SAGEM F@st 800 (RFC 1483)

SAGEM F@st 800 (RFC 1483)
TM
SAGEM F@st
(RFC 1483)
User Guide
288021413-03
November 2002 Issue
S
800
E closely follows all technological changes and is continually striving to improve its
products for the benefit of its customers. It therefore reserves the right to change its
documentation accordingly without notice.
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Contents
Pages
Contents
0-1 and 0-2
1. Introduction
1-1
1.1 Overview
1-3
1.2 System requirements
1-5
2. Connecting the SAGEM F@stTM 800
2.1 Connecting the modem
2.1.1 Connecting analog terminals
2-2
2-3
3. Installation in Microsoft Windows

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3.1 Installing the SAGEM F@st
800
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3.3 Status information for the SAGEM F@st 800 modem
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3.3.1 Checking installation of the SAGEM F@st 800
3.3.2 "Diagnostics" tools
3.3.3 "Diagnostics" icon
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800
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3-13
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3-14
3-15
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3-16
3-18
3-19
4. Installation in Mac OS 8.6 or Mac OS 9.x
4.1 Installing the SAGEM F@st
3-1
3-2
3.2 Connecting / Disconnecting to / from the Internet
3.2.1 Connecting to the Internet
3.2.1.1 In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
3.2.1.2 In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
3.2.2 Disconnecting from the Internet
3.2.2.1 In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
3.2.2.2 In bridged RFC mode (LLC or VCMUX)
3.4 Uninstalling the SAGEM F@st
2-1
800
4-1
4-2
4.2 Connecting to the Internet
4.2.1 In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
4.2.2 In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
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4.3 Status information for the SAGEM F@st 800 modem
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4.3.1 Checking installation of the SAGEM F@st 800
4.3.2 "Diagnostics" tools
4.3.2.1 "Operation" screen
4.3.2.2 "Statistics" screen
4.3.2.3 "Configuration" screen
4.3.3 Icon indicating the modem status
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4-6
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4-11
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4.4 Uninstalling the SAGEM F@st
800
5. Installation in Mac OS X
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5.1 Installing the SAGEM F@st
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5-2
5.2 Connecting to the Internet
5.2.1 In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
5.2.2 In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
5-4
5-4
5-5
5.3 Disconnecting from the Internet
5.3.1 In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
5.3.2 In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
5-7
5-7
5-8
5.4 "Diagnostics" tools
5-9
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5.5 Uninstalling the SAGEM F@st
800
A. Appendix A - SAGEM F@st™ 800 troubleshooting
A.1 Front panel LEDs
A.1.1 "ADSL" LED blinking
A.1.2 "ADSL" and "PWR" LEDs off
A.1.3 "ADSL" LED off and "PWR" LED on
A.1.4 "ADSL" LED on steady and "PWR" LED on
B. Appendix B - Safety instructions
B.1 Safety instructions
C. Appendix C - Technical Specifications
5-10
A-1
A-2
A-2
A-3
A-3
A-3
B-1
B-2
C-1
C.1 Equipment specifications
C-2
C.2 Software specifications
C-4
C.3 PC and Mac compatibility
C-4
D. Appendix D - Glossary
D-1
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1. Introduction
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This chapter: ! gives an overview of the SAGEM F@st
800 modem
! sets out the system requirements
§ 1.1
§ 1.2
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1 - Introduction
Notice
!
Warning icon, used in this guide
Information icon, used in this guide
Safety
instructions
Before making any connections, refer to the safety instructions in Appendix A
of this User Guide.
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1 - Introduction
1.1
Overview
The SAGEM F@st™ 800 is an ADSL modem used to browse the Internet with ease at speeds
of up to 8 Mbit/s. The modem's purpose is to transmit data between a terminal (PC or Mac)
connected by a USB interface and an Internet Access Provider (IAP), via an ADSL link.
The SAGEM F@st™ 800 supports the following encapsulations:
•
RFC 1483 bridged in VCMUX mode,
•
RFC 1483 bridged in LLC mode,
•
RFC 1483 routed in VCMUX mode,
•
RFC 1483 routed in LLC mode.
The modem has the advantage of being powered via the USB interface and therefore does not
needs a main power unit or a power cable.
The SAGEM F@st™ 800 has the following two interfaces:
! USB interface
! Remote network interface (ADSL)
Both interface ports are at the rear of the modem casing:
Type B
USB Connector
6-way RJ11
WAN Connector
There are two LEDs on the casing, the lefthand one labeled "ADSL" and the righthand one
"PWR" (see Appendix A - Troubleshooting, for interpreting the LEDs).
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1 - Introduction
Contents of
package
The package in which the SAGEM F@st™ 800 is supplied contains
! One SAGEM F@st™ 800 modem
! One Type A / Type B USB cable
! One RJ11/RJ11 line cable
! One CD-ROM
! Two or three microfilters (optional).
Note:
This is not an exhaustive list. The package may also contain safety instructions
and other documents.
The CD-ROM contains:
• the Windows and Macintosh drivers for the SAGEM F@st™ 800 modem.
• the SAGEM F@st™ 800 modem User Guide in pdf format.
• the Acrobat Reader™ software for reading pdf files.
