Robustel GoRugged R2000
Dual SIM Industrial Cellular VPN Router
For GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA+/LTE Networks
User Guide
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About This Document
This document describes hardware and software of Robustel R2000, Dual SIM Industrial 2G/3G/4G Router.
Copyright © Guangzhou Robustel Technologies Co., Limited
All rights reserved.
Trademarks and Permissions
Robustel are trademark of Guangzhou Robustel Technologies Co., Limited.
All other trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document are the property of their respective holders.
Disclaimer
No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the copyright owner.
The contents of this document are subject to change without notice due to continued progress in methodology,
design and manufacturing. Robustel shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use
of this document.
Technical Support Contact Information
Tel: +86-20-23354618
Fax: +86-20-82321505
E-mail: support@robustel.com
Web: www.robustel.com
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Important Notice
Due to the nature of wireless communications, transmission and reception of data can never be guaranteed. Data
may be delayed, corrupted (i.e., have errors) or be totally lost. Although significant delays or losses of data are rare
when wireless devices such as the router is used in a normal manner with a well-constructed network, the router
should not be used in situations where failure to transmit or receive data could result in damage of any kind to the
user or any other party, including but not limited to personal injury, death, or loss of property. Robustel accepts no
responsibility for damages of any kind resulting from delays or errors in data transmitted or received using the
router, or for failure of the router to transmit or receive such data.
Safety Precautions
General

The router generates radio frequency (RF) power. When using the router, care must be taken on safety issues
related to RF interference as well as regulations of RF equipment.

Do not use your router in aircraft, hospitals, petrol stations or in places where using cellular products is
prohibited.

Be sure that the router will not be interfering with nearby equipment. For example: pacemakers or medical
equipment. The antenna of the router should be away from computers, office equipment, home appliance, etc.

An external antenna must be connected to the router for proper operation. Only uses approved antenna with
the router. Please contact authorized distributor on finding an approved antenna.

Always keep the antenna with minimum safety distance of 20 cm or more from human body. Do not put the
antenna inside metallic box, containers, etc.

RF exposure statements
1. For mobile devices without co-location (the transmitting antenna is installed or located more than 20cm
away from the body of user and nearby person)

FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement
1. This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
2. This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the
radiator and your body.
Note: Some airlines may permit the use of cellular phones while the aircraft is on the ground and the door is open.
Router may be used at this time.
Using the router in vehicle

Check for any regulation or law authorizing the use of cellular devices in vehicle in your country before installing
the router.

The driver or operator of any vehicle should not operate the route while driving.

Install the router by qualified personnel. Consult your vehicle distributor for any possible interference of
electronic parts by the router.

The router should be connected to the vehicle’s supply system by using a fuse-protected terminal in the
vehicle’s fuse box.

Be careful when the router is powered by the vehicle’s main battery. The battery may be drained after extended
period.
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Protecting your router

To ensure error-free usage, please install and operate your router with care. Do remember the following:

Do not expose the router to extreme conditions such as high humidity / rain, high temperature, direct sunlight,
caustic / harsh chemicals, dust, or water.

Do not try to disassemble or modify the router. There is no user serviceable part inside and the warranty would
be void.

Do not drop, hit or shake the router. Do not use the router under extreme vibrating conditions.

Do not pull the antenna or power supply cable. Attach/detach by holding the connector.

Connect the router only according to the instruction manual. Failure to do it will void the warranty.

In case of problem, please contact authorized distributor.
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Regulatory and Type Approval Information
Table 1: Directives
2011/65/EC
2012/19/EU
Directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011
on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and
electronic equipment (RoHS)
Directive 2012/19/EU the European Parliament and of the Council
of 4 July 2012 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
Table 2: Standards of the Ministry of Information Industry of the People’s Republic of China
SJ/T
11363-2006
“Requirements for Concentration Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic
Information Products” (2006-06)
SJ/T
11364-2006
“Marking for Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products”
(2006-06)
According to the “Chinese Administration on the Control of Pollution caused
by Electronic Information Products” (ACPEIP) the EPUP, i.e., Environmental
Protection Use Period, of this product is 20 years as per the symbol shown here, unless otherwise
marked. The EPUP is valid only as long as the product is operated within the operating limits
described in the Hardware Interface Description.
Please see Table 3 for an overview of toxic or hazardous substances or elements that might be
contained in product parts in concentrations above the limits defined by SJ/T 11363-2006.
Table 3: Toxic or hazardous substances or elements with defined concentration limits
Hazardous substances
Name of the part
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr (VI) )
Metal Parts
o
o
o
o
(PBB)
(PBDE)
o
o
Circuit Modules
x
o
o
o
o
o
Cables and Cable Assemblies
o
o
o
o
o
o
Plastic and Polymeric parts
o
o
o
o
o
o
o:
Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part is
below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
x:
Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials for this
part might exceed the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
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Revision History
Updates between document versions are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document version contains all updates
made to previous versions.
Release Date
Firmware Version
Doc Version
Change Description
2016-08-24
1.2.2
V2.0.0
Initial Release.
Modify the frequency range of FDD LTE and TDD LTE;
2016-08-31
1.2.2
V2.0.1
modify the EMC details; and modify the Tel and Fax No.
Updated frequency band info in Chapter 1.5
2016-10-08
1.2.2
V2.0.2
Other minor changes
2016-11-11
1.2.2
V2.0.3
Updated section about 2.9 Power Supply.
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Contents
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
Chapter 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
Product Concept......................................................................................................................................... 8
Overview .................................................................................................................................................... 8
Packing List ................................................................................................................................................. 9
Specifications ........................................................................................................................................... 10
Dimension ................................................................................................................................................ 13
Selection and Ordering Data .................................................................................................................... 13
Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 14
Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 14
LEDs .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Reset Button ............................................................................................................................................. 16
Ethernet Port ............................................................................................................................................ 16
Install SIM Card......................................................................................................................................... 16
Connect the External Antenna ................................................................................................................. 17
Ground the Router ................................................................................................................................... 17
Mount the Router .................................................................................................................................... 17
Power Supply............................................................................................................................................ 18
Connect R2000 to PC with Ethernet cable ............................................................................................... 19
PD Connection .......................................................................................................................................... 19
Configure Settings over Web Browser ..................................................................................................... 20
Configuring PC in Windows 7 ................................................................................................................... 20
Factory Default Settings ........................................................................................................................... 23
Login Router ............................................................................................................................................. 23
Control Panel ............................................................................................................................................ 24
Status ........................................................................................................................................................ 26
Interface > Link Manager ......................................................................................................................... 29
Interface > LAN ......................................................................................................................................... 38
Interface > Ethernet ................................................................................................................................. 43
Interface > Cellular ................................................................................................................................... 43
Interface > Wi-Fi (Optional) ...................................................................................................................... 46
Wi-Fi AP ........................................................................................................................................................... 46
3.11
Interface > WLAN (Optional) .................................................................................................................... 51
Wi-Fi Client ...................................................................................................................................................... 51
3.12
Network > Route ...................................................................................................................................... 53
3.13
Network > Firewall ................................................................................................................................... 55
3.14
VPN > IPSec .............................................................................................................................................. 58
3.15
VPN > OpenVPN ....................................................................................................................................... 65
3.15
VPN > GRE ................................................................................................................................................ 72
3.16
Services > Syslog ....................................................................................................................................... 73
3.17
Services > Event ........................................................................................................................................ 74
3.18
Services > NTP .......................................................................................................................................... 77
3.19
Services > SMS.......................................................................................................................................... 78
3.20
Services > DDNS ....................................................................................................................................... 79
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3.21
3.22
3.23
3.24
3.25
3.26
3.27
3.28
3.29
3.30
3.31
3.32
3.33
Chapter 4
4.1
Services > VRRP ........................................................................................................................................ 80
Services > SSH........................................................................................................................................... 81
Services > Robustlink (optional APP)........................................................................................................ 82
Services > Web Server .............................................................................................................................. 84
Services > SNMP (optional APP) ............................................................................................................... 85
Services > Advanced ................................................................................................................................. 88
System > Debug ........................................................................................................................................ 89
System > Update ...................................................................................................................................... 91
System > APP Center ................................................................................................................................ 91
System > Tools .......................................................................................................................................... 92
System > Profile ........................................................................................................................................ 96
System > Device Configuration................................................................................................................. 97
System > User Management .................................................................................................................... 97
Configuration Examples ........................................................................................................................... 99
Cellular ..................................................................................................................................................... 99
4.1.1
Cellular Dial-Up ................................................................................................................................. 99
4.1.2
SMS Remote Control....................................................................................................................... 101
4.2
Network.................................................................................................................................................. 103
4.2.1
IPSEC VPN ....................................................................................................................................... 103
4.2.2
OPENVPN ........................................................................................................................................ 107
4.2.3
GRE VPN.......................................................................................................................................... 110
Chapter 5
Introductions for CLI ............................................................................................................................... 112
5.1
What’s CLI............................................................................................................................................... 112
5.2
How to Configure the CLI ....................................................................................................................... 113
5.3
Commands Reference ............................................................................................................................ 119
Glossary ......................................................................................................................................................................... 120
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Chapter 1 Product Concept
1.1 Overview
Robustel GoRugged R2000 is an enterprise-class cellular router offering state-of-the-art mobile connectivity for
machine to machine (M2M) applications.

Dual SIM redundancy for continuous cellular connections; supports 2G/3G/4G

Various interfaces: 2xLAN/ 1xLAN, 1xWAN, Wi-Fi

WAN: static, PPPOE and DHCP client

Multiple links backup and ICMP detection

VPN tunnel: IPSec/OpenVPN/GRE

Auto reboot via SMS/Timing

Flexible management methods: Web/SMS/CLI

Firmware upgrade via Web/CLI/SMS

Advanced firewall: filtering, port mapping, DMZ

Supports DDNS

Supports VRRP

Support SNMP report events which include system startup, system reboot, system time update etc.

Wide range input voltages from 9 to 36 VDC

WAN interface support PD feature, compatible 802.3at.

The metal enclosure can be mounted on a DIN rail, on the wall or be put on desktop
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Built-in Watchdog, Timer
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1.2 Packing List
Check your package to make sure it contains the following items:
 Robustel R2000 router

3-pin pluggable terminal block for power connector x 1
 CD with user guide x 1
Note: If any of the above items is missing or damaged, please contact your Robustel Sales Representative.
Optional accessories (can be purchased separately):
 Cellular SMA antenna (3G/4G)

RP-SMA Wi-Fi antenna (stubby antenna or magnet antenna optional)
Stubby antenna
Magnet antenna
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Ethernet cable x 1
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Wall mounting kit x2

35mm DIN rail mounting kit

AC/DC power supply adapter (12VDC, 1.5A) x 1 (EU, US, UK, AU plug optional)
1.3 Specifications
Cellular Interface

Standards: GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA+/LTE

FDD LTE: max. 150/50 Mbps (DL/UL)
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TDD LTE: max. 112/10 Mbps (DL/UL)
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DC-HSPA+: 42/5.76 Mbps (DL/UL)
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HSPA+: max. 21.6/5.76 Mbps (DL/UL)

EDGE: 236.8 kbps (DL/UL)

GPRS: 85.6 kbps (DL/UL)

SIM: 2 x (3V & 1.8V)

Antenna interface: SMA female (1xMAIN and 1xAUX)
Ethernet Interface

Number of ports: 2xLAN or 1 x LAN, 1xWAN (10/100Mbps)

WAN supports 802.3at PD feature

Magnet isolation protection: 4KV
WLAN Interface (optional)

Standards: 802.11 b/g/n, support AP and Client mode

Data speed: 2*2 MIMO,300 Mbps

Frequency Band: 2.412 - 2.485 GHz

Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2

Encryption: 64/128 AES, TKIP

Antenna interface: RP-SMA female
System

Reset button

LED indicators: RUN, PPP, USR, 3 x RSSI
CPU & Memory

CPU: 535MHz

SDRAM: 64MB

FLASH: 16MB
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Software

Network protocols: PPP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, ICMP, NAT, DMZ, DDNS, VRRP, HTTP, HTTPs, DNS, ARP, SNTP, Telnet, SNMP,
etc.

