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1 Logging In to the Management Page ................................................................................. 1
2 Status Icons ....................................................................................................................... 2
3 Quick Setup ....................................................................................................................... 4
4 Connection ........................................................................................................................ 8
Creating a Network Profile......................................................................................... 8
Setting the Default Network Profile ........................................................................... 8
Setting the Operator's Network .................................................................................. 9
Setting the DNS ......................................................................................................... 9
Accessing the Internet Using the Cellular Data Network ......................................... 10
Accessing the Internet Using an Ethernet Connection.............................................. 10
Connecting Clients to the Mobile Broadband over a WLAN ................................... 10
Viewing the Clients Connected ................................................................................ 11
Adding a Client to the Blacklist ............................................................................... 11
5 VPN................................................................................................................................. 12
Checking the VPN Status ......................................................................................... 12
Setting VPN Parameters ........................................................................................... 12
6 Traffic Statistics............................................................................................................... 14
Viewing Traffic Statistics ......................................................................................... 14
Clearing Traffic Statistics ......................................................................................... 14
Setting the Monthly Traffic Statistics Function ........................................................ 14
7 Text Messaging................................................................................................................ 16
Creating and Sending a Message .............................................................................. 16
Viewing Messages .................................................................................................... 16
Importing Text Messages ......................................................................................... 17
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Deleting Text Messages............................................................................................ 17
Configuring the SMS ............................................................................................... 18
8 Update ............................................................................................................................. 19
Online Update .......................................................................................................... 19
Updating Locally...................................................................................................... 19
9 Sharing Files Using Samba.............................................................................................. 21
10 Sharing USB Printers Using Samba .............................................................................. 23
11 User Management.......................................................................................................... 24
Setting User Rights .................................................................................................. 24
Changing User Rights .............................................................................................. 24
Removing a User...................................................................................................... 25
12 Sharing Files Using the DLNA Function ....................................................................... 26
13 PIN Management ........................................................................................................... 27
Turning On or Off PIN Verification.......................................................................... 27
Changing the PIN ..................................................................................................... 27
14 Ethernet Settings............................................................................................................ 29
Setting Up the Ethernet Connection Mode ............................................................... 29
Viewing Ethernet Connection Information ............................................................... 30
MAC Address Clone ................................................................................................ 31
15 WLAN Settings ............................................................................................................. 32
Enabling or Disabling WLAN .................................................................................. 32
Setting the SSID of the WLAN ................................................................................ 32
Setting the WLAN Key ............................................................................................ 33
Selecting a Channel .................................................................................................. 34
WPS ......................................................................................................................... 34
Setting WLAN MAC Filtering ................................................................................. 35
Specifying the WLAN Bandwidth ........................................................................... 36
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16 DHCP Settings............................................................................................................... 37
Enabling the DHCP Server ....................................................................................... 37
Disabling the DHCP Server...................................................................................... 37
Configuring DHCP Clients....................................................................................... 37
17 VoIP ............................................................................................................................... 39
Configuring an SIP Server........................................................................................ 39
Managing SIP Accounts ........................................................................................... 39
Managing Speed-Dial Numbers ............................................................................... 41
Configuring Advanced SIP Settings ......................................................................... 42
18 Security Settings ............................................................................................................ 43
Enabling or Disabling the Firewall ........................................................................... 43
Setting LAN IP Filtering .......................................................................................... 43
Configuring a Virtual Server .................................................................................... 46
Configuring a Special Application ........................................................................... 47
Setting the DMZ....................................................................................................... 48
Setting the SIP ALG ................................................................................................. 49
Setting the UPnP ...................................................................................................... 49
Configuring NAT ..................................................................................................... 49
Filtering Specified Websites ..................................................................................... 50
Setting the DDNS..................................................................................................... 50
Filtering Specified Devices ...................................................................................... 51
19 System Management...................................................................................................... 52
Viewing Mobile Broadband Information.................................................................. 52
Switching Between Languages................................................................................. 52
Changing the Password ............................................................................................ 52
Restoring Default Settings........................................................................................ 53
Rebooting the Mobile Broadband............................................................................. 53
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Diagnosing Network Connection Exceptions ........................................................... 53
Remotely Managing the Mobile Broadband ............................................................. 54
Setting the Antenna Type ......................................................................................... 55
20 FAQs ............................................................................................................................. 56
Clients Cannot Access the Internet Properly ............................................................ 56
Clients Cannot Access the WLAN Properly ............................................................. 56
Login IP Address for the Management Page Is Forgotten ........................................ 57
WLAN Key Is Forgotten .......................................................................................... 57
Multi-Network IP Address Conflict Occurs ............................................................. 57
