NWCG User Guide
WIRELESS CONNECT GATEWAY
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Table of Contents
Copyright Notice...................................................................................................................... ii
Disclaimer ................................................................................................................................. ii
Trademarks ............................................................................................................................... ii
Chapter 1: Introduction .................................................................................................. 3
Package Contents ......................................................................................................................
Features .....................................................................................................................................
Precautions ................................................................................................................................
Outlook......................................................................................................................................
Top Panel ...........................................................................................................................
Rear Panel .........................................................................................................................
Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................
Hardware Specifications....................................................................................................
Software Specifications......................................................................................................
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Chapter 2: Installation................................................................................................... 13
Connecting the Antennas ........................................................................................................ 14
Installation Requirements ....................................................................................................... 14
Getting Started ........................................................................................................................ 16
Chapter 3: Configuring the Wireless Connect Gateway ............................................ 19
Setting Wizard......................................................................................................................... 19
Advanced Setup ...................................................................................................................... 46
AUTHENTICATION ........................................................................................................ 48
RADIUS ........................................................................................................................... 51
BILLING .......................................................................................................................... 60
MANAGEMENT............................................................................................................... 93
SECURITY ..................................................................................................................... 110
SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................... 118
System Status ........................................................................................................................ 177
System ............................................................................................................................ 177
DHCP Clients ................................................................................................................ 183
Session List .................................................................................................................... 184
LAN Devices .................................................................................................................. 184
System Tools......................................................................................................................... 185
Configuration................................................................................................................. 186
Firmware Upgrade ........................................................................................................ 187
Extended......................................................................................................................... 189
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Boot Code .......................................................................................................................
System Account...............................................................................................................
SSL Certificate................................................................................................................
Ping Command ...............................................................................................................
Restart ............................................................................................................................
Logout.............................................................................................................................
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Chapter 4: Appendices ................................................................................................. 201
Appendix A Signal Connection Arrangements ..................................................................... 201
RJ-45 Ethernet Port ....................................................................................................... 201
Appendix B Regulations/EMI Compliance........................................................................... 201
FCC Regulatory Statement............................................................................................. 201
Nomadix Wireless Connect Gateway.................................................................................... 202
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Introduction
The Wireless Connect Gateway is a compact intelligent gateway. It provides Plug’ Play Internet
access, advanced security and network management.
The Wireless Connect Gateway is designed for service providers, system integrators with or
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 Connect Gateway is an ideal solution for hotel lobbies, coffee bars, airport
lounges, conference facilities and other sites that commonly accommodate small groups of
visitors, and offer instant high-speed Internet connections. It is IP Plug and Play technology, it
accepts any client configuration, when client opens a browser the Wireless Connect Gateway
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 the hotspot service. It’s completely Plug and Play with any browser.
Package Contents
Please inspect your package. The following items should be included:
◎ Nomadix Wireless Connect Gateway
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Three antennas
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One AC Power Adapter for Wireless Connect Gateway
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Euro connector
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Two screws for wall-mount
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One UTP Ethernet/Fast Ethernet cable (Cat.5 Twisted-pair)
Optional Product:
◎ Nomadix VP 20 Printer
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One AC Power Adapter for mini account generator printer
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Euro connector
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One UTP Ethernet/Fast Ethernet cable (Cat.5 Twisted-pair)
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One Account Generator Printer User’s Guide
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If any of the above items are damaged or missing, please contact your dealer immediately.
Features
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Wireless data rates up to 300 Mbps
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Supports 200 Simultaneous wired and wireless users
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IP Plug and Play (PnP)
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Comprehensive security
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WPA encryption
WPA2 Encryption
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IP/URL filtering
Intelligent Management
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Built-in AAA (Authentication/Accounting/Authorization) and Billing mechanism
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Note: The "PnP" Function only can be used with a TCP/IP-based Network.
Precautions
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Never remove or open the cover. You may suffer serious injury if you touch these
parts.
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Never install the system in the wet locations.
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Use only the original fitting AC power adapter otherwise there is a danger of severe
electrical shock.
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Avoid exposing the Wireless Connect Gateway to direct sunlight or another heat
source.
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Choose a well-ventilated area to position your Wireless Connect Gateway.
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Outlook
Figure 1 Nomadix Wireless Connect Gateway
Top Panel
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The top panel of the Wireless Connect Gateway is shown below.
Figure 2 Wireless Connect Gateway Top Panel
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LEDs Indication
LED
Power
System
WAN
Eth1~4
WLAN
State
Description
Off
The Wireless Connect Gateway is not receiving
electrical power.
Green
The Wireless Connect Gateway is receiving electrical
power.
Off
The Wireless Connect Gateway status is defective.
Green
The Wireless Connect Gateway status is complete.
Green
(Blinking)
During firmware upgrades, this system LED will blink.
Off
Port has not established any network connection.
Green
A port has established a valid 10/100Mbps network
connection.
Green
(Blinking)
10/100Mbps traffic is traversing the port.
Off
Port has not established any network connection.
Green
A port has established a valid 10/100Mbps network
connection.
Green
(Blinking)
10/100Mbps traffic is traversing the port.
Off
The Wireless is not ready.
Green
The Wireless Connect Gateway has established a valid
wireless connection.
Green
(Blinking)
The Wireless connection is active.
Rear Panel
The rear panel of the Wireless Connect Gateway is shown below.
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Figure 3 Wireless Connect Gateway Rear Panel
1.
ETH (1-4):
2.
The rear panel supports four auto-sensing RJ-45 ports and all ports can be auto-switched
to MDI-II connections. The LAN ports are used for linking hosts or other network
devices.
WAN: One Ethernet port used for linking to an ISP connection.
3.
Reset Button:
4.
The Wireless Connect Gateway has a reset button at the rear panel of the device. Use this
control button to reset the system back to factory defaults.
Power Jack: Used to connect the external power supply with the Wireless Connect
Gateway.
Technical Specifications
Hardware Specifications
Network Specification
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IEEE802.3 10BaseT Ethernet
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IEEE802.3u 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet
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IEEE802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
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ANSI/IEEE 802.3 NWay auto-negotiation
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Wi-Fi Compatible
Connectors
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Four LAN Ports (10BaseT/100BaseTX Auto cross-over)
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One WAN Port (10BaseT/100BaseTX Auto cross-over)
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Encryption
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WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
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WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
External Antenna Type
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2dBi (Max) Dual detachable diversity antenna with reverse SMA
LED Indicators
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One POWER LED
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One WAN 10/100M Link/Activity LED
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Four LAN 10M/100M Link/Activity LEDs
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One Wireless Link/Activity LED
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One System LED
Power Requirement
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External Power Adapter
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Input: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
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Output: 12V, 1.5A
Environment Conditions
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Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C
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Storage Temperature: -10 to 60°C
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Operating Humidity: 10~80% non-condensing
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Storage Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
Certifications
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FCC part 15 Class B, CE ,
Dimension
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Size: 223 (L) x 143 (W) x 36 (H) mm
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Weight: About 500g (Net)
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Mounting
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Desktop, Wall Mounted
Software Specifications
Networking
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IEEE802.3 10BaseT Ethernet
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IEEE802.3u 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet
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IEEE802.11b Wireless LAN
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IEEE802.11g Wireless LAN
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IEEE802.11n Wireless LAN
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Supports 200 Simultaneous Users
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IP Plug and Play (iPnP)
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HTTP Proxy Support
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SMTP Server Redirection
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DHCP Server
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DHCP Relay
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Static IP WAN Client
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DHCP WAN Client
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PPPoE WAN Client
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PPTP WAN Client
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NAT
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NTP (Network Time Protocol) Support
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DDNS
Marketing Cooperation
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Advertisement URL link
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Walled garden
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Customizable log-on and log-off pages
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Portal Page
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WISPr Smart Client
User Accounting and Authentication
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Built-in Authentication
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Web-based Authentication
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RADIUS AAA Support (RFC 2865, 2866)
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User Authentication and Accounting
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Logout Window Timer Control
Security and Firewall
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Layer 2 Isolation Security
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SSL User Login page/ Configuration Page
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SSL Administration
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VPN Pass through (IPSec/PPTP)
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Customize SSL Certificate
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Pass Through IP/MAC/URL Address
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Restricted Destination Filtering IP/URL
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PPTP VPN Client
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WPA
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WPA2
Management
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Web-based Management Tool
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Firmware Upgrade via HTTP/TFTP
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Wizard setup for step-by-step Configuration
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Backup/Restore/Factory Default Setting
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Remote Authorized Management
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Real-time Session List
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LAN Device Management
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Syslog (System/Connect/LAN device)
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E-mail logs
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SNMP v1/v2 (MIB II)
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System Information Table
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Status Report (Daily/Monthly/System/Network)
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SSL certificate upload
Extra Function with optional VP 20 Thermal Printer
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Local Authentication
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Local Accounting
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Local Billing
Nomadix VP 20 Thermal Printer
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Interface: Ethernet
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Print Width: 48mm (Paper width: 58mm)
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Paper Length: 50 M
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Installation
The followings are instructions for setting up the Wireless Connect Gateway. Refer to the
illustration and follow the simple steps below to quickly install your Wireless Connect
Gateway.
Wall-Mounting
The Wireless Connect Gateway can be mounted on a wall by applying the two mounting
brackets on screws.
Figure 4 Wall-Mounting Bracket - Bottom of Wireless Connect Gateway
Please refer to the following instructions for mounting a Wireless Connect Gateway on a wall
or other surface.
1.
Install two screws on a wall according to the relative positions shown below.
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2.
Hang Wireless Connect 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
Connect Gateway rear panel connectors could pull out the Wireless Connect Gateway from the
wall.
Connecting the Antennas
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The Wireless Connect Gateway provides three antenna connectors on the rear of the
unit.
Figure 6 Antenna Connectors
Installation Requirements
Before installing the Wireless Connect Gateway, make sure your network meets the following
requirements.
System Requirements
The Wireless Connect Gateway requires one of the following types of software:
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Windows 98 Second Edition/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7
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Red Hat Linux 7.3 or later version
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MAC OS X 10.2.4 or later version
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Any TCP/IP-enabled systems like Mac OS and UNIX (TCP/IP protocol installed)
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Web Browser Software (Microsoft I.E 5.0 or later version or Netscape Navigator 5.0
or later version)
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One computer with an installed 10Mbps, 100Mbps or 10/100Mbps Ethernet card
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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 does not exceed 328 feet (Approximately 100 meters).
ISP Requirements
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Verify whether your ISP uses 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 to the modem.
Dynamic IP

