RA-495-Manuale
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction ...................................................................................................................5
1-1 Package Contents ........................................................................................................5
1-2 Features .......................................................................................................................5
1-3 Precautions ..................................................................................................................6
1-4 Outlook.........................................................................................................................6
1-4-1 Top Panel ..........................................................................................................7
1-4-2 Rear Panel ........................................................................................................8
1-5 Technical Specifications ...............................................................................................9
1-5-1 Hardware Specifications ....................................................................................9
1-5-2 Software Specifications ...................................................................................10
2. Installation.................................................................................................................... 11
2-1 Wall-mounting ............................................................................................................ 11
2-2 Connecting the Antennas ...........................................................................................12
2-3 Installation Requirements ...........................................................................................13
2-4 Getting Start ...............................................................................................................15
2-5 POE Application .........................................................................................................16
3. Configuring the Wireless Subscriber Gateway.........................................................17
3-1 Setting Wizard ............................................................................................................17
3-2 Advanced Setup .........................................................................................................39
3-2-1 System ............................................................................................................40
3-2-2 WAN/LAN ........................................................................................................43
3-2-3 Server..............................................................................................................48
3-2-4 Authentication..................................................................................................49
3-2-5 RADIUS Authentication ...................................................................................51
3-2-6 Billing...............................................................................................................53
3-2-7 Accounting.......................................................................................................58
3-2-8 Credit Card ......................................................................................................70
3-2-9 Keypad ............................................................................................................77
3-2-10 Customization..................................................................................................85
3-2-11 Pass Through ................................................................................................ 111
3-2-12 Filtering.......................................................................................................... 113
3-2-13 Share............................................................................................................. 115
3-2-14 Portal Page.................................................................................................... 116
3-2-15 Advertisement ............................................................................................... 117
3-2-16 Walled Garden............................................................................................... 118
3-2-17 DDNS ............................................................................................................120
3-2-18 LAN Devices..................................................................................................122
3-2-19 Syslog............................................................................................................123
3-2-20 Session Trace................................................................................................128
3-2-21 Bandwidth......................................................................................................129
3-2-22 Secure Remote .............................................................................................130
3-2-23 SNMP ............................................................................................................131
3-2-24 Wireless.........................................................................................................132
3-2-25 MISCELLANEA .............................................................................................135
3-3 System Status ..........................................................................................................136
3-3-1 System ..........................................................................................................137
3-3-2 Account List...................................................................................................139
3-3-3 Account Log ..................................................................................................140
3-3-4 Current User..................................................................................................141
3-3-5 DHCP Client ..................................................................................................142
3-3-6 Session List ...................................................................................................142
3-3-7 LAN Devices..................................................................................................143
3-4 System Tools ............................................................................................................143
3-4-1 Configuration .................................................................................................144
3-4-2 Firmware Upgrade.........................................................................................145
3-4-3 Boot Code .....................................................................................................147
3-4-4 System Account.............................................................................................147
3-4-5 SSL Certificate...............................................................................................152
3-4-6 Ping Command..............................................................................................153
3-4-7 Restart...........................................................................................................153
3-4-8 Logout ...........................................................................................................153
Appendix A. RJ-45 Connector Description ......................................................................154
LIMITED WARRANTY.....................................................................................................155
1. Introduction
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 is a compact intelligent gateway integrated with a four-port port-based VLAN switch. It
provides Plug’ Play Internet access, advanced security and network management.
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 is designed for service providers, system integrator or hotspot venue operator without
backend-RADIUS-Server to have integrated solution for rapid deployment, which can start hotspot service quickly and easily and
enhance service performance.
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 is an ideal solution for hotel lobbies, coffee bars, airport lounges, conference facilities and
other sites that commonly host business travelers, and offers instant high-speed Internet connections. With its IP Plug and Play
technology, it accepts any client configuration login, when client open browser the Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 immediately
recognizes new end-user and redirects their browser to customized Web pages. There’s no need for end-user to change any of their
default network (Static IP), e-mail (SMTP Server behind firewall), or browser settings (HTTP Proxy) or load any special software to access
hotspot service. It’s completely Plug’ Play with any browser.
1-1 Package Contents
Please inspect your package. The following items should be included:
RA-495
z One Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495
z Two antennas
zOne AC Power Adapter for Wireless Subscriber Gateway
z One CD containing User’s Manual and MIB file
z Two screws for wall-mount
z One UTP Ethernet/Fast Ethernet cable (Cat.5 Twisted-pair)
Optional Product:
(RA-495 Plus)
RT-PRINTER Account Generator Printer
z One AC Power Adapter for mini account generator printer
z One UTP Ethernet/Fast Ethernet cable (Cat.5 Twisted-pair)
z One Account Generator Printer User’s Guide
If any of the above items are damaged or missing, please contact your dealer immediately.
1-2 Features
z Wireless data rates up to 54Mbps
z Supports 100 Simultaneous Users
z IP Plug and Play (iPnP)
z Comprehensive security
64/128-bit WEP encryption
WPA encryption
IP/URL filtering
z Intelligent Management
z Built-in AAA (Authentication/Accounting/Authorization) and Billing mechanism
Note: The "PnP" Function only can be used with TCP/IP-based Network.
1-3 Precautions
z Never remove or open the cover. You may suffer serious injury if you touch these parts.
z Never install the system in the wet locations.
z Use only the original fitting AC power adapter otherwise there is a danger of severe electrical shock.
z Avoid exposing the Wireless Subscriber Gateway to direct sunlight or another heat source.
z Choose a well-ventilated area to position your Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
1-4 Outlook
Figure 1-1 Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 Outlook
1-4-1 Top Panel
The top panel of the Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 is shown below.
Figure 1-2 Wireless Subscriber Gateway RA-495 Top Panel
Figure 1-3 LEDs
LEDs Indication
LED
State
Description
PWR
Off
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway is not receiving electrical power.
SYS
Green
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway is receiving electrical power.
Off
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway status is defective.
Green
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway status is complete.
Green
During firmware upgrades, this system LED will blink.
(Blinking)
WAN
Off
Port has not established any network connection.
Green
A port has established a valid 10/100Mbps network connection.
Green
10/100Mbps traffic is traversing the port.
(Blinking)
LAN-1~ Off
Port has not established any network connection.
LAN-4
Green
A port has established a valid 10/100Mbps network connection.
Green
10/100Mbps traffic is traversing the port.
(Blinking)
WLAN
Off
The Wireless is not ready.
Green
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway has established a valid wireless connection.
Green
The Wireless connection is active.
(Blinking)
1-4-2 Rear Panel
The rear panel of the Wireless Subscriber Gateway is shown below.
Figure 1-4 Wireless Subscriber Gateway Rear Panel
1. RS-232: Reserve for manufacture use.
2. LAN (1-4):
The rear panel supports four auto-sensing RJ-45 ports and all ports can be auto-switched to MDI-II connections. The LAN ports used for
linking hosts or other network devices. The individual port can be either connected to 100BaseTX networks or 10BaseT networks. When
connecting to a 100BaseTX network, the ports operate at 100Mbps in half-duplex mode or 200Mbps in full-duplex mode. When
connecting to a 10BaseT network, the ports operate at 10Mbps in half-duplex mode or 20Mbps in full-duplex mode.
3. WAN: One Ethernet port used for linking xDSL or Cable Modem.
4. Reset Button:
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway has a reset button at the rear panel of the device. Use this function to reset the system back to factory
defaults.
5. Power Jack: Used to connect the external power supply with the Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
1-5 Technical Specifications
1-5-1 Hardware Specifications
Network Specification
IEE802.3 10BaseT Ethernet
IEE802.3u 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet
IEE802.11g Wireless LAN
IEEE802.3af Power over Ethernet
ANSI/IEEE 802.3 NWay auto-negotiation
Wi-Fi Compatible
Connectors
One Printer Port (1 DB9 DTE male connector for Account Generator Printer)
Four LAN Ports (10BaseT/100BaseTX Auto cross-over)
One WAN Port (10BaseT/100BaseTX Auto cross-over)
Encryption
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) 64/128-bit RC4
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
External Antenna Type
2dBi (Max) Dual detachable diversity antenna with reverse SMA
LED Indicators
One POWER LED
One WAN 10/100M Link/Activity LED
Four LAN 10M/100M Link/Activity LEDs
One Wireless Link/Activity LED
One System LED
Power Requirement
External Power Adapter
Input: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Output: 5V, 2A
Environment Conditions
Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C
Storage Temperature: -10 to 60°C
Operating Humidity: 10~80% non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
Dimension
Size: 242 (L) x 130.5 (W) x 77 (H) mm
Weight: About 420g (Net)
Mounting
Desktop, Wall mounted
1-5-2 Software Specifications
Networking
•
IEEE802.3 10BaseT Ethernet
•
IEEE802.3u 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet
•
IEEE802.3af Power over Ethernet
•
IEEE802.11b Wireless LAN
•
IEEE802.11g Wireless LAN
•
Supports 100 Simultaneous Users
•
IP Plug and Play (iPnP)
•
HTTP Proxy Support
•
SMTP Server Redirection
•
DHCP Server
•
DHCP Relay
•
Static IP WAN Client
•
DHCP WAN Client
•
PPPoE WAN Client
•
PPTP WAN Client
•
NAT
•
NTP (Network Time Protocol) Support
•
DDNS
Marketing Cooperation
•
Advertisement URL link
•
Walled garden
•
Customizable log-on and log-off pages
•
Portal Page
•
WISPr Smart Client
User Accounting and Authentication
•
Built-in Authentication
•
Web-based Authentication
•
RADIUS AAA Support (RFC 2865, 2866)
•
Secondary RADIUS
•
User Authentication and Accounting
•
Logout Window Timer Control
Security and Firewall
•
Layer 2 Isolation Security
•
SSL User Login page/ Configuration Page
•
SSL Administration
•
VPN Pass through (IPSec/PPTP)
•
Customize SSL Certificate
•
Pass Through IP/MAC/URL Address
•
Restricted Destination Filtering IP/URL
•
VPN (IPSec/PPTP) Pass through
•
PPTP VPN Client
•
WEP
•
WPA
Management
•
Web-based Management Tool
•
Firmware Upgrade via HTTP/TFTP
•
Wizard setup for step-by-step Configuration
•
Backup/Restore/Factory Default Setting
•
Remote Authorized Management
•
Real-time Session List
•
LAN Device Management
•
Syslog (System/Subscriber/LAN device)
•
E-mail logs
•
SNMP v1/v2 (MIB II, Private MIB)
•
System Information Table
•
Status Report (Daily/Monthly/System/Network)
•
SSL certificate upload
Extra Function with optional RT-NETPRINTER
•
Local Authentication
•
Local Accounting
•
Local Billing
RT-NETPRINTER Account Generator (Thermal Printer)
Interface: Ethernet
Print Width: 48mm (Paper width: 58mm); Paper Length: 50 M
2. Installation
The followings are instructions for setting up the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. Refer to the illustration and follow the simple steps below
to quickly install your Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
2-1 Wall-Mounting
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway can be wall-mounted on a wall by applying the two mounting brackets on screws.
Figure 2-1 Wall-Mounting Bracket - Bottom of Wireless Subscriber Gateway
Please refer to the following instructions for mounting a Wireless Subscriber Gateway on a wall or other surface.
1.
Install two screws on a wall according to the relative positions shown below.
Figure 2-2
2. Hang Wireless Subscriber Gateway on the wall by sliding the two screws in the mounting brackets.
Note: If the screws are not properly anchored, the strain of the cables connected to the Wireless Subscriber Gateway rear panel
connectors could pull out the Wireless Subscriber Gateway from the wall.