All Website Addresses Entered in the Browser Are Redirected to the Mobile
Broadband 's Homepage ........................................................................................... 57
PPPoE Dialing or Connection Failure ...................................................................... 58
What Can I Do If the Network Connection Is Frequently Interrupted? .................... 58
What Can I Do If I Cannot Open Web Pages After a Network Connection Is Set Up?
................................................................................................................................. 58
What Can I Do If the Icons That Indicate No Signals and No Service Are
Displayed? ............................................................................................................... 59
What Can I Do If the Network Access Rate Is Low? ............................................... 59
21 Acronyms and Abbreviations ......................................................................................... 60
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1 Logging In to the Management Page
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Logging In to the Management
Page
Log in to the management page where you can set the parameters of the Mobile
Broadband.
1.
2.
Open a browser and enter 192.168.8.1 in the address bar.
Enter the user name and password and click Log In.
NOTE:
If the Mobile Broadband displays a message indicating low password
strength, use a stronger password. For details, see “Changing the Password”.
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2 Status Icons
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Status Icons
Using the status icons, you can discern the operating status of the Mobile Broadband.
The following table describes the icons displayed in the upper right corner of the Mobile
Broadband user interface.
Item
SIM/USIM/UIM
card
Status
: The SIM/USIM/UIM card is faulty; PIN/PUK is not verified.
NOTE:
 Contact your service provider to check whether a
SIM/USIM/UIM card is required.
 The SIM/USIM/UIM card is provided by your service
provider. To find out more about the card, contact your
service provider.
Internet
: Uploading data
: Downloading data
: Uploading and downloading data simultaneously
: A dial-up connection has been set up, but no data is being
transmitted.
WLAN
: WLAN enabled.
: WLAN disabled.
Signal
: These icons indicate the signal strength
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Item
Status
from weak to strong.
SMS
: New messages.
: Your local inbox is full.
Ethernet
: The Mobile Broadband is connecting to an Ethernet network.
: An Ethernet connection is detected.
Update
: Update available.
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3 Quick Setup
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Quick Setup
You can use Quick Setup to configure and maintain the settings of the Mobile
Broadband.
1.
2.
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Choose Settings > Quick Setup to access the quick setup wizard.
Follow the instructions to set parameters.
Set profile parameters.
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3 Quick Setup
Set Ethernet parameters.
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3 Quick Setup
Set wireless local area network (WLAN) parameters.
NOTE:
Multiple SSIDs can be enabled simultaneously on the Mobile Broadband.
Select one of the SSIDs to connect your device to the Mobile Broadband.
3.
Click Finish.
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4 Connection
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Connection
To use the Mobile Broadband to access the Internet, you must create a network profile
or set the default network profile and operator's network.
Creating a Network Profile
If you are using the Mobile Broadband for the first time, you must create a network
profile to access the Internet.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Dial-up > Profile Management.
Click New Profile.
Set the profile-associated parameters.
NOTE:
 The value of Profile name can contain a maximum of 20 characters,
including the following: 0–9, a-z, A-Z, blank space, and ! # $ ( ) * - . / = @ [ ]
^_{}~|,;\%+?
 Contact your service provider for detailed parameter settings.
4.
Click Save.
Setting the Default Network Profile
After you set the default profile, the Mobile Broadband accesses the Internet via the
default operator's network.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Dial-up > Profile Management.
From the Profile name drop-down list, select a network profile.
Click Apply.
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Setting the Operator's Network
After configuring the settings, the Mobile Broadband can quickly find networks.
Selecting the Operator's Network Type
Select your operator's network type to find and log in to the network quickly.
For details about your network type, contact your operator.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Dial-up > Network Settings.
From Preferred mode, select a mode.
Click Apply.
Searching for and Registering with a Network
The Mobile Broadband supports both automatic and manual network registration.
1.
2.
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3.
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Choose Settings > Dial-up > Network Settings.
From Mode, select a mode.
Auto: The Mobile Broadband searches for an available network and registers with
the network automatically.
Manual: You need to search for an available network and register with it manually.
Register with a network.
In Auto mode, click Apply.
In Manual mode, select one of the networks found and click OK.
Setting the DNS
This page provides you to set the DNS Sever manually. To set the DNS, perform the
following steps.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose Settings > Dial-up > DNS Settings.
Set Manual DNS to Enable.
Set DNS parameters.
Click Apply.
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4 Connection
Accessing the Internet Using the Cellular Data
Network
Use the following method to connect the Mobile Broadband to the Internet.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Dial-up > Mobile Connection.
Click Turn On.
Connect to the Internet.
NOTE:
 By default, Mobile Broadband connect to the Internet automatically.
 You can enable or disable the data roaming function.
Accessing the Internet Using an Ethernet
Connection
Configure Ethernet connection settings the first time the Mobile Broadband connects to
the Internet using an Ethernet connection.
1.
2.
Using a network cable, connect the Mobile Broadband to a router's WAN port or the
Ethernet port on a wall.
Set Ethernet parameters according to “Setting Up the Ethernet Connection Mode”.
Connecting Clients to the Mobile Broadband over
a WLAN
After WLAN is enabled on the Mobile Broadband, clients can connect to the Mobile
Broadband and access the Internet using it.
The Mobile Broadband is connected to the Internet.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Basic Settings.
View the default value of SSID.
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NOTE:
 You can change SSID to ensure the WLAN security. For details, see
“Changing the SSID”. To further improve the WLAN security, you can set a
security key for the WLAN. For details, see “Setting the WLAN Key”.
 To facilitate connections from clients, enable SSID Broadcast. For details,
see “Enabling or Disabling the SSID Broadcast”.
3.
Enter SSID on clients.
After connecting to the Mobile Broadband, clients can access the Internet using the
Mobile Broadband.
Viewing the Clients Connected
Check the number of clients connected to the Mobile Broadband and their details.
1.
2.
Click Statistics.
Under Connected WLAN clients, view the clients connected to the Mobile
Broadband.
Adding a Client to the Blacklist
On the Mobile Broadband's web management page, you can add unwanted clients
connected to the Mobile Broadband to the blacklist to better secure the Wi-Fi network.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click Statistics.
Under Connected WLAN clients, check the information about clients connected to
the Mobile Broadband.
Find the client you want to add to the blacklist, and click Block to display the
Confirm dialog box.
Click OK.
NOTE:
 Under Blacklist, view all clients on the blacklist.
 To remove a client from the blacklist, click Delete under Blacklist.
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5 VPN
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VPN
Virtual Private Network is a technology for building a private network on a public
network. It adopts security measures, such as encryption and identity authentication, to
ensure the privacy and security of your communication data. For example, you can use
VPN to access your company's intranet from home by connecting to your company's
VPN server.
Checking the VPN Status
The Mobile Broadband enables you to check the VPN connection status.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > VPN > VPN Status.
You can then check the VPN connection status and other parameters.
Setting VPN Parameters
After you set the VPN parameters on the Mobile Broadband, you can use VPN to access
your company's intranet from your device, such as a laptop.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > VPN > VPN Settings.
In the Connection Type drop-down list, choose L2TP VPN client.
Set the VPN parameters.
Parameter
LNS address
Description
IP address of the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) network server.
L2TP is a virtual tunneling protocol used in virtual private networks.
If you are connecting to a VPN server that adopts the L2TP, contact
your VPN server provider for settings of LNS address, Tunnel
password, PPP user name, and PPP password.
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Parameter
5 VPN
Description
Host Name
Provided by your VPN server provider.
Tunnel
password
Provided by your VPN server provider.
Handshake
interval (s)
After a VPN connection is set up, the Mobile Broadband will send
status reports to the VPN server at this interval. If the VPN server
does not receive the status report for an extended period of time, the
VPN connection will terminate.
PPP user name
Provided by your VPN server provider.
PPP password
Provided by your VPN server provider.
Authentication
Choose a Point-to-Point Protocol authentication method:

CHAP: Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) is
a method of periodically verifying the identity of the peer using a
3-way handshake. During the establishment of a link, the
authenticator sends a "challenge" message to the peer. The peer
responds with a value calculated using a "one-way hash" function.
The authenticator checks the response against its own calculation
of the expected hash value. If the values match, the authentication
is acknowledged. CHAP provides protection against playback
attack.

PAP: Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) is a method of
using explicit user name and password to verify the identity of a
user who attempts to log in to a PPP server. PAP is the
authentication methods for most common services, such as bank
cards, email accounts, and ADSL devices. It is recommended that
you choose PAP.
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6 Traffic Statistics
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Traffic Statistics
The traffic statistics function records the network traffic and duration of the current
connection as well as that since you last restored the Mobile Broadband to its default
settings.
Viewing Traffic Statistics
Traffic statistics provide the network connection duration and traffic generated.
NOTE:
Traffic statistics are provided for your reference only. Accurate traffic records
can be obtained from the bill provided by your operator.
1.
2.
Click Statistics.
View the traffic data.
Clearing Traffic Statistics
This section describes how to clear the recorded traffic statistics.
1.
2.
3.
Click Statistics.
Click Clear History to display the Confirm dialog box.
Click OK.
Setting the Monthly Traffic Statistics Function
You can set the monthly traffic statistics function and view the network traffic of the
current month.
1.
2.
Click Statistics.
Click Data Plan.
The Data Plan dialog box is displayed.
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Set the monthly traffic statistics parameters.
NOTE:
If your traffic usage in the current month exceeds Threshold of Monthly data
plan, the bar color on the Statistics page changes. Pay attention to your traffic
usage to avoid incurring high data costs.
4.
Click Save.
NOTE:
Click Edit to modify the monthly traffic statistics parameters.
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7 Text Messaging
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Text Messaging
The Mobile Broadband allows you to create, send, view, import, and delete text
messages.
Creating and Sending a Message
The Mobile Broadband allows you to create and send text messages.
1.
2.
3.
Click SMS.
Click New Message.
Enter a recipient number.
NOTE:
The Mobile Broadband enables you to send a message to multiple recipients,
whose numbers need to be separated by a semicolon (;).
4.
Enter the content of the text message.
NOTE:
The Mobile Broadband supports long text messages. When the message you
compose exceeds the maximum number of characters allowed for one message,
it is split into multiple messages before sending. One long message can be split
into up to four messages.
5.
Click Send.
Viewing Messages
You can view received, sent, or draft messages.

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Inbox: stores messages received.
Drafts: stores draft messages and messages that failed to be sent.
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: messages that have been read.
: unread messages.
Click SMS.
Click the message to view its content.
NOTE:
To reply to or forward a message, click the message, then Reply or Forward.
Importing Text Messages
You can import text messages from a SIM card to the Mobile Broadband.
1.
2.
Click SMS.
Click Import.
Deleting Text Messages
This section describes how to delete text messages.
1.
2.

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3.
Click SMS.
Find the message you want to view.
Click the arrows in the lower right corner to turn pages.

: Go to the first page.

: Go to the previous page.

: Go to the next page.

: Go to the last page.
To go to a specific page, enter the page number in the Page field, and click Go.
Mark the messages you want to delete, and click Delete.
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NOTE:
You can unmark any marked message.
Configuring the SMS
Configure Short Message Service (SMS) settings.
1.
2.
3.
Choose SMS > SMS Settings.
Set SMS parameters.
Turn on or off the SMS report function.
Click Apply to save the settings.
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8 Update
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Update
This section describes how to update the Mobile Broadband application to its latest
version.
Online Update
The Mobile Broadband provides the online update function.
1.
Click Update to check the current version information.
NOTE:
 During your update, do not close the browser or unplug the Mobile
Broadband.
 When detecting a new version and being updated, the Mobile Broadband
reports the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) encrypted by
RSA to the online update server.
2.
3.
Click Check for updates. The Mobile Broadband will detect the latest version.
Click Update Now. A Downloading… dialog is displayed, showing the download
progress.
A Confirm dialog is displayed, indicating that the download succeeds.
4.
Click OK.
Updating Locally
Before performing a local update of the Mobile Broadband application, save the update
package to your computer.
1.
2.
Choose Update > Local Update.
Click Browse.
In the displayed dialog box, select the update package saved to your computer.
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Click Open.
Click Update.
NOTE:
During the update, do not disconnect the Mobile Broadband from its power
supply or your computer.
5.
Click OK.
When the update is complete, the Mobile Broadband automatically restarts with the
new version installed.
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9 Sharing Files Using Samba
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Sharing Files Using Samba
The Samba Service allows computers running different operating system to access files in
the USB storage device connected to Mobile Broadband.
Before you use the Samba Service, set the user rights and accessible folders. For details,
see “Setting User Rights”.
1.
2.
Choose More > Sharing > Samba Server.
Select Enable Samba sharing.
Example:
A USB storage device connected to Mobile Broadband contains photos, videos, and
audio clips. User A wants to edit the photos, while user B wants to copy the videos. Due
to security reasons, user A must be prevented from copying the videos, and user B must
be prevented from viewing the photos. In this scenario, you can use Samba to set
different folder access rights for different users.
NOTE:
The computer runs Windows 7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose More > Sharing > Samba Server.
Select Enable Samba sharing.
Choose More > Sharing > User Settings.
Click Add.
Set the read/write and folder access rights for users A and B.
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User name
Password
admin1
admin123
admin123
Read/Write
The folder where the
photos are saved
admin2
admin234
admin234
Read only
The folder where the
videos are saved
6.
Confirm
password
Rights
Directory
Choose Start > Run, enter \\ 192.168.8.1, and press Enter.
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Sharing USB Printers Using
Samba
Mobile Broadband's Samba Service allows computers to share USB printers. Computers
running Windows, MAC, or Linux within the same network segment as Mobile
Broadband can access the USB printers connected to Mobile Broadband.
Before you use the Samba Service, set up a Samba account. For details, see “Setting User
Rights”.
1.
2.
Choose More > Sharing > Samba Server.
Select Enable Samba sharing.
Mobile Broadband searches for and lists all connected USB printers.
3.
Choose Start > Run, enter \\ 192.168.8.1, and press Enter.
NOTE:
The computer is running Windows 7.
4.
From the computer, double-click a USB printer and follow the onscreen instructions
to install the printer driver.
NOTE:
The printer driver only needs to be installed once.
5.
(Optional) Open a document and print it out using the USB printer.
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User Management
User Settings lets you manage user rights, preventing the shared files from being
accessed by unauthorized parties.
Setting User Rights
Users will be able to access a USB storage device only after you set the read/write and
folder access rights for them.
Choose More > Sharing > User Settings.
Click Add.
Enter the user name and password.
Enter the password again.
Set Rights.
Read only: shared files can only be viewed.
Read/Write: shared files can be viewed and modified.
Set Directory.
All: all files stored in the USB storage device can be accessed.
Custom: certain specified files in the USB storage device can be accessed. Click
Select and select folders in the displayed Select Folder dialog box.
7. Click OK.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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6.
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Changing User Rights
Change the user rights and accessible folders on this page.
1.
2.
3.
Choose More > Sharing > User Settings.
Click Edit.
Enter the new user name or password.
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5.
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6.
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Enter the password again.
Set Rights.
Read only: shared files can only be viewed.
Read/Write: shared files can be viewed and modified.
Set Directory.
All: all files stored in the USB storage device can be accessed.
Custom: certain specified files in the USB storage device can be accessed. Click
Select and select folders in the displayed Select Folder dialog box.
Click OK.
Removing a User
After you remove a user, that user can no longer view or manage files in the USB storage
device.
1.
2.
3.
Choose More > Sharing > User Settings.
Click Delete.
From the displayed dialog box, click OK.
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Sharing Files Using the DLNA
Function
After the DLNA is enabled, you can access the media files shared from a mobile storage
device (such as an SD card) that is connected to the Mobile Broadband over another
device that supports the DLNA.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose More > Sharing > DLNA.
Select Enable to enable the DLNA function.
Click Select. In the displayed Select Folder dialog box, specify the file sharing path.
Click OK to close the dialog box.
Click Apply.
NOTE:
If you want to share all files in the mobile storage device, set the Directory to
All.
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PIN Management
PIN Management provides PIN security settings to prevent unauthorized use of the SIM,
USIM, or UIM card.
Turning On or Off PIN Verification
If PIN verification is turned on, you need to enter the PIN only when the Mobile
Broadband is turned on. If PIN verification is turned off, no PIN is required.
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1.
2.
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3.
4.
If a PIN is required, enter the correct PIN.
If you enter your PIN incorrectly three times consecutively, the SIM/USIM/UIM
card is locked and you must enter the PIN unlock key (PUK).
If you enter the PUK incorrectly ten times consecutively, the SIM/USIM/UIM card is
locked permanently. If you cannot enter the correct PIN or PUK, network-associated
functions are unavailable.
The PIN and the PUK are provided with the SIM/USIM/UIM card. If you did not
receive them or have forgotten them, contact the operator.
Choose Settings > Security > PIN Management.
From PIN operation, select:
Enable: to turn on PIN verification.
Disable: to turn off PIN verification.
Enter the correct PIN.
Click Apply.
Changing the PIN
If PIN verification is turned on, you can change the PIN.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Security > PIN Management.
From PIN operation, select Modify.
Enter the current PIN.
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Enter a new PIN and confirm the PIN.
Click Apply.
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Ethernet Settings
Setting Up the Ethernet Connection Mode
This section describes how to set up the Ethernet connection mode and parameters.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > Ethernet > Ethernet Settings.
Set the Mobile Broadband's connection parameters according to the following table.
Application Scenario
Configuration Method
The Mobile Broadband
selects the best network
access mode based on
the network
environment.
a.
Access the Internet
using a PPPoE dial-up
connection or a dynamic
IP address.
a.
You have the user name
and password provided
by your network service
provider for the PPPoE
dial-up connection.
a.
b.
b.
b.
c.
Select Auto from the Connection mode drop-down
list.
Set Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) and
dynamic IP parameters. For details, see PPPoE Dial-up
Settings and Dynamic IP Settings.
Select PPPoE + Dynamic IP from the Connection
mode drop-down list.
Set Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) and
dynamic IP parameters. For details, see PPPoE Dial-up
Settings and Dynamic IP Settings.
Select PPPoE from the Connection mode drop-down
list.
Enter the user name and password provided by your
network service provider.
Set the MTU.
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The computer IP address a.
is automatically assigned
by the network service
b.
provider.
Select Dynamic IP from the Connection mode
drop-down list.
Select the Set DNS server manually check box, Enter
Primary DNS server and Secondary DNS server.
NOTE:
This step is optional. By default, the Mobile
Broadband automatically obtains the Domain
Name Server (DNS) address.
c.
Set the MTU.
You have the network
parameters, such as a
fixed IP address, subnet
mask, gateway IP
address, and domain
name server (DNS)
address, provided by
your network service
provider.
a.
Select Static IP from the Connection mode drop-down
list.
Enter the IP address, subnet mask, gateway address,
DNS address (optional), provided by your network
service provider.
Set the MTU.
The client is connected
with a network cable,
but no Ethernet
connection is available.
Select LAN only from the Connection mode drop-down list.
3.
b.
c.
NOTE:
You can also unplug the network cable and access
the Internet using the cellular data network.
Click Apply.
Viewing Ethernet Connection Information
This section describes how to view Ethernet connection information.
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Choose Settings > Ethernet > Ethernet Status.
View Ethernet connection information.
MAC Address Clone
Using the Media Access Control (MAC) address clone function, multiple clients can
concurrently connect to the Mobile Broadband to access the Internet.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Ethernet > MAC Clone.
Click Clone to set the MAC address of the Mobile Broadband Ethernet port to that
of your computer, or enter the MAC address to be cloned in the MAC address field.
Click Apply.
NOTE:
Click Reset to restore the MAC address of the Ethernet port to its default value.
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Enabling or Disabling WLAN
This section describes how to enable or disable Mobile Broadband's WLAN.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Basic Settings.
From WLAN module,select:

Enable:Enable WLAN

3.
Disable:Disable WLAN
Click Apply.
Setting the SSID of the WLAN
The service set identifier (SSID) is a name that identifies a wireless local area network
(WLAN). A wireless client (for example, a computer) can communicate with the Mobile
Broadband properly only when they are using the same SSID. To ensure the WLAN
security, do not use the default SSID. You can define an SSID as required.
Changing the SSID
This section describes how to change the service set identifier (SSID).
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Basic Settings.
In SSID, enter the SSID.
Click Apply.
Enabling or Disabling the SSID Broadcast
If the service set identifier (SSID) broadcast function is enabled, the Mobile Broadband
broadcasts the SSID of the wireless local area network (WLAN) facilitating clients'
access to the WLAN. The disadvantage is that unauthorized clients can also access the
WLAN. If the SSID broadcast is disabled, the Mobile Broadband does not broadcast the
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SSID of the WLAN. So the SSID must be entered manually and correctly from a client
before the client accesses the WLAN. This improves the security of the WLAN.
1.
2.


3.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Basic Settings.
Set SSID Broadcast.
Enable: to enable the SSID broadcast.
Disable: to disable the SSID broadcast.
Click Apply.
NOTE:
During the process of setting up the WLAN, you can set the SSID broadcast to
Enable to facilitate the access from clients. After the WLAN is set up, set the
SSID broadcast to Disable to improve the security of the WLAN.
Setting the WLAN Key
To improve the security of the wireless local area network (WLAN), set a security key for
the WLAN.
1.
2.