Incomplete or
damaged
contents
If the package you receive is incomplete or contains damaged
items, contact the Internet Access Provider (IAP) supplying your
SAGEM F@st™ 800 modem
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1 - Introduction
1.2
System requirements
The SAGEM F@st™ 800 modem requires:
Telephone line
! Telephone line supporting ADSL transmission.
! Splitters compliant with ADSL standards (for use with a telephone
or fax type analog terminal).
! Subscription to an Internet Access Provider (for connection to the
Internet).
Computer with
The minimum configuration of your computer must be:
USB port
! For Windows XP
Pentium II, 400 MHz, 128 Mb RAM
! For Windows 2000
Pentium II, 266 MHz, 64 Mb RAM
! For Windows ME
Pentium II, 233 MHz, 64 Mb RAM
! For Windows 98FE
Pentium II, 166 MHz, 32 Mb RAM
! For Windows 98SE
Pentium II, 166 MHz, 32 Mb RAM
! For MacOS 8.6 - 9.x
Power PC G3, 233 MHz, 64 Mb RAM
! For MacOS X
Power PC G3, 233 MHz, 128 Mb RAM
Free space on your
computer
30 Mb
A WEB browser
Internet Access
Provider
To access the Internet, the Internet Access Provider (IAP) must
supply you:
! one user name
! one password
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2. Connecting the SAGEM F@st 800
TM
This chapter:
! describes how to connect the modem
§ 2.1
! describes how to connect analog terminals
§ 2.1.1
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2.1
Connecting the modem
!
CAUTION
Do not connect your modem to your computer with the USB cable before you have installed the
drivers from the CD-ROM.
Only use the "ADSL" line cable supplied with the SAGEM F@st™ 800 for the connection to the
remote network.
The 3 m line cable is terminated at both ends with RJ11 connectors.
The connections must be made in the following order:
1
Connect one end of the line cable to the telephone socket
2
Connect the other end of the line cable to the LINE connector on the modem
If using an input splitter or microfilters, their outputs must also be fitted with RJ11 connectors. If
not, contact your Operator for an adapter or a specific cable.
3
Connect the "flat" connector at one end of the USB cable to one of the type
A USB ports on the computer (or on the HUB if appropriate), marked with
the following symbol:
4
Connect the "square" connector at the other end of the USB cable to the USB connector
on the rear panel of the modem, when prompted by the driver installation software.
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2 - Connecting the SAGEM F@stTM 800
2.1.1
Connecting analog terminals
Splitters are required when using the SAGEM F@st™ 800 and analog terminals on the same
telephone line.
There are two types of configuration that use different splitters.
In most cases, your Operator will provide you with the information you need to choose between
the two options.
Configuration with input splitter
SAGEM F@stTM 800
Analog + ADSL
Signals
MEDIUM
SPLITTER
ADSL Line
Analog Signals
TELEPHONE
FAX
Your Operator will tell you how many analog terminals can be connected.
Configuration with distributed splitters (microfilters)
SAGEM F@stTM 800
ADSL Line
Microfilter
Analog
Signal
TELEPHONE
Microfilter
Analog
Signal
FAX
Microfilter
Analog
Signal
TELEPHONE
The configuration with microfilters requires one microfilter for each analog terminal.
Your Operator will tell you how many analog terminals can be connected.
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3. Installation in Microsoft Windows

This chapter:
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! describes how to install the SAGEM F@st
800
§ 3.1
! describes how to Connect/Disconnect to/from the Internet
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! describes the status information for the SAGEM F@st
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! describes how to uninstall the SAGEM F@st
800
800
§ 3.2
§ 3.3
§ 3.4
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The procedures for installing, checking installation and uninstalling described
below have been carried out arbitrarily using Windows
 XP. There may be slight
differences when installing in other Windows operating systems (98FE, 98SE, ME
and 2000).
3.1
Installing the SAGEM F@stTM 800
1
Insert the CD-ROM in the appropriate
drive on your computer; the screen
opposite appears.
Click "Install the modem".
Note: If this screen does not appear, from the Start menu, select Run, and then enter:
"<CD-ROM drive letter> :\autorun.exe (for example e:\autorun.exe)
then click OK.
2
The following screen appears.
From the proposed list, select your
preferred language and then click OK
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The following screen appears.
Click Next to continue
4
After the files have been copied to the
hard disk in your computer, the
following screen appears.
Connect the USB cable to the
TM
SAGEM F@st 800 modem via the
USB connector on the rear panel.
5
Windows then proceeds to install the various software components. Please wait until an
end-of-installation message appears or until Windows prompts you to restart your
computer.
Note: After connecting the modem, in Windows
 98 FE or SE, the operating system
may ask for the Windows installation CD-ROM. If so, insert this CD-ROM to continue
installation.
6
When installation is finished, the following
screen appears; click OK
Note: Depending on the configuration of the PC and of the installed operating system,
Windows may also prompt you to restart your computer. This restart operation is
necessary for your modem to operate correctly.
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You can now check the installation of your modem by following the instructions in
section 3.3.1.
Uninstallation
The Uninstallation procedure is described in section 3.4.