2-3 Connecting the Antennas
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides two antenna connectors on the rear of the unit.
Figure 2-3 Antenna Connectors
2-3 Installation Requirements
Before installing the Wireless Subscriber Gateway, make sure your network meets the following requirements.
System Requirements
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway requires one of the following types of software:
z Windows 98 Second Edition/NT/2000/XP
z Red Hat Linux 7.3 or later version
z MAC OS X 10.2.4 or later version
z Any TCP/IP-enabled systems like Mac OS and UNIX (TCP/IP protocol installed)
z Standard phone line for xDSL modem
Or
Coaxial cable for Cable modem
z Web Browser Software (Microsoft I.E 5.0 or later version or Netscape Navigator 5.0 or later version)
z One computer with an installed 10Mbps, 100Mbps or 10/100Mbps Ethernet card
z UTP network Cable with a RJ-45 connection (Package contents)
Note: Prepare twisted-pair cables with RJ-45 plugs. Use Cat.5 cable for all connections. Make sure each cable not exceed 328 feet
(Approximately 100 meters).
ISP Requirements
Verify whether your ISP use fixed or dynamic IP. If it is a fixed IP, be sure to get the IP from your ISP. For dynamic IP, which is mostly
used, the PC will get the IP automatically whenever it hooks up on the modem.
Dynamic IP
z Dynamic IP Setting
Fixed IP
z Your fixed IP address for the Wireless Subscriber Gateway
z Your subnet mask for the Wireless Subscriber Gateway
z Your default gateway IP address
z Your DNS IP address
PPPoE
z Your user name from your ISP
z Your password from your ISP
PPTP
z PPTP Server IP Address from your ISP
z PPTP Local IP address from your ISP.
z PPTP Local IP subnet mask from your ISP.
z Your user name from your ISP
z Your password from your ISP
Your PC Requirements
The Static IP settings for the PC
z Your PC’s fixed IP address
z Your PC’s subnet mask
z Your PC’s default gateway IP address
z Your PC’s primary DNS IP address
Note:
1. The gateway’s default IP address setting is “10.59.1.1”.
2. The gateway’s default subnet mask setting is “255.0.0.0”.
The Dynamic IP settings for the PC
We recommend that you leave your IP settings as automatically assigned. By default, the Wireless Subscriber Gateway is a DHCP
server, and it will give your PC the necessary IP settings.
2-4
Getting Start
1. Place the Wireless Subscriber Gateway and RT-NETPRINTER Printer on a flat work surface.
2. Connect the Ethernet cable to the Wireless Subscriber Gateway’s LAN port.
3. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the RT-NETPRINTERAccount Generator Printer’s RJ45 port.
4. Ensure that your modem and computer are both switched on.
5. Use the supplied cable to connect the Wireless Subscriber Gateway's WAN port to the modem. Check that the Cable/xDSL Status LED
lights.
6. Connect your computer to one of the 10/100 LAN ports on the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. Check that the LAN Port Status LED
lights.
7. Configure the further parameters via a Web browser.
Figure 2-4 Wireless Subscriber Gateway Connection
2-5 POE (Power over Ethernet) Application
Figure 2-6 POE Connection
Note: To use the WG-601’s POE feature, follow the instructions for your specific POE device.
3. Configuring the Wireless Subscriber Gateway
3-1
Setting Wizard
Step 1: Start your browser, and then enter the factory default IP address 10.59.1.1 in your browser’s location box. Press Enter.
Figure 3-1 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
Step 2: The Wireless Subscriber Gateway configuration tools menu will appear. In the Username and Password field, type the factory
default user name admin and password admin and click Login. If you are first time setting the system, the wizard setup screen will
appear. You will be guided, step-by-step, through a basic setup procedure.
Username: admin
Password: admin
Figure 3-2 Configuration Tools Menu
Figure 3-3 Wizard Setup Screen
Figure 3-4 System Quick View
Click on reset button to clear the username and password data.
Note:
) This Web agent is best viewed with IE 5.0 or Netscape 6.0 and above browsers.
) If you would like to change the password please see Step 10.
) Username and Password can consist of up to 20 alphanumeric characters and are case sensitive.
) If for some reason your password is lost or you cannot gain access to the Wireless Subscriber Gateway Configuration Program, please
press the reset button to load the device to manufacturer defaults.
) If the Wireless Subscriber Gateway doesn’t send packet in 5 minutes (default), the Wireless Subscriber Gateway wills logout
automatically.
) Proxy needs to set disable first when administrator accesses admin UI.
Step 3: Internet Connection Setting
Select the appropriate Internet connection type to connect to your ISP.
Figure 3-5 Internet Connection Setting Screen
z DHCP Client
The device can work as a DHCP client. This allows the device to obtain the IP address and other TCP/IP settings from your ISP. If your
xDSL/Cable comes with this feature, please enable Use DHCP Client.
Figure 3-6 Internet Connection Setting Screen—DHCP Client Setting
z Static IP Setting
If Static IP Setting is selected, then this screen will appear. Enter the IP address information provided by your ISP.
Figure 3-7 Internet Connection Setting Screen—Static IP Setting
Item
IP Address
Default
0.0.0.0
Description
Enter the IP address provided by your ISP.
Subnet Mask 0.0.0.0
Enter the subnet mask for the IP address.
Gateway IP
Enter the Gateway IP Address provided by your ISP.
0.0.0.0
Address
Primary DNS Empty
Enter the primary DNS server IP address for the xDSL/Cable
Server
connection (provided by your ISP).
Secondary
DNS Server
Empty
Enter the secondary DNS server IP address for the xDSL/Cable
connection (provided by your ISP). If the primary DNS Server IP
were not available, meanwhile, Secondary DNS Server IP would
start in the same time.
z PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet)
If “PPPoE” is selected, then this screen will appear. Enter the username, password and other major fields.
Figure 3-8 Internet Connection Setting Screen—PPPoE Setting
Item
Default
Description
Enter the user name provided by your ISP. The user name can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
Username
Empty
Password
Empty
PPP MTU Setting
1492
MTU (Maximum Transfer Unit) specifies maximum transmission unit size.
TCP MSS Setting
1452
MSS (Maximum Segment Size) specifies maximum segment size.
Service Name
Empty
characters and is case sensitive.
Enter the user password provided by your ISP. The password can consist of up to 80
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Enter the service name provided by your ISP. The service name can consist of up to 64
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Item
Default
Description
Connect on Demand and Max Idle Time
Connect on Demand
Enable
You can configure your Wireless Subscriber Gateway to cut your connection with your ISP after a
specified period of time (Max Idle Time). If you have been disconnected due to inactivity, Connect
on Demand enables your Wireless Subscriber Gateway to automatically re-establish your
Max Idle Time
10 Minutes
connection as soon as you attempt to access the Internet again. If you wish to activate Connect on
Demand, click the radio button. If you want your Internet connection to remain, click the radio
button of keep alive. The Max Idle Time maximum value is 65535 minutes.
Keep alive and Redial Period
Keep alive
Disable
This option keeps your PPPoE enabled Internet access connected indefinitely, even when it sits
Redial Period
30 Seconds
idle. The Redial Period maximum value is 65535 seconds.
z PPTP Client (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol)
If “PPTP” is selected, then this screen will appear. Fill out all the information provided by your ISP.
Figure 3-9 Internet Connection Setting Screen—PPTP Client Setting
Item
My IP Address
Default
Empty
Description
Enter the PPTP local IP address provided by your ISP.
My Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the PPTP local Subnet Mask IP address for the IP address (My IP Address).
Gateway IP Address
Empty
Enter the PPTP server Gateway IP address provided by your ISP.
PPTP Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the PPTP server IP address provided by your ISP.
Username
Empty
Password
Empty
Enter the user name provided by your ISP. The user name can consist of up to 80
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Enter the user password provided by your ISP. The password can consist of up to 80
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
PPP MTU Setting
1460
MTU (Maximum Transfer Unit) specifies maximum transmission unit size.
TCP MSS Setting
1400
MSS (Maximum Segment Size) specifies maximum segment size.
Connection ID/Name
Empty
Enter the connection ID or connection name. The connection ID/Name can consist
of up to 81 alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Connect on Demand and Max Idle Time
Connect on Demand
Enable
You can configure your Wireless Subscriber Gateway to cut your connection with
your ISP after a specified period of time (Max Idle Time). If you have been
disconnected due to inactivity, Connect on Demand enables your Wireless
Max Idle Time
10 Minutes
Subscriber Gateway to automatically re-establish your connection as soon as you
attempt to access the Internet again. If you wish to activate Connect on Demand,
click the radio button. If you want your Internet connection to remain, click the radio
button of keep alive. The Max Idle Time maximum value is 65535 minutes.
Keep alive and Redial Period
Keep alive
Disable
This option keeps your PPTP enabled Internet access connected indefinitely, even
Redial Period
30 Seconds
when it sits idle. The Redial Period maximum value is 65535 seconds.
Step 4: Wireless Setting
This page allows you to define ESSID, Channel ID and WEP/WPA encryption for wireless connection.
Figure 3-10 Wireless Setting Screen
Item
Default
ESSID
Wireless
Channel
6
Description
The ESSID is the unique name that is shared among all points in a wireless
network. It is case sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters.
Enter the channel ID for wireless connection.
Step 5: E-mail Server Setting
Wireless Subscriber Gateway allows an extra Email server parameter to forward the subscriber’s E-mail.
Figure 3-11 E-mail Service Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Email Server Redirect
No
Disables or enables email server redirect function. To prevent some subscriber’s
original Email server may protect by firewall or NAT network. Wireless Subscriber
Gateway provides an extra Email server parameter to forward the subscriber’s Email.
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway not only forwards the subscribers’ E-mail via other
E-mail server but also changes the SMTP header. The recipient of your E-mail sees
the message as if you sent it from your local Internet Service Provide, not form the
hotel or other place.
Email Server’s IP address or
Empty
Domain name
Before setting this field, please make sure the E-mail sever relay function is opened.
Enter the email server IP address or domain name. The field must not exceed 50
characters.
SMTP Port
25
Enter the SMTP port. The SMTP port allowed range is 25 or 2500 to 2599.
Step 6: Authentication Service Setting
Figure 3-12 Authentication Service Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Built-in Authentication/ No
No
Yes―
Authentication
No Authentication)
Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides Built-in Authentication for
service provider to build up an Internet service without any extra
authentication software. If Yes is selected, service provider can
generate the subscriber account inside Wireless Subscriber Gateway,
and the system will authenticate the subscriber login according to the
generated account.
No―
Subscriber can direct access the Internet without enter username and
password.
Step 7: Billing Profile Setting
The function is used to setup a billing profile. A billing profile is a description of how you want to charge your customer.
Figure 3-13 Billing Profile Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Service
Time to Finish Options: Time to Finish or Accumulation.
Time to Finish―
The subscriber can access Internet only one time with one account. Once subscriber login, the
pre-defined usage time will start until run out even the subscriber stop to access the Internet before run
out.
Accumulation―
The subscriber can access Internet many times with one account. The system can keep and
accumulate every single usage time until the pre-defined usage time run out.
Currency
$
Enter the appropriate currency unit or currency symbol.
Number of
2
Enter the billing decimal value. The field maximum value is 3.
01~03
The index number of billing profile. In Wizard setup, we provide only 3 billing profile.
