Operating instructions SAGEM F@ST 1240

Operating instructions SAGEM F@ST 1240
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Pages Warning Symbol conventions used in this manual E 2002/96/CE DIRECTIVE Contents List of figures 0-1 0-2 to 0-3 0-4 1. Introduction 1.
1 Introduction 1.2 Composition of the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 package 1.3 Prerequisites 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 2. Description and Installation of your modem/router
2.1 Description 2.
1.1 LEDs 2.1.2 Ports 2.2 Installing the modem/router 2.
2.1 Powering up 2.2.2 Connecting the ADSL lead to the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 2.2.3 Connecting the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 to a computer via the ETH lead
2.2.4 Connecting the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 to a computer via the USB lead 2.3 Installation instructions 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-6 2-6 2-6 2-7 3. Installing
your modem/router 3.
1 Installing and configuring your modem/router on your computer's network card (Ethernet) 3.1.1 In Windows 3.1.2 In Mac OSX 3.2 Installing and
configuring your modem/router on your computer's USB port 3.2.1 In Windows 3.2.2 In Mac OSX 3.
3 Installing and configuring an additional computer 3-1 3-3 3-3 3-8 3-10 3-10 3-14 3-15 4. Information 4-1 SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide 252417101-01 Page 0-2 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited 5. Configuration 5.1 Launching the configurator 5.
1.1 In Windows 5.1.2 In Mac OS X 5.2 Recommendations 5.
3Configuring your modem/router 5.3.1 In Windows 5.3.2 In Mac OSX 5-1 5-2 5-2 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-18 A. Appendix A - Troubleshooting A.1 Checking the
assignment of an IP address A.1.1 In Windows A.1.
2 In Mac (MacOS X for example) A.2 Interpreting LEDs A.3 Operation alarms A.3.1 "LINE" LED blinking A.3.2 All LEDs off A.3.3 All LEDs blinking
simultaneously A.4 Loss of modem/router IP address A.
5 Restoring the factory-set configuration A-1 A-2 A-2 A-2 A-3 A-3 A-4 A-5 A-5 A-5 A-6 B. Appendix B - Safety warnings B.1 Safety warnings B.1.1 Safety
levels on the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 unit B.
2 CE declaration of conformity B-1 B-2 B-2 B-3 C. Appendix C - Technical specifications C.1 Mechanical specifications - Displays C.2 Interface
specifications C.3 Environmental specifications C.
4 Software and protocols C-1 C-2 C-3 C-5 C-6 SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and
disclosure prohibited Page 0-3 D. Appendix D - Default configuration D.1 Default configuration on the local area network (LAN) side D-1 D-2 E. Appendix E
- Glossary F. Appendix F - Connectors F.1 "PWR" connector pinout F.2 "USB" connector pinout F.3 "ETH" connector pinout F.4 "LINE" connector pinout
E-1 F-1 F-2 F-2 F-3 F-3 List of figures Figure 2.
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Reproduction and disclosure prohibited 1. Introduction This chapter covers an overview of the SAGEM F@st the composition of the supply the IT
requirements TM 1200 § 1.1 § 1.2 § 1.3 SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure
prohibited Page 1-1 1 - Introduction 1.1 Introduction The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is an IP modem/router with high speed ADSL interface enabling different
users to share an ADSL connection in SOHO (Small Office, Home Office) residential usage mode. This modem/router provides Internet access for computers
equipped with a USB port and/or an Ethernet port. Main features and functions: High performance, secured bridge/router with ADSL interface, ADSL /
ADSL2 / ADSL2+ interface, Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T, USB1.1 slave user access, WAN protocols: PPP over ATM (PPPoA), PPPoE, IPoA, Bridge over ATM,
IP services: DNS relay, DHCP server, NAT/PAT address translator, IP filtering, Configuration by Java application supported by the client, Support of ATM
service grades (CBR, VBRt, VBR, UBR), Management of four ATM VCCs, Statistics and error messages, Supervisory LEDs.