VPN tunnel: IPSec/OpenVPN/GRE

Firewall: SPI, anti-DoS, Filter, Access Control

Management methods: Web, SMS
Power Supply and Consumption

Power supply interface: 3.5mm terminal block

Input voltage: 9 to 36 VDC

Power consumption: Idle: 100 mA @ 12 V
Data link: 500 mA (peak) @ 12 V

PD feature: WAN interface supports, input voltage: 48~57 VDC
Physical Characteristics

Housing & Weight: Metal, 300g

Dimension (L x W x H) 127.5mm x 82.5mm x 29.5mm

Installation: 35mm DIN rail or wall mounting or desktop
Regulatory and Type Approvals

Approvals & Certificates: CE, RCM

EMC:
EMI: EN 55022: 2006 / A1: 2007 (CE&RE) Class B
EMS: IEC 61000-4-2 (ESD) Level 4
IEC 61000-4-4 (EFT) Level 3
IEC 61000-4-5 (Surge) Level 3
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1.4 Dimension
1.5 Selection and Ordering Data
Model No.
R2000-3P
R2000-4L
Frequency Band
Mini-PCIe module
HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+: 800/850/900/AWS/1900/2100 MHz
GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Mini-PCIe module
FDD LTE: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B7, B8, B13, B17, B18, B19, B20,
B21, B25, B28, B31
TDD LTE: B38, B39, B40, B41
UMTS/DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSPA: 2100/1900/850/900/1800 MHz
GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
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Operating Environment
-20 to +65°C/ 5 to 95% RH
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Chapter 2 Installation
2.1 Overview
As shown in the following figures, R2000 router has two Ethernet ports (2xLAN or 1xLAN+1xWAN) and two cellular
SIM card slots.
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2.2 LEDs
Name
Color
Function
Router is ready.
RUN
Green
Router is starting.
Router is power off.
PPP Indicator: Null
PPP
Green
PPP Indicator: PPP connection is up.
PPP Indicator: PPP connection is down.
SIM: using backup SIM card.
On, blinking
NET: register to a low level network.
SIM: working well.
Off after blinking
NET: working well.
OpenVPN: OpenVPN is connected.
USR
Green
On
IPSec: IPSec is connected.
GRE: GRE is connected.
OpenVPN: OpenVPN is disconnected.
Off after lighting
IPSec: IPSec is disconnected.
up
GRE: GRE is disconnected.
Green
On
Signal level: 21-31 (Perfect signal level).
Yellow
On
Signal level: 11-20 (Average signal level).
Red
On
Signal level: 1-10 (Exceptional signal level).
When the network is disconnected, those three signal LEDs are designed as a binary combination
code to indicate a series of error report.
(Green Yellow Red) On: 1 Off: 0
001
AT command failed
010
no SIM card detected
011
it need to enter the PIN code
100
it need to enter the PUK code
101
registration failed
110
something wrong happened in the module
Note: Please go to Services > Advanced to set the User LED Type.
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Status
On, blinking
On, solid
Off
On, blinking
On, solid
Off
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2.3 Reset Button
Function
Reboot
Operation
Push the button for 2~7 seconds under working status.
Power on the router, wait 5 seconds, and then keep pressing the "RST" button until six LEDs
Restore to factory
start to blink one by one circularly. Please release the pressing operation within 5 seconds. In
default setting
this time the router loads default successfully.
2.4 Ethernet Port
The R2000 Lite has two Ethernet ports. ETH1 is LAN interface and ETH0 can be the LAN or WAN interface,
while defaults as LAN. Each Ethernet port has two LED indicators. The yellow one is Link indicator and the
green one doesn’t mean anything. Link indicator has three statuses, for details please refer to the form
below.
Indicator
Link Indicator
Status
Off
On
Blink
Description
Connection is down
Connection is up
Data is being transmitted
2.5 Install SIM Card

1.
2.

3.

4.
5.
Removing slot cover
Make sure router is powered off.
Use a screwdriver to unscrew the screw on the cover, and then remove the cover, you could find the SIM Card
slots.
Inserting SIM Card
Insert the SIM card, and you need press the card with your fingers until you hear “a cracking sound”. Then use a
screwdriver to screw the cover.
Removing SIM Card
Make sure router is powered off.
Press the card until you hear “a cracking sound”, when the card will pop up to be pulled out.
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Note:
1. Recommended torque for inserting is 0.5N.m and the maximum torque is 0.7N.m.
2. Please use the specific M2M SIM card when the device works in extreme temperature (temperature exceeding
0-40℃), because the long-time working of regular SIM card in harsh environment (temperature exceeding
0-40℃)may increase the possibility of SIM card failure.
3. Don’t forget screw the cover for again-theft.
4. Don’t touch the metal surface of the SIM card in case information in the card is lost or destroyed.
5. Don’t bend or scratch your SIM card.
6. Keep the card away from electricity and magnetism.
7. Make sure router is power off before inserting or removing your SIM card.
2.6 Connect the External Antenna
Connect router with an external antenna connector. Make sure the antenna is within correct frequency range and is
screwed tightly.
Note: Recommended torque for mounting is 0.35N.m
2.7 Ground the Router
Grounding and wire router helps limit the effects of noise due to electromagnetic interference (EMI). Run the ground
connection from the ground by screwing to the grounding surface before connecting devices.
Note: This product is intended to be mounted to a well-grounded mounting surface, such as a metal panel.
2.8 Mount the Router
The router may be placed on a horizontal surface such as a desktop, mounted on a DIN-rail, or mounted on the wall.

