Cambium cnPilot Home &

Cambium
cnPilot Home & Small
Business Wireless Router
User Guide
System Release V4.3.1
For R200x and R201x models
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Contents
About This User Guide .......................................................................................................................... 1
Contacting Cambium Networks .................................................................................................... 2
Purpose ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Cross references ............................................................................................................................. 3
Feedback ......................................................................................................................................... 3
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................................... 4
Part 15 FCC Rules ........................................................................................................................... 4
Class B Digital Device or Peripheral ............................................................................................. 4
GNU GPL Information .................................................................................................................... 4
Warnings, cautions, and notes ............................................................................................................ 5
Warnings ......................................................................................................................................... 5
Cautions .......................................................................................................................................... 5
Notes ............................................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 1:
Product description .......................................................................................................... 6
cnPilot Home R200x/R201x .................................................................................................................. 7
cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators and Interfaces ........................................................................... 8
cnPilot Home R201x LED Indicators and Interfaces ......................................................................... 10
Hardware Installation and Setup via cnMaestro .............................................................................. 11
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via cnMaestro ............................................................ 12
Accessing cnMaestro and Beginning Setup/Configuration ..................................................... 12
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via the local GUI (without cnMaestro) .................... 13
Voice Prompt ....................................................................................................................................... 15
Chapter 2:
Configuring Basic Settings ............................................................................................ 19
Two-Level Management ..................................................................................................................... 20
Web Management Interface ........................................................................................................ 20
Web Management Interface Details .................................................................................................. 22
Setting the Time Zone ................................................................................................................. 23
Configuring an Internet Connection ........................................................................................... 24
Setting up Wireless Connections ................................................................................................ 26
Configuring Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) ............................................................................ 29
Making a Call ................................................................................................................................ 31
Chapter 3: System planning ............................................................................................................ 33
Login ..................................................................................................................................................... 34
Status ................................................................................................................................................... 35
Network and Security ......................................................................................................................... 38
WAN .............................................................................................................................................. 38
Multi WAN Setting ....................................................................................................................... 45
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Contents
LAN ................................................................................................................................................ 52
Wireless................................................................................................................................................ 64
Wireless Security .......................................................................................................................... 77
SIP ......................................................................................................................................................... 79
FXS1 ..................................................................................................................................................... 81
FXS2 ..................................................................................................................................................... 97
Security ................................................................................................................................................ 98
Application ......................................................................................................................................... 101
Storage ............................................................................................................................................... 103
Administration ................................................................................................................................... 106
Management ............................................................................................................................... 106
Firmware Upgrade ..................................................................................................................... 112
Provision ..................................................................................................................................... 113
SNMP........................................................................................................................................... 115
TR-069.......................................................................................................................................... 116
Diagnosis .................................................................................................................................... 137
Operating Mode ......................................................................................................................... 139
System Log ................................................................................................................................. 140
Logout ......................................................................................................................................... 140
Reboot ......................................................................................................................................... 140
Chapter 4:
IPv6 address configuration on WAN interface ............................................................ 141
Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 141
Enabling IPv6 .............................................................................................................................. 142
Configuring IPv6 ......................................................................................................................... 142
Viewing WAN port status .......................................................................................................... 145
IPv6 DHCP configuration for LAN/WLAN clients ..................................................................... 145
LAN DHCPv6 ............................................................................................................................... 145
Chapter 5:
Managing device via cnMaestro ................................................................................. 147
Preparing the device ......................................................................................................................... 148
Login to cnMaestro ........................................................................................................................... 149
On Boarding of cnPilot R200/R201 .................................................................................................. 151
On Boarding using Serial Number ........................................................................................... 151
Onboarding using Cambium ID ................................................................................................ 152
Configuring the Devices ................................................................................................................... 153
Basic Details ................................................................................................................................ 153
Set Device Location .................................................................................................................... 153
Firmware Update ........................................................................................................................ 154
Configure Devices ...................................................................................................................... 154
Approving On Boarded devices ....................................................................................................... 156
Unclaiming the Devices .................................................................................................................... 157
Chapter 6:
Troubleshooting Guide................................................................................................ 158
Configuring PC to get IP Address automatically ............................................................................ 159
Cannot connect to the Web GUI ............................................................................................... 159
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Contents
Forgotten Password ................................................................................................................... 160
Fast Bridge Setting ..................................................................................................................... 160
cnMaestro On Boarding troubleshooting ....................................................................................... 162
Quick Installation procedure for Router .......................................................................................... 164
Glossary .................................................................................................................................................. I
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Figures
Figures
Figure 1 Login Prompt – LAN Port ........................................................................................................... 20
Figure 2 Login Prompt – WAN Port ......................................................................................................... 21
Figure 3 Multi VLAN ................................................................................................................................. 45
Figure 4 Multi WAN network ................................................................................................................... 46
Figure 5 Basic details .............................................................................................................................. 153
Figure 6 Select Location ......................................................................................................................... 154
Figure 7 Firmware update ...................................................................................................................... 154
Figure 8 Configure devices ..................................................................................................................... 155
Figure 9 Unclaiming the devices ........................................................................................................... 157
Figure 10 LAN .......................................................................................................................................... 159
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Tables
Tables
Table 1 Features at-a-glance ..................................................................................................................... 7
Table 2 cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators ............................................................................................ 8
Table 3 cnPilot Home R200x Interfaces .................................................................................................... 9
Table 4 cnPilot Home R201x LED Indicators ........................................................................................... 10
Table 5 cnPilot Home R201x Interfaces ................................................................................................... 10
Table 6 Voice Menu Setting Options ....................................................................................................... 15
Table 7 Web management interface ...................................................................................................... 22
Table 8 Setting time zone ........................................................................................................................ 23
Table 9 Configuring an internet connection .......................................................................................... 24
Table 10 Wireless > Basic web page (user view) ................................................................................... 26
Table 11 Wireless Security web page ..................................................................................................... 28
Table 12 Configuring SIP via the Web Management Interface ............................................................. 29
Table 13 Registration status ..................................................................................................................... 30
Table 14 Login details .............................................................................................................................. 34
Table 15 Status Page................................................................................................................................ 35
Table 16 Internet ....................................................................................................................................... 38
Table 17 DHCP .......................................................................................................................................... 39
Table 18 PPPoE ......................................................................................................................................... 40
Table 19 Bridge Mode .............................................................................................................................. 42
Table 20 Connect name ........................................................................................................................... 44
Table 21 Internet ....................................................................................................................................... 46
Table 22 Bridge Mode .............................................................................................................................. 48
Table 23 LAN port .................................................................................................................................... 52
Table 24 DHCP server settings ................................................................................................................ 54
Table 25 DHCP server, DNS and Client Lease Time .............................................................................. 55
Table 26 MAC clone ................................................................................................................................. 56
Table 27 VPN ............................................................................................................................................ 57
Table 28 DMZ ............................................................................................................................................ 57
Table 29 DDNS setting .............................................................................................................................. 58
Table 30 Port Forward .............................................................................................................................. 59
Table 31 Advance ..................................................................................................................................... 60
Table 32 Port setting ................................................................................................................................ 61
Table 33 QoS ............................................................................................................................................ 62
Table 34 Routing ...................................................................................................................................... 63
Table 35 Basic ........................................................................................................................................... 64
Table 36 Wireless security ....................................................................................................................... 67
Table 37 WiFI Security Setting ................................................................................................................ 68
Table 38 WPA-PSK ................................................................................................................................... 69
Table 39 WPAPSKWPA2PSK ................................................................................................................... 69
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Tables
Table 40 Wireless Access Policy ............................................................................................................. 70
Table 41 WMM ......................................................................................................................................... 71
Table 42 WDS ........................................................................................................................................... 72
Table 43 WPS ............................................................................................................................................ 73
Table 44 Station info ................................................................................................................................ 74
Table 45 Advanced ................................................................................................................................... 75
Table 46 Wireless security ....................................................................................................................... 77
Table 47 SIP settings ................................................................................................................................ 79
Table 48 VoIP QoS .................................................................................................................................... 80
Table 49 SIP Account – Basic .................................................................................................................. 81
Table 50 Audio configuration .................................................................................................................. 82
Table 51 Supplementary service ............................................................................................................ 83
Table 52 Advanced ................................................................................................................................... 84
Table 53 Volume settings ........................................................................................................................ 86
Table 54 Regional ..................................................................................................................................... 87
Table 55 Features and call forward ........................................................................................................ 88
Table 56 Miscellaneous ........................................................................................................................... 90
Table 57 Parameters and settings .......................................................................................................... 91
Table 58 Adding one dial plan ................................................................................................................ 92
Table 59 Dial Plan ..................................................................................................................................... 92
Table 60 Blacklist ...................................................................................................................................... 94
Table 61 Call log ....................................................................................................................................... 95
Table 62 Filtering setting ......................................................................................................................... 98
Table 63 Content filtering ........................................................................................................................ 99
Table 64 UPnP ........................................................................................................................................ 101
Table 65 IGMP ........................................................................................................................................ 102
Table 66 MLD .......................................................................................................................................... 102
Table 67 Disk Management ................................................................................................................... 103
Table 68 FTP Setting .............................................................................................................................. 104
Table 69 Smb setting ............................................................................................................................. 105
Table 70 Save Config File ...................................................................................................................... 106
Table 71 Administrator settings ............................................................................................................ 107
Table 72 NTP settings ............................................................................................................................ 108
Table 73 Daylight Saving Time ............................................................................................................. 110
Table 74 System log Setting ................................................................................................................. 110
Table 75 Factory Defaults Setting ......................................................................................................... 111
Table 76 Factory Defaults ...................................................................................................................... 111
Table 77 Firmware upgrade .................................................................................................................. 112
Table 78 Provision .................................................................................................................................. 113
Table 79 Firmware Upgrade .................................................................................................................. 114
Table 80 SNMP ....................................................................................................................................... 115
Table 81 TR069 ....................................................................................................................................... 116
Table 82 Diagnosis ................................................................................................................................. 137
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Tables
Table 83 Operating mode ...................................................................................................................... 139
Table 84 System log ............................................................................................................................... 140
Table 85 Logout ...................................................................................................................................... 140
Table 86 IPv6 Modes .............................................................................................................................. 141
Table 87 Enabling IPv6........................................................................................................................... 142
Table 88 Configuring Statefull IPv6 ...................................................................................................... 143
Table 89 Configuring Stateless IPv6 ..................................................................................................... 144
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About This User Guide
Thank you for choosing Cambium cnPilot Home &
Small Business WiFi router with ATA and optional
PoE support.
This manual provides basic information about how to
install and deploy the cnPilot Home R200x or the
R201x WiFi routers with VoIP to the Internet.
For remote configuration and deployment, an IP
connection is required.
The cnPilot Home & Small Business router with VoIP
is a managed device (that yet has the ability to act as
a stand-alone router if desired). In addition to WiFi,
this product provides high quality voice calls as well
as the optional ability to power Cambium’s ePMP
series subscriber module or the PMP450 series
subscriber module by supporting Cambium’s
(Canopy) PoE. For voice calls, the product is fully
compatible with the SIP industry standard and is able
to interoperate with many other SIP devices and
software on the market
This guide contains the following chapters:

Chapter 1: Product description

Chapter 2: Configuring Basic Settings

Chapter 3: System planning

Chapter 5: Managing device via cnMaestro

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting Guide
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About This User Guide
Declaration of Conformity
Contacting Cambium Networks
Support website:
http://www.cambiumnetworks.com/support
Main website:
http://www.cambiumnetworks.com
Sales enquiries:
solutions@cambiumnetworks.com
Support enquiries:
support@cambiumnetworks.com
Repair enquiries
rma@cambiumnetworks.com
Telephone number list:
http://www.cambiumnetworks.com/contact
Address:
Cambium Networks Limited,
Linhay Business Park,
Eastern Road,
Ashburton,
Devon, UK,
TQ13 7UP
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About This User Guide
Declaration of Conformity
Purpose
Cambium Networks Point-To-Point (PTP) documents are intended to instruct and assist personnel
in the operation, installation and maintenance of the Cambium PTP equipment and ancillary
devices. It is recommended that all personnel engaged in such activities be properly trained.
Cambium disclaims all liability whatsoever, implied or express, for any risk of damage, loss or
reduction in system performance arising directly or indirectly out of the failure of the customer, or
anyone acting on the customer's behalf, to abide by the instructions, system parameters, or
recommendations made in this document.
Cross references
References to external publications are shown in italics. Other cross references, emphasized in
blue text in electronic versions, are active links to the references.
This document is divided into numbered chapters that are divided into sections. Sections are not
numbered, but are individually named at the top of each page, and are listed in the table of
contents.
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content, accuracy, or completeness of our documents. Send feedback to
support@cambiumnetworks.com.
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About This User Guide
Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
Part 15 FCC Rules
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference, and

This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Class B Digital Device or Peripheral
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 can generate, use and
radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference does not occur in a particular installation.
Note
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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
interferences 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.
GNU GPL Information
cnPilot Home R200x/R201x firmware contains third-party software under the GNU General Public
License (GPL). Please refer to the GPL for the exact terms and conditions of the license. Important
regulatory information.
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About This User Guide
Warnings, cautions, and notes
Warnings, cautions, and notes
The following describes how warnings and cautions are used in this document and in all
documents of the Cambium Networks document set.
Warnings
Warnings precede instructions that contain potentially hazardous situations. Warnings are used to
alert the reader to possible hazards that could cause loss of life or physical injury. A warning has
the following format:
Warning
Warning text and consequence for not following the instructions in the warning.
Cautions
Cautions precede instructions and are used when there is a possibility of damage to systems,
software, or individual items of equipment within a system. However, this damage presents no
danger to personnel. A caution has the following format:
Caution
Caution text and consequence for not following the instructions in the caution.
Notes
A note means that there is a possibility of an undesirable situation or provides additional
information to help the reader understand a topic or concept. A note has the following format:
Note
Note text.
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Chapter 1:
Product description
This chapter covers:

cnPilot Home R200x/R201x

cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators and Interfaces

cnPilot Home R201x LED Indicators and Interfaces

Hardware Installation and Setup via cnMaestro

Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via the local GUI (without cnMaestro)