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Composition of the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 package The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is supplied in a package containing: One SAGEM F@stTM 1200
modem/router, One mains adapter, One RJ11/RJ11 FDT ADSL line lead (length = 3 m), One RJ45/RJ45 FDT Ethernet lead (length = 3 m), One Type A male
/ Type B male USB lead (length = 1.5 m), One ADSL/PSTN splitter (according to model), optional, One installation CD-ROM, One quick startup guide.
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Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 1-3 1 - Introduction The CD-ROM contains: the software for installing the Ethernet (ETH) and USB interfaces.
the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide in pdf file format. the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 CE declaration. Incomplete or damaged supply. If, on receipt, the
equipment is damaged or incomplete, contact your SAGEM F@stTM 1200 supplier.
1.3 Prerequisites To use the SAGEM F@stTM 1200, you need the following: one or more service provider subscriptions. a computer with: · · · · · · a TCP / IP
protocol stack, a type A USB interface. or an Ethernet 10BASE-T or 10/100BASE-T interface, Windows: 98 2 Edition, ME, 2000 and XP MAC OS X Linux
Redhat 9.1 and Fedora Core3, Mandrake 10.1, Suse 9.2 nd Operating systems supported: Minimum computer configuration: for Windows: Pentium II, 400
MHz, RAM: 128 Mb, for MacOS: Power PC G3, 233 MHz, RAM: 128 Mb, 30 Mb free on your hard disk, a monitor with minimum resolution: 1024 x 768.
Before installing the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 modem/router, we would advise you to uninstall any other modem or router. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide
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Description and Installation of your modem/router This chapter covers a description of your SAGEM F@st installation of your SAGEM F@st installation
instructions TM TM 1200 § 2.
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- Description 2.1 Description The SAGEM F@st 1200 modem/router takes the form of a box designed for use on a desktop or for wall mounting. The unit has
a front panel with four supervisory LEDs and a rear panel with connection ports, an on/off switch and a reset button. TM Figure 2.1 - Overview of the unit
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1.1 LEDs The various LEDs in the figure above are described in the table below: LED PWR USB Meaning Power supply presence This LED is lit when power
supply is present. Activation / Activity on the USB link This LED is lit when the USB interface is active. This LED is off when no traffic is detected. ETH
Ethernet link This LED is lit when the ETH interface is active.
This LED blinks in pace in with the traffic. This LED is off if no traffic is detected. LINE ADSL line activation This LED blinks slowly when the ADSL line is
being synchronized, This LED is lit when the ADSL line is synchronized. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Sagem Communication
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1.2 Ports Marking LINE PWR O/I RST Meaning 6-way RJ11 socket for connection to an ADSL line (WAN interface). This miniature coaxial jack socket is for
powering the modem via the mains adapter unit. On / Off switch. This button is recessed inside the unit to avoid accidental loss of configuration. It is used to
restore the modem/router's factory-set configuration (see section A.5). USB ETH Type B "Slave" USB female socket for connection to a computer (USB
interface). 8-way RJ45 socket for connection either to a terminal or to a local area network (Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T LAN interface). SAGEM F@stTM 1200
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Powering up First connect the end of the mains adapter lead (adapter supplied with the equipment) to the PWR socket on your SAGEM F@stTM 1200,
Connect the adapter to a nearby mains outlet, Set the "I/0" switch to the "I" position, The PWR LED lights first followed by the other three LEDs, then the
other three LEDs switch off in turn. 2.2.2 Connecting the ADSL lead to the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 Connect one end of the RJ11/RJ11 lead supplied to the
LINE socket on your SAGEM F@stTM 1200. Connect the other end of the lead to the port marked ADSL on the splitter connected to your home's standard
French wall telephone outlet (T connector).
2.2.3 Connecting the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 to a computer via the ETH lead This connection is set up on installation with the dedicated CD-ROM. 2.2.
