Motorola CPEI 890 User manual

CPEi 885/890
Series
User Manual
Contents
Chapter 1: CPEi 885/890 User Guide
Overview .......................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Powerful Features in a Single Unit .................................................................................................. 1-2
Front of the CPE .............................................................................................................................. 1-2
Back of the CPE ............................................................................................................................... 1-3
Operating Information ..................................................................................................................... 1-3
Chapter 2: Installation
Overview .......................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Before you Begin.............................................................................................................................. 2-1
Easy Setup ....................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Advanced Setup ............................................................................................................................... 2-2
Procedure to Log into the CPE ........................................................................................................ 2-2
Setup Wizard and Authentication .................................................................................................... 2-3
Restart Button.................................................................................................................................. 2-5
Chapter 3: Basic Configuration
Personalize Menu............................................................................................................................. 3-1
Password Tab ................................................................................................................................... 3-2
Device Time Tab .............................................................................................................................. 3-2
Device Name Tab ............................................................................................................................. 3-2
Restore Factory Settings Tab........................................................................................................... 3-3
Internet Menu .................................................................................................................................. 3-3
WiMAX Security Tab ........................................................................................................................ 3-4
Internet Protocol Tab ....................................................................................................................... 3-4
Firewall Tab ..................................................................................................................................... 3-4
Dynamic DNS Tab ............................................................................................................................ 3-5
Status Menu..................................................................................................................................... 3-5
Network Tab .................................................................................................................................... 3-6
Telephony Tab.................................................................................................................................. 3-6
Telephony Menu .............................................................................................................................. 3-6
Account Tab ..................................................................................................................................... 3-7
Ring Tone Tab .................................................................................................................................. 3-8
Caller ID Tab.................................................................................................................................... 3-8
Call Forwarding Tab ........................................................................................................................ 3-9
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Voice Mail Tab ............................................................................................................................... 3-10
Special Number Tab ...................................................................................................................... 3-10
Wi-Fi............................................................................................................................................... 3-11
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) ......................................................................................................... 3-15
Chapter 4: Advanced Configuration
Port Forwarding Menu..................................................................................................................... 4-1
Forwarding Tab ............................................................................................................................... 4-2
Local Address Menu......................................................................................................................... 4-2
DHCP Server Tab............................................................................................................................. 4-3
Lease Status Tab.............................................................................................................................. 4-4
Lease Reservation Tab ..................................................................................................................... 4-4
Control Panel ................................................................................................................................... 4-5
Software Tab.................................................................................................................................... 4-6
Certificate Tab ................................................................................................................................. 4-6
System Tab ...................................................................................................................................... 4-6
About Tab......................................................................................................................................... 4-6
Wi-Fi Advanced ................................................................................................................................ 4-6
Chapter 5: Configuring TCP/IP
Configuring TCP/IP in Windows XP ................................................................................................. 5-1
Configuring TCP/IP in Windows Vista.............................................................................................. 5-5
Chapter6: Troubleshooting
Power ............................................................................................................................................... 6-1
A Computer Cannot Log On to the CPE ........................................................................................... 6-1
Cannot Connect to the Internet ....................................................................................................... 6-1
Additional Troubleshooting Help ..................................................................................................... 6-1
Chapter 7: Important Safety and Legal Information .......................................7-1
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Chapter 1: CPEi 885/890 User Guide
Overview
Thank you for purchasing the Nokia Siemens Networks CPE Indoor CPEi 885/890 desktop device.
The Desktop CPEi 885/890 allows you to connect to the wireless world easily and seamlessly
without complicated installation and setup procedures. In addition, it offers you the ability to make
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls.
The Desktop CPE indoor CPEi 885/890 device provides the user:

Convenience - with easy plug and play functionality. Compact design.

Control - remote management capability allows easy detection and authentication when the unit
is set up.

VoIP - two RJ11 ports allow for Voice over IP calls using your CPEi 885/890.

Wi-Fi - wireless LAN
The features and the physical appearance of your Desktop CPEi 885/890 device may differ slightly
from the illustration.
Figure 1-1: CPEi 885/890
For the most recent documentation, visit the Product Documentation page on
www.nokiasiemensnetworks.com/devices.
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Powerful Features in a Single Unit
The CPE device provides the following features:

WiMAX Authentication

WAN DHCP Client

LAN DHCP Server

Home Gateway Functions

Firewall Protection

Port Forwarding

Wi-Fi
Front of the CPE
The front of the CPE unit contains LED Link/Activity indicators. The LEDs show the status of the
initialization during and network connections during power up. The LEDs also indicate the signal
strength, and if Wi-Fi is enabled.
Table 1-1 LED Indicator Interface
LED
Status
(Wi-Fi)
Indicates if Wi-Fi is enabled or disabled.
LED on, Wi-Fi is enabled.
Full WiMAX Signal Strength is detected when all WiMAX Signal
Strength LEDs are lit.
(Signal Strength)

One to two WiMAX Signal Strength LEDs are lit - low signal
detected.

