Ricon S9922 User manual

User Manual
S9922 LTE Router
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About This Document
Purpose
S9922 LTE Router is designed and manufactured by RICON, it based on 3G/LTE cellular network technology,
industrial class quality. With its embedded cellular module, it widely used in multiple case like ATM
connection, remote office security connection, data collection. Etc. This document introduced how to use
S9922 and its function features.
Related Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document.
Model
Version
S9922
V11/V12/V13
Orginazition
Chapter
Description
1
Features of S9922 LTE Router and target market.
2
SW & HW structure of S9922 LTE Router.
3
How to installation of S9922 LTE Router.
4
Prepare to config S9922 LTE Router.
5
How to config S9922 LTE Router.
6
Typical application of S9922 LTE Router.
7
Frequently asked questions.
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Conventions
Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.
Symbol
Description
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided,
could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance
degradation, or unexpected results.
Indicates a tip that may help you address a problem or save
your time.
Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement
important points of the main text.
Command Conventions
Convention
Description
Boldface
The keywords of a command line are in boldface.
Italic
Command arguments are in italics.
[]
Items (keywords or arguments) in brackets [ ] are optional.
{ x | y | ... }
Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical
ars. One item is selected.
[ x | y | ... ]
Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical
bars. One item is selected or no item is selected.
{ x | y | ... } *
Optional items are grouped in braces and separated by vertical
ars. A minimum of one item or a maximum of all items can be
selected.
[ x | y | ... ] *
Optional items are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical
ars. Several items or no item can be selected.
&<1-n>
The parameter before the & sign can be repeated 1 to n times.
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Convention
Description
#
A line starting with the # sign is comments.
GUI Conventions
Convention
Description
Boldface
Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles are
in boldface. For example, click OK.
>
Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">" signs.
For example, choose File > Create > Folder.
Keyboard Operations
Format
Description
Key
Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab.
Key 1+Key 2
Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing Ctrl+Alt+A
means the three keys should be pressed concurrently.
Key 1, Key 2
Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means the two
keys should be pressed in turn.
Mouse Operation
Action
Description
Click
Select and release the primary mouse button without moving the
pointer.
Double-click
Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and quickly
without moving the pointer.
Drag
Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the pointer
to a certain position.
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1 Product Introduce .......................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Product positioning....................................................................................................................................... 1-2
1.3 Function & Features ..................................................................................................................................... 1-2
1.4 Specification ................................................................................................................................................. 1-3
2 Product structure ........................................................................................................................2-5
2.1 Hardware ...................................................................................................................................................... 2-6
2.1.1 Appearance & Size .............................................................................................................................. 2-6
2.1.2 Accessories .......................................................................................................................................... 2-8
2.2 Structure ....................................................................................................................................................... 2-9
3 Installation of S9922 LTE Router ..........................................................................................3-10
3.1 Unpacking ................................................................................................................................................... 3-10
3.2 How to install .............................................................................................................................................. 3-10
3.2.1 SIM/UIM card install ......................................................................................................................... 3-10
3.2.2 Ethernet cable connection ................................................................................................................ 3-11
3.2.3 Serial port connection ....................................................................................................................... 3-11
3.3 Power supply .............................................................................................................................................. 3-12
3.4 Review ........................................................................................................................................................ 3-12
4 Before config ...............................................................................................................................4-1
4.1 LED Status ..................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Local config ................................................................................................................................................... 4-2
5 Router config ...............................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Basic config ................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2.1 Login WEB GUI .................................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.2.2 Network config .................................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.3 Application program configuration ............................................................................................................ 5-17
5.3.1 ICMP check ........................................................................................................................................ 5-17
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5.3.2 DDNS configuration ........................................................................................................................... 5-20
5.3.3 SNMP configuration (optional) ......................................................................................................... 5-22
5.3.4 M2M configuration ........................................................................................................................... 5-24
5.3.5 Timing configuration ......................................................................................................................... 5-25
5.3.6 Wake up configuration ...................................................................................................................... 5-28
5.3.7 DTU configuration (Optional) ............................................................................................................ 5-31
5.3.8 GPS configuration (Optional) ............................................................................................................ 5-34
5.4 Security ....................................................................................................................................................... 5-35
5.4.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 5-35
5.4.2 configuration ..................................................................................................................................... 5-35
5.5 Forward configuration ................................................................................................................................ 5-42
5.5.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 5-42
5.5.2 NAT .................................................................................................................................................... 5-42
5.5.3 Routing .............................................................................................................................................. 5-45
5.6 VPN configuration ....................................................................................................................................... 5-48
5.6.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 5-48
5.6.2 VPDN configuration ........................................................................................................................... 5-48
5.6.3 Tunnel configuration ......................................................................................................................... 5-51
5.6.4 IPSec configuration ........................................................................................................................... 5-52
5.7 System configuration .................................................................................................................................. 5-59
5.7.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 5-59
5.7.2 Local Log ............................................................................................................................................ 5-59
5.7.3 Remote Log ....................................................................................................................................... 5-60
5.7.4 Clock .................................................................................................................................................. 5-61
5.7.5 Account ............................................................................................................................................. 5-63
5.7.6 Network Test ..................................................................................................................................... 5-64
5.7.7 Files ................................................................................................................................................... 5-65
5.8 Status .......................................................................................................................................................... 5-68
5.8.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 5-68
5.8.2 Base Information ............................................................................................................................... 5-68
5.8.3 LAN .................................................................................................................................................... 5-69
5.8.4 WAN .................................................................................................................................................. 5-69
5.8.5 Modem .............................................................................................................................................. 5-71
5.8.6 Routing Table .................................................................................................................................... 5-73
5.9 RESET button function ................................................................................................................................ 5-74
6 Typical application ....................................................................................................................6-1
6.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
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6.2 Awake function ............................................................................................................................................. 6-1
6.3 Parameter select ........................................................................................................................................... 6-3
6.4 VPN ............................................................................................................................................................... 6-5
6.5 Timing Task ................................................................................................................................................... 6-8
7 FAQ ...............................................................................................................................................7-1
7.1 Hardware Failure .......................................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.1.1 All LED dark ......................................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.1.2 SIM Slot ............................................................................................................................................... 7-2
7.1.3 Ethernet Connection ........................................................................................................................... 7-2
7.1.4 Antenna Connection ........................................................................................................................... 7-2
7.2 Dial Online Problem ...................................................................................................................................... 7-3
7.2.1 Dial discontinue................................................................................................................................... 7-3
7.2.2 No Signal ............................................................................................................................................. 7-3
7.2.3 Cannot find SIM/UIM card .................................................................................................................. 7-3
7.2.4 Poor Signal .......................................................................................................................................... 7-4
7.2.5 Compress Protocol not match............................................................................................................. 7-4
7.3 VPN Problem ................................................................................................................................................. 7-4
7.3.1 VPDN cannot connect ......................................................................................................................... 7-4
7.3.2 VPN cannot communicate................................................................................................................... 7-5
7.3.3 Router can communicate but subnet cannot ..................................................................................... 7-5
7.4 WEB config problem ..................................................................................................................................... 7-6
7.4.1 Updating firmware failure ................................................................................................................... 7-6
7.4.2 Backup setting problem ...................................................................................................................... 7-6
7.4.3 Updating patch failure ........................................................................................................................ 7-6
7.4.4 CFE Updating failure ............................................................................................................................ 7-7
7.4.5 Update failure in WEB GUI .................................................................................................................. 7-7
7.4.6 Forget Router Password ...................................................................................................................... 7-7
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Table Content
Table 2-1 S9922 LTE Router size ......................................................................................................................... 2-6
Table 2-2 S9922 LTE Router accessories ............................................................................................................. 2-8
Table 3-1 Serial port to RJ45 cable ................................................................................................................... 3-12
Table 4-1 LED instruction .................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Table 5-1 LAN Parameter instruction ................................................................................................................. 5-3
Table 5-2 WAN connection type parameter instruction .................................................................................... 5-4
Table 5-3 “Modem” Parameter instruction ........................................................................................................ 5-6
Table 5-4 Parameter instruction ....................................................................................................................... 5-12
Table 5-5 Connection type Parameter instruction ........................................................................................... 5-14
Table 5-6 Link Backup Parameter ..................................................................................................................... 5-15
Table 5-7 ICMP check rules Parameter instruction .......................................................................................... 5-18
Table 5-8 DDNS Parameter instruction............................................................................................................. 5-21
Table 5-9 SNMP Parameter instruction ............................................................................................................ 5-23
Table 5-10 M2M Parameter instruction ........................................................................................................... 5-24
Table 5-11 Timing task parameter instruction ................................................................................................. 5-27
Table 5-12 Wake up Parameter instruction...................................................................................................... 5-29
Table 5-13 DTU Parameter instruction ............................................................................................................. 5-32
Table 5-14 GPS Parameter instruction ............................................................................................................. 5-34
Table 5-15 IP filter parameter instruction ........................................................................................................ 5-37
Table 5-16 Domain Filter parameter instruction .............................................................................................. 5-39
Table 5-17 MAC Filter explanation ................................................................................................................... 5-40
Table 5-18 MAC Filter Parameter instruction ................................................................................................... 5-41
Table 5-19 NAT Parameter instruction ............................................................................................................. 5-43
Table 5-20 MASQ rule Parameter instruction .................................................................................................. 5-45
Table 5-21 Routing Parameter instruction ....................................................................................................... 5-47
Table 5-22 VPDN rule parameter instruction ................................................................................................... 5-50
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Table 5-23 Tunnel rule parameter instruction ................................................................................................. 5-51
Table 5-24 IPSec Phase 1 Parameter instruction .............................................................................................. 5-54
Table 5-25 IPSec Parameter instruction ........................................................................................................... 5-56
Table 5-26 IPSec Parameter instruction ........................................................................................................... 5-58
Table 5-27 Remote log parameter instruction ................................................................................................. 5-60
Table 5-28 Clock Parameter instruction ........................................................................................................... 5-62
Table 5-29 Account parameter instruction....................................................................................................... 5-64
Table 5-30 Network Test Parameter instruction .............................................................................................. 5-65
Table 5-31 Base information Parameter instruction ........................................................................................ 5-68
Table 5-32 LAN Parameter instruction ............................................................................................................. 5-69
Table 5-33 WAN Parameter instruction ........................................................................................................... 5-71