Two ways of mounting the router
1. Use 4 pcs of M2.5 screw to fix the router on the two metal plates.
And then use 2 pcs of M2.5 countersunk head cross recess screws with point-end to mount the router with two
metal plates on the wall.
Note: Recommended torque for mounting is 0.5N.m and the maximum torque is 0.7N.m.
2. Mount the router on a DIN rail with 3 pcs of M3 countersunk head cross recess screws, and then hang the
DIN-Rail on the holder.
You need to choose a standard holder. When mounting the unit on a DIN-rail, make sure that it is oriented with
the metal springs on top.
Note: Recommended torque for mounting is 1.0N.m and the maximum torque is 1.2N.m.
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2.9 Power Supply
R2000 router supports reverse polarity protection, but always refers to the figure above to connect the power
adapter correctly. There are two cables associated with the power adapter. Following to the color of the head,
connect the cable marked red to the positive pole through a terminal block, and connect the yellow one to the
negative in the same way.
Note: The range of power voltage is 9 to 36 VDC.
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2.10 Connect R2000 to PC with Ethernet cable
Use a standard cross-over Ethernet cable to connect R2000 to PC with Eth0 or Eth1 port.
2.11 PD Connection
If you want to power on R2000 by Ethernet, please refer to the following topology and connect R2000 to PSE (Power
Sourcing Equipment).
POE power input voltage range is 48~57 VDC.
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Chapter 3 Configure Settings over Web Browser
The router can be configured through your web browser that include IE 8.0 or above, Chrome and Firefox. A web
browser is included as a standard application in the following operating systems: Linux, Mac OS, Windows
98/NT/2000/XP/Me/Vista/7/8, etc. It provides an easy and user-friendly interface for configuration.
There are various ways to connect the router, either through an external repeater/hub or connect directly to your PC.
However, make sure that your PC has an Ethernet interface properly installed prior to connecting the router.
You must configure your PC to obtain an IP address through a DHCP server or a fixed IP address that must be in the
same subnet as the router. If you encounter any problems accessing the router web interface it is advisable to
uninstall your firewall program on your PC, as this tends to cause problems accessing the IP address of the router.
3.1 Configuring PC in Windows 7
There are two methods to obtain IP address for the PC, one is automatically obtain IP address from DHCP server, and
another is manually configured static IP address within the same subnet of R2000 router.
The configuration for windows system is similar.
1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center, and double-click Local Area Connection.
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2. Click Properties in the window of Local Area Connection Status.
3.
Select Internet Protocol Version (TCP/IPv4) and click Properties.
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4.
Two ways for configuring the IP address of PC:
Obtain an IP address automatically:
Use the following IP address (configured a static IP address manually within the same subnet of R2000 router):
5.
Click OK to finish the configuration.
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3.2 Factory Default Settings
Before configuring your router, you need to know the following default settings.
Item
Description
Username
admin
Password
admin
eth0
192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0, LAN
eth1
192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0, LAN
DHCP Server
Enabled
3.3 Login Router
1.
On the PC, open a web browser such as Internet Explorer.
2.
In the browser’s address bar, enter the IP address of the Router. The default IP address is 192.168.0.1, though
the actual address may vary.
3.
Input the username and password and login the R2000. If enter the wrong username or password six times, the
login web will be locked for 5 minutes.
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3.4 Control Panel
After logging in the R2000, the home page of the R2000 router’s web interface is displayed, just like the screenshot
below.
This section allows users to save configuration, reboot router, logout. When you are first time to login R2000, there
will be a pop-up tab “
”, click
to close the
pop-up tab. And if you want to change the password, please refer to 3.27 System > User Management section.
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Control Panel
Item
Save & Apply
Reboot
Logout
Description
Button
Click to save the current configuration into router’s flash and apply
the modification on every configuration page, to make the
modification taking effect.
Click to reboot the router.
When the Reboot button is in yellow, it means that some completed
configurations will take effect only by reboot.
Click to exit safely, then it will switch to login page. Shut down web
page directly without logout, the next one can login web on this
browser without a password before timeout.
Submit
Click to submit the modification on current configuration page.
Cancel
Click to cancel the modification on current configuration page.
Note: The steps of how to modify configuration are as bellow:
1.
Modify in one page;
2.
Click
3.
Modify in another page;
4.
Click
5.
Complete all modification;
6.
Click
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under this page;
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3.5 Status
This section displays the router’s status, which shows you a number of helpful information such as System
Information, Cellular Information, Internet Status and LAN Status.
System Information
System Information
Item
Device Model
System Uptime
System Time
Firmware Version
Hardware Version
Kernel Version
Serial Number
Description
Show the model name of this device.
Show how long the router has been working since power on.
Show the current system time.
Show the current firmware version.
Show the current hardware version.
Show the current kernel version.
Show the serial number of this device.
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Cellular Information
Cellular Information
Item
Modem Status
Modem Model
Firmware Version
IMEI
SIM Status
Network Registration
Network Provider
Network Type
Signal Strength
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Show the status of modem. There are 8 different status:
1. Initializing
2. Modem not found
3. No response
4. SIM not detected
5. SIM PIN required
6. SIM PUK required
7. Register failed
8. Ready
Show the current radio module type.
Show the current radio firmware version.
Show the IMEI number of the radio module.
Show the SIM card which the router works with currently: SIM1 or SIM2.
And show the total SIM cards in the router.
Show the status of Registration. There are 6 different status:
1. Not registered, search stopped
2. Registered to home network
3. Not registered, searching
4. Registration denied
5. Unknown
6. Registered, roaming
Show the current network provider.
Show the current network service type, e.g. GPRS.
Show the current signal strength.
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Internet Status
Internet Status
Item
Active Link
Uptime
IP Address
Gateway
DNS
Description
Show the current WAN link: WWAN1, WWAN2 or WAN.
Show how long the current WAN have been working.
Show the current WAN IP address.
Show the current gateway.
Show the current primary DNS server and Secondary server.
LAN Status
Router Information
Item
IP Address
MAC Address
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Show the current IP Address and the Netmask.
Show the current MAC Address.
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3.6 Interface > Link Manager
Link Manager
User can manage the link connection in this section.
Link Manager
Item
Primary Link
Backup Link
Backup Mode
Emergency Reboot
Note: Click“
Description
Select from “WWAN1”, “WWAN2”, “WAN”, “WLAN”.
1. WWAN1: Select to make SIM1 as the primary wireless link.
Note: insert SIM card please refer to the installation quick guide.
2. WWAN2: Select to make SIM2 as the primary wireless link.
3. WAN: Select to make WAN Ethernet port as the primary link.
Note: WAN link available only if enable ETH0 as WAN interface in System >
Device Configuration > Advance Device Settings
4. WLAN: Select to make WLAN as the router’s primary link.
Note: WLAN link available only if enable R2000 as Wi-Fi Client in System >
Device Configuration > Advance Device Settings
Select from “None”, “WWAN1”, “WWAN2”, “WAN”, “WLAN”.
1. None: Do not select backup interface.
2. WWAN1: Select to make SIM1 as backup wireless WAN.
3. WWAN2: Select to make SIM2 as backup wireless WAN.
4. WAN: Select to make WAN Ethernet port as the backup WAN.
Note: WAN link available only if enable ETH0 as WAN interface in System >
Device Configuration > Advance Device Settings
5. WLAN: Select to make WLAN as the router’s backup link.
Note: WLAN link available only if enable R2000 as Wi-Fi Client in System >
Device Configuration > Advance Device Settings
Cold backup: The inactive link is offline on standby.
Warm backup: The inactive link is online on standby.
Warm backup mode is not available for dual SIM backup.
Enable to reboot the whole system if no links available.
Default
WWAN1
None
Cold
backup
OFF
” for help.
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Link Setting section allows user to configure the parameter of link connection, include the WWAN1/WWAN, WAN
and WLAN.
It is recommended to enable Ping detection to keep router always online.
The Ping detection increases the reliability and also cost data traffic.
Click
to enter the link configuration window.
WWAN1/WWAN2
When enable “Automatic APN Selection”, the window will display just like the following screenshot.
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When disable “Automatic APN Selection”, the window will display just like the following screenshot.
WWAN Setting
Item
Automatic APN Selection
ON
Dialup Number
Authentication Type
Aggressive Reset
Switch SIM By Data
Allowance
Data Allowance
Billing Day
Description
ON: R2000 will recognize the access point name automatically.
Default
Dialup number for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
Select from “Auto”, “PAP” and “CHAP” as the local ISP required.
The module will be reset when the link become unreachable.
Switch to another SIM when reach data allowance, only use for dual
SIM backup.
Set the monthly data traffic limitation.
The system will record the data traffic statistics when data traffic
limitation (MiB) is specified. The traffic record will display in Link
Manager > Status > WWAN Data Usage Statistics section.
0 means disable data traffic record.
This option specifies the day of month for billing, the data traffic
statistics will be recalculated from this day.
Seconds to wait for redial.
*99***1#
Auto
OFF
Redial Interval
Automatic APN Selection
OFF: Select access point name manually.
OFF
APN
Access Point Name for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
Username
User Name for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
Password
Password for cellular dial-up connection, provided by local ISP.
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OFF
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1
10
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Enable
Primary Server
Secondary Server
Interval
Retry Interval
Timeout
Max Ping Tries
MTU
Overrided Primary DNS
Overrided Secondary DNS
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Ping Detection Settings/Advanced Setting
Description
To enable “ping detection”. It was a keepalive policy of R2000 router.
Router will ping this primary address/domain name to check that if the
current connectivity is active.
Router will ping this secondary address/domain name to check that if
the current connectivity is active.
Set the ping interval.
Set the ping retry interval.
Set the ping timeout.
Switch to another link or take emergency action if max continuous ping
tries reached.
Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the identifier of the maximum size of
packet, which is possible to transfer in a given environment.
Overrided DNS will override the automatically obtained DNS.
Overrided DNS will override the automatically obtained DNS.
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WAN
When choose the WAN Connection Type as DHCP, R2000 will obtain IP automatically from DHCP server.
When choose the WAN Connection Type as Static.
Static
Item
IP Address
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Description
Set the IP address with Netmask which can access the internet.
IP address with Netmask, e.g. 192.168.1.1/24
Set the gateway of the WAN IP.
Set the Primary DNS.
Set the Secondary DNS.
Default
Null
Null
Null
Null
When choose the WAN Connection Type as PPPoE.
PPPoE
Item
Username
Description
Enter the username which was provided by your Internet Service Provider.
Default
Null
Password
Enter the password which was provided by your Internet Service Provider.
Null
Authentication Type
Select from “Auto”, “PAP” and “CHAP” as the local ISP required.
Auto
PPP Expert options used for PPPoE dialup. You can enter some other PPP
initialization strings in this field. Each string can be separated by a Null
semicolon.
PPP Expert Options
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Item
Enable
Primary Server
Secondary Server
Interval
Retry Interval
Timeout
Max Ping Tries
MTU
Ping Detection Setting/Advance Setting
Description
To enable “ping detection”. It was a keepalive policy of R2000 router.
Router will ping this primary address/domain name to check that if the
current connectivity is active.
Router will ping this secondary address/domain name to check that if the
current connectivity is active.
Set the ping interval.
Set the ping retry interval.
Set the ping timeout.
Switch to another link or take emergency action if max continuous ping
tries reached.
Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the identifier of the maximum size of
packet, which is possible to transfer in a given environment.
Overrided DNS will override the automatically obtained DNS.
Overrided Primary DNS
Overrided
Secondary
Overrided DNS will override the automatically obtained DNS.
DNS
WLAN
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WLAN Setting
Item
SSID
Connect to Hidden SSID
Password
Debug Level
Description
Enter SSID of the access point which R2000 want to connect.