30 minutes/
It is the name of billing profile. The maximum allowed characters length is 12.
decimals places
No
Name
1 hour/2 hours
Usage Time
30 minutes/
The duration of the billing period. When this period expires, user account will be discontinued.
1 hour/2 hours
Charge
1.00/2.00/3.00 Enter the amount of Internet service. The amount maximum value is 999999.
Step 8: Account Generator Printer Setting
There are two different choices, one is exclusive printer (Account Generator Printer), and the other is non-exclusive printer. Exclusive
printer is a portable thermal printer that is integrated with Wireless Subscriber Gateway to press one button to generate accounts and
receipt immediately without PC operating. Non-exclusive printer can use the PC Web-based browser to print out user account.
Figure 3-14 Printer Setting Screen
Button B
Button A
Button C
Figure 3-15 Account Generator Printer
Step 9: Accounting Setting
z Three-buttons Printer Setting
Figure 3-16 Accounting Setting Screen (Three Buttons Printer)
No
Name
Charge
Usage Time
Figure 3-17 Billing Profile Setting Screen
Item
Button A~ C
Default
Description
01
Define each button’s billing profile. Select one billing profile by clicking in the list box.
1
The system allows you to print all your bills. This value is number of copies.
Printout
Number of copies to print
This function allows you to produce custom bill based on your requirements.
Click “I want to setup the web-based accounting now if exclusive printer cannot work” to open the “Web-based Account Generator
Setting” screen to start the web-based accounting function.
z Web-based Account Generator Setting
Figure 3-18 Web-based Account Generator Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Billing Profile (Button A~C)
Define each button’s billing profile. Select one billing profile by clicking in the list box.
Printout
Number of copies to print
1
The system allows you to print all your bills. Select one number of copies by
clicking in the list box.
-
This function allows you to produce custom bill based on your requirements.
Username
account
Enter the user name for web-based account generator. The user name can consist
Item
Default
Description
Password
account
Enter the password for web-based account generator. The password can consist
Web-based Account
of up to 80 alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
of up to 80 alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Confirm
Empty
Enter the password for confirmation.
Click on button to preview and operate account generator panel.
Figure 3-19 Account Generator Panel
Click on button to create a new account.
Figure 3-20 Example-Account Printout
z View Account List
Clisk View Account List” to display current account information
Figure 3-21 Account List
Click on refresh button to update the account list page.
The field name button in this list show that this list can be sorted in ascending/descending
order according to the corresponding field name.
Select the check boxes and click ‘Delete’ to delete accounts.
Delete all accounts in account list.
Note: This page will refresh automatically every 5 minutes.
Customize Printout Text
This function allows you to produce custom bill based on your requirements.
Figure 3-22 Customize Printout Text Setting Screen
Click the button to displays the account on the screen as it would appear when printed.
Figure 3-23 Example- PC-connected printer Printout (Time to Finish)
Figure 3-24 Example- PC-connected printer Printout (Accumulation)
Figure 3-25 Example- Account Generator Printer Printout (Time to Finish)
Figure 3-26 Example- Account Generator Printer Printout (Accumulation)
Figure 3-27 Example-Post-paid Printout
Step 10: System Setting
Figure 3-28 System Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Username
admin
Enter the user name. The user name can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
Password
admin
characters and is case sensitive.
Enter the user password. The password can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
characters and is case sensitive.
Confirm
Empty
System date and time
YYYY/MM/DD
HH:MM:SS
Enter the password of administrator for confirmation.
Click Get from my Computer button to correct the system date and time.
Secure Administrator IP All
This function allows remote user to management the device. You can specify
Address
one or any IP addresses for remote control the system.
Click the button to save the settings then the system will restart.
3-2
Advanced Setup
The Advanced Setting enables you to configure advanced settings related to accessing the Internet, including,
1. System
2. WAN/LAN
3. Server
4. Authentication
5. RADIUS
6. Billing
7. Accounting
8. Credit Card
9. Keypad
10. Customization
11. Pass Through
12. Filtering
13. Share
14. Portal Page
15. Advertisement
16. Walled Garden
17. DDNS
18. LAN Devices
19. Syslog
20. Session Trace
21. Bandwidth
22. Secure Remote
23. SNMP
24. Wireless
25. Account Generator
Figure 3-29 Advanced Setting Item Screen
Note: After change the settings of device, please click apply button to save the new settings.
3-2-1 System
Define the Wireless Subscriber Gateway System configuration.
Figure 3-30 System Setting Screen
Figure 3-31 System Setting Screen
Item
System/Host Name
Default
Empty
Description
The system name can consist of up to 40 alphanumeric characters.
Domain Name
Empty
The Domain name can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric characters.
Location Information
Empty
Enter your location information.
Date/Time
The system date of the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. The valid setting of
Date (Year/Month/Day)
System Date
Time (Hour:Minute:Second)
System Time
The system time of the Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
-
Click “Get from my Computer” button to correct the system date and time.
-
Click “Get from NTP server” button to correct the system date and time.
year is from 2002 to 2035.
Item
Default
Description
Enables or disables NTP (Network Time Protocol) Time Server. Network
NTP Setting
Time Protocol can be utilized to synchronize the time on devices across a
Disable
network. A NTP Time Server is utilized to obtain the correct time from a time
source and adjust the local time.
Server IP/Domain Name
Enter the IP address/domain name of NTP server. The maximum allowed
Empty
characters length is 100.
Time Zone
GMT-12:00
Select the appropriate time zone for your location.
Update Time
0 hours
Enter the number of hours for update time.
Disable
Enables or disables Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Daylight Saving Time
Month/Day
Set the Daylight Saving Time (DST) on the Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
Adjust the begin time and end time.
NAT (Network Address Translation)
NAT
Enable
Enables or disables NAT Address Translation function.
Enables or disables user session limit function. This feature provides you an
User Session Limited
Enable,30
ability to control a number of sessions allowed for particulars user(s) at the
one time.
IP Plug and Play (iPnP Technology)
Enable
Layer 2 Isolation Security
Enable
Enables or disables plug & play function. When enabled, the user needn’t
change their network configuration to access the Internet.
If enable plug and play is selected, you can enable Layer 2 Isolation Security
function. When the “Layer 2 Isolation Security” enabled, everyone cannot
communicate with each other.
Secure administrator IP Addresses
Any
Multicast Pass Through
Disable
Allow remote user to ping the device
Enable
Options: Any and Specify. Administrator can specify 5 IP addresses or a
range to allow remote control access from network.
This function allows for multiple transmissions to specific recipients at same
time.
This function allows remote user to ping the Wireless Subscriber Gateway
through Internet. Ping is normally used to test the physical connection
between two devices, to ensure that everything is working correctly.
Option: default or customize certificate, These are two ways to create a
SSL Certificate
Default
certificate, one is purchase a certificate from a certificate authority (Ex.
Verisign or Thawte), and another is creating a self-certificate (For example:
Uses OpenSSL tool).
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, then Restart dialog box will appear. Click Apply to restart the system.
Figure 3-32 Restart Dialog Box
3-2-2 WAN/LAN
Figure 3-33 WAN/LAN Setting Screen
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, then Restart dialog box will appear. Click Apply to restart the system.
Figure 3-34 Restart Dialog Box
z Device IP (LAN IP) Setting
Figure 3-35 Device IP (LAN IP) Setting
Item
Default
Description
IP Address
10.59.1.1
The internal LAN IP address of your Wireless Subscriber Server Gateway.
Subnet Mask
255.0.0.0
Enter the subnet mask for the IP address.
z WAN MAC Address
Figure 3-36 WAN MAC Address Setting
Item
IP Address
Description
The default MAC address is set to the WAN physical interface on device.
z WAN Port Mode
Figure 3-37 WAN Port Mode Setting
DHCP Client
The device can work as a DHCP client. This allows the device to obtain the IP address and other TCP/IP settings from your ISP. If your
xDSL/Cable comes with this feature, please enable Use DHCP Client.
Figure 3-38 DHCP Client Setting Screen
Static IP
Figure 3-39 Static IP Setting Screen
Item
IP Address
Description
Enter the IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your ISP).
Subnet Mask
Enter the subnet mask for the IP address.
Gateway IP Gateway
Enter the Gateway IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your ISP).
Primary DNS Server
A primary DNS server IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your ISP).
Secondary DNS Server
A secondary DNS server IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your ISP). If the primary
DNS Server IP were not available, meanwhile, Secondary DNS Server IP would start in the same time.
PPPoE
Figure 3-40 PPPoE Setting Screen
Item
User Name
Default
Empty
Description
Enter your PPPoE account name. The user name can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
characters and is case sensitive.
Password
Empty
Enter your PPPoE password. The password can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric characters
and is case sensitive.
PPP MTU Setting
1492
MTU (Maximum Transfer Unit) specifies maximum transmission unit size.
TCP MSS Setting
1452
MSS (Maximum Segment Size) specifies maximum segment size.
Service Name
Empty
Enter the service name provided by your ISP. The service name can consist of up to 64
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Connect on Demand and Max Idle Time
Connect on Demand Enable
You can configure your Wireless Subscriber Gateway to cut your connection with your ISP after
Max Idle Time
a specified period of time (Max Idle Time). If you have been disconnected due to inactivity,
10 Minutes
Connect on Demand enables your Wireless Subscriber Gateway to automatically re-establish
your connection as soon as you attempt to access the Internet again. If you wish to activate
Connect on Demand, click the radio button. If you want your Internet connection to remain, click
the radio button of keep alive. The Max Idle Time maximum value is 65535 minutes.
Keep alive and Redial Period
Keep alive
Disable
This option keeps your PPPoE enabled Internet access connected indefinitely, even when it sits
Redial Period
30 Seconds
idle. The Redial Period maximum value is 65535 seconds.
z PPTP
Figure 3-41 PPTP Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
My IP Address
Empty
A PPTP local IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your ISP).
My Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the PPTP local IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection.
Gateway IP Address
Empty
A PPTP local default gateway for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your
PPTP Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the PPTP server IP address for the xDSL/Cable connection (provided by your
Username
Empty
Enter your PPTP account name. The user name can consist of up to 80
Password
Empty
Enter your PPTP password. The password can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
ISP).
ISP).
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
characters and is case sensitive.
PPP MTU Setting
1460
MTU (Maximum Transfer Unit) specifies maximum transmission unit size.
TCP MSS Setting
1400
MSS (Maximum Segment Size) specifies maximum segment size.
Connection ID/Name
Empty
Enter the connection ID or connection name. The connection ID/Name can consist
of up to 81 alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Connect on Demand and Max Idle Time
Connect on Demand
Enable
You can configure your Wireless Subscriber Gateway to cut your connection with
Max Idle Time
10 Minutes
your ISP after a specified period of time (Max Idle Time). If you have been
disconnected due to inactivity, Connect on Demand enables your Wireless
Subscriber Gateway to automatically re-establish your connection as soon as you
attempt to access the Internet again. If you wish to activate Connect on Demand,
click the radio button. If you want your Internet connection to remain, click the radio
button of keep alive. The Max Idle Time maximum value is 65535 minutes.
Keep alive and Redial Period
Keep alive
Disable
This option keeps your PPTP enabled Internet access connected indefinitely, even
Redial Period
30 Seconds
when it sits idle. The Redial Period maximum value is 65535 seconds.
3-2-3 Server
Figure 3-42 Server Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Web Server
Enter the HTTP port number. The HTTP port allowed range is 80 or 8010 to 8060. For access the
HTTP Port
80
Wireless Subscriber Gateway system under NAT, please tab the “http://HTTP Port IP Address: Port
Number”.