Table 5-34 Modem Parameter instruction ....................................................................................................... 5-72
Table 5-35 Routing table Parameter instruction .............................................................................................. 5-74
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Figure 1-1 Network structure............................................................................................................................. 1-2
Figure 2-1 S9922 LTE Router Appearance .......................................................................................................... 2-6
Figure 2-2 S9922 LTE Router Figure ................................................................................................................... 2-7
Figure 2-3 S9922 LTE Router bottom view ......................................................................................................... 2-8
Figure 2-1 Front pannel...................................................................................................................................... 2-9
Figure 2-2 Back pannel ....................................................................................................................................... 2-9
Figure 3-1 Pop out SIM slot .............................................................................................................................. 3-11
Figure 3-2 SIM/UIM card install. ...................................................................................................................... 3-11
Figure 4-1 Local Area Connection ...................................................................................................................... 4-2
Figure 4-2 Connection properties ...................................................................................................................... 4-4
Figure 4-3 Internet protocol (TCP/IP) ................................................................................................................ 4-4
Figure 4-4 Advanced TCP/IP Settings ................................................................................................................. 4-7
Figure 4-5 TCP/IP address .................................................................................................................................. 4-7
Figure 4-6 Connectivity check .......................................................................................................................... 4-10
Figure 5-1 User identity page ............................................................................................................................. 5-2
Figure 5-2 LAN window ...................................................................................................................................... 5-3
Figure 5-3 WAN window .................................................................................................................................... 5-4
Figure 5-4 Modem window ................................................................................................................................ 5-5
Figure 5-5 Modem page ..................................................................................................................................... 5-5
Figure 5-6 Single module single SIM/dual module dual SIM ............................................................................. 5-9
Figure 5-7 Single module dual SIM .................................................................................................................... 5-9
Figure 5-8 Advanced setting ............................................................................................................................ 5-10
Figure 5-9 parameter select ............................................................................................................................. 5-11
Figure 5-10 add rule ......................................................................................................................................... 5-12
Figure 5-11 Connection type window .............................................................................................................. 5-14
Figure 5-12 Link Backup ................................................................................................................................... 5-15
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Figure 5-13 ICMP Check tab ............................................................................................................................. 5-17
Figure 5-14 ICMP adding page ......................................................................................................................... 5-18
Figure 5-15 DDNS configuration ...................................................................................................................... 5-21
Figure 5-16 SNMP configuration ...................................................................................................................... 5-23
Figure 5-17 M2M configuration ....................................................................................................................... 5-24
Figure 5-18 Timing configuration ..................................................................................................................... 5-26
Figure 5-19 To add timing task......................................................................................................................... 5-26
Figure 5-20 Wake up configuration ................................................................................................................. 5-29
Figure 5-21 DTU configuration ......................................................................................................................... 5-32
Figure 5-22 GPS configuration ......................................................................................................................... 5-34
Figure 5-23 IP Filter tab .................................................................................................................................... 5-35
Figure 5-24 IP filter “Basic” type ...................................................................................................................... 5-36
Figure 5-25 IP Filter “Expand” type .................................................................................................................. 5-36
Figure 5-26 Domain filter tab ........................................................................................................................... 5-39
Figure 5-27 Domain filter tab ........................................................................................................................... 5-39
Figure 5-28 MAC Filter tab ............................................................................................................................... 5-40
Figure 5-29 MAC Filter configuration ............................................................................................................... 5-41
Figure 5-30 NAT tab ......................................................................................................................................... 5-42
Figure 5-31 NAT rule configuration .................................................................................................................. 5-43
Figure 5-32 MASQ configuration ..................................................................................................................... 5-44
Figure 5-33 Routing tab ................................................................................................................................... 5-46
Figure 5-34 Static Routing configuration ......................................................................................................... 5-46
Figure 5-35 Policy routing configuration .......................................................................................................... 5-47
Figure 5-36 VPDN configuration ...................................................................................................................... 5-49
Figure 5-37 VPDN rule configuration ............................................................................................................... 5-49
Figure 5-38 L2TP tunnel status......................................................................................................................... 5-50
Figure 5-39 Tunnel configuration ..................................................................................................................... 5-51
Figure 5-40 IPSec tab ....................................................................................................................................... 5-53
Figure 5-41 IPSec phase 1 configuration .......................................................................................................... 5-54
Figure 5-42 IPSec phase 2 configuration .......................................................................................................... 5-56
Figure 5-43 IPSec configuration tab ................................................................................................................. 5-57
Figure 5-44 Local Log tab ................................................................................................................................. 5-59
Figure 5-45 Remote Log tab ............................................................................................................................. 5-60
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Figure 5-46 “NPT” Time Synch. ........................................................................................................................ 5-61
Figure 5-47 Manual Time Synch. Type ............................................................................................................. 5-62
Figure 5-48 Account tab ................................................................................................................................... 5-63
Figure 5-49 Network Test Tab .......................................................................................................................... 5-65
Figure 5-51 Add an IP address ......................................................................................................................... 5-66
Figure 5-58 Base Information tab .................................................................................................................... 5-68
Figure 5-59 “LAN” info ..................................................................................................................................... 5-69
Figure 5-60 Static IP WAN status ..................................................................................................................... 5-70
Figure 5-61 DHCP
WAN status ...................................................................................................................... 5-70
Figure 5-62 PPPoE WAN status ........................................................................................................................ 5-71
Figure 5-63 Modem Status page ...................................................................................................................... 5-72
Figure 5-64 Routing table page ........................................................................................................................ 5-73
Figure 6-1 Wake up/trigger setting example ..................................................................................................... 6-2
Figure 6-2 Rules setting...................................................................................................................................... 6-3
Figure 6-3 parameter select setting 1 ................................................................................................................ 6-4
Figure 6-4 parameter select setting 2 ................................................................................................................ 6-5
Figure 6-6 IPSec Phase 1 .................................................................................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-7 IPSec Phase 2 .................................................................................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-8 IPSec .................................................................................................................................................. 6-7
Figure 6-9 IPSec status ....................................................................................................................................... 6-7
Figure 6-10 Timing ............................................................................................................................................. 6-8
Figure 6-11 router online ................................................................................................................................... 6-8
Figure 6-12 router off line .................................................................................................................................. 6-9
Figure 6-13 router reboot .................................................................................................................................. 6-9
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Product Introduce
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
1.1 Overview
Simple instroduction of S9922 LTE Router.
1.2 Product Positioning
Product Positioning of S9922 LTE Router
1.3 Function & features
Unique function & features
1.4 Specification
Detail specification of this router
1.1 Overview
S9922 LTE Router based on 3G/LTE technology, except tradition router function like VPN, firewall, NAT,
SNMP, DHCP. S9922 support 3G/LTE as WAN interface, provide up to 100Mbps WAN bandwidth and up to
150Mbps Wi-Fi bandwidth. Plus, S9922 LTE Router support three modes: single module signle SIM, single
module dual SIM, dual module dual SIM mode. The unique feature of S9922 LTE Router is network online &
backup among WAN, WLAN, 3G/LTE network. This feature makes S9922 could maximum the network
availability, reduce the possibility of network failure, to avoid the loss caused by network error. Also,
definable route table makes customers could assign bandwidth by business type, full use the bandwidth
and lower the net delay.
S9922 LTE Router support RICON M2M management platform. By the management platform, you can
check running info of S9922 LTE Router and remote config or remote updates.
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1.2 Product positioning
S9922 LTE Router widely used in Telecon, economic, advertisement, traffic, environment protection
business area.
For example, in economic area, S9922 LTE Router connect server by IPSec & GRE to ensure data security,
and dual module online or dual module switch online ensured network availability. All these technology
ensured safe and reliable data transmission, and minimize the probability of network disconnection, and
maximize the usability of economic business like ATM, POS .etc.
Figure 1-1 Network structure
1.3 Function & Features
Function
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Dual module/WAN/Wi-Fi multiple network mode backup
VPN support, GRE over IPSec, IPsec over PPTP/L2TP.
WAN port support PPPoE, static IP, DHCP client.
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LCP/ICMP/flow/heartbeat check, ensure network usability
SNMP network management, NTP support
Local & remote firmware update
Local & remote log check
Supports DNS proxy and Dynamic DNS (DDNS)
Supports timing operation
Supports LED status indication
Available cellular network
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LTE 800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz
UMTS/HSPA+900/2100MHz
GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900MHz
HSPA+/HSUPA/HSDPA/ WCDMA /UMTS 2100/1900/900/850/800MHz;
EDGE/GPRS/GSM 1900/1800/900/850MHz
HSUPA/HSDPA/UMTS 2100/1900/850MHz
EDGE/GPRS/GSM 1900/1800/900/850MHz
HSUPA/HSDPA/UMTS 2100/1900/900/850MHz
EDGE/GPRS/GSM 1900/1800/900/850MHz
CDMA 2000/EVDO Rev.A 800MHz
CDMA 2000/EVDO Rev.A 800/1900MHz
1.4 Specification
Interface
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4×10/100Mb LAN interface
1×10/100Mb WAN interface
1× RS-232 console port(RJ45)
2× SMA-K antenna interface
2× SMA-K antenna interface (Wi-Fi, optional)
2× Standard SIM/R-UIM interface
1× Standard DC power interface
Power supply
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Voltage:
Dual module Idle:
Dual module communication:
+5V ~+36VDC
204mA@12V DC
330mA@12V DC
Others
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Dimension: 194mm x 105mm x 25mm (not including antenna)
Weight: 540g
Operation temperature: -30~+70℃
Store temperature: -40~+85℃
Related humidity: <95% (non-condensing)
Guarantee: one year
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Product structure
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
2.1 Hardware
S9922 LTE Router hardware.
2.2 Structure
Structure of S9922 LTE Router.
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2.1 Hardware
2.1.1 Appearance & Size
Appearance
Figure 2-1 S9922 LTE Router Appearance
Size
Table 2-1 S9922 LTE Router size
Model
Dimension (mm)
S9922 LTE
Router
194×105×25
Interface
4×10/100Mb LAN interface
1×10/100Mb WAN interface
1× RS-232 console port(RJ45)
2× SMA-K antenna interface
2× SMA-K antenna interface (Wi-Fi, optional)
2× Standard SIM/R-UIM interface
1× Standard DC power interface
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S9922 LTE Router appearance as Figure 2-2, Figure 2-3 shows
Figure 2-2 S9922 LTE Router Figure
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Figure 2-3 S9922 LTE Router bottom view
2.1.2 Accessories
Table 2-2 S9922 LTE Router accessories
Accessories name
Number
Note
S9922 LTE Router
1 pcs
CD-ROM
1 pcs
Optional
3G/LTE antenna
1 or 2 pcs
According to module number inside
Wi-Fi antenna
1 pcs
Optional
GPS antenna
1 pcs
Optional
RJ45 cable
1 pcs
Mounting
1 pair
Optional
Certificate and warranty 1 pcs
card
+12V power adapter
1 pcs
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2.2 Structure
Figure 2-1 Front pannel
SIM1
SIM2
Figure 2-2 Back pannel
ANT1
WPS
CONSOLE
WAN
LAN
RESET POWER ANT2
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Installation of S9922 LTE Router
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
3.1 Unpacking
Unpack S9922 LTE Router box and the packing list.
3.2 How to install
How to install S9922 LTE Router with SIM/UIM card and
Ethernet cable .etc.
3.3 Power supply
Power supply needs of S9922 LTE Router.
3.4 Review
Review
3.1 Unpacking
After received the box of S9922, please unpack it and check if all accessories complete. Please check Table
2-2 as reference.
3.2 How to install
3.2.1 SIM/UIM card install
S9922 LTE Router support dual SIM/UIM carad, so you may need insert dual SIM before config it.
Before install SIM/UIM card, disconnect any power resource of the router.
Step 1 Use a small stick push the yellow button on router, the SIM slot will pop out as Figure
3-1 shows.
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Figure 3-1 Pop out SIM slot
Step 2 Put SIM card in slot at proper direction as Figure 3-2 shows
Figure 3-2 SIM/UIM card install.
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3.2.2 Ethernet cable connection
Use Ethernet port directly connect S9922 LTE Router and computer, or transfereed by a switch.
3.2.3 Serial port connection
When you connect S9922 LTE Router to serial port on lattop or ther deivec, to do this, you need a serial
port to RJ45 cable, this cable is optional. One end connect to computer serial port, the other end connect
the console port on S9922.
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Table 3-1 Serial port to RJ45 cable
Item
RJ45(male)
PIN
2
2(RxD)
PIN
3
3(TxD)
PIN
5
5(GND)
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TO
DB9(Female)
When “DTU” function is not added to device, this port for debug only, not for other
application. When “DTU” function is added to device, be shown under “Application”
section on web GUI, this port is for DTU only, not for debug.
The cable for debug and DTU data transmission is with the same order.
Do not insert any other RJ45 cable into console port, otherwise router may work
abnormal.
3.3 Power supply
In order to get high reliability, S9922 LTE Router adapt wide voltage input: +5V~+36VDC, support hot plug
and complex application environment.
3.4 Review
After connect SIM/UIM card, Ethernet cable, necessary antenna, then connect power cable.
Please connect antenna before connect power cable, otherwise because of Impedance mismatching, signal
maybe poor.
Notice
Step 1 Check antenna connection.
Step 2 Check SIM/UIM card installation to confirm SIM/UIM card is available.
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Step 3 Power on S9922 LTE Router, the LEFT SIM slot is SIM 1, take it as a example:
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After connect power 14s, router RUN solid light, means router system works ok.
After connect power 25s, NET solid light, means router found the module.
After connect power 25s, NET blinking quickly means router start to dial.
After connect power 30s, RF shows the signal level.
After connect power 45s, NET solid light means 3G/LTE connected, if blinking slowly,
means 2G/2.5G connected.
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Before config
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
4.1 LED Status
The meaning of LED status.
4.2 Local config
How to local config S9922 LTE Router.
4.1 LED Status
There are LED on front panel of S9922 LTE Router, they show how S9922 LTE Router works.
Table 4-1 LED instruction
LED name
Status
RUN