3.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Basic Settings.
Select Security mode.
WPA2-PSK: This is the second version of WPA-PSK and is more secure than
WPA-PSK.
WPA/WPA2-PSK: Both WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK encryption modes are
supported. Clients can access the WLAN in WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK mode.
Enter a security key.
NOTE:
Select Show password to view the security key that you have entered.
4.
Click Apply.
Setting a WPA Security Key for the WLAN
1.
2.
3.
From Security mode, select WPA2-PSK.
In WPA pre-shared key, enter the security key. For example, 12345678.
Click Apply.
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Selecting a Channel
This section describes how to select a channel.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Advanced Settings.
Select a channel from the Channel drop-down list box.
Click Apply.
NOTE:
If you do not know which channel to select, select Auto. The Mobile
Broadband will then automatically select a channel.
WPS
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is a standard used to set up wireless connections in an
easy and secure way. Traditionally speaking, to set up a wireless connection, you have to
set a WLAN name (SSID) and key for the Mobile Broadband, and enter the key on the
client. WPS automatically configures an SSID and key for the Mobile Broadband and
client. You can conveniently and securely connect your client to the WLAN without
having to remember the SSID and key.
Connecting a Client to the Mobile Broadband Through PIN
In Personal Information Number (PIN) mode, you can securely connect a client to the
Mobile Broadband's WLAN by simply entering the client's PIN on the Mobile
Broadband's web management page. You can then access the Internet through the
Mobile Broadband.
1.
Set the client's WPS connection method to PIN, and record the PIN displayed on the
client.
NOTE:
For details about operations on the client, see the client's user guide.
2.
On the Mobile Broadband's web management page, choose Settings > WLAN >
WPS Settings.
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NOTE:
By default, WPS is set to On. If WPS is set to Off, WPS connection mode
cannot be set.
3.
4.
5.
Choose Enter device PIN.
Enter the client's PIN in the PIN text box.
Click Mobile Connection.
Connecting a Client to the Mobile Broadband Through PBC
In Push Button Configuration (PBC) mode, you can connect a client to the Mobile
Broadband's WLAN simply by pushing the WPS button. You can then access the
Internet through the Mobile Broadband.
1.
On the Mobile Broadband's web management page, choose Settings > WLAN >
WPS Settings.
NOTE:
By default, WPS is set to On. If WPS is set to Off, the WPS connection mode
cannot be set.
2.
3.
4.
Choose PBC.
Press the WPS button on the client.
Click Mobile Connection on the Mobile Broadband's web management page.
NOTE:
 For details about operations on the client, see the client's user guide.
 Click Mobile Connection on the Mobile Broadband's web management
page within 2 minutes after you press the WPS button on the client.
Setting WLAN MAC Filtering
You can control and manage the clients that access the wireless local area network
(WLAN) to improve the security performance of the WLAN.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN MAC Filter.
From WLAN MAC Filter, select a Media Access Control (MAC) filtering mode.
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Disable: to disable the function of filtering MAC addresses.
Allow: If the MAC address of a client is listed in MAC Address, the client is
allowed to connect to the Mobile Broadband over the WLAN.
Deny: If the MAC address of a client is listed in MAC Address, the client is
prohibited from connecting to the Mobile Broadband over the WLAN.
In MAC Address, enter the MAC addresses of the clients to be controlled.
Click Apply.
Allowing Specified Clients to Access the WLAN
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click Statistics. From the MAC Address column under Connected WLAN clients,
find the MAC addresses of clients whose access to the WLAN is allowed. For
example, 40:4D:8E:6D:80:7D.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN MAC Filter. From WLAN MAC Filter,
select Allow.
In MAC Address, enter 40:4D:8E:6D:80:7D.
Click Apply.
Specifying the WLAN Bandwidth
The wireless local area network (WLAN) bandwidth is the transmission frequency
bandwidth of the Mobile Broadband. A greater transmission frequency bandwidth
indicates a faster data transmission speed and lower penetrability.
1.
2.