Dynamic IP Setting
Fixed IP

Your fixed IP address for the Wireless Connect Gateway
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Your subnet mask for the Wireless Connect Gateway
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Your default gateway IP address
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Your DNS IP address
PPPoE
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Your user name from your ISP
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Your password from your ISP
PPTP
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PPTP Server IP Address from your ISP
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PPTP Local IP address from your ISP.
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PPTP Local IP subnet mask from your ISP.
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Your user name from your ISP
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Your password from your ISP
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Your PC Requirements
The Static IP settings for the PC
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Your PC’s fixed IP address
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Your PC’s subnet mask
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Your PC’s default gateway IP address
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Your PC’s primary DNS IP address
Note: The gateway’s default IP address setting is “10.59.1.1”. 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 Connect Gateway is a DHCP server, and it will give your PC the necessary IP
settings.
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1.
Place the Wireless Connect Gateway and VP 20 Printer on a flat work surface.
2.
Connect the Ethernet cable to the Wireless Connect Gateway’s Eth port.
3.
Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the VP 20 Account 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 Connect Gateway's WAN port to the
modem. Check that the modem or router Status LED lights show a link present.
6.
Connect your computer to one of the 10/100 Eth ports on the Wireless Connect Gateway.
Check that the Eth Port Status LED lights.
7.
Configure the further parameters via a Web browser.
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Figure 7 Wireless Connect Gateway Connection
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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 8 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
Step 2:
The Wireless Connect 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 device activate license page will appear.
Enter the activation license key, then the system will reboot. Type the default username and
password; the wizard setup screen will appear. You will be guided, step-by-step, through a
basic setup procedure.
Username: admin
Password: admin
Figure 9 Configuration Tools Menu
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Enter the Activate License
key, total 32 characters.
Figure 10 Configuration Tools Menu
Figure 11 Activate Successful Screen
Figure 12 Activate Failed Screen
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Figure 13 Wizard Setup Screen
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Figure 14 System Quick View
Notes:
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This Web agent is best viewed with IE 5.0 or Netscape 6.0 and above browsers.
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If you would like to change the password please see Step 10.
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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
Connect Gateway Configuration Program, please press the reset button to load the
device to manufacturer defaults.
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If the Wireless Connect Gateway doesn’t send packet in 5 minutes (default), the
Wireless Connect Gateway will logout automatically.
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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 15 Internet Connection Setting Screen
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 ISP supports this feature, please enable DHCP
Client.
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Figure 16 Internet Connection Setting Screen—DHCP Client Setting
Static IP Setting
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If Static IP Setting is selected, then this screen will appear. Enter the IP address
information provided by your ISP.
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Figure 17 Internet Connection Setting Screen—Static IP Setting
Item
Default
Description
IP Address
0.0.0.0
Enter the IP address provided by your ISP.
Subnet
Mask
0.0.0.0
Enter the subnet mask for the IP address.
Gateway IP
Address
0.0.0.0
Enter the Gateway IP Address provided by your ISP.
Primary
DNS
Server
Empty
Enter the primary DNS server IP address provided by your
ISP.
Secondary
DNS
Server
Empty
Enter the secondary DNS server IP address provided by your
ISP. If the primary DNS Server IP is not available, secondary
DNS Server IP would be used.
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PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet)
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If “ PPPoE ” is selected, then this screen will appear. Enter the username, password
and other major fields.
Figure 18 Internet Connection Setting Screen—PPPoE Setting
Item
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Default
Description
Username
Empty
Enter the user name provided by your ISP. The user 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.
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Item
Default
Description
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
Max Idle Time
10 Minutes
You can configure your Wireless Connect Gateway to
disconnect from 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
Connect 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
Redial Period
30 Seconds
This option keeps your PPPoE enabled Internet access
connected indefinitely, even when it sits idle. The redial
period maximum value is 65535 seconds.
PPTP Client (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol)
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If “PPTP” is selected, then this screen will appear. Fill out all the information
provided by your ISP.
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Figure 19 Internet Connection Setting Screen—PPTP Client Setting
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Item
Default
Description
My IP Address
Empty
Enter the PPTP local IP address provided by your
ISP.
My Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the PPTP local Subnet Mask address for the
IP address (My IP Address).
Item
Default
Description
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
Enter the user name provided by your ISP. The user
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.
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
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Item
Default
Description
Connect on
Demand
Enable
Max Idle Time
10
Minutes
You can configure your Wireless Connect Gateway
to disconnect from 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 Connect 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 when it sits idle.
The Redial Period maximum value is 65535
seconds.
Step 4: Wireless Setting
This page allows you to define the ESSID, Channel ID and WPA/WPA2 encryption for
wireless connection.
Figure 20 Wireless Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
Wireless
Connection
Enable
Enable or Disable Wireless connection
Channel
6
Enter the channel ID for wireless connection.
Note: Channel 12~13 are not allowed to use in North
America area.
802.11 Mode
802.11n+802.11
g+802.11b802.11n
+802.11g+802.11b
802.11n+802.11g+
802.11b
Select the 802.11 mode of following::
-802.11n+802.11g+802.11b
-802.11n+802.11g
-802.11g+802.11n
-802.11n only
-802.11g only
-802.11b only
Step 5: E-mail Server Setting
Wireless Connect Gateway allows an extra Email server parameter to forward the Connects Email.
Figure 21 E-mail Service Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
Email Server
Redirect
No
Disables or enables email server redirect function.
Some subscribers Email server may be protect by
firewall or NAT network. Wireless Connect
Gateway provides an extra Email server parameter
to forward the subscribers Email. The Wireless
Connect Gateway not only forwards the
subscribers E-mail via configured server but also
changes the SMTP header. The recipient of your Email sees the message as if you sent it from your
local Internet Service Provider, not from your
present location.
Email Server’s IP
address or Domain
name
Empty
Before configuring this, please make sure the Email sever relay function is enabled on your server.
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 22 Authentication Service Setting Screen
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Item
Built-in
Authentication/ No
Authentication
Default
No
No Authentication)
Description
Yes―
Wireless Connect Gateway provides Builtin 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 the Wireless
Connect Gateway, and the system will
authenticate the subscriber login
according to the generated account.
No―
Subscriber can get direct access to the
Internet without entering username and
password.
Step 7: Billing Profile Setting
This function is used to setup a billing profile. A billing profile is a description of how you
want to charge your customer.
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Figure 23 Billing Profile Setting Screen
Item
34
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 the subscriber logs in, the pre-defined
usage time will start until it runs out even the subscriber
stops access the Internet before time runs 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 runs out.
Currency
$
Enter the appropriate currency unit or currency symbol.
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Item
Default
Description
Number
of
decimals
places
2
Enter the billing decimal value. The field maximum value is
3.
No
01~03
The index number of billing profile. In Wizard setup, we
provide only 3 billing profiles.
Name
30
minutes/
1 hour/
2 hours
It is the name of billing profile. The maximum allowed
characters length is 12.
Usage
Time
30
minutes/
1 hour/
2 hours
The duration of the billing period. When this period expires,
user account will be discontinued.
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 (Nomadix VP 20 Printer), and the
other is non-exclusive printer. Exclusive printer is a portable thermal printer that is integrated
with Wireless Connect 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 accounts.
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Figure 24 Printer Setting Screen
Button A
Button B
Button C
Figure 25 Nomadix VP 20 Printer
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Step 9: Accounting Setting
Three-buttons Printer Setting
Figure 26 Accounting Setting Screen (Three Button Printer)
Figure 27 Billing Profile Setting Screen
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Item
Button A~ C
Default
Description
01
Define each button’s billing profile. Select one
billing profile by clicking it in the list box.
1
This value is number of copies.
Printed Copies
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 does not work”
open the “Web-based Account Generator Setting” screen to start the web-based
accounting function.
Web-based Account Generator Setting
Figure 28 Web-based Account Generator Setting Screen
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Item
Billing Profile (Button
A~C)
Default
Description
Define each button’s billing profile. Select one billing profile by
clicking in the list box.
Printout
Number of copies to
print
1
Select the 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 of up to 80
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Password
account
Enter the password for web-based account
generator. The password can consist of up to 80
alphanumeric characters and is case sensitive.
Confirm
Empty
Enter the password for confirmation.
Web-based Account
Click on button to preview and operate account generator panel.
Button A
Button B
Button C
Figure 29 Account Generator Panel
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Click on button to create a new account.