Input from 1 to 32 characters.
When R2000 works as Client mode and need to connect to any access
point which has hidden SSID, you need to enable this feature.
Enter access point’s passphrase which it wants to connect to.
Input from 8 to 63 characters.
Select from “verbose”, “debug”, “info”, “notice”, “warning”, “none”.
Default
router
OFF
Null
None
When choose the WLAN Connection Type as DHCP, R2000 will obtain IP automatically from the WLAN AP.
When choose the WLAN Connection Type as Static. Please enter the related parameter in the Static Address Setting
window.
Static Address Setting
Item
IP Address
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Description
Enter the IP address which was identified by the Wi-Fi AP.
IP address with Netmask, e.g. 192.168.1.1/24
Enter the Wi-Fi AP’s IP address.
Enter the primary DNS server IP address.
Enter the Secondary DNS server IP address.
Default
Null
Null
Null
Null
R2000 router cannot support PPPoE WLAN Connection Type.
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Item
Enable
Primary Server
Secondary Server
Interval
Retry Interval
Tmeout
Max Ping Tries
MTU
Ping Detection Setting/Advance Setting
Description
To enable “ping detection”. It was a keepalive policy of R2000 router.
Router will ping this primary address/domain name to check that if the
current connectivity is active.
Router will ping this secondary address/domain name to check that if the
current connectivity is active.
Set the ping interval.
Set the ping retry interval.
Set the ping timeout.
Switch to another link or take emergency action if max continuous ping
tries reached.
Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the identifier of the maximum size of
packet, which is possible to transfer in a given environment.
Overrided DNS will override the automatically obtained DNS.
Overrided Primary DNS
Overrided
Secondary
Overrided DNS will override the automatically obtained DNS.
DNS
Default
OFF
8.8.8.8
Null
300
5
3
3
1500
Null
Null
Status
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Click the button
which is in the top right of the Link Status window. Select the connection status of the
current link.
Click the row of the link, and it will show the details information of the current link connection under the row.
Click
button to clear SIM1 or SIM2 monthly data traffic usage statistics. Data statistics will display only if
enable the Data Allowance function in Link Manager > Link Setting > WWAN Setting.
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3.7 Interface > LAN
This section allows user to set the LAN and the related parameters.
LAN
Click
to edit the configuration of the current LAN interface. Click
Click
to delete the current LAN interface.
to add a new LAN interface. The maximum number of LAN interface is two.
General Settings
Item
Interface
IP Address
Netmask
MTU
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Select lan0 or lan1.
When eth0 used As WAN, lan1 is unavailable.
And lan1 available only if it was selected by eth0 or eth1 in
Ethernet > Port Setting section.
Set the IP Address of the LAN interface.
Set the Netmask of the LAN interface.
Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the identifier of the maximum
size of packet, which is possible to transfer in a given environment.
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When select DHCP Mode as Server, the window will display as the following screenshot.
DHCP Server
Item
Description
Default
Enable
Click the switch to show “ON” and to enable DHCP function.
ON
Mode
IP Pool Start
IP Pool End
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
WINS Server
Lease Time
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Server: Lease IP address to DHCP clients which connect to LAN.
Relay: Router can be DHCP Relay, which will provide a relay tunnel to
solve problem that DHCP Client and DHCP Server is not in a same subnet.
Define the beginning of the pool of IP addresses which will lease to DHCP
clients.
Define the end of the pool of IP addresses which will lease to DHCP
clients.
Define the Subnet Mask which the DHCP clients will obtain from DHCP
server.
Define the Gateway which the DHCP clients will obtain from DHCP server.
Define the Primary DNS Server which the DHCP clients will obtain from
DHCP server.
Define the Secondary DNS Server which the DHCP clients will obtain from
DHCP server.
Define the Windows Name Server which the DHCP clients will obtain
from DHCP server.
Define the time which the client can use the IP address which obtained
from DHCP server.
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192.168
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255.255
.255.0
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Null
Null
Null
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DHCP Server
Item
Expert Options
Debug Enable
Description
You can enter some other options of DHCP server in this field.
format: config-desc;config-desc, e.g. log-dhcp;quiet-dhcp
Enable this function; it will output the DHCP information to syslog.
Default
Null
OFF
When select DHCP Mode as Relay, the window will display as the following screenshot.
DHCP Server
Item
Description
Default
DHCP Server for Relay
Enter the DHCP Relay server IP address.
Null
Debug Enable
Enable this function; it will output the DHCP information to syslog.
OFF
Multiple IP
Click
Click
to edit the Multiple IP of the LAN interface. Click
to delete the Multiple IP of the LAN interface.
to add a multiple IP to the LAN interface.
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Multiple IP
Item
Interface
IP Address
Netmask
Description
Default
Select lan0 or lan1.
When eth0 used As WAN, lan1 is unavailable.
lan0
And lan1 available only if it was selected by eth0 or eth1 in
Ethernet > Port Setting section.
Set the multiple IP Address of the LAN interface.
Null
Set the multiple Netmask of the LAN interface.
Null
VLAN Trunk
Click
to add a VLAN. The maximum number of the VLAN is eight.
VLAN Trunk
Item
Enable
Interface
VID
IP Address, Netmask
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Description
Enable to make router can encapsulate and de-encapsulate the VLAN
tag.
Select lan0 or lan1.
When eth0 used As WAN, lan1 is unavailable.
And lan1 available only if it was selected by eth0 or eth1 in Ethernet >
Port Setting section.
Set the Tag ID of VLAN, values range from 1 to 4094.
Set the IP address, Netmask of VLAN interface
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Status
This section shows the Ethernet port status and connected devices.
Click every row, the details status information will be display under the row. Please refer to the screenshot below.
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3.8 Interface > Ethernet
This section allow user to set the parameter of the Ethernet port. One port should be assigned to lan0 a least.
Click
button, configure the port setting.
Ethernet
Item
Index
Description
Default
The index of Ethernet port, cannot edit.
1 or 2
eth0 or eth1
Port
/
One port should be assigned to lan0 a least.
Select lan0 or lan1.
Note: When eth0 used As WAN, lan1 is unavailable. Please go to System > Device
Port Assignment
lan0
Configuration to enable eth0 used as WAN.
And lan1 available only if it was selected by eth0 or eth1 in this field.
3.9 Interface > Cellular
This section allows users to set the Cellular WAN and the related parameters.
When it is the first time to insert single SIM card, SIM card 1 and SIM card 2 slots are available.
SIM
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Click”
” to edit the parameters.
When choose “Network Type” is “Auto”;
When choose “band select type” is “Specify”.
Cellular
Item
Index
SIM Card
Link Name
Phone Number
Extra AT Cmd
Network Type
Band Select Type
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Description
Show the index of the SIM.
Set the current SIM card.
Set the current Link Name.
Define the phone number of the SIM card.
AT commands used for cellular initialization.
Select from “Auto”, “2G Only”, “2G First”, “3G Only”, “3G First”, “4G
Only”, “4G First”.
Select from “All”, “Specify”. When select “Specify”, user can choose
certain bands.
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SIM1
WWAN1
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Status
This section allow user to check the cellular status information.
Status
Item
Modem Status
Current SIM
Total SIMs
Phone Number
IMSI
ICCID
Registration
Network Provider
Network Type
Signal Strength
Cell ID
Modem Model
IMEI
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Description
Show the status of the radio module.
Show the SIM card which the router works with currently: SIM1 or SIM2.
Show the number of SIM cards that is installed in the router.
Show the phone number of the current SIM.
Show the IMSI number of the current SIM.
Show the ICCID number of the current SIM.
Show the current network status.
Show the name of Network Provider.
Show the current network service type, e.g. GPRS.
Show the current signal strength.
Show the current cell ID, which can locate the router.
Show the model of the radio module.
Show the IMEI number of the radio module.
Show the current firmware version of the radio module.
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3.10 Interface > Wi-Fi (Optional)
R2000 router support both Wi-Fi AP and Wi-Fi client. The factory default setting of R2000 is as Wi-Fi AP.
This section allow user to configure the parameters of Wi-Fi AP.
Wi-Fi AP
Configure R2000 as a Wi-Fi AP
Go to System > Device Configuration, select the Wi-Fi mode as AP, click “Submit” and reboot the device to make the
setting effect.
When R2000 router was set as a Wi-Fi AP, we can find the Wi-Fi item in the Interface menu. Just like the screenshot
below.
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Access Point
Item
Enable
Mode
Channel
SSID
Broadcast SSID
Security Mode
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Description
Click to “ON” side, enable the Wi-Fi access point function.
Select from “11bgn Mixed”, “11b only”, “11g only” and “11n only”.
11bgn Mixed: Three protocols mixed in order to backward compatibility
11b only: IEEE 802.11b, 11Mbit/s-- 2.4GHz
11g only: IEEE 802.11g, 54Mbit/s--2.4GHz
11n only: IEEE 802.11n, 300Mbps~600Mbps
Select the frequency channel, which includes “Auto”, “1”, “2”…… “11”.
Auto: R2000 will scan all frequencies until it finds the best channel.
1~11: R2000 will be fixed to work with this channel.
Following are the frequency of 1~ 11 channel.
1 - 2412 MHz
2 - 2417 MHz
3 - 2422 MHz
4 - 2427 MHz
5 - 2432 MHz
6 - 2437 MHz
7 - 2442 MHz
8 - 2447 MHz
9 - 2452 MHz
10 - 2457 MHz
11 - 2462 MHz
12 - 2467 MHz
13 - 2472 MHz
SSID (service set identifier) is the network name of the Wi-Fi. The SSID of
a client and the SSID of the AP must be identical for the client and AP to
be able to communicate with each other.
Input from 1 to 31 characters.
Click “ON” to enable the SSID broadcasting. So that the client can scan
the SSID. If you disable this feature, none of client could scan the SSID. If
you want to connect to the router AP, you must need to enter the SSID of
router AP at Wi-Fi client side manually.
Select from “Disable”, “WPA” and “WEP”.
Disable: User can access the Wi-Fi without the password when disable
security.
WPA: Include WPA and WPA2. Personal versions of WPA (Wi-Fi Protected
Access), also known as WPA/WPA-PSK (Pre-Shared Key), provide a simple
way of encrypting a wireless connection for high confidentiality.
WEP: Wired Equivalent Privacy, provide encryption for wireless device’s
data transmission. It's not recommended to use WEP.
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Access Point
Item
WPA Version
Encryption
PSK Password
Group Key Update
Interval
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Description
Select from “Auto”, “WPA” and “WPA2”.
Auto: R2000 will choose the most suitable selection automatically.
WPA2 is a stronger security feature than WPA.
Select from “Auto”, “TKIP” and “AES”.
Auto: R2000 will choose the most suitable Encryption automatically.
TKIP: Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) encryption is used over the
wireless link. TKIP encryption can be used with WPA-PSK and WPA with
802.1x authentication. It's not recommended to use TKIP encryption in
802.11n mode.
AES: AES encryption is used over the wireless link. AES can be used
WPA-PSK and WPA with 802.1x authentication.
Note: AES is a stronger encryption algorithm than TKIP.
PSK password–Pre share key password. When R2000 works as AP mode,
enter Master key to generate keys for encryption. A PSK Password is used
as a basis for encryption methods (or cipher types) in a WLAN
connection. The PSK Password should be complicated and as long as
possible. For security reasons, this PSK Password should only be disclosed
to users who need it, and it should be changed regularly.
Input from 8 to 63 characters.
Default
Enter the time period of group key renewal.
3600
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Advanced
Item
Max Associated Stations
Beacon Interval
DTIM Interval
RTS Threshold
Fragmentation Threshold
Transmit Rate
11N Transmit Rate
Transmit Power
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Description
Set the max number of association station to access the router AP.
Set the frequency of the router AP broadcast Beacon, which was used for
wireless network synchronization.
DTIM (Delivery Traffic Indication Message), router AP will send the
multicast traffic according to this interval.
Set RTS (request to send) threshold to 2347, router AP will never sent the
signal before sending out data.
Set RTS threshold to 0, router AP will send the signal once it sending out
data.
Set the fragmentation threshold for Wi-Fi AP data packet.
Recommend remain at 2346.
Set the transmit rate, you can choose Auto or specify a Transmit Rate.
Set the data transmit rate under the IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi mode.
Select “Auto” or a specified transmit rate.
Select from “Max”, “High”, “Medium” and “Low”.
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Advanced
Item
Channel Width
Enable WMM
Enable Short GI
Enable AP Isolation
Debug Level
Description
Select from “20MHz”, “40MHz”.
40 MHz channel width provides twice the data rate available over a single
20 MHz channel.
Click “ON” to enable WMM.
Click “ON” to enable Short GI (Short Guard Interval), short GI is a blank
time between two symbols, it can provide a long buffer time to delay
signal. Using the Short Guard Interval would provide an 11% increase in
data rates, but also may result in higher packet error rates.