HTTPS Port
443
Administrator Idle-Timeout
5 Minutes
Enter the HTTPS port number. The HTTPS port allowed range is 443 or 4430 to 4440. For access the
Wireless Subscriber Gateway system, please tab the “https://HTTPS Port IP Address: Port Number”.
The idle time out valid range is 1-1440. If the idle time out is set as 5 minutes, it means if the
administrator doesn’t send packet in 5 minutes, the administrator will logout automatically.
There are three types of DHCP Services.
DHCP Server
Enable
DHCP Disable—Disable the DHCP server function.
DHCP Relay—Enable DHCP Relay function.
DHCP Server—Enable DHCP server function.
DHCP Relay
DHCP Server IP Address
To route DHCP through an external server, the administrator needs to enable the DHCP relay and assign a valid DHCP
server IP address.
Empty
Enter the IP address of DHCP server.
DHCP Server
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway's DHCP server is turned on and running by default when you install it in your network.
DHCP Pool Starting Address
10.59.1.2
Enter the DHCP Pool Starting IP address.
Pool Size
253
The DHCP pool size range is 1 to 512.
Lease Time
300 Minutes
The DHCP lease time. The DHCP lease time range is 1 to 71582788 minutes.
Primary DNS Server
168.95.1.1
Enter the IP address of the network’s primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS Server
Empty
Enter the IP address of a second DNS server on the network.
Email Server Redirect
To prevent some subscriber’s original Email server may protect by firewall or NAT network. Wireless Subscriber Gateway
provides an extra Email server parameter to forward the subscriber’s Email. The Wireless Subscriber Gateway not only
forwards the subscribers’ E-mail via other E-mail server but also changes the SMTP header. The recipient of your E-mail
sees the message as if you sent it from your local Internet Service Provide, not form the hotel or other place. Note: Before
setting this sever, please make sure the e-mail sever relay function is opened. It must not exceed 50 characters.
IP Address or Domain Name
Empty
Enter the E-mail server IP address or domain name.
SMTP Port
25
Enter the SMTP port number for mail server. The SMTP port allowed range is 25 or 2500 to 2599.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
3-2-4 Authentication
Figure 3-43 Authentication Setting Screen
Item
Authentication Type
Default
No Authentication
Description
Option: No Authentication, Built-in Authentication or User Agreement.
No Authentication―
Subscriber can direct access the Internet without enter username and password.
Authentication Type
No Authentication
Built-in Authentication―
Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides “Built-in Authentication” for service provider to build up an
Internet service without any extra authentication software. If “Built-in Authentication” is selected,
service provider can generate the subscriber account inside Wireless Subscriber Gateway, and the
system will authenticate the subscriber login according to the generated account.
User Agreement―
Subscriber must accept the service usage agreement before they can access the Internet.
WIFICOM―
Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides this Authentication for WIFICOM service provider to build up
an Internet service with RADIUS server. For the detail setup, please contact WiFicom.
(http://www.wificom.com)
Wandering Wi-Fi―
Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides this Authentication for Wandering Wi-Fi service provider to
build up an Internet service with RADIUS server. For the detail setup, please contact Wandering Wi-Fi.
(http://wanderingwifi.com)
Current User Information
1 Min(s)
Backup
The system provides automatically backup account information and unused account to flash ROM.
This function allow administrator to adjust the backup time. The default value is 1 minute. The Current
User Information Backup valid range is 1 to 1440.
Redirect Login Page URL
Code
Empty
The input format can be http://www.yahoo.com. The maximum character of the URL Link is 200.
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your home page to produce redirect subscriber login page.
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your home page to produce user agreement login page.
Figure 3-44 Preview Redirect Login Page Code
Item
SSL Login Page
Default
Disable
User Idle Time Out 5 Minutes
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Description
Enables or disables SSL security of login page.
The user idle time out valid range is 1-1440.
3-2-5 RADIUS Authentication
Figure 3-45 Authentication Setting Screen
Item
RADIUS Authentication
Default
Disable
Description
Option: No Authentication or RADIUS Server.
Disable (No Authentication) ―
Subscriber can direct access the Internet without enter username and password.
Enable (RADIUS Authentication) ―
Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides “RADIUS Authentication” for service provider
to build up an Internet service with RADIUS server. If RADIUS Authentication is
enabled, all subscribers’ authentication will send to RADIUS Server by RADIUS
protocol (RFC 2865, 2866).
Time to Finish/ Accumulation
Enable
Service provider provides two different accounting calculate for the Internet service.
Server IP
Empty
Enter the IP address of RADIUS server.
Authentication Port
1812
Enter the authentication port number; the authentication port number must match with
Primary RADIUS Server
the RADIUS server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0 to 65535.
Accounting Port
1813
Enter the accounting port number; the accounting port number must match with the
RADIUS server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0 to 65535.
Share Secret Key
Empty
The share secret key, the key number also has to match with the Server setting. Up to
64 characters are allowed.
Secondary RADIUS Server
Server IP
Empty
Enter the IP address of RADIUS server.
Authentication Port
1812
Enter the authentication port number; the authentication port number must match with
Accounting Port
1813
Enter the accounting port number; the accounting port number must match with the
Share Secret Key
Empty
The share secret key, the key number also has to match with the secondary RADIUS
the secondary RADIUS server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0 to 65535.
secondary RADIUS server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0 to 65535.
Server setting. Up to 64 characters are allowed.
Retry times when Primary fail
1
Specify the retry times when primary fail.
Retry Frequency ~ Seconds
3
The field default value is 3 seconds.
Accounting Service
Enable
Enables or disables the accounting service.
Interim Update Time
5 Minutes
Specify the interim update time.
Authentication Method
CHAP
Enter the authentication method of RADIUS server.
Enable
Disable
Enables or disables WISPr Smart Client roaming function.
Login Mode
Directly Reply Options: Directly Reply, Proxy Reply with “Redirect Login Page” URL and Proxy Reply
WISPr Smart Client
with Specific URL. The login mode information for the IPASS GIS connection.
(Provided by your ISP).
3-2-6 Billing
The function is used to setup a billing profile. A billing profile is a description of how you want to charge your customer.
Figure 3-46 Billing Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Pre-Paid Enable The subscribers can access Internet with pre-defined usage time.
If you change billing mode (Pre-paidÆPost-paid or Post-paidÆPre-paid), the system will erase all account and disconnect all on-line
users.
Figure 3-47 Message Box
Item
Enable Credit Card
Service
Default
Description
Disable Enables or disables the credit card service. Before
you enable credit card service, make sure that your
credit service is configured to work and the currency
is American dollars. You must be converting all prices
on your billing page into American dollars (U.S.
dollars). For details, see section 3-2-8 Credit Service.
The credit card function only supports the American
dollars.
Figure 3-48 Credit Service Setting Screen
Figure 3-49 Error Dialog Box (Credit Card Service=Enable)
Item
Time to Finish
Default
Enable
Description
The subscriber can access Internet only one time with one account. Once subscriber login, the
pre-defined usage time will start until run out even the subscriber stop to access the Internet
before run out.
Accumulation
Accumulation
Disable
The subscriber can access Internet many times with one account. The system can keep and
Idle Time Out
5 Min(s)
The idle time out valid range is 1-1440. If the idle time out is set as 5 minutes, it means if the
accumulate every single usage time until the pre-defined usage time run out.
account doesn’t send packet in 5 minutes, the account will logout automatically.
Accumulation
Time to Finish
login
login
A
logout
B
C
Time Bar
login
A
logout
login
logout
Time Bar
Usage time= A+B+C
finish
Usage time= A
Figure 3-50 Accumulation and Time to Finish
Item
Post-Paid
Default
Disable
Description
The subscribers can access Internet without pre-defined usage time. This can be
operated with an optional external PS/2 keypad that is connected with exclusive
printer. The printout will only show the username/password. An account can also
to be terminated with the optional keypad.
Idle Time Out
5 Min(s)
The idle time out valid range is 1-1440. If the idle time out is set as 5 minutes, it
means if the account doesn’t send packet in 5 minutes, the account will logout
automatically.
Billing Profile
Currency
$
Enter the appropriate currency unit or currency symbol.
Number of decimals places
2
Enter the number. The field maximum value is 3.
Tax Percentage
Disable
This check box is used to indicate the taxable status of the account.
5%
Enter the tax rate (i.e. a 5% sales tax is entered as 5).
+1~+10
The index number of billing profile. In Advanced setup, we provide 10 billing
No.
profile.
Active
-
Click on check box, active or inactive the billing profile.
Name
-
It is the name of billing profile. The maximum allowed characters length is 12.
Account Usage time
-
The duration of the billing period. When this period expires, user account will be
discontinued.
Charge
-
Enter the unit rate amount (i.e. 35.00) that most of your accounts are charged for
one day of service.
Figure 3-51 Pre-paid Procedure Diagram
Figure 3-52 Post-paid Procedure Diagram
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Billing setting screen.
Figure 3-53 Success Dialog Box
3-2-7 Accounting
This function allow service provider to generate the subscriber accounts.
Figure 3-54 Accounting Setting Screen
Figure 3-55
Item
Default
Description
Expiration
Un-used account will
12
Enter the number of hours/minutes/days. The field
be deleted after
hours
maximum value is 30 hours/minutes/days.
~hours automatically
Accumulation account 3
will be deleted after
Enter the number and select time unit from list box. The
months field maximum value is 30 month/ days/ hours.
logged in ~
Printout
Number of copies to
1
The system allows you to print all your bills. Select one
print
number of copies by clicking in the list box.
Can be replenished by Enable Click the check box to enable the replenish function.
subscriber
Figure 3-56 Account Process Diagram
Can be replenished by subscriber=Enable
z Three-Button Printer/ Web-based Account Generator Panel
Figure 3-57 Three-Button Printer/ Web-based Account Generator Panel Setting Screen
Item
Button A~C
Default
-
Description
Define each button’s billing profile. Select one billing profile by clicking in the list
box.
Print to…
Account Generator
Select a printer to print out your account.
Printer
Use ~ for Discount Price Plan
based on “Button Presses”
Button A, Disable
Select one button (A~C) by clicking in the list box to assign the base charge and
select enable to active the discount price plan.
Click on button to preview and operate account generator
panel.
Figure 3-58 Account Generator Panel
Figure 3-59 Web-based Account Generator Printout (Time to Finish)
Figure 3-60 PC-connected Printer Printout (Time to Finish)
Figure 3-61 Web-based Account Generator Printout (Accumulation)
Figure 3-62 PC-connected Printer Printout (Accumulation)
Note: Before configuring the accounting, you have to setting the billing profile of Web-based account generator panel.
Example: If press 7 times
z Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses” is disabled.
Figure 3-63 Example 1
Amount: 7 x $2.00= $14.00
Figure 3-64 Account Printout
z Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses” is enabled.
z The Charge by level is disabled.
Figure 3-65 Example 2
Amount: 7 x $ 1 = $ 7.00
Below is an example of the account printout.
Figure 3-66 Account Printout
z Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses” is enabled.
z Charge by level is enabled.
Figure 3-67 Example 3
Amount: 2 x $2.00 + 4 x$ 1.50+1x$1= $11.00
Below is an example of the account printout.
Figure 3-68 Account Printout
z Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses”
Figure 3-69 Discount Price Plan Setting Screen
Item
Charge by
Default
Description
Enable
Enables or disables the charge by levels function.
Level
1~10
This field displays the level number of charge rate.
Conditions
When>=
The discount condition.
levels
Button Presses -
Enter the times of pressing button.
Unit Price
Enter the amount of charge level.