3.
Choose Settings > WLAN > WLAN Advanced Settings.
Select the desired WLAN bandwidth from the Wi-Fi bandwidth drop-down list box.
Auto: The Mobile Broadband selects the most appropriate bandwidth based on the
actual network situation.
20M: This option indicates 20 MHz, corresponds to the bandwidth of 65 Mbit/s, and
produces good penetrability and long transmission distance.
Click Apply.
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Enabling the DHCP Server
If the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is enabled, the Mobile
Broadband allocates IP addresses to clients connected to it.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
DHCP IP range and DHCP lease time (s) are available to be set only when the
DHCP server is enabled.
After the DHCP server is enabled, enable the function to automatically obtain an IP
address and a DNS server address from clients.
Choose Settings > System > DHCP.
In IP address, enter the two last digits of the Mobile Broadband's IP address.
Select Enable to enable the DHCP server.
In DHCP IP range, enter the last digit of the start IP address and the end IP address.
In DHCP lease time (s), enter a lease time.
Click Apply.
Disabling the DHCP Server
If the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is disabled, the Mobile
Broadband does not allocate IP addresses to clients connected to it and IP addresses
must be entered from each client.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > System > DHCP.
Select Disable to disable the DHCP server.
Click Apply.
Configuring DHCP Clients
If the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is enabled, certain settings
must be configured on clients.
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The following describe how to configure DHCP settings on a computer running Windows
7 as an example.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Choose Start > Control Panel.
From the Viewed by drop-down list, choose Category.
Choose Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Change adapter
settings > Wireless Network Connection.
Right click the network icon that you want to configure and choose Properties.
On the Networking tab page, choose Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) or
Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and then click Properties.
On the Internet Protocol 6 (TCP/IPv6) Properties dialog box, select Obtain an
IPv6 address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically. Or on
the Internet Protocol 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties dialog box, select Obtain an IP
address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically.
Click OK.
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VoIP
The Mobile Broadband supports voice services based on the Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) and voice calls between the Internet and Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN).
Configuring an SIP Server
Configure parameters for the SIP registration and agent servers according to the
instructions on this page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Choose Settings > VoIP > SIP Server.
In Proxy server address, enter the IP address or domain name provided by your
service provider.
In Proxy server port, enter the port provided by your service provider.
In Registration server address, enter the IP address or domain name of the
registration server provided by your service provider.
In Registration server port, enter the port of the registration server provided by
your service provider.
In SIP server domain name, enter the domain name of the SIP server.
NOTE:
If Secondary server is selected, follow the preceding steps to configure the
parameters for it.
7.
Click Apply.
Managing SIP Accounts
The Mobile Broadband lets you add, modify, or delete your SIP accounts and view their
registration status.
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Adding an SIP Account
Add an SIP account according to the instructions on this page.
Before you configure an SIP account, configure the SIP server. For details, see
“Configuring an SIP Server”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose Settings > VoIP > SIP Account.
Click Add.
In SIP Account, enter the account number provided by your service provider.
In User name and Password, enter your user name and password provided by your
service provider for voice services.
Click OK.
Modifying an SIP Account
Modify an SIP account according to the instructions on this page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose Settings > VoIP > SIP Account.
Click Edit.
In SIP Account, modify the account number.
In User name and Password, modify your user name and password for voice
services.
Click OK.
Deleting an SIP Account
Delete a SIP account according to the instructions on this page.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > VoIP > SIP Account.
Click Delete.
From the displayed dialog box, click OK.
Checking the SIP Account Registration Status
Check your SIP accounts and their registration status according to the instructions on this
page.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > VoIP > SIP Account.
In Registration Status, view the registration status of all your SIP accounts.
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Managing Speed-Dial Numbers
Assign short and easy-to-remember speed-dial numbers for your contacts. You can then
simply dial the speed-dial number instead of entering the entire number. The Mobile
Broadband lets you add, modify, or delete your speed-dial numbers.
Adding a Speed-Dial Number
Add a speed-dial number according to the instructions on this page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Choose Settings > VoIP > Speed Dial.
Click Add.
In Speed Dial Number, enter a number easy to remember.
In Actual Number, enter the actual number.
In Description, enter a description for the speed-dial number.
Click OK.
Click Apply.
Modifying a Speed-Dial Number
Modify a speed-dial number according to the instructions on this page.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Choose Settings > VoIP > Speed Dial.
Click Edit.
In Speed Dial Number, modify a speed-dial number.
In Actual Number, modify the actual number.
In Description, change the description.
Click OK.
Click Apply.
Deleting a Speed-Dial Number
Delete a speed-dial number according to the instructions on this page.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > VoIP > Speed Dial.
Click Delete.
From the displayed dialog box, click OK.
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Configuring Advanced SIP Settings
This topic describes how to configure advanced SIP settings. It is recommended that you
retain the default settings.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Choose Settings > VoIP > Advanced SIP Settings.
In Registration timeout (seconds), enter the timeout duration for SIP account
registrations.
In Session timeout (seconds), enter the timeout duration for server sessions.
In Minimum session timeout (seconds), enter the minimum timeout duration for
server sessions.
Set PRACK signaling.
Click Apply.
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Enabling or Disabling the Firewall
The Mobile Broadband supports the firewall function to control the transmission of data
streams and protect your local area network from unauthorized access.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Choose Settings > Security > Firewall Switch.
Select Enable IP address filter to enable the function of filtering IP addresses.
Select Disable WAN port ping to disable the ping function.
Select Enable domain name filter to enable the function of filtering URLs.
Select Enable MAC filter to enable the MAC filtering function.
Click Apply.
Setting LAN IP Filtering
The function to filter IP addresses in the local area network (LAN) can be used to restrict
the access to specific Internet services from specified clients in the LAN
The IP address filtering function is enabled. For details, see “Enabling or Disabling the
Firewall”.
The following table lists common protocols at the Application Layer of (TCP/IP).
Protocol
Default Port
Service Provided
HTTP
80
Browse Web pages.
SMTP
25
Send emails.
POP3
110
Receive emails.
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Protocol
Default Port
Service Provided
FTP
21
Transmit files.
Telnet
23
Log in to remote computers.
NOTE:
For details about the ports used for specific services, contact the relevant service
providers
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Security > LAN IP Filter.
Click Add and set the parameters.
Click OK to save the settings.
NOTE:
 Click Edit to edit an item.
 Click Delete to delete an item.
4.
Click Apply for the settings to take effect.
Blocking a Client from Accessing a Specified Website
To block the client whose IP address is 192.168.1.101 in the wireless local area network
(WLAN) from accessing www.abc.com, do the following:
1.
2.
Choose Settings > Security > LAN IP Filter.
Click Add and set the parameters.
LAN IP Address Enter 192.168.1.101.
NOTE:
You can view the IP addresses of clients connected to the
Mobile Broadband on the Statistics page under
Connected WLAN clients.
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Enter 80.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
From the operating system, choose Start > Run.
Enter cmd and press Enter.
In the displayed command-line interface, enter ping
www.abc.com and press Enter.
View the IP address of www.abc.com. For example, it is
1.2.3.4.
In the text box for WAN IP Address on the relevant page of
the Mobile Broadband, enter 1.2.3.4.
NOTE:
The Windows 7 operating system is used in this example
to describe how to obtain wide area network (WAN) IP
addresses.
WAN Port
Protocol
Enter 80.
Select TCP/UDP.
NOTE:
If you do not know the protocol, select TCP/UDP. The
Mobile Broadband will automatically select an
appropriate protocol.
3.
Status
Select On.
Options
Click OK.
Click Apply for the settings to take effect.
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Configuring a Virtual Server
The Mobile Broadband supports the virtual server to enable external users to use the
services provided in the local area network (LAN) using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol
(HTTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and other protocols.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Security > Virtual Server.
Click Add and set the parameters.
Click OK to save the settings.
NOTE:
 Edit: to edit an item.
 Delete: to delete an item.
4.
Click Apply for the settings to take effect.
Configuring an FTP Server
To enable a client whose IP address is 192.168.8.101 to provide FTP services and be
accessed by external users, do the following:
1.
2.
3.
Configure a virtual server.
Name
WAN Port
LAN IP Address
LAN Port
Protocol
Status
My FTP
server
21
192.168.8.101
21
TCP
On
Choose Settings > System > Device Information, view the wide area network
(WAN) IP address of the Mobile Broadband. For example 10.2.1.123.
In the browser of an external user, enter the FTP server address (ftp://10.2.1.123) and
access the FTP services provided by the client whose IP address is 192.168.8.101.
NOTE:
By default, the FTP service port is 21. If this port is changed (for example, it is
changed to 8021), the external user must enter ftp://10.2.1.123:8021 to access
the FTP server.
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Configuring a Special Application
The Mobile Broadband supports the function to use a special application to configure
dynamic port forwarding. Certain applications in the local area network (LAN) must use
a specified port of the firewall to access remote applications. To set up a Transmission
Control Protocol and User Datagram Protocol (TCP/UDP) connection between an
application in the LAN and a remote application, the firewall uses this port forwarding
function to open the required port.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Security > Special Applications.
Click Add and set the parameters.
Click OK to save the settings.
NOTE:
 Edit: to edit an item.
 Delete: to delete an item.
4.
Click Apply for the settings to take effect.
Example of the Configuration of a Special Application
A client in the LAN uses TCP to access the MSN game server through port 47624. When
the game starts, the game server uses TCP and port 2400 to set up a connection to the
client that tries to access the server. In this case, you must configure dynamic port
forwarding, because the game conflicts with the following default firewall rules:
The firewall blocks external data input.
The game server can send a connection request to the external IP address of the
Mobile Broadband but cannot send the request to the LAN client that tries to access
the game server, because the IP addresses of clients are not open to external devices.
To solve this problem, you must define a set of port forwarding rules. When the client in
the LAN sends data to TCP port 47624, the rules allow data input from TCP port 2400.
Then data from the game server can be received from and transmitted to the LAN client
that sends data to TCP port 47624.
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Name
Status
Trigger Port
Trigger
Protocol
Open
Protocol
Open
Port
MSN
Gaming
Zone
On
47624
TCP
TCP
2400
NOTE:
For details about Trigger Port, Open Port, Trigger Protocol, and Open
Protocol, contact your service provider.
Setting the DMZ
If external users cannot access certain network services provided by the local area
network (LAN), use the DMZ function provided by the Mobile Broadband to set the
client that provides the required network services as the DMZ host; external users can
then access these services properly. DMZ is an acronym for the demilitarized zone in
networks.
DMZ users are not protected by the firewall and may be easily attacked. In addition, the
security of other users in the LAN is compromised.
1.
2.