Voice Prompt
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cnPilot Home R200x/R201x
cnPilot Home R200x/R201x
Table 1 Features at-a-glance
Port / Interface
cnPilot Home cnPilot Home cnPilot Home cnPilot Home
cnPilot Home R201W
R200
R200P
R201
R201P
WAN
1xFE in RJ45
1xGE in RJ45
LAN
4xFE in RJ45
4xGE in RJ45
2X2 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n
2X2 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n
(300 Mbps)
Wi-Fi
2X2 5GHz 802.11ac
No
(867 Mbps)
USB
1X USB 2.0
1X USB 2.0
VoIP
2xFXS in RJ111
2xFXS in RJ111
No
Cambium PoE
(Power over
Ethernet) Out
No
Yes2
No
Yes2
Yes2
Power Adapter
12V/2A
12V/3A
12V/2A
12V/3A
12V/3A
cnMaestro
Managed
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1
A maximum of four devices may be connected to each FXS port.
2
One PMP or ePMP device at a time may be powered by the Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) port.
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cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators and Interfaces
cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators and Interfaces
Table 2 cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators
Front Panel
LED
Phone1/2
LAN
1/2/3/4
WAN
POWER
WLAN
Status
Explanation
Blinking (Green)
Not registered
On (Green)
Registered
On (Green)
Port is connected at 100 Mbps
Off
The port is disconnected
Blinking (Green)
Transmitting data
On (Green)
Port is connected with 100 Mbps
Off
The port is disconnected
Blinking (Green)
Blinks while transmitting data
On (Green)
The router is powered on and running normally
Off
The router is powered off
On (Green)
Wireless access point is ready
Blinking (Green)
Blinks while wireless traffic goes through
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cnPilot Home R200x LED Indicators and Interfaces
Table 3 cnPilot Home R200x Interfaces
Rear Panel
Interface
Description
POWER
Connector for a power adapter
Phone1/2
ATA Analog phone connector
USB
USB interface
WAN
Connector for accessing the Internet
LAN (1/2/3/4)
Connectors for local networked devices
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Chapter 1: Product description
cnPilot Home R201x LED Indicators and Interfaces
cnPilot Home R201x LED Indicators and Interfaces
Table 4 cnPilot Home R201x LED Indicators
LED
USB
2.4G/5G
WAN
LAN 1/2/3/4
POWER
Status
Explanation
On (Green)
Connected
Off
Disconnected
On (Green)
Wireless access point is ready
Blinking (Green)
The port is passing data
On (Green)
The port is connected at 100 Mbps
Off
The port is disconnected
Blinking (Green)
The data is transmitting
On (Green)
The port is connected at 100 Mbps
Off
The port is disconnected
Blinking(Green)
The port is transmitting data
On(Green)
Router is powered on and running normally
Off
The router is powered off
Table 5 cnPilot Home R201x Interfaces
Interface
Description
ON/OFF
Power Switch
POWER
Connector for a power adapter
USB
USB interface
LAN (1/2/3/4)
Connectors for local networked devices
WAN
Connector for accessing the Internet
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Chapter 1: Product description
Hardware Installation and Setup via cnMaestro
Hardware Installation and Setup via cnMaestro
Before configuring your router, please see the procedure below for instructions on connecting the
cnPilot Home device in your network.
Procedure 1 Configuring the Router
1. Connect analog phone to ATA Port with an RJ11 cable.
2. Connect the WAN port to the Internet via your network’s modem/switch/router/ADSL
equipment using an Ethernet cable.
3. Connect one end of the power cord to the power port of the device. Connect the other end
to the wall outlet.
4. Push the ON/OFF button to power on the router.
5. Check the Power, WAN, and LAN LEDs to confirm network connectivity.
6. The cnPilot R200x/R201x device will not power up and attempt to register with cnMaestro.
For further setup instructions please see section Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices
via cnMaestro
Warning
Please do not attempt to use unsupported power adapters and do not remove power
during configuring or updating the cnPilot Home R200x/R201x device. Using other
power adapters may damage the cnPilot Home R200x/R201x and will void the
manufacturer warranty.
Warning
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance can void the user’s authority to operate the 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 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.
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Chapter 1: Product description
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via
cnMaestro
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via
cnMaestro
cnMaestro, Cambium’s next generation network management system is the recommended
method for managing Cambium’s cnPilot access points. As Cambium develops new features, you
may find the latest information on operating these features at the Cambium Community Forum.
Register at Cambium’s support forum (http://community.cambiumnetworks.com/) for instructions,
discussions, and helpful tips on managing cnPilot access points.
Accessing cnMaestro and Beginning Setup/Configuration
Follow the below links to configure and manage cnPilot devices:

Login to cnMaestro on page 149

On Boarding of cnPilot R200/R201 on page 151

Configuring the Devices on page 153

Approving On Boarded devices on page 156

Unclaiming the Devices on page 157
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Chapter 1: Product description
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via the
local GUI (without cnMaestro)
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via the
local GUI (without cnMaestro)
Before configuring your router, please see the procedure below for instructions on connecting the
cnPilot Home device in your network.
Procedure 2 Configuring the Router
1. Connect analog phone to ATA Port with an RJ11 cable.
2. Connect the WAN port to the Internet via your network’s modem/switch/router/ADSL
equipment using an Ethernet cable.
3. If desired, connect one of 4 available LAN ports to your PC or networked device with an
Ethernet cable. cnPilot Home devices allow you to connect up to 4 PCs (or other Ethernetconnected devices) directly.
4. Connect one end of the power cord to the power port of the device. Connect the other end
to the wall outlet.
5. Push the ON/OFF button to power on the router.
6. Check the Power, WAN, and LAN LEDs to confirm network connectivity.
Warning
Please do not attempt to use unsupported power adapters and do not remove power
during configuring or updating the cnPilot Home R200x/R201x device. Using other
power adapters may damage the cnPilot Home R200x/R201x and will void the
manufacturer warranty.
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Chapter 1: Product description
Accessing and Configuring cnPilot Devices via the
local GUI (without cnMaestro)
Warning
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance can void the user’s authority to operate the 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 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.
Page 14
Chapter 1: Product description
Voice Prompt
Voice Prompt
cnPilot Home devices may be configured by navigating the unit’s voice menu. By using your
phone and dialing a sequence of commands, the device may be configured for operation. Each
device configuration section may be accessed by entering a certain operation code, as shown
below.
Table 6 Voice Menu Setting Options
Operation
code
Menu Navigation
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “1”, and cnPilot Home R200x/R201x reports the current WAN port
connection type
3. Prompt "Please enter password”, user needs to input password and press
“#” key, if user wants to configuration WAN port connection type.
1
WAN Port
Connection
Type
The password in IVR is same as web management interface login, the user
may use phone keypad to enter password directly
For example: WEB login password is “admin”, so the password in IVR is
“admin”. The user may “23646” to access and then configure the WAN
connection port. The unit reports “Operation Successful” if the password is
correct.
4. Prompt "Please enter password”, user needs to input password and press
“#” key if user wants to configuration WAN port connection type.
5. Choose the new WAN port connection type (1) DHCP or (2) Static
The unit reports “Operation Successful” if the changes are successful. The
cnPilot Home device returns to the prompt “please enter your option …”
6. To quit, enter “*”
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “2”, and cnPilot Home R200x /R201x reports current WAN Port IP
Address
2
WAN Port IP
Address
3. Input the new WAN port IP address and press “#” key:
Use “*” to replace “.”, for exampleuser can input 192*168*20*168 to set the
new IP address 192.168.20.168
4. Press # key to indicate that you have finished
Report “operation successful” if user operation is ok.
5. To quit, enter “**”.
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1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “3”, and cnPilot Home R200x /R201x reports current WAN port
subnet mask
3
WAN Port
Subnet Mask
3. Input a new WAN port subnet mask and press # key:
Use “*” to replace “.”, user can input 255*255*255*0 to set the new WAN
port subnet mask 255.255.255.0
4. Press “#” key to indicate that you have finished
Report “operation successful” if user operation is ok.
5. To quit, enter “**”.
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “4”, and cnPilot Home R200x/R201x reports current gateway
3. Input the new gateway and press “#” key:
4
Gateway
Use “*” to replace “.”, user can input 192*168*20*1 to set the new gateway
192.168.20.1.
4. Press “#” key to indicate that you have finished.
Report “operation successful” if user operation is ok.
5. To quit, press “**”.
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “5”, and cnPilot Home R200x /R201x reports current DNS
3. Input the new DNS and press # key:
5
DNS
Use “*” to replace “.”, user can input 192*168*20*1 to set the new gateway
192.168.20.1.
4. Press “#” key to indicate that you have finished.
Report “operation successful” if user operation is ok.
5. If you want to quit, press “**”.
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “6”, and cnPilot Home R200x /R201x reports “Factory Reset”
6
Factory Reset
3. Prompt "Please enter password", the method of inputting password is the
same as operation 1.
4. If you want to quit, press “*”.
Prompt “operation successful” if password is right and then cnPilot Home
R200x/R201x will be in factory default configuration.
5. Press “7” reboot to make changes effective.
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1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “7”, and cnPilot Home R200x/R201x reports “Reboot”
7
Reboot
3. Prompt "Please enter password", the method of inputting password is same
as operation 1.
4. cnPilot Home R200x/R201x reboots if password is right and operation is ok.
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “8”, and cnPilot Home R200x/R201x reports “WAN Port Login”
8
WAN Port
Login
3. Prompt "Please enter password", the method of inputting password is same
as operation 1.
4. If user wants to quit, press “*”.
5. Pick
Report
if to
user
operation
is ok.
1.
up “operation
phone and successful”
press “****”
start
IVR
2. Choose “9”, and cnPilot Home R200x /R201x reports “ WEB Access Port”
3. Prompt “Please enter password”, the method of inputting password is same
as operation 1.
9
WEB Access
Port
Report “operation successful” if user operation is ok.
4. Report the current WEB Access Port
5. Set the new WEB access port and press “#” key.
6. Report “operation successful” if user operation is successful.
0
Firmware
Version
1. Pick up phone and press “****” to start IVR
2. Choose “0” and CnPilot Home R200x/R201x reports the current Firmware
version
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Voice Prompt
Note
1. While using Voice menu, press * (star) to return to main menu.
2. If any changes made in the IP assignment mode, the router must be
rebooted in order for the settings to take effect.
3. While entering an IP address or subnet mask, use "*" (star) to enter "." (Dot)
and use "#" (hash) key to finish entering IP address or subnet mask
For example, to enter the IP address 192.168.20.159 by keypad,
press these keys: 192*168*20*159, use the #(hash) key to indicate
that you have finished entering the IP address.
Use the # (hash) key to indicate that you have finish entering the IP address
or subnet mask
4. While assigning an IP address in Static IP mode, setting the IP address,
subnet mask and default gateway is required to complete the configuration.
If in DHCP mode, please make sure that a DHCP server is available in your
existing broadband connection to which WAN port of cnPilot Home
R200x/R201x is connected.
5. The default LAN port IP address of cnPilot Home R200x/R201x is
192.168.11.1 and this address should not be assigned to the WAN port IP
address of cnPilot Home R200x/R201x in the same network segment of LAN
port.
6. The password can be entered using phone keypad, the mapping table
between number and letters 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 ‘236460263’
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Configuring Basic Settings
This chapter covers:

Two-Level Management

Web Management Interface

Configuring

Making a Call
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Two-Level Management
Two-Level Management
This section explains how to setup a password for an administrator or user and how to adjust
basic and advanced settings.
cnPilot Home R200x/R201x supports two-level management: administrator and user. For
administrator mode operation, please type “admin/admin” on Username/Password and click Login
button to begin configuration. For user mode operation, please type “user/user” on
Username/Password and click Login button to begin configuration.
Web Management Interface
cnPilot devices feature a web browser-based interface that may be used to configure and manage
the device. See below for information
Logging in from the LAN port
Ensure your PC is connected to the router’s LAN port correctly.
Note
You may either set up your PC to get an IP dynamically from the router or set up the
IP address of the PC to be the same subnet as the default IP address of router is
192.168.11.1. For detailed information, see Chapter 6: Troubleshooting Guide.
Open a web browser on your PC and type “http://192.168.11.1”. The following window appears
that prompts for Username and Password.
Figure 1 Login Prompt – LAN Port
For administrator mode operation, please type admin/admin on Username/Password and click
Login to begin configuration. For user mode operation, please type user/user on
Username/Password and click Login to begin configuration.
Note
If you are unable to access the web configuration, please see Chapter 6:
Troubleshooting Guide for more information.
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Two-Level Management
The web management interface automatically logs out the user after 5 minutes of inactivity.
Logging in from the WAN port
Ensure your PC is connected to the router’s WAN port correctly.
Obtain the IP addresses of WAN port using Voice prompt or by logging into the device web
management interface via a LAN port and navigating to Network > WAN.
Open a web browser on your PC and type http://<IP address of WAN port>. The following login
page will be opened to enter username and password.
Figure 2 Login Prompt – WAN Port
For administrator mode operation, type admin/admin on Username/Password and click Login to
begin configuration. For user mode operation, type user/user on Username/Password and click
Login to begin configuration.
Note
If you fail to access to the web configuration, see Chapter 6: Troubleshooting
Guide for more information.
The web management interface automatically logs out the user after 5 minutes of inactivity.
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Web Management Interface Details
Table 7 Web management interface
1
2
3
Field Name
Description
Top Navigation bar
Click an option in Top Navigation bar (area marked as “1”). Multiple
options in the Sub-navigation bar are displayed
Sub-navigation bar
Click the Sub-navigation bar to choose a configuration page (area marked
as “2”)
Parameter
configuration
This area displays the current parameters for configuration (e.g. area
marked as “3”)
1. Any time changes are made click "Save" to confirm and save the
changes.
2. On click of “Save” button, a red message will be displayed as shown
below to notify a reboot.
To cancel the changes.
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Setting the Time Zone
Table 8 Setting time zone
Field Name
Description
NTP Enable
Enable NTP (Network Time Protocol) to automatically retrieve time
and date settings for the device
Current Time
When NTP Enable is set to “Disable”, manually configure the time
and date via the Current Time parameter
Sync with host
Press
and time zone.
Primary NTP Server
Primary and secondary NTP server address for clock synchronization.
A valid NTP server must be reachable for full NTP functionality.
Secondary NTP Server
NTP Synchronization
(1- 1440m)
button to synchronize the host PC date, time
The synchronization period with NTP (1-1440 minutes), default is 60
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Configuring an Internet Connection
From the Network > WAN page, WAN connections may be inserted or deleted. For more
information on Internet Connection setting, see Table 9 below.
Table 9 Configuring an internet connection
Field Name
Description
Connect Name
Use keywords to indicate WAN port service model (the parameters are
defined in Network--> multi-WAN page)
Service
Chose the service mode for the created connection
IP Protocol Version
IPv4 and IPv6 are supported
WAN IP Mode
Choose Internet connection mode, DHCP, PPPoE, or Bridge
NAT Enable
Enable or disable NAT
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VLAN ID
Web Management Interface Details
Note
Multiple WAN connections may be created with the same
VLAN ID
DNS Mode
Select DNS mode, options are Auto and Manual:
1. When DNS mode is Auto, the device under LAN port will
automatically obtains the preferred DNS and alternate DNS.
2. When DNS mode is Manual, the user should manually configure the
preferred DNS and alternate DNS
Primary DNS
Enter the preferred DNS address
Secondary DNS
Enter the secondary DNS address
DHCP
(displayed when WAN IP Mode is set to DHCP)
DHCP Renew
Refresh the DHCP IP
DHCP Vendor
(Option60)
Specify the DHCP Vendor field
Display the vendor and product name
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Setting up Wireless Connections
To set up the wireless connection, please perform the following steps.
Enable Wireless and Setting SSID
Open Wireless > Basic webpage as shown below:
Table 10 Wireless > Basic web page (user view)
Field Name
Description
Select “Radio Off” to disable wireless operation
Radio On/Off
Select “Radio on” to enable wireless operation
Please note: “Save” required for this parameter change
Network Mode
Choose one network mode from the drop down list.
SSID
The logical name of the wireless connection (text, numbers or various
special characters)
Multiple SSID 1-4
Multiple SSID 1 - 4, configure up to 4 unique SSIDs
Enabled: The device SSID is broadcast at regular intervals
broadcast(SSID)
Disabled: The device SSID is not broadcast at regulatr intervals,
disallowing wi-fi clients from automatically connecting to the cnPilot
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AP Isolation
MBSSID AP Isolation
Web Management Interface Details
Enabled: Devices connected to the router are isolated from one another
on virtual networks
Disabled: Devices connected to the router are visible on the network to
each other
Enabled: Devices connected to the router via one of the Multiple SSIDs
are isolated from one another on virtual networks
Disabled: Devices connected to the router via one of the Multiple SSIDs
are visible on the network to each other
BSSID
Basic Service Set Identifier – AP MAC Address Listing
Frquency (Channel)
Select the channel of operation for the device from the drop-down list
HT Physical Mode
Operating Mode
Channel Bandwidth
Mixed Mode: Packet preamble (only) is transmitted in a format
compatible with legacy 802.11a/g (for 802.11a/g receivers).
Green Field: High throughput packet preambles do not contain legacy
formatting (802.11n only network)
20: cnPilot device operates with a 20 MHz channel size
20/40: cnPilot device operates with a 40 MHz channel size
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Encryption
Open Wireless/Wireless Security webpage to configure custom security parameters.
Table 11 Wireless Security web page
Field Name
Description
SSID Choice
Choose the SSID from the drop-drown list for which security will be
configured
Select an appropriate encryption mode to improve the security and
privacy of your wireless data packets.
Security Mode
Each encryption mode will launch an additional web page and ask you to
offer additional configuration.
For high security, the device can be configured for Security Mode as
WPA2-PSK and WPA Algorithms as AES.
WPA Algorithms
This parameter is used to select the encryption of wireless home
gateway algorithms; options are TKIP, AES and TKIPAES.
Pass Phrase
Configure the WPA-PSK security password.
Key Renewal Interval
Set the key scheduled update cycle, default is 3600s.
Access Policy
Disable: Access policy rules are not enforced
Policy
Allow: Only allow the clients in the station MAC list to access
Rejected: Block the clients in the station MAC list from registering
Add a Station MAC
Enter the MAC address of the clients which you want to allow or reject
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Configuring Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
SIP Accounts
cnPilot Home devices have 2 FXS ports to make SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) calls. Before
registering, the device user should have a SIP account configured by the system administrator or
provider. See the section below for more information.
Configuring SIP via the Web Management Interface
Table 12 Configuring SIP via the Web Management Interface
Procedure
1. Open the FXS1 (FXS2)/SIP Account webpage, as illustrated above.
2. Fill the SIP Server address and SIP Server port number (from administrator or provider) into
Proxy Server Name and into Proxy Port parameters.
3. Fill account details received from your administrator into Display Name, Phone Number and
Account details.
4. Type the password received from your administrator into the Password parameter.
5. Press
button in the bottom of the webpage to save changes.
Note
Upon the following dialogue:
Please press
button to make changes effective.
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Viewing the Registration Status
Table 13 Registration status
Procedure
To view the SIP account status of device, open the Status webpage and view the value of
registration status.
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Making a Call
Calling phone or extension numbers
To make a phone or extension number call:

Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or other SIP products) must have public
IP addresses, or

Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or other SIP products) are on the same
LAN using private or public IP addresses, or

Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or other SIP products) can be connected
through a router using a public or private IP addresses.
To make a call, first pick up the analog phone or turn on the speakerphone on the analog phone,
input the IP address directly, end with #.
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:

Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or other SIP products) have public IP
addresses, or

Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or other SIP products) are on the same
LAN using private or public IP addresses, or

Both ATA and the other VoIP device (i.e., another ATA or other SIP products) can be connected
through a router using public or private IP addresses.
To make a direct IP call, first pick up the analog phone or turn on the speakerphone on the analog
phone, Input the IP address directly, with the end “#”.
Call Hold
While in conversation, pressing the “*77” to put the remote end on hold, then you will hear the
dial tone and the remote party will hear hold tone at the same time.
Pressing the “*77” again to release the previously hold state and resume the bi-directional media.
Blind Transfer
Assume that call party A and party B are in conversation. Party A wants to Blind Transfer B to C:
Party A dials “*78” to get a dial tone, then dials party C’s number, and then press immediately key
# (or wait for 4 seconds) to dial out.
A can hang up.
Attended Transfer
Assume that call party A and B are in a conversation. A wants to Attend Transfer B to C:
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Party A dials “*77” to hold the party B, when hear the dial tone, A dials C’s number, then party A
and party C are in conversation.
Party A dials “*78” to transfer to C, then B and C now in conversation.
If the transfer is not completed successfully, then A and B are in conversation again.
Conference
Assume that call party A and B are in a conversation. A wants to add C to the conference:
Party A dials “*77” to hold the party B, when hear the dial tone, A dial C’s number, then party A
and party C are in conversation.
Party A dials “*88” to add C, then A and B, for conference.
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This chapter guides users to execute advanced (full) configuration through admin mode operation.
This chapter covers:

Login

Status

Network and Security

Wireless

SIP

FXS1

FXS2

Security

Application

Administration

Management

System Log

Logout

Reboot
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Login
Login
Table 14 Login details
Procedure
1. Connect the LAN port of the router to your PC vi an Ethernet cable
2. Open a web browser on your PC and type http://192.168.11.1.
3. Enter Username admin and Password admin.
4. Click Login
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Status
Status
Table 15 Status Page
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Status
Description
This webpage shows the status information about the Product, Network, and System including
Product Information, SIP Account Status, FXS Port Status, Network Status. and Wireless Info.
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You can configure the WAN port, LAN port, DDNS, Multi WAN, DMZ, MAC Clone, Port Forward
and other parameters in this section of the web management interface.
WAN
This page allows you to set WAN configuration with different modes. Use the Connection Type
drop down list to choose one WAN mode and then the corresponding page will be displayed.
Static IP
This configuration may be utilized when a user receives a fixed public IP address or a public
subnet, namely multiple public IP addresses from the Internet 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 WAN interface.
Table 16 Internet
Field Name
Description
IP Address
The IP address of Internet port
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask of Internet port
Default Gateway
The default gateway of Internet port
DNS Mode
Select DNS mode, options are Auto and Manual:
1. When DNS mode is Auto, the device under LAN port will
automatically obtain the preferred DNS and alternate DNS.
2. When DNS mode is Manual, the user manually configures the
preferred DNS and alternate DNS information
Primary DNS Address
The primary DNS of Internet port
Secondary DNS Address
The secondary DNS of Internet port
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DHCP
The Router has a built-in DHCP server that assigns private IP address to each local client.
The DHCP feature allows to the cnPilot Home to obtain an IP address automatically from a DHCP
server. In this case, it is not necessary to assign an IP address to the client manually.
Table 17 DHCP
Field Name
Description
DNS Mode
Select DNS mode, options are Auto and Manual:
When DNS mode is Auto, the device under LAN port will
automatically obtain the preferred DNS and alternate DNS.
When DNS mode is Manual, the user should manually configure
the preferred DNS and alternate DNS
Primary DNS Address
Primary DNS of Internet port.
Secondary DNS Address
Secondary DNS of Internet port.
DHCP Renew
Refresh the DHCP IP address
DHCP Vendor (Option60)
Specify the DHCP Vendor field.
Display the vendor and product name.
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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 the users over the
Ethernet can share a common connection.
PPPoE is used for most of DSL modem users. 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.
Table 18 PPPoE
Field Name
Description
PPPoE Account
Enter a valid user name provided by the ISP
PPPoE Password
Enter a valid password provided by the ISP. The password can contain
special characters and allowed special characters are $, +, *, #, @ and !.
For example, the password can be entered as #net123@IT!$+*.
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Confirm Password
Enter your PPPoE password again
Service Name
Enter a service name for PPPoE authentication.
If it is left emply, the service name is auto detected.
Operation Mode
Keep Alive Redial
Select the mode of operation, options are Keep Alive, On Demand and
Manual:

When the mode is Keep Alive, the user sets the 'keep alive redial
period' values range from 0 to 3600s, the default setting is 5
minutes;

When the mode is On Demand, the user sets the 'on demand idle
time' value in the range of 0-60 minutes, the default setting is 5
minutes;

When the mode is Manual, there are no additional settings to
configure
Set the interval to send Keep Alive messaging
Period
PPPoE Account
Assign a valid user name provided by the ISP
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Bridge Mode
Bridge Mode under Multi WAN is different with traditional bridge setting. Bridge mode employs no
IP addressing and the device operates as a bridge between the WAN port and the LAN port. Route
Connection has to be built to give IP address to local service on device.
Under is example of bridge mode:
1_TR069_VOICE_INTERNET_R_VID_ is router connection for local service.
2_Other_B_VID_ is bridge connection for host of LAN port.
Table 19 Bridge Mode
Field Name
Description
Bridge Type
IP Bridge
Allow all Ethernet packets to pass. PC can connect to upper network
directly.
PPPoE Bridge
Only Allow PPPoE packets pass. PC needs PPPoE dial-up software.
Hardware IP Bridge
Packets pass through hardware switch with wired speed. Does not
support wireless port binding
DHCP Service Type
Pass Through
DHCP packets can be forwarded between WAN and LAN, DHCP server in
gateway will not allocate IP to clients of LAN port.
DHCP Snooping
When gateway forwards DHCP packets form LAN to WAN it will add
option82 to DHCP packet, and it will remove option82 when forwarding
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DHCP packet from the WAN interface to the LAN interface. Local DHCP
service will not allocate IP to clients of LAN port.
Local Service
Gateway will not forward DHCP packets between LAN and WAN, it also
blocks DHCP packets from the WAN port. Clients connected to the LAN
port can get IP from DHCP server run in gateway.
VLAN Mode
Disable
The WAN interface is untagged. LAN is untagged.
Enable
The WAN interface is tagged. LAN is untagged.
Trunk
Only valid in bridge mode. All ports, including WAN and LAN, belong to
this VLAN Id and all ports are tagged with this VLAN id. Tagged packets
can pass through WAN and LAN.
VLAN ID
Set the VLAN ID.
Note
Multiple WAN connections may be created with the same
VLAN ID
802.1p
Set the priority of VLAN, Options are 0~7.
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Connect Name and Service
Table 20 Connect name
Content
Define
Comment
No
1~99
WAN Connection identifier
Service
TR069
The connection supports management applications i.e.
R069, WEB, SNMP and Provision
INTERNET
The connection solely supports internet service
TR069_INTERNET
The connection supports management and internet
applications
VOICE
The connection supports voice applications, like SIP
and RTP
TR069_VOICE
The connection supports both management and voice
applications
VOICE_INTERNET
The connection supports voice and internet
applications
TR069_VOICE_INTERNET
The connection supports management, voice and
internet applications
Other
The connection support STB
NAT
Mode
B
Bridge
R
Router
VLAN ID
VID
VLAN ID
For example:
1_TR069_R_VID_2 (First Interface, Service is TR069, NAT Mode, VLAN ID is 2)
2_INTERNET_B_VID_(Second Interface, Service is INTERNET, Bridge Mode, VLAN is disabled)
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Multi WAN Setting
Overview
Multi WAN is used to implement the distribution of different kinds of services, and device’s Multi
WAN supports the distribution of data services, voice services and management services. By
setting different VLANs, different kinds of data is distributed to the corresponding networks.
For example, INTERNET and Other VLAN supports data transmission, VOICE VLAN supports voice
transmission and TR069 VLAN supports WEB, Telnet and TR069 services transmission.
Figure 3 Multi VLAN
There are several advanced functions available when using Multi WAN setting:

PPPoE Bridge allows PPPoE-only packets to pass, which can prohibit Layer 2 packets from
flooding the device LAN ports.

Hardware Bridge operates as a Layer 2 Switch to increase throughput between WAN and LAN.

VLAN Trunk allows tagged packets to be switched to LAN ports directly.

IPTV may be supported with other VLAN-configured LAN ports.