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3.2
Connecting / Disconnecting to / from the Internet
3.2.1
Connecting to the Internet
To connect to the Internet, you must configure your computer.
The Internet connection procedure differs according to the way your modem operates (routed
RFC 1483 or bridged RFC 1483). This information will be given to you by your Internet Service
Provider (ISP).
Your computer's configuration may differ slightly according to the operating system
installed (Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98FE or
Windows 98SE). These differences mainly concern the wording of the menus and
commands and the way the windows appear.
In Windows
 XP, for example, proceed as follows:
3.2.1.1
In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
The procedure described below is for configuring the IP and DNS parameters and
making the Internet connection permanent. This procedure will be required just once.
For subsequent connections, you will simply need to open your browser and connect
to the Internet.
1
Select Start, Control panel, Network
and Internet Connections, and the
following screen appears.
Click Network connections.
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The connection screen appears.
Right click on the Local Area
Connection x icon (representing the
USB ADSL LAN Adapter network
device) and select Properties.
3
The following screen appears.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
then click Properties.
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The following screen appears.
Select the Use the following IP
address: box.
Select the Use the following DNS
server addresses: box.
This window is for configuring the IP and DNS parameters of your computer, as supplied
by your operator or your Internet Service Provider (ISP). These parameters are as follows:
!
Your computer's IP address,
!
Subnetwork mask,
!
The default gateway's IP address,
!
The preferred DNS server's address,
!
The alternate DNS server's address (optional).
5
When the parameters have been entered, click OK.
You can now open your browser and access the Internet.
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3.2.1.2
In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
!
If your modem is operating in bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX), you
must use a PPPoE connection program (not supplied with the product) to
connect to the Internet.
Only Windows XP includes a native PPPoE communication stack. For the other
versions of Windows, you should contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) or
install on your computer one of the solutions available on the market (Enternet
300 or RasPPPoE, for example).
The Windows XP PPPoE layer is used to connect to the Internet.
The procedure is in two stages:
- Configuring Internet access (steps 1 to 9),
- Connection proper (steps 10 and 12).
1
Select Start, Control panel, Network
and Internet Connections, and the
following screen appears.
Click Network connections.
2
The connection screen appears.
Click "Create a new connection" in
the "Networks Tasks" area,
or select File / New connection in the
menu bar.
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The welcome screen appears.
Click Next.
4
The following screen appears.
Select "Connect to the Internet".
Then click Next.
5
The following screen appears.
Select "Set up my connection
manually".
Then click Next.
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The following screen appears.
Select "Connect using a bradband
connection that requires a user
name and password".
Then click Next.
7
The following screen appears.
Enter a connection name
(Internet ADSL for example).
Then click Next.
8
The following screen appears.
Enter your "User name".
Enter your "Password" and confirm.
Note: This data will be given to you by
your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Then click Next.
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The following screen appears.
Check the box if you want to create an
Internet ADSL shortcut on your
desktop.
Then click Finish.
When connecting for the first time, you must follow the procedure described above.
For subsequent connections, you will simply need to follow steps 10 to 12 below to
set up your Internet connection.
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10
The following screen appears.
Then click
.
11
If you checked the appropriate box, the
desktop.
12
icon will have been created on the
Open your browser and access the Internet.
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3.2.2
Disconnecting from the Internet
In Windows
 XP, for example, proceed as follows:
3.2.2.1
In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
In routed RFC 1483 mode, your Internet connection is permanent. You do not need to
disconnect. You can, however, disconnect by proceeding as follows:
1
Select Start, Control panel, Network
and Internet Connections and the
following screen appears.
Click Network Connections.
2
The connection screen appears.
Right click on the Local Area
Connection x icon (representing the
USB ADSL LAN Adapter network
device) and select Disable.
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Or select Statut; the following screen
appears.
Click the
3.2.2.2
button.
In bridged RFC mode (LLC or VCMUX)
Select Start, Connections /
Internet ADSL
or double click the
created it on the desktop.
icon if you
The following screen appears.
Click the
button.
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3.3
Status information for the SAGEM F@stTM 800 modem
Checking installation of the SAGEM F@stTM 800
3.3.1
1
From the Start menu, select Control
Panel, and then double-click System;
the System Properties window
appears.
2
Select the Hardware tab, and then
click the Device Manager... button in
the Device Manager area..
3
The Device Manager screen
appears.
Click the PLUS (+) symbol beside the
"Network adapters" folder to reveal
the list of installed network adapters.
4
Check that the USB ADSL LAN
Adapter is present.
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3.3.2
"Diagnostics" tools
This application lets you monitor the status of the ADSL line.
1
After having installed the modem and
connected it to the PC using its USB cable, the
diagnostics icon shown opposite (framed)
appears toward the right end of the task bar at
the bottom of your desktop.
Double-click the Diagnostics icon.
Note:
If the Diagnostics icon does not appear in the task bar, from the Start menu
TM
select: Programs / SAGEM F@st 800 / Diagnostics.
This tool is run automatically when Windows is started.
The color of the icon indicates the current status of the modem (see section 3.3.3)
2
The following SAGEM F@st800
diagnostics screen appears.
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The meanings of the various fields are explained in the table below.