Isolate all connected wireless stations so that wireless stations cannot
access each other through WLAN.
Select from “verbose”, “debug”, “info”, “notice”, “warning”, “none”.
Default
Auto
ON
ON
OFF
none
ACL
Item
Enable ACL
ACL Mode
Access Control List
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Default
Click to enable ACL (Access Control List).
Disable
Select from “Accept” and “Deny”.
Accept: Only the packets fitting the entities of the “Access Control List”
can be allowed.
Deny: All the packets fitting the entities of the “Access Control List” will Accept
be denied.
Note: R2000 can only allow or deny devices which are included in
“Access Control List” at one time.
Click “
” to add MAC address.
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This section allow user to check the AP status and those Wi-Fi client had connected to R2000 AP.
3.11 Interface > WLAN (Optional)
R2000 router support both Wi-Fi AP and Wi-Fi client. The factory default setting of R2000 is as Wi-Fi AP.
This section allow user to configure the R2000 router as a Wi-Fi client and set the related parameters.
Wi-Fi Client
Configure R2000 as a Wi-Fi client
Go to System > Device Configuration, select the Wi-Fi mode as Client, click “Submit” and reboot the device to make
the setting effect.
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After R2000 was configured successfully as a Wi-Fi client, there will appear a WLAN tab in the Interface menu, just as
the screenshot below.
Configure the Wi-Fi AP please go to the Link Manager > WLAN tab, and the way of configuration refer to the 3.6
Interface > Link Manager section.
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User can scan the surrounding SSIDs in this section. Please click
, and then click “Scan” to scan the surrounding
SSIDs.
3.12 Network > Route
This section allows user to set the static route. (The maximum number of the static route is twenty.)
Static Route
Click “
” to add static routes, the maximum number of static routes is 20.
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Static Route
Item
Index
Destination
Netmask
Gateway
Interface
Description
Show the index of the static route.
Define the destination IP address.
Define the Netmask of the destination.
Define the gateway of the destination.
Select from “LAN”, “WAN”, “TUN”
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1
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Null
Null
LAN
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3.13 Network > Firewall
This section allows users to set the Firewall and the related parameters, which includes “Filter”, “Port Mapping” and
“DMZ”.
Filtering
Click “
” to add filtering rules. (The maximum number of the filtering rule is twenty.)
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Filtering
Item
Enable Filtering
Default Filtering Policy
Enable Remote SSH
Access
Enable Local SSH Access
Enable Remote Telnet
Access
Enable Local Telnet Access
Enable Remote Http
Access
Enable Local Http Access
Enable Remote Https
Access
Enable Remote Ping
Respond
Enable DOS Defending
Index
Source Address
Source MAC
Target Address
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Enable filtering rules.
Select from “Accept” and “Drop”.
Accept: Router will accept all the connecting requests except the hosts
which fit the filter list.
Drop: Router will only reject the connecting requests from the hosts which
fit the filter list.
Enable to allow users to access the router remotely on the internet side
via SSH.
Enable to allow users to access the router on the local Ethernet via SSH.
Enable to allow users to access the router remotely on the internet side
via Telnet.
Enable to allow users to access the router on the local Ethernet via Telnet.
Enable to allow users to access the router remotely on the internet side
via Http.
Enable to allow users to access the router on the local Ethernet via Http.
Enable to allow users to access the router remotely on the internet side
via Https.
Default
ON
Enable to make router reply the Ping requests from the internet side.
ON
Enable to defend dos attack. Dos attack is an attempt to make a machine
or network resource unavailable to its intended users.
Show the index of the filtering rule or the MAC binding rule.
Defines if access is allowed from one or a range of IP addresses which are
defined by Source IP Address, or every IP addresses.
Enter the MAC address of the defined source IP address.
Defines if access is allowed to one or a range of IP addresses which are
defined by Target IP Address, or every IP addresses.
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ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
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Item
Protocol
Action
Description
Default
Select from “All”, “TCP”, “UDP”, “ICMP”, “TCP-UDP”.
If you don’t know what kinds of protocol of your application, we All
recommend you select “ALL”.
Select from “Accept”, “Drop”.
Drop
Port Mapping
Click “
” to add port mapping rules. (The maximum number of the port mapping rule is forty.)
Port Mapping
Item
Index
Internet Port
Local IP
Local Port
Protocol
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Show the index of the port mapping rule.
The port of the internet side which you want to forward to LAN side.
The device’s IP on the LAN side which you want to forward the data to.
The device’s port on the LAN side which you want to forward the data to.
Select from “TCP”, “UDP” and “TCP-UDP”.
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DMZ
DMZ
Item
Enable DMZ
Host IP Address
Source IP Address
Description
Select to enable the DMZ function.
DMZ host is a host on the internal network that has all ports exposed,
except those ports otherwise forwarded.
Enter the IP address of the DMZ host which on the internal network.
Set the address which can talk to the DMZ host. Null means for any
addresses.
Default
OFF
Null
Null
3.14 VPN > IPSec
This section allows users to set the IPSec and the related parameters.
General
General
Item
Enable NAT Traversal
Keepalive
Debug Enable
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Tick to enable NAT Traversal for IPSec. This item must be enabled when
router under NAT environment.
The interval that router sends packets to NAT box so that to avoid it remove
the NAT mapping.
Enable this function, and it will output IPSec information to the debug port.
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Tunnel
Click “
” to add tunnel settings. (The maximum number of the tunnel is three.)
Tunnel Settings
Item
Index
Enable
Description
Gateway
Mode
Protocol
Local Subnet
Remote Subnet
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Show the index of the tunnel.
Enable IPSec Tunnel.
Enter some simple words about the IPSec Tunnel.
Enter the address of remote side IPSec VPN server.
Select from “Tunnel” and “Transport”.
Tunnel: Commonly used between gateways, or at an end-station to a
gateway, the gateway acting as a proxy for the hosts behind it.
Transport: Used between end-stations or between an end-station and a
gateway, if the gateway is being treated as a host-for example, an encrypted
Telnet session from a workstation to a router, in which the router is the
actual destination.
Select the security protocols from “ESP” and “AH”.
ESP: Uses the ESP protocol.
AH: Uses the AH protocol.
Enter IPSec Local Protected subnet’s address with mask, e.g. 192.168.1.0/24
Enter IPSec Remote Protected subnet’s address with mask, e.g. 10.8.0.0/24
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When choose “Authentication Type” to “PSK”.
When choose “Authentication Type” to “CA”.
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When choose “Authentication Type” to “xAuth PSK”.
When choose “Authentication Type” to “xAuth CA”.
IKE Settings
Item
Negotiation Mode
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Select from “Main” and “Aggressive” for the IKE negotiation mode in phase
1. If the IP address of one end of an IPSec tunnel is obtained dynamically,
Main
the IKE negotiation mode must be aggressive. In this case, SAs can be
established as long as the username and password are correct.
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IKE Settings
Item
Authentication
Algorithm
Encrypt Algorithm
IKE DH Group
Authentication Type
PSK Secret
Local ID Type
Remote ID Type
IKE Lifetime
Private Key Password
Username
Password
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Select from “MD5” and “SHA1”to be used in IKE negotiation.
MD5: Uses HMAC-SHA1.
SHA1: Uses HMAC-MD5.
Select from “3DES”, “AES128” and “AES256”to be used in IKE negotiation.
3DES: Uses the 3DES algorithm in CBC mode and 168-bit key.
AES128: Uses the AES algorithm in CBC mode and 128-bit key.
AES256: Uses the AES algorithm in CBC mode and 256-bit key.
Select from “MODP (1024)” and “MODP (1536)”to be used in key
negotiation phase 1.
MODP (1024): Uses the 1024-bit Diffie-Hellman group.
MODP (1536): Uses the 1536-bit Diffie-Hellman group.
Select from “PSK”, “CA”, “xAuth PSK” and “xAuth CA” to be used in IKE
negotiation.
PSK: Pre-shared Key.
CA: Certification Authority.
xAuth: Extended Authentication to AAA server.
Enter the pre-shared key.
Select from “IP Address”, “FQDN” and “User FQDN” for IKE negotiation.
“Default” stands for “IP Address”.
IP Address: Uses an IP address as the ID in IKE negotiation.
FQDN: Uses an FQDN type as the ID in IKE negotiation. If this option is
selected, type a name without any at sign (@) for the local security gateway,
e.g., test.robustel.com.
User FQDN: Uses a user FQDN type as the ID in IKE negotiation. If this option
is selected, type a name string with a sign “@” for the local security
gateway, e.g., test@robustel.com.
Select from “IP Address”, “FQDN” and “User FQDN” for IKE negotiation.
IP Address: Uses an IP address as the ID in IKE negotiation.
FQDN: Uses an FQDN type as the ID in IKE negotiation. If this option is
selected, type a name without any at sign (@) for the local security gateway,
e.g., test.robustel.com.
User FQDN: Uses a user FQDN type as the ID in IKE negotiation. If this option
is selected, type a name string with a sign “@” for the local security
gateway, e.g., test@robustel.com.
Set the lifetime in IKE negotiation.
Before an SA expires, IKE negotiates a new SA. As soon as the new SA is set
up, it takes effect immediately and the old one will be cleared automatically
when it expires.
Enter the private key.
User name used for xAuth.
Password used for xAuth.
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When choose the “Tunnel Setting > General Setting > Protocol” to “ESP”.
When choose the “Tunnel Setting > Protocol” to “AH”.
SA Settings
Item
Encrypt Algorithm
Authentication
Algorithm
PFS Group
SA Lifetime
DPD Interval
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Select from “3DES”, “AES128” and “AES256” when you select “ESP” in
“Protocol”;
Note: Higher security means more complex implementation and lower 3DES
speed. DES is enough to meet general requirements. Use 3DES when high
confidentiality and security are required.
Select from “MD5” and “SHA1”to be used in SA negotiation.
Select from “PFS (N/A)”, “MODP (1024)” and“MODP (1536)”.
PFS (N/A): Disable PFS Group
MODP (1024): Uses the 1024-bit Diffie-Hellman group.
MODP (1536): Uses the 1536-bit Diffie-Hellman group.
Set the IPSec SA lifetime.
Note: When negotiating to set up IPSec SAs, IKE uses the smaller one
between the lifetime set locally and the lifetime proposed by the peer.
Set the interval after which DPD is triggered if no IPSec protected packets is
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SA Settings
Item
DPD Failures
Enable Compression
Description
Default
received from the peer.
DPD: Dead peer detection. DPD irregularly detects dead IKE peers. When
the local end sends an IPSec packet, DPD checks the time the last IPSec
packet was received from the peer. If the time exceeds the DPD interval, it
sends a DPD hello to the peer. If the local end receives no DPD
acknowledgment within the DPD packet retransmission interval, it
retransmits the DPD hello. If the local end still receives no DPD
acknowledgment after having made the maximum number of
retransmission attempts, it considers the peer already dead, and clears the
IKE SA and the IPSec SAs based on the IKE SA.
Set the timeout of DPD packets.
180
Advanced Settings
Tick to enable compressing the inner headers of IP packets.
OFF
Status
This section allow user to check the status of the IPSec tunnel.
x509
User can upload the X509 certificate for the IPSec tunnel in this section.
x509
Item
Tunnel Name
Certificate Files
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Select the name of the tunnel.
Choose the correct file to import the certificate into the router.
The correct file format as followings:
@ca.crt
@remote.crt
@local.crt
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Item
Index
Filename
File Size
Last Modification
Description
@private.key
@crl.pem
Show the index of the certificate file.
Show the name of the certificate file.
Show the size of the certificate file.
Show the timestamp of that the last time to modify the certificate file.
Default
Null
Null
Null
Null
3.15 VPN > OpenVPN
This section allows users to set the OpenVPN and the related parameters.
OpenVPN
Click “
” to add tunnel settings. (The maximum number of the tunnel is three.)
When choose “Authentication Type” to “None”.
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Tunnel Settings
Item
Index
Enable
Description
Mode
Protocol
Server Address
Server Port
Interface Type
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Show the index of the tunnel.
Enable OpenVPN tunnel.
Enter some simple words about the OpenVPN Tunnel.
Select from “P2P”, “Client”.
Select from “UDP”, “TCP-Client”.
Enter the OpenVPN server address.
Enter the OpenVPN server port
Select from “TUN”, “TAP” which are two different kinds of device
interface for OpenVPN.
The difference between TUN and TAP device is this: a TUN device is a
virtual IP point-to-point device and a TAP device is a virtual Ethernet
device.
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Item
Authentication Type
Local IP
Remote IP
Username
Password
Encrypt Algorithm
Keepalive Interval
Keepalive Timeout
Private Key Password
Enable Compression
Enable NAT
Verbose Level
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Select from “None”, “Preshared”, “Password”, “X509CA” and “X509CA
Password”. “None” and “Preshared” type just work with p2p mode.
When the “Mode” is “P2P”.
Define the local IP address of OpenVPN tunnel.
When the “Mode” is “P2P”.
Define the remote IP address of OpenVPN tunnel.