Three to five WiMAX Signal Strength LEDs are lit - high
signal detected.
While acquiring access to the WiMAX Network:
(WiMAX Status)

All WiMAX Signal Strength LEDs vary between ON, OFF
and/or BLINKING status.
(VoIP Status)
Indicates the status of the VoIP connection.
(LAN Status)
Indicates the status of the Ethernet connection and activity.
1/2
1/2
(Power)
Indicates if the device is powered or not.
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Back of the CPE
The back of the CPE unit contains the RESET switch, WPS switch, DC Power Connector, Ethernet
connector, Ethernet LED, Line 1 and Line 2 telephone ports.
Figure 1-2: CPE Ports and Connections
Table 1-2 Port Descriptions
Port
Description
( Ethernet)
Ethernet Ports 1 and 2.
(Power)
DC Power Connector.
(Phone Line)
RJ-11 ports for use with VoIP.
Reset
Hardware Reset Button (A paperclip is recommended for
accessing this button).
WPS
Wi-Fi pretected setup button.
Operating Information
Operating temperature for this unit is 0-40°C (32-104°F).
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Chapter 2: Installation
Overview
To install the Desktop CPEi 885/890 Series, review the following sections:

Before You Begin

Easy Setup
Before you Begin
Before you begin installation, check that you have received the following items with your Desktop
CPEi 885/890:
Table 2-1 In the box with your CPE, you should have
Item
Description
AC Power Adapter
Power adapter cord connects the Desktop CPE to an
AC electrical outlet.
Ethernet Cable
The Ethernet cable connects the Internet port on your
Desktop CPE to your PC or laptop computer.
Desktop CPEi 885/890 Quick Start Guide
Desktop CPEi 885/890 Quick Start Guide.
Desktop CPEi 885/890 Regulatory Guide
Desktop CPEi 885/890 Regulatory Guide.
In addition, you need:
 A computer
 RJ-11 telephone cable (optional). Two RJ-11 telephone cables are required if your service
provider has supplied you with two telephone numbers.
Easy Setup
The CPE is easily set up. If you want to use the VoIP functionality, you need an RJ-11 phone cable
and a telephone.
Perform the following tasks before attaching the power cord or powering up the unit:

Stand the CPE on a flat surface.

Plug the AC power adapter cord into an AC outlet.

Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet connector on the back of the unit.

Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet connector of your computer.

To use VoIP functionality of the phone, plug one end of the phone line into the activated phone
connector on the back of the unit. Phone line activation is dependent upon your service contract.

Plug the other end of the phone line into the phone line connector of your telephone.
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Advanced Setup
The CPE can also be used to connect to a multi-port switch (hub) – purchased separately from the
CPE. Connecting the CPE device to a hub allows you to connect more than one computer to your
CPE device.
Procedure to Log into the CPE
Before you Begin Configuration
Some settings on your computer need to be verified or changed to ensure that your computer
configuration can support the Desktop CPE.
Verify that the IP addresses and DNS settings are automatically generated in the Local Area
connection of your Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) properties. Refer to the chapter titled “Configuring
TCP/IP” for additional information.
Logging in to the CPE
Use the following procedure to log into the Desktop CPE:
1.
2.
On a computer that is connected to the Desktop CPE, open a web browser.
In the Address or Location field, type http://mywimax. and press ENTER to display the login
screen.
Include the period (.) after http://mywimax. in order to access the login screen.
Alternatively, you may enter the IP address: http://192.168.15.1 into the address field in order to
gain access to your CPE. If you cannot access the CPE, refer to the chapter titled: Configuring
TCP/IP for more information.
3.
The Welcome to Nokia Siemens Networks WiMAX CPE screen is displayed and prompts you for
a password.
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Figure 2-1: Login Screen
4.
5.
6.
7.
In the password field, type the password (default is nsn).
Click Login.
First time users see a pop-up box that states: “The Wizard application will guide you through
for the first time configuration”. Click OK to continue.
Click OK to launch the wizard application.
In some earlier versions of software, the default password is Motorola.
Setup Wizard and Authentication
Step 1 - Change Password
After you have launched the setup wizard, you are prompted to change your password. Nokia
Siemens Networks recommends using a password to protect your home network and CPE device.
Passwords are case sensitive.
To change your password:

Ensure the “Enable Login Password Protection” box is checked.

Enter a New Login Password in the box. Passwords can be no more than 20 characters in length.

Re-type your new password in the Confirm New Login Password box.

Click Next.
If you forget your password, you can reset it back to the default (nsn) password. To reset the
password, press and hold the reset button on the back of your CPE for 7 or more seconds. Before
resetting the CPE, ensure that the power is ON.
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IN some earlier versions of software, the default password is Motorola.
Step 2 - Device Time
This screen allows you to set the time zone and to enable Daylight Savings Time (when applicable)
for your location.

Select the appropriate time zone for your location from the drop-down box.

Check “Auto Adjust for Daylight Savings Time” if you live in a region that observes Daylight
Savings Time. This box is checked by default.

Click Next.
Step 3 - WiMAX Security
The WiMAX Security tab contains your authentication method. Check with your service provider to
determine if they require a user name and password for authentication purposes.

If the Authentication Method is EAP-TLS, a User Name and Password is not required. Enter the
Realm information supplied by your service provider. Click Next.

If the Authentication Method is EAP-TTLS/MS-CHAPv2, enter a User Name and Password, and
Realm information supplied by your Service Provider. When you have entered the User
Name/Password/Realm information, click Next.

If you are unsure of the Authentication Method, select EAP-TLS (which is the default) and click
Next.
Step 4 – Account
The Account tab allows you to manage Voice over IP (VoIP) related services. Please consult with
your telephony service provider for these settings.
Click Apply when finished.
Congratulations! You have now completed the setup of your WiMAX connection.
Click OK on the Congratulations! dialog box.
A status screen appears that shows Network status and telephony status. The Network Status
screen provides any status associated with your WiMAX Wireless Broadband connection. The
Telephony Status screen provides status of your telephony service.