3.
Choose Settings > Security > DMZ Settings.
Select:
Enable: to enable the DMZ function.
Disable: to disable the DMZ function.
In DMZ IP address, enter the IP address of the client to be set as the DMZ host.
NOTE:
One client can be set as the DMZ host at a time.
4.
Click Apply.
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Setting the SIP ALG
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a control protocol at the Application Layer. It is
used to initiate, change, or end a session. An application-level gateway (ALG) is a
specific application of SIP and is used to check the status of data packages. To complete a
SIP application, enable the SIP ALG.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Choose Settings > Security > SIP ALG Settings.
Select Enable SIP ALG to enable the SIP ALG.
In SIP port, enter the SIP port number provided by your service provider.
Click Apply.
Setting the UPnP
The Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) service realizes intelligent connection between two
UPnP devices using port forwarding. UPnP devices can obtain IP addresses automatically
and access the Internet dynamically.
1.
2.


3.
Choose Settings > Security > UPnP Settings.
Select:
Enable: to enable the UPnP service.
Disable: to disable the UPnP service.
Click Apply.
Configuring NAT
Network address translation is the process of modifying source and destination IP
addresses when IP packets are transmitted across a router or firewall. The purpose of this
process is to translate internal (private) IP addresses into external (public) IP addresses to
provide a solution to the impending exhaustion of IP addresses. Mobile Broadband
supports port-restricted cone NAT and symmetric NAT. You can configure the NAT
settings as required.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > Security > NAT Settings.
Select from the following options:
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Cone: to enable port-restricted cone NAT. This type of NAT are more compatible
with applications (including applications on game devices), although it provides
lower security.
Symmetric: to enable symmetric NAT. This type of NAT is generally adopted by
gateways with higher security.
Click Apply.
Filtering Specified Websites
The Mobile Broadband enables you to specify and filter websites.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Choose Settings > Security > Domain Name Filter.
Click Add.
In Domain Name, enter the address of the website you want to filter.
From the Status drop-down list, choose On.
Click OK.
Click Apply for the settings to take effect.
Setting the DDNS
The Dynamic Domain Name Server (DDNS) is a system that associates a network
address with a dynamic IP address. After you configure the DDNS, the Mobile
Broadband sends the dynamic IP address of a computer to the DDNS. The DDNS then
associates the updated IP address with the specified network address so that Internet users
can use this network address to access the resources that you provide.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > Security > DDNS.
Click Add.
Set DDNS parameters.
NOTE:
The user name and password must be registered on the website of the DDNS
service provider.
4.
Click OK.
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Example:
To share large files or videos with Internet users:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Register a DDNS user name and password on a DDNS service provider. For example,
register an account with both the user name and password as admin on
http://www.dyndns.org/.
Choose Settings > Security > DDNS.
Service Provider
Status
Domain
Name
User name
Password
DynDNS.org
On
www.abc.com
admin
admin
Click OK.
Internet users will then be able to access your resources by accessing www.abc.com
from their browsers.
Filtering Specified Devices
The MAC filtering function of the Mobile Broadband can filter specified devices on the
Mobile Broadband local area network (LAN) so these devices are prevented from
accessing the Internet or other devices on the same LAN.
1.
2.



3.
4.
Choose Settings > Security > MAC Filter.
Select an MAC filtering mode from the Filtering mode: drop-down list box.
Disable: Disable the MAC filtering function.
Allow: If the MAC address of a client is in the MAC Address list, the client is
allowed to connect to the Mobile Broadband.
Deny: If the MAC address of a client is in the MAC Address list, the client is not
allowed to connect to the Mobile Broadband.
In the MAC Address text box, enter the MAC address of the client you want to
filter.
Click Apply.
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Viewing Mobile Broadband Information
This section describes how to view the information about the Mobile Broadband.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > System > Device Information.
View Mobile Broadband information.
Switching Between Languages
This section describes how to switch between the Mobile Broadband's user interface
languages.
1.
2.
Click the drop-down list in upper right corner of the page.
From the language drop-down list, select the desired language.
Changing the Password
To prevent unauthorized access to the management page, change the login password.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > System > Modify Password.
Enter the current password.
Enter a new password and confirm it.
NOTE:
The password can contain a maximum of 15 characters, including numbers,
letters (upper or lower case), space, and the following symbols: ! # $ ( ) * - . / =
@[]^_`{}~|
4.
Click Apply.
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Restoring Default Settings
After you restore the Mobile Broadband to its default settings, your personal
information will be deleted, and parameters will be restored to their default values.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > System > Restore Defaults.
Click Restore.
Rebooting the Mobile Broadband
This section describes how to reboot the Mobile Broadband.
1.
2.
Choose Settings > System > Reboot.
Click Reboot.
Diagnosing Network Connection Exceptions
If the Mobile Broadband cannot connect to the Internet, use the diagnostics tools to
identify the possible causes.
Performing a Ping Test
If the Mobile Broadband cannot connect to the Internet, perform a ping test to identify
the possible causes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose Settings > System > Diagnosis.
Select Ping from the Diagnosis method drop-down list box.
In the Target IP or domain text box, enter the IP address or domain name, for
example www.google.com.
Set Packet size and Timeout period.
Select or deselect Do not fragment.
NOTE:
Select Do not fragment if you set Packet size to a value greater than its default
value.
6.
Click Apply.
The diagnostics results are displayed in the Result area on the bottom of the page.
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Performing a Traceroute Test
If the Mobile Broadband cannot connect to the Internet, perform a traceroute test to
identify the possible causes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Choose Settings > System > Diagnosis.
Select Traceroute from the Diagnosis method drop-down list box.
In the Target IP or domain text box, enter the IP address or domain name, for
example www.google.com.
Set Maximum hops and Timeout period.
Click Apply.
The diagnostics results are displayed in the Result area on the bottom of the page.
Remotely Managing the Mobile Broadband
TR-069 is the protocol used for communication between the Mobile Broadband and the
auto-configuration server (ACS). Your operator can use the ACS to remotely manage the
network settings of the Mobile Broadband. This helps your operator overcome the
difficulties in managing the Mobile Broadband, reduce maintenance costs, and improve
the efficiency in solving problems. If your operator enables the TR-069 automatic service
provision function, ACS parameters are set on the Mobile Broadband, and required
parameters are set on the ACS, this function will automatically set the network
parameters, and the ACS will automatically send the network settings to the Mobile
Broadband.
1.
2.
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3.
Choose Settings > System > TR-069 Settings.
Set Periodic notification.
Enable: Enable the service of periodically sending packets using TR-069.
Disable: Disable the service of periodically sending packets using TR-069.
Set Notification interval.
NOTE:
 If you set Periodic notification to Disable, the Notification interval
parameter is dimmed and unavailable.
 If you set Periodic notification to Enable, the Mobile Broadband sends
packets to the ACS at an interval specified by Notification interval.
4.
In the ACS URL text box, enter the URL of the ACS.
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In the ACS user name and ACS password text boxes, enter the ACS user name and
password respectively.
NOTE:
 Obtain the values of ACS URL, ACS user name, and ACS password from
your operator.
 To access the ACS, the Mobile Broadband must provide the values of ACS
user name and ACS password for the ACS. The values must be the same as
those set on the ACS.
6.
Click Apply.
Setting the Antenna Type
This topic describes how to set the antenna type.
1.
2.
3.
Choose Settings > System > Antenna Settings.
Select the antenna type from the drop-down list.
Click Apply.
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Clients Cannot Access the Internet Properly
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Check that clients are connected to the Mobile Broadband properly.
Check that the Mobile Broadband is powered on properly.
Check that the Mobile Broadband is in a location covered by communication
networks and that the signal strength is strong.
Check that the network mode meets the requirement of the local service provider. For
details, see “Setting the Operator's Network”.
When the Mobile Broadband is used for Internet access, the Point-to-Point Protocol
(PPP) user name and password must be set correctly. Check that the PPP user name
and password are correct. For details, see “Creating a Network Profile”.
If the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) service is not enabled and the
clients are set to obtain IP addresses dynamically, the clients cannot access the
Internet. In this case, enable the DHCP service. For details, see “DHCP Settings”.
Check that the network adapters of the clients are working properly.
Contact your service provider if the problem persists.
Clients Cannot Access the WLAN Properly
1.
2.
3.
Check whether there are potential interference sources or shielding objects near the
Mobile Broadband. If any, adjust the placement of the Mobile Broadband.
Check and record the settings of the following parameters on the clients and the
Mobile Broadband: SSID, Encryption mode, and security key. The service set
identifier (SSID) of the clients must be set to ANY or be same as that set on the
Mobile Broadband. The encryption mode and the security key on the clients must
match those set on the Mobile Broadband. Otherwise, change the settings on the
clients.
If the Media Access Control (MAC) address filtering in the wireless local area
network (WLAN) is enabled on the Mobile Broadband, check that the MAC
addresses of the clients are not in the Deny list. For details, see “Setting WLAN
MAC Filtering”.
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Login IP Address for the Management Page Is
Forgotten
1.
2.
Restore the default settings.
Enter the following default login IP address: 192.168.8.1.
WLAN Key Is Forgotten