User name used for Authentication Type “Password” or “X509CA
Password”.
Password used for Authentication Type “Password” or “X509CA
Password”.
Select from “BF”, “DES”, “DES-EDE3”, “AES128”, “AES192” and
“AES256”.
BF: Uses the BF algorithm in CBC mode and 128-bit key.
DES: Uses the DES algorithm in CBC mode and 64-bit key.
DES-EDE3: Uses the 3DES algorithm in CBC mode and 192-bit key.
AES128: Uses the AES algorithm in CBC mode and 128-bit key.
AES192: Uses the AES algorithm in CBC mode and 192-bit key.
AES256: Uses the AES algorithm in CBC mode and 256-bit key.
Set keepalive (ping) interval to check if the tunnel is active.
Trigger OpenVPN restart after n seconds pass without reception of a
ping or other packet from remote.
Password of Private Key for Authentication Type “X509CA”
Enable to compress the data stream.
Tick to enable NAT for OpenVPN. The source IP address of host behind
R2000 will be disguised before accessing the remote OpenVPN client.
Select the level of the output log. Values range from 0 to 11.
0 -- No output except fatal errors.
1 to 4 -- Normal usage range.
5 -- Output R and W characters to the console for each packet read
and write.
6 to 11 -- Debug info range
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Null
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Item
Enable HMAC Firewall
Enable PKCS#12
Enable nsCertType
Expert Options
Description
Add an additional layer of HMAC authentication on top of the TLS
control channel to protect against DoS attacks.
Enable the PKCS#12 certificate. It is an exchange of digital certificate
encryption standard, used to describe personal identity information.
Require that peer certificate was signed with an explicit nsCertType
designation of "server".
You can enter some other options of OpenVPN in this field. Each
expression can be separated by a ‘;’.
Default
OFF
OFF
OFF
Null
Status
x509
x509
Item
Tunnel Name
Certificate Files
Index
Filename
File Size
Last Modification
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Select the name of the Tunnel1 to Tunnel3. Because the maximum
number of the tunnel is three.
Choose the correct file to import the certificate into the router.
The correct file format as followings:
@ca.crt
@remote.crt
@local.crt
@private.key
@crl.pem
Show the index of the certificate file.
Show the name of the certificate file.
Show the size of the certificate file.
Show the timestamp of that the last time to modify the certificate file.
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3.15 VPN > GRE
This section allows users to set the OpenVPN and the related parameters.
Click “
” to add tunnel settings. (The maximum number of the tunnel is three.)
GRE
Item
Index
Description
Show the index of the tunnel.
Enable GRE tunnel. GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation) is a protocol that
Enable
encapsulates packets in order to route other protocols over IP networks.
Description
Enter some simple words about the GRE Tunnel.
Remote IP Address
Set remote IP Address of the virtual GRE tunnel.
Local Virtual IP
Set local IP Address of the virtual GRE tunnel.
Remote virtual IP
Set remote IP Address of the virtual GRE tunnel.
Enable Default Route All the traffics of R2000 router will go through the GRE VPN.
Tick to enable NAT for GRE. The source IP address of host Behind R2000 will be
Enable NAT
disguised before accessing the remote GRE server.
Secrets
Set Tunnel Key of GRE.
This section allow user to check the status of GRE tunnel.
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Null
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3.16 Services > Syslog
This section allows users to set the syslog parameters.
Syslog
Syslog Settings
Item
Enable
Syslog Level
Save Position
Log to Remote
Enable Modem Debug
Enable Link Manager
Debug
Enable APP Debug
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Click to enable Syslog setting.
Select form “Debug”, “Info”, “Notice”, “Warning”, “Error” which from low to
high. The lower level will output more syslog in detail.
Select the save position from “RAM”, “NVM” and “Console”. Choose “RAM”,
the data will be cleared after reboot. But it's not recommended that saving
syslog to NVM (Non-Volatile Memory) for a long time.
Enable to allow router sending syslog to the remote syslog server. You need to
enter the IP and Port of the syslog server.
Application Debug Control
Click to enable router to debug Modem.
Default
OFF
Notice
RAM
OFF
ON
Click to enable router to debug Link Manager.
ON
Click to enable router’s debug control for all other applications.
ON
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3.17 Services > Event
This section allows users to set the Event parameters.
Event @ Event
Item
Signal Quality
Threshold
Click “
Description
Default
Router will generate log event when signal quality less than the threshold, 0
0
means disable.
” button to add an Event parameters.
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Notification@ Event
Item
Index
Description
Sent SMS
Save to NVM
Event Selector
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The index of event notification group.
Enter some simple words to describe the Notify Group.
Click to enable router to send event notification SMS. Set the phone number
that is used for receiving event notification, and use ‘;’to separate each
number.
Click to enable router to save event to nonvolatile memory.
Click to enable Event feature.
There are numbers of R2000’s main running event code you can select, such as
“System Startup”, “System Reboot”, “System Time Update”, etc.
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Item
Save Position
Filter Message
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Default
Select the events’ save position from “RAM”, “NVM”.
RAM: Random-access memory.
RAM
NVM: Non-Volatile Memory.
Event will be filtered according to the Filter Message that the user set. Click the
Refresh button, the filtered event will be displayed in the follow box. Use “&” Null
to separate more than one filter message, such as message1&message2.
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3.18 Services > NTP
This section allows users to set the NTP parameters.
Timezone Settings @ NTP
Item
Description
Time Zone
Select your local time zone.
Default
UTC
+08:00
Specify the time zone with Daylight Saving Time in TZ environment variable
Null
format. The Time Zone option will be ignored in this case.
NTP Client Setting @ NTP
Click to enable the router to synchronize time from NTP server.
Enable
ON
Note: R2000 doesn’t have the RTC, so NTP client function must always be ON.
pool.nt
Primary NTP Server
Enter primary NTP Server’s IP address or domain name.
p.org
Secondary NTP Server Enter secondary NTP Server’s IP address or domain name.
Null
Enter the interval (minutes) which NTP client synchronize the time from NTP
NTP Update interval
0
server. Minutes wait for next update, 0 means update only once.
NTP Client Setting @ NTP
Enable
Click to enable the NTP server function of router.
OFF
Expert Setting
The status part of NTP allows user to check the current time of R2000 and also synchronize the router time with PC.
Click
button to make the router time synchronize with PC.
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3.19 Services > SMS
This section allows users to set the SMS parameters.
SMS
Item
Enable SMS Management
Authentication Type
Phone Number
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Description
Click to enable SMS Management function.
Select Authentication Type from “Password”, “Phonenum”, “Both”.
Password: use the same username and password as WEB manager for
authentication. For example, the format of the SMS should be “username:
password; cmd1; cmd2; …”
Note: Set the WEB manager password in System > User Management
section.
Phonenum: use the Phone number for authenticating, user should set the
Phone Number that is allowed for SMS management. The format of the
SMS should be “cmd1; cmd2; …”
Both: use both the “Password” and “Phonenum” for authentication. User
should set the Phone Number that is allowed for SMS management. The
format of the SMS should be “username: password; cmd1; cmd2; …”
Set the Phone Number that is allowed for SMS management, and use ‘; ‘to
separate each number.
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User can test the current SMS service whether it is available in this section.
SMS Testing
Item
Description
Enter the specified phone number which will receive the SMS from R2000
Phone Number
router.
Enter the message that R2000 router will sent it to the specified phone
Message
number.
Result
The result of the SMS test will display in the result box.
Note: For examples of SMS control, please go to 4.1.2 SMS Remote Control.
Default
Null
Null
Null
3.20 Services > DDNS
This section allows users to set the DDNS parameters.
The Dynamic DNS function allows you to alias a dynamic IP address to a static domain name, allows users whose ISP
does not assign them a static IP address to use a domain name. This is especially useful for hosting servers via your
connection, so that anyone wishing to connect to you may use your domain name, rather than having to use your
dynamic IP address, which changes from time to time. This dynamic IP address is the WAN IP address of the router,
which is assigned to you by your ISP.
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Item
Enable
Service Provider
Hostname
Username
Password
Description
Click to enable DDNS function.
Select the DDNS service from “DynDNS”, “NO-IP”, “3322”.
Note: the DDNS service only can be used after registered by
Corresponding service provider.
Enter the Host name of the DDNS server provided.
Enter the user name of the DDNS server provided.
Enter the password of the DDNS server provided.
Default
OFF
DynDNS
Null
Null
Null
Status
Item
Status
Last Update Time
Description
Show current status of DDNS service.
Show the time that DDNS updated successfully at last time.
Default
Null
Null
3.21 Services > VRRP
This section allows users to set the VRRP parameters.
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VRRP
Item
VRRP
Enable
Interface
Group ID
Priority
Interval
Virtual IP Address
Description
VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) is an Internet protocol that
provides a way to have one or more backup routers when using a statically
configured router on a local area network (LAN).Using VRRP, a virtual IP
address can be specified manually.
Click to enable VRRP protocol.
Select from “lan0” and “lan1”.
Specify which VRRP group of this router belong to.
Enter the priority value from 1 to 255. The larger value has higher priority.
The interval that master router sends VRRP packets to backup routers.
A virtual IP address is shared among the routers, with one designated as the
master router and the others as backups. In case the master fails, the virtual
IP address is mapped to a backup router's IP address. (This backup becomes
the master router)
Default
Null
OFF
lan0
1
120
5
192.168.0.1
3.22 Services > SSH
SSH
Item
Enable
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Enable the function that user can access R2000 router via SSH.
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Port
Disable Password Logins
Set the port of the SSH access.
Switch to “ON” and disable password logins, so that user cannot access
R2000 via SSH. In this situation, you should import the authorized key
into R2000 in Keys Management part for accessing R2000.
Switch to “OFF”, you can access R2000 via SSH normally.
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Keys Management
Item
Authorized Keys
Description
Effective when SSH > Disable Password Logins is “ON”.
Select a key file from PC, then click
button to import the key file in
R2000. So that you can access R2000 via SSH without password.
3.23 Services > Robustlink (optional APP)
Robustlink is a M2M management platform, which is developed independently by the Robustel Company. R2000 can
be managed by Robustlink. User can set the relative parameters in this section. This function is as an APP which
needs to install into R2000 in System > APP Center unit.
Robustlink
Item
Enable
Server address
Port
Password
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Switch to ON to enable the Robustlink.
Enter IP address or domain name of RobustLink.
Enter port number of RobustLink.
Enter the password preset in RobustLink.
Valid characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, @, ., -, #, $, *.
Note: The passwords set in R2000 and RobustLink need to be the same.
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R2000 support report the Event which has happened to Robustlink platform. In this section, user can select the
events those will be reported to Robustlink.
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Event Report
Item
Events
Description
Switch “ON” to enable the event.
3.24 Services > Web Server
This section allows users to modify the parameters of Web Server.
Basic @ Web Server
Item
HTTP Port
HTTPS Port
Login Timeout (s)
Description
Enter the HTTP port number you want to change in R2000’s Web Server.
On a Web server, port 80 is the port that the server "listens to" or expects to
receive from a Web client. If you configure the router with other HTTP Port
number except 80, only adding that port number then you can login R3000’s Web
Server.
Enter the HTTPS port number you want to change in R2000’s Web Server.
On a Web server, port 443 is the port that the server "listens to" or expects to
receive from a Web client. If you configure the router with other HTTPS Port
number except 443, only adding that port number then you can login R2000’s
Web Server.
Note: HTTPS is more secure than HTTP. In many cases, clients may be exchanging
confidential information with a server, which needs to be secured in order to
prevent unauthorized access. For this reason, HTTP was developed by Netscape
corporation to allow authorization and secured transactions.
Enter the Login timeout you want to change in R3000’s Web Server. After “Login
Timeout”, R3000 will force to log out the Web GUI and then you need to re-login
again to Web GUI.
Default
80
443
1800
This section allows users to import the certificate file into the route.
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Certificate Management
Item
Import Type
HTTPS Certificate
Description
Default
Select from “CA” and “Private Key”.
CA: a digital certificate issued by CA center.
CA
Private Key: a private key file.
Click “Browse” to select the certificate file in your computer, and then click
“Import” to import this file into your router.