Solid light: system normal
Dark: system abnormal or during booting
 Solid light: connect ok
 Blinking: data sending/receiving.
 Dark: no connection.
Same as WAN status.

WAN
LAN1~4
RF1~2




NET1~2


Solid light: good signal, 21~31
Blinking quickly (0.5s): normal signal, 11~20
Blinking slowly(2s): bad signal, 1~10
Dark: no signal
Solid light: connect 3G/LTE ok
Blinking slowly(0.5s): connect 2.5G network ok
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LED name
Status


Blinking quickly(2s): dialing
Dark:No module or no auto-dial
4.2 Local config
Precondition


Already power on S9922 LTE Router
Ethernet cable connect to S9922 LTE Router
You could specify a static IP or DHCP get IP for your computer.
Static IP
Step 1 Click “start > control panel”, find “Network Connections” icon and double click it to
enter, select “Local Area Connection” corresponding to the network card on this
page. Refer to the figure below.
Figure 4-1 Local Area Connection
Step 2 Obtain a IP address automatically, or follow below instruction.
S9922 Router default enabled DHCP server. If it has been disabled, DHCP cannot be use.
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Step 3 Change or add a IP 192.168.8.* on your computer
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Figure 4-2 Connection properties
Figure 4-3 Internet protocol (TCP/IP)
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You could change your IP address or add a IP address in Adcanced setting.

General configuration
This method will temporarily interrupts the communication between the computer under
configuration and LAN, and the specific parameter configuration is shown as below:
IP address: 192.168.8.* (*indicates any integral between 2 to 254)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.8.1
Remember:
S9922 Router LAN port factory default parameter:
IP address: 192.168.8.1;
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
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S9922 Router factory default login parameter:
Management interface login IP address: 192.168.8.1
Login name: admin
Login password: admin

Advanced configuration
If you don’t want to interrupt local PC LAN communication and configure S9922 Router when the
former network configuration exists, it is required add route (IP).
The configuration operation is shown as below:
Click the “Advanced…”button to enter the interface as below:
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Figure 4-4 Advanced TCP/IP Settings
Click the “Add (A)”button under the “IP address (R)”, and fill in the IP address that you want to add:
Figure 4-5 TCP/IP address
After the configuration is completed, click the “Add”. By now the computer has a route to S9922.
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Note:
“Default gateway” depends on whether the configuration computer connects with Internet through
original local network configuration. If Internet is accessed through original local network, the
default gateway setting does not need to be modified; if S9922 Router is used, you need to modify
the default gateway and configure it as S9922 Router’s default LAN IP address 192.168.8.1.
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Network Check
Step 1 IP configuration check
Use the command of ipconfig to check whether the IP address is correctly set or added. You can enter
DOS mode and key-in command: ipconfig, for instance:
C:\>ipconfig
Windows IP Configuration
Ethernet adapter local connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix. :
Auto configuration IP Address . . .: 192.168.8.7
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . .: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.8.1
Step 2 Connectivity check
After the configuration is completed, you can check the connectivity between it and S9922 3G Router
by ping command. Key-in ping command in system command line:
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Figure 4-6 Connectivity check
By now, it means that the configuration computer has been connected to the router. You can carry
out configuration operation on it.
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5
Router config
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
5.1 Overview
Enter S9922 Router WEB GUI to config
5.2 Basic config
Basic config & function
5.3 Application
Advanced function of router like timing operation, link backup
.etc.
5.4 Security
Security setting of S9922
5.5 Forward
NAT & DMZ setting
5.6 VPN
PPTP, L2TP, IPSec & GRE setting.
5.7 System
Updating & maintain
5.8 Status
Router working status.
5.1 Overview
S9922 LTE Router adopts WEB GUI to cofig, all parameter can be modified by this GUI, and it is easy to
understand.
5.2 Basic config
Through this chapter, you could achieve basic function: visit internet
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5.2.1 Login WEB GUI
Step 1 Run a Internet Explorer and visit “http://192.168.8.1/”, to enter identity page
Figure 5-1 User identity page
Step 2 User should use default user name and password when log in for the first time:
User name: admin
Password: admin
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5.2.2 Network config
Network connection config, including LAN, WAN, cellular network, Wi-Fi(optional), parameter switch, DHCP
setting.
LAN
LAN setting used to manage local area network PC which connect to S9922, make them could visit internet
and the network segment connectivity normal.
Step 1 Login S9922 WEB GUI
Step 2 Single click “Network > LAN”.
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Figure 5-2 LAN window
Step 3 LAN parameter .
Table 5-1 LAN Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Host name
router name
Manual input, Maximum length
limited to 32 word type character
IP1~4
Divide sub-network, those Manual input
sub-net could communicate.
Format: A.B.C.D/Mask
IP1 default: 192.168.8.1/24
Step 4 Single click “save” icon, done.
After change the LAN IP, if page has no response anymore, please make sure your PC address is in the
same network segment, or set a new IP to your PC to insure that.
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WAN
Wired connect to Internet by static IP, DHCP or PPPoE
Step 1 Login S9922 WEB GUI
Step 2 Single click “network > WAN”
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Figure 5-3 WAN window
Step 3 WAN connection type
Table 5-2 WAN connection type parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Connection
Type
WAN Connection Type
DropDownList Selection:



Static IP: Manual set WAN IP, if set
static IP, need manual set gateway,
DNS.etc.
DHCP: DHCP get IP address
PPPoE: PPPoE dial to get IP, usually
you need connect to a ADSL modem
Step 4 Single click “save” icon.
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Modem
S9922 Router core function, connect Internet by cellular modem, S9922 Router support single modem
single SIM, single modem dual SIM, dual modem dual SIM, those three working type provide internet
connection to customers. Usually 3G network bandwidth is 1~5Mbps, 3.5G up to 20Mbps and LTE up to
100Mbps
Step 1 Login S9922 WEB GUI
Step 2 Single click “network > Modem”.
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Figure 5-4 Modem window
Step 3 Operation:

add
1.
Single click “add”, window shows like below
Figure 5-5 Modem page
2.
Input suiable parameter
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Table 5-3 “Modem” Parameter instruction
Parameter
Auto-dialup
Module type
Details
Operation
 Enable
Auto-dialup current modem, if all
 Disable
modem auto-dialup disabled, router
will not auto-dialup
If your router has dual cellular module DropDownList
inside, you could choose which
 modem
module to use here.
 modem2
 If your router has
only one module,
no such option.
Interface Name
Interface name,
interface
to
identify
this WORD type, up to 12
characters
APN
APN, provided by local ISP, usually WORD type, up to 64
CDMA/EVDO network do not need bytes
this parameter
Service code
Usually *99***1#,
CODE type, up to 64
bytes
CDMA/EVDO: #777.
Username/Password Provided by ISP
WORD
type/CODE
type, up to 64 bytes
SIM

Network type
Only Single module dual SIM router
has this option, used to select SIM
card
Network type force to 2.5G or 3G/LTE.

SIM1
SIM2
DropDownList
WCDMA:



auto
wcdma
edge
EVDO:



auto
evdo
cdma
LTE, HSPA+ module
force
3G
means
3G/LTE auto, AUTO
means 2.5G/3G/LTE
auto
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Advance Setting
PPP process advcanced parameter, do Single click to show
not suggest to modify the setting. If advanced setting
necessary, contact us for support
Authentication (need match server end, default auto-negotiation)
CHAP
PAP
Challenge-Handshake Authentication
Protocol, a way to send real password
when build ppp link, improved
security.

Password Authentication Protocol


CHAP is prior to PAP

MS-CHAP

MS-CHAP
MicrosoftChallenge-Handshake
Authentication Protocol
Disable
Negotiation

Disable
Negotiation
Disable
Negotiation
Based on MPPE
MS2-CHAP

MS-CHAP second version

EAP

PPP Extensible Authentication
Protocol

Disable
Negotiation
Disable
Negotiation
Compress (need match server end, default disable)
Compression
Control Protocol
Negotiate which compress control
protocol used on PPP link

Address/Control
Compression
Whether compress IP address

Protocol
Compression



Field

VJ TCP/IP Header
Compress

Connection-ID
Compression



Disable
Negotiation
Disable
Negotiation
Disable
Negotiation
Disable
Negotiation
Disable
Negotiation
More
Debug
Peer’s DNS
Enable PPP dialing log, default value is
enable, in order to check more info
about dialing, suggest no changing.