Multiple WAN link (i.e. Connect Name) can be configured with same VLAN ID.
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Figure 4 Multi WAN network
Setting up the Internet Connection
From the WAN page, a multi WAN connection can be created or deleted. See below for more
information on configuring these settings.
Connect Name and Service
Table 21 Internet
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Content
Define
Comment
No
1 to 99
WAN Connection identifier
Service
TR069
The connection supports management
applications including TR069, WEB, SNMP and
Provision
INTERNET
The connection supports Internet service
TR069_INTERNET
The connection supports management and
internet applications
VOICE
The connection support voice applications like
SIP and RTP
TR069_VOICE
The connection supports both management and
voice applications
VOICE_INTERNET
The connection supports voice and Internet
applications
TR069_VOICE_INTERNET
The connection supports management, voice
and Internet applications
Other
The connection support STB
B
Bridge
R
Router
VID
VLAN ID
NAT Mode
VLAN ID
For example:
1_TR069_R_VID_2 (First Interface, Service is TR069, NAT Mode, VLAN ID is 2)
2_INTERNET_B_VID_(Second Interface, Service is INTERNET, Bridge Mode, VLAN is disabled)
Bridge Mode
Bridge Mode under Multi WAN is different with traditional bridge setting. Bridge mode has no IP
address and the device operates as a bridge between the WAN port and the LAN ports. Route
Connection must be built to give IP address to local service on device.
Under is example of bridge mode:
1_TR069_VOICE_INTERNET_R_VID_ is router connection for local service.
2_Other_B_VID_ is bridge connection for host of LAN port.
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Table 22 Bridge Mode
Field Name
Description
Bridge Type
IP Bridge
Allows all Ethernet packets to pass. A PC can connect to upper network
directly.
PPPoE Bridge
Only Allows PPPoE packets pass. The PC needs PPPoE dial-up software.
Hardware IP Bridge
Packets pass through hardware switch at wired speed. Does not support
wireless port binding.
DHCP Service Type
Pass Through
DHCP packets are forwarded between the WAN interface and the LAN
interface, the DHCP server in the device will not allocate IP to clients of
the LAN port.
DHCP Snooping
When the device forwards DHCP packets from the LAN interface to the
WAN interface it will add option82 to DHCP packet, and it will remove
option82 when forwarding DHCP packets from the WAN interface to the
LAN interface. Local DHCP service will not allocate IP to hosts of LAN
port.
Local Service
The device will not forward DHCP packets between the LAN interface
and the WAN interface, and it also blocks DHCP packets from the WAN
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port. Clients of the LAN port can retrieve IP addressing from the DHCP
server in the device.
VLAN Mode
Disable
The WAN interface is untagged. LAN is untagged.
Enable
The WAN interface is tagged. LAN is untagged.
Trunk
Only valid in bridge mode. All ports, including WAN and LAN, belong to
this VLAN ID and all ports are tagged with this VLAN ID. Tagged packets
can pass through the WAN interface and the LAN interface.
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Fast Bridge Setting
Step 1
Login to the web management interface of the cnPilot Device. Navigate to Page
Administration->Operating Mode. Set Operating mode to Basic Mode. Click Save.
Step 2
Open Network->WAN, Change NAT Enable to Disable. Click Save then Reboot. The
device is now operating in Bridge mode.
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Log into the device via the WAN port. Below is example of Page Status->Basic
displaying device configuration.
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LAN
LAN Port
NAT translates the packets from public IP address to local IP address to forward packets to the
proper destination.
Table 23 LAN port
Field Name
Description
IP Address
Enter the IP address of the router on the local area network. All the IP
addresses of the computers which are in the router’s LAN must be in
the same network segment with this address, and the default gateway
of the computers must be this IP address. (The default is 192.168.11.1).
Local Subnet Mask
Enter the subnet mask to determine the size of the network (default is
255.255.255.0/24).
Local DHCP Server
Enable/Disable Local DHCP Server.
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Address
Enter a valid IP address as a starting IP address of the DHCP server,
and if the router’s LAN IP address is 192.168.11.1, starting IP address
can be 192.168.11.2 or greater, but should be less than the ending IP
address.
DHCP End Address
Enter a valid IP address as an end IP address of the DHCP server.
DNS Mode
Select DNS mode, options are Auto and Manual:
1. When DNS mode is Auto, the device under LAN port will
automatically obtains the preferred DNS and alternate DNS.
2. When DNS mode is Manual, the user should manually configure the
preferred DNS and alternate DNS.
Primary DNS
Enter the preferred DNS address.
Secondary DNS
Enter the secondary DNS address.
Client Lease Time
This option defines how long the address will be assigned to the
computer within the network. In that period, the server does not assign
the IP address to the other computer.
DNS Proxy
Enable or disable; If enabled, the device will forward the DNS request
of LAN-side network to the WAN side network.
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DHCP Server
The router has a built-in DHCP server that assigns private IP address to each local client.
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. The router, by factory default acts 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 that you leave the router enabled as a
DHCP server if you do not have a DHCP server for your network.
Table 24 DHCP server settings
Field Name
Description
Local DHCP Server
Enable/Disable DHCP server.
DHCP Start Address
Enter a value of the IP address pool for the DHCP server to start with
when issuing IP addresses.
DHCP End Address
Enter a value of the IP address pool for the DHCP server to end with
when issuing IP addresses.
DNS Mode
If DNS information is to be received from a network server, set this
parameter to Auto. If DNS information is to be configured manually,
set this parameter to Manual.
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Table 25 DHCP server, DNS and Client Lease Time
Field Name
Description
Primary DNS
Specify the Primary DNS address provided by your ISP. If your ISP
does not provide it, the router will automatically apply default DNS
Server IP address: 202.96.134.33 to this field.
Secondary DNS
Client Lease Time
Specify the Secondary DNS address provided by your ISP. If your ISP
does not provide this address, the router will automatically apply
default Secondary DNS Server IP of 202.96.128.86 to this field.
If both the Primary IP and Secondary IP Address fields are left empty,
the router will assign its own IP address to local users as a DNS proxy
server and maintain a DNS cache.
It allows you to set the leased time for the specified PC.
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MAC Clone
Some ISPs will require you to register your MAC address. If you do not wish to re-register your
MAC address, you can have the router clone the MAC address that is registered with your ISP. To
use the Clone Address button, the computer accessing the web management interface will have
the MAC address automatically entered in the Clone WAN MAC field.
Table 26 MAC clone
Field Name
Description
Procedure
1. Press the button
2. Press the button
button
gets PC's MAC address
to save your changes if users don't want to use MAC clone, press the
to cancel the changes
3. Press the button
to make the changes effective.
VPN
The cnPilot Home supports VPN connections with PPTP-based VPN servers.
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Table 27 VPN
Field Name
Description
VPN Enable
Enable/Disable VPN. If the VPN is enabled, user can select PPTP and
L2TP mode VPN.
Initial Service IP
Enter VPN server IP address.
User Name
Enter authentication username.
Password
Enter authentication password.
DMZ
Table 28 DMZ
Field Name
Description
DMZ Enable
Enable/Disable DMZ.
DMZ Host IP Address
Enter the private IP address of the DMZ host.
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DDNS Setting
Table 29 DDNS setting
Field Name
Description
Dynamic DNS Provider
DDNS is enabled and select a DDNS service provider.
Account
Enter the DDNS service account.
Password
Enter the DDNS service account password.
DDNS
Enter the DDNS domain name or IP address.
Status
See if DDNS is successfully upgraded.
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Port Forward
Table 30 Port Forward
Field Name
Description
Comment
Sets the name of a port mapping rule or comment
IP Address
The IP address of devices under the LAN port.
Port Range
Set the port range for the devices under the LAN port. (1-65535)
Protocol
You can select TCP, UDP, TCP & UDP three cases
Apply/Cancel
After finish configurations, click apply, the number will be generated under
NO. List; click Cancel to if you do not want to make the changes.
Comment
To set up a virtual server notes
IP Address
Virtual server IP address
Public Port
Public port of virtual server
Private Port
Private port of virtual servers ports
Protocol
You can select from TCP, UDP, and TCP&UDP.
Apply/Cancel
After finish configurations, click apply, the number will be generated under
NO. List; click Cancel to if you do not want to make the changes.
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Advance
Table 31 Advance
Field Name
Description
Most Nat connections
The largest value which the cnPilot Home R200x can provide
Mss Mode
Choose Mss Mode from Manual and Auto
Mss Value
Set the value of TCP
AntiDos-p
You can choose to enable or prohibit
IP conflict detection
Select enable if enabled, phone IP conflict will have tips or prohibit;
IP conflict Detecting
Detect IP address conflicts of the time interval
Interval
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Port Setting
Table 32 Port setting
Field Name
Description
WAN Port speed Nego
Auto-negotiation, options are Auto, 100M full, 100M half-duplex,
10M half and full.
LAN1~LAN4 Port Speed
Nego
Auto-negotiation, options are Auto, 100M full, 100M half, 10M half
and 10M full.
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QoS
Table 33 QoS
Field Name
Description
QoS Enable
Enable/Disable QoS function
Upstream
Set the upstream bandwidth
Downstream
Set the downstream bandwidth
Delete Selected
In NO., Check the items you want to delete, click the Delete option
Add
Click Add to add a new parameter
Note
From system release 4.2 or later, the QoS bandwidth can be configured for
Upstream and Downstream
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Routing
Table 34 Routing
Field Name
Description
Destination
Destination address
Host/Net
Both Host and Net selection
Gateway
Gateway IP address
Interface
LAN/WAN/Custom three options, and add the corresponding address
Comment
Comment
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Basic
Table 35 Basic
Field Name
Radio on/off
Description
Select “Radio off” to disable wireless.
Select “Radio on” to enable wireless.
Wireless connection
mode
According to the wireless client type, select one of these modes.
Default is AP
Network Mode
Choose one network mode from the drop down list. Default is
11b/g/n mixed mode
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SSID
It is the basic identity of wireless LAN. SSID can be any alphanumeric
or a combination of special characters. It will appear in the wireless
network access list.
Multiple SSID1~SSID3
CnPilot Home R200x supports 4 SSIDs.
Hidden
After the item is checked, the SSID is no longer displayed in the
search for the Wi-Fi wireless network connection list
Broadcast(SSID)
After initial State opening, the device broadcasts the SSID of the
router to wireless network
AP Isolation
If AP isolation is enabled, the clients of the AP cannot access each
other.
MBSSID AP Isolation
AP isolation among the devices which are not belong to this AP and
along to, when the option is enabled, the devices which do not
belong to this AP cannot access the devices which are within the AP.
BSSID
A group of wireless stations and a WLAN access point (AP) consists
of a basic access device (BSS), each computer in the BSS must be
configured with the same BSSID, that is, the wireless AP logo.
Frequency (Channel)
You can select Auto Select and channel 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11.
HT Physical Mode
Operating
Mode
1. Mixed Mode: In this mode, the previous wireless card can
recognize and connect to the Pre-N AP, but the throughput will be
affected
2. Green Field: high throughput can be achieved, but it will affect
backward compatibility, and security of the system
Channel Bandwidth
Select channel bandwidth, default is 20 MHz and 20/40 MHz.
Guard Interval
The default is automatic, in order to achieve good BER performance,
you must set the appropriate guard interval
Reverse Dirction Grant
(RDG)
Enabled: Devices on the WLAN are able to transmit to each other
without requiring an additional contention-based request to transfer
(i.e. devices are able to transmit to another device on the network
during TXOP)
Disabled: Devices on the WLAN must make a request for transmit
when communicating with another device on the network
STBC
Space-time Block Code
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Enabled: Multiple copies of signals are transmitted to increase the
chance of successful delivery
Disabled: STBC is not employed for signal transmission
Aggregation MSDU (AMSDU)
Enabled: Allows the device to aggregate multiple Ethernet frames
into a single 802.11n, thereby improving the ratio of frame data to
frame overhead
Disabled: No frame aggregation is employed at the router
Enabled: Multiple frames are acknowledged together using a single
Block Acknowledgement frame.
Auto Block Ack
Decline BA Request
HT Disallow TKIP
HT LDPC
Disabled: Auto block acknowledgement is not used by the device –
use this configuration when low throughput/connectivity issues are
experienced by mobile devices
Enabled: Disallow block acknowledgement requests from devices
Disabled: Allow block acknowledgement requests from devices
Enabled: Disallow the use of Temporal Key Integrity Protocol for
connected devices
Disabled: Allow the use of Temporal Key Integrity Protocol for
connected devices
Enabled: Enable Low-Density Parity Check mechanism for increasing
chance of successful delivery in challenging wireless environments
Disabled: Disable Low-Density Parity Check mechanism
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Table 36 Wireless security
Field Name
Description
SSID Choice
Choose one SSID from SSID, Multiple SSID1, Multiple SSID2 and
Multiple SSID3.
Security Mode
Select an appropriate encryption mode to improve the security and
privacy of your wireless data packets.
Each encryption mode will bring out different web page and ask you to
offer additional configuration.
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User can configure the corresponding parameters. Here are some common encryption methods:
OPENWEP:A handshake way of WEP encryption, encryption via the WEP key:
Table 37 WiFI Security Setting
Field Name
Description
Security Mode
This is used to select one of the 4 WEP keys, key settings on the clients
should be the same with this when connecting.
WEP Keys
Set the WEP key. A-64 key need 10 Hex characters or 5 ASCII characters;
choose A-128 key need 26 Hex characters or 13 ASCII characters.
WEP represents Wired Equivalent Privacy, which is a basic encryption method.
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WPA-PSK, the router will use WPA way which is based on the shared key-based mode:
Table 38 WPA-PSK
Field Name
Description
WPA Algorithms
This item is used to select the encryption of wireless home gateway
algorithms, options are TKIP, AES and TKIPAES.
Pass Phrase
Setting up WPA-PSK security password.
Key Renewal Interval
Set the key scheduled update cycle, default is 3600s.
WPAPSKWPA2PSK manner is consistent with WPA2PSK settings:
Table 39 WPAPSKWPA2PSK
Field Name
Description
WPA Algorithms
The home gateway is used to select the wireless security encryption
algorithm options are TKIP, AES, TKIP / AES. 11N mode does not
support TKIP algorithms.
Pass Phrase
Set WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK security code
Key Renewal Interval
Set the key scheduled update cycle, default is 3600s
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WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK WPA/WPA2 security type is actually a simplified version, which is based
on the WPA shared key mode, higher security setting is also relatively simple, suitable for
ordinary home users and small businesses.
Wireless Access Policy:
Table 40 Wireless Access Policy
Field Name
Description
Access policy
Wireless access control is used to allow or prohibit the specified
client to access to your wireless network based on the MAC address.
Policy
Disable : Prohibition: wireless access control policy.
Allow: only allow the clients in the list to access.
Rejected: block the clients in the list to access.
Add a station MAC
Enter the MAC address of the clients which you want to allow or
prohibit
Example: Prohibit the device whose wireless network card MAC address is 00:1F: D0: 62: BA:
FF’s to access the wireless network, and allow other computers to access the network.
Implementation: As shown, the Policy is Reject, add 00:1F: D0: 62: BA: FF to the MAC, click Save
and reboot the device settings to take effect.
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WMM
Table 41 WMM
Description
WMM (Wi-Fi Multi-Media) is the QoS certificate of Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA). This provides you to
configure the parameters of wireless multimedia; WMM allows wireless communication to
define a priority according to the home gateway type. To make WMM effective, the wireless
clients must also support WMM.
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WDS
Table 42 WDS
Description
WDS stands for Wireless Distribution System, enabling WDS access points to be interconnected
to expand a wireless network.
WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) provides easy procedure to make network connection between
wireless station and wireless access point with the encryption of WPA and WPA2.
It is the simplest way to build connection between wireless network clients and wireless access
point. Users do not need to select any encryption mode and type any long encryption passphrase
to setup a wireless client every time. The only requirement is for the user to press the WPS button
on the wireless client, and WPS will connect for client and router automatically.
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Table 43 WPS
Field Name
Description
WPS Setting
Enable/Disable WPS function
WPS Summary
Display the current status of WPS, including current state, SSSID name,
authentication methods, encryption type and the PIN code of this AP.
Generate
Generate a new PIN code
Reset OOB

CnPilot Home R200x uses default security policy to allow other non-WPS
users to access and apply.
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WPS Status
Wireless

PIN:Enter the PIN code of the wireless device which accesses to this
LAN in the following option, and press apply. Then CnPilot Home R200x
begins to send signals, turn on the PIN accessing method on the clients,
and then it can access the wireless AP automatically.