Click “View Account List” to display current account information.
Figure 30 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.
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Figure 31 Customize Printout Text Setting Screen
Click the button to displays the account on the screen as it would appear when printed.
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Figure 32 Example- PC-connected printer Printout (Time to Finish)
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Figure 33 Example- PC-connected printer Printout (Accumulation)
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Figure 34 Example- Account Generator Printer Printout (Time to Finish)
Figure 35 Example- Account Generator Printer Printout (Accumulation)
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Figure 36 System Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
Username
admin
Enter the user name. The user name can consist
of up to 80 alphanumeric characters and is case
sensitive.
Password
admin
Enter the user password. The password can
consist of up to 80 alphanumeric characters and is
case sensitive.
Confirm
Empty
Enter the password of administrator for
confirmation.
System date and
time
YYYY/
MM/DD
HH:MM:
SS
Secure
Administrator IP
Address
All
Click Get from my Computer button to correct
the system date and time.
This function allows remote user to management
the device. You can specify one or any IP
addresses for remote control the system.
Click the button to save the settings then the system will restart.
Advanced Setup
The Advanced Setting enables you to configure advanced settings related to accessing the
Internet, including,
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
AUTHENTICATION

AUTHENTICATION

RADIUS

BILLING

BILLING

ACCOUNTING

CREADIT CARD

MANAGEMENT

LAN DEVICES

SYSLOG

SESSION TRACE

BANDWIDTH

SNMP

SECURITY

PASS THROUGHT

FILTERING

SHARE

SECURE REMOTE

SYSTEM

SYSTEM

WAN/LAN

SERVER

CUSTOMIZATION

PORTAL PAGE

ADVERTISEMENT

WALLED GARDEN

DDNS

WIRELESS
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Advanced Setting
Item Screen
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ACCOUNT GENERATOR
Note: After changing the settings of device, please click apply button to save the new settings.
AUTHENTICATION
Authentication
Figure 38 Authentication Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
Authentication
Type
No
Authentication
Option: No Authentication, Built-in Authentication or User
Agreement.
No Authentication―
Subscriber can have direct access to the Internet without
entering username and password.
Built-in Authentication―
Wireless Connect Gateway provides “Built-in
Authentication” for service provider to build an Internet
service without any extra authentication software. If
“Built-in Authentication” is selected, service provider can
generate the subscriber account inside Wireless
Connect 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.
Assign to ―
ESSID 1 and
wired
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your
home page to produce redirect subscriber login page.
The input format can be http://www.yahoo.com.
The maximum character of the URL Link is 200. Empty
Redirect Login Page URL The system provides
automatic backup of the account information and unused
account to flash ROM. This function allows the
administrator to adjust the backup time. The default
value is 1 minute. The current user Information backup
valid range is 1 to 1440. 1 Min(s) Current User
Information Backup Note: ESSID 1 and Wired
Maximum supports 1 Voucher.
The Wired Interface only works with ESSID 1
The wired interface default will be no authentication if
assign the Build-in or User Agreement to ESSID2~4.
ESSID 2
ESSID 3
ESSID 4
Administrator could define which ESSID need to support
Build-in Authentication or User Agreement.
If administrator choose to using No Authentication, and
Assign to combo list will be blank, without function.
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your home page to produce user agreement
login page.
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Figure 39 Preview Redirect Login Page Code
Item
Default
Description
SSL Login Page
Disable
Enables or disables SSL security of login page.
User Idle Time
Out
5 Minutes
The user idle time out valid range is 1-1440.
Click Apply button to save the new settings. Needs to be a Nomadix green
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Figure 40 RADIUS Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
RADIUS
Authentication
Disable
Option: No Authentication or RADIUS Server.
Disable (No Authentication) ―
Subscriber can have direct access the Internet
without enter username and password.
Enable (RADIUS Authentication) ―
Wireless Connect 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 be sent to the RADIUS Server by
RADIUS protocol (RFC 2865, 2866).
Time to Finish/
Accumulation
Enable
Service provider provides two different accounting
calculations for the Internet service.
Primary 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 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
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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 the
secondary 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 secondary RADIUS
server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0 to
65535.
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Item
Default
Description
Share Secret Key
Empty
The share secret key, the key number also has to
match with the secondary RADIUS 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
Disable
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 with Specific URL.
The login mode information for the IPASS GIS
connection. (Provided by your ISP).
WISPr Smart Client
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Item
Default
Access Code
Disable
Enable or Disable
support Access Code
Function.
Empty
The access code can
consist of up to 30
alphanumeric
characters and is case
sensitive.
Never Expire
The option let service
provider specify an
expiry time or never
expire for Internet
Service
Valid Date/Time
Description
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Access Code Login Page Configuration
The Wireless Connect Gateway provides Access code three different login page formats,
including standard, redirect, advanced and frame format.
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Standard
Figure 41 Access Code Standard Login Page Customization Setting Screen
For some service providers, they may hope to have a customized subscribers’ login page for
the users. This function helps them to realize the ideal page presentation. The page elements
include login page title, background color, subtitle etc.
Item
Default
Description
Logo
Disable
Select the check box to display service provider’s logo.
Title
Welcom
e
Enter the title name of subscriber login page. The
maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Subtitle
Hot Spot
Internet
Service
Enter the subtitle name of subscriber’s login page. The
maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Footnote
Disable
Allow the administrator to input the footnote such as
“Please contact to our Customer Service Center, EXT
141”. The maximum characters of the footnote is 240.
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Item
Default
Description
Copyright
Enable
The copyright is allowed the administrator to input a
paragraph in the subscriber’s login page for copyright
information. The maximum characters of the copyright
are 80.
Background
Color
FFFFFF
The background text color can be specified color. For the
specified text color format please view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Figure 42 ESSID 4 Login Page Screen
Redirect