4 Connecting the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 to a computer via the USB lead This connection is set up on installation with the dedicated CD-ROM. SAGEM
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Installation instructions Environment The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 must be installed and used inside a building. The room temperature must not exceed 45°C.
The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 should not be exposed to strong sunlight or to strong sources of heat. The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 should not be placed in an
environment subject to significant steam condensation. The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 should not be exposed to splashed water. The SAGEM F@stTM 1200
casing must not be covered. Power source Use a readily accessible mains outlet, near to the equipment. The power supply lead is 2 m long. Arrange the
power lead so as to avoid any accidental disconnection of the modem/router. The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is designed for connection to a TT or TN type power
supply network. The SAGthernet socket on your computer according to the animation displayed on screen. Click the continue installation.
button to 6 The screen opposite appears, if a number of Ethernet cards are installed on your computer. Select the Ethernet card connected to TM the SAGEM
F@st 1200 from the drop-down list. to confirm Then click your choice and continue with configuration. 7 The screen opposite appears and prompts you to
wait. 8 The screen opposite appears. Select your country of residence and your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Click the continue installation. button to
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modem/router 9 The screen opposite appears. Enter the login identifier followed by the login password and confirm the latter.
These will have been supplied to you by your ISP. Click the continue installation. button to 10 Installation is finished. Two icons have been created
respectively on your desktop and in the task bar (see detail below). Click .
This icon created on your desktop lets you configure your modem/router (see chapter 5, Configuration). This icon created in the task bar lets you know the
status of the modem/router (see Appendix A - Troubleshooting). You can also use the Start menu to select All programs / SAGEM F@st 1200 to access the
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- Installing your modem/router You can now: Surf the Internet Configure your modem/router more specifically. Caution: If on installation you entered an
incorrect login identifier or password, you will have been able to continue and finish installation and have been allowed access to the configurator.
However, under no circumstances will you be able to surf the Internet. To surf the Internet, you must enter the correct information, supplied to you by your
Internet Service Provider. For this: Open your configurator (see chapter 5), then select the "WAN Setup" tab. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide 252417101-01 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 3-7 3 - Installing your modem/router 3.1.2 In Mac OSX The
configuration procedure described below was performed in Mac OS 10.4.1 (Tiger). @@For the configuration application installed on your Macintosh to be
able to communicate with your modem/router's embedded software, the IP addresses of your computer and of TM your SAGEM F@st 1200 need to be in the
same addressing plan.
For this, you have two options: To activate your modem/router's DHCP Server and configure your Macintosh in DHCP Client mode. The DHCP server will
then automatically supply your computer TM with an IP address (default configuration of the SAGEM F@st 1200, recommended for inexperienced users).
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To manually configure the IP addresses of your modem/router and your Macintosh, taking care to ensure that the IP addresses are in the same plan. The
default IP TM address for your SAGEM F@st 1200 is 192.168.1.1. You can therefore, for example, assign your computer the address 192.168.1.
12. If you incorrectly assign or lose the IP address of your modem/router, you should refer to Appendix A - Troubleshooting. The paragraph below indicates
the procedure for configuring the Macintosh in DHCP client mode, in order to obtain an IP address automatically from the modem/router. 1 (apple) menu in
the Click the menu bar, select " System Preferences ", then click the "Network" icon. The screen opposite appears.
In the shaded field "Built-in Ethernet": A green indicator lamp indicates activation (performed automatically on connecting the Ethernet lead TM from your
SAGEM F@st 1200). If your Macintosh is already configured in DHCP client mode and the DHCP server is running in TM your SAGEM F@st 1200, the IP
address assigned to your computer by the modem/router is specified.(example: 192.168.1.
12). Click the "Configure" button to modify or check your Macintosh's configuration. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Page 3-8 Sagem
Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited 3 - Installing your modem/router 2 The Show: field should be set to Builtin Internet (by
default) The TCP/IP tab appears automatically. The Configure Ipv4: field should contain Using DHCP by default. If not, select this setting from the dropdown list. Note: If the Using PPP setting is displayed, select the PPPoE tab then uncheck the Connect using PPPoE box. Click Apply Now to confirm
connection in DHCP mode. 3 The network window is updated as shown opposite. This panel should show the IP address, the subnet mask supplied by the
modem/router and the default IP TM address of the SAGEM F@st 1200's LAN interface (192.