Field
Description
DSL status
Line Rate
Not detected
The computer has not detected the
presence of the modem on one of its
dedicated USB ports
Non synchronized
ADSL link not synchronized. A
connection to the Internet cannot be set
up
Synchronizing
The computer has detected the
presence of the modem on one of its
dedicated USB ports and ADSL
synchronization is in progress
Operational
ADSL link synchronized. A connection
to the Internet can be set up
Upstream or outgoing rate (data sent to the Internet) negotiated by the
ADSL link (in kbit/s)
Transmit
Data Rate
User's instantaneous transmit rate (in kbit/s)
Line Rate
Downstream or incoming rate (data received from the Internet)
negotiated by the ADSL link (in kbit/s)
Receive
Data Rate
User's instantaneous receive rate (in kbit/s)
Version information
Using the right mouse button, click the
diagnostics icon or the title bar of the
diagnostics screen, and then select
"About...". The information screen
opposite appears.
SAGEM F@st800 vx.y.z
Product version (v1.1.1 for example)
Field
Description
GUI Version
Displays the diagnostics application version
Hardware
Displays the chipset version
Driver
Displays the modem driver version
Firmware
Displays the version of the code in the modem
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3.3.3
"Diagnostics" icon
This icon appears automatically when Windows is started, toward the right in the
task bar at the bottom of your desktop
The table below summarizes the modem status information as indicated by the different
diagnostic icons:
Icon
Meaning (Modem status)
Not detected
Not synchronized
Synchronizing
Operational
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3.4
Uninstalling the SAGEM F@stTM 800
1
Using the left mouse button, click the
Start menu in the task bar.
Select All programs (Programs in
Windows 98FE, 98SE, ME and
2000), SAGEM F@st800,
then Uninstall F@st800
2
The following screen appears. From
the proposed list, select your
preferred language and then click OK
3
The following screen appears.
Click OK
4
The following screen appears.
Disconnect your modem if necessary
and then click OK.
Uninstallation is finished.
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4. Installation in Mac OS 8.6 or Mac OS 9.x
This chapter:
TM
! describes how to install the SAGEM F@st
800
§ 4.1
! describes how to Connect to the Internet
§ 4.2
TM
! describes the status information for the SAGEM F@st
TM
! describes how to uninstall the SAGEM F@st
800
800
§ 4.3
§ 4.4
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TM
Note: The SAGEM F@st
800 can be installed in the following operation systems:
- MacOS 8.6,
- MacOS 9.x,
- MacOS X (10.1 and 10.2).
This chapter covers installation in the MacOS 8.6 or MacOS 9.x operation systems
only.
The procedures for installing, Connecting / Disconnecting, checking installation
and uninstalling described below have been carried out arbitrarily in MacOS 9.2.
4.1
Installing the SAGEM F@stTM 800
1
Insert the CD-ROM in the appropriate drive on your computer; an icon appears in the
desktop.
Double-click this icon to show the content of the CD-ROM.
2
Double-click in the Mac OS 8.6 - 9.x directory, and then double-click the file install to run
the installing program.
3
The following installation screen
appears.
Click
4
The icon opposite appears.
Connect the USB cable to the
TM
SAGEM F@st 800 modem via the
USB connector on the rear panel.
Click
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The installation is finished.
appears.
Click
The screen proposing that your computer is restarted
.
6
A triangular icon indicating the modem status is created in the control strip.
7
At the end of the installation process,
the diagnostics tool icon is created on
the desktop
8
You can now check the installation of your modem by following the instructions in
section 4.3.1.
Uninstallation
The Uninstallation procedure is described in section 4.4.
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4.2
Connecting to the Internet
The Internet connection procedure differs according to the way your modem operates (routed
RFC 1483 or bridged RFC 1483). You can check this via the "Configuration" tab of the
diagnostics application (see section 4.3.2.3).
4.2.1
In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
1
In the menu bar, select Apple /
Control Panels / TCP/IP; the
following screen appears.
Note: The "Connect via:" and "Configure:" fields should respectively contain ADSL USB
Modem xxx and Manually.
If not, to modify these fields that are greyed out (not modifiable), proceed as follows:
- In the menu bar, select Apple / Control Panels / Modem; a window appears and the menu
bar is modified.
- In the new menu bar, select File / Configuration and a window appears.
- In the drop-down list, select "By default" then click the "Select" button.
This window is for configuring the IP and DNS parameters of your computer supplied by
your Internet Service Provider (ISP). These parameters are as follows:
!
Your computer's IP address,
!
The subnetwork mask,
!
The router's IP address (default gateway),
!
The preferred DNS server's address,
!
The alternate DNS server's address (optional).
2
When entered, a window appears prompting you to save your input. Click Save to register
these parameters and save them on your computer.
3
You can now open your browser and access the Internet.
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4.2.2
In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
To connect to the Internet, you must first install a PPPoE connection program.
!
This software is not supplied with the product; please contact your Internet
Service Provider (ISP).
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4.3
Status information for the SAGEM F@stTM 800 modem
Checking installation of the SAGEM F@stTM 800
4.3.1
1
In the menu bar, select Apple /
Control Panels / Modem, and the
following screen appears.