This allow service provider to redirect the subscribers’ browser to a specified home
page.
Figure 43 Redirect Login Page Setting Screen
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your home page to produce redirect subscriber
login page.
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Figure 44 Redirect Login Page Code Screen
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Figure 45 Advanced Login Page Setting Screen
Advanced
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Item
Default
Description
Welcome
Slogan
Welcome
The maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Page
Background
None
The page can be any specified color for the background
color format. Please view the color grid. The allowed format
is Hexadecimal.
Article
Empty
The article allows the administrator to input a paragraph in
the subscriber login page for advisement or announcement.
The maximum number of characters for the article is 1024.
Article Text
Color
000000
The article text color can be a specified color. For the
specified text color format please view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Article
Background
Color
None
The article background can be a specified color. For the
background color format please view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
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Item
Default
Description
Information
Empty
Allows the administrator to input the text information such as
address, telephone number and fax information. The
maximum number of characters for the information is 80.
Comments
Empty
Allows the administrator to input the text comments such as
“Please contact to our Customer Service Center, EXT 141”.
The maximum number of characters of the comment is 80.
Figure 46 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 a specified a URL link.
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www.caesarpark.com
Figure 47 Frame Login Page Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Top Frame URL
Link
Empty
The input format can be http://www.yahoo.com. The
maximum characters for the URL Link are 200.
Bottom Frame
-
This frame will show the standard login page.
BILLING
Billing
The function is used to setup a billing profile. A billing profile is a description of how you want
to charge your customer.
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Figure 48 Billing Setting Screen
Item
Enable Credit Card
Service
Default
Disable
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Description
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 convert all
prices on your billing page into American dollars
(U.S. dollars). For details, see section 3-2-8 Credit
Service.
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Figure 49 Credit Service Setting Screen
Figure 50 Error Dialog Box (Credit Card Service=Enable)
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Item
Default
Time to
Finish
Description
Enable
The subscriber can access the Internet only for a single
session. After the subscriber logs in, Internet access is
available until the session ends or time runs out, whichever
comes first.
Accumulation
Disable
The subscriber can access the Internet multiple times with
one account. The system accumulates the time of each
session until the purchased time limit is reached.
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 a
packet in 5 minutes, the account will logout automatically.
Accumulation
Ac c u m u la t i on
Ti m e t o Fi n i s h
lo gin
login
A
logo ut
login
B
Time Bar
A
logo ut
login
C
logo ut
Usage ti me = A +B+C
Time Bar
finis h
Usa ge time= A
Figure 51 Accumulation and Time to Finish
Item
Default
Description
Billing Profile
Currency
$
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Enter the appropriate currency unit or currency
symbol.
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Item
Default
Description
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).
No.
+1~+10
The index number of billing profile. In Advanced
setup, we provide 10 billing profiles.
Active
-
Click on check box, activate or deactivate the
billing profile.
Name
-
It is the name of billing profile. The maximum
allowed characters 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)
Figure 52 Pre-paid Procedure Diagram
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Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Figure 53 Success Dialog Box
Accounting
This function allow service provider to generate the Connect accounts.
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Figure 54 Accounting Setting Screen
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Figure 55
Item
Default
Description
Expiration
Delete unused
accounts
automatically after
~hours
automatically
24 hours
Enter the number of hours/minutes/days. The field
maximum value is 30 hours/minutes/days.
Accumulation
account will be
deleted after last
logged in ~
3 months
Enter the number and select time unit from list box.
The field maximum value is 30 month/ days/ hours.
1
The system allows you to print all of your bills. Select
a number of copies by clicking in the list box.
Printout
Number of copies to
print
Can be replenished
by subscriber
Click the check box to enable the replenish function.
Figure 56 Account Process Diagram
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Can be replenished by subscriber=Enable
Three-Button Printer/ Web-based Account Generator Panel
Figure 57 Three-Button Printer/ Web-based Account Generator Panel Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
Button A~C
-
Define each button’s billing profile. Select one
billing profile by clicking in the list box.
Print to…
Account
Generator
Printer
Select a printer to print out your account.
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 58 Account Generator Panel
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Figure 59 Web-based Account Generator Printout (Time to Finish)
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Figure 60 PC-connected Printer Printout (Time to Finish)
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Figure 61 Web-based Account Generator Printout (Accumulation)
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Figure 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
Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses” is disabled.
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Figure 63 Example 1
Figure 64 Account Printout
Amount: 7 x $2.00= $14.00
Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses” is enabled.
The Charge by level is disabled.
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Figure 65 Example 2
Amount: 7 x $ 1 = $ 7.00
Below is an example of the account printout.
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Figure 66 Account Printout
Discount Price Plan based on “Button Presses” is enabled.
Charge by level is enabled.
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Figure 67 Example 3
Amount: 2 x $2.00 + 4 x$ 1.50+1x$1= $11.00
Below is an example of the account printout.
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Figure 68 Account Printout
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Figure 69 Discount Price Plan Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Charge by
levels
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.
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.
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Figure 70 Success Dialog Box
Credit Card
Wireless Connect Gateway provides three credit card services (Authorize.net, iValidate.net,
Secure Pay and Paypal) that allow service provider to authorize, process, and manage credit
transactions directly from Internet.
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Figure 71 Credit Card Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Authorize.net
Version
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Item
Default
Description
Merchant ID
Empty
Enter your Merchant ID. This is a Merchant
Identification Number that you have received from
your Merchant Provider. The maximum characters
of the Merchant ID is 50.
Merchant Password
This is a Merchant password that you have received from your Merchant
Provider.
Need
Disable
If your Merchant Provider needs a 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 characters of the
Merchant Transaction Key is 50.
Payment Gateway
https://
secure.authorize.n
et/gateway/
transact.dll
Enter the address of the Payment Gateway.
Email Additional
Information
The Email additional Information will include The following configured
items
Email Additional
Information
Disable
Indicates whether Email additional information
should be sent to the subscriber
Merchant Name
Enable/Disable
Disable
Indicates whether Merchant Name should be sent
to the Email of the subscriber.
Merchant Name
Empty
Enter the merchant’s company name. The
maximum allowed characters is 40.
Username and
Password Enable/
Disable
Disable
Indicate if The subscriber’s username and
password would be sent to subscriber
Usage Time Enable/
Disable
Disable
Indicate if subscriber usage time would be sent to
the subscriber.
iValidate.net
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Item
Default
Description
Merchant ID
Empty
Enter your Merchant ID. This is a Merchant
Identification Number that you have received from
your Merchant Provider. The maximum characters
of the Merchant ID are 20.
Device ID
Empty
Enter your Device ID. This is a Device
Identification Number that you have received from
your Merchant Provider. The maximum characters
of the Device ID is 20.
Item
Default
Description
Secure Server
Address
https://
www.vious.net/
merchant/
processcc.asp
Enter the secure server address.
Merchant ID
Empty
Enter your Merchant ID. This is a Merchant
Identification Number that you have received from
your Merchant Provider. The maximum characters
of the Merchant ID is 7.
Secure Pay Address
https://
www.securepay.co
m.au/securepay/
payments/
process2.asp
Enter the address of SecurePay Payment
Gateway.
Business
Empty
Enter your Merchant PayPal account. This is a
Merchant Identification account that you have
register on PayPal.
The maximum characters of the Business is 127.
Currency Code
U.S. Dollar
The Drop-down list Includes Australia dollar,
Canadian Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling, Japanese
Yen , U.S. Dollars, Czech Koruna, Danish Kroner,
Hong Kong Dollars, Hungarian Forint, New
Zealand Dollars, Norwegian Kroner, Polish Zloty,
Singapore Dollars, Swedish Kronor, Swiss Francs,
Secure Pay
PayPal
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Item
Default
Description
Identity Token
Empty
Enter the Identities token from merchants profile in
the PayPal site.
The maximum characters of the Identity token is
160.
Payment Gateway
https://
www.paypal/cgibin/webscr
Enter the address of Payment Gateway.
The maximum characters of the payment gateway
are 100.
Note:Please leave the Administrator’s Email address in Advanced/Syslog/Email portion.
Credit Card icons to
be displayed on the
login page
VISA
Click on check box to display credit card icon on
the login page.
Item
Default
Description
World Pay
The currently support currencies are as follows: GBP (Pounds Sterling),
Japanese Yen, AUD (Australian dollar), CAD (Canadian Dollar), Eur
(Euro), New Zealand Dollar, Indian Rupee, Singapore dollar and USD
(US Dollar).
Payment Gateway
Enter the payment gateway address. The default value is
“select.worldpay.com/wcc/purchase”.
Installation ID
Empty
The unique reference number, assigned by
WorldPay, for a particular Select installation. This
is the number you send to WorldPay in your
payment form. You will probably have at least two
of these; one for the live installation and one for
testing.
Currency Code
Empty
Enter the currency code.
Description
Empty
Enter a description of payment page.
Test Mode
Disable, Success
Enables or disables test mode function.
Select test mode by clicking in the list box.
Success ─ to make a successful test transaction.
Fail ─ for a failed transaction.
Click the Apply button to save the new settings.
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Click the Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Accounting
setting screen.
Figure 72 Success Dialog Box
Please follow steps below to pay using credit card.
Step 1: Choose Credit Card service on the login page.
Click
Click
Figure 73 Login Page
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Currency: American Dollars
Figure 74 Service & Payment Information Setting Screen (Authorize.net)
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Step 2: Select Service and enter payment information.
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 ZIP/Postal Code.
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Figure 75 Service & Payment Information Setting Screen (iValidate.net)
Item
Default
Description
Payment Information
Credit card number
88
Empty
Enter your credit card number.
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Item
Default
Description
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
your account information once your payment
information has been successfully authorized.
Billing Address ZIP
code
Empty
Enter the ZIP code.
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Figure 76 Service & Payment Information Setting Screen (Secure Pay)
Item
Default
Description
Payment Information
Credit card number
90
Empty
Enter your credit card number.
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Item
Default
Description
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
your account information once your payment
information has been successfully authorized.
Figure 77 Service & Payment Information Setting Screen (PayPal and WorldPay)
Step 3: After valid payment information has been provided, the Subscriber will obtain one
valid account and the login screen will appear.
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Figure 78 User Account Information
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Figure 79
MANAGEMENT
LAN Devices
Administrator can control LAN Devices via the Wireless Connect Gateway.
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Figure 80 LAN Devices Setting Screen
Item
94
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 characters of the
device name are 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.
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Item
Default
Description
Device MAC
Address
Empty
The MAC address of LAN device. For inputting the device
MAC address, please use this format such
like”0050BA8D2296”.
Application
TCP
Select one protocol type for the LAN device by clicking in
the list box.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Note: The system does not support FTP.
Syslog
The function allows the device to transmit event messages to your syslog server or your email
address for monitoring and troubleshooting.
Syslog Setting
Figure 81 Syslog Setting Screen
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Item
Syslog
Default
Description
Disable
Enables or disables the syslog server function.
Server IP
Address
Empty
Enter syslog server’s IP address. The Wireless Connect
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
Connect Gateway will send all of its logs to the specified
syslog server.
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.
IP Address or
Domain Name
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)
Server needs to
check my
account
Disable
If your SMTP server requires authentication before
accepting e-mail, click on check box. These values
(username and password) are supplied by your network
administrator, SMTP server provider or ISP.
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
maximum allowed characters length is 20.
Syslog on LAN
Syslog on WAN
E-mail Server
Email From
Name
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Item
Default
Email Address
Description
Empty
Enter your e-mail address. This is the address others
will use to send email to Email Address 1/Email Address
2.
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.
Email To
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Figure 82 Success Dialog Box
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Syslog setting
screen
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Log Categories
Figure 83 Log Settings Screen
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Item
Interval Time
Description
System
Device
Information
5~60 minutes
Device information updated at specified interval time. Format:
RODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=DVI;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=11:30:00;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;
SERIAL_NUMBER=12WG4P340001;
SYS_UP_TIME=14D23H34M21S;WANTXOK=99999;
WANRXOK=99999;WANTXERROR=99999;WANRXERROR
=99999;
LANTXOK=99999;LANRXOK=99999;LANTXERROR=99999
;
LANRXERROR=99999;WLAN_SSID1TXOK=99999;
WLAN_SSID1RXOK=99999;
WLAN_SSID1TXERROR=99999;
WLAN_SSID1RXERROR=99999;WLAN_SSID2TXOK=9999
9;
WLAN_SSID2RXOK=99999;WLAN_SSID2TXERROR=9999
9;WLAN_SSID2RXERROR=99999;WLAN_SSID3TXOK=99
999;
WLAN_SS3D1RXOK=99999;WLAN_SSID3TXERROR=999
99; WLAN_SSID3RXERROR=99999;
WLAN_SSID4TXOK=99999; WLAN_SS3D4RXOK=99999;
WLAN_SSID4TXERROR=99999;
WLAN_SSID4RXERROR=99999;
Type = 166 Inform
System Up
Notice
At system
reboot or
restart
Updated when system is rebooted or restarted.
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=SUN;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21; SYS_NAME=Cafehotspot;
LOCATION=East;CITY=Taipei;COUNTRY=Taiwan;
FIRMWARE=v1.01.02;MESSAGE=System_Up;
Message = System_Reboot
Type = 165 Notice
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Item
Interval Time
Description
System
Account
Activity
Information
At system
manager login
or logout
Updated when system manager (Administrator) logs in or out
from the device
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=SUN;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;
SYS_NAME=Cafehotspot;LOCATION=East;CITY=Taipei;
COUNTRY=Taiwan;
FIRMWARE=v1.01.02;MESSAGE=System_Up;
Account Name = Admin | Supervisor | Operator
Status= Login | Logout | Idle_Time_Out
Firmware
Update Notice
At firmware
update
completion
Updated at completion of firmware update
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=FUN;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;
MESSAGE=Success;OLD_FRIMWARE=v1.00.01;
NEW_FIRMWARE=v1.00.02
Message = Success | Fail
Wireless
Association
Information
5~60 minutes
Updated with wireless user information at specified interval
time
Format:
PRODUCT=WG-604;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=WAI;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;
USER_NUM=15;SEQ=1-5;USER_MAC=02-34-3e-01-00;
User Number = Only Wireless client
User
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Item
User Login
Interval Time
At user login
Description
Updated with user login events
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=ULI;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;
USER_NAME=asdfg12;USER_IP=10.59.1.1;USER_MAC=0
2-34-3e-01-00;
INTERFACE=Ethernet; USER_TYPE=Dynamic;
INTERFACE=Ethernet / ESSID 1 / ESSID 2/ ESSID 3 /
ESSID4
User Type = Dynamic / Super / User Agreement / Radius /
No-Auth / WPA / WPA2 / Access Code
User Name = If the type of user is Super/User Agreement/NoAuth , the username=****
Type = 165 Notice
When User Replenish login format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=URP;DATE=0
7Mar26;