168.1.1). You can now close the network window. The DHCP client, DNS servers and Search domains fields are optional. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide
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configuring your modem/router on your computer's USB port 3.2.1 In Windows The USB port of the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is a USB 1.
1 port supporting a maximum bit rate of 12 Mbit/s. The connector is type B. On this port, you can connect directly to a computer with a type A USB port using
a USB lead (supplied with the equipment). Do not connect the USB lead until prompted by the installation procedure (that is, after installing the drivers). The
installation procedure described below was performed in Windows XP.
Installation in other Windows operating systems (98, ME and 2000) may present slight differences. 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your computer's appropriate
drive; the screen opposite appears. Carry out the operations described on screen. Click the continue installation. button to Note: If this screen does not
appear: Select Start, then Run, then enter: "<CD-ROM drive letter> :\F@st1200.
exe then click OK. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Page 3-10 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited
3 - Installing your modem/router 2 The screen opposite appears. Click . 3 The screen opposite appears. Carry out the operations described on screen. Click
the continue installation. button to 4 The screen opposite appears. Click to install your residential modem/router on the USB interface. SAGEM F@stTM
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Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 3-11 3 - Installing your modem/router 5 The screen opposite appears and prompts you to wait while the drivers
are installed. 6 The screen opposite appears. Connect the USB lead by connecting the type B "square" end to the modem/router (USB socket) then by
connecting the other type A "flat" end to a corresponding available socket on your computer according to the animation displayed on screen. 7 The screen
opposite appears. Select your country of residence and your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Click the continue installation. button to SAGEM F@stTM 1200
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screen opposite appears. Enter the login identifier then the login password and confirm the latter. These are available from your subscription confirmation
email.
Click the continue installation. button to 9 Installation is finished. Two icons have been created respectively on your desktop and in the task bar (see detail
below). Click . This icon created on your desktop lets you configure your modem/router (see chapter 5, Configuration).
This icon created in the task bar lets you know the status of the modem/router (see Appendix A - Troubleshooting). You can also use the Start menu to select
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specifically. Caution: If on installation you entered an incorrect login identifier or password, you will have been able to continue and finish installation and
have been allowed access to the configurator. However, under no circumstances will you be able to surf the Internet.
To surf the Internet, you must enter the correct information, supplied to you by your Internet Service Provider. For this: Open your configurator (see chapter
5), then select the "WAN Setup" tab. 3.2.2 In Mac OSX The USB interface is not supported by Mac OSX. Ethernet interface Using is described in section
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your modem/router 3.
3 Installing and configuring an additional computer Object: This procedure is for installing an additional computer. This computer can be connected either to
a HUB or to another interface on the modem. To install an additional computer, you first need to "completely" install your modem and configure it correctly.
1 Insert the CD-ROM in your computer's appropriate drive; the screen opposite appears. Carry out the operations described on screen. Click the continue
installation. button to Note: If this screen does not appear: Select Start, then Run, then enter: "<CD-ROM drive letter> :\F@st1200.exe then click OK. 2 The
screen opposite appears. Click .
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Click to install your modem/router on the ETH interface (see section 3.1 - steps 5, 6, 7 and 10). Click to install your modem/router on the USB interface (see
section 3.
2 - steps 5, 6 and 9). The steps concerning: · · connecting the modem/router to the telephone socket and the mains outlet, and configuring your SAGEM
F@stTM 1200 (login identifier and login password, etc.), must not be carried out when installing and configuring an additional computer whatever the
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@@@@In the event of a fault, two other icons can appear in the task bar. These are detailed in appendix A - Troubleshooting. @@@@@@Reproduction
and disclosure prohibited 5. @@Gives recommendations for the use of the configuration screens. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@Click
this button to update the parameters on screen. @@A confirmation window appears if the operation is successful. Click the OK button to close the window.