Disable
Negotiation
Auto get peer DNS when PPP dialing.

Disable
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Parameter
Details
Operation
DNS is necessary if want visit domain
name. In order to forbid LAN pc visit
domain name, you may disable it.

Negotiation
LCP interval/Retry
After PPP dialing succeed, LCP is Value area :1~512
needed to keep PPP link alive. Also it Unit: second
could used to quickly spot network
Default value: 30/5
interrupt and reconnect.
MTU
the number of bytes of the Value area :128~
maximum transfer unit by PPP 16364 byte
interface, sometimes financial data
has request on this.
MRU
the number of bytes of the Value area :128~
maximum receive unit by PPP 16364 byte
interface, sometimes financial data
has request on this.
Local IP
Set the local IP address when PPP A.B.C.D,
dialing, need ISP support
Example: 10.10.10.1
Remote IP
Set the remote IP address when PPP A.B.C.D,
dialing, need ISP support
Example:
10.10.10.254
Professional






nomppe.
mppe required
mppe stateless
nodeflate
nobsdcomp
default-asyncmap
Do
not
suggest
modify,
please
contact us for help if
necessary.
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Figure 5-6 Single module single SIM/dual module dual SIM
Figure 5-7 Single module dual SIM
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Figure 5-8 Advanced setting
3.
Single click “save” icon to finish.
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Grey icon means enabled.
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Parameter select (Recommend to Single module dual SIM version)
Router parameter select function is used for multi-function switch, like VPN parameter
switch, SIM parameter switch, multi-sever switch .etc. You could pre-config several
network parameter and switch between them, to achieve multiple Teloecom operator
backup. This function also could switch VPN setting, for example, when modem 1
online it connect VPN 1, modem 2 online it connect VPN server, they cannot connect at
same time because conflict, by this function you could easily switch when network
failure.
Step 1 Login S9922 WEB GUI
Step 2 Single click “Network > parameter select”.
Figure 5-9 parameter select
Step 3 Add, modify, del, enable and disable the parameter select rule

add
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Figure 5-10 add rule
Table 5-4 Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Status
For enabled rule: Only one rule is
running at one time, when it check
failed, next rule start running.

For disabled rule: all
interface also disabled.

Enable
Disable
related
Basic settings
Rule name
Name value decided running order
Value area :[0,9]
Interval/RetryTimes Check interval and retry time, if all Value area :1~512
check failed, switch to next rule
Units: seconds/time
Default: 60/3
Running timeout
Not available for rule 0
Value area :1~65535
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Parameter
Details
Operation
This parameter restrict current rule Units: seconds
running time, when timeout, switch
to rule0, if do not set, switch to
next rule
Select a interface to check
Interface name
Set related modem interface
DropDownList to choose,
current available option
will show below
Check method
If state, router will check link state.
DropDownList
If ICMP, router will ping the ICMP IP
address to check


state
icmp
This function is control how the router online & offline, and use which modem to online.
Please notice timing task is execute a operation and keep the status, but parameter
select only execute a operation. So they do not conflict
But Link backup function may conflict with parameter select function , if you set both,
final running result may not as you presume.
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Connection type
Step 1 Login S9922 WEB GUI
Step 2 Single click “Network > Connection type”.
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Figure 5-11 Connection type window
Table 5-5 Connection type Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Work mode
Gateway: IP data transfer with MASQ DropDownList
Router: all IP data just transfer, no MASQ  gateway
Default Gateway, do not suggest to  route
change
Default route Default route
Operation
DropDownList
Gateway
If default route is wan static IP, need Example: 192.168.10.254
specify gateway and DNS
DNS type
If Interface, will get DNS automatically
DropDownList


interface
custom
DNS1/DNS2
Manual set DNS
Example: 8.8.8.8
Interface
name
Router will get DNS address from this DropDownList
interface
 modem
 modem2
 eth0
Step 3 Single click “save” icon.
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Link Backup
This function used to set how to backup network among modem1, modem2, and WAN
port, to secure network availability.
There are hot backup and cold backup, hot backup means the backup link will always
connected, so switch time is less, but cost extra flow fee..
Step 1 Login S9922 WEB GUI
Step 2 Single click “network > Link Backup”.
Figure 5-12 Link Backup
Table 5-6 Link Backup Parameter
Parameter
Details
Operation

Status

Backup Mode
Hot: main
connected.
and
backup
link
Enable
Disable
both DropDownList

Cold: backup link only connected when
main link failed.

cold
hot
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Parameter
Details
Switch mode



Operation
None: Main link down, switch to DropDownList
backup, Main link recover, switch back
 none
immediately.
 timeout
Timeout: Main link down, switch to
 interbackup
backup, after timeout time, switch
back.
Interbackup: Current link down, switch,
no main link.
Main Steady Router will check main link, only it is Value area: 1~65535
steady over this setting time, router Units: seconds
time
consider main link is normal.
Backup least Router will work on backup link time at Value area :1~65535
time
least this setting time.
Units: seconds
This setting prior to Main Steady time.
Main link
No use when interbackup
DropDownList



Backup link
No use when interbackup
DropDownList



Check IP
modem
modem2
wan
modem
modem2
wan
Router will PING this IP to check network
Normal
Check interval and retry time, if arrived Value area :1~65535
Interval/Retry retry time, link down
Units: seconds/time
time
Failure
interval
If link normal, ICMP check by normal Value area :1~65535
interval, if PING no response, ICMP check Units: seconds
by failure interval to fast check link,
suggest set 3~5s.
Step 3 Single click “save” icon.
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5.3 Application program configuration
Based on years of customers experience for different applications, besides SNMP, DDNS, S9922 4G Router
has developed many functions for wireless network equipment, such as ICMP check, interface flow check
function, M2M terminal management function, task management function and waking on demand
function.
5.3.1 ICMP check
There is fake link (can get IP after dialing, but cannot link to destination address). Usually LCP is used to
avoid this. Besids LCP, S9922 4G router can use another more reliable checking way ICMP which check the
link by PING. When abnormal link is checked, the preset action will be executed to recover the link and
systems quickly. Initially ICMP is to check wireless link, and now it can be used to check VPN link and
supports simultaneous check in different rules. It supports maxmum 10 ICMP check rules.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
See “5.2.1 Login WEB GUI”
Step 2 Click “applications > ICMP Check”.
Open “ICMP Check” tab.
Figure 5-13 ICMP Check tab
Step 3 “Add”, “Modify”, “Delete”, “Enable” “Disable” the function of “ICMP Check”.

Add
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Figure 5-14 ICMP adding page
2.
Configure the ICMP check parameter.
Table 5-7 ICMP check rules Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
ICMP check
service
To enable or disable ICMP check
rules, multiple rules can be used
simultaneously, and one specific rule
can be disabled.
Button
Rule Name
ICMP Check rule name, just to
distinguish different rules
WORD type, max 12 byte,
Destination
address
Destination address of ICMP check,
can be domain name and also canbe
IP address. If domaine name, DNS of
the router shall be configured
correctly.
WORD type, max 64 byte,


Enable
Disable
Basic Config
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Destination
backup
A backup destination address of
ICMP check, if “destination address”
cannot be linked by ICMP check, the
“destination backup” address will be
cheched, if still cannot linked, the
router will recongnize ICMP check
fails.
WORD type, max 64 byte,
Retry
times/normal
interval
Check time interval and max check
failure times when link is OK, if check
failure times reaches the max times,
then “timeout action ” will be
executed, e.g “modem reset”.
Value area :1~65535
Source type
Sometimes, the checked address is
not a public address, e.g a subnet of
VPN. In case of this, the subnet
address should be the source
address of PING, and then the host
machine of the subbet can be linked
by PING.
DropDownList:
Source IP
When souce type chooses “custom”,
Source IP must be IP address of an
interface of the router. This case is
usually used if an interface cannot
be chosen in checking TUNNEL.
Interface type A.B.C.D,see
Failed interval
This is a special checking method of
our company in ICMP checking. If
link is normal, normal interval is
used in ICMP check. If abnormal,
failed interval is used to check the
failed link quickly. Usually failed
interval is suggested 3-5s.
Value area :1~65535
Unit: second/time




none
br0
modem
modem2
Default is none, which
means there is no source
addess of PING. Please be
noted if both modules are
on line, usually source
address policy routing shall
be added when modem
interface is chosen as
source address.
Unit: second
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Timeout action
An action when check failure times
reach max failure times. Can be
modem-reset, reboot, custom.
DropDownList options




Run commands
3.
modem-reset:modem
redials
modem2-reset:
modem2 redials
reboot:router reboots
custom:customized
action
If “Timeout action” is “custom”, this WORD type, max 64 byte,
shall be comfigured. Commands are
BGO operation. It is not suggested to
use, if need, pls contact our technical
engineers.
Single click “save” to finish a ICMP check rule.
If ICMP is normal, ICMP packet is sent at “normal interval”. When abnormal, packet will be sent
continuously at “failed interval”. If “destination address” cannot be linked and checking times reach
“retry times”, “destination backup” will be checked. if “destination address” can be linked in checking
“distination backup”, “destination address” will be checked again. If “destination backup” cannot be
linked and checking times reach “retry times”, “Timeout action” will be executed.



Modify
Delete
Enable
If already enabled, the button “EN” is gray.