TIME=15:23:32; WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;
LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-02; WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0003;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;USER_NAME=asdfg12;
REP_USER_NAME=kifm2fs3;USER_IP=10.59.1.1;
USER_MAC=02-34-3e-01-00; INTERFACE=Ethernet;
USER_TYPE=Dynamic;
USED_TIME=24:00:00;TIME_LEFT=24:00:00
User Type = Dynamic / Radius
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User Logout
102
Interval Time
Description
At user logout
Updated with user logout events
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=ULO;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;
USER_NAME=asdfg12;USER_IP=10.59.1.1;USER_MAC=0
2-34-3e-01-00;
INTERFACE=Ethernet;USER_TYPE=Dynamic;RXDATA=12
34;TXDATA=1234;
USED_TIME=24:00:00;LOGOUT_TYPE=Time_Up;TIME_LE
FT=24:00:00
User Type = Dynamic / Super / User Agreement / Radius /
No-Auth / WPA / WPA2 / Access Code
User Name = If the type of user is Super/User Agreement/
No-Auth/ WPA / WPA2 , the username=****
Used Time = hours:minutes:seconds (7 days and 50 sec =
168:00:50)
Logout Type = Time_Up / User_Logout / Deleted / Idle /
Server_Error
Type = 165 Notice
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Item
Current User
List
Interval Time
5~60 minutes
Description
Updated with current user information at specified interval
time
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=CUL;
DATE=07Mar26;TIME=15:23:32;
WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0002;
WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-03;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;USER_NUM=0;SEQ=1-5;
USER_NAME=asdfg12,USER_IP=10.59.1.2,
USER_MAC=02-34-3e-01-00,INTERFACE=Ethernet;
USER_TYPE=Dynamic,
RXDATA=1234,TXDATA=1234,USED_TIME=24:00:00,SESS
ION=100,WLAN_SIG=N/A;
USER_NAME=dk6uf2eg,USER_IP=10.59.1.3,
USER_MAC=02-34-3e-0102,INTERFACE=Wireless,USER_TYPE=
Dynamic,RXDATA=1234,TXDATA=1234,USED_TIME=24:00
:00,SESSION=100,WLAN_SIG=100%;
INTERFACE=Ethernet / ESSID 1 / ESSID 2/ ESSID 3 /
ESSID4
User Type = Dynamic / Super / User Agreement / Radius /
No-Auth / WPA / WPA2 / Access Code User Name = If the
type of user is Super/User Agreement/No-Auth , the
username=****
Used Time = hours:minutes:seconds (7 days = 168:00:00)
User Number = Number of Current users
SESSION = Session number of user, if not support, show N/
A.
Type = 166 Inform
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Item
Interval Time
Description
Account and Billing
Account
Information
At account
creation
Updated when an account is created
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=ACI;DATE=07
Mar26; TIME=15:23:32;WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;
LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-02; WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0003;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;USER_NAME=asdfg12;
ACCOUNT_TYPE=TimetoFinish;
ACCOUNT_SERIAL=000002;
ACCOUNT_PRICE= USD20.00;
ACCOUNT_USAGE_TIME=10:59:59;
BILLING_INDEX=1;BILLING_UNIT=2;
Account Type = TimeToFinish / Accumulation
Account Price = Currencyxx.xx
Currency = AUD | CHF | EUR | GBP | JPY | RIY | USD
Billing Amount
At receipt of
payment
Updated when payment is received
Format:
PRODUCT=NWCG;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=BLA;
DATE=07Mar26; TIME=15:23:32;WANMAC=09-00-0e-0000-01;
LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-02; WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0003;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;USER_NAME=username;
BILL_TYPE=Cash,
BILL_AMOUNT= USD50.00
Billing Type= Cash | Credit Card ; Billing Amount = xx.xx
Currency = AUD | CHF | EUR | GBP | JPY | RIY | USD……
Updated at the
interval
specified on
the LAN
DEVICES
page
Updated with status of current LAN devices.
Format:
PRODUCT=WG604;VER=2.00.00;LOGNAME=LDS;DATE=07Mar26;
TIME=15:23:32;WANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-01;
LANMAC=09-00-0e-00-00-02; WLANMAC=09-00-0e-00-0003;
IP_ADDRESS=210.66.37.21;LAN_DV_NUM=15;SEQ=1-10;
LAN_DV_NAME=abcd, STATUS=OK
Status = OK | Fail
LAN Devices
LAN Device
Information
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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 84 Success Dialog Box
Session Trace
Session Trace is an intelligent function to help service provider to trace every user’s access
behavior. When “session trace” is enabled, the system will collect information such as
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 or Email Server.
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Figure 85 Session Trace Setting Screen
Item
106
Default
Description
Session Trace
Disable
Disables or enables session trace function.
Primary TFTP
Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of the primary TFTP server.
Secondary TFTP
Server IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of the second TFTP server.
Send Session Trace
log file every~
minutes.
10
minutes
The field means to send the session trace log file
every interval minutes. The value range is 5 to
1440 (minutes).
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Send to Email
Default
Description
Disable
Enables or disables the send to e-mail function.
IP Address or
Domain Name
Empty
Enter the SMTP server IP address or domain name.
The maximum allowed characters length is 50.
SMTP Port
Empty
The SMTP port allowed range is 25 or 2500 to 2599.
E-mail (SMTP)
Server needs to
check my
account
Disable
If your SMTP server requires authentication before
accepting e-mail, click on check box. These values
(username and password) are supplied by your network
administrator, SMTP server provider or ISP.
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
Name
Empty
Enter the name you would like to appear in the
“message from” field of your outgoing message. The
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 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.
E-mail Server
Email From
Email To
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.
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Figure 86 Bandwidth Setting Screen
Item
Defa
ult
Description
Bandwidth
Disab
le
Enables or disables Bandwidth Management.
Maximum
Upstream
64Kb
ps
Specify the amount of upstream bandwidth.
Maximum
Downstream
128K
bps
Specify the amount of downstream bandwidth.
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.
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Figure 87 SNMP Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
SNMP
Disable
Disables or enables the SNMP management.
SNMP Port
161
Trap Port
162
If the SNMP is enabled, it can specify the SNMP port
number via NAT. The 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”.
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Item
Default
Description
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.
SECURITY
Pass Through
This function allow administrator to set some special devices pass through the Wireless
Connect Gateway system. Because some network devices might be constructed under the
Wireless Connect Gateway. However these devices needn’t be checked and authorized. The
Wireless Connect Gateway provides a pass through list and the administrator can control which
devices can be pass through with authentication.
Figure 88 Pass through Setting Screen
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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 want to pass through.
End IP
Address
Empty
Enter the end IP address of you want to pass through.
Connect IP/MAC Address or LAN Device Pass Through
Start IP
Address
Empty
Enter the start IP address of you want to pass through.
End IP
Address
Empty
Enter the end IP address of you want to pass through.
IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address of you want to pass through.
Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the subnet mask of you want to pass through.
MAC Address
Empty
Enter the MAC address of you want to pass through.
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Item
Default
Description
Mask
Empty
Enter the subnet mask of you want to pass through.
Pass Through
List
Display the pass through Information of Wireless Connect 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".
Filtering
Filtering allows the system administrator to have a list of restricted destinations, which is
useful to block specified Internet websites or Intranet areas.
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Figure 89 Filtering Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Filtering
Disable
Enables or disables filtering function.
HTTP
Message to
display when
a website is
blocked
The Web
Site is
blocked
by System
Enter the http message. The maximum character of the
HTTP message is 200.
Figure 90 Error Dialog Box
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Item
Default
Description
Restrict Destination
URL or
Website
Enter the URL Page of you wants to filter; please use this format
Empty
such like “http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum character of the
URL Page is 50.
Start IP
Address
Empty
End IP
Address
Empty
IP Address
Empty
Subnet Mask
Empty
No
-
Active
Disable
Address List
-
Delete
Disable
Enter the start IP address of you wants to filter.
Enter the end IP address of you wants to filter.
Enter the destination IP address of you wants to filter.
Enter the destination subnet mask.
The index number of filtering address.
Click on check box, active or inactive the filtering address.
Display the filtering address(s).
Select the check boxes and click ‘Delete’ to delete the filtering
address(s).
Click Add to List button to add a new entry.
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Item
Default
Description
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".
Share
This feature allows sharing the network devices after Connect successful login.
Figure 91 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”.
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Item
Default
Description
Resource MAC
Address
Empty
Enter the MAC address of device. For input the
device 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.
2.
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.
The function support only Unicast and IP Protocol.
Click Add to List button to add a new entry.
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.
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Figure 92 Secure Remote Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Auto-connect at
Start-up (Always
connect)
Disable
Enable the check box to automatically establish the
PPTP connection.
PPTP Server IP
address
Empty
Enter the PPTP server IP address provided by your
ISP.
Username
Empty
Enter the user name provided by your ISP. The user
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.
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Item
Default
VPN Tunnel
Display the status.
Client IP
Display the IP address.
Description
SYSTEM
System
Define the Wireless Connect Gateway System configuration.
Figure 93 System Setting Screen
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Figure 94 System Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
System/Host Name
Empty
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 (Year/Month/Day)
System
Date
The system date of the Wireless Connect
Gateway. The valid setting of year is from
2002 to 2035.
Time
(Hour:Minute:Second)
System
Time
The system time of the Wireless Connect
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.
Item
Default
Description
NTP Setting
Disable
Enables or disables NTP (Network Time
Protocol) Time Server. Network Time Protocol
can be utilized to synchronize the time on
devices across a 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
Empty
Enter the IP address/domain name of NTP
server. The maximum allowed characters
length is 100.
Time Zone
GMT12:00
Select the appropriate time zone for your
location.
Update Time
0 hours
Enter the number of hours for update time.
Date/Time
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Item
Daylight Saving Time
Default
Description
Disable
Enables or disables Daylight Saving Time
(DST).
Month/
Day
Set the Daylight Saving Time (DST) on the
Wireless Connect Gateway. Adjust the begin
time and end time.
NAT (Network Address Translation)
NAT
Enable
Enables or disables NAT Network Address
Translation function.
User Session Limited
Enable,
30
Enables or disables user session limit
function. This feature provides you an ability to
control a number of sessions allowed for
particulars user(s) at the one time.
IP Plug and Play (iPnP
Technology)
Enable
Enables or disables plug & play function.
When enabled, the user needn’t change their
network configuration to access the Internet.
Layer 2 Isolation
Security
Enable
If enable plug and play is selected, then you
can enable Layer 2 isolation security function.
When the “Layer 2 isolation security” is
enabled subscribers cannot communicate with
each other.
Secure administrator IP
Addresses
Any
Options: Any and specify. administrator can
specify up to 5 IP addresses or ranges to allow
remote control access from the configured
network.
Multicast Pass Through
Disable
This function allows for multiple transmissions
to specific recipients at same time.
Allow remote user to
ping the device
Enable
This function allows remote user to ping the
Wireless Connect Gateway through the
Internet. Ping is normally used to test the
physical connection between two devices, to
ensure that everything is working correctly.
Item
Default
Description
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Item
SSL Certificate
Default
Description
Default
Option: default or customize certificate, These
are two ways to create a 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 configuration successful box will appear.
Figure 95 Configure Successful Dialog Box
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WAN/LAN
Figure 96 WAN/LAN Setting Screen
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, then configuration successful box will appear.
Figure 97 Configure Successful Dialog Box
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Device IP (LAN IP) Setting
Figure 98 Device IP (LAN IP) Setting
Item
Default
Description
Item
Default
Description
IP Address
10.59.1.1
The internal LAN IP address of your Wireless Connect
Gateway.
Subnet
Mask
255.255.255.0
Enter the subnet mask for the IP address.
WAN MAC Address
Figure 99 WAN MAC Address Setting
Item
WAN
MAC
Address
Description
The default MAC address is set to the WAN physical interface on
device.
Figure 100 WAN MTU Setting Screen
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Item
MTU Setting
l
Description
MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) specifies maximum transmission
unit size.
WAN Port Mode
Figure 101 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 ISP supports this feature, please enable DHCP
Client.
Figure 102 DHCP Client Setting Screen
Static IP
Figure 103 Static IP Setting Screen
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Item
Description
IP Address
Enter the IP address for the WAN 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 WAN connection
(provided by your ISP).
Primary DNS Server
A primary DNS server IP address for the WAN connection
(provided by your ISP).
Secondary DNS
Server
A secondary DNS server IP address for the WAN connection
(provided by your ISP). If the primary DNS Server IP were not
available, meanwhile, Secondary DNS Server IP would start at
the same time.
MTU Setting
MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) specifies maximum
transmission unit size.
PPPoE
Figure 104 PPPoE Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
User Name
Empty
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 Transmission 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
Max Idle Time
10
Minutes
You can configure your Wireless Connect 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 Connect 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
Redial Period
30
Seconds
This option keeps your PPPoE enabled Internet
access connected indefinitely, even when it sits idle.
The Redial Period maximum value is 65535
seconds.
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PPTP
Figure 105 PPTP Setting Screen
Item
128
Default
Description
My IP Address
Empty
A PPTP local IP address for the WAN
connection (provided by your ISP).
My Subnet Mask
Empty
Enter the PPTP local IP address for the WAN
connection.
Gateway IP Address
Empty
A PPTP local default gateway for the WAN
connection (provided by your ISP).
PPTP Server IP
Address
Empty
Enter the PPTP server IP address for the WAN
connection (provided by your ISP).
Username
Empty
Enter your PPTP account name. The user
name can consist of up to 80 alphanumeric
characters and is case sensitive.
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Item
Default
Description
Password
Empty
Enter your PPTP password. The password can
consist of up to 80 alphanumeric characters
and is case sensitive.
PPP MTU Setting
1460
MTU (Maximum Transmission 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
Max Idle Time
10
Minutes
You can configure your Wireless Connect
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
Connect 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
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access connected indefinitely, even when it sits
idle. The Redial Period maximum value is
65535 seconds.
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Server
Figure 106 Server Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Web Server
130
HTTP Port
80
Enter the HTTP port number. The HTTP port
allowed range is 80 or 8010 to 8060. For access
the Wireless Connect Gateway system under
NAT.
HTTPS Port
443
Enter the HTTPS port number. The HTTPS port
allowed range is 443 or 4430 to 4440. For access
the Wireless Connect Gateway system.
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Item
Default
Description
Administrator IdleTimeout
5 Minutes
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.
DHCP Server
Enable
There are three types of DHCP Services.
DHCP Disable—Disable the DHCP server
function.
DHCP Relay—Enable DHCP Relay function.
DHCP Server—Enable DHCP server function.
DHCP Relay
To route DHCP through an external server, the administrator needs
to enable the DHCP relay and assign a valid DHCP server IP
address.
DHCP Server IP
Address
Empty
DHCP Server
The Wireless Connect 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 subscribers original Email server may be
protected by a firewall or NAT network. Wireless Connect Gateway
provides an extra Email server parameter to forward the
Subscribers Email. The Wireless Connect 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 ISP, not from the current
location. Note: Before setting this sever, please make sure the email server relay function is opened. It must not exceed 50
characters.
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Item
Default
Description
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.
Static DHCP
This function allows Wireless Connect Gateway to assign IP address on the LAN to specific
individual computers based on their MAC Address.
Figure 107 Static DHCP Server Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
IP Address
Empty
Enter the IP address that the administrator wants to
assign to the computer on LAN.
MAC
Address
Empty
Enter the MAC address of a computer on your LAN
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Customization