Restart is used to restart the device. The restart button is available on every screen.

Wizard starts the set-up wizard over again.

Refresh refreshes the screen with the current status.

Auto Refresh allows the web browser to automatically refresh at the interval determined in the
Control Panel menu.
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Figure 2-2: Status Screen
Restart Button
Figure 2-3: Restart Button
Restart Wizard
Refresh
Auto Refresh
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Chapter 3: Basic Configuration
When the CPE setup has been completed, you can log in to your CPE from any computer on your
home network. To log in, type the device name in the address bar on your computer. The default
device name is mywimax.
This section describes the PERSONALIZE, INTERNET, STATUS, and Wi-Fi basic Menus that are
available.
Personalize Menu
The Personalize menu provides the following tabs:

Password

Device Time

Device Name

Restore Factory Settings
Figure 3-1: Personalize Menu
To Access the Personalize menu, click the Computer icon, then click Personalize.
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Password Tab
The password tab allows you to enable/disable password protection. You can also change your
password here. Click Apply when finished.
Table 3-1 Password Tab
Field or Button
Description
Enable Login Password Protection
Checking this box requires login password protection.
New Login Password
Enter your new password here. Maximum 20 characters.
Passwords are case sensitive.
Confirm New Login Password
Re-enter your new password here, exactly as entered in the
previous step.
Device Time Tab
The Device Time tab allows you to establish the time zone for your location. It also allows you to
automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time if necessary. Click Apply when finished.
Table 3-2 Device Time Tab
Field or Button
Description
Current Local Time
Current Local Time
Time Zone
Select your local time zone from the dropdown box.
Auto Adjust for Daylight Saving Time
Check this box if your location observes Daylight Savings
Time. (Default is checked)
Device Name Tab
The Device Name tab allows you to rename your CPE device. The Device Name is the name you
enter on an internet browser address bar to access your CPE device. Click Apply when finished.
Table 3-3 Device Name Tab
Field or Button
Description
New Device Name
Enter the new name for the CPE device. Maximum 20
characters.
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Restore Factory Settings Tab
The Restore Factory Settings Tab resets your CPE to the manufacturer default settings. Click Apply
if you are sure you want to reset factory settings.
Table 3-4 Restore Factory Settings Tab
Field or Button
Description
Restore Factory Settings
Checking this box restores the CPE to factory default
settings. The device restarts when you click Apply.
Internet Menu
The Internet menu provides the following tabs:

WiMAX Security

Internet Protocol

Firewall

Dynamic DNS
Figure 3-2: Internet Menu
To access the Internet menu, click the Computer icon, then click Internet.
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WiMAX Security Tab
The WiMAX Security tab contains your authentication method. Check with your service provider to
determine if user name and password are required for authentication purposes.
Table 3-5 WiMAX Security Tab
Field or Button
Description
Authentication Method
Drop down box allows you to select either EAP-TLS
(default) or EAP-TTLS/MS-CHAPv2.
User Name (EAP-TTLS/MS-CHAPv2
only)
Enter the User Name supplied by your service provider.
Password (EAP-TTLS/MS-CHAPv2 only)
Enter the Password supplied by your service provider.
Realm
Supplied by your service provider.
If your authentication method is EAP-TLS, a User Name and Password is not required. Click Apply.
Internet Protocol Tab
Check with your service provider for these settings. If you are unsure of the settings, leave the
default values set. Click Apply.
If your service provider has instructed you to change any of these settings, click Apply when
finished.
Firewall Tab
A firewall helps to protect your home network from unauthorized access. It also helps to manage
authorized access from the internet to your CPE.
Table 3-6 Firewall Tab
Field or Button
Description
Enable Firewall
Check this box to enable the firewall for your home
network.
Enable Web Login from Internet
(Grayed out if Enable Firewall is not selected).
Checking this box enables you to access your CPE device
from a network other than your own.
Web Login Port from Internet
Choose a port number to connect to when logging in
from a network other than your own. The default is 8080.
Enable ping from Internet
Enables the CPE to respond to a ping from the Internet.
This option is enabled to allow testing only. Do not leave
this enabled.
Click Apply when you are finished.
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Dynamic DNS Tab
Dynamic Domain Name Service (DDNS) allows a user with a non-static IP address to keep their
domain name associated with an ever changing IP address. As an example, DDNS is used when you
are hosting your own website.
Table 3-7 Dynamic DNS Tab
Field or Button
Description
Enable DDNS
Check this box to Enable DDNS (default is unchecked).
DDNS Service Provider
Select DDNS Service Provider that you belong to from
the drop-down box.
DDNS User Name
Only valid if Enable DDNS is checked. Enter your DDNS
account user name.
DDNS Password
Only valid if Enable DDNS is checked. Enter your DDNS
account password.
DDNS Host Name
Only valid if Enable DDNS is checked. Enter the DDNS
Host Name. This is assigned by the DDNS service.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Status Menu
The Status menu provides the following tabs:

Network

Telephony
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Figure 3-3: Status Menu
Network Tab
The Network tab provides any status associated with your WiMAX Wireless Broadband connection.
Telephony Tab
The Telephony tab provides any status associated with your telephony connection.
Telephony Menu
The telephony menu allows you to manage your Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.
Contact your service provider to obtain VoIP service.
The Telephony menu provides the following tabs:

Account

Ring Tone

Caller ID

Call Forwarding
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Voice Mail

Special Numbers
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Figure 3-4: Telephony Menu
Account Tab
Consult your service provider for these settings.
Table 3-8 Account Tab
Field or Button
Description
Line 1 User Name
If Line 1 is an active VoIP, enter the User Name as provided by
your service provider.
Line 1 Password
Enter the Line 1 password as provided by your service provider.
Passwords are case sensitive.
Confirm Line 1 Password
Re-enter your Line 1 password exactly as entered in the field
from the previous step.
Line 2 User Name
If Line 2 is an active VoIP, enter the User Name as provided by
your service provider.
Line 2 Password
Enter the Line 2 password as provided by your service provider.
Passwords are case sensitive.
Confirm Line 2 Password
Re-enter your Line 2 password exactly as entered in the field
from the previous step.
Click Apply when you are finished.
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Support for the following VoIP features is dependent upon your service contract.
Ring Tone Tab
The Ring Tone tab allows you to customize ring tones for your telephone(s).
You need a phone connected to your CPE to hear ring tones.
Table 3-9 Ring Tone Tab
Field or Button
Description
Default Line 1 Ring Type
Use the drop-down box to select a ring tone for Line 1.
The default is ring tone R0.
Test
Click to hear how the selected ring tone sounds.
Default Line 2 Ring Type
Use the drop-down box to select a ring tone for Line 2.
The default is ring tone R0.
Test
Click to hear how the selected ring tone sounds.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Caller ID Tab
The Caller ID tab allows you to manage the Caller ID functions for your telephone(s):
Table 3-10 Caller ID Tab
Field or Button
Description
Enable Line 1 Anonymous Incoming Call If Line 1 is your active telephone port, check this box to
Rejection
reject telephone calls from anonymous incoming callers.
The default is checked.
Enable Line 1 Permanent Anonymous
Outgoing Call
If Line 1 is your active telephone port, check this box to
permanently block your telephone number from
appearing on others’ Caller ID. The default is unchecked.
Enable Line 2 Anonymous Incoming Call If Line 2 is your active telephone port, check this box to
Rejection
reject telephone calls from anonymous incoming callers.
The default is checked.
Enable Line 2 Permanent Anonymous
Outgoing Call
If Line 2 is your active telephone port, check this box to
permanently block your telephone number from
appearing on others’ Caller ID. The default is unchecked.
Click Apply when you are finished.
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Call Forwarding Tab
The Call Forwarding tab allows you to manage the call forwarding features for your telephone(s).
Table 3-11 Call Forwarding Tab
Field or Button
Description
Enable Line 1 Basic Forwarding
Check this box to enable basic call forwarding on Line 1.
The default is unchecked.
Line 1 Basic Forwarding to Number
If “Enable Line 1 Basic Forwarding” is checked, enter the
telephone number you would like to forward calls to.
Enable Line 1 Forwarding on No
Answer
Check this box to forward calls received on Line 1 if there
is no answer. This function is not available if “Enable Line
1 Basic Forwarding” is checked.
Line 1 No Answer Forwarding to
Number
If “Line 1 No Answer Forwarding to Number” is checked,
enter the telephone number you would like to forward calls
to when there is no answer on Line 1. This function is not
available if “Enable Line 1 Basic Forwarding” is checked.
Line 1 No Answer Forwarding Ring
Count
Enter the number of rings allowed before the call forwards
to the number identified above. The default is six rings.
Enable Line 1 Forwarding on Busy
Check this box to forward calls received while Line 1 is in
use.
Line 1 Busy Forwarding To Number
If “Enable Line 1 Forwarding on Busy” is checked, enter
the telephone number you would like calls forwarded to
when Line 1 is in use.
Enable Line 2 Basic Forwarding
Check this box to enable basic call forwarding on Line 2.
The default is unchecked.
Line 2 Basic Forwarding to Number
If “Enable Line 2 Basic Forwarding” is checked, enter the
telephone number you would like to forward calls to.
Enable Line 2 Forwarding on No
Answer
Check this box to forward calls received on Line 2 if there
is no answer. This function is not available if “Enable Line
2 Basic Forwarding” is checked.
Line 2 No Answer Forwarding to
Number
If “Line 2 No Answer Forwarding to Number” is checked,
enter the telephone number you would like to forward calls
to when there is no answer on Line 2. This function is not
available if “Enable Line 2 Basic Forwarding” is checked.
Line 2 No Answer Forwarding Ring
Count
Enter the number of rings allowed before the call forwards
to the number identified above. The default is six rings.
Enable Line 2 Forwarding on Busy
Check this box to forward calls received while Line 2 is in
use.
Line 2 Busy Forwarding To Number