Disable
If already disabled, the button “DIS” is gray

Refresh
Click “refresh” to refresh the page.
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5.3.2 DDNS configuration
Network of SIM/UIM shall be a public address so that router can be visited for a DDNS.
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Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Applications” > “DDNS”
Figure 5-15 DDNS configuration
Step 3 Comfigure DDNS parameter.
Table 5-8 DDNS Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
DDNS Service
Set whether enable DDNS
service function
Button


Enable
Disable
Basic Config
Service Provider
Select the DDNS service
provider that router
currently supports, don’t
support other providers.
DropDownList options







3322
88ip
Dnsexit
Dyndns
Zoneedit
changeip
custom
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Parameter
Details
Operation
When “custom” in “service
provider” is seleted,
“Server IP or Domain” will
be configured. Default is
standard DDNS protocol.
for customized protocol,
pls contact our engineer.
WORD type, max 64 byte,
Set the port number of the
DDNS server provided by
the service provider. The
default port number is 80.
Value area: 1~65535
User
name/Password
Set user name/password of
the DDNS service
registered in the service
provider.
Normal WORD type/CODE type, max
64 byte.
User Domain
Set the domain of the
DDNS service provided by
the service provider.
Normal WORD type, max 64 byte.
Update Interval
Set the interval of the
Value area: 120~86400
DDNS client obtains new IP, Unit: seconds
suggest 240s or above.
Server IP or
Domain
Server Port
If empty, it means 80 port
Step 4 Click “save”to complete DDNS configuration



DDNS in China: 88IP (www.88ip.net), 3322 (www.3322.org)
DDNS outside of China: DNSEXIT (www.dnsexit.com), ZONEEDIT(www.zoneedti.com),
CHANGEIP(www.changeip.com), DYNDNS(www.members.dyndns.org)
Afer router reboots, IP address which SIM/UIM gets from ISPs will change. If user uses DDNS in
remote login, no matter the IP address changes, he can log on the router.
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5.3.3 SNMP configuration (optional)
SNMP(Simple Network Management Protocol)can monitor routers remotely and get
to know the status of routers (to support VPN status check, MIB of our company shall
be used).
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Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Applications > SNMP” to open the “SNMP” tab.
Figure 5-16 SNMP configuration
Step 3 Configure SNMP parameter .
Table 5-9 SNMP Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
SNMP service
To enable or disable SNMP service
Options:


Enable
Diable
Basic Config
Port
Community
SNMP port, suggest to be default
port161.
Value area: 1~65535
Community Password of SNMP client
to router SNMP. Used for
identification.
WORD type, max 16 byte.
Default: 161
Step 4 Single click “save” icon to finish SNMP configuration.
MIB for SNMPcab be downloaded from our website, if necessary, please contact our technical
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5.3.4 M2M configuration
S9922 4G Router has embedded a WMMP (Wireless Machine-to-Machine Protocol) protocol to realize
communication with M2M (Machine-to-Machine) platform which can remotely monitor and manage the
routers and its network, e.g visit the router, patch upgrading, firmware upgrading, parameter
configuration, monitor the network strenghth, time delay, flow. Its configuration is as follows:
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Applications > M2M” to open M2M configuration tab.
Figure 5-17 M2M configuration
Step 3 Configure M2M parameter .
Parameter instruction is shown.
Table 5-10 M2M Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
M2M service
To enable or disable M2M function.
This function shall be used with our
M2M platform.
Button


Enable
Disable
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Server IP or
Domain
Set the server IP or domain of M2M
platform.
Normal WORD type, max
64 byte.
Server Port
WMMP port No, shall be the same
with Port No of M2M platform server
Value area: 1~65535
Login Times
Max retry times of router to login
M2M platform. If login times reach
max times, the router will reboot,
M2M will initialize and login again.
Value area: 1~5
Heartbeat
Interval
Time interval to send heartbeat
which maintain the like with M2M
platform server. The heartbeat
includes the network status info
which will update the network info of
the M2M platform.
Value area: 1~65535
Retry Times
There is a retry mechanism for
package exchange between router
and M2M platform. When exchange
times reach retry times, router will
judge the exchange fails and usually
no operation will be made.
Value area: 1~5
The time to judge an exchange fails,
if an exchange uses time which
exceeds the “task failure time”,
router will judge the exchange fails
and will retry to send the exchange.
Value area: 1~65535
Basic Config
Task Failure
Time
Unit: times
Unit: seconds
Unit: seconds
Unit: seconds
Step 4 Single click “save” icon to finish the configuration.
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5.3.5 Timing configuration
This application is to control the online time of the router to better manage network
and save 3G/4G flow. S9922 can add several online period as per the user’s
requirement (e.g. hours of some day). in addition, this application can support to
begin some tasks at a time point (e.g redial or reboot at 00:00). Max 10 tasks.
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Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Applications > M2M” to open M2M configuration tab.
Figure 5-18 Timing configuration
Step 3 To add a timing task, pls click “Add”.
Figure 5-19 To add timing task
Step 4 Configure timing task parameter .
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Table 5-11 Timing task parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Status
To enable or disable a timing
task. Some task shall be
enabled together with NTP.
options
Task name
Name of a timing task.
Max 12 digits.
Task type
Task type has action task and
status task. Action task is for
time point or time interval,
while status task is for time
period (for “modem-online”
and “modem2-online”),
which means that the
modem will be online (if
down, modem will
automatically redial) during
the configured time period.
Modem will be offline (no
dialing) for other time.
Drop DownList options:
This is BGO command.
Usually suggested not to use
it. In case of need, pls
contact our technical
engineers.
WORD type. Max 64 digits.
Range or interval for status
task or action task.
DropDownList options:


Enable
Disable
Basic Config
Schedule




modem-online
modem2-online
reboot
custom
if select “custom”, “schedule” will
be shown to input command (can
be diaup or other command). Max
64 bytes
Set time
Time type


range
interval
When “time type” select “range”
Clock
Day
To input hour and minute.
When beginning and end
hour and minute are the
same, it means a time point
for action task.
Value area: [00:00,23:59]
Days in a month for task
Value area: [01,31]
Format: HH:mm-HH:mm
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Format: XX-XX
Week
Days in a week for task.
When “day” and “week” are
both input, it means only if
both conditions meet, the
task will begin.
Value area: [1,7]
Format: X-X
1 for Monday
When “time type” select “Interval”
Interval
Time interval for action task
Value area: 1~65535
Unit: minutes
Step 5 Single click “save” icon to finish “Timing” configuration
When “range” is selected, NTP shall be enabled . when “interval” is selected, no such requirement. For
“NPT” configuration
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5.3.6 Wake up configuration
3G/4G fee is mostly based on flow. S9922 4G router can get on/off line on demand. It supports on/offline
or reboot triggered by voice, SMS or data. It supports max 10 cellphone Nos.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Applications > Wake up” to open “Wak up” tab.
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Figure 5-20 Wake up configuration
Step 3 Configure “wake up” parameter.
After finish “basic setting” parameter, click “save” to save it in the flash memory.
Table 5-12 Wake up Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Wake up service
To enable or disable the service.
Options:


Enable
Disable
Add phone Number
Phone Number
Phone No to trigger the router
action. One phone No for one
WORD type. Max 32 digits.
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Parameter
Details
Operation
action of one modem.
Task type
Triggered action includes
modem-up, modem-down,
reboot.
DropDownList options





modem-down
modem-up
modem2-down
modem2-up
reboot
Basic setting
Wake up
method
Offline method
Online time
Data trigger
To configure actions triggered, it
supports phone and data. If
choose phone, pls be sure that
the SIM card has opened voice or
SMS service. Usually recommend
voice wakeup with high efficience
and don’t need SMS charge.
DropDownList options
Support “timeout” and “idle”.
“timeout” means router will get
offline once time reaches the
configured time commencing
from online time. “idle” means if
idle (no data transmission) time is
as long as the configured time,
the router will get offline.
DropDownList options
Online time of router, for “idle”,
online time will recalculated if
there is data transmission.
Value area :0~86400
Configured as wakeup by data.
When router receives data from
external network, the modem will
be triggered to be online, LAN
data and broadcast data will not
trigger actions. If configured as
“phone&data”, either phone or
data can trigger actions
DropDownList options




phone/date
phone
timeout
idle
Unit: second



modem-up
modem2-up
modem-all-up
Step 4 click “ADD” to add a new wake up rule.
After add a new rule, the rule will be shown on the bottom. To click “Del” to delete the rule.
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





one phone number be set for actions of different modems, but cannot be set as differenct actions
of one modem.
It’s OK for either SIM of the two SIMs of S9922 4G Router to open SMS or voice function, no matter
which slot to be installed.
“Data” will trigger only actions: modem-up/modem2-up/modem-all-up
If “online time” is set as 0, it means router will be always online. To get the router offline, pls
choose actions to trigger offline.
“online time” in “wake up” will affect other functions like SIM switch, network backup, task
management. So when users set wakeup parameter, pls note whether there is conflict with other
fuctions.
Voice trigger: router will begin the action after 5 seconds of the sound “du”.
5.3.7 DTU configuration (Optional)
DTU(Data transfer Unit)is to transfer data for meters with RS232 interface from site to center through
3G/4G network. It support TCP/UDP Client/Server mode.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Routers.
Step 2 Click “Applications > DTU” to open “DTU” tab.
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Figure 5-21 DTU configuration
Step 3 Configure “DTU” parameter.
Table 5-13 DTU Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
DTU Service
Visit the router on web
Enable/Disable DTU service
Work Mode
Connection mode
Select from DropDownList
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Parameter
Details
Operation



Server: 3G router act as
TCP/UDP server
Client: 3G router act as
TCP/UDP client
DDPClient: 3G router act as
UDP client with RICON protocol.
Local Port
Local port of TCP/IP
connection
Specify the port number
Protocol
Protocol of TCP/IP connection
Select protocol
Received
Timeout
Receive data coming from 3G
network timeout, then pack
received data
Specify time to pack data
RS232 Data
Timeout
Receive data coming from
RS232 interface timeout, then
pack received data
Specify time to pack data
Server IP or
Domain
Server IP or Domain of TCP/IP
connection
Input IP or domain
Server Port
The center side TCP/IP
connection server port
Input port number
Connect Interval
The interval DTU retry to
connect to TCP/IP connection
server
Input interval time
Retry Times
DTU retry connection after
failed connect to server
Input the number of times
Heartbeat Data
Data to maintain connection
Input any characters except “!”
Rate
Serial port setting
Acording to connected device
Parity
Serial port setting
Acording to connected device
Databit
Serial port setting
Acording to connected device
Stopbit
Serial port setting
Acording to connected device
Step 4 Single click “save” icon to finish “DTU” configuration
DTU will start to work when modem is online if it is enabled.
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5.3.8 GPS configuration (Optional)
GPS is to transfer GPS data the device gets from satellite. It uses UDP protocol.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Routers.
Step 2 Click “Applications > GPS” to open “GPS” tab.
Figure 5-22 GPS configuration
Table 5-14 GPS Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
GPS Service
Visit the router on web
Enable/Disable GPS service
Work Mode
Connection mode
Client mode
Product Mark
Mark device with this ID
Add a mark to end of data
Local Port
Local port of UDP connection
Select port number
Server IP or
Domain
Server IP or domain for getting
the GPS data
Specify server IP or domain
Server Port
Server port for getting the GPS
data
Specify server port
Step 1 Single click “save” icon to finish “GPS” configuration
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5.4 Security
5.4.1 Overview
“Security” will control where the data can pass through by analyzing IP address and port of ICMP, TCP/IP
package from the destination end or source end. S9922 4G Router supports IP filter, domain filter and MAC
filter.
5.4.2 configuration
IP Filter
IP filter refers to judgement whether to allow router to faward the data according to
filter rules, thus to manage internet surfing of PC in LAN. IP filter is used to allow part of
PCs in LAN to visit external WAN network or forbidden some PCs from visiting specific
website.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Secutiry > IP Filter” to open “IP Filter” tab.
Figure 5-23 IP Filter tab
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new IP filter rule and configure IP filter parameter. There are two
types of IP filter: “Basic” and “Expand”. To add a rule.
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Figure 5-24 IP filter “Basic” type
Figure 5-25 IP Filter “Expand” type
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Table 5-15 IP filter parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Type
To select an IP filter type, “Basic” or
“Expand”.
Select “Basic” or “Expand”.