-
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Accounting setting screen.
Figure 3-70 Success Dialog Box
3-2-8 Credit Card
Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides three credit card services (Authorize.net, iValidate.net and Secure Pay) that allow service
provider to authorize, process, and manage credit transactions directly from Internet.
Figure 3-71 Credit Card Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Authorize.net
Version
3.1
Merchant ID
Empty
This field displays the merchant version.
Enter your Merchant ID. This is a Merchant Identification Number that you’re
received from your Merchant Provider. The maximum character of the Merchant
ID is 50.
Merchant Password
This is a Merchant password that you’re received from your Merchant Provider.
Item
Need
Default
Disable
Description
If your Merchant Provider need password to authorize, click the check box to
enable this function.
Password
Empty
Enter your Merchant password.
Merchant Transaction Key
Empty
The Merchant Transaction Key can be obtained directly from “Authorize.net”. The
Merchant Transaction Key is similar to a password and is used by the Payment
Gateway to authenticate transactions. The maximum character of the Merchant
Transaction Key is 50.
Payment Gateway
https://secure.aut Enter the address of Payment Gateway.
horize.net/gatew
ay/transact.dll
Email Additional Information
The Email Additional Information included subscriber username and password would be sent to
Email Additional Information
Disable
Merchant Name Enable/Disable
Disable
Indicates whether Merchant Name should be sent to the Email of subscriber.
Merchant Name
Empty
Enter the merchant’s company name. The maximum allowed characters length is
subscriber.
Indicates whether Email additional information should be sent to the subscriber
(customer).
40.
Username and Password
Disable
Enable/Disable
Usage Time Enable/Disable
The Email Additional Information included subscriber username and password
would be sent to subscriber.
Disable
The Email Additional Information included subscriber usage time would be sent to
the subscriber.
iValidate.net
Merchant ID
Empty
Enter your Merchant ID. This is a Merchant Identification Number that you’re
received from your Merchant Provider. The maximum character of the Merchant
ID is 20.
Device ID
Empty
Enter your Device ID. This is a Device Identification Number that you’re received
from your Merchant Provider. The maximum character of the Device ID is 20.
Item
Default
Secure Server Address
Description
https://www.vious Enter the secure server address.
.net/merchant/pr
ocesscc.asp
Secure Pay
Merchant ID
Empty
Enter your Merchant ID. This is a Merchant Identification Number that you’re
received from your Merchant Provider. The maximum character of the Merchant
ID is 7.
https://www.secu Enter the address of SecurePay Payment Gateway.
SecurePay Address
repay.com.au/se
curepay/payment
s/process2.asp
Credit Card icons to be displayed
VISA
Click on check box to display credit card icon on the login page.
on the login page
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Accounting setting screen.
Figure 3-72 Success Dialog Box
Please follow steps below to pay using credit card.
Step 1: Choose Credit Card service on the login page.
Select Credit Card Service
Click
Click
Figure 3-73 Login Page
Step 2: Select Service and enter payment information.
Currency: American Dollars
Figure 3-74 Service & Payment Information Setting Screen (Authorize.net)
Item
Default
Description
Payment Information
Credit card number
Empty Enter your credit card number.
Credit card expiration date Empty Enter the credit card expiration date. The allowed
format is MMYY.
Enter Email Address
Empty Enter your email address. The system will e-mail you
account information once your payment information
has been successfully authorized.
First Name, Last
Name…..
Empty Enter the customer information, including name, city,
country and country.
Figure 3-75 Service & Payment Information Setting Screen (iValidate.net)
Item
Default
Description
Payment Information
Credit card number
Empty Enter your credit card number.
Credit card expiration
Empty Enter the credit card expiration date. The allowed
date
Enter Email Address
format is MMYY.
Empty Enter your email address. The system will e-mail your
account information once your payment information
has been successfully authorized.
Billing Address ZIP code Empty Enter the ZIP code.
Step 3: After valid payment information has been provided, the subscriber will obtain one valid account to login or the Figure 3-78 screen
will appear.
Figure 3-76 User Account Information
Figure 3-77
3-2-9 Keypad
Figure 3-78 Keypad Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Use for Pre-Paid Billing The system provides ten user definable hot keys through the
use of the + Key plus the 1 through 0 keys across the top of the
keypad.
Keypad Hot Key
+1~+0
It is the combination hot key for keypad application.
Billing Profile
-
Select the billing profile you want to assign to the
combination hot key.
Use
for
Post-Paid Define the basic rate of accounts.
Billing
Base on ~
Minutes Select the billing unit by clicking in the list box.
Charge by levels
Enable Enables or disables the charge by levels function.
Level (1~10)
1~10
This field displays the level number of charge rate.
Time Range
0
Enter the number.
Unit Price
-
Enter the amount of charge level.
Please follow steps below to create accounts using keypad function.
z Use for Pre-Paid Billing
Step 1: Click the Billing in the Advanced Setup menu, select enable Pre-Paid, click Apply.
Figure 3-79 Billing Setting Screen
Step 2: Click the Keypad in Advanced Setup Menu, define the Billing plan of pre-paid, and click Apply.
Figure 3-80 Keypad’s Hot Key Setting Screen
Step 3: You can use keypad to create subscriber accounts now. Press keypad hot key and then press Enter. A new subscriber account is
generated, and the account information should be printed.
Figure 3-81
Step 4: Subscriber can use this account to access Internet now.
z Use for Post-Paid Billing
Step 1: Click the Billing in the Advanced Setup menu, select enable Post-paid, click Apply.
Figure 3-82 Billing Setting Screen
Step 2: Click the Keypad in Advanced Setup Menu, Define the billing plan of post-paid, click Apply.
Figure 3-83 Keypad’s Hot Key Setting Screen
Step 3: You can use keypad to create subscriber accounts now. Press Enter, a new subscriber account is generated, and the account
information should be printed. This account information is including serial number, username, password and account create time.
Figure 3-84
Step 4: When subscriber wants to terminate the Internet service, press *, serial number and then press Enter, a bill should be printed.
Figure 3-85
Account Generator Printer
PS/2 Keypad
Enter the date (MonthDate)
Figure 3-86 Keypad’s Hot Key List
z Daily Account Report Printout
Press ABCAA
B: Billing Profile
UN: Purchase Unit
Figure 3-87 Daily Account
z Monthly Account Report Printout
Press ABCBB
B: Billing Profile
UN: Purchase Unit
Figure 3-88 Monthly Account
z System Status Report Printout
Press ABCCC
Figure 3-89 System Status Report Printout
z Network Report Printout
Press ABCAB
Figure 3-90 Network Report Printout
3-2-10 Customization
z Login Page
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides three different login page formats, including standard, redirect, advanced and frame format.
Standard
For some service providers, they may hope to have a customize subscriber’s login page to the users. This function helps them to realize
the ideal. The page elements are including login page title, background color, subtitle etc.
Figure 3-91 Standard Login Page Customization Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Logo
Disable
Select the check box to display service provider’s logo.
Title
Welcome
Enter the title name of subscriber login page. The maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Subtitle
Hot Spot
Enter the subtitle name of subscriber login page. The maximum allowed characters length is
Internet
80.
Service
Footnote
Disable
Allow the administrator to input the footnote such like “Pleas Contact to our Customer Service
Center, EXT 141”. The maximum character of the footnote is 240.
Copyright
Enable
The copyright is allowed the administrator to input a paragraph in the subscriber login page
Background Color
FFFFFF
The background text color can be specified color. For the specified text color format please
for copyright information. The maximum character of the copyright is 80.
views the color grid. The allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Figure 3-92 Login Page Screen
Before you add logo to the login page, please make sure the logo image file is defined. For details, see section 3-2-10
Customization->Logo.
Figure 3-93 Error Dialog Box
Redirect
This allow service provider to redirect the subscriber’s browser to a specified home page.
Figure 3-94 Redirect Login Page Setting Screen
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your home page to produce redirect subscriber login page.
Figure 3-95 Redirect Login Page Code Screen
Advanced
This function allow user to design login page of Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
Figure 3-96 Advanced Login Page Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Welcome Slogan Welcome The maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Page
None
Background
The page background can be none or specified color. For the
background color format please views the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Article
Empty
The article is allowed the administrator to input a paragraph in
the subscriber login page for advisement or announcement.
The maximum character of the article is 1024.
Article Text Color 000000
The article text color can be specified color. For the specified
text color format please views the color grid. The allowed
format is Hexadecimal.
Article
None
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Color
Information
The article background can be specified color. For the
background color format please views the color grid. The
Background
Empty
Allow the administrator to input the text information such like
address, telephone number and fax information. The
maximum character of the information is 80.
Comments
Empty
Allow the administrator to input the text comments such like
“Pleas Contact to our Customer Service Center, EXT 141”.
The maximum character of the comment is 80.
Figure 3-97 Color Gird
Frame
If “Frame” is selected the subscriber login page will be separate into Top Frame and Bottom Frame. Bottom Frame is a default format for
username and password input, Top Frame is allowed to be specified a URL to link.
www.caesarpark.com
Figure 3-98 Frame Login Page Setting Screen
Item
Top Frame URL
Default
Description
Empty
The input format can be http://www.yahoo.com. The
Link
Bottom Frame
maximum character of the URL Link is 200.
-
This frame will show the standard login page.
Figure 3-99 Example-Login Page Screen
z Logo
This function allows service provider to upload the customer’s logo image file which can be shown on the standard login page and account
printout of PC-connected printer.
Figure 3-100 Logo Setting Screen
Item
File Path
Default
Empty
Description
Enter the file pathname of the logo file in the File Path field.
Click Apply button to save the logo file to system.
Click Delete button to delete the logo file.
Figure 3-101 Logo Setting Screen
Figure 3-102 Login Page
z Information Window
This function allow service provider can decide whether they want an “Information Window” pop-up on subscriber PC when authenticate
successful or not and specified text of information window. Subscriber can type “http://1.1.1.1/info” to open the information window again
or enter “http://1.1.1.1/logout” to logout immediately if accumulation billing selected.
Figure 3-103 Example-Login Page Screen
Figure 3-104 Example-Login Page Screen
Figure 3-105 Information Window
Billing Type=Time to Finish
Can be replenished by subscriber=Disable
Figure 3-106 Information Window
Billing Type=Time to Finish
Can be replenished by subscriber=Enable
Figure 3-107 Information Window
Billing Type=Accumulation
Can be replenished by subscriber=Disable
Figure 3-108 Information Window
Billing Type=Accumulation
Can be replenished by subscriber=Enable
Figure 3-109 Information Window
Super Subscriber Account (Default username=”super” & password=”super”)
Figure 3-110 Logout Successfully Dialog Box
Billing Type=Accumulation
Figure 3-111 Alarm Dialog Box1
z Account Printout
This function allow service provider to specified text of account printout.
Figure 3-112 Account Printout Customization Setting Screen
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Account Printout Customization setting screen.
Figure 3-113 Success Dialog Box
Figure 3-114 PC-connected Printer Printout
Figure 3-115 Account Generator Printer Printout
Figure 3-116 Account Generator Printer Printout
z Credit Card
Standard Login Page
This function allow service provider to customize the additional credit card message for the standard login page.
Figure 3-117 Credit Customization Setting Screen
Figure 3-118 Standard Login Page
(Enable Credit Card Service=enable)
Figure 3-119 Billing Setting Screen
Service Selection Page
This function allow service provider to customize the additional credit card message for the standard login page.