The "Connection via" field should
contain:
ADSL USB Modem
In the Setup area, the "Modem" field
should contain the name of your
modem:
ADSL USB Modem
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4.3.2
"Diagnostics" tools
This application lets you monitor the status of the ADSL line and configure the
TM
SAGEM F@st 800 modem. This application is present on all Operation Systems
listed at § 1.2 - System requirements.
1
After having installed the modem and
connected it to the Macintosh using its USB
cable, the diagnostics icon appears on your
desktop.
Double-click the diagnostics tool icon,
or
Click the triangular icon in the control strip.
2
The diagnostics screen appears.
This screen has three tabs:
Operation
Statistics
Configuration.
In each of the tabbed screens, the bottom right corner has a square icon, the
background color of which indicates the status of the modem (see section Erreur!
Source du renvoi introuvable.).
In each of the tabbed screens, toward the bottom
center, there is a
button. When you make the change, this button becomes
"active". Click this button to register the changes; a window prompting you to restart
appears. Click OK, then restart your computer.
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4.3.2.1
"Operation" screen
"ADSL status" area
Field
Description
Modem status
Line type
Modem is unplugged from USB
The computer has not detected
the presence of the modem on
one of its dedicated USB ports
The modem is waiting for the driver to
respond
ADSL link not synchronized. A
connection to the Internet
cannot be set up
ADSL synchronization in progress
The computer has detected the
presence of the modem on one
of its dedicated USB ports and
ADSL synchronization is in
progress
The modem is operational
ADSL link synchronized. A
connection to the Internet can
be set up
G.DMT
G.LITE
ANSI T1.413
Click this button to reset the modem.
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"ADSL performance" area
Field
Description
Line Rate
Upstream or outgoing rate (data sent to the Internet) negotiated by
the ADSL link (in kbit/s)
Transmit
Data Rate
User's instantaneous transmit rate (in kbit/s)
Line Rate
Downstream or incoming rate (data coming from the Internet)
negotiated by the ADSL link (in kbit/s)
Receive
Data Rate
User's instantaneous receive rate (in kbit/s)
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"Statistics" screen
"ADSL" area
Field
Description
Tx Rate
Indicates the upstream or outgoing rate (data sent to the Internet)
negotiated by the ADSL link (in kbit/s)
FEC
Indicates the number of FEC errors since the connection was set up
VID - CPE
Indicates the VID (identifier) of the ADSL equipment at the network
operator end (ATU-C)
Rx Rate
Indicates the downstream or incoming rate (data coming from the
Internet) negotiated by the ADSL link (in kbit/s)
Margin
Indicates the current margin (in dB)
VID - CO
Indicates the VID of the ADSL equipment at the subscriber end
(ATU-R)
CRC
Indicates the number of CRC errors since the start of transmission
Attenuation
Indicates the current attenuation (in dB)
This button updates all these counter statistics
"ATM" area
Field
Description
Cells Rx
Indicates the number of cells received since the connection was set up
VPI
Indicates the VPI used in the ATM cell header
Cells Tx
Indicates the number of cells transmitted since the connection was set
up
VCI
Indicates the VCI used in the ATM cell header
HEC
Indicates the number of HEC errors since the connection was set up
Delineation
Indicates the ATM Delineation status (good or bad)
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"Packets" area
Field
Description
Packets Rx
Indicates the number of AAL5 packets received since the connection
was set up
Packets Tx
Indicates the number of AAL5 packets transmitted since the
connection was set up
Lost
Indicates the number of AAL5 lost since the connection was set up
4.3.2.3
"Configuration" screen
"Configuration" area
Field
Description
ATM Channel VTI
Displays the value 8 by default. This field can be used to enter a
VPI value between 0 and 255
ATM Channel VCI
Displays the value 35 by default. This field can be used to enter a
VCI value between 0 and 65535
Encapsulation Type
PPPoA LLC
PPPoA VCMUX
(Default value)
PPPoE LLC
PPPoE VCMUX
ADSL Standard
ANSI TI.413
G.DMT
G.LITE
Multi Standard
(Default value)
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"Version information" area
Version Information (Vx.y.z)
Product version (V1.0.7, for example)
Field
4.3.3
Description
Driver
Displays the modem driver version
SAGEM Monitor
Displays the diagnostics application version
Firmware
Displays the version of the code in the modem
Hardware
Displays the chipset version
Icon indicating the modem status
This icon is present on all Operation Systems listed at § 1.2 - System requirements.
The table below summarizes the modem status information as indicated by the background
color of the icon.
Icon on
"SAGEM Monitor"
screen
Icon
in the control strip
Meaning (Modem status)
Modem is unplugged from USB
The modem is waiting for the driver to
respond
ADSL synchronization in progress
The modem is operational
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4.4
Uninstalling the SAGEM F@stTM 800
1
Insert the CD-ROM in the appropriate drive on your computer ; an icon appears in the
desktop.
Double-click this icon to show the content of the CD-ROM.
2
Double-click in the Mac OS 8.6 - 9.x directory, and then double-click the file install to run
the Install / Uninstall program.
3
The following screen appears.
At top left, select Uninstall from the
list
,
and then at bottom right click
.