Login Page
The Wireless Connect 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 customizable subscriber login page. The
page customizable elements include login page title, background color, subtitle etc.
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Figure 108 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
Internet Service
Enter the subtitle name of subscriber login page. The
maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Footnote
Disable
Allow the administrator to input the footnote such like
“Please Contact our Customer Service Center, EXT
141”. The maximum character of the footnote is 240.
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Item
Default
Description
Copyright
Enable
The copyright is allowed the administrator to input a
paragraph in the subscriber login page for copyright
information. The maximum character of the copyright is
80.
Background
Color
FFFFFF
The background text color can be specified color. For the
specified text color format please view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Figure 109 Login Page Screen
Before you add logo to the login page, please make sure the logo image file is defined. For
details, see “Customization” on page 133.
Figure 110 Error Dialog Box
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Redirect
This allow service provider to redirect the subscribers browser to a specified home page.
Figure 111 Redirect Login Page Setting Screen
Copy and paste the following HTML Code into your home page to produce redirect subscriber
login page.
Figure 112 Redirect Login Page Code Screen
Advanced
This function allow user to design login page of Wireless Connect Gateway.
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Figure 113 Advanced Login Page Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Welcome
Slogan
Welcome
The maximum allowed characters length is 80.
Page
Background
None
The page background can be none or specified color. For
the background color format please view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Article
Empty
The article allows the administrator to input text 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 view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Article
Background
Color
None
The article background can be specified color. For the
background color format please view the color grid. The
allowed format is Hexadecimal.
Information
Empty
Allow the administrator to input the text information such as
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 as
“Please Contact our Customer Service Center, EXT 141”.
The maximum character of the comment is 80.
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Figure 114 Color Grid
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 115 Frame Login Page Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Top Frame URL
Link
Empty
The input format can be http://www.yahoo.com. The
maximum characters of the URL Link are 200.
Bottom Frame
-
This frame will show the standard login page.
Figure 116 Example-Login Page Screen
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Logo
This function allows the administrator 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 117 Logo Setting Screen
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Figure 118 Login Page
Item
Default
Description
File Path
Empty
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.
Information Window
This function allows administrator to decide whether they want an “Information Window” popup on subscribers PC when authentication is successful.. 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.
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Figure 119 Information Setting Screen
Figure 120 Example-Login Page Screen
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Billing Type=Time to Finish
Can be replenished by Subscriber=Disable
Figure 121 Information Window
Billing Type=Time to Finish
Can be replenished by Subscriber=Enable
Figure 122 Information Window
Billing Type=Accumulation
Can be replenished by Subscriber =Disable
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Figure 123 Information Window
Billing Type=Accumulation
Can be replenished by Connect=Enable
Figure 124 Information Window
Account Printout
This function allow administrator to specified text of account printout.
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Figure 125 Account Printout Customization Setting Screen
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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 126 Success Dialog Box
Figure 127 PC-connected Printer Printout
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Figure 128 Account Generator Printer Printout
Credit Card
Standard Login Page