Log in to the management page and obtain the current WLAN key. For details, see
“Setting the WLAN Key”.
Restore the default settings. Check the relevant label on the Mobile Broadband to
obtain the default WLAN key.
Multi-Network IP Address Conflict Occurs
When multiple types of Internet connections are used simultaneously on the client, such
as physical network adapter and Wi-Fi, inserting the Mobile Broadband into the client
may result in IP address conflict across multiple networks.
Solution: Disable other network devices or disconnect other Internet connections from
the client, and then restart Mobile Broadband.
All Website Addresses Entered in the Browser Are
Redirected to the Mobile Broadband 's Homepage
When the Mobile Broadband is inserted to a client where other network adapters exist,
all websites entered in the browser will be redirected to the Mobile Broadband 's
homepage.


Check whether the Mobile Broadband is accessing the Internet using dial-up
connection.
If yes, you do not need to address the problem, because in this case all website
addresses will be redirected to the Mobile Broadband 's homepage.
If not, remove the Mobile Broadband, or set up a dial-up connection.
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PPPoE Dialing or Connection Failure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Check that the network cable is properly connected.
Make sure that the Ethernet connection mode is correct (automatic mode is
recommended).
Make sure that the user name and password are correct (case sensitive), especially
differentiating between the letter o and the digit 0. Enter your user name and
password to perform the point-to-point protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) dialing test.
If the test fails, contact your Internet service provider (ISP) to check whether the user
name and password are correct.
Note that your ISP may have associated your network adapter or router's physical
address (MAC address) to the services provided by your ISP when configuring
broadband services for you. For details, see “MAC Address Clone”.
Check whether the Ethernet network is disconnected. For example, whether the
network cable is unplugged during Internet access. If yes, perform the dialup
procedure again in 5 to 10 minutes.
What Can I Do If the Network Connection Is
Frequently Interrupted?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check the network signal strength. If the signal is weak, move the Mobile
Broadband somewhere with better reception.
Visit other websites to check whether the issue lies within a particular site.
Close all other applications that require network connections.
Contact your Internet service provider if the problem persists.
What Can I Do If I Cannot Open Web Pages After a
Network Connection Is Set Up?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Re-set up a dial-up Internet connection.
Check that the computer is not infected with viruses.
Check that the APN user name and password in the profile management settings are
correct. For details, contact your Internet service provider.
Check that network connection has not been blocked by a firewall.
Restart your computer, and re-set up a dial-up Internet connection.
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What Can I Do If the Icons That Indicate No Signals
and No Service Are Displayed?
1.
2.
Check that the Mobile Broadband is in an area with good reception. For details,
contact your Internet service provider.
Check that you have subscribed to network services for your SIM, USIM, or UIM
card, and that there is no outstanding balance. For details, contact your Internet
service provider.
What Can I Do If the Network Access Rate Is Low?
1.
2.
Check that the Mobile Broadband is in an area with good reception. For details,
contact your Internet service provider.
Check the network standard used by the Mobile Broadband. The available network
access rate varies by the network standard. For details, contact your Internet service
provider.
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2G
second generation
3G
third generation
4G
4th generation
ALG
application-level gateway
APN
access point name
DDNS
Dynamic Domain Name Server
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DMZ
demilitarized zone in networks
DNS
Domain Name Server
EDGE
Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service
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GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications
HSDPA
High-Speed Downlink Packet Access
HSPA
High Speed Packet Access
HSUPA
High-Speed Uplink Packet Access
IMEI
international mobile equipment identity
IMSI
international mobile subscriber identity
IP
Internet Protocol
LAN
Local Area Network
LTE
Long Term Evolution
MAC
Media Access Control
MTU
Maximum Transmission Unit
PPPoE
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
PIN
personal identification number
PUK
PIN Unlock Key
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SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
SIM
subscriber identity module
SSID
service set identifier
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play
USSD
Unstructured Supplementary Services Data
WAN
wide area network
WCDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
WLAN
wireless local area network
Wi-Fi
Wireless Fidelity
WPS
Wi-Fi Protected Setup
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