Customer Information
Figure 3-120 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (Authorize.net)
Figure 3-121 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (iValidate.net)
Figure 3-122 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (Secure Pay)
Figure 3-123 Service Selection Page (Authorize.net)
Figure 3-124 Service Selection Page (iValidate.net)
Figure 3-125 Service Selection Page (SecurePay)
Successful Page
Figure 3-126 Successful Page Setting Screen
Figure 3-127 Example-Successful Page
Fail Page
This function allow service provider to customize the message for the fail page.
Figure 3-128 Fail Page Setting Screen
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Figure 3-129 Fail Page
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Credit Card Customization setting screen.
Figure 3-130 Success Dialog Box
z User Agreement Page
This function allow user to design user agreement page of Internet Subscriber Server.
Figure 3-131 User Agreement Page Setting Screen
Figure 3-132 User Agreement Page
3-2-11 Pass Through
This function allow administrator to set some special devices pass through the Wireless Subscriber Gateway system. Because some
network devices might be constructed under the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. However these devices needn’t be checked and
authorized. The Wireless Subscriber Gateway provides a pass through list and the administrator can control which devices can be pass
through with authentication.
Figure 3-133 Pass through Setting Screen
Item
Pass Through
Default
Disable
Description
Enables or disables the pass through function.
Destination URL/IP Address Pass Through
URL or Website
Empty
Enter the URL Page; please use this format such like “http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum
character of the URL Page is 50.
Start IP Address
Empty
Enter the start IP address of you wants pass through.
End IP Address
Empty
Enter the end IP address of you wants pass through.
Subscriber IP/MAC Address or LAN Device Pass Through
Start IP Address
Empty
Enter the start IP address of you wants pass through.
End IP Address
Empty
Enter the end IP address of you wants pass through.
IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of you wants pass through.
Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the subnet mask of you wants pass through.
MAC Address
Empty
Enter the MAC address of you wants pass through.
Mask
Empty
Enter the subnet mask of you wants pass through.
Pass Through List
Display the pass through Information of Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
No.
-
The index number of pass through address.
Active
Disable
Click on check box, active or inactive the pass through address.
Address List
-
Display the pass through address(s).
Type
-
Display the type of pass through address.
Delete
Disable
Select the check boxes and click ‘Delete’ to delete the pass through address(s).
Click Add to List button to add a new entry.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Delete All & Apply button to delete all entries.
Note: The priority of "pass through" is higher than "Filtering".
3-2-12 Filtering
Filtering allows the system administrator to have a list of restricted destinations, which is useful to block specified Internet websites or
Intranet areas.
Figure 3-134 Filtering Setting Screen
Item
Filtering
Default
Disable
Description
Enables or disables filtering function.
HTTP Message The Web
Enter the http message. The maximum character of the
to display when Site is
HTTP message is 200.
a website is
blocked by
blocked
System
Figure 3-135 Error Dialog Box
Item
Default
Description
Restrict Destination
URL or Website Empty
Enter the URL Page of you wants to filter; please use this
format such like “http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum
character of the URL Page is 50.
Start IP
Empty
Enter the start IP address of you wants to filter.
End IP Address Empty
Enter the end IP address of you wants to filter.
IP Address
Empty
Enter the destination IP address of you wants to filter.
Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the destination subnet mask.
No
-
The index number of filtering address.
Active
Disable
Click on check box, active or inactive the filtering address.
Address List
-
Display the filtering address(s).
Delete
Disable
Select the check boxes and click ‘Delete’ to delete the
Address
filtering address(s).
Click Add to List button to add a new entry.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Delete All & Apply button to delete all entries.
Note: The priority of "pass through" is higher than "Filtering".
3-2-13 Share
This feature allows sharing the network devices after subscriber successful login.
Figure 3-136 Share Device Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Share LAN resource Disable Enables or disables share LAN resource function.
Resource Name
Empty Enter the device name. The maximum character of the
resource name is 30.
Resource IP Address Empty Enter the IP address of device in the format
“xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”.
Resource MAC
Empty Enter the MAC address of device. For input the device
Address
MAC
address,
please
use
this
format
such
like”0050BA8D2296”.
Interface
Wired
Select the interface.
Share LAN resource List
No.
-
The index number of share LAN device.
Active
Disable Click on check box, active or inactive the share LAN
device.
Resource Name
-
Display the device name.
IP Address
-
Display the IP address of device.
MAC Address
-
Display the MAC address of device.
Interface
-
Display the interface of device.
Delete
Disable Select the check boxes and click ‘Delete’ to delete the
share device(s).
Note:
1. You must use the “Search IP” method to search for a device on the network. Please follow steps below to search your device.
) Click Start, and then click Search.
) Click Computers or People.
) Click “A computer on the network”.
) In Computer, type the IP address of the device you want to find. Click Search.
2. The function support only Unicast and IP Protocol.
Click Add to List button to add a new entry.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Delete All & Apply button to delete all entries.
3-2-14 Portal Page
This feature allows redirecting subscriber’s browser to a specified portal page after successful login.
Figure 3-137 Portal Page Setting Screen
Item
Default
URL Link Empty
Description
Enter
the
URL
Link
page.
The
input
format
can
be
“http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum character of the URL Link
is 200.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Portal Page setting screen.
Figure 3-138 Success Dialog Box
3-2-15 Advertisement
The system allow service provider to input 10 URL links for advertisement link purpose.
Figure 3-139 Advertisement URL Link Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Frequency One Time One Time Only—One Time Only means to send the advertisement
Only
link once after the subscriber Login.
Every~Min(s)—The field means to send the advertisement link
every interval minutes. The value range is 1 to 60 (minutes).
Sequence Randomly Randomly—Display the advertisement page in the random order.
From 1 to 10 —Display the advertisement page in the order as
setting.
URL Link Empty
This function allows the administrator to input ten different
1~10
websites in the table for advertisement. And these 10 websites will
display to the subscribers at random when the subscribers login in
the Wireless Subscriber Gateway system. The input format can be
“http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum character of the URL Link
# is 200.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Advertisement URL Link setting screen.
Figure 3-140 Success Dialog Box
3-2-16 Walled Garden
We prepare ten URL links that allows subscriber to access the specific Web pages even they didn’t have a username or password. It’s
free trying and can use for advertisement.
Yahoo
www.yahoo.com
MSN
www.msn.com
Microsoft
www.microsoft.com
Figure 3-141 Walled Garden
Name
Figure 3-142 Login Page
Item
Description
Link 1~10
Name
The name is allowed user to set the prompt string in user customize login
page. The maximum allowed characters length is 80.
URL 1~10
The input format can be “http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum character
of the Link# is 200.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Walled Garden setting screen.
Figure 3-143 Success Dialog Box
3-2-17 DDNS
The DDNS service (Dynamic Domain Name Service), an IP Registry provides a public central database where information such as email
addresses, host names, IP addresses etc. can be stored and retrieved. This solves the problems if your DNS server uses an IP
associated with dynamic IP addresses. When the ISP assigns the Wireless Subscriber Gateway a new IP, the Wireless Subscriber
Gateway must inform the DDNS server the change of this IP so that the server can update its IP-to-DNS entry. Once the IP-to-DNS table
in the DDNS server is updated, the DNS name for your web server (i.e., xyz.dyndns.org) is still usable.
Figure 3-144 DDNS Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Force to update every 1 day
Enter a number in the field to set the force update
~day(s) when WAN IP
interval (in days).
address keeps no
change
No
01~03
The index number of a DDNS account.
Active
Disable
Click on check box, active or inactive the DDNS
record.
Click the Update Status Now button to do manual update.
Settings
Enter the account information of DDNS Server.
Status
YY/MM/DD
Display the update date, time and status. The Status
HH:MM:SS:
area shows the update time and current state of the
DDNS Client.
N/A—DDNS Client service not installed.
Update Successfully—DDNS Client service installed;
service running.
Update Fail—DDNS Client service installed; service
not running.
Service Provider
Dyndns.org
Select a DDNS service provider by clicking in the list
(www.dyndns.org) box. Note: Before configuring the DDNS settings,
you have to register a dynamic domain at one of the
dynamic domain service providers’ list box.
Registered Host
Empty
Name
Enter the host name of DDNS server. The maximum
character of the registered host name is 100.
Login Name
Empty
Enter the user name of DDNS server.
Password
Empty
Enter the user password of DDNS server.
Email Address
Empty
Enter your email address. The DDNS Server will
e-mail you important information once your Internet
Name has been successfully registered.
Wildcards (optional)
Disable
Enable
this
function
*.mydomain.dyndns.org
mydomain.dyndns.org.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
to
be
and
able
not
to
use
only
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to DDNS setting screen.
Figure 3-145 Success Dialog Box
3-2-18 LAN Devices
Administrator can direct remote control to LAN Devices via the Wireless Subscriber Gateway implemented the feature.
Figure 3-146 LAN Devices Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Polling Interval
5 Min.
The default value is 5 minutes. The Polling Interval valid range is 1 to 1440.
Device Name
Empty
The LAN device name. The maximum character of the device name is 20.
Virtual Port
0
The virtual port number valid range is 60001 to 60050 or 5900 to 5910.
Device IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of LAN device in the format “xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”
Device Server Port
0
Enter the server port of LAN device.
Device MAC Address
Empty
The MAC address of LAN device. For input the device MAC address, please use this format
such like”0050BA8D2296”.
Application
TCP
Select one protocol type of LAN device by clicking in the list box.
Interface
Wired
Select one interface of LAN device by clicking in the list box.
Click Delete All button to delete all entries.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Note: The system does not support FTP.
3-2-19 Syslog
The function allows the device to transmit event messages to your syslog server or your email address for monitoring and
troubleshooting.
z Syslog Setting
Figure 3-147 Syslog Setting Screen
Item
Syslog
Default
Description
Disable Enables or disables the syslog server function.
Syslog on LAN
Server IP Address
Empty
Enter syslog server’s IP address. The Wireless Subscriber Gateway will send all of its logs to the specified
syslog server.
Server MAC
Address
Empty
Enter the syslog server’s MAC address. The Wireless Subscriber Gateway will send all of its logs to the
specified syslog server.
Item
Default
Description
Syslog on WAN
Server 1 IP Address Empty
Enter IP address of first syslog server.
Server 2 IP Address Empty
Enter IP address of second syslog server.
Send to Email
Disable Enables or disables the send to e-mail function.
E-mail Server
IP Address or
Empty
Enter the SMTP server IP address or domain name. The maximum allowed characters length is 50.
SMTP Port
25
The SMTP port allowed range is 25 or 2500 to 2599.
E-mail (SMTP)
Disable If your SMTP server requires authentication before accepting e-mail, click on check box. These values
Domain Name
Server needs to
(username and password) are supplied by your network administrator, SMTP server provider or ISP.
check my account
Username
Empty
Enter the username for the SMTP server. The maximum allowed characters length is 64.
Password
Empty
Enter the password for the SMTP server
Empty
Enter the name you would like to appear in the “message from” field of your outgoing message. The
Email From
Name
maximum allowed characters length is 20.
Email Address
Empty
Enter your e-mail address. This is the address others will use to send email to Email Address 1/Email
Address 2.
Email To
Email Address 1
Empty
Enter your first e-mail address to receive the logs.
Email Address 2
Empty
Enter your second e-mail address to receive the logs.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Syslog setting screen.
Figure 3-148 Success Dialog Box
z Log Categories
Figure 3-149 Log Settings Screen
Item
Interval Time
Description
Syslog
Disable
Click on check box, send log information to your syslog server.
Email
Disable
Click on check box, send log information to your e-mail address.
