mode to Auto or Manual. If
DNS Mode
user chooses Manual, fill in the primary
and secondary DNS addresses.
Primary DNS
Server
Type in the primary IP address for the
route.
Secondary
Type in secondary IP address for
DNS Server
necessity in the future.
5.1.3 PPPoE
PPPoE stands for Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet. It relies on two widely accepted
standards: PPP and Ethernet. It connects users through an Ethernet to the Internet with a
common broadband medium, such as a single DSL line, wireless device, or cable modem. All
users over the Ethernet can share a common connection.
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PPPoE is often used for DSL. All local users can share one PPPoE connection for accessing
the Internet. Your service provider will provide you information about user name, password,
and authentication mode.
PPPoE
Account
PPPoE
Password
Confirm
Password
Assign a specific valid user name
provided by the ISP.
Assign a valid password provided by
the ISP.
Input the password again.
Set the DNS Mode to Auto or
DNS Mode
Manual.
If Manual, fill in primary and
secondary DNS addresses.
Primary
Type in the primary IP address for
DNS Server
the route.
Secondary
Type in secondary IP address for
DNS Server
necessity in the future.
5.1.4 Bridge
Bridge mode allows additional routers to connect to the network without conflicting with the
DHCP/NAT server. Additional routers may extend the network's wireless range and/or enable
additional wired connections for clients and devices. Use Bridge mode to connect two W i-Fi
routers, one set up as a router, the other set up in Bridge mode. W hen a router is set up in
Bridge mode, the LAN port functions as a W AN port. The device set up as a router will then
assign all the IP addresses.
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5.2
LTE
5.3
LAN
Local IP
Type in local IP address
Address
(Default: 192.168.11.1)
Type in an address code that
Local Subnet
determines the size of the
Mask
network. (Default:
255.255.255.0/ 24)
Local DHCP
Server
If or not enable DHCP server.
DHCP
Start/End
The DHCP start/end address.
Address
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Set the DNS Mode to Auto or
DNS Mode
Manual.
If Manual, fill in the primary and
secondary DNS addresses.
5.4
VPN
5.5
Port Forward
5.6
DMZ
Primary DNS
Type in the primary IP address
Server
for the route
Secondary
Type in the secondary IP
DNS Server
address for the route
Enabling DMZ
DMZ
will expose host
Enable
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DMZ
Enter private IP
Host IP
address of the
Address
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5.7
DDNS
5.8
QoS
5.9
Port Setting
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5.10 Routing
5.11 Advance
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5.12 EoIP Tunnel
5.13 Connection Manager
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6
Wireless Connection
6.1
Enable Wireless and Set the SSID
Open the Wireless > Basic web page as shown below.
Press
Radio
disable.
On/Off
Press
to
to
enable.
Network
Mode
Choose one network mode
from the drop down list.
The SSID can be any text,
Network
Name
(SSSID)
number, or special
characters. The default
SSID is 1200MXXXXXX or
1200MSXXXXXX (last 6
digits of the LAN MAC).
Multiple
For adding additional
SSSD1-3
wireless networks.
Broadcast
(SSID)
Frequency
6.2
Allows user to disable SSID
broadcast.
For choosing channel
frequency.
Wireless Security
Open the Wireless > Security web page to set up encryption for 2.4Ghz band and 5Ghz
band..
SSID
Choice
Select the SSID you’d like
to configure.
Select an appropriate
encryption mode for the
security and privacy of your
Security
Mode
wireless data packets.
Each encryption mode will
bring out a different web
page to offer additional
configurations.
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6.3
WMM (Administrative Users)
6.4
WDS
6.5
WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) provides an easy procedure to make a network connection
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between a wireless station and a wireless access point (router) using W PA and W PA2.
Users do not need to select any encryption mode or type a long encryption passphrase to set
up a wireless client. Users need only press a button on the wireless client and W PS will
connect the client and router automatically.
WPS
Enable WPS.
Press the button to
apply.
6.6
Station Info
6.7
Advanced (Administrative Users)
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7
SIP, FXS (1 and 2), and Voice Features
and Prompts
The LTE520 has two FXS ports used for SIP calls. Before registering you will need a SIP
account from your administrator or provider.
7.1
SIP
7.1.1 SIP Settings
Step 2. Enter the Server domains and Port addresses provided by your administrator or
provider into the Server and Port parameters.
Step 3. Enter the account name, phone number, account number, and password from your
provider or administrator into Display Name, Phone Number, Account, and Password
parameters.
Step 5. Click on Save at the bottom of the web page.