ID
Basic: standard IP filter, not for
port.
Expand: for specific port IP filter.
To name this rule.
Value range: [2000,2699]
for “Basic”;
Value range: [3000,3699]
for “Expand”.
Default action
The default action of this rule, to
choose “Accept” or “Drop”


Select “Accept” or “Drop”.
Accep: firewall will accept this
package and allow this package
pass.
Drop: firewall will drop this
package.
Protocol
To set data communication protocol, To select one in
for “Basic” type, “TCP”, “UDP”, ICMP” DropDownList
or “ALL” can be selected. For
“Expand” type, “TCP” or “UDP” can
be selected.
Source type
(only for
“Basic”)
IP address type of data source end,
“custom”, “any” or “host” can be
selected



Select from DropDownList
Custom: IP address will be
customized.
Any: any IP address.
Host: for single IP address.
Source IP
To set IP address of data source end
(when “Source type” is selected as
“custom” and “host”).
Format: A.B.C.D type.
Wildcard Bits
To set the wildcard bits of data
sending end.
Format: A.B.C.D type.
(only for “custom” in “source type” in
“Basic”.)
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Source Port
To set port No of data sending end,
only for “Expand” type.
Value area :1~65535
Destination type To select IP address type of data
(only for
receiveing end. “interface”, “any” to
“Basic”)
be selected
Selected from
DropDownList.
Destination IP
Format: A.B.C.D type.
IP address of data receiving end.
(only for “custom” in “Destination
type” in “Basic”.)
Wildcard Bits
To set the wildcard bits of data
receiving end.
Format: A.B.C.D type.
(only for “custom” in “Destination
type” in “Basic”.)
Destination Port
To set port No of data receiving end.
Only for “Expand”.
Value area :1~65535
Step 4 Single click “save” to finish.
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Domain Filter
Domain filter support black list and white list. It is used to firbid PCs in LAN from visit
someb websites or allow them to visit specific webistes.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Secutiry > Domain Filter” to open “Domain Filter” tab.
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Figure 5-26 Domain filter tab


Black list: websites in the blacklist cannot be visited. Click “black list” to forbid visiting
the websites in the list.
White lis: only the websites in the whitelist can be visited, while other websites cannot
be visited. Click “White list” to activate it.
Step 3 Click “ADD” to add a new domain filter rule and configure domain filtering parameter.
Figure 5-27 Domain filter tab
Table 5-16 Domain Filter parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Domain
keyword
Keyword of domain for filter
WORD type, max 64 digits.
Default action
Actions to filter the keyword
E.g. www.google.com, the keyword
is “google”.


Accept.
Drop
Step 4 Single click “Save” to finish configuring a rule.
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MAC Filter
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Secutiry > MAC Filter” to open “MAC Filter” tab.
Figure 5-28 MAC Filter tab
Table 5-17 MAC Filter explanation
Parameter
Details
Operation
Input configuration
Action
To activate MAC
input filtering black
list / white list.


Blacklist: rules in blacklist cannot visit router,
other MACs can visit router.
Whitelist: rules in whitelist can visit router,
other MACs cannot visit router.
Forward configuration
Action
To activate MAC
forward filtering
black list / white
list.


Blacklist: rules in blacklist cannot visit external
network, other MACs can visit external network
through router.
Whitelist: rules in whitelist can visit external
network, other MACs cannot visit external
network through router.
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new MAC filter rule and configure MAC filtering parameter.
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Figure 5-29 MAC Filter configuration
Table 5-18 MAC Filter Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
MAC
MAC to be filtered
WORD type MAC format:
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
Default Action
Default actions of the rule. Can be
“accept” or “Drop”:
To choose “accept” or
“Drop”
Basic Settings


Filter mode
Accept: to accept all packages from
this MAC.
Drop: to drop all packages from this
MAC.
To choose “Input”, “Forward” or
“Both”.



To choose “Input”,
“Forward” or “Both”.
Input: all packages visiting router.
Forward: all packages forwarded by
router.
Both: both Input and forward.
Step 4 Single click “save” icon to finish.
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5.5 Forward configuration
5.5.1 Overview
Forward function of S9922 4G Router includes NAT, Routing, dynamic routing (RIP, OSPF) (optioanal) and
QoS (optional).
5.5.2 NAT
NAT configuration rule
NAT stands for Network Address Translation, DMZ for Demilitarized Zone.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Forward > NAT” to open “NAT” tab.
Figure 5-30 NAT tab
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new NAT rule.
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Figure 5-31 NAT rule configuration
Step 4 Configure NAT rule parameter .
Table 5-19 NAT Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Select
To choose “NAT” or
“MASQ” for the rule
Choose “NAT”.
Chain
NAT Type
Choose from DropDownList
Basic Settings


srcnat(Source Network Address
Translation): router will convert
source address of package into
configured address of NAT.
dstnat(Destination Network Address
Translation): router will convert the
destination address of packages into
configured address of NAT.
Protocol
Supports “TCP”, “UDP”,
“ICMP” or “ALL”
Select from DropDownList
Source Address
Set the source IP address.
e.g. 192.168.8.1
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Source port
When choose “TCP” or
“UDP” “source port”
needs to be configured
for port of “TCP” or
“UDP”.
Value area: 1~65535
Replace address
To set IP address of LAN
PC of NAT forwarding.
e.g. 192.168.8.1
Replace port
When choose “TCP” or
“UDP” “Replace port”
needs to be configured
for port of “TCP” or
“UDP”.
Value area :1~65535
Step 5 Single click “save” icon to finish.
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MASQ rule configuration
MASQ is MASQUREADE
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Forward > NAT” to open “NAT” tab.
Step 3 Click “Add” and choose “MASQ”
Figure 5-32 MASQ configuration
Step 4 Configure MASQ rule parameter .
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Table 5-20 MASQ rule Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Select
To select “NAT” or “MASQ”
Select “MASQ”.
Interface
Interface includes:
Select from DropDownList




br0: use br0 interface as
commucation address between
rouer & LAN and external network.
Modem: use modem interface as
commucation address between
rouer & LAN and external network.
modem2: use modem2 interface as
commucation address between
rouer & LAN and external network.
eth0: use eth0 interface as
commucation address between
rouer & LAN and external network.
Step 5 Single click “save” icon to finish.
DMZ (demilitarized zone): when external address of NAT is “0.0.0.0/0”, and “Chain” is “dstnat” it
represents all packages sent to router will be forwarded to internal address of NAT. when external
address of NAT is “0.0.0.0, and “Chain” is “srcnat”. It represents the source address of all packages sent
from NAT internal address will be converted into interface address of router.
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5.5.3 Routing
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Forward > Routing” to open “Routing” tab.
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Figure 5-33 Routing tab
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new static routing rule.
Figure 5-34 Static Routing configuration
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Figure 5-35 Policy routing configuration
Step 4 Configure routing parameter.
Table 5-21 Routing Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
To select “static route” or
“policy route”.
Select in DropDownList
Basic settings
Route type
When select “static route” for “Route Type”
Network
To set destination adderss and
netmask of static route.
Format: A.B.C.D/M
Gateway type
To set the gateway of static
route including:
Select from DropDownList


Gateway
Interface
Static IP
To set next hop IP address of
static route, or port address of
neighboring router.
To select from DropDownList
When choose “policy route” for “route type”
Source type
To set source address type of
policy route.

Select from DropDownList
Static IP
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Parameter
Details

Network
Source interface
Interface
Need to input network address
when “source type” selected as
“Static IP”.
Input distination address and
digits of subbet mask.
Need to configure if “interface”
is selected. To select source
address of policy route.
Select from DropDownList


Gateway type
Operation
modem
modem2
To set the next hop address of
policy route.


Format: A.B.C.D/M.
DropDownList
Static IP
interface
Gateway
Need to input IP address when
“static IP” is selected for
“gateway type”.
Format: A.B.C.D/M.
Priority
Priority of policy route, the
lowerpriority No is, the higher
level priority is
Value area: [1,32000]
Step 5 Single click “save” icon to finish.
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5.6 VPN configuration
5.6.1 Overview
S9922 4G Router supports VPN (Virtual Private Network) including L2TP/PPTP/GRE/IPIP/IPSEC. What’s
more, it supports VPN OVER VPN, e.g. GRE over IPSec, IPSec over PPTP/L2TP/GRE/IPIP.
5.6.2 VPDN configuration
VPDN stands for Virtual Private Dial-up Networks. Now VPDN supports L2TP and PPTP
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
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See “5.2.1 Login WEB GUI”
Step 2 Click “VPN > VPDN” to open “VPDN” tab.
Figure 5-36 VPDN configuration
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new VPDN rule.
Figure 5-37 VPDN rule configuration
Step 4 Configure VPDN rule parameter .
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Table 5-22 VPDN rule parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
VPDN service
To enable or disable the VPDN rule
Click “Enable”
Interface name
Name of this VPDN rule.
Cannot be modified after
save.
protocol
VPDN protocol includes
Select from DropDownList,
cannot be modified after
save.
Basic Settings


L2TP
PPTP
Service IP or
Domain
IP or domain of server to be visited.
To input the IP or domain
of server to be visited.
Username
Username of server to be visited
To input the username.
Password
Password of server to be visited
To input password.
Adwanced
settings
Advanced parameter of PPP link.
Step 5 Single click “save” icon to finish.
After a VPDN rule is added, router will build VPN communication with service address automatically. To see
the tunnel status, click “View” in “Tunnel” tab.
Figure 5-38 L2TP tunnel status
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5.6.3 Tunnel configuration
Tunnel supports GRE and IPIP.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “VPN > Tunnel” to open “Tunnel” tab.
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new tunnel.
Figure 5-39 Tunnel configuration
Step 4 Configure Tunnel rule parameter .
Table 5-23 Tunnel rule parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
IP Tunnel
Service
To enable or disable IP tunnel
service.
Click “Enable”.
Name of the tunnel, cannot be
Input the name of tunnel
Basic Settings
Tunnel name
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Parameter
Details
Operation
modified after save.
Tunnel Mode
Tunnel mode:


Select from DropDownList
gre
ipip
Local virtual IP
Virtual IP address of local tunnel.
Format: interface type
A.B.C.D/M.
Interface type
To choose “interface” or “static
IP”.
Select from DropDownList.
Local Extern
interface
This perameter will need to be
set if “interface” is selected in
“interface type”. Choose any
connected interface as exeternal
interface.
Select from DropDownList.
Local extern IP
This paremeter need to be set if
“static IP” is selected for
“interface type”. It is to set IP
address to external network.
Format: interface type
A.B.C.D/M.
Peer extern IP
External interface IP of
counterpart network tunnel.
Usually a public IP address, also
can be a LAN IP
Format: interface type
A.B.C.D/M.
Step 5 Single click “save” icon to finish.
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5.6.4 IPSec configuration
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “VPN > IPSec” to open “IPSec” tab.
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Figure 5-40 IPSec tab
Step 3 Click “Add” to add a new IPSec rule.
There are 3 phases for IPSec configuration:
1.
Phase 1 parameter
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Figure 5-41 IPSec phase 1 configuration
Table 5-24 IPSec Phase 1 Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Select
To select which phase of IPSec,
phase 1, phase 1 or phase IPSec
Select “Phase 1”
Policy Name
Name of phase 1, mainly to
match phase “IPSec”
To input the name of phase 1.
Cannot be changed after save.
Initial Mode
To choose “main” or “aggr”.
Select from DropDownList,
“aggr” is recommended
Encrypt
Supports 3des and aes
Select from DropDownList
Basic Settings
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Hash
Supports md5 and sha1.
Select from DropDownList
Authentication
To select authentication
Select from DropDownList,
presently only “PSK” supported
Pre Share Key
To set pre share key
Max 24 letters.
Self Identify
To set the self ID of IPSec
To input the ID, need to match
the ID of other side.
Match Identify
To input the match ID of IPSec
To input match ID, need to
match ID of other side.
IKE Lifetime
Life time of IKE key
Value area: 120~86400
Unit: second
Group Name
Select group
Select from DropDownList
DPD Service
To enable DPD service
To click “Enable”
DPD Delay
To set DPD check interval time.
Manual input
Value area : 1~512
Unit: second
DPD Retry
Times
Max times to continuous DPD
check failure.
Manual input
Value area: 1~512
Single click “save” icon to finish phase 1 configuration.
2.
Phase 2 parameter.
In above parameters, “Initial Mode”, “Encrypt”, “Hash”, “Authentication” “Pre Share
Key”, “IKE Lifetime”, “Group Name” need to match parameter of IPSec server. “Self
Identify” and “Match Identify” needs to match “match Identify” and “Self Identify” of
IPSec sever respectively.
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Figure 5-42 IPSec phase 2 configuration
Table 5-25 IPSec Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Select
To select which phase of
IPSec, phase 1, phase 1 or
phase IPSec
Select “Phase 2”
Policy Name
Name of phase 2, mainly to
match phase “IPSec”
To input the name of phase 2.
Cannot be changed after save.
Encryption
Protocol
Supports esp, ah, ah+esp
Select from DropDownList
Encryption
Supports des, 3des, aes
Select from DropDownList
Hash
Supports md5 and sha1
Select from DropDownList
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Parameter
Details
Operation
Group Name
Need to configured when
PFS is “open”, to set the key
length of SA initial of phase
2.
Select from DropDownList
PFS
To open or close PFS
Select from DropDownList
Lifetime
IPSec SA key life time
Value area: 120~86400
Unit: second
Transport Mode
Supports tunnel, transport
and auto.
Select from DropDownList
Local Subnet
Set local subnet
No need to set for “transport”
mode,only for “auto” and “tunnel”.
Format: A.B.C.D/M.
Remote Subnet
To set local subnet
No need to set for “transport”
mode,only for “auto” and “tunnel”.
Format: A.B.C.D/M.
Single click “save” icon to finish phase 2 setting.
3.
“IPSec” parameter configuration
Figure 5-43 IPSec configuration tab
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To configure “IPSec” parameter, and then click “Save”.
Table 5-26 IPSec Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Basic Settings
Select
To select which phase of
IPSec, phase 1, phase 1 or
phase IPSec
Select “IPSec”.
Interface
Name
Name of this phase.
Input name.
Match
Phase1
To select a matching name of
“phase1”.
Select from DropDownList.
Match
Phase2
To select a matching name of
“phase2”.
Select from DropDownList.
Destination counterpart IPSec server IP or
IP or
domain.
Domain
Input counterpart IPSec server IP or
domain.
Encryption
Interface
Select from DropDownList.
To select binding interface of
IPSec. to bind
VPDN/modem/br0 as local
interface of IPSec initial can
support IPSec OVER VPDN. In
addition, after binding, IPSec
rule will change as per the
charge of binded interface.
Thus can resume link of IPSec
dialing interface and keep
IPSec linked as soon as
possible.
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5.7 System configuration
5.7.1 Overview
“System” can let you know the status of router, firmware upgrading and other maintenance
5.7.2 Local Log
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “System > Local Log” to open “Local Log” tab.
Figure 5-44 Local Log tab
Step 3 Select type of “Local Log” and then click “View” to see log.
Click “Clear” to clear the log info in the “Log Table”, and click “Export” to export log in
your local PC.
There are 3 types log:
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Message: system log, to record the running log of router, usually for most of users.
Application: application program log, to record the Open or close of some application
programs.
Kernel: kernel log of router, usually for R&D engineers.
To see “local log”, “remote log” must be enabled.
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5.7.3 Remote Log
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “System > Remote Log” to open “Local Log” tab.
Figure 5-45 Remote Log tab
Step 3 Configure “Remote Log” parameter.
Table 5-27 Remote log parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Log Status
To enable or disable remote log
Click “Enable”
Remote IP or
Domain
IP addres or Domain of remote log
server.
To input the IP address or
domain to receive log.
Remote Port
Port of remote log server.
Defaut port: 514.
Step 4 Single click “save” icon to finish “Remote Log” parameter configuration.
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A software tool Syslog is use to receive remote log in server. Syslog can be downloaded at website of
RICON www.riconmobile.com.
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5.7.4 Clock
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “System > Clock” to open “Clock” tab.
Figure 5-46 “NPT” Time Synch.
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Figure 5-47 Manual Time Synch. Type
Step 3 Set “clock” parameter .
Table 5-28 Clock Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Status
To enable to disable Time
Synchnization service
To click “Enable” or
“Disable”.
Time Synch. Type
Type to synchnize system time.
Select “NPT” or “Manual”
When select “NPT” in “Time Synck. Type”
NPT Server IP or
Domain
IP or domain of NTP server.
Select from DropDownList
NPT Server Backup
Backup NPT server
Manual input server
domain or IP address.
NPT Synck. Interval
Interval of NTP to check time
with Server. E.g every 10 minuts.
Value area: 1~65535
Unit: second
Default: 600 s
Time Zone
Time Zone
Select from DropDownList
Time Zone Number
For “Custom” option in “Time
Zone”. E.g +8 or -4.
WORD type.
When select “Manual” in “Time Synck. Type”
Set Date
To set date
YYYY-MM-DD
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e.g 1970-01-01
Set Time
To set time
HH:MM:mm
Eg. 07:01:01
Step 4 Single click “save” icon to finish.
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5.7.5 Account
“Accout” is to change username/password, change web port and forbide other users to
visitingthe router.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “System > Account” to open “Account” tab.
Figure 5-48 Account tab
Step 3 Set account parameter .
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Table 5-29 Account parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Account Type
Visit the router on web
Select from DropDownList
Account Level
Level of account to login
router
Select from DropDownList
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Admin: can view and change
the parameter.
Guest: can view parameter and
export log and use “Network
Test”.
Current
Username
Current username.
Showing user name
Old password
Current password.
To input current PW
New Username
New username
Manual input, max 64 word type.
New Password
New password
Manual input, max 64 word type.
New password
again
To confirm the new password
Manual input, max 64 word type.
Port
Web port to login router.
Manual input
Value area 1~65535
Default: 80
Step 4 Click “Save” to finish configuration. After saving, user needs to login again.
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5.7.6 Network Test
Nework Test
This function includes Ping function and Trace router function.
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “System > Network Test” to open “Network Test” tab.
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Figure 5-49 Network Test Tab
Step 3 Input IP address or domain to be tested in “Destination”, click “Ping, to check whether
the router can be linked with destination.
Table 5-30 Network Test Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Destination
To input IP address or domain to be
tested.
Input IP address or domain
to be tested
Ping
To use Ping to test link
Click “Ping”
Trace
To use Trace command to test hops
from the router to destination.
Click “Trace”
Result
Test result
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5.7.7 Files
Firmware Setting
S9922 4G Router supports upgrade firmware locally
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Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “System > Files” to open “Files” tab.
If “reset” is selected, all paremeters will be reset to factory setting.
In upgrading, don’t close the page.
Upgrading files is suggested not to exceed 6MB. If larger than 6MB pls use “CFE MINI WEB update”.
Step 3 Click “Browse” to select upgrading file and then click “Upgrade”.
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CFE mode upgarding
If upgrading file is larger than 6MB, CFE mode upgrading shall be used to upgrade.
Step 1 Add an IP address 192.168.1.
Figure 5-50 Add an IP address
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Step 2 Press the RESET/DEF interface. Do not release it. Hold it, meanwhile power on router, till
30 seconds,and connection to PC is built properly. Then release RESET/DEF interface.
Step 3 Input 192.168.1.1 in your browser, click “enter” you will see following page. If not, start
over again from step 1..
Step 4 Click “Browse” to select upgrading file, and then click “Upload” to begin upgrading.
Upgrading will need 4-6 miunites, if RUN light is on, upgrading is OK.
You can also PING br0 address on your PC ( eg. ping 192.168.8.1 –t). if Ping ok, upgrading is OK.
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Backup setting
S9922 4G Router supports to backup and recover configuration file.
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Click “Browse” to select a configuration file to be imported. And then click “Import” to
resume the configuration as the configuration file.
Click “Export” to export configuration file and save it in local PC.
After inport, router will reboot automatically.
“Key”: if key is input when export configuration file, this key need to be input in import. Not more than
8 digits for key.
Factory setting
S9922 4G Router has function to resume factory configuration. Users can set the configuration to factory
mode, and also can set the current configuration into default configutation and generate a default factory
configuration file in router. To resume this default factory setting, users can click “Load” in “factory
setting”. If the default factory configuration file is deleted, the router will be rusmed back to initial factory
setting.
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Save: to save the current setting as default factory configuration setting.
Load: to resume default factory setting.
Patch operation function
S9922 4G Router support to view and delete patch.