PBC:There are two ways to start PBC mode, user can press the PBC
button directly on the device, or select PBC mode on the software and
apply. Users can activate WPS connection in WPS mode through these
two methods, only when the clients choose PBC access, the clients can
connect the AP automatically.
WPS shows status in three ways:

WSC: Idle

WSC: Start WSC process (begin to send messages)

WSC: Success; this means clients have accessed the AP successfully
Station Info
Table 44 Station info
Description
This page displays information about the current registered clients’ connections including
operating MAC address and operating statistics.
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Advanced
Table 45 Advanced
Field Name
Description
BG Protection
Mode
Select G protection mode, options are on, off and automatic.
Beacon Interval
The interval of sending a wireless beacon frame, within this range, it will
send a beacon frame for the information of the surrounding radio
network.
Data Beacon
Rate(DTIM)
Specify the interval of transmitting the indication message, it is a kind of
cut down operation, and it is used for informing the next client which is
going to receive broadcast multi-cast.
Fragment
Threshold
Specify the fragment threshold for the packet, when the length of the
packet exceeds this value, the packet is divided.
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RTS Threshold
Specify the packet RTS threshold, when the packet exceeds this value, the
router will send RTS to the destination site consultation
TX Power
Define the transmission power of the current AP, the greater it is, the
stronger the signal is.
Short Preamble
Default is enable, CnPilot Home R200x system is not compatible with
traditional IEEE802.11, the operation rate can be 1,2Mpbs
Short Slot
Enable/Disable short slot. By default it is enabled, it is helpful in improving
the transmission rate of wireless communication.
Tx Burst
One of the features of MAC layer, it is used to improve the fairness for
transmitting TCP.
Pkt_Aggregate
It is a mechanism that is used to enhance the LAN, in order to ensure that
the home gateway packets are sent to the destination correctly.
IEEE802.11H
support
Enable/Disable IEEE802.11H Support. By default, it is disabled.
Country Code
Select country code, options are CN, US, JP, FR, TW, IE, HK and NONE.
Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)
WMM Capable
Enable/Disable WMM.
APSD Capable
Enable/Disable APSD. Once it is enabled, it may affect wireless
performance, but can play a role in energy-saving power
WMM Parameters
Press
, the webpage will jump to the configuration
page of Wi-Fi multimedia.
Multicast-toUnicast Converter
Enable/Disable Multicast-to-Unicast. By default, it is Disabled.
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Table 46 Wireless security
Field Name
Description
SSID Choice
Choose one SSID from SSID, Multiple SSID1, Multiple SSID2 and Multiple
SSID3.
Security Mode
Select an appropriate encryption mode to improve the security and privacy
of your wireless data packets.
Each encryption mode will bring out different web page and ask you to offer
additional configuration.
For different encryption mode, the web interface will be different, user can configure the
corresponding parameters under the mode you select. See section Wireless Security
WMM
See WMM.
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WDS
See WDS.
WPS
See WPS.
Station Info
See Station Info.
Advanced
See Advanced.
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SIP
SIP Settings
Table 47 SIP settings
Field Name
Description
SIP T1
The minimum scale of retransmission time
Max Forward
SIP contains Max Forward message header fields used to limit the requests
for forwards.
SIP Reg User
Agent Name
The agent name of SIP registered user
Max Auth
The maximum number of retransmissions
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Mark All AVT
Packets
Voice packet marking to enable this item will see the mark on the voice
message when the call environment changed (such as press a key during
the call)
RFC 2543 Call
Hold
Enable the Connection Information field displays the address is 0.0.0.0 in
the invite message of Hold. Disable the Connection Information field
displays the device IP address in the invite message of Hold.
SRTP
Whether to enable the call packet encryption function
SRTP Prefer
Encryption
The preferred encryption type of calling packet (the Message body of
INVITE Message)
Service Type
Choose the server type
NAT Traversal
1. Enable/Disable NAT Traversal
2. cnPilot Home R200x/R201x supports STUN Traversal; if user wants to
traverse NAT/Firewall, select the STUN.
STUN Server
Address
Add the correct STUN service provider IP address.
NAT Refresh
Interval
Set NAT Refresh Interval, default is 60s.
STUN Server Port
Set STUN Server Port, default is 5060.
VoIP QoS
Table 48 VoIP QoS
Field Name
Description
SIP /RTP QoS
The default value is 0,you can set a range of values is 0~63
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SIP Account
Basic
Set the basic information provided by your VOIP Service Provider, such as Phone Number,
Account, password, SIP Proxy and others.
Table 49 SIP Account – Basic
Field Name
Description
Line Enable
Enable/Disable the line.
Enable/Disable PEER to PEER.
Peer To Peer
If enabled, SIP-1 will not send register request to SIP server; but in Status/
SIP Account Status webpage, Status is Registered; lines 1 can dial out,
but the external line number cannot dialed line1.
Proxy Server
The IP address or the domain of SIP Server
Outbound Server
The IP address or the domain of Outbound Server
Backup Outbound
Server
The IP address or the domain of Backup Outbound Server
Proxy port
SIP Service port, default is 5060
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Outbound Port
Outbound Proxy’s Service port, default is 5060
Backup Outbound
Port
Backup Outbound Proxy’s Service port, default is 5060
Display Name
The number will be displayed on LCD
Phone Number
Enter telephone number provided by SIP Proxy
Account
Enter SIP account provided by SIP Proxy
Password
Enter SIP password provided by SIP Proxy
Audio Configuration
Table 50 Audio configuration
Field Name
Description
Audio Codec Type1
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U, G.711A, G.722, G.729,
G.723
Audio Codec Type2
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U, G.711A, G.722, G.729,
G.723
Audio Codec Type3
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U, G.711A, G.722, G.729,
G.723
Audio Codec Type4
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U, G.711A, G.722, G.729,
G.723
Audio Codec Type5
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U, G.711A, G.722, G.729,
G.723
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G.723 Coding Speed
Choose the speed of G.723 from 5.3kbps and 6.3kbps
Packet Cycle
The RTP packet cycle time, default is 20ms
Silence Supp
Enable/Disable silence support.
Echo Cancel
Enable/Disable echo cancel. By default, it is enabled.
Auto Gain Control
Enable/Disable auto gain.
T.38 Enable
Enable/Disable T.38
T.38 Redundancy
Enable/Disable T.38 Redundancy
T.38 CNG Detect Enable
Enable/Disable T.38 CNG Detect
gpmd attribute Enable
Enable/Disable gpmd attribute.
Supplementary Service Subscription
Table 51 Supplementary service
Field Name
Description
Call Waiting
Enable/Disable Call Waiting
Hot Line
Fill in the hotline number.
Pickup handset or press hands-free or headset button, the device will dial
out the hotline number automatically.
MWI Enable
Enable/Disable MWI (message waiting indicate). If the user needs to user
voice mail, please enable this feature.
MWI Subscribe
Enable
Enable/Disable MWI Subscribe
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Voice Mailbox
Numbers
Fill in the voice mailbox phone number, Asterisk platform, for example, its
default voice mail is *97
VMWI Serv
Enable/Disable VMWI service.
DND
Enable/Disable DND (do not disturb).
If enable, any phone call cannot arrive at the device; default is disable.
Enter the speed dial phone numbers.
Speed Dial
Dial *74 to active speed dial function.
Then press the speed dial numbers, for example, press 2, phone dials
075526099365 directly.
Advanced
Table 52 Advanced
Field Name
Description
Domain Name
Type
If or not use domain name in the SIP URI.
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Carry Port
Information
If or not carry port information in the SIP URI.
Signal Port
The local port of SIP protocol, default is 5060.
DTMF Type
Choose the DTMF type from Inbound, RFC2833 and SIP INFO.
RFC2833
Payload(>=96)
User can use the default setting.
Register Refresh
Interval
The interval between two normal Register messages. You can use the
default setting.
RTP Port
Set the port to send RTP.
The device will select one idle port for RTP if you set “0”; otherwise use the
value which user sets.
Cancel Message
Enable
When you set enable, an unregistered message will be sent before
registration, while you set disable, unregistered message will not be sent
before registration. You should set the option for different Proxy.
Session Refresh
Time(sec)
Time interval between two sessions, you can use the default settings.
Refresher
Choose refresher from UAC and UAS.
Prack Enable
Enable/Disable prack.
SIP OPTIONS
Enable
When you set enable, the device will send SIP-OPTION to the server,
instead of sending periodic Hello message. The sending interval is Keepalive interval.
Primary SER
Detect Interval
Test interval of the primary server, the default value is 0, it represents
disable.
Max Detect Fail
Count
Interval of detection of the primary server fail; the default value is 3, it
means that if detect 3 times fail; the device will no longer detect the primary
server.
Keep-alive
Interval(10-60s)
The interval that the device will send an empty packet to proxy.
Anonymous Call
Enable/Disable anonymous call.
Anonymous Call
Block
Enable/Disable anonymous call block.
Proxy DNS Type
Set the DNS server type, choose from A type and DNS SRV.
Use OB Proxy In
Dialog
If or not use OB Proxy In Dialog.
Reg Subscribe
Enable
If enable, subscribing will be sent after registration message, if not enable,
do not send subscription.
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Dial Prefix
The number will be added before your telephone number when making
calls.
User Type
Choose the User Type from IP and Phone.
Hold Method
Choose the Hold Method from ReINVITE and INFO.
Request-URI User
Check
Enable/Disable the user request URI check.
Only Recv request
from server
Enable/Disable the only receive request from server.
Server Address
The IP address of SIP server.
SIP Received
Detection
Enable/Disable SIP Received Detection, if enable, use it to confirm the
public network address of the device.
Preferences
Volume Settings
Table 53 Volume settings
Field Name
Description
Handset Input
Gain
Adjust the handset input gain from 0 to 7.
Handset Volume
Adjust the output gain from 0 to 7.
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Regional
Table 54 Regional
Field Name
Description
Tone Type
Choose tone type form China, US, Hong Kong and so on.
Dial Tone
Dial Tone
Busy Tone
Busy Tone
Off Hook Warning
Tone
Off Hook warning tone
Ring Back Tone
Ring back tone
Call Waiting Tone
Call waiting tone
Min Jitter Delay
The Min value of home gateway’s jitter delay, home gateway is an
adaptive jitter mechanism.
Max Jitter Delay
The Max value of home gateway’s jitter delay, home gateway is an
adaptive jitter mechanism.
Ringing Time
How long CnPilot Home R200x will ring when there is an incoming call.
Ring Waveform
Select regional ring waveform, options are Sinusoid and Trapezoid, the
default Sinusoid.
Ring Voltage
Set ringing voltage, the default value is 70
Ring Frequency
Set ring frequency, the default value is 25
VMWI Ring Splash
Len(sec)
Set the VMWI ring splash length, default is 0.5s.
Flash Time Max(sec)
Set the Max value of the device’s flash time, the default value is 0.9
Flash Time Min(sec)
Set the Min value of the device’s flash time, the default value is 0.1
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Features and Call Forward
Table 55 Features and call forward
Field
Name
Features
Description
All Forward
Enable/Disable forward all calls
Busy Forward
Enable/Disable busy forward.
No Answer Forward
Enable/Disable no answer forward.
All Forward
Set the target phone number for all forward.
Call
Forward
Feature
Code
The device will forward all calls to the phone number
immediately when there is an incoming call.
Busy Forward
The phone number which the calls will be forwarded to when
line is busy.
No Answer Forward
The phone number which the call will be forwarded to when
there's no answer.
No Answer Timeout
The seconds to delay forwarding calls, if there is no answer at
your phone.
Hold key code
Call hold signatures, default is *77.
Conference key
code
Signature of the tripartite session, default is *88.
Transfer key code
Call forwarding signatures, default is *98.
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IVR key code
Signatures of the voice menu, default is ****.
R key enable
Enable/Disable R key way call features.
R key cancel code
Set the R key cancel code, option are ranged from R1 to R9,
default value is R1.
R key hold code
Set the R key hold code, options are ranged from R1 to R9,
default value is R2.
R key transfer code
Set the R key transfer code, options are ranged from R1 to R9,
default value is R4.
R key conference
code
Set the R key conference code, options are ranged from R1 to
R9, default value is R3.
Speed Dial Code
Speed dial code, default is *74.
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Miscellaneous
Table 56 Miscellaneous
Field Name
Description
Codec Loop
Current
Set off-hook loop current, default is 26
Impedance
Maching
Set impedance matching, default is US PBX,Korea,Taiwan(600).
CID service
Enable/Disable displaying caller ID; If enable, caller ID is displayed when
there is an incoming call or it won’t be displayed. Default is enable.
CWCID Service
Enable/Disable CWCID. If enable, the device will display the waiting call’s
caller ID, or it won’t display. Default is disable.
Dial Time Out
How long cnPilot Home will sound dial out tone when cnPilot Home dials a
number.
Call Immediately
Key
Choose call immediately key form * or #.
ICMP Ping
Enable/Disable ICMP Ping.
If enable this option, home gateway will ping the SIP Server every interval
time, otherwise, It will send “hello” empty packet to the SIP Server.
Escaped char
enable
Open special character translation function; if enable, when you press the #
key, it will be translated to 23%, when disable, it is just #
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Dial Plan
Parameters and Settings
Table 57 Parameters and settings
Field Name
Description
Dial Plan
Enable/Disable dial plan.
Line
Set the line.
Digit Map
Enter the sequence used to match input number
The syntactic, please refer to the following Dial Plan Syntactic
Action
Choose the dial plan mode from Deny and Dial Out.
Deny means CnPilot Home will reject the matched number, while Dial Out
means CnPilot Home will dial out the matched number.
Move Up
Move the dial plan up the list
Move Down
Move the dial plan down the list
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Adding one Dial Plan
Table 58 Adding one dial plan
Description
Step 1. Enable Dial Plan
Step 2. Click Add button, and the configuration table
Step 3. Fill in the value of parameters.
Step 4. Press OK button to end configuration.
Dial Plan Syntactic
Table 59 Dial Plan
No.
String
Description
1
0123456789*#
Allowed characters
2
x
Lowercase letter x stands for one legal character
To match one character form sequence.
3
[sequence]
For example:
1.
[0-9]: match one digit form 0 to 9
2.
[23-5*]: match one character from 2 or 3 or 4 or
5 or *
4
x.
Match to
,
,
,
…...
For example:
“01.”:can match ”0”, “01”, “011”, ”0111”, ……..,
”01111…”
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<dialed:substituted>
FXS1
Replace dialed with substituted.
For example:
<8:1650>123456:input is “85551212”, output
is“16505551212”
Make outside dial tone after dialing “x”, stop until
dialing character “y”
6
x,y
For example:
“9,1xxxxxxxxxx”:the device reports dial tone after
inputting “9”, stops tone until inputting “1”
“9,8,010x”: make outside dial tone after inputting “9”,
stop tone until inputting “0”
Set the delayed time.
7
T
For example:
“<9:111>T2”: The device will dial out the matched
number “111” after 2 seconds.
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Blacklist
In this page, user can upload or download blacklist file, and can add or delete or edit blacklist one
by one.
Table 60 Blacklist
Description
Click
to select the blacklist file and click
to upload it to CnPilot Home; Click
to save the blacklist file to your local computer.
Select one contact and click edit to change the information, click delete to delete the contact,
click Move to phonebook to move the contact to phonebook.
Click Add to add one blacklist, enter the name and phone number, click OK to confirm and click
cancel to cancel.
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Call Log
To view the call log information such as redial list (incoming call), answered call and missed call.
Table 61 Call log
Redial List
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Answered Calls
Missed Calls
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FXS2
The settings of FXS2 are the same as FXS1. See FXS1 on page 81.
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Security
Filtering Setting
Table 62 Filtering setting
Field Name
Description
Filtering
Enable/Disable filter function
Default Policy
Choose to drop or accept filtered MAC addresses
Mac address
Add the Mac address filtering
Dest IP address
Destination IP address
Source IP address
Source IP address
Protocol
Select a protocol name, support for TCP, UDP and TCP/UDP
Dest. Port Range
Destination port ranges
Src Port Range
Source port range
Action
You can choose to receive or give up; this should be consistent with
the default policy.
Comment
Add callout
Delete
Delete selected item
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Content Filtering
Table 63 Content filtering
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Field Name
Security
Description
Filtering
Enable/Disable content Filtering
Default Policy
The default policy is to accept or to prohibit filtering rules
Current Webs URL
Filters
List the URL filtering rules that already existed (blacklist)
Delete/Cancel
You can choose to delete or cancel the existing filter rules
Add a URL Filter
Add URL filtering rules
Add/Cancel
Click adds to add one rule or click cancel.
Current Website Host
Filters
List the keywords that already exist (blacklist)
Delete/Cancel
You can choose to delete or cancel the existing filter rules the existing
keywords.
Add a Host Filter
(Keyword)
Add keywords
Add/Cancel
Click the Add or cancel
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Application
UPnP
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) supports zero-configuration networking, and can automatically
discover a variety of networked devices. When UPnP is enabled, the connected device is allowed
to access the network, obtain an IP address, and convey performance information. If the network
has a DHCP and DNS server, the connected device can automatically obtain DHCP and DNS
services.
UPnP devices can be automatically added to the network without affecting previously-connected
devices.
Table 64 UPnP
Field Name
UPnP enable
Description
Enable/Disable UPnP function.
IGMP
Multicast has the ability to send the same data to multiple devices.
IP hosts use IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) report multicast group memberships to
the neighboring routers to transmit data, at the same time, the multicast router use IGMP to
discover which hosts belong to the same multicast group.
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Table 65 IGMP
Field Name
IGMP Proxy enable
Description
Enable/Disable IGMP function.
MLD
Table 66 MLD
Field Name
MLD enable
Description
Enable/Disable MLD function (Multicast Listener Discovery)
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Storage
Disk Management
This page is used to manage the USB storage device.
Table 67 Disk Management
Field Name
Description
Add
Adding files to the USB storage device
Delete
Remove the USB storage device file
Remove Disk
Transfer files within a USB storage device
Format
Format the USB storage device
Re-allocate
Reset the USB storage device
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FTP Setting
Table 68 FTP Setting
Field Name
Description
FTP Server
Enable/Disable FTP server
FTP Server Name
Set the FTP server name
Anonymous Login
If or not support anonymous login
FTP Port
Set FTP server port number
Max. Sessions
Maximum number of connections
Create Directory
Enable/Disable create directory
Rename File/Directory
Enable/Disable rename file/directory
Remove File/Directory
Enable/Disable transfer of files/directories
Read File
Enable/Disable read files
Write File
Enable/Disable write files
Download Capability
Enable/Disable download capability function.
Upload Capability
Enable/Disable upload capability function
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Smb Setting
Table 69 Smb setting
Field Name
Description
SAMBA Server
Enable/Disable SAMBA server
Workgroup
Enter the working group
NetBIOS Name
Network basic input/output system name
Add
Add a shared file
Edit
Edit a shared file
Del
Delete a shared file
Add
Add a shared file
Edit
Edit a shared file
Del
Delete a shared file
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Administration
The user can manage the device in these webpages; you can configure the Time/Date, password,
web access, system log and associated configuration TR069.
Management
Save config file
Table 70 Save Config File
Field Name
Config file upload and
download
Description
Upload: click on browse, select file in the local, press the upload button
to begin uploading files
Download: click to download, and then select contains the path to
download the configuration file
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Administrator settings
Table 71 Administrator settings
Field Name
Description
User type
Choose the user type from admin user and normal user and basic user.
New User Name
You can modify the user name, set up a new user name
New Password
Input the new password
Confirm Password
Input the new password again
Language
Select the language for the web, the device support Chinese, English,
and Spanish and so on.
Remote Web Login
Enable/Disable remote Web login
Web Port
Set the port value which is used to login from Internet port and PC
port, default is 80.
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Web Idle timeout
Set the Web Idle timeout time. The webpage can be logged out after
Web Idle Timeout without any operation.
Allowed Remote
IP(IP1,IP2,...)
Set the IP from which a user can login the device remotely.
Remote Telnet
Enable/Disable remote telnet login
Note
Telnet access is disabled by default.
Telnet Port
Set the port value which is used to telnet to the device.
NTP settings
Table 72 NTP settings
Field Name
Description
NTP Enable
Enable/Disable NTP
Option 42
Enable/Disable DHCP option 42. This option specifies a list of the NTP
servers available to the client by IP address.
Current Time
Display current time
NTP Settings
Setting the Time Zone
Primary NTP Server
Primary NTP server's IP address or domain name
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Secondary NTP Server
Options for NTP server's IP address or domain name
NTP synchronization
NTP synchronization cycle, cycle time can be 1 to 1440 minutes in any
one, the default setting is 60 minutes
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Daylight Saving Time
Table 73 Daylight Saving Time
Procedure
Step 1. Enable Daylight Savings Time.
Step 2. Set value of offset for Daylight Savings Time
Step 3: Set starting Month/Week/Day/Hour in Start Month/Start Day of Week Last in Month/Start
Day of Week/Start Hour of Day, analogously set stopping Month/Week/Day/Hour in Stop
Month/Stop Day of Week Last in Month/Stop Day of Week/Stop Hour of Day.
Step 4.Press Saving button to save and press Reboot button to active changes.
System Log Setting
Table 74 System log Setting
Field Name
Description
Syslog Enable
Enable/Disable syslog function
Syslog Level
Select the system log, there is INFO and Debug two grades, the
Debug INFO can provide more information.
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Remote Syslog Enable
Enable/Disable remote syslog function.
Remote Syslog server
Add a remote server IP address.
Syslog Enable
Enable/Disable syslog function
Syslog Level
Select the system log, there is INFO and Debug two grades, the
Debug INFO can provide more information.
Factory Defaults Setting
Table 75 Factory Defaults Setting
Description
When enabled, the device may not be reset to factory defaults until this parameter is reset to
Disable.
Factory Defaults
Table 76 Factory Defaults
Description
Click Factory Default to restore the residential gateway to factory settings.
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Firmware Upgrade
Table 77 Firmware upgrade
Description
1. Choose upgrade file type from Image File and Dial Rule
2. Press “Browse..” button to browser file
3. Press
to start upgrading
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Provision
Provisioning allows CnPilot Home R200x/R201x to auto-upgrade and auto-configure devices which
support TFTP, HTTP and HTTPs .