If “Enable Line 2 Forwarding on Busy” is checked, enter
the telephone number you would like calls forwarded to
when Line 2 is in use.
Click Apply when you are finished.
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Voice Mail Tab
The voice mail tab allows you to see the status of your voice mail. Contact your service provider to
activate the voice mail feature if it is not already active.
Table 3-12 Voice Mail Tab
Field or Button
Description
Line 1 Server Based Voice Mail
Status
Shows the status of Line 1 voice mail as either enabled or
disabled.
Line 1 Number of New Voice Mails
Shows the number of new, unheard voice mails on Line 1.
Line 1 Number of Old Voice Mails
Shows the number of previously heard voice mails on Line 1.
Line 2 Server Based Voice Mail
Status
Shows the status of Line 2 voice mail as either enabled or
disabled.
Line 2 Number of New Voice Mails
Shows the number of new, unheard voice mails on Line 2.
Line 2 Number of Old Voice Mails
Shows the number of previously heard voice mails on Line 2.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Special Number Tab
The Special Number tab provides a list of special dialing numbers for your VoIP Phone Service.
Table 3-13 Special Number Tab
Field or Button
Description
Service Provider Contact Number
Use this number to contact customer service for your
service provider.
Emergency Number
Dial this number to reach local emergency services.
Redial
Dial this number to redial the last number called.
Blind Call transfer
Dial this number to transfer a call directly to a third party.
Consultation Call Transfer
Dial this number to speak with the third party before you
transfer the call to them.
Call Hold
Dial this number to place your current call on hold.
Automatic Recall Activate
Dial this number to call back the number of the last
incoming call.
Automatic Recall Deactivate
Dial this number to automatically call back the last number
dialed when that number becomes available.
Call Forwarding Activate
Dial this number to forward your calls to a different
number.
(Continue)
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Table 3-13 Special Number Tab (Continued)
Field or Button
Description
Call Forwarding Deactivate
Dial this number to deactivate call forwarding.
Call Forwarding Busy Activate
Dial this number to forward calls to a different number
when the line is busy.
Call Forwarding Busy Deactivate
Dial this number to de-activate calls from forwarding to a
different number when the line is busy.
Call Forwarding Busy Change Number Dial this number to change the phone number to which
calls will be forwarded when the line is busy.
Call Forwarding No Answer Activate
Dial this number to forward calls to a different number
when there is no answer on Line 1 or Line 2.
Call Forwarding No Answer
Deactivate
Dial this number to de-activate calls from forwarding to a
different number when there is no answer on Line 1 or
Line 2.
Call Forwarding No Answer Change
Number
Dial this number to change the phone number to which
calls will be forwarded when there is no answer on Line 1
or Line 2.
Automatic Callback Activate
Dial this number to hear the most recent call you missed
and to return the call. If the number is busy, you can hang
up. When the number is available, your phone will ring.
Pick up your phone and the call will be connected.
Automatic Callback Deactivate
Dial this number to de-activate automatic callback.
Do Not Disturb Activate
Dial this number to have calls automatically routed to voice
mail.
Do Not Disturb Deactivate
Dial this number to cancel automatic call routing to voice
mail.
Calling Number Delivery Blocking
Dial this number to block your number from appearing on
the Caller ID of the people you call. Your calls may appear
as “Private” or “Anonymous”.
Line Blocking Deactivate
Dial this number to unblock your telephone number from
appearing on Caller ID.
Call Waiting Toggle
Dial this number to toggle between call waiting ON and
call waiting OFF.
Anonymous Call Rejection Activate
Dial this number to have anonymous calls rejected.
Anonymous Call Rejection Deactivate
Dial this number to allow anonymous calls to go through.
Wi-Fi
The Wi-Fi basic menu helps manage the Wi-Fi related configurations. This menu includes Basic, and
Security menus. For Advanced settings, refer to Chapter 4 “Wi-Fi Advanced” on page 4 - 7. To
access the Wi-Fi menu, click on the Wi-Fi icon, then click on Wi-Fi.
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Figure 3-5: Wi-Fi Basic Manu
Table 3-14 Wi-Fi Basic
Field or Button
Description
Enable Wi-Fi Wireless Service
Enable Wi-Fi service of the device by checking the box. This
function is disabled by clicking the box to remove the check
mark.
Wi-Fi Network SSID
Network Service Set Identifier (SSID) is a label/name that
distinguishes one wireless LAN (Wi-Fi network) from another.
The field is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters.
For added security, changing the default SSID (Wi-Fi) to a
unique name is recommended.
Operating Mode
A pull-down list with the choices of:

802.11b only (default)

802.11g only

802.11b/g
 802.11n
Select 802.11 b/g to set the device to operate the Wi-Fi network
with both 802.11b and 802.11g wireless devices.
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Table 3-14 Wi-Fi Basic (Continued)
Field or Button
Description
Operating Channels
A pull-down list with choices from one to fourteen (1 through 14)
depending upon the country/region setting. The default range is
one to eleven (1 through 11). The default channel is six (6).
The Wi-FI operating mode channel settings can be modified if
there are problems with nearby wireless devices.
The operating channel selection is as follows:

1 - 11: United States, Canada

1 - 13: Europe, Australia, Venezuela

1 - 14: Japan (channels 1 - 14 if selecting 802.11b, channels 1
- 13 if 802.11b/g or 802.11g is selected)

3 - 9: Israel
Wi-Fi Security
The Wi-Fi Security menu enables you to choose the wireless LAN security protocol to enable
authentication and secure data transmission on the Wi-Fi network.

Make sure the selected network security protocol is supported by the wireless devices on the
network.

Wi-Fi security is disabled by default. Use this Wi-Fi Security menu to manually enable Wi-Fi
security.
WEP Configuration
Table 3-15 WEP Configuration
Field or Button
Description
Authentication Type
A pull-down list with choices of:

Automatic

Shared
 Open
The default is Automatic. Two methods of authentication can be
used with WEP: Open System authentication and Shared Key
authentication. Choose Automatic to allow the device to
automatically switch to the WEP authentication type used by the
wireless device entering the network.
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Table 3-15 WEP Configuration (Continued)
Field or Button
Description
Encryption Strength
A pull-down list with choices of 64-bits Key and 128-bits Key. The
default is 64-bits Key. Data transmission on the Wireless LAN is
encrypted when WEP is enabled. Data encryption key is either
64bits or 128 bits.
Passphrase
Choices for the passphrase are:

Key Index - pull down menu lets you choose the type of key
generation.

Automatic Key Generation - this feature generates 4 keys where
one can be chosen to for use as the network security
passphrase. Click the Generate Key button.
If a 64-bit encryption key is used, enter 10 hexadecimal digits (any
combination of 0-9, a-f, or A-F). 128-bit WEP encryption key, enter
26 hexadecimal digits (any combination of 0-9, a-f, A-F).
WPA/WPA2 Configuration
Manage WPA/WPA2 security protocol settings.
Table 3-16 WPA/WPA2 Menu Slections
Field or Button
Description
Group Key Renewal
This setting determines how often the group key is going to
change. The group key renewal interval range is 300 to 7200.
Default setting is 3600 seconds.
Security Type
Authentication keys can be generated either automatically or
entered manually. The types of authentication selections are:

Remote (Radius) - Radius Server IP address where the field is
broken into 4 sub-fields with each limited to 3 digits and the
default is empty.

Shared (local) - a preshared key that includes the PSK
passphrase where the default is an empty field.
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Figure 3-6: Wi-Fi Security
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
Your CPEi 885/890 supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to simplify the setup of your wireless
security. WPS can be used to configure client devices such as wireless adapters that support WPS.
If your client devices do not support WPS, you will have to manually configure those devices. To use
WPS to set up your client devices, access the security section of the Wi-Fi configuration by clicking
on the Wi-Fi icon, then clicking on Security. Before you begin, you should configure the security
settings in the CPEi 885/890 as described in the section above.
If you have client devices that do not support Wi-Fi Protected Setup, note the wireless settings, then
manually configure those client devices.
There are two primary options available when utilizing WPS. Use the option below that applies to
the client device you are configuring. NOTE: WPS configures one client device at a time. Repeat the
procedure for each client device that supports WPS.
Option #1, Push Button Control (PBC)
Use this method if your client device has a WPS button. The button may be a physical button
located on the client device or a software button located on the client device setup screen.

There are two options available with the PBC method on the CPEi 885/890, hardware button and
software button.

Hardware button PBC on the CPEi 885/890
– Locate the WPS button on the back of the CPEi 885/890 and client device.
– Press the WPS button on the back of the CPEi 885/890.
– Press the WPS button on the client device.
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– The connection will be automatically established.

Software button PBC on the CPEi 885/890
– Navigate to the Security page in the Wi-Fi section of the CPEi 885/890 GUI as detailed above.
– Select PBC at the WPS Method dialog box and click Apply.
– Press the WPS button on the client device.
– The connection will be automatically established.
Option #2, Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Use this method if your client device has a WPS PIN number.

Initiate the WPS PIN procedure on the client device per the manufacturer’s instructions.

Navigate to the Security page of the Wi-Fi section of the CPEi 885/890 GUI as detailed above.

Make sure the “PIN” option is selected in the WPS Method dialog box in the Wi-Fi Security
Screen.

Enter the PIN number of the client device in the field on this screen.

Click Apply on the CPEi 885/890 GUI screen. This must be completed within 2 minutes of
starting the procedure on the client device.

The connection will be automatically established.
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Chapter 4: Advanced Configuration
The Advanced Configuration section describes the Port Forwarding, Local Address, and Control
Panel menus.
Port Forwarding Menu
Port forwarding enables you to direct incoming traffic to specific LAN hosts (computers on your
network) based on the protocol and port number. It is used to play Internet games or provide local
services (such as web hosting) for a LAN group.
To access the Port Forwarding menu, click the Computer icon, then click Port Forwarding.
The Port Forwarding menu provides the following tabs:

Basic

Forwarding
Figure 4-1: Port Forwarding
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Table 4-1 Port Forwarding Menu
Field or Button
Description
Enable UPnP IGD
Enables the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Internet
Gateway Device (IGD) profile to allow certain Windows
applications to set up the port forwarding rule
dynamically when NAT is enabled on this device.
DMZ (DeMilitarized Zone) IP Address
Enter the DMZ IP Address.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Forwarding Tab
Click ADD to create additional Port Forwarding rules.
Table 4-2 Forwarding Tab
Field or Button
Description
Select
Select a box when you want to delete the specific row.
Protocol
Select TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) or UDP (User
Datagram Protocol).
WAN Port Start
Enter the beginning port range for external network access.
WAN Port End
Enter the ending port range for external network access.
LAN IP Address
Enter the IP address to host the service.
LAN Port Start
Enter the beginning port range for internal network access.
LAN Port End
Enter the ending port range for internal network access.
Enabled
Check to enable specific port forwarding.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Local Address Menu
The Local Address menu allows you to configure your Local Area Network (LAN) connections.
The Local Address menu provides the following tabs:

DHCP Server

Lease Status

Lease Reservation
To access the Local Address menu, click the Computer icon, then click Local Address.
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Figure 4-2: Local Address Menu
DHCP Server Tab
The DHCP Server tab enables Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server functionality on
the LAN, allowing the router to dynamically assign lease IP addresses to clients that connect to it
from the local network.
Table 4-3 DHCP Server Tab
Field or Button
Description
Enable DHCP Server
If selected, the DHCP server on the gateway assigns IP addresses
to the computers and other hosts on your network if they have
DHCP enabled. By default, the gateway server is enabled. If there
is another DHCP server running on your network (on another
router), disable one of the DHCP servers.
DHCP Server IP Address
Enter the default port forwarding LAN Client IP Address.
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Table 4-3 DHCP Server Tab (Continued)
Field or Button
Description
DHCP Starting IP Address
Sets the first IP address assigned by the DHCP server, in dotteddecimal format. It must be greater than the IP address value of the
gateway. For example, if the IP address of the gateway is
192.168.15.1(default), the starting IP address must be
192.168.15.2 (or higher).
DHCP Ending IP Address
Sets the final IP address assigned by the DHCP server. If the
DHCP server runs out of DHCP addresses, users cannot access
network resources. If this happens, increase the Ending IP or
reduce the Lease Time.
DHCP Lease Time
Sets the time, in seconds, that a network computer remains
connected to the gateway using its current assigned IP address. At
the end of this time, the DHCP server renews the lease or assigns
the computer a new IP address. The default is 3600 seconds (one
hour). The maximum is 999999 seconds (about 278 hours).
Click Apply when you are finished.
Lease Status Tab
The Lease Status tab in the Local Address menu displays the active DHCP leases since the last
reboot.
Table 4-4 Lease Status Tab
Field or Button
Description
Client Host Name
Displays the client host name. The Name field is limited to 20
characters (only 5 appear in display).
MAC Address
Media Access Control (MAC) address.
IP Address
Shows the IP Address for each active lease.
Remaining Lease Duration
Shows the amount of time, in seconds, remaining in the lease.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Lease Reservation Tab
This tab allows you to manage the lease reservation so that the same client receives the same IP
address each time.
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Table 4-5 Lease Reservation Tab
Field or Button
Description
Select
Select this box if you want to delete an established lease
reservation. Click Delete when you have selected the exception to
be deleted.
Client Host Name
Enter the client host name. The Name field is limited to 20
characters (only 5 appear in display).
MAC Address
Media Access Control (MAC) address. Enter the MAC address of
the device.
IP Address
Enter the IP address that you want assigned to the MAC Address.
Enabled
Clicking this box enables the lease reservation.
Click Apply when you are finished.
Control Panel
The Control Panel sections allow you to view/update your software information.
The Control menu provides the following tabs:

Software

Certificate

System

About
Figure 4-3: Control Panel Menu
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Software Tab
The Software tab manages the software on your CPE device. It is also where you can upgrade
device software.
Use the BROWSE button to browse your computer for additional software packages. When you
have located the software package/update you would like to add to your device, click Upgrade.
Select the software you would like to install, click Install.
If you would like to remove software, select the software package you would like to remove, click
Uninstall.
Certificate Tab
The Certificate tab is where you view the certificates that are stored on the device.
System Tab
The system tab allows you to manage additional features of your CPE device.
Table 4-6 System Tab
Field or Button
Description
Language Used in User Interface
Select the desired language for the user interface. The
default language is English.
Enable WiMAX Radio Interface
Check this box to enable the WiMAX Radio Interface.
Auto Refresh Interval
Enter, in seconds, the interval for status Auto Refresh.
Valid range is 2 seconds - 9999 seconds. The default
value is 3 seconds.
Background
Select the desired background color for the user
interface.
About Tab
The About Tab displays basic properties of your CPE device such as: Product Name, Model ID,
Hardware Version, Serial Number, and the WiMAX MAC Address.
Wi-Fi Advanced
The Wi-Fi Advanced menu provides the following field settings:
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Table 4-7 Wi-Fi Advanced Menu
Field or Button
Description
Enable SSID broadcast
Check the box to disable the SSID of your wireless LAN network to
be broadcast by the device. The wireless client on the wireless LAN
will have to know the SSID of the device in order to connect to the
network if this option is checked.
Transmit Rate
Select the basic transfer rates based on the speed of wireless device
on the wireless LAN. It is strongly recommended to keep this setting
to Auto.
Transmit Power
Set the transmit power level of the Wi-Fi radio. Available options are
low, medium and high.
Beacon Interval
Enter a value between 1 and 65,535 milliseconds. The Beacon
Interval value indicates the frequency interval of the beacon. A
beacon is a packet broadcast by the device to synchronize the other
wireless network.
RTS Threshold
This value should remain at its default setting of 2347. The range is
0-2347 bytes. Should you encounter inconsistent data flow, only
minor modifications are recommended. If a network packet is
smaller than the preset RTS threshold size, the RTS/CTS mechanism
will not be enabled. The device sends Request to Send (RTS) frames
to a particular receiving wireless client on the network and
negotiates the sending of a data frame. After receiving an RTS, the
wireless client responds with a Clear to Send (CTS) frame to
acknowledge the right to begin transmission.
Preamble Type
The Preamble defines the length of the CRC block (Cyclic
Redundancy Check is a common technique for detecting data
transmission errors) for communication between the wireless router
and the roaming wireless network adapters. Note: High network
traffic areas should use the shorter preamble type.
Fragmentation Threshold
The range is 256-2346 bytes. It specifies the maximum size for a
packet before data is fragmented into multiple packets. If you
experience a high packet error rate, you may slightly increase the
Fragmentation Threshold. Setting the Fragmentation Threshold too
low may result in poor network performance. Only minor
modifications of this value are recommended.
DTIM Interval
The default value is 3. This value, between 1 and 255 milliseconds,
indicates the interval of the Delivery Traffic Indication Message
(DTIM). A DTIM field is a countdown field informing clients of the
next window for listening to broadcast and multicast messages.
When the router has buffered broadcast or multicast messages for
associated clients, it sends the next DTIM with a DTIM Interval
value. Its clients hear the beacons and awaken to receive the
broadcast and multicast messages.
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Table 4-7 Wi-Fi Advanced Menu (Continued)
Field or Button
Description
CTS Protection Mode
CTS (Clear To Send) is a function used to minimize collisions among
wireless devices on a wireless LAN. CTS will make sure the wireless
network is clear before a wireless client attempts to send wireless
data. Enabling CTS will add overhead and may lower wireless
through put.
None: CTS is typically used in a pure 802.11g environment. If CTS is
set to “Disable” in a mixed mode environment populated by 802.11b
clients, wireless collisions may occur frequently. If set to Enable,
CTS will always be used to make sure the wireless LAN is clear
before sending data. If set to Auto, CTS will monitor the wireless
network and automatically decide whether to implement CTS based
on the amount of traffic and collisions that occurs on the wireless
LAN.
WMM
Wi-Fi Multimedia is QoS (Quality of Service) for the wireless LAN.
Enable this option to improve the quality of video and voice
applications for the wireless clients on the network.
Wireless Client Access List
This option is to increase the wireless LAN network security. If
checked, only the wireless client with the MAC address listed in the
Wireless Client Access table can connect to the wireless LAN.
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Chapter 5: Configuring TCP/IP
This section contains two examples of configuring TCP/IP in a Windows environment.
Most computers already have the TCP/IP configuration enabled. Use the following procedures to
verify the configuration is set up. Configure all client computers on your network for TCP/IP (the
protocol that controls communication among computers).
Two examples are provided in this document:

Configuring TCP/IP in Windows XP

Configuring TCP/IP in Windows Vista
Follow the instructions in your computer user manual for other Operating Systems.
Configuring TCP/IP in Windows XP
1.
On the Windows desktop, Click Start to display the Start window.
Figure 5-1: Windows XP Start Window
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2.
Click Control Panel to display the Control Panel window. The display varies, depending on
your Windows XP view options. If the display is a Category view as shown in Figure 5-2,
continue with Step 3. Otherwise, skip to Step 5.
Figure 5-2: Control Panel
3.
Click Network and Internet Connections to open the Network and Internet Connections
window:
Figure 5-3: Network and Internet Connections
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5.
5
Click Network Connections. Skip to Step 6.
If a classic view like Figure 5-4 is displayed, double-click Network Connections to display the
LAN or High-speed Internet connections.
Figure 5-4: Control Panel Classic View
6.
Right-click the Local Area Connection. If more than one connection is displayed, be sure to
select the one for your network interface.
Figure 5-5: Network Connections
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7.
Select Properties from the pop-up menu to display the Local Area Connection Properties
window:
Figure 5-6: Local Area Connection Properties
8.
9.
On the Local Area Connection Properties window, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) if it is
not selected.
Click Properties to display the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window.
Figure 5-7: Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties
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10. Be sure Obtain IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically are
selected.
11. Click OK to close the TCP/IP Properties window.
Configuring TCP/IP in Windows Vista
1.
On the Windows desktop, click the Windows Logo on the left bottom corner to display the
Start window. Then click Network.
Figure 5-8: Network Selection
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2.
When the Network windows opens, click Network and Sharing Center at the top of the
window.
Figure 5-9: Network and Sharing Center
3.
The Network and Sharing Center window opens. Click Manage Network Connection from the
task bar.
Figure 5-10:
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The network connections window opens. Right click Local Area Connection, a series of tasks
is display. Click Properties.
Figure 5-11: Local Area Connection selection
Figure 5-12: Properties selection
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5.
A series of protocols appear. Among them, check the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
and click Properties.
Figure 5-13: Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) properties selection
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At TCP/IPv4 Properties window, check Obtain an IP address automatically, and Obtain DNS
server address automatically. Click OK to save the settings.
Figure 5-14: Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties window
7.
When you have completed the setting updates, click OK to exit.
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Chapter6: Troubleshooting
Power

Verify the AC power adapter is properly plugged into the electrical outlet and into the Desktop
CPE.

Plug a lamp into the outlet to ensure the outlet is receiving power.
A Computer Cannot Log On to the CPE
Disconnect and reconnect the Ethernet cable to the CPE unit and the computer.
Cannot Connect to the Internet

Check the CPE connection status as shown on page using the web interface as shown in Section
2, page 2-5.

If the CPE connection is down, and the gateway has not received an IP for 5 minutes to 10
minutes:
− Re-Run the Setup Wizard.
− If the Setup Wizard does not help, then reset the CPE using the reset button.
Additional Troubleshooting Help
Contact your service provider for additional help.
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Chapter 7: Important Safety and Legal
Information
Your Nokia Siemens Networks WiMAX Wireless Broadband Gateway is designed and tested to
comply with a number of national and international standards and guidelines regarding human
exposure to RF electromagnetic energy. Please see the Regulatory Guide included in the device
packaging.
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