4
The following screen appears.
.
Click
5
When the software has been
uninstalled, you are prompted to
restart your computer.
Click
6
.
Uninstallation was successful.
Click
.
You can now restart your computer.
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5. Installation in Mac OS X
This chapter:
TM
! describes how to install the SAGEM F@st
800
§ 5.1
! describes how to connect to the Internet
§ 5.2
! describes how to disconnect from the Internet
§ 5.3
! describes the "Diagnostics" tools
§ 5.4
TM
! describes how to uninstall the SAGEM F@st
800
§ 5.5
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TM
Note: The SAGEM F@st
800 can be installed in the following operating systems:
- MacOS 8.6,
- MacOS 9.x,
- MacOS X (10.1 and 10.2).
This chapter covers installation in the MacOS X (10.1 or 10.2) operating system only.
The procedures for installing, Connecting/Disconnecting, checking installation
and uninstalling described below have been carried out arbitrarily in MacOS 10.2.
The minor differences between this and MacOS 10.1 will be pointed out in comments.
5.1
Installing the SAGEM F@stTM 800
1
Insert the CD-ROM in the appropriate drive on your computer; an icon appears in the
desktop.
Double-click this icon to show the content of the CD-ROM.
2
Double-click in the Mac OS X directory, and then double-click the install file to run the
installation program.
3
The installation screen opposite
appears.
Enter your name and "User" password
or a phrase and click
.
Note: You must have "Administrator" rights to install the modem.
4
The screen opposite appears.
Click
installation
to continue
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5
The installation software then displays
a message indicating that a restart of
your computer is necessary to install
the modem.
Click
installation.
6
to start
When the files have been copied to
the hard disk, the screen opposite
appears.
Connect the USB cable to the
TM
SAGEM F@st 800 modem using
the rear connector marked USB, and
.
then click
7
The installation is finished. The
screen prompting you to restart your
computer appears.
Click
8
.
At the end of the installation process,
the diagnostics tool icon is created on
the desktop
Uninstallation
The Uninstallation procedure is described in section 5.5.
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5.2
Connecting to the Internet
To connect to the Internet, you must configure your computer.
The Internet connection procedure differs according to the way your modem operates (routed
RFC 1483 or bridged RFC 1483). This information will be given to you by your Internet Service
Provider (ISP).
5.2.1
In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
The procedure described below is for configuring the IP and DNS parameters and for
making the Internet connection permanent. This procedure is required only once.
For subsequent connections, you will simply open your browser and connect to the
Internet.
1
Click the
(Apple) menu in the
menu bar, select "System
Preferences", and click the
"Network" icon.
The screen opposite appears.
The Location : field should contain
ADSL USB Routed IP
The Show : field should contain
"Ethernet Adaptator (en x)", in which
"x" is a number assigned by the
operating system.
Select the TCP/IP tab.
In the corresponding panel, the
Configure : field should contain
Manually
This tab is for configuring the IP and DNS parameters of your computer, as supplied by
your Internet Service Provider (ISP). These parameters are as follows:
!
Your computer's IP address,
!
The subnetwork mask,
!
The router's IP address (default gateway),
!
The preferred DNS server's address,
!
The alternate DNS server's address (optional).
2
When these parameters have been entered, a window appears prompting you to save
your input. Click
computer.
3
to register these parameters and save them on your
You can now open your browser and access the Internet.
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5.2.2
In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
The PPPoE mode is native to Mac OS X.
!
To connect to the Internet, you must configure the PPPoE tab.
This procedure is in two phases:
- Configuring access to the Internet (steps 1 to 6),
- Connecting to the Internet proper (steps 7 and 8).
1
Click the
(Apple) menu in the
menu bar, select "System
Preferences", and click the
"Network" icon.
The screen opposite appears.
The Location: field must dispay
ADSL USB Bridged Ehernet
2
Select the PPPoE tab; the appropriate
panel appears.
3
In the Name field, enter your "User
name"
4
Enter your "Password"
Note: Your "Account name" and
"Password" are delivered to you by
your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
5
If you wish,
Check the "Save password" box for
subsequent users,
Check the "show PPPoE status in
menu bar" box (advisable).
6
Click
take effect.
for your entries to
When connecting for the first time, you must follow the procedure above. For
subsequent connections, simply set up the Internet connection by following steps 7
and 8 below.
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7
On the desktop, double-click the icon
representing your Mac OS X hard
disk. Open the Applications folder,
and double-click the Internet Connect
icon:
The screen opposite appears.
Check that the information in the
"Configuration", "Name" and
"Password" fields is correct.
Click
connection.
to set up the
Note: If the connection is not set up,
an incorrect name or password may
be the cause. In this case, click
to correct the error.
8
Open your browser and access the Internet.
If you have checked the "Show PPPoE status in menu bar" box (see step 5), you can
also do the following:
Click the connection icon
in the menu bar.
Select Connect.
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5.3
5.3.1
Disconnecting from the Internet
In routed RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
The connection is permanent, so there is no need for you to disconnect.
!