You are recommended to save all the parameters that you have altered. @@@@@@Select the Status tab. The screen opposite appears.
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Field Modem State Three possible cases: Meaning (Writing in green): Normal operation. (Writing in yellow): The modem is connecting to the Internet.
(Writing in red): The ADSL line is disconnected. WAN IP Address Displays the Public IP address (WAN) assigned to the modem/router. This field may be
empty when the modem/router is in negotiation mode or the ADSL line is not connected. ADSL Line Status Two possible cases: : indicates that the ADSL link
is set up and also the supported ADSL standard. : indicates that the ADSL link is not set up (line disconnected, for example). VPI / VCI Displays the VPI
supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Displays the VCI supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Encapsulation Displays the encapsulation supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Two possible cases: VC LCC : Virtual Channel (Encapsulation
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document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited 5 - Configuration Field Protocol Meaning Displays the protocol supplied by your Internet Service
Provider (ISP).
Five possible cases: RFC1483 Bridged RFC1483 Routed PPPoE PPPoA MER : Bridged. : Routed. : PPP over Ethernet. : PPP over ATM. : MAC
Encapsulated Routed.
Upstream Downstream Firmware version ADSL code version F@st1200 Setup version Displays the upstream rate of the ADSL line (expressed in kbit/s).
Displays the downstream rate of the ADSL line (expressed in kbit/s). Displays the modem/router firmware version. Displays the ADSL code. Displays the
configuration application version. No field on the screen can be modified. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Sagem Communication
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2 WAN Setup Object: This function is for setting up the wide area network (WAN) access interface. Select the WAN Setup tab. The screen opposite appears.
The following fields are common to all the protocols. Field VPI VCI Encapsulation Mode Meaning Enter a VPI value between 0 and 255. Enter a VCI value
between 6 and 65535 (apart from 16). Select one of the two proposed encapsulation modes (LLC or VC Multiplexing). Depending on the protocol chosen, the
number of fields to be completed differs. You must therefore select a protocol mode before completing the various fields. RFC1483 Bridged Common fields
only.
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RFC1483 Routed Field Network Setting Enable NAT : Meaning Check the appropriate box to enable address translation (NAT) (Recommended). Check the
appropriate box to activate modem/router's "DHCP client" function. the Enable DHCP : WAN IP Address This field is active only when the "DHCP client"
function is deactivated (Enable DHCP field check box not checked). Enter a WAN IP address.
This field is active only when the "DHCP client" function is deactivated (Enable DHCP field check box not checked). Enter a WAN subnet mask. WAN Subnet
Mask PPPoE Field Meaning Network Setting Authentication User Name Password Dialling Enable NAT : Check the appropriate box to enable address
translation (NAT) (Recommended). Select one of the proposed authentication modes (CHAP or PAP). Enter the user name (32 characters maximum) supplied
by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Enter the password (32 characters maximum) supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Select: AUTO DIRECT : The PPPoE link will be set up only if
there is traffic on the ADSL line. : The PPPoE link will always be set up even if there is no traffic on the ADSL line. Select DIRECT (Recommended). Idle
timeout (min) Enter a delay (expressed in minutes) after which the PPPoE link will disconnect in the absence of Internet traffic. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User
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Network Setting Authentication User Name Password Enable NAT : Check the appropriate box to enable address translation (NAT) (Recommended). Select
one of the proposed authentication modes (CHAP or PAP). Enter the user name (32 characters maximum) supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Enter the password (32 characters maximum) supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
MER Field Meaning Network Setting Enable NAT : Check the appropriate box to enable address translation (NAT) (Recommended). Check the appropriate
box to enable modem/router's "DHCP client" function. the Enable DHCP : IP Address This field is active only when the "DHCP client" is deactivated (Enable
DHCP field check box not checked). Enter a network IP address. This field is active only when the "DHCP client" function is deactivated (Enable DHCP field
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3 LAN Setup Select the LAN Setup tab. The screen opposite appears. LAN SETUP Object: This function is for entering the local IP address and the dedicated
subnetwork mask. Field Interface IP Address Subnet Meaning Interface connected to the local area network LAN: eth0. IP address.