3.25 Services > SNMP (optional APP)
This function is as an APP which needs to install into R2000 in System > APP Center unit. We can download the MIB
file directly from web interface. And then we can manage the R2000 router via SNMP tool with the MIB file.
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SNMP Agent @ SNMP
Item
Enable SNMP Agent
Port
Description
Switch “ON” to enable SNMP Agent.
UDP port for sending and receiving SNMP requests.
Version
Select from “SNMPv1”, “SNMPv2” and “SNMPv3”.
Location Info
Enter the router’s location info which will send to NMS (Network Management
System).
Enter the router’s contact info which will send to NMS
Enter the router’s system name which will send to NMS.
Contact Info
System name
Readonly Community
Enter the community name which was allowed only to get the status of router.
Name
Readwrite Community Enter the community name which was allowed to get the status and set the
Name
configuration of router.
Select from “MD5” or “SHA”. The authentication password default to be the
Authentication
login password of router. The Factory Default login password of router is
Algorithm
“admin”. We can change the password in System > User Management section.
The authentication password must be the same as privacy password on NMS.
Select from “DES” or “AES”. The privacy password default to be the login
password of router. The Factory Default login password of router is “admin”.
Privacy Algorithm
We can change the password in System > User Management section. The
privacy password must be the same as authentication password on NMS.
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SNMP Trap
Item
Enable SNMP Trap
Version
Receiver Address
Receiver Port
Username
Authentication
Algorithm
Authentication
Password
Privacy Algorithm
Privacy password
Description
Switch “ON” to enable SNMP Trap feature.
Select from “SNMPv1”, “SNMPv2” and “SNMPv3”.
Enter NMS (Network Management System) IP address.
Enter NMS port number
SNMPv3 Authentication
Set the username for NMS to receive the SNMP trap.
Default
Disable
SNMPv2
Null
0
Select from “MD5” or “SHA”.
MD5
Set the authentication password for NMS to receive the SNMP trap.
null
null
Select from “DES” or “AES”.
DES
Set the privacy password for NMS to receive the SNMP trap.
null
Event Selection
Switch “ON” to enable the event. When the enabled event occurs, router will sent the related SNMP trap to NMS.
MIBS
Item
Generate
Download
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Click to generate the SNMP MIB file.
Click to download the SNMP MIB file which is used to manage the R2000 router via
SNMP tool.
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3.26 Services > Advanced
This section allows users to set the Advanced and parameters.
System @ Advanced
Item
Device Name
User LED Type
Description
Set the device name to distinguish different devices you have installed.
Valid characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, ., -.
Select from “None”, “SIM”, “NET”, “OpenVPN” and “IPSec”.
Default
router
SIM
Reboot
Item
Periodic Reboot
Daily Reboot Time
Description
Set the reboot period of the router, 0 means disable.
Set the daily reboot time of the router, you should follow the format as HH:
MM, in 24h time frame, otherwise the data will be invalid. Leave it empty
means disable.
Default
0
Null
AT over Telnet @ Advanced
Item
Enable
Port
AT Cmd COM Port
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Click to enable AT over Telnet function.
Enter a specific port number to allow user sent AT command to this router
over telnet.
Select a COM port used for identifying the AT command.
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3.27 System > Debug
This section allow user to check and download the syslog details.
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Syslog Details @ Syslog
Item
Log Level
Filtering
Refresh
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Select form “Debug”, “Info”, “Notice”, “Warn”, “Error” which from low to
high. The lower level will output more syslog in detail.
Log will be filtered according to the Filter Message that the user set. Click the
Refresh button, the filtered log will be displayed in the follow box. Use “&” to
separate more than one filter message, such as “keyword1&keyword2”.
Select from “Manual Refresh”, “5 Seconds”, “10 Seconds”, “20
Seconds”and“30 Seconds”. User can select these intervals to refresh the log
information displayed in the follow box. Select “manual refresh”, user should
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Syslog Files List
Generate
Download
click the refresh button to refresh the syslog.
Syslog Files List @ Syslog
It can show at most 5 syslog files in the list, the files’ name range from
message0 to message 4. And the newest syslog file will be placed on the top
of the list.
System Diagnosing Data @ Syslog
Click to generate the syslog diagnosing file.
Click to download system diagnosing file.
/
/
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3.28 System > Update
Update
Item
System Update
Description
Click “Browse” button to select the correct firmware in your PC, and then click
“Update” button to update. After updating successfully, you need to click
“save and apply”, and then reboot the router to take effect.
Default
Null
3.29 System > APP Center
This section allow user to add a new function to R2000 router. And the new function will be in the form of an APP file
which could be installed in R2000 router. In general, the App which had installed will display in Service section.
App Center
Item
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Choose the correct App file from your PC, and click
File
Install Apps
Index
Name
Version
Status
Description
button to import to
R2000 router.
File format: xxx.rpk, e.g. R2000-robustlink-1.0.0.rpk.
Those Apps which had installed in R2000 will be listed in Installed Apps.
Show the index of the App.
Show the name of the App.
Show the version of the App.
Show the Status of the App.
Show the description of the App.
/
Null
Null
Null
Null
Null
Null
3.30 System > Tools
This section provides users three tools: Ping, Traceroute and Sniffer.
Ping @ Tools
Item
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IP address
Number of requests
Timeout
Local IP
Start
Stop
Enter the ping destination IP address or domain name.
Specify the number of ping requests.
Specify timeout of ping request.
Specify the local IP from cellular WAN, Ethernet WAN or Ethernet LAN. Null
stands for selecting local IP address from these three automatically.
Click this button to start ping request, and the log will be displayed in the
follow box.
Click this button to stop ping request.
Null
5
1
Null
Null
At Debug @ Tools
Item
Description
Command
Enter a At command in Command box, then click
Result
command to the cellular module.
It will display the AT commands which respond from the cellular module in this box.
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Traceroute @ Tools
Item
Trace Address
Trace Hops
Trace Timeout
Start
Stop
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Enter the trace destination IP address or domain name.
Specify the max trace hops. Router will stop tracing if the trace hops has met
max value no matter the destination has been reached or not.
Specify timeout of Traceroute request.
Click this button to start Traceroute request, and the log will be displayed in
the follow box.
Click this button to stop Traceroute request
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Sniffer @ Tools
Item
Interface
Host
Packets Request
Protocol
Port
Status
Capture Files
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Select form “All”, “ETH1”, and “ETH2”:
All: contain all the interface;
ETH1: Ethernet interface1;
ETH2: Cellular WAN.
Filter the packet that contain the specify IP address.
Set the packet number that the router can sniffer at a time.
Select from “All”, “IP”, “TCP”, “UDP” and “ARP”.
Set the port number for TCP or UDP that is used in sniffer.
Show the current status of sniffer.
Default
Click this button to start the sniffer.
/
All
Null
1000
All
Null
Null
Click this button to stop the sniffer. Once click the stop button, a new log file
/
will be displayed in the follow List.
Every times of sniffer log will be saved automatically as a new file. You can find
the file from this Sniffer Traffic Data List and click
to download the log, Null
click
to delete the log file. It can cache a maximum of 5 files.
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3.31 System > Profile
This section allows users to import or export the configuration file, and restore the router to factory default setting.
Import Configuration File @ Profile
Define what to do about the configs that is not contained in the imported file.
There are two Import Types:
Keep Other Configs: Keep other configuration unchanged when import XML
Import Type
configuration file.
Set Others To Default: Set other configuration to factory default when import
XML configuration file.
XML
Configuration Click “Browse” to select the XML file in your computer, and then click
File
“Import” to import this file into your router.
Export Configuration File @ Profile
There are four export Types :
Essential: export the configuration file that only include enabled features.
Essential && Detailed: export the configuration file that only include enabled
features, and attach extra information such as range and default setting of
Export Type
those enable config option.
Full: export the configuration file of all features; include both the enabled
and disabled features.
Full && Detailed: export the configuration file of all features, and attach extra
information such as range and default setting of every config option.
Click “Export” and the configuration will be showed in the new popup
Export
browser window, then you can save it as a XML file.
Factory Configuration @ Profile
Restore
Click the “Restore” button to restore the router to factory default setting.
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3.32 System > Device Configuration
Enable or disable the WAN interface.
Advanced Device Settings
Item
Description
Switch button to ON to configure eth0 as WAN interface.
eth0 Used As
Switch button to OFF, it will disable the WAN interface, eth0 will recovery to be LAN
WAN
interface.
Select from “Client” and “AP”.
Wi-Fi AP: When enable the Wi-Fi AP mode, R2000 could be accessed by the specified
Wi-Fi Mode
Clients. Please go to Interface > Wi-Fi to configure the parameter of Wi-Fi AP.
Wi-Fi Client: When enable the Wi-Fi Client mode, R2000 can access the specified
Wi-Fi AP. Please go to Interface > WLAN to configure the parameter of Wi-Fi Client.
Wi-Fi Region
Specify a two-letter country code which defined in ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 standard.
Default
OFF
Client
US
3.33 System > User Management
This section allows users to modify or add management user accounts.
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Super User
Item
Super User
Old Password
New Password
Confirm Password
Click the “
Description
One router has only one super user account. Under this account, user has the
highest authority include modify, add and manage those user accounts.
The old password of super user which default is “admin”, valid characters: a-z,
A-Z, 0-9, @, ., -, #, $, *.
Enter a new password for the super user, valid characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, @, ., -,
#, $, *.
Enter the new password again which had added in New Password item.
Default
/
Null
Null
Null
” button to add a new common user.
Note: One router has 5 common user accounts at most.
Common User
Item
Role
Username
Password
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Select from “Visitor” and “Editor”.
Visitor: Users only can view the configuration of router under this level;
Visitor
Editor: Users can view and set the configuration of router under this level.
Set the Username. Valid characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, ., -.
Null
Set the password which at least contains 5 characters. Valid characters: a-z,
Null
A-Z, 0-9, @, ., -, #, $, *.
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Chapter 4 Configuration Examples
4.1 Cellular
4.1.1 Cellular Dial-Up
This section shows users how to configure the primary and backup SIM card of Cellular Dial-up.
Interface- > Link Manager > General Setting
Select WWAN1 as Primary Link.
Click
to set the WWAN1’s parameter according to the current ISP.
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The modifications will take effect after click “Submit” and “save and apply” button.
Interface- > Cellular
Click
to set the SIM card’s parameter according to the application requirement.
The modifications will take effect after click “Submit” and “save and apply” button.
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4.1.2 SMS Remote Control
R2000 supports remote control via SMS. User can use following commands to get the status of R2000, and set all the
parameters of R2000.
There are three authentication types for SMS control. You can select from “Password”, “Phonenum” and “Both”.
An SMS command has following structure:
1. Password mode—Username: Password;cmd1;cmd2;cmd3; …cmdn (available every phone number).
2. Phonenum mode--cmd1; cmd2; cmd3; … cmdn (available when the SMS was sent from the phone number
which had been added in R2000’s phone group).
3. Both mode-- Username: Password;cmd1;cmd2;cmd3; …cmdn (available when the SMS was sent from the phone
number which had been added in R2000’s phone group).
SMS command Explanation:
1. User name and Password: it uses the same username and password as WEB manager for authentication.
2. cmd1, cmd2, cmd3 to Cmdn, the command format is the same as the CLI command, more details about CLI cmd
please refer to chapter 5 Introductions for CLI.
Note: Download the configure XML file from the configured web browser. The format of SMS control command
can refer to the data of the XML file.
Go to System > Profile > Export Configuration File, select Export type as Full, click
the XML file and then click
to generate
to export the XML file.
XML command:
<lan>
<network max_entry_num="2">
<id>1</id>
<interface>lan0</interface>
<ip>172.16.99.11</ip>
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<netmask>255.255.0.0</netmask>
<mtu>1500</mtu>
3.
4.
SMS cmd:
set lan network 1 interface lan0
set lan network 1 ip 172.16.99.11
set lan network 1 netmask 255.255.0.0
set lan network 1 mtu 1500
The semicolon character (‘;’) is used to separate more than one commands packed in a single SMS.
E.g.