View: to view current patches.
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Delete: to delete patch.
reboot
click “reboot” to restart the router.
5.8 Status
5.8.1 Overview
Status provides the basic info, network status info, router info of S9922 router.
5.8.2 Base Information
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Status > Base information” to open “Base Information” tab.
Figure 5-51 Base Information tab
Table 5-31 Base information Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Router Model
Router model info
Router SN
Router Serial No info
Hardware
version
Router hardware version info
Software
version
OS and application software info.
Operation
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5.8.3 LAN
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Status > LAN” to open “LAN” tab.
Figure 5-52 “LAN” info
Table 5-32 LAN Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
LAN status
To shown current LAN interfaces status.
IP address
To show the LAN IP address.
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of LAN interface.
MAC address
To shown the MAC address of the router.
5.8.4 WAN
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Status > WAN” to open “WAN” tab. There are three types of WAN status: static
IP/DHCP/PPPOE.
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Figure 5-53 Static IP WAN status
Figure 5-54 DHCP WAN status
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Figure 5-55 PPPoE WAN status
Status
Local IP
Remote IP
Table 5-33 WAN Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
WAN status
To show the current WAN is used or not
WAN Type
To show the current WAN type
Local IP
To show the local IP of WAN interface
Subbet mask
To show the subnet mask
MAC address
To show the MAC address of the router.
PPPoE for WAN type
Statas
To show the link status of WAN interface PPPoE
Loca IP
To show the router IP distributed by PPPoE
Remote IP
To show IP of PPPoE server
5.8.5 Modem
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Status > Modem” to open “Modem” tab
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Figure 5-56 Modem Status page
Table 5-34 Modem Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Modem Select
To show the current modem name
Up tome
To show the current on line time of the modem
Unit: second
Modem Status
To show the Router’s status to link to the mobile
network.
Network type
Current network type of the SIM in use
signal
Signal of mobile network
Value area: 1-31
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Parameter
Details
Operation
IP Address
To show the external network IP address which the
router links
DNS
To show which DNS router is using
SIM Status
Status of current SIM
5.8.6 Routing Table
Step 1 Log on WEB GUI of S9922 4G Router.
Step 2 Click “Status > Routing Table” to open “Routing Table” tab.
Figure 5-57 Routing table page
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Table 5-35 Routing table Parameter instruction
Parameter
Details
Operation
Static route
Network
IP address the router can reach
Subnet Mask
IP network the router can reach. It is used together
with “Network”.
Gateway
Next hop IP address which the router will reach
interface
Interface from router to gateway.
metric
Route No which the router reaches destination IP.
Policy route
Priority
Priority the router select route.
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5.9 RESET button function
“RESET” button is on the rear panel and next to power interface. This button can be used when the router
is in use or when the router is turned on. Three are 3 functions to press “RESET” button when the router is
in use:
Press “RESET” for about 2 seconds, router will reboot.
Press “RESET” 5-10 seconds, the router will reboot, meanwhile, the router will be
resumed to default factory setting configuration.

Press “RESET” over 20 seconds, the router will reboot, and get into CFE upgrading. The
router is resumed to default factory setting configuration.
Press button when the router is turned on:

Press “RESET” button and turn on the router, and keep pressing “RESET” for 2 seconds.
The router will get into CFE upgrading mode.
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Typical application
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
6.1 Overview
Summary some typical application of S9922 LTE Router
6.2 Awake function
How to awake S9922 Router if not auto-dial
6.3 Parameter select
Parameter switch to achieve SIM backup function
6.4 VPN
S9922 Router VPN setting
6.5 Timing Task
Set Timing task on S9922 router
6.1 Overview
S9922 Router commonly used function includes wake up, parameter switch, VPN. Etc.
6.2 Awake function
Typical case
S9922 LTE Router support wake up function, means router will not auto-dial after power on, but dial
triggered by data or call or SMS. Then router auto offline by idle or timeout. This funciotn could save your
data traffic fee.
For example, after setting phone trigger number, a call to router by that number could trigger the router
dial online, one phone number could control both modem & modem2.
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parameter setting
Let us check a example:
Figure 6-1 Wake up/trigger setting example
Effect
By this setting, after router power on, if there are data trigger or you could call/SMS SIM1 or SIM2 number
from 8618888888888 to tigger corresponding SIM online.ed modem will dial online, After 3600s, router will
offline. Or you could use 8612222222222 to call SIM, make the router offline. Please notice, to enable this
function, the SIM must support phone and/or SMS function.
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6.3 Parameter select
Typical case
S9922 Router provide parameter select function, when working modem disconnect or works abnormal,
router will switch to another SIM swiftly according to the rule you set. And ensure the network availability.
Parameter Select
Let us check an example
Please set the “Parameter select” of modem and modem2 separately
Set rules as below
Figure 6-2 Rules setting
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Figure 6-3 parameter select setting 1
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Figure 6-4 parameter select setting 2
When a working modem offline, router will run parameter select rule: “check icmp”, check the IP you set by
ping, in this case, 8.8.8.8. after 3 times failure, router will switch to modem2, and dial online works again.
6.4 VPN
Introduction
VPN, virtual private network, a technology based on Internet, now S9922 LTE Router supports
L2TP/PPTP/GRE/IPIP/IPSec of VPN.
L2TP used to build a virtual private network, after S9922 router connect to company NAS server, PC under
S9922 could visit company network like visiting the local area network.
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Parameter Setting
Figure 6-5 IPSec Phase 1
Figure 6-6 IPSec Phase 2
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Figure 6-7 IPSec
Company router server should have same setting but with a reverse identity and subnet setting of S9922
Router.
Result
After setting S9922 Router and company router parameter, they can connect each other by IPSEC, and ping
peer subnet, you could check status by click “view” button.
Figure 6-8 IPSec status
~ # ping 192.168.99.1 -I 192.168.86.1
PING 192.168.99.1 (192.168.99.1) from 192.168.86.1: 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.99.1: seq=0 ttl=255 time=1569.360 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.99.1: seq=1 ttl=255 time=769.937 ms
--- 192.168.99.1 ping statistics --2 packets transmitted, 2 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 769.937/1169.648/1569.360 ms
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6.5 Timing Task
Typical Application
S9922 Router support timing task, by setting timming task, at cretain time, router will operate reboot,
online command. Etc. Easier the customer operation. I assume set the router online at certain time and
keep a moment, then reboot every 24 hours. You could set like below.
Figure 6-9 Timing
Result
Router will online at 10:05 AM and keep online until 10:08, then offline at 10:09.
And router will reboot every 24 hours count began last reboot.
Figure 6-10 router online
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Figure 6-11 router off line
Figure 6-12 router reboot
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FAQ
About this chapter
Chapter
Content
7.1 Hardware failure
Possible hardware failure during using S9922 Router and
how to handle them.
7.2 Dial online problem
Possible problem during dialing and how to handle them
7.3 VPN
Possible problem when connecting VPN
7.4 WEB config problem Possible WEB config problem and how to handle them
config problem
7.1 Hardware Failure
7.1.1 All LED dark
Phenomenon
Router LED all dark.
Possible Reason
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Power supply does not match, it should be 5-36VDC
No power supply
Solution
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Make sure the power supply is 5~36VDC
Check the power adapter and cable connection.
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7.1.2 SIM Slot
Phenomenon
Cannot insert SIM card
Possible Reason
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SIM slot damaged
SIM card wrong direction.
Solution
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SIM slot damaged, please contact us to repair.
Check the SIM card direction, please make sure the SIM goldfinger is up.
7.1.3 Ethernet Connection
Phenomenon
LAN LED dark, cannot visit router WEB GUI.
Possible Reason

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Etherenet cable connection problem
Ethernet cable damage
PC end network card abnormal
Solution

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Re-connect Ethernet cable
Change a Ethernet cable
Check network card setting on PC end
7.1.4 Antenna Connection
Phenomenon
Cannot connect antenna
Possible Reason
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Antenna type do not match
Wrong connection
Solution
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Please check antenna interface, should be SMA-J
Please check antenna type, there are 3G/LTE and WIFI, GPS antenna, do not mix them.
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7.2 Dial Online Problem
7.2.1 Dial discontinue
Phenomenon
S9922 Router discontinue during dialing, dial failure
Possible Reason
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SIM card network type do not match
SIM charges owed
Power supply do not match
Modem setting wrong
Solution
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Change to a suitable SIM card
Recharge SIM card
Change to suitable power supply
Change Modem setting, please check relared chapter
7.2.2 No Signal
Phenomenon
S9922 Router modem status show no signal.
Possible Reason

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Antenna connect wrong
Modem cannot online
Modem offline
Solution

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Connect suitable antenna
Modem cannot online, check SIM and modem setting
Modem offline, check router setting, like wake up setting, ICMP setting, check if there
are any setting make router offline
7.2.3 Cannot find SIM/UIM card
Phenomenon
S9922 Router cannot find SIM/UIM card
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Possible Reason
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SIM card damage
SIM bad contact
Solution
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Replace SIM card
Re-install SIM card
7.2.4 Poor Signal
Phenomenon
S9922 Router no signal or poor signal
Possible Reason
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Antenna connect wrong
Area signal weak
Solution

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Check the antenna and re-connect it.
Contact Telecom Operator to confirm signal problem
Change to high-gain antenna
7.2.5 Compress Protocol not match
Phenomenon
S9922 Router dial failure, log shows compress protocol not match
Possible Reason
Modem compress protocol do not match with server end
Solution
Change compress protocol setting
7.3 VPN Problem
7.3.1 VPDN cannot connect
Phenomenon
VPDN cannot connect
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Possible Reason
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VPDN port work abnormal
VPDN parameter wrong
VPDN peer server abnormal
Solution
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Make sure Modem is online
Set the correct port to VPDN
VPDN parameter wrong.
Check VPDN peer server
7.3.2 VPN cannot communicate
Phenomenon
VPN already connect, but cannot communicate
Possible Reason
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Router table config wrong
VPN peer server config wrong
Solution
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Add related Router table
Check VPN peer server setting
7.3.3 Router can communicate but subnet cannot
Phenomenon
Router can communicate but subnet cannot
Possible Reason
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
VPN peer server config wrong
Local Router has no MASQ
Wrong local route table
Solution
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Check VPN peer server setting
Local Router has no MASQ, please manual add VPN port MASQ
Wrong local route table, set right route table.
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7.4 WEB config problem
7.4.1 Updating firmware failure
Phenomenon
Updating firmware failure
Possible Reason
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Auto reboot during updating S9922 Router
Power supply problem
Wrong firmware
Power off during updating router
Solution
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Check setting, disable the function which may cause reboot
Change to a suitable power supply
Ask technical support for suitable firmware
Power off during updating router, please make sure power supply normal
7.4.2 Backup setting problem
Phenomenon
Router import backup setting failure
Possible Reason
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Backup setting file format wrong
No reboot after backup setting
Solution
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Choose a right file to import
Must reboot after import setting, then parameters available
7.4.3 Updating patch failure
Phenomenon
Updating fix patch failure, after updating, view fix patch and found no fix patch
Possible Reason
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Patch format wrong
Patch name too complicated
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Solution
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Check patch format, change to a right one
Change the patch name to a simple one
7.4.4 CFE Updating failure
Phenomenon
CFE updating failure, firmware edition no change
Possible Reason
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Power supply do not match
Firmware version or format do not match
Power off during updating process
Solution
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If power supply do not match, please change then update again
If firmware version, format do not match, please change then update again
If power off during updating, please update again
7.4.5 Update failure in WEB GUI
Phenomenon
Updating by WEB GUI, failed and cannot visit WEB GUI again
Possible Reason
Firmware oversize cause updating failure.
Solution
Using CFE mode to update again, and router will restore to factory mode. If after CFE updating, still cannot
visit WEB GUI, please contact us for repairing,
7.4.6 Forget Router Password
Phenomenon
Forget router login password
Possible Reason
User has changed the password
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Solution
After router power on, push and hold RESET button over 10 seconds then release, then re-power on router,
router will back to factory mode (Username/Password both admin), but patch will reserve.
When router is power on, press and hold RESET buttion around 1s, router will reboot and kept all setting.
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