IP subnetwork mask. Default Eth0 192.168.1.1 255.
255.255.0 If you want to change the address and local subnetwork of your modem/router, you must configure your modem/router's DHCP server in the same
network.
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prohibited Page 5-13 5 - Configuration DHCP SERVER CONFIGURATION Object: This function is for "Enabling" or "Disabling" the modem/router's
DHCP server function with its own parameters. The DHCP server automatically assigns an IP configuration to any computer connected to the modem/router.
This area displays all the default settings of the modem/router's DHCP server. The DHCP server is always "Enabled" by default ( button showing). If you
want to change the DHCP server settings, you must save the configuration (SAVE button) then reset the modem and all the equipment connected to it.
Field Starting IP Address Meaning The first address assigned by the DHCP server. Note: This IP address should belong to the same subnetwork as that of the
modem/router IP address. Default 192.168.1.10 End IP Address The last address assigned by the DHCP server. Note: This IP address should belong to the
same subnetwork as that of modem/router IP address. 192.168.1.
50 Subnet Gateway Primary DNS IP subnetwork mask. Gateway address (LAN address of the modem/router). Address of your Internet Server Provider's
primary DNS server. Note: Set by default to the LAN address of the modem/router to be used as a DNS relay (recommended). 255.
255.255.0 192.168.1.
1 192.168.1.1 Secondary DNS Lease (in days) Address of your Internet Server Provider's secondary DNS server. Availability period (in days) of each IP
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prohibited 5 - Configuration Change of address An example of change of address and subnetwork of the LAN involving a change of network on the
modem/router's DHCP server is given below.
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5.3.1.4 NAT Setup Select the NAT Setup tab. The screen opposite appears. DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Object: This function is for directing all incoming
traffic (WAN) to a predefined local area network (LAN) address, regardless of port. This activate this functionality, select Enable. Field Private IP Address
Meaning This field is active only if the "DMZ" functionality is activated. If you want to use this functionality, enter a local (LAN) IP address.
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Reproduction and disclosure prohibited 5 - Configuration Port Redirect Object: This area is for redirecting a public port (Public Port) to a private port
(Private Port) and a computer by its associated address (Private IP Address). This lets you configure your modem/router so that remote users using services
such as FTP (port 21) or HTTP (80) via public addresses can access local servers with private addresses via private ports. "ADD" button This button is for
adding a new configuration. Enter a private IP address in the "Private IP Address" field. Enter a private port in the "Private Port" field.
Enter a public port in the "Public Port" field. Click the configuration. button to add a new The screen opposite shows two configurations added. "Delete"
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advanced users. Object: This heading lets you: update the firmware, save (download), in a file, the configuration in the modem/router, upload a configuration
to the modem/router, restore the default factory settings, restart the modem/router in the last saved configuration.
Select the Advanced tab. The screen opposite appears. 5.3.2 In Mac OSX The screens appearance and the configurator menus contents in Mac and Windows
being similar, refer to section 5.3.1. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252417101-01 Page 5-18 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and
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IP address restoring the factory-set configuration § A.
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A-1 Appendix A - Troubleshooting A.
1 Checking the assignment of an IP address A range of IP addresses is assigned for each interface (see section D.1). A.1.1 In Windows In Windows 98 Click
Start, select Run, enter winipcfg then click OK; the dedicated application appears.
Check that the IP address entry contains a value other than 0.0.0.0 (192.168.1.10 for example) for the local area network (LAN) interface connected to the
modem. In Windows XP, 2000 and Me Click Start, select Run, enter cmd then click OK; the command prompt window appears. Enter ipconfig then confirm by
pressing Enter. Check that the IP Address entry contains a value other than 0.