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5.3.2
In bridged RFC 1483 mode (LLC or VCMUX)
1
On the desktop, double-click the icon
representing your Mac OS X hard
disk. Open the Applications folder
and then double-click the Internet
Connect icon:
The screen opposite appears.
button to
Click the
disconnect the modem
Note: To show that the procedure has been successful, this screen should show the "Idle"
status and the Connect button.
If you have checked the "Show PPPoE status in menu bar" box (see step 5), you can
also do the following:
Click the connect icon
in the menu bar.
Select Disconnect
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5.4
"Diagnostics" tools
This application lets you monitor the status of the ADSL line and configure the
TM
SAGEM F@st 800. This application is present on all the operating systems listed in
section 1.2 - System requirements.
The "ADSL Monitor" diagnostic tool was added to the "Application" directory on your hard disk
when the modem drivers were installed. You can access it directly by double-clicking the "ADSL
Monitor" shortcut created on your desktop.
The functionalities of this tool are the same as described in section 4.3.2 for MacOS 8.6 and
MacOS 9.x.
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5.5
Uninstalling the SAGEM F@stTM 800
1
Insert the CD-ROM in the appropriate drive on your computer; an icon appears in the
desktop.
Double-click this icon to show the content of the CD-ROM.
2
Double-click in the Mac OS X directory, and then double-click the install file to run the
Install / Uninstall program.
3
The Authenticate screen opposite
appears.
Enter your name and "User" password
or a phrase and then click
.
Note: You must have "Administrator" rights to uninstall the modem.
4
The screen opposite appears.
At top left, select Uninstall from the
list
.
Then at bottom right, click
.
5
This screen tells you that any
applications you are running will be
automatically closed on uninstalling.
Click
.
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6
When the software has been
uninstalled, you are prompted to
restart your computer.
Click
7
.
Uninstallation is complete.
Click
You can now restart your computer.
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A. Appendix A - SAGEM F@st™ 800 troubleshooting
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Appendix A - SAGEM F@st™ 800 troubleshooting
This appendix is intended to help the user resolve the various fault conditions that may be
encountered when installing or using the SAGEM F@st 800. The LEDs on the front of the
modem are provided for this purpose.
A.1
Front panel LEDs
The front panel of the SAGEM F@st 800 modem has two supervision LEDs:
A.1.1
Marking
ADSL
PWR
Assignment
Presence of WAN access
Presence of power + USB
Color
Green
Green
Continuously
on
ADSL connection set up
SAGEM F@st 800 powered
up
Off
ADSL connection not set up
SAGEM F@st 800 not
powered up or not detected
on the USB bus of your
computer (see section A.1.2)
Flashing
ADSL connection being set up
(see section A.1.1)
_
"ADSL" LED blinking
This indicates that the SAGEM F@st™ 800 is attempting to connect to the remote connection
DSLAM. The indicator remains in this state while the modem is not connected to an active
ADSL line.
ADSL connection takes less than a minute after connection to the ADSL line.
! If, after the connection time, the LED is still flashing:
• Check that the SAGEM F@st™ 800 is connected correctly to the ADSL line (either directly
or via a splitter or microfilter).
• Check that the miniature RJ11 connector pins are not dirty or damaged.
• Check with your Internet Access Provider (IAP) that ADSL mode is definitely activated on
the telephone line that you want to use.
• Disconnect and then reconnect the USB cable.
• Restart your computer (PC or Mac).
• Check with your Internet Access Provider (IAP) that the ADSL link provided on this line is
compliant with one of the three transmission standards supported by the
SAGEM F@st™ 800:
- ANSI T1.413 Issue 2,
- G.992.1 (G.dmt),
- G.992.2 (G.lite).
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A.1.2
"ADSL" and "PWR" LEDs off
! Check that the USB cable is connected correctly to your computer (or to a HUB).
! Check that the drivers are correctly installed (refer to the modem status in Windows (see
section 3.3) or in Mac (see section 4.3)).
Note:
If your computer is connected to a HUB, disconnect all connected devices to
isolate your modem.
If no further clue emerges enabling you to solve the problem:
! Reinstall the modem in Windows (see section 3.1) or in Mac (see section 4.1).
A.1.3
"ADSL" LED off and "PWR" LED on
!
Check that the line cable is connected correctly to your modem and to the telephone line.
!
Check with your Internet Access Provider (IAP) that the ADSL service is definitely enabled
on your telephone line.
A.1.4
"ADSL" LED on steady and "PWR" LED on
The modem is synchronized but the PPP link with your Internet Access Provider (IAP) is not set
up. Check:
- that the PPP "user name" and "password" are those given to you by your Internet Access
Provider (IAP).
- that the VPI/VCI parameters and encapsulation mode are similar to those of your Internet
Access Provider (IAP) (see Appendix D - default configuration). If not, contact your Internet
Access Provider (IAP).
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B. Appendix B
Safety instructions
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Appendix B - Safety instructions
B.1
Safety instructions
!
READ THE FOLLOWING
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
Environment
! The SAGEM F@st™ 800 must be installed and used inside a
building (for desktop use).
! The ambient temperature must not exceed 45°C.
! The SAGEM F@st™ 800 must not be exposed to strong sunlight or
to a strong heat source.
! The SAGEM F@st™ 800 must not be placed in an environment
subject to significant steam condensation.