This function allow administrator to customize the additional credit card message for
the standard login page.
Figure 129 Credit Customization Setting Screen
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Figure 130 Standard Login Page (Enable Credit Card Service=enable)
Figure 131 Billing Setting Screen
Service Selection Page

This function allow service provider to customize the additional credit card message
for the standard login page.
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Customer
Information
Figure 132 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (Authorize.net)
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Figure 133 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (iValidate.net)
Figure 134 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (Secure Pay)
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Figure 135 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (PayPal and WorldPay)
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Figure 136 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (Authorize.net)
Figure 137 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (iValidate.net)
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Figure 138 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (Secure Pay)
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Figure 139 Service Selection Page Setting Screen (PalPay and WorldPay)
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Successful Page
Figure 140 Successful Page Setting Screen
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Figure 141 Example-Successful Page
Fail Page

This function allow service provider to customize the message for the fail page.
Figure 142 Fail Page Setting Screen
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
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Figure 143 Fail Page
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Credit Card
Customization setting screen.
Figure 144 Success Dialog Box
User Agreement Page

This function allow user to design user agreement page of Wireless Connect Gateway
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Figure 145 User Agreement Page Setting Screen
Figure 146 User Agreement Page
Portal Page
This feature allows redirecting subscriber’s browser to a specified portal page after successful
login.
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Figure 147 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 characters of the URL Link
are 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 148 Success Dialog Box
Advertisement

The system allow service provider to input 10 URL links for advertisement link
purpose.
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Figure 149 Advertisement URL Link Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
Frequency
One Time
Only
One Time Only—One Time Only means to send the
advertisement 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
configured.
URL Link
1~10
Empty
This function allows the administrator to input ten different
websites in the table for advertisement purposes. And these ten
websites will display to the subscriber after login to the Wireless
Connect Gateway system. The input format can be “http://
www.yahoo.com”. The maximum characters 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.
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Figure 150 Success Dialog Box
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 Internet access that can be used for advertising.
Yahoo
www.yahoo.com
Name
MSN
www.msn.com
Microsoft
www.microsoft.com
Figure 151 Walled Garden Setting Screen
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Figure 152 Login Page
Item
Description
Link 1~10
Name
The name is for the administrator to identify the URL. The maximum
allowed characters length is 80.
URL 1~10
The input format can be “http://www.yahoo.com”. The maximum
characters of the Link is 200.
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to Walled Garden
setting screen.
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Figure 153 Success Dialog Box
DDNS
The DDNS service (Dynamic Domain Name Service), allows for public mapping for host
name to IP address when IP address is assigned dynamically. This is important if the Wireless
Connect Gateway uses a dynamic IP address.. When the ISP assigns the Wireless Connect
Gateway a new IP, the Wireless Connect 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.
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Figure 154 DDNS Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
Force to update
every ~day(s) when
WAN IP address
does not change
1 day
Enter a number in the field to set the force update
interval in days.
No
01~03
The index number of a DDNS account.
Active
Disable
Click on check box, enable or disable 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
HH:MM:SS:
Display the update date, time and status. The
Status 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
(www.dyndns
.org)
Select a DDNS service provider by clicking in the
list box. Note: Before configuring the DDNS
settings, you have to register a dynamic domain
at one of the dynamic domain service providers.
Registered Host
Name
Empty
Enter the host name of DDNS account. The
maximum characters of the registered host name
is 100.
Login Name
Empty
Enter the user name of DDNS account.
Password
Empty
Enter the user password of DDNS account.
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 to be able to use
*.mydomain.dyndns.org and not only
mydomain.dyndns.org.
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Click Apply button to save the new settings
Click Apply button, the success dialog box appears. Click on Back to return to DDNS setting
screen.
Figure 155 Success Dialog Box
Wireless
Figure 156 Wireless Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
General Settings
Wireless
Connection
Enable
To Enable or Disable wireless connection.
Channel
6
Select the channel ID for wireless connection.
Note: Channel 12~13 are not allowed to use in
North America area.
802.11 Mode
802.11n+8
02.11g+80
2.11b
Select the 802.11 mode of following::
-802.11n+802.11g+802.11b
-802.11n+802.11g
-802.11g+802.11n
-802.11n only
-802.11g only
-802.11b only
Channel Width
Auto 20/40
MHz Auto
20/40MHz
Auto 20/
40MHz
Select of channel width of Auto 20/40 MHz or
20MHz
Multiple ESSID Setting
ESSID
Display each ESSID that administrator has
configured.
The ESSID is the unique name that is shared
among all points in a wireless network.
Security
Display each ESSID wireless security method that
the administrator has configured.
Edit
Click the Edit button to configure each ESSID
Beacon Interval
100
This value valid range is 1 to 1000 indicates the
frequency interval of the beacon.
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Item
Default
Description
RTS Threshold
2342
This value valid range is 256-2342. This setting
determines the packet size at which the Wireless
Connect 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 Connect
Gateway, or in areas where the clients are far apart
and can detect only the Wireless Connect Gateway
and not each other.
Fragmentation
Threshold
2436
This setting determines the size at which packets
are fragmented. Enter a setting ranging from 256 to
2436bytes. Use a low setting in areas where
communication is poor or where there is a great deal
of radio interference.
Preamble Type
Long
Preamble
The preamble type is a section of data at the head of
a packet that contains information the Wireless
Connect Gateway and client devices need when
sending and receiving packets. This menu allows
you to select a long, short or dynamic preamble
type.
Click Apply button to save the new settings.
Click Apply button, the restart dialog box appears. Click on Apply to restart the system.
Figure 157 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.
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Figure 158 Wireless ESSID 1 Configuration Setting Screen
Item
Default
Description
ESSID
1
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.
Broadcast
Enable
Enable or Disable to show the presence of the
ESSID
Access Code
Disable
Enable or Disable support Access Code.
Security
Open
Select open allow wireless station to communicate
with the device without any data encryption. Select
enable to enable WPA or WPA2 data encryption.
WPA and WPA2
Encryption
Wi-Fi Protected Access Encryption
Group Key ReKeying
86400
Seconds
Use WPA or
WPA2 with Preshared Key
Enable
Enter a number in the field to set the force re-keying
interval.
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Item
Default
Description
Pre-Shared Key
Empty
Enter a pre-shared key from 8 to 63 case sensitive
ASCII characters.
Use WPA or
WPA2 with
802.1x
Disable
Server IP
Empty
Enter the RADIUS server IP address or domain
name. The maximum allowed characters length is
15.
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
Click Apply button to save the new settings and back to Wireless Setting Page.
Multiple ESSID Setting > ESSID 2 Configuration
Figure 159 Wireless ESSID 2 Configuration Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
ESSID
2
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.
Broadcast
Enable
Enable or Disable to show the presence of the
ESSID
Access Code
Disable
Enable or Disable support Access Code.
Security
Open
Select open allow wireless station to communicate
with the device without any data encryption. Select
enable to enable WPA or WPA2 data encryption.
WPA and WPA2
Encryption
Wi-Fi Protected Access Encryption
Group Key ReKeying
86400
Seconds
Use WPA or
WPA2 with Preshared Key
Enable
Pre-Shared Key
Empty
Use WPA or
WPA2 with
802.1x
Disable
Server IP
Empty
Enter the RADIUS server IP address or domain
name. The maximum allowed characters length is
15.
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
Enter a number in the field to set the force re-keying
interval.
Enter a pre-shared key from 8 to 63 case sensitive
ASCII characters.
Click Apply button to save the new settings and back to Wireless Setting Page.
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Figure 160 Wireless ESSID 3 Configuration Setting Screen
Multiple ESSID Setting> ESSD 3 Configuration
Item
172
Default
Description
ESSID
3
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.
Broadcast
Enable
Enable or Disable to show the presence of the
ESSID
Access Code
Disable
Enable or Disable support Access Code.
Security
Open
Select open allow wireless station to communicate
with the device without any data encryption. Select
enable to enable WPA or WPA2 data encryption.
WPA and WPA2
Encryption
Wi-Fi Protected Access Encryption
Group Key ReKeying
86400
Seconds
Use WPA or
WPA2 with Preshared Key
Enable
Enter a number in the field to set the force re-keying
interval.
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Item
Default
Description
Pre-Shared Key
Empty
Enter a pre-shared key from 8 to 63 case sensitive
ASCII characters.
Use WPA or
WPA2 with
802.1x
Disable
Server IP
Empty
Enter the RADIUS server IP address or domain
name. The maximum allowed characters length is
15.
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
Click Apply button to save the new settings and back to Wireless Setting Page.
Multiple ESSID Setting > ESSID 4 Configuration
Figure 161 Wireless ESSID 4 General Configuration Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
ESSID
4
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.
Broadcast
Enable
Enable or Disable to show the presence of the
ESSID
Access Code
Disable
Enable or Disable support Access Code.
Security
Open
Select open allow wireless station to communicate
with the device without any data encryption. Select
enable to enable WPA or WPA2 data encryption.
WPA and WPA2
Encryption
Wi-Fi Protected Access Encryption
Group Key ReKeying
86400
Seconds
Use WPA or
WPA2 with Preshared Key
Enable
Pre-Shared Key
Empty
Use WPA or
WPA2 with
802.1x
Disable
Server IP
Empty
Enter the RADIUS server IP address or domain
name. The maximum allowed characters length is
15.
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
Enter a number in the field to set the force re-keying
interval.
Enter a pre-shared key from 8 to 63 case sensitive
ASCII characters.
Click Apply button to save the new settings and back to Wireless Setting Page.
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Note
1.
Any ESSID can be configured to use Access Codes.
2.
Voucher cannot be used with Access Codes.
Account Generator
Figure 162 Account Generator Printer Setting Screen
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Figure 163 Application
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System Status
Display Wireless Connect Gateway system basic status, including,