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7.1.2 VoIP QoS
7.1.3 Dial Rule
7.1.4 Blacklist
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7.1.5 Call Log
7.1.6 View the Register Status
To view the status, open the Status web page. If the value is registered as follows, the
LTE520 is ready to make phone calls.
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7.2
FXS (1 and 2)
7.2.1 SIP Account
Input basic information provided by your VoIP Service Provider such as phone number,
account password, and SIP Proxy.
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7.2.2 Preferences
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7.3
Voice Features
7.3.1
Calling phone or extension numbers
To make a phone or extension number call:
a) Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or SIP product) must have public IP
addresses, or
b) Both ATA and the other VoIP device must be on the same LAN using private or public IP
addresses, or
c) Both ATA and the other VoIP device can be connected through a router using public or
private IP addresses.
To make a call, pick up the analog phone or turn on the speakerphone and input the IP
address directly, ending the input with “#”.
7.3.2
Direct IP calls
Direct IP calling allows two phones, that is, an ATA with an analog phone and another VoIP
device, to talk to each other without a SIP proxy. VoIP calls can be made between two
phones if:
a) Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or SIP product) have public IP
addresses, or
b) Both ATA and the other VoIP device are on the same LAN using private or public IP
addresses, or
c) Both ATA and the other VoIP device can be connected through a router using public or
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private IP addresses.
To make a direct IP call, pick up the analog phone or turn on the speakerphone and input the
IP address directly, ending the input with “#”.
7.3.3
Call Hold
While in conversation, press “*77” to put the remote end on hold. Then you will hear dial tone
and the remote party will hear the hold tone.
Press “*77” again to release the hold and resume bi-directional media.
7.3.4
Blind Transfer
Assuming that call Party A and Party B are in conversation and A wants to blind transfer B to
C, Party A dials “*78” to get a dial tone, dials party C’s number and immediately presses “#”
(or waits 4 seconds) to dial out. Party A can then hang up.
7.3.5
Attended Transfer
Assuming that call Party A and Party B are in conversation. A wants to Attend Transfer B to
C.
Step 1. Party A dials “*77” to put Party B on hold, when Party A hears the dial tone, A dials
C’s number, then Party A and Party C are in conversation.
Step 2. Party A dials “*78” to transfer to C, now B and C are in conversation.
Step 3. If the transfer is not successful, A and B are in conversation again.
7.3.6
Conference
Party A and Party B are connected and A wants to add C to the conference.
Step 1. Party A dials “*77” to place Party B on hold, when Party A hears the dial tone, A dials
C’s number, then party A and party C are in conversation.
Step 2. Party A dials “*88” to add C, now A, B and C are in conference.
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7.4
Voice Prompts
Voice Menu Setting Options
Code
Contents
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “1” and the LTE520 reports the current WAN port connection type.
Step 3. Prompt "Please enter password”, user needs to input password with end char # if user
wants to configure WAN port connection type.
Password in the IVR is same as the Web login. User can use phone keypad to enter
For example: WEB login password is “admin”, so password in IVR is “admin” too, user
1
password directly and the matching table is in Note 4.
inputs “23646” to access and then configure the WAN connection port.
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if password is correct.
Step 5. Choose the new WAN port connection type, either 1. DHCP or 2. Static.
Step 6. Report “operation successful”, indicates user successfully made the changes. LTE520
will return to sound prompting “please enter your option, one WAN Port …….”.
If at any time you want to quit, press “**”.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “2”, and the LTE520 reports current WAN Port IP Address.
Step 3. Input the new WAN port IP address with the end char #.
2
Using “*” to replace “.”, user can input 192*168*20*168 to set the new IP address
192.168.20.168.
Press # key to indicate you have finished.
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
If at any time you want to quit, press “**”.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “3”, and the LTE520 reports the current WAN port subnet mask.
Step 3. Input a new WAN port subnet mask with the end char #.
3
Using “*” to replace “.”, user can input 255*255*255*0 to set the new WAN port subnet mask
255.255.255.0.
Press # key to indicate you have finished.
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
If at any time you want to quit, press “**”.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “4”, and the LTE520 reports current gateway.
Step 3. Input the new gateway with the end char #.
4
Using “*” to replace “.”, user can input 192*168*20*1 to set the new gateway 192.168.20.1.
Press # key to indicate you have finished.
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
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Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
Step 2. Choose “5”, and the LTE520 reports current DNS
Step 3. Input the new DNS with the end char #
5
Using “*” to replace “.”, user can input 192*168*20*1 to set the new gateway to
192.168.20.1
Press # key to indicate you have finished
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
If at any time you want to quit, press “**”.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “6”, and the LTE520 reports “Factory Reset”.
6
Step 3. Prompt "Please enter password", inputting password is the same as in operation 1.