! The SAGEM F@st™ 800 must not be exposed to water splashes.
! The SAGEM F@st™ 800 must not be covered.
Maintenance
! Do not open the casing. This action is reserved only for qualified
personnel and only when approved by your operator.
! Cleaning: Do not use liquid or aerosol-based cleaning agents.
Power source
The modem is powered via the USB port on your PC. Check that the
USB cable supplied with the hardware is not damaged (cable and
plugs).
Safety levels
USB port
SELV
LINE port
TNV-3
1
2
Products bearing this symbol are compliant with EMC regulations and
with the Low Voltage Directive published by the Commission of the
European Communities (CEC).
CE declaration of
conformity
E declares that the SAGEM F@st 800 product is compliant
with the requirements of European directives 1995/5/CE and with the
main requirements of directives 89/336/CEE dated 03/05/1989 and
73/23/CEE dated 19/02/1973.
TM
TM
The CE declaration of conformity for the SAGEM F@st
in the context of the R&TTE directive.
1
2
800 is made
Safety Extra Low Voltage circuit
Telecommunication Network Voltage level 3 circuit
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C. Appendix C
Technical Specifications
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Appendix C - Technical Specifications
C.1
Equipment specifications
Mechanical
Dimensions
Weight
Width
85 mm
Depth
105 mm
Thickness
32 mm
90 g
USB interface
Bit rate
< 12 Mbit/s
Standard
USB 1.1
Data
Asynchronous
Transmission mode
Bidirectional
Power consumption
< 2.5 W
Connector
USB - Type B socket
ADSL interface
Transmission code
DMT
Standards supported
T1.413 Issue 2
G.992.1 (G.DMT)
G.992.2 (G.Lite)
G.Handshake (Multimode)
Maximum upstream rate
896 kbit/s
Maximum downstream rate
8160 kbit/s
Latency
Simple latency (fast or Interleaved)
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Appendix C - Technical Specifications
Environmental specifications
Storage
Standard
ETS 300 019-1-1, class T1.2
Temperature
-25°C to +55°C
Relative humidity
10 to 100%
Transport
Standard
ETS 300 019-1-2, class T2.3
Temperature
-40°C to +70°C
Relative humidity
10 to 100%
Operation
Standard
ETS 300 019-1-3, class T3.2
Temperature
-5°C to +45°C
Relative humidity
5 to 85%
Pressure
84 hPa to 106 hPa (880 to 1060 mbar)
Solar radiation
700 W/m²
Mechanical environment
Standard
ETS 300 019-1
Storage
Class T1.2
Transport
Class T2.3
Operation
Class T3.2
Physical/chemical environment
Standard
ETS 300 019-1
Storage
Class T1.2
Transport
Class T2.3
Operation
Class T3.2
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Appendix C - Technical Specifications
C.2
Software specifications
ATM
Signaling
PVC
Adaptation layer
AAL5
Number of VCs
1
OAM management
OAM F4 and F5
Quality of service
UBR
Encapsulation protocols
C.3
RFC 1483 Routed
VCMUX or LLC
RFC 1483 Bridged
VCMUX or LLC
PC and Mac compatibility
PC
Windows 98 FE
Windows 98 SE
Windows 2000
Windows Millénium
Windows XP
Mac
OS 8.6
OS 9.04, OS 9.1, OS 9.2
OS X (10.1 & 10.2)
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D. Appendix D
Glossary
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Appendix D - Glossary
Glossary
AAL5
ATM Adaptation Layer type 5
ADSL
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. Telephone line with asymmetric
rates (upstream rate: 32 to 896 kbit/s; downstream rate: 32 to
8160 kbit/s)
ARP
Address Resolution Protocol. Protocol used to determine an IP
address from a Ethernet address
ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ATU-C
ADSL Termination Unit Central office end. This refers to ADSL
equipment at the switching center end (of the network operator)
ATU-R
ADSL Termination Unit Remote terminal end. This refers to ADSL
equipment (modem + splitter) installed at the subscriber's premises
CO
Central Office
CPE
Customer Premises Equipment (Terminal)
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check: Error detection method
DMT
Discrete Multi Tone: Transmission method using 256 carriers
DSLAM
Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
FEC
Forward Error Correction
HEC
ATM cell Header Error Control
ID
IDentifier
LAN
Local Area Network
LLC
Logical Link Control (Encapsulation without header)
MAC
Medium Address Control
OAM
Operation, Administration and Maintenance
PPP
Point to Point Protocol
PPPoA
PPP over ATM
PPPoE
PPP over Ethernet
RARP
Reverse Address Resolution Protocol. Protocol used to determine the
physical address of a machine from its IP address
RFC
Request For Comments
RJ11
Standard 6-way miniature connector
RJ45
Standard 8-way miniature connector
UBR
Unspecified Bit Rate. Widely used service class
USB
Universal Serial Bus. This Bus supports a nominal bit rate of up to
12 Mbit/s
VC
Virtual Channel
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Appendix D - Glossary
VCI
Virtual Channel Identifier
VCMUX
Encapsulation (without header)
VID
Vendor ID
VP
Virtual Path
VPI
Virtual Path Identifier
WAN
Wide Area Network
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