System

Account List

Account Log

Current User

DHCP Clients

Session List

LAN Devices
System
Figure 164 System Status Item
Screen
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.
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Figure 165 System Status Screen
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Figure 166 System Status Screen
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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 167 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.
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Account Log

The account log shows the accounts’ log information.
Figure 168 Account Log
This allows 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.
Current User
Display the current logged-in subscriber status. It allow service provider to disconnect any
subscriber.
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Figure 169 Current User List
Figure 170 Current User List (super account)
Figure 171 Current User List (No Authentication)
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Figure 172 Current User List (Access Code)
Click on refresh button to update the current user list page.
Type
Username
IP Address
MAC Address
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.
DHCP Clients

The DHCP client table shows the current DHCP users on the LAN.
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Figure 173 Current User Screen
Session List

The remote site administrator could monitor the real time usage status of Wireless
Connect Gateway via this page.
Figure 174 Session List Screen
LAN Devices
Figure 175 LAN Devices Status Screen
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Figure 176 Example- Ethernet Switch Management Screen
You can manage all devices by clicking on device name to access the device’s Web-based
interface.
System Tools
This allows service provider or administrator to process Firmware upgrade, change password
and backup or restore configuration.

Configuration

Firmware

Extended

Boot Code

System Account

SSL Certificate

Ping Command

Restart

Logout
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Figure 177 System
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Configuration
Use the Configuration item to save, restore or reset configuration parameters of the Wireless
Connect Gateway.
Figure 178 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
Enter the file pathname of the system configuration
file in the Local PC File Path field.
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.
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Item
Default
Description
Reset the system
back to factory
defaults
Erase all configurations and revert back to factory settings
Keep subscriber
profile
Disable
Click the keep subscriber profile to change all the
parameters into factory settings but still reserve the
subscriber profiles.
Firmware Upgrade
The Firmware Upgrade menu loads updated firmware to the flash ROM. The download file
should be a binary file from the factory; otherwise the product will not accept it. After
downloading the new firmware, the product will automatically restart.
Manual Firmware Upgrade
Figure 179 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.
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Item
Default
Description
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.
1. Before downloading the new firmware, administrator must save the configuration file to
restore configuration parameters of the device.
2.
2. Do not turn the power off during the upgrade process. This will damage the unit.
Scheduled Firmware Upgrade
Scheduled Firmware Upgrade is a program that enables an automatic upgrade to the latest
firmware version through the TFTP server.
Figure 180 Scheduled Firmware Upgrade Setting Screen
Item
188
Default
Description
Disable/Enable
Disables or enables the scheduled firmware upgrade function.
TFTP Server IP
Empty
Enter the IP address of TFTP Server.
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Item
Default
File
Synchronization
Empty
Description
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 181 Synchronization File Sample Code
Note: Do not turn the power off during the upgrade process. This will damage the unit.
Extended
Figure 182 Extended Setting Screen
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Item
Default
Description
This allow administrator to extended device service, if service expires the device will
stop service until administrator enters the activation code
Status
-
Expiration Date
DD/MM/YYYY
Activation Code
-
Enter the Activation Code License Code and click
the “Active” button to activate service
Boot Code
Figure 183 Boot Code Upgrade Setting Screen
System Account
Use the System Account screen to change the system accounts.
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Figure 184 System Account Setting Screen
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Item
Description
Username
The username can consist of up to 20 alphanumeric characters and is
case sensitive.
Password
The password can consist of up to 20 alphanumeric characters and is
case sensitive.
Confirm
Reenter the password for confirmation.
Super
Connect
Disables or enables the super account function.
Idle Time Out
The user idle time out value 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.
Administrator Account
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 185 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
2.
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The Wireless Connect 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.
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Username: admin
Password: admin
Figure 186 Administrator Account Login Screen (First Time)
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Figure 187 System Quick View
Web-Based Accounting Manager
Figure 188 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
1.
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Start your Web browser and enter the factory default IP address 10.59.1.1 in your
browser’s location box. Press Enter.
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2.
The Wireless Connect Gateway configuration main menu will appear. Enter account as
the Username and account as the password and click Login.
Username: account
Password: account
Figure 189 Web-Based Accounting Manager Login Screen
3.
After a valid user name and password have been provided, the account Generator Panel
homepage will appear.
Figure 190 Account Generator Panel
Supervisor Account
Figure 191 Web Browser Location Field (Factory Default)
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1.
Start your Web browser and enter the factory default IP address 10.59.1.1 in your
browser’s location box. Press Enter.
2.
The Wireless Connect Gateway configuration main menu will appear. Enter supervisor as
the Username and supervisor as the password and click Login.
Username: supervisor
Password: supervisor
Figure 192 Supervisor Account Login Screen
3.
After a valid user name and password have been provided, the Wireless Connect Gateway
configuration homepage will appear.
Figure 193 System Status Screen
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Super Connect Account
Start your Web Browser; a Connect 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 194 Connect Login Page
SSL Certificate
The function allows you to download the registered CA certificate into the Wireless Connect
Gateway.
Figure 195 SSL Certificate Download Setting Screen
Note: The password field must the same as the CA’s registered password.
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Ping Command
The Ping function can check the Wireless Connect Gateway networking connective or
not.

Figure 196 Ping Command Screen
Item
IP or
URL
Description
Enter the IP address or the URL link.
Restart
If your Wireless Connect Gateway is not operating correctly, you can choose this option to
display the restart Wireless Connect Gateway screen. Clicking the apply button restart the
Wireless Connect Gateway, with all of your settings remaining intact.
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Figure 197 Restart Screen
Logout

If you would like to leave the configuration page, please click apply to exit.
Figure 198 Logout Screen
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Appendices
Appendix A Signal Connection Arrangements
RJ-45 Ethernet Port
The Wireless Connect 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 twistedpair (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 cables.

100Mbps: Use EIA/TIA-568-100-Category 5 cable.
Figure 199 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.
Appendix B Regulations/EMI Compliance
FCC Regulatory Statement
Part 15-Class B compliant device
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
conditions:
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1.
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2.
This device must accept any interference received, including that which may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment has been test and found to comply with the limits for a computing device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3.
The equipment and the receiver should be connected the outlets on separate circuits.
4.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
Changes or modification not expressly approved be the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Nomadix Wireless Connect Gateway
The Nomadix product support overview and policy is available on the Nomadix website under
the support tab:
http://www.nomadix.com/support_overview.php
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