60 minutes
The log included system information would be sent according to specified interval time.
System
Syslog Information
Format:(Id, Mac Address) (System Uptime, 0 days 00h:04m:00s) (Location Name, Location
Name) (WAN, FrameTxOK, FrameRxOK, FrameTxError, FrameRxError) (LAN, FrameTxOK,
FrameRxOK, FrameTxError, FrameRxError)
(Wireless, FrameTxOK, FrameRxOK, FrameTxError, FrameRxError)
System Boot Notice
When System
If device have been rebooted, the log would be sent.
reboot
Format: (Id, MAC Address) (System Up)
System Manager
When system
A log will be sent if system manager (Administrator, Supervisor or Account Manager) login to
Activity Information
manager login or
or logout from the device.
logout
Format: (Id, Mac Address) (System Account Activity Information, Username, User IP, Status)
Username: Administrator | Supervisor | Accounting Operator
Status: Login | Logout | Idle Time Out
Subscriber
Wireless Association 60 minutes
A log included wireless associated users information would be sent according to specified
Information
interval time.
Format:(Id, Mac Address) (Wireless Association Information, Number of associated users,
Start Number, End number) (Signal strength, Signal quality, Connection speed, MAC
address)(…)(…)(…)
Item
Logged-in Users
Interval Time
60 minutes
Description
A log included logged-in users information would be sent according to specified interval time.
Format:
(Id, Mac Address) (Logged-in Users, Type, Number of logged-in users, Start Number, End
number) (Username, User IP, User MAC, Interface, Login time, RxData count, TxData
count)(…)(…)
Type: Dynamic | Super | User agreement | No Authentication
If the type of Logged-in user is Super Subscriber, Username will be “********”.
If the build-in account mode is disabled, Username is “Anonymous”.
Proprietary Accounting
Account Created
When an account is A log would be sent if account were created.
created.
Format:
(Id, Mac Address) (Account Create, Type, S/N, Username, Unit, Account usage time, Billing
profile information)
Type: TimeToFinish | Accumulation | PostPaid
Billing profile information: [index, name]
Account usage time: 00:59:59 (example)
Account Activated
When an account is A log would be sent if account were activated.
activated
Format:
(Id, Mac Address) (Account Activate, username, user IP, user MAC, Interface)
Subscriber Trace
When subscriber
A log including subscriber’s login or logout time will be sent once after subscriber logout.
logout
Format:
(Id, MAC Address) (Subscriber Trace, Type, Event, S/N, Username, User IP, User MAC,
Interface, Login time, Logout time, Usage Time, Time Left, RxData count, TxData count)
Type: TimeToFinish | Accumulation | PostPaid | Super
Event: Finished | Replenished | Logout | Idle-Timeout | Account Expired | Deleted
If the type of Subscriber Trace is Super, the Username will be “********”, and S/N will be
“******”.
Usage time: 00:59:59 (example)
Subscriber Trace Relationship
Type
Event
Time Left
TimeToFinish
Finished
00:00:00
TimeToFinish
Replenished
00:12:00 to S/Nxxxxxx
TimeToFinish
Deleted
00:12:00
Accumulation
Finished
00:00:00
Accumulation
Replenished
00:12:00 to S/Nxxxxxx
Accumulation
Logout
00:48:00
Accumulation
Idle-Timeout
00:48:00
Accumulation
Deleted
00:48:00
Accumulation
Account Expired
00:48:00
PostPaid
Logout
******
PostPaid
Idle-Timeout
******
PostPaid
Deleted
******
PostPaid
Finished
******
PostPaid
Account Expired
******
Super
Idle-Timeout
******
Super
Deleted
******
Item
Interval Time
Description
Billing
Billing Log
When log created
A log would be sent after a billing log is created.
Format:(Id, MAC Address) (Billing Log, Type, S/N, Username, Billing profile information,
Units, Usage time, Bill, Payment)
Type: TimeToFinish | Accumulation | PostPaid
Billing profile name: [Name]
Usage time: “00:59:59” (example)
Billing profile information: [index, name]
Payment: Cash | Credit Card
“Credit Card” does not support “PostPaid”.
If Type is “PostPaid”, the billing profile information and Units will be “*”.
LAN Devices Management Category
LAN Devices
60 minutes
A log including current LAN Devices Status will be sent according to specified interval
Information
time.
Format: (Id, MAC Address) (LAN Devices Information, Number of devices, Start
Number, End number) (Device name, Status)(…)(…)
LAN Devices Alarm When device fail
A log will be sent if one of the LAN Devices detected results is "Fail".
Format: (Id, MAC Address) (LAN Device Alarm, Device name, FAIL)
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Logs setting screen.
Figure 3-150 Success Dialog Box
3-2-20 Session Trace
Session Trace is an intelligent function to help service provider to trace every user’s access behavior. When “session trace” is enable , the
system will collect information such like destination IP, destination port, source IP, source MAC, source port by every user and send the
collected information in text format file to specified TFTP server.
Figure 3-151 Session Trace Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Session Trace
Disable
Disables or enables session trace function.
Primary TFTP Server
Empty
Enter the IP address of the primary TFTP server.
Empty
Enter the IP address of the second TFTP server.
10
The field means to send the session trace log file
IP Address
Secondary TFTP
Server IP Address
Send Session Trace
log file every~ minutes. minutes
every interval minutes. The value range is 5 to 1440
(minutes).
3-2-21 Bandwidth
The function enables administrator to limit bandwidth usage on a per user basis (MAC address). That prevents users from consuming a
disproportionately large amount of bandwidth so every user gets a fair share of the available bandwidth.
Figure 3-152 Bandwidth Setting Screen
Item
Bandwidth
Default
Description
Disable Enables or disables Bandwidth Management.
Maximum Upstream
64Kbps Specify the amount of upstream bandwidth.
Maximum
Downstream
128Kbps Specify the amount of downstream bandwidth.
3-2-22 Secure Remote
This feature allows you to create a secure connection to a remote site or back end system with VPN PPTP Client. If “Secure Remote” is
enabled, the RADIUS packet/ syslog will be transferred to this secure connection.
Figure 3-153 Secure Remote Setting Screen
Item
Auto-connect at
Default
Disable
Start-up (Always
Description
Enable the check box to automatically establish the
PPTP connection.
connect)
PPTP Server IP
Empty
Enter the PPTP server IP address provided by your ISP.
Empty
Enter the user name provided by your ISP. The user
address
Username
name can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric characters
and is case sensitive.
Password
Empty
Enter the user password provided by your ISP. The
password can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
characters and is case sensitive.
Click on Start/Stop connection button to start/stop PPTP
connection.
Click on refresh button to update the status.
VPN Tunnel
Display the status.
Client IP
Display the IP address.
3-2-23 SNMP
The SNMP Agent Configuration screen enables you to access to your device via Simple Network Management Protocol. If you are not
familiar with SNMP, please consult your Network Administrator or consult SNMP reference material. You must first enable SNMP on the
SNMP Agent Configuration screen.
Figure 3-154 SNMP Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
SNMP
Disable
Disables or enables the SNMP management.
SNMP Port
161
If the SNMP enables, also allowed to specific the SNMP port number via NAT. The
Trap Port
162
allowed SNMP port numbers are 161 (default), 16100-16199 and Trap port numbers are
162 (default), 16200-16299. This Port setting is useful for remote control via NAT network.
Configuration
Community Name
public/private
Every unit with SNMP enable must be configured to recognize one or more community
names up to 20 characters. The default setting for the community of entry 1 is “public” and
for the entry 2 is “private” and others are empty.
NMS Address
ANY
The address of the NMS. The default settings for the NMS Networking are “ANY”.
Privileges
Read/Write
Choose “Read”, “Write”, “Trap Recipients” and “All” for different privileges. The default
setting of the entry 2 is “write” and others are “read”.
Status
Valid/Invalid
Chosen “Valid” or “Invalid”. The default setting of entry 1, 2 are valid and others are
invalid.
3-2-24 Wireless
Figure 3-155 Wireless Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
General Settings
The ESSID is the unique name that is shared among all points in a wireless network.
ESSID
Wireless
Channel
6
Security
Disable
WPA Encryption
Wi-Fi Protected Access Encryption
Pre-shared Key
Empty
Enter a pre-shared key from 8 to 63 case sensitive ASCII characters.
Group Key Re-Keying
86400 Seconds
Enter a number in the field to set the force re-keying interval.
Use WPA with Pre-shared
Key
It is case sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters.
Select the channel ID for wireless connection.
Select disable to allow wireless station to communicate with the device without any
data encryption. Select enable to enable WPA or WEP data encryption.
Enable
Pre-Shared Key
Empty
Enter a pre-shared key from 8 to 63 case sensitive ASCII characters.
Use WPA with RADIUS
Disable
Server IP
Empty
Authentication Port
1812
Enter the authentication port number. The allowed numbers are from 0 to 65535.
Share Secret Key
Empty
Enter the RADIUS secret key
WEP Encryption
Wired Equivalent Privacy Encryption
Encryption
64 bit
Mode
HEX
Enter the RADIUS server IP address or domain name. The maximum allowed
characters length is 15.
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway supports 64-bit or 128 bit WEP encryption.
Options: HEX (Hexadecimal) and ASCII (American Standard Code for Information
Interchange).
This selects which of the Keys the Wireless Subscriber Gateway uses when it
transmits. You can change the selected encryption key every now and then to
increase the security of your network.
WEP Key
1
Note: You have to configure all WEP keys (1~4), and select one of the four WEP key.
Enter 5 characters (case sensitive) for ASCII 64-bit WEP Key.
Enter 10 characters (case sensitive) for Hex 64-bit WEP Key.
Enter 13 characters (case sensitive) for ASCII 128-bit WEP Key.
Enter 26 characters (case sensitive) for Hex 128-bit WEP Key.
802.1x
Disable
Enables or disables the 802.1x function.
Encryption
64 bit
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway supports 64-bit or 128 bit 802.1x encryption.
Re-key Time
86400 Seconds
Enter a number in the field to set the force re-keying interval.
Server IP
Empty
Authentication Port
1812
Enter the RADIUS server IP address or domain name. The maximum allowed
characters length is 15.
Enter the authentication port number. The allowed numbers are from 0 to 65535.
Share Secret Key
Empty
Enter the RADIUS secret key.
Beacon Interval
200
This value valid range is 1 to 1000 indicates the frequency interval of the beacon.
2347
This value valid range is 256-2342. This setting determines the packet size at which
the Wireless Subscriber Gateway issues a request to send (RTS) before sending the
packet. A low RTS Threshold setting can be useful in areas where many client
devices are associating with the Wireless Subscriber Gateway, or in areas where the
clients are far apart and can detect only the Wireless Subscriber Gateway and not
each other.
RTS Threshold
Item
Default
Fragmentation Threshold
Preamble Type
Description
2432
This setting determines the size at which packets are fragmented. Enter a setting
ranging from 256 to 2432 bytes. Use a low setting in areas where communication is
poor or where there is a great deal of radio interference.
Long Preamble
The preamble type is a section of data at the head of a packet that contains
information the Wireless Subscriber Gateway and client devices need when sending
and receiving packets. The setting menu allows you to select a long, short or
dynamic preamble type.
Select open system, shared Key or both.
Open System—Allows any device to authenticate and then attempt to communicate
with the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. Using open authentication, any wireless
device can authenticate with the Wireless Subscriber Gateway, but the device can
only communicate if its WEP keys match the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. Devices
not using WEP do not attempt to authenticate with a Wireless Service Gateway that
is using WEP.