Before testing or using TFTP, user should have tftp server and upgrading file and configuring
file.

Before testing or using HTTP, user should have http server and upgrading file and configuring
file.

Before testing or using HTTPS, user should have https server and upgrading file and
configuring file and CA Certificate file (should same as https server’s) and Client Certificate file
and Private key file
User can upload a CA Certificate file and Client Certificate file and Private Key file in the Security
page.
Table 78 Provision
Field Name
Description
Provision Enable
Enable provision or not.
Resync on Reset
Enable resync after restart or not
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Resync Random
Delay(sec)
Set the maximum delay for the request of synchronization file. The
default is 40.
Resync Periodic(sec)
If the last resync was failure, CnPilot Home R200x will retry resync
after the “Resync Error Retry Delay ” time, default is 3600s.
Resync Error Retry
Delay(rec)
Set the periodic time for resync, default is 3600s.
Forced Resync
Delay(sec)
If it’s time to resync, but CnPilot Home R200x is busy now, in this case,
CnPilot Home R200x will wait for a period time, the longest is “Forced
Resync Delay”, default is 14400s, when the time over, CnPilot Home
R200x will forced to resync.
Resync After Upgrade
Enable firmware upgrade after resync or not. The default is Enabled.
Resync From SIP
Enable/Disable resync from SIP.
Option 66
It is used for In-house provision mode only. When use TFTP with
option 66 to realize provisioning, user must input right configuration
file name in the webpage. When disable Option 66, this parameter has
no effect.
Config File Name
It is used for In-house provision mode only. When use TFTP with
option 66 to realize provisioning, user must input right configuration
file name in the webpage. When disable Option 66, this parameter has
no effect.
Profile Rule
URL of profile provision file
Note that the specified file path is relative to the TFTP server’s virtual
root directory.
Table 79 Firmware Upgrade
Field Name
Description
Upgrade Enable
Enable firmware upgrade via provision or not.
Upgrade Error Retry
Delay(sec)
If the last upgrade fails, CnPilot Home R200x will try upgrading again
after “Upgrade Error Retry Delay” period, default is 3600s.
Upgrade Rule
URL of upgrade file
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SNMP
Table 80 SNMP
Field Name
Description
SNMP Service
Enable or Disable the SNMP service
Trap Server Address
Enter the trap server address for sending SNMP traps
Read Community Name
String value that is used as a password to request information via
SNMP from the device
Write Community Name
String value that is used as a password to write configuration
values to the device via SNMP
Trap Community
String value used as a password for retrieving traps from the
device
Trap period interval(sec)
The interval for which traps are sent from the device
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TR-069
TR-069 provides the possibility of auto configuration of internet access devices and reduces the
cost of management. TR-069 (short for Technical Report 069) is a DSL Forum technical
specification entitled CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP). It defines an application layer
protocol for remote management of end-user devices. Using TR-069, the terminals establish
connection with the Auto Configuration Servers (ACS) and get configured automatically.
Device Configuration using TR-069
The TR-069 configuration page is available under Administration menu.
Table 81 TR069
Field Name
Description
ACS parameters
TR069 Enable
Enable or Disable TR069
CWMP
Enable or Disable CWMP
ACS URL
ACS URL address
User Name
ACS username
Password
ACS password
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Periodic Inform Enable
Enable the function of periodic inform or not. By default it is Enabled
Periodic Inform
Interval
Periodic notification interval with the unit in seconds. The default value
is 43200s
Connect Request parameters
User Name
The username used to connect the TR069 server to the DUT.
Password
The password used to connect the TR069 server to the DUT.
Friendly Platform Operation
Login Friendly Platform
Enter the friendly server URL in the browser:
http://testui.friendly-tech.com/CPEAdmin/
Account and password are provided by the server:
Account:flyingvoice password:flying11
Enter TR069 server interface,As shown in Figure:
Search Device
1.
Click on the Search menu. Then select the Serial Number, and fill in the equipment S/N, then
click Search.
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2.
Click on the Device Info menu item, and you can see basic information about the test
equipment. As shown in Figure:(Button on the bottom of the device can perform basic
operations,such as reboot.)
3.
If the device is properly connected server,
offline will be online. That is a successful
connection:
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If you could not find the device in the list,please check if the device WEB page filled in correctly.
Get Device Info
Click on the Advanced View menu button, you can do some node. As shown in Figure:
1. Get AuthUserName of line1
Click on the top menu options and parameter values can be obtained depending on the options in
the form. For example, if you want to get AuthUserName of line1, VOIP need to select the menu,
and click Options VoiceProfile.1 next sip, you can get the value in the right AuthUserName.
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4.4 Set Device Info
1. Set ProxyServer
The lower end of the button "Edit" can set new values for writable nodes. After clicking edit, fill
in the new value directly in the box Parameter value field after the node name. For example, if set
ProxyServer of Line1, the current value is followed:
Then click edit, and fill in the new ProxyServer.
Click to send update after modification.
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4.5 Firmware Upgrade
Under is firmware upgrading operation on FreeACS.
1. Equipment connection configure
If the connection is successful, you will see the following pages.
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2. Upload new firmware
Choose File & Script enter the appropriate documentation, select the corresponding firmware, click
button of upload file to upload new firmware.
Uploaded firmware information will appear at the bottom.
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3. Firmware Upgrade
Select firmware version, and then click upgrade.
3. Login web inspection equipment
If the upgrade is successful, you can check the firmware version number.
Here you can see the firmware has been updated to the required firmware version.
5 TR-069 Profile
Under nodes base on TR098, TR104 and TR111.
{"InternetGatewayDevice", },
{"DeviceSummary", },
{"LANDeviceNumberOfEntries", },
{"WANDeviceNumberOfEntries", },
{"DeviceInfo", },
{"Manufacturer", },
{"ManufacturerOUI", },
{"ModelName", },
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{"Description", },
{"ProductClass", },
{"SerialNumber", },
{"HardwareVersion", },
{"SoftwareVersion", },
{"SpecVersion", },
{"ProvisioningCode", },
{"UpTime", },
{"DeviceLog", },
{"", },
{"ManagementServer", },
{"URL", },
{"Username", },
{"Password", },
{"PeriodicInformEnable", },
{"PeriodicInformInterval", },
{"PeriodicInformTime", },
{"ParameterKey", },
{"ConnectionRequestURL", },
{"ConnectionRequestUsername", },
{"ConnectionRequestPassword", },
{"UpgradesManaged", },
{"UDPConnectionRequestAddress", },
{"UDPConnectionRequestAddressNotificationLimit", },
{"STUNEnable", },
{"STUNServerAddress", },
{"STUNServerPort", },
{"STUNUsername", },
{"STUNPassword", },
{"STUNMaximumKeepAlivePeriod", },
{"STUNMinimumKeepAlivePeriod", },
{"NATDetected", },
{"", },
{"UPnP", },
{"Device", },
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{"UPnPIGD", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"IPPingDiagnostics", },
{"DiagnosticsState", },
{"Interface", },
{"Host", },
{"NumberOfRepetitions", },
{"Timeout", },
{"DataBlockSize", },
{"DSCP", },
{"SuccessCount", },
{"FailureCount", },
{"AverageResponseTime", },
{"MinimumResponseTime", },
{"MaximumResponseTime", },
{"", },
{"DownloadDiagnostics", },
{"DiagnosticsState", },
{"Interface", },
{"DownloadURL", },
{"DSCP", },
{"EthernetPriority", },
{"ROMTime", },
{"BOMTime", },
{"EOMTime", },
{"TestBytesReceived", },
//
{"TotalBytesReceived", },
{"TCPOpenRequestTime", },
{"TCPOpenResponseTime", },
{"", },
{"UploadDiagnostics", },
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{"DiagnosticsState", },
{"Interface", },
{"UploadURL", },
{"DSCP", },
{"EthernetPriority", },
{"TestFileLength", },
{"ROMTime", },
{"BOMTime", },
{"EOMTime", },
//
{"TotalBytesSent", },
{"TCPOpenRequestTime", },
{"TCPOpenResponseTime", },
{"", },
{"Time", },
{"NTPServer1", },
{"NTPServer2", },
{"", },
{"UserInterface", },
{"User", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"RemoteAccessCapable", },
{"X_WebPort", },
{"X_WebIdleTimeout", },
{"X_WebAllowRemoteIP", },
{"Username", },
{"Password", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"Layer3Forwarding", },
{"DefaultConnectionService", },
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{"ForwardNumberOfEntries", },
{"Forwarding", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"Status", },
{"Type", },
{"DestIPAddress", },
{"DestSubnetMask", },
{"SourceIPAddress", },
{"SourceSubnetMask", },
{"GatewayIPAddress", },
{"Interface", },
{"ForwardingMetric", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"LANConfigSecurity", },
{"ConfigPassword", },
{"", },
{"LANDevice", },
{"1", },
{"LANEthernetInterfaceNumberOfEntries", },
{"LANUSBInterfaceNumberOfEntries", },
{"LANWLANConfigurationNumberOfEntries", },
{"LANHostConfigManagement", },
{"DHCPServerConfigurable", },
{"DHCPServerEnable", },
{"DHCPRelay", },
{"MinAddress", },
{"MaxAddress", },
{"ReservedAddresses", },
{"SubnetMask", },
{"DNSServers", },
{"DomainName", },
{"IPRouters", },
{"DHCPLeaseTime", },
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{"IPInterfaceNumberOfEntries", },
{"IPInterface", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"IPInterfaceIPAddress", },
{"IPInterfaceSubnetMask", },
{"IPInterfaceAddressingType", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"LANEthernetInterfaceConfig", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"Status", },
{"MACAddress", },
{"MACAddressControlEnabled", },
{"MaxBitRate", },
{"DuplexMode", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"WLANConfiguration", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"Status", },
{"BSSID", },
{"MaxBitRate", },
{"Channel", },
{"AutoChannelEnable", },
{"SSID", },
{"BeaconType", },
{"MACAddressControlEnabled", },
{"Standard", },
{"WEPKeyIndex", },
{"KeyPassphrase", },
{"WEPEncryptionLevel", },
{"BasicEncryptionModes", },
{"BasicAuthenticationMode", },
{"WPAEncryptionModes", },
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{"WPAAuthenticationMode", },
{"IEEE11iEncryptionModes", },
{"IEEE11iAuthenticationMode", },
{"PossibleChannels", },
{"ChannelsInUse", },
{"BasicDataTransmitRates", },
{"OperationalDataTransmitRates", },
{"PossibleDataTransmitRates", },
{"RadioEnabled", },
{"AutoRateFallBackEnabled", },
{"TotalBytesSent", },
{"TotalBytesReceived", },
{"TotalPacketsSent", },
{"TotalPacketsReceived", },
{"TotalAssociations", },
{"AssociatedDevice", },
{"1", },
{"AssociatedDeviceMACAddress", },
{"AssociatedDeviceIPAddress", },
{"AssociatedDeviceAuthenticationState", },
{"X_AssociatedDeviceSignalStrength", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"WEPKey", },
{"1", },
{"WEPKey", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"Hosts", },
{"HostNumberOfEntries", },
{"Host", },
{"1", },
{"IPAddress", },
{"AddressSource", },
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{"LeaseTimeRemaining", },
{"MACAddress", },
{"HostName", },
{"InterfaceType", },
{"Active", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"WANDevice", },
{"1", },
{"WANConnectionNumberOfEntries", },
{"WANCommonInterfaceConfig", },
{"EnabledForInternet", },
{"WANAccessType", },
{"Layer1UpstreamMaxBitRate", },
{"Layer1DownstreamMaxBitRate", },
{"PhysicalLinkStatus", },
{"TotalBytesSent", },
{"TotalBytesReceived", },
{"TotalPacketsSent", },
{"TotalPacketsReceived", },
{"", },
{"WANConnectionDevice", },
{"1", },
{"WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries", },
{"WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries", },
{"WANIPConnection", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"ConnectionStatus", },
{"PossibleConnectionTypes", },
{"ConnectionType", },
{"Name", },
{"Uptime", },
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{"LastConnectionError", },
{"RSIPAvailable", },
{"NATEnabled", },
{"AddressingType", },
{"ExternalIPAddress", },
{"SubnetMask", },
{"DefaultGateway", },
{"DNSEnabled", },
{"DNSOverrideAllowed", },
{"DNSServers", },
{"MACAddress", },
{"ConnectionTrigger", },
{"RouteProtocolRx", },
{"PortMappingNumberOfEntries", },
{"PortMapping", },
{"1", },
{"PortMappingEnabled", },
{"PortMappingLeaseDuration", },
{"RemoteHost", },
{"ExternalPort", },
{"InternalPort", },
{"PortMappingProtocol", },
{"InternalClient", },
{"PortMappingDescription", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"Stats", },
{"EthernetBytesSent", },
{"EthernetBytesReceived", },
{"EthernetPacketsSent", },
{"EthernetPacketsReceived", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"WANPPPConnection", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"ConnectionStatus", },
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{"PossibleConnectionTypes", },
{"ConnectionType", },
{"Name", },
{"Uptime", },
{"LastConnectionError", },
{"RSIPAvailable", },
{"NATEnabled", },
{"Username", },
{"Password", },
{"ExternalIPAddress", },
{"DNSEnabled", },
{"DNSOverrideAllowed", },
{"DNSServers", },
{"MACAddress", },
{"TransportType", },
{"PPPoEACName", },
{"PPPoEServiceName", },
{"ConnectionTrigger", },
{"RouteProtocolRx", },
{"PortMappingNumberOfEntries", },
{"PortMapping", },
{"1", },
{"PortMappingEnabled", },
{"PortMappingLeaseDuration", },
{"RemoteHost", },
{"ExternalPort", },
{"InternalPort", },
{"PortMappingProtocol", },
{"InternalClient", },
{"PortMappingDescription", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"Stats", },
{"EthernetBytesSent", },
{"EthernetBytesReceived", },
{"EthernetPacketsSent", },
{"EthernetPacketsReceived", },
{"", },
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{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
/*TR104 for VOIP setting*/
{"Services", },
{"VoiceService", },
{"1", },
{"VoiceProfileNumberOfEntries", },
{"Capabilities", },
{"MaxProfileCount", },
{"MaxLineCount", },
{"MaxSessionsPerLine", },
{"MaxSessionCount", },
{"SignalingProtocols", },
{"Regions", },
{"RTCP", },
{"SRTP", },
{"RTPRedundancy", },
{"DSCPCoupled", },
{"EthernetTaggingCoupled", },
{"PSTNSoftSwitchOver", },
{"FaxT38", },
{"FaxPassThrough", },
{"ModemPassThrough", },
{"ToneGeneration", },
{"RingGeneration", },
{"NumberingPlan", },
{"ButtonMap", },
{"VoicePortTests", },
{"SIP", },
{"Role", },
{"Extensions", },
{"Transports", },
{"URISchemes", },
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{"EventSubscription", },
{"ResponseMap", },
{"", },
{"Codecs", },
{"1", },
{"EntryID", },
{"Codec", },
{"BitRate", },
{"PacketizationPeriod", },
{"SilenceSuppression", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"VoiceProfile", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"Reset", },
{"NumberOfLines", },
{"Name", },
{"SignalingProtocol", },
{"MaxSessions", },
{"DTMFMethod", },
{"DTMFMethodG711", },
{"SIP", },
{"ProxyServer", },
{"ProxyServerPort", },
{"ProxyServerTransport", },
{"RegistrarServer", },
{"RegistrarServerPort", },
{"RegistrarServerTransport", },
{"UserAgentDomain", },
{"UserAgentPort", },
{"UserAgentTransport", },
{"OutboundProxy", },
{"OutboundProxyPort", },
{"Organization", },
{"RegistrationPeriod", },
{"RegisterExpires", },
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{"UseCodecPriorityInSDPResponse", },
{"", },
{"RTP", },
{"LocalPortMin", },
{"LocalPortMax", },
{"DSCPMark", },
{"TelephoneEventPayloadType", },
{"", },
{"Line", },
{"1", },
{"Enable", },
{"Status", },
{"CallState", },
{"SIP", },
{"AuthUserName", },
{"AuthPassword", },
{"URI", },
{"", },
{"Codec", },
{"TransmitCodec", },
{"ReceiveCodec", },
{"TransmitBitRate", },
{"ReceiveBitRate", },
{"TransmitSilenceSuppression", },
{"ReceiveSilenceSuppression", },
{"TransmitPacketizationPeriod", },
{"List", },
{"1", },
{"EntryID", },
{"Codec", },
{"BitRate", },
{"PacketizationPeriod", },
{"SilenceSuppression", },
{"Enable", },
{"Priority", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
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{"Session", },
{"1", },
{"SessionStartTime", },
{"SessionDuration", },
{"FarEndIPAddress", },
{"FarEndUDPPort", },
{"LocalUDPPort", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"Stats", },
{"ResetStatistics", },
{"PacketsSent", },
{"PacketsReceived", },
{"BytesSent", },
{"BytesReceived", },
{"PacketsLost", },
{"Overruns", },
{"Underruns", },
{"IncomingCallsReceived", },
{"IncomingCallsAnswered", },
{"IncomingCallsConnected", },
{"IncomingCallsFailed", },
{"OutgoingCallsAttempted", },
{"OutgoingCallsAnswered", },
{"OutgoingCallsConnected", },
{"OutgoingCallsFailed", },
{"CallsDropped", },
{"TotalCallTime", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },
{"", },};
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Diagnosis
In this page, user can do packet trace, ping test and traceroute test to diagnose the device’s
connection status.
Table 82 Diagnosis
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Description
1. Packet Trace
Users can use the packet trace feature to intercept packets which traverse the device. Click
the Start button to start home gateway tracking and keep refreshing the page until the
message trace shows to stop, click the Save button to save captured packets.
2. Ping Test
Enter the destination IP or host name, and then click Apply, device will perform ping test.
3. Traceroute Test
Enter the destination IP or host name, and then click Apply, device will perform traceroute
test.
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Operating Mode
Table 83 Operating mode
Description
Choose the Operation Mode as Basic Mode or Advanced Mode.
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System Log
Table 84 System log
Description
If you enable the system log in Status/syslog webpage, you can view the system log in this
webpage.
Logout
Table 85 Logout
Description
Press the logout button to logout, and then the login window will appear.
Reboot
Press the
button to reboot CnPilot Home device.
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Administration
Chapter 4: IPv6 address configuration on WAN
interface
The R200/201 devices support IPv6 addressing starting from firmware version 4.3.
This chapter covers:






Introduction
Enabling IPv6
Configuring IPv6
Viewing WAN port status
IPv6 DHCP configuration for LAN/WLAN clients
LAN DHCPv6
Introduction
DHCPv6 protocol is used to automatically provision/configure IPv6 capable end points in a local
network. In addition to acquiring an IPv6 IP address for the WAN interface and its associated
LAN/WLAN clients, the R200/201 devices are also capable of prefix delegation.
The R200/R201 devices support the following types of modes of IPv6 addresses:

Stateless DHCPv6

Statefull DHCPv6
Table 86 IPv6 Modes
Mode
Description
Stateless
In Stateless DHCPv6 mode, the R200/R201 devices listen for ICMPv6
Router Advertisements messages which are periodically sent out
by the routers on the local link or requested by the node using a
Router Advertisements solicitation message. The device derives a
unique IPv6 address using prefix receives from the router and its
own MAC address.
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Statefull
Administration
In Statefull DHCPv6 mode, the client works exactly as IPv4 DHCP, in
which hosts receive both their IPv6 addresses and additional
parameters from the DHCP server.
Enabling IPv6
To enable IPv6 functionality:
1. Navigate to Network > IPv6 Advanced page.
2. Select Enable from the IPv6 Enable drop-down list.
3. Click Save.
Table 87 Enabling IPv6
Configuring IPv6
Configuring Statefull IPv6
1. Navigate to Network > WAN page. The following window is displayed:
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Table 88 Configuring Statefull IPv6
Field Name
Description
IP Protocol Version
Enable IPv4 and IPv6 option.
WAN IP Mode
Set it to DHCP.
NAT Enable
Select Enable.
DHCPv6 Address
Settings
Set it to statefull mode.
Prefix Delegation
Select Enable.
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Configuring Stateless IPv6
Table 89 Configuring Stateless IPv6
Field Name
Description
IP Protocol Version
Enable IPv4 and IPv6 option.
WAN IP Mode
Set it to DHCP.
NAT Enable
Select Enable.
DHCPv6 Address
Settings
Set it to stateless mode.
Prefix Delegation
Select Enable.
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Viewing WAN port status
To view the status of WAN port:
1. Navigate to Status page.
IPv6 DHCP configuration for LAN/WLAN clients
Wired and wireless clients connected to R200/201 can obtain their IPv6 addresses based on how the
LAN side DHCPv6 parameters are configured. The R200/201 can be either configured as a DHCPv6
server in which the LAN/WLAN clients get IPv6 addresses from the configured pool.
If DHCP server is disabled on the R200/201, the clients will get IPv6 addresses from the external
DHCPv6 server configured in the network.
LAN DHCPv6
When IPv6 is enabled, the LAN/WLAN clients of R200/R201 can be configured to receive IPv6
addresses from locally configured IPv6 pool or from an external DHCPv6 server.
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To enable LAN DHCPv6 service:
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Chapter 5:
Managing device via cnMaestro
cnMaestro is a suite of cloud-based tools for network management: inventory management,
onboarding devices, daily operations and maintenance. cnMaestro offers full visibility across the
entirety of a network.
This chapter covers:

Preparing the device

Login to cnMaestro

On Boarding of cnPilot R200/R201

Configuring the Devices

Approving On Boarded devices

Unclaiming the Devices
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Preparing the device
Preparing the device
The prerequisites at device side are:
1
Power on the cnPilot.Home R200/201. Configure the IP Address using either the DHCP or
Static mode.
2
Check for the Internet connectivity. This is required, as the device needs to communicate
with the cnMaestro Server hosted in the AWS.
3
Allow the IP Addresses of the devices in the Firewall Server using an ACL. Also, enable
the protocols like HTTP/HTTPS and SSL.
This is required as the device communicates with the cnMaestro Server using web
sockets and for security reasons SSL certificates are exchanged between the device and
the cnMaestro Server. The cnMaestro uses s3.amazonaws.com link to download
software images for device firmware upgrade
4
By default, the cnMaestro Server URL will be configured in the devices for
communication with cnMaestro. The default URL is
https://cloud.cambiumnetworks.com
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Login to cnMaestro
Login to cnMaestro
Follow the below steps:
1
Open a browser session and launch the URL
https://cloud.cambiumnetworks.com
2
Sign in using your Cambium support center account credentials if you already have an
Account or click the link "Click Here to Register" for the registration
3
After sign in, create the company Account (it requires Approval from the
Solutions@cambiumnetworks.com to create an account)
4
Once account is approved and created, user can login to the cnMaestro Server.
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Login to cnMaestro
5
If the user has single company account, he will be automatically redirected to that
account after log in.
6
If the user has multiple accounts, once signed in the user needs to select the company
account he wants to access.
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On Boarding of cnPilot R200/R201
On Boarding of cnPilot R200/R201
The device can be On Boarded using

Serial Number or

Cambium ID.
On Boarding using Serial Number
The devices can be On Boarded on cnMaestro using device’s Serial Number. The procedure is
supported for the cnPilot R200/R201 Devices.
1
Click the Onboard Devices widget in home page
2
Provide the Serial number of the device in the combo box and click "Claim Devices"
button.
3
Serial Number can be found on the device enclosure and can be seen in the Device GUI
Home page after logging into the device.
4
Claim the single or multiple serial numbers separated by comma or new line.
To claim bulk number of devices, user can connect to bar code machine scanner to
laptop where cnMaestro GUI is running and scan the serial numbers of the devices.
6
Go to "On board" tab after claiming the devices to proceed with Approval procedure
Approving On Boarded devices.
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On Boarding of cnPilot R200/R201
Onboarding using Cambium ID
The Cambium ID based On Boarding can be done either from cnPilot R200/R201 GUI or CLI (not
from cnMaestro).
1
Login to cnPilot R200/R201 GUI and navigate to Administration > cnMaestro page
2
Enter the Cambium ID and On Boarding key and click Save.
Reboot of the device is required in case of cnPilot R200/R201 devices.
3
The Cambium ID and On Boarding key details are given during company account
creation in the cnMaestro Server. These details can also be found at the
Home Page > On Board Devices > Claim From Device page in cnMaestro server.
4
Go to the Home Page->On Board Devices-> Onboard page in cnMaestro server to
proceed with Device Approval process.
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Configuring the Devices
Configuring the Devices
Basic Details
User can update device name and comments for a device. In case, user does not enter device
name, it will be read from the device after On Boarding. The device basic details can be configured
later from the Configure >Devices page.
Figure 5 Basic details
Set Device Location
The Location configuration page allows to configure device location in google map. The device
location can be configured:

Select the Network and Tower under which the device will be placed

Set Latitude and Longitude coordinates to populate device location
In case the device location is not set, it will be placed under default cnMaestro network. User can
set device location after on boarding of device from Configure > Device page. Navigate to the
Mange > Organize menu for creating new Network and Tower.
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Configuring the Devices
Figure 6 Select Location
Firmware Update
The Firmware Update page allows the user to upgrade the software to the latest available image
before the device is on boarded to cnMaestro. It also shows the current version if the device is
claimed via Cambium ID. User can upgrade later through Operate > Software Update page.
Figure 7 Firmware update
Configure Devices
The Configure Devices page allows to select a pre-configured template file in order to push the
configuration to the device before On Boarding. User can push the device template configuration
later from Configure > Devices page. The Configuration Templates can be created from Configure
> Templates page.
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Configuring the Devices
Figure 8 Configure devices
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Approving On Boarded devices
Approving On Boarded devices
The approval procedure for On Boarded devices are:
1
Device goes through the following states based on the device trying to connect to the
CnMaestro Server :
State
Approval state
Details
Waiting for Device
Before approval
Device is not communicating to
cnMaestro Server
Queued
After approval
Device is not communicating to
cnMaestro Server
Waiting for Approval
Before approval
Device is communicating to cnMaestro
Server
Queued
After approval
Other devices are getting updated with the
config and software Images
Updating
After approval
Current device is getting updated with the
config and software Images
On Boarded
After approval
Device is successfully on boarded.
2
Once the device is in on boarding queue user can delete the device before approving it.
3
The "Approve All" option can be used if there are bulk number of devices. Configure the
Basic and other settings later from the Configure->Devices page or Bulk Upgrade of the
devices from the Operate->Software Update page.
4
User can monitor on boarded devices from Home > Monitor the device page or by
selecting the options from the Monitor menu.
5
The device summary hyperlink in the configuration column of On Board page provides
summary of device configuration. It also provides hyperlinks to configure and upgrade
the device later.
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Unclaiming the Devices
Unclaiming the Devices
The device unclaiming procedure is as follows:
Figure 9 Unclaiming the devices
1
If the user wants to delete the devices from his account he need to go to the Operate >On
Board Devices> Unclaim page and click the Delete icon ( ).
2
Statistics collected from the time period when the device on boarded to the time it is
being deleted are not deleted from the server. In case if the user on boards the device
again the data will be preserved for Historical reference.
3
Uncalming will also help in transferring the device to the other cnMaestro Account. It is
highly recommended that the user should unclaim the device from his account before he
can transfer or claim the device in another account.
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Chapter 6:
Troubleshooting Guide
This chapter covers:

Configuring PC to get IP Address automatically

Cannot connect to the Web GUI

Forgotten Password

Fast Bridge Setting

cnMaestro On Boarding troubleshooting
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Configuring PC to get IP Address automatically
Configuring PC to get IP Address automatically
Follow the below process to set your PC to get an IP address automatically:
Step 1 : Click the “Start” button
Step 2 : Select “control panel”, then double click “network connections” in the “control panel”
Step 3 : Right click the “network connection” that your PC uses, select “attribute” and you can see
the interface as shown in Figure 10.
Step 4.: Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”, click “attribute” button, then click the “Get IP address
automatically”.
Figure 10 LAN
Cannot connect to the Web GUI
Solution:

Check if the Ethernet cable is properly connected

Check if the URL is correct. The format of URL is: http:// the IP address: 8080, 8080 must be
added

Check on any other browser apart from Internet explorer such as Firefox or Mozilla

Contact your administrator, supplier or ITSP for more information or assistance.
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Forgotten Password
If you have forgotten the management password, you cannot access the configuration web GUI.
Solution:
To factory default: press and hold reset button for 10 seconds.
Fast Bridge Setting
Description
Step 1: Login Web GUI of the device. Go to Administration-=> Operating Mode. Set Operating
mode to Basic Mode. Save.
Step 2: Open Network-> WAN, Change NAT Enable to Disable. Save and Reboot. Now the device
works in Bridge mode.
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Step 3: Login from WAN port. See example page Status->Basic.
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cnMaestro On Boarding troubleshooting
cnMaestro On Boarding troubleshooting
The On Boarding troubleshooting procedure is described below:
1
2
If during the Cambium ID on boarding if the device dashboard or home page shows the
cnMaestro Connection status as
Error Status
Cause
Resolution
Failed to
Resolve URL
The cloud URL is not
being resolved by the
device.

Ensure that the cnMaestro cloud URL is
https://cloud.cambiumnetworks.com

If the URL is correct, check the DNS
settings and Internet connectivity.

If the internet connectivity and DNS
works fine then check the firewall
configuration for device IP Address and
the protocols http/https/SSL are allowed
as part of ACL
Invalid
Cambium
ID/Password
Wrong configuration
of cambium ID or On
Boarding key

Ensure that the correct credentials is
entered.
Invalid Cookie
or Cambium ID
not configured
Device is unclaimed

Claim the device either by serial number
or Cambium ID
Device Not
Claimed
Device is not claimed

Claim the device either by serial number
or Cambium ID
Connecting
Device is trying to
connect to the
cnMaestro server

Device is connecting state
During the serial number on boarding following are the error messages:
Error Status
Cause
Resolution
Unknown
Device
Device serial number
is not known to
cnMaestro server

Send a mail to
solutions@cambiumnetworks.com for
the serial numbers to be added to the
server database
Invalid Serial
Number
Device serial number
is less than 12
characters and given
for claiming

Enter the correct serial number of the
device or try on boarding using
Cambium ID
Already
Managed by
this account
Device is already
managed by the
current user account

Do not try both the serial number and
cambium ID on boarding methods at the
same time.
Already
Managed by
other Account
Device is already
claimed in another
user account

Ensure that the entered serial number of
device belongs to current user account.
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After the error messages occurs, user can click the OK button in the error dialog and then
rectify the serial numbers by giving correct ones and initiate the claiming procedure.
Else, use can clear the wrong serial numbers if it need not to be claimed. This allows not
to re-enter serial number again and remove the invalid characters from entered serial
number.
3
cnMaestro Account ID is the Cambium ID or Account Name chosen while creating the
company account which indicates that the device belongs to that account. cnMaestro
Account ID will be blank when the device is not claimed and will be populated when the
device is cliamed in the cnMaestro server. The Account ID will be available in the device
dashboard or home page.
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Quick Installation procedure for Router
Quick Installation procedure for Router
1. Power ON the wireless router using the power supply/PoE. POWER LED will glow after 5
seconds of powering ON and wait for 2 minutes to boot up device properly.
2. Insert the Ethernet cable to any LAN port on the RJ45 port labeled LAN1 to LAN4 and connect
other end of the cable to Ethernet port of PC
3. LAN LED will turn ON after connecting the LAN cable
4. Configure the LAN interface of your PC to acquire the IP address using DHCP. The LAN
interface of the PC will get an IP address from the 192.168.11.x/24 subnet
5. Connect to the wireless router by typing http://192.168.11.1 in web browser
6. Enter default username “admin” and password “admin”
7. Change the default password by going to Administration->Management->Password Reset
option.
8. Go to Network tab and select INTERNET mode as DHCP/STATIC or PPPoE based on the
internet service provided by the ISP. Most common mode of connection would be DHCP
(Please refer your ISP’s instruction).
9. Go to wireless tab and change the SSID name from default value to your choice of SSID. For
selecting the security password for SSID go to Wireless ->Wireless Security and select the
SSID from SSID drop down list and select the security type and password. It is recommended
to change the wireless security password.
10. Connect the WAN port of the wireless router to the ISP device (eg. ADSL, Cable Modem).
Notice that WAN LED will start glowing now.
11. Save the configuration and reboot the device.
12. cnPilot Home R200P/R201P model has PoE out functionality on WAN port which can power a
single PMP450 or ePMP 1000 SM (Subscriber Module).
13. Again open http://192.168.11.1 and go to STATUS tab and see the “Network Status” for details
of internet connectivity and statistics.
14. Now the connection is established for configured SSID and browsing internet.
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Glossary
Term
Definition
ATA
Advanced Technology Attachment
Address Resolution
Protocol
Protocol defined in RFC 826 to allow a network element to correlate a
host IP address to the Ethernet address of the host. See
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc826.html.
Bridge
Network element that uses the physical address (not the logical address)
of another to pass data. The bridge passes the data to either the
destination address, if found in the simple routing table, or to all
network segments other than the one that transmitted the data. Modules
are Layer 2 bridges except that, where NAT is enabled for an SM, the SM
is a Layer 3 switch. Compare to Switch and Router, and see also NAT.
DES
Data Encryption Standard. An over-the-air link option that uses secret
56-bit keys and 8 parity bits. DES performs a series of bit permutations,
substitutions, and recombination operations on blocks of data.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, defined in RFC 2131. Protocol that
enables a device to be assigned a new IP address and TCP/IP
parameters, including a default gateway, whenever the device reboots.
Thus DHCP reduces configuration time, conserves IP addresses, and
allows modules to be moved to a different network within the system.
See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2131.html. See also Static IP Address
Assignment.
DNS
Domain Name System, a system for naming computers and network
services that is organized into a hierarchy of domains
File Transfer Protocol
Utility that transfers of files through TCP (Transport Control Protocol)
between computing devices that do not operate on the same platform.
Defined in RFC 959. See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc959.html.
FTP
File Transfer Protocol, defined in RFC 959. Utility that transfers of files
through TCP (Transport Control Protocol) between computing devices
that do not operate on the same platform. See
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc959.html.
FXS
Foreign Exchange Station means the wall jack or the interface to the
telephone system which FXO devices can be connected to
Gateway
A network point that acts as an entrance to another network
GUI
Graphical user interface.
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Glossary
Term
Definition
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol, used to make the Internet resources
available on the World Wide Web. Defined in RFC 2068. See
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2068.html.
HTTPS
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocols defined in RFC 792, used to identify
Internet Protocol (IP)-level problems and to allow IP links to be tested.
See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc792.html.
IGPM
The Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is a communications
protocol used by hosts and adjacent routers on IPv4/IPv6 networks to
establish multicast group memberships.
IP
Internet Protocol defined in RFC 791. The Network Layer in the TCP/IP
protocol stack. This protocol is applied to addressing, routing, and
delivering, and re-assembling data packets into the Data Link layer of the
protocol stack. See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc791.html.
IP Address
32-bit binary number that identifies a network element by both network
and host. See also Subnet Mask.
IPv4
Traditional version of Internet Protocol, which defines 32-bit fields for
data transmission.
ISM
Industrial, Scientific, and Medical Equipment radio frequency band, in
the 900-MHz, 2.4-GHz, and 5.8-GHz ranges.
L2TP over IPSec
Level 2 Tunneling Protocol over IP Security. One of several virtual
private network (VPN) implementation schemes. Regardless of whether
Subscriber Modules have the Network Address Translation feature
(NAT) enabled, they support VPNs that are based on this protocol.
LED
Light-Emitting Diode
MAC Address
Media Access Control address. The hardware address that the factory
assigns to the module for identification in the Data Link layer interface of
the Open Systems Interconnection system. This address serves as an
electronic serial number.
NAT
Network Address Translation defined in RFC 1631. A scheme that
isolates Subscriber Modules from the Internet. See
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1631.html.
NEC
National Electrical Code. The set of national wiring standards that are
enforced in the U.S.A.
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NetBIOS
Protocol defined in RFC 1001 and RFC 1002 to support an applications
programming interface in TCP/IP. This interface allows a computer to
transmit and receive data with another host computer on the network.
RFC 1001 defines the concepts and methods. RFC 1002 defines the
detailed specifications. See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1001.html and
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1002.html.
Network Address
Translation
Scheme that defines the Access Point Module as a proxy server to
isolate registered Subscriber Modules from the Internet. Defined in RFC
1631. See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1631.html.
Network
Management Station
See NMS.
NMS
Network Management Station. A monitor device that uses Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to control, gather, and report
information about predefined network variables (objects). See also
Simple Network Management Protocol.
NTP
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol that is used to synchronize
computer clock times in a network of computers
PPPoE
Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet. Supported on SMs for
operators who use PPPoE in other parts of their network operators who
want to deploy PPPoE to realize per-subscriber authentication, metrics,
and usage control.
QoS
Quality of Service (QoS) refers to the capability of a network to provide
better service to selected network traffic over various technologies
RJ-45
Standard cable that is typically used for Ethernet connection. This cable
may be wired as straight-through or as crossover. Later modules autosense whether the cable is straight-through or crossover.
Router
Network element that uses the logical (IP) address of another to pass
data to only the intended recipient. Compare to Switch and Bridge.
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
Simple Network
Management
Protocol
Standard that is used for communications between a program (agent) in
the network and a network management station (monitor). Defined in
RFC 1157. See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1157.html.
SNMP
See Simple Network Management Protocol, defined in RFC 1157.
SNMPv3
SNMP version 3
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Term
Definition
Static IP Address
Assignment
Assignment of Internet Protocol address that can be changed only
manually. Thus static IP address assignment requires more
configuration time and consumes more of the available IP addresses
than DHCP address assignment does. RFC 2050 provides guidelines for
the static allocation of IP addresses. See
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2050.html. See also DHCP.
SSID
Service Set IDentifier
Subnet Mask
32-bit binary number that filters an IP address to reveal what part
identifies the network and what part identifies the host. The number of
subnet mask bits that are set to 1 indicates how many leading bits of the
IP address identify the network. The number of subnet mask bits that are
set 0 indicate how many trailing bits of the IP address identify the host.
Switch
Network element that uses the port that is associated with the physical
address of another to pass data to only the intended recipient. Compare
to Bridge and Router.
TCP
Alternatively known as Transmission Control Protocol or Transport
Control Protocol. The Transport Layer in the TCP/IP protocol stack. This
protocol is applied to assure that data packets arrive at the target
network element and to control the flow of data through the Internet.
Defined in RFC 793. See http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc793.html.
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol, is a simple high-level protocol for
transferring data servers
TKIP
Temporal Key Integrity Protocol
TR 069
TR-069 (Technical Report 069) is a technical specification that defines an
application layer protocol for remote management of end-user devices
VLAN
Virtual local area network. An association of devices through software
that contains broadcast traffic, as routers would, but in the switch-level
protocol.
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play
USB
Universal Serial Bus
WDS
Wireless Distribution System
WLAN
Wireless Local Area Network
WMM
Wi-Fi Multimedia
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Definition
WPA2-PSK
Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 - Pre-Shared Key, and also called WPA or
WPA2 Personal, it is a method of securing your network using WPA2
with the use of the optional Pre-Shared Key (PSK) authentication, which
was designed for home users without an enterprise authentication
server.
WPS
Wi-Fi Protected Setup
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