admin:admin;status system
In this command, username is admin, password is admin, and the function of the command is getting the
system status.
SMS received:
hardware_version = 1.0
firmware_version = "1.2.2 (Rev 399)"
kernel_version = 3.10.49
device_model = R2000
serial_number = 15090140040008
uptime = "0 days, 00:04:07"
system_time = "Tue Dec 22 15:02:36 2015"
admin:admin;reboot
In this command, username is admin, password is admin, and the command is reboot R2000.
SMS received:
OK
admin:admin;set firewall remote_ssh_access false;set firewall remote_telnet_access false
In this command, username is admin, password is admin, and the function of the command is disabling the
remote_ssh and remote_telnet access.
SMS received:
OK
OK
admin:admin; set lan network 1 interface lan0;set lan network 1 ip 172.16.99.11;set lan network 1 netmask
255.255.0.0;set lan network 1 mtu 1500
In this command, username is admin, password is admin, and the function of those commands is configuring
the LAN parameter.
SMS received:
OK
OK
OK
OK
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4.2 Network
4.2.1 IPSEC VPN
Note: the configuration of server and client is as follows.
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IPSecVPN_SERVER:
Cisco 2811:
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IPSecVPN_CLIENT:
VPN-- > IPSec-- > Tunnel
Then click “
”.
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The modification will take effect after “Submit- > Save&Apply- > Reboot”.
The comparison between server and client is as following picture:
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4.2.2 OPENVPN
Note: the configuration of two points is as follows.
OPENVPN (p2p):
Point 1
VPN-- > OpenVPN-- > OpenVPN
Click “
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The modifications will take effect after click “Submit- > Save&Apply”.
Point 2
VPN-- > OpenVPN-- > OpenVPN
Click “
”.
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The modifications will take effect after click “Submit- > Save&Apply”.
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The comparison between point 1 and point 2 is as following picture:
4.2.3 GRE VPN
VPN-- > GRE-- > GRE
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Click “
”.
GRE-1:
The modifications will take effect after click “Submit- > Save&Apply”.
GRE-2:
The modifications will take effect after click “Submit- > Save&Apply”.
The comparison between point 1 and point 2 is as following picture:
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Chapter 5 Introductions for CLI
5.1 What’s CLI
The R2000 command-line interface (CLI) is a software interface providing another way to set the
parameters of equipment from the SSH or through a telnet network connection.
Route login:
Router login: admin
Password: admin
#
CLI commands:
# ? (Note: the ‘?’ won’t display on the page.)
!
Comments
add
Add a list entry of configuration
clear
Clear statistics
config
Configuration operation
debug
Output debug information to the console
del
Delete a list entry of configuration
exit
Exit from the CLI
help
Display an overview of the CLI syntax
ping
Send messages to network hosts
reboot
Halt and perform a cold restart
route
Static route modify dynamically, this setting will not be saved
set
Set system configuration
show
Show system configuration
status
Show running system information
tftpupdate
Update firmware using tftp
traceroute
Print the route packets trace to network host
urlupdate
Update firmware using http or ftp
ver
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5.2 How to Configure the CLI
Following is a list about the description of help and the error should be encountered in the configuring program.
Commands /tips
Description
?
Ctrl+c
Typing a question mark “?” will show you the help information.
Press these two keys at the same time, except its “copy” function but also
can be used for “break” out of the setting program.
Syntax error: The command is not
Command is not completed.
completed
It can help you finish you command.
Example:
# config (tick Enter key)
Tick space key+ Tab key
Syntax error: The command is not completed
# config (tick space key+ Tab key)
commit
save_and_apply loaddefault
# config save_and_apply /
When you finish your setting, you should enter those commands to make
#config commit
your setting take effect on the device.
Note: commit and save_and_apply plays the same role.
5.2.1 QuickStart with Configuration Examples
The best and quickest way to master CLI is firstly to view all features from the webpage and then reading all CLI
commands at a time, finally learn to configure it with some reference examples.
Example 1: Show current version
# status system
hardware_version = 1.0
firmware_version = "1.2.2 (Rev 399)"
kernel_version = 3.10.49
device_model = R2000
serial_number = 15090140040008
uptime = "0 days, 00:04:07"
system_time = "Tue Dec 22 15:02:36 2015"
Example 2: Update firmware via tftp
# tftpupdate (space+?)
firmware New firmware
# tftpupdate firmware (space+?)
String Firmware name
# tftpupdate firmware R2000-firmware-sysupgrade-unknown.bin host 192.168.100.99 //enter a new firmware name
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Downloading
R2000-firmware-s 100% |*******************************| 5018k 0:00:00 ETA
Flashing
Checking 100%
Decrypting 100%
Flashing 100%
Verifying 100%
Verfify Success
upgrade success
//update success
# config save_and_apply
OK
// save and apply current configuration, make you configuration effect
Example 3: Set link-manager
# set
# set
at_over_telnet
AT Over Telnet
cellular
Cellular
ddns
Dynamic DNS
ethernet
Ethernet
event
Event Management
firewall
Firewall
gre
GRE
ipsec
IPSec
lan
Local Area Network
link_manager
Link Manager
ntp
NTP
openvpn
OpenVPN
reboot
Automatic Reboot
robustlink
Robustlink
route
Route
sms
SMS
snmp
SNMP agent
ssh
SSH
syslog
Syslog
system
System
user_management User Management
vrrp
VRRP
web_server
Web Server
# set link_manager
primary_link
Primary Link
backup_link
Backup Link
backup_mode
Backup Mode
emergency_reboot Emergency Reboot
link
Link Settings
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# set link_manager primary_link (space+?)
Enum Primary Link (wwan1/wwan2/wan/Wi-Fi)
# set link_manager primary_link wwan1
//select “wwan1” as primary_link
OK
//setting succeed
# set link_manager link 1
type
Type
desc
Description
connection_type Connection Type
wwan
WWAN Settings
static_addr
Static Address Settings
pppoe
PPPoE Settings
ping
Ping Settings
mtu
MTU
dns1_overrided Overrided Primary DNS
dns2_overrided Overrided Secondary DNS
# set link_manager link 1 type wwan1
OK
# set link_manager link 1 wwan
auto_apn
Automatic APN Selection
apn
APN
username
Username
password
Password
dialup_number
Dialup Number
auth_type
Authentication Type
aggressive_reset
Aggressive Reset
switch_by_data_allowance Switch SIM By Data Allowance
data_allowance
Data Allowance
billing_day
Billing Day
# set link_manager link 1 wwan switch_by_data_allowance true
OK
#
# set link_manager link 1 wwan data_allowance 100
//open cellular switch_by_data_traffic
OK
//setting succeed
# set link_manager link 1 wwan billing_day 1
//setting specifies the day of month for billing
OK
// setting succeed
…
# config save_and_apply
OK
// save and apply current configuration, make you configuration effect
Example 4: Set LAN IP address
# show lan all
network {
id = 1
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interface = lan0
ip = 192.168.0.1
netmask = 255.255.255.0
mtu = 1500
dhcp {
enable = true
mode = server
relay_server = ""
pool_start = 192.168.0.2
pool_end = 192.168.0.100
netmask = 255.255.255.0
gateway = ""
primary_dns = ""
secondary_dns = ""
wins_server = ""
lease_time = 120
expert_options = ""
debug_enable = false
}
}
multi_ip {
id = 1
interface = lan0
ip = 172.16.99.11
netmask = 255.255.0.0
}
#
# set lan
network Network Settings
multi_ip Multiple IP Address Settings
vlan
VLAN
# set lan network 1(space+?)
interface Interface
ip
IP Address
netmask
Netmask
mtu
MTU
dhcp
DHCP Settings
# set lan network 1 interface lan0
OK
# set lan network 1 ip 172.16.99.22
OK
# set lan network 1 netmask 255.255.0.0
OK
#
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//setting succeed
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…
# config save_and_apply
OK
// save and apply current configuration, make you configuration effect
Example 5: CLI for setting Cellular
# show cellular all
sim {
id = 1
card = sim1
phone_number = ""
extra_at_cmd = ""
network_type = auto
band_select_type = all
band_gsm_850 = false
band_gsm_900 = false
band_gsm_1800 = false
band_gsm_1900 = false
band_wcdma_850 = false
band_wcdma_900 = false
band_wcdma_1900 = false
band_wcdma_2100 = false
band_lte_800 = false
band_lte_850 = false
band_lte_900 = false
band_lte_1800 = false
band_lte_1900 = false
band_lte_2100 = false
band_lte_2600 = false
band_lte_1700 = false
band_lte_700 = false
band_tdd_lte_2600 = false
band_tdd_lte_1900 = false
band_tdd_lte_2300 = false
band_tdd_lte_2500 = false
}
sim {
id = 2
card = sim2
phone_number = ""
extra_at_cmd = ""
network_type = auto
band_select_type = all
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band_gsm_850 = false
band_gsm_900 = false
band_gsm_1800 = false
band_gsm_1900 = false
band_wcdma_850 = false
band_wcdma_900 = false
band_wcdma_1900 = false
band_wcdma_2100 = false
band_lte_800 = false
band_lte_850 = false
band_lte_900 = false
band_lte_1800 = false
band_lte_1900 = false
band_lte_2100 = false
band_lte_2600 = false
band_lte_1700 = false
band_lte_700 = false
band_tdd_lte_2600 = false
band_tdd_lte_1900 = false
band_tdd_lte_2300 = false
band_tdd_lte_2500 = false
}
# set(space+?)
at_over_telnet cellular
event
firewall
ntp
openvpn
sms
snmp
vrrp
# set cellular(space+?)
sim SIM Settings
# set cellular sim(space+?)
Integer Index (1..2)
ddns
ipsec
reboot
syslog
dhcp
lan
route
system
dns
link_manager
serial_port
user_management
# set cellular sim 1(space+?)
card
SIM Card
phone_number
Phone Number
extra_at_cmd
Extra AT Cmd
network_type
Network Type
band_select_type Band Select Type
band_gsm_850
GSM 850
band_gsm_900
GSM 900
band_gsm_1800
GSM 1800
band_gsm_1900
GSM 1900
band_wcdma_850
WCDMA 850
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band_wcdma_900
WCDMA 900
band_wcdma_1900
WCDMA 1900
band_wcdma_2100
WCDMA 2100
band_lte_800
LTE 800 (band 20)
band_lte_850
LTE 850 (band 5)
band_lte_900
LTE 900 (band 8)
band_lte_1800
LTE 1800 (band 3)
band_lte_1900
LTE 1900 (band 2)
band_lte_2100
LTE 2100 (band 1)
band_lte_2600
LTE 2600 (band 7)
band_lte_1700
LTE 1700 (band 4)
band_lte_700
LTE 700 (band 17)
band_tdd_lte_2600 TDD LTE 2600 (band 38)
band_tdd_lte_1900 TDD LTE 1900 (band 39)
band_tdd_lte_2300 TDD LTE 2300 (band 40)
band_tdd_lte_2500 TDD LTE 2500 (band 41)
# set cellular sim 1 phone_number 18620435279
OK
…
# config save_and_apply
OK
// save and apply current configuration, make you configuration effect
5.3 Commands Reference
commands
syntax
Debug
Debug parameters
description
Turn on or turn off debug function
Show current configuration of each function , if we need to see
Show
Show parameters
all please using “show running ”
Set
All the function parameters are set by commands set and add,
Set parameters
the difference is that set is for the single parameter and add is
Add parameters
Add
for the list parameter
Note: Download the config.XML file from the configured web browser. The command format can refer to the
config.XML file format.
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Glossary
Abbreviations
Description
AC
Alternating Current
APN
Access Point Name of GPRS Service Provider Network
ASCII
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
CE
Conformité Européene (European Conformity)
CHAP
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
CLI
Command Line Interface for batch scripting
CSD
Circuit Switched Data
CTS
Clear to Send
dB
Decibel
dBi
Decibel Relative to an Isotropic radiator
DC
Direct Current
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
DCE
Data Communication Equipment (typically modems)
DCS 1800
Digital Cellular System, also referred to as PCN
DI
Digital Input
DO
Digital Output
DSR
Data Set Ready
DTE
Data Terminal Equipment
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi-frequency
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
EDGE
Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution of GSM and IS-136
EMC
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMI
Electro-Magnetic Interference
ESD
Electrostatic Discharges
ETSI
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
EVDO
Evolution-Data Optimized
FDD LTE
Frequency Division Duplexing Long Term Evolution
GND
Ground
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service
GRE
generic route encapsulation
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications
HSPA
High Speed Packet Access
ID
identification data
IMEI
International Mobile Equipment Identification
IP
Internet Protocol
IPSec
Internet Protocol Security
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Abbreviations
kbps
Description
kbits per second
L2TP
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
LAN
local area network
LED
Light Emitting Diode
M2M
Machine to Machine
MAX
Maximum
Min
Minimum
MO
Mobile Originated
MS
Mobile Station
MT
Mobile Terminated
OpenVPN
Open Virtual Private Network
PAP
Password Authentication Protocol
PC
Personal Computer
PCN
Personal Communications Network, also referred to as DCS 1800
PCS
Personal Communication System, also referred to as GSM 1900
PDU
Protocol Data Unit
PIN
Personal Identity Number
PLCs
Program Logic Control System
PPP
Point-to-point Protocol
PPTP
Point to Point Tunneling Protocol
PSU
Power Supply Unit
PUK
Personal Unblocking Key
R&TTE
Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment
RF
Radio Frequency
RTC
Real Time Clock
RTS
Request to Send
RTU
Remote Terminal Unit
Rx
Receive Direction
SDK
Software Development Kit
SIM
subscriber identification module
SMA antenna
Stubby antenna or Magnet antenna
SMS
Short Message Service
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
TE
Terminal Equipment, also referred to as DTE
Tx
Transmit Direction
UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver-transmitter
UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
USB
Universal Serial Bus
USSD
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
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Abbreviations
VDC
Description
Volts Direct current
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
VPN
Virtual Private Network
VSWR
Voltage Stationary Wave Ratio
WAN
Wide Area Network
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