Shared Key—During shared key authentication, the Wireless Subscriber Gateway
sends an unencrypted challenge text string to any device attempting to communicate
Authentication Method
Open System
with the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. The device-requesting authentication
encrypts the challenge text and sends it back to the Wireless Subscriber Gateway. If
the challenge text is encrypted correctly, the Wireless Subscriber Gateway allows
the requesting device to authenticate. Both the unencrypted challenge and the
encrypted challenge can be monitored, however, which leaves the Wireless
Subscriber Gateway open to attack from an intruder who calculates the WEP key by
comparing the unencrypted and encrypted text strings. Because of this weakness,
shared key authentication can be less secure than open authentication.
Both—With this setting wireless stations can communicate with or without data
encryption.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the restart dialog box appears. Click on Apply to restart the system.
Figure 3-156 Restart Dialog Box
This operation will load the default manufacturer configuration to the system. All this
page (Wireless) configuration setup will be replaced by default settings.
3-2-25 Account Generator
Figure 3-157 Account Generator Printer Setting Screen
Figure 3-158 Application
3-3
System Status
Display Wireless Subscriber Gateway system basic status, including,
1. System
2. Account List
3. Account Log
4. Current User
5. DHCP Clients
6. Session List
7. LAN Devices
Figure 3-159 System Status Item Screen
3-3-1 System
The System Information Menu displays current system basic information including the service connection message, host name, LAN,
WAN, DHCP Configuration, DNS, E-mail Redirection, SSL Certificate, network traffic Information and the system firmware version
number.
Figure 3-160 System Status Screen
Figure 3-161 System Status Screen
3-3-2 Account List
You can display a list of all the account information on this device. This table includes the username, password, usage time, time created,
login time, expiration time and status.
Figure 3-162 Account List
Click on refresh button to update the account list page.
Click the column button to sort the column in ascending/descending order.
Select the check boxes and click ‘Delete’ to delete the accounts.
Delete all accounts in account list.
Note: This page will refresh automatically every 5 minutes.
3-3-3 Account Log
The account log shows the accounts’ log information.
Figure 3-163 Account Log
This allow you to export the account logs to a text file format. (export.log)
Click on Clear Log to remove all account log entries.
Click on refresh button to update the account log page.
Click the column button to sort the column in ascending/descending order.
3-3-4 Current User
Display the current logged-in subscribers’ status. It allow service provider to disconnect any subscribers.
Figure 3-164 Current User List
Figure 3-165 Current User List (super account)
Figure 3-166 Current User List (No Authentication)
Click on refresh button to update the current user list page.
Click the column button to sort the column in ascending/descending order.
Select the check boxes and click ‘Disconnect’ to disconnect accounts.
Disconnect all accounts in current user list.
3-3-5 DHCP Clients
The DHCP client table shows the current DHCP users on the LAN.
Figure 3-167 Current User Screen
3-3-6 Session List
The remote site administrator could monitor the real time usage status of Wireless Subscriber Gateway via this page.
Figure 3-168 Session List Screen
3-3-7 LAN Devices
You can manage all devices by clicking on device name to access device’s Web-based interface.
Click
Figure 3-169 LAN Devices Status Screen
Figure 3-170 Example- Ethernet Switch Management Screen
3-4 System Tools
This allows service provider or administrator to process Firmware upgrade, change password and backup or restore configuration.
1. Configuration
2. Firmware
3. Boot Code
4. System Account
5. SSL Certificate
6. Ping Command
7. Restart
8. Logout
Figure 3-171 System Tools Item
3-4-1 Configuration
Use the Configuration item to save, restore or reset configuration parameters of the Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
Figure 3-172 Configuration Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Backup
Click it to save the system configuration to your computer. (export.cfg)
Remote TFTP Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of TFTP Server.
File Name
Empty
Enter the file name in the File Name field.
Restore
Click it to restore your system configuration.
Local PC File Path
Empty
Remote TFTP Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of TFTP Server.
File Name
Empty
Enter the file name in the File Name field.
Enter the file pathname of the system configuration file in the
Local PC File Path field.
Reset the system back to factory defaults
Erase all setting and back to factory setting.
Keep subscriber profile
Disable
Click the keep subscriber profile to change all the parameters into
factory setting but still reserve the subscriber profiles.
3-4-2 Firmware Upgrade
The Firmware Upgrade menu loads updated firmware to be permanent in flash ROM. The download file should be a binary file from
factory; otherwise the agent will not accept it. After downloading the new firmware, the agent will automatically restart it.
z Manual Firmware Upgrade
Figure 3-173 Manual Firmware Upgrade Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
This allow administrator to upgrade the firmware via HTTP.
Local PC File Path
Empty
Enter the file name and location in the Local PC File Path field.
This allows administrator use TFTP server to upgrade firmware.
Remote TFTP Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of TFTP Server.
File Name
Empty
Enter the file name in the File Name field.
Note:
1. Before downloading the new firmware, users must save the configuration file for restore configuration parameters of the device.
2. Do not turn the power off during the upgrade process. This will damage the unit.
z Scheduled Firmware Upgrade
Scheduled Firmware Upgrade is a program that enables an automatic upgrade to the latest firmware version through the TFTP server.
Figure 3-174 Scheduled Firmware Upgrade Setting Screen
Item
Default
Disable/Enable
Disables or enables the scheduled firmware upgrade function.
Description
TFTP Server IP
Empty
Enter the IP address of TFTP Server.
File Synchronization
Empty
Enter the file name and location in the File Synchronization field.
Click the button to display synchronization file example.
Frequency
Weekly
Set the firmware upgrade time. The default value is “Weekly”.
Figure 3-175 Synchronization File Sample Code
Note: Do not turn the power off during the upgrade process. This will damage the unit.
3-4-3 Boot Code
Figure 3-176 Boot Code Upgrade Setting Screen
3-4-4 System Account
Use the System Account screen to change the system accounts.
Figure 3-177 System Account Setting Screen
Item
Username
Description
The username can consist of up to 20 alphanumeric characters and is
sensitive.
Password
The password can consist of up to 20 alphanumeric characters and is
sensitive.
Confirm
The password for confirmation.
Super
Disables or enables the super account function.
Subscriber
Idle Time Out
The user idle time out valid is 1 to 1440 minutes. If the idle time out is set
as 5 minutes, it means if the account doesn’t send packet in 5 minutes,
the account will logout automatically.
z Administrator Account
Step 1: Start your Web browser and enter the factory default IP address 10.59.1.1 in your browser’s location box. Press Enter.
Figure 3-178 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
Step 2: The Wireless Subscriber Gateway configuration main menu will appear. Enter admin (default) as the Username and admin
(default) as the password and click Login. If you are first time setting the system, the wizard setup screen will appear.
Figure 3-179 Administrator Account Login Screen (First Time)
Or
Figure 3-180 System Quick View
z Web-Based Accounting Manager
Step 1: Start your Web browser and enter the factory default IP address 10.59.1.1 in your browser’s location box. Press Enter.
Figure 3-181 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
Step 2: The Wireless Subscriber Gateway configuration main menu will appear. Enter account as the Username and account as the
password and click Login
Figure 3-182 Web-Based Accounting Manager Login Screen
Step 3: After a valid user name and password have been provided, the account Generator Panel homepage will appear.
Figure 3-183 Account Generator
Panel
z Supervisor Account
Step 1: Start your Web browser and enter the factory default IP address 10.59.1.1 in your browser’s location box. Press Enter.
Figure 3-184 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
Step 2: The Wireless Subscriber Gateway configuration main menu will appear. Enter supervisor as the Username and supervisor as
the password and click Login.
Figure 3-185 Supervisor Account Login Screen
Step 3: After a valid user name and password have been provided, the Wireless Subscriber Gateway configuration homepage will appear.
Disable
Figure 3-186 System Status Screen
z Super Subscriber Account
Start your Web Browser; a subscriber login page will appear. Enter super as the Username and super as the password and click Enter,
you can use Internet now.
Username: super
Password: super
Figure 3-187 Subscriber Login Page
3-4-5 SSL Certificate
The function allows you to download the registered CA certificate into the Wireless Subscriber Gateway.
Figure 3-188 SSL Certificate Download Setting Screen
Note: The password field must the same as the CA’s registered password.
3-4-6 Pin Command
The Ping function can check the Wireless Subscriber Gateway networking connective or not.
Figure 3-189 Ping
Command Screen
Item
IP or URL
Description
Enter the IP address or the URL link.
3-4-7 Restart
If your Wireless Subscriber Gateway is not operating correctly, you can choose this option to display the restart Wireless Subscriber
Gateway screen. Clicking the apply button restart the Wireless Subscriber Gateway, with all of your settings remaining intact.
Figure 3-190 Restart Screen
3-4-8 Logout
If you would like to leave the configuration page, please click apply to exit.
Figure 3-191 Logout Screen
Appendix A Signal Connection Arrangements
RJ-45 Ethernet Port
The Wireless Subscriber Gateway RJ-45 Ethernet port can connect to any networking devices that use a standard LAN interface, such as
a Hub/Switch Hub or Router. Use unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) or shield twisted-pair (STP) cable to connect the networking device to the
RJ-45 Ethernet port.
Depending on the type of connection, 10Mbps or 100Mbps, use the following Ethernet cable, as prescribed.
10Mbps: Use EIA/TIA-568-100-Category 3, 4 or 5 cable.
100Mbps: Use EIA/TIA-568-100-Category 5 cable.
Figure A-1 RJ-45 Connector and Cable Pins
Note: To prevent loss of signal, make sure that the length of any twisted-pair connection does not exceed 100 meters.
LIMITED WARRANTY
RayTalk RA-495
What the warranty covers:
We warrant its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship during the warranty period. If a product proves to be
defective in material or workmanship during the warranty period, we will at its sole option repair or replace the product with a like
product with a like product. Replacement product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished parts or components.
How long the warranty is effective:
The RayTalk RA-495 it is warranted for two year for all parts and two year for all labor from the date of the first consumer purchase.
Who the warranty protects:
This warranty is valid only for the first consumer purchaser.
What the warranty does not cover:
1. Any product, on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
2. Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
a. Accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, unauthorized product modification, or failure to follow
instructions supplied with the product.
b. Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by us.
c. Any damage of the product due to shipment.
d. Removal or installation of the product.
e. Causes external to the product, such as electric power fluctuations or failure.
f. Use of supplies or parts not meeting our specifications.
g. Normal wears and tear.
h. Any other cause that does not relate to a product defect.
3. Removal, installation, and set-up service charges.
How to get service:
1. For information about receiving service under warranty, contact our Customer Support.
2. To obtain warranted service, you will be required to provide (a) the original dated sales slip, (b) your name, (c) your address (d) a
description of the problem and (e) the serial number of the product.
3. Take or ship the product prepaid in the original container to your dealer, and our service center.
4. For additional information, contact your dealer or our Customer Service Center.
Limitation of implied warranties:
THERE ARE NOWARRANTIED, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION CONTAINED HEREIN
INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Exclusion of damages:
Our LIABILITY IS LIMITED TO THE COST OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT. We SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR:
1. DAMAGE TO OTHER PROPERTY CAUSED BY ANY DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT, DAMAGES BASED UPON INCONVENCE,
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, LOSS OF TIME, LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, LOSS OF
GOODWILL, INTERFERENCE WITH BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS, OR OTHER COMMERCIAL LOSS, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBLITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
2. ANY OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHERWISE.
3. ANY CLAIM AGAINST THE CUSOMER BY ANY OTHER PARTY.
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