If at any time you want to quit, press “*”.
Step 4. Prompt “operation successful” if the password is correct.
Step 5. Press “7”, reboot to make changes effective.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “7”, and the LTE520s report “Reboot”.
7
Step 3. Prompt "Please enter password", inputting password is the same as in operation 1.
Step 4. The LTE520 will reboot if the operation is correct.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “8”, and the LTE520 reports “WAN Port Login”.
Step 3. Prompt "Please enter password", inputting password is the same as in operation 1.
8
If at any time you want to quit, press “*”.
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
Step 5. Prompt “1enable 2disable”, choose 1 or 2 with confirm char #.
Step 6. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
Step 2. Choose “9”, and the LTE520 reports “ WEB Access Port”.
Step 3. Prompt “Please enter password”, inputting password is the same as in operation 1.
Step 4. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
9
Step 5. Report the current WEB Access Port.
Step 6. Set the new WEB access port with end char #.
Step 7. Report “operation successful” if user operation is correct.
Step 1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR.
0
Step 2. Choose “0”, and the LTE520 reports the current Firmware version.
Notes
W hen using Voice Menu, press “*” (star) to return to the main menu.
If any changes are made in the IP assignment mode, please reboot the LTE520 to apply the
changes.
W hen entering an IP address or subnet mask, use “*” (star) to replace “.” (dot). For example, to
enter the IP address 192.168.20.159 by keypad, press 192*168*20*159#, use the “#” (pound) key
to indicate you have finished entering the IP address.
W hen assigning an IP address in Static IP mode, you must also set the subnet mask and default
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gateway. If in DHCP mode, please make sure that DHCP SERVER is available in your existing
broadband connection to which W AN port of LTE520 is connected.
The default LAN port IP address of LTE520 is 192.168.11.1 and do not set the W AN port IP
address of LTE520 in the same network segment of LAN port of LTE520, otherwise it may lead to
the LTE520 fail to work properly.
Enter the password by phone keypad. The matching table between number and letters is as
follows:
To input: D, E, F, d, e, f -- press ‘3’
To input: G, H, I, g, h, i -- press ‘4’
To input: J, K, L, j, k, l -- press ‘5’
To input: M, N, O, m, n, o -- press ‘6’
To input: P, Q, R, S, p, q, r, s -- press ‘7’
To input: T, U, V, t, u, v -- press ‘8’
To input: W, X, Y, Z, w, x, y, z -- press ‘9’
To input all other characters in the administrator password-----press ‘0’, e.g. password is ‘admin-admin’,
press ‘23646023646’.
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8.1
Security
Filtering Setting
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8.2
Content Filtering
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9
Application
9.1
Advance Nat
9.2
UPnP
9.3
IGMP
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10 Administration
10.1 Management
User Type
Select the user type
New User
User can change new
Name
user name
New
Password
Confirm
Password
Input the new password
Confirm the password
NTP Enable
Enable NTP
Current Time
Display the current time.
NTP Settings
Select the time zone.
Primary NTP
Server
The primary NTP server
Secondary
The secondary NTP
NTP Server
server
NTP syn-
Set the NTP
chronization
synchronization.
10.1.1 Setting Up the Time Zone
Open Administration > Management web page as shown below, select the Time Zone,
specify the NTP server and set the update interval in NTP synchronization.
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10.1.2 Factory Defaults
Once the Factory Defaults Lock is enabled, the system will reboot without restoring factory
default values.
10.2 Firmware Upgrade
10.3 LTE Upgrade
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10.4 Scheduled Tasks
10.5 Certificates
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10.6 Provision
Provision allows a device to automatically resync to a specific configuration file on a TFTP
server or a web server which uses HTTP or HTTPS.
10.7 SNMP
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10.8 TR-069
10.9 Diagnosis
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10.10 Operating Mode
To configure the router for management by a TR-069 server (ACS), click Administration ->
TR069 and set both TR069 and CW MP to ‘Enable’. Enter the location of the ACS in the ‘ACS
URL’ field. In addition if the ACS requires a username and password, enter the ‘User Name’
and ‘Password’ fields. To configure the router to check in with the ACS, set ‘Periodic Inform'
to 'Enable’ and set the value of 'Periodic Inform Interval' to the number of seconds between
each check in.
Click ‘Save’ followed by ‘Reboot’ for your settings to be applied.
10.11 Logout
Press logout to exit.
10.12 Reboot
Press Reboot button to reboot the LTE520.
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11 FCC Statement
This device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC. It 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, many 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 to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
-Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
(Example- use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral
devices)
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter. This equipment complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment should be installed and
operated with minimum distance 28cm between the radiator and your body.
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