0.0.0 (192.168.1.10 for example) for the local area network (LAN) interface connected to the modem. A.1.2 In Mac (MacOS X for example) Click the Apple in
the menu bar. Select System Preferences, then click the Network icon.
Check that the IP Address entry contains a value other than 0.0.0.0 (192.168.
1.10 for example) for the local area network (LAN) interface connected to the modem. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252336343-01 Page A-2 Sagem
Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Appendix A - Troubleshooting All the troubleshooting procedures described below were
carried out in Windows XP. The procedures in other Windows operating systems (98, ME and 2000) may present slight differences.
A.2 Interpreting LEDs The four LEDs on the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 reflect the status of the various interfaces. When the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is powered
up, the PWR LED lights first followed by the other three LEDs, then these last three go off in turn. A.3 Operation alarms These alarms reflect events
occurring while the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is operating. They can be diagnosed using the green LEDs on the front panel of the unit or via the icon in the task
bar. Front panel green LEDs The table below gives the meaning of the various LEDs. Marking On steady Blinking slowly Off PWR Power supply presence _
No power supply USB Activation/Activity on USB link _ No activity on USB link ETH Activity on ETH link In pace with traffic On activity on ETH link LINE
ADSL line synchronized ADSL synchronizing (see section A.
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Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page A-3 Appendix A - Troubleshooting Icon in the task bar In Windows only. This icon with its associated screen
gives the various modem/router states: The modem/router is operational and the ADSL line is connected to the Internet. 1) The ADSL line is not connected to
the modem/router. Check the connection to the modem/router. or 2) The PPP link is not set up. Check the PPP link parameters supplied by your Internet
Service Provider (ISP). No communication with the modem/router. 1) Check that the modem/router is powered up. 2) Check that the modem/router is
correctly connected to your computer via its Ethernet (ETH) interface or its USB (USB) interface. A.
3.1 "LINE" LED blinking Check the connection of your ADSL splitters. Each telephone socket used in your installation should be fitted with an ADSL splitter.
Check that the RJ11 line lead supplied with your SAGEM F@stTM 1200 is connected to one of your outlets. The use of telephone extension leads is not
recommended.
Finally, check with your ISP on the availability of the ADSL service on your telephone line. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252336343-01 Page A-4
Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Appendix A - Troubleshooting A.3.2 All LEDs off Check that the type of power
supply available in your premises is in accordance with the mains voltage needed to power your SAGEM F@stTM 1200.
Check that the power supply lead supplied is correctly connected at one end to the mains power supply network. Check that the power supply connector is
correctly inserted into the corresponding port (Power) on the SAGEM F@stTM 1200. A.3.3 All LEDs blinking simultaneously The modem/router has
restarted in a "Recovery" degraded mode. You must contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP). A.4 Loss of modem/router IP address If your
modem/router's IP address is lost, communication by the configuration application with the equipment becomes impossible. When the configuration utility
fails to set up communication with the modem/router, the window opposite appears. You must enter the modem/router's IP address then click OK to try to set
up the dialogue.
For the dialogue to be set up, the IP addresses of your computer and your modem/router need to be in the same subnetwork plan. If after a number of
unsuccessful attempts the Status tab still indicates that the router is unreachable, it will be necessary to restore your modem/router to its default IP
configuration by reverting to the factory configuration (see section A.5). SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252336343-01 Sagem Communication
document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page A-5 Appendix A - Troubleshooting A.5 Restoring the factory-set configuration To restart your
modem/router in factory-set configuration: Press the RST button using a pointed object until the four LEDs come on steady. Then release this button; your
SAGEM F@stTM 1200 restarts in factory-set configuration (Local area network: 192.168.1.0/24 and modem/router address: 192.
168.1.1). This operation cancels all your modem/router's customized configuration. SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252336343-01 Page A-6 Sagem
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warnings B.
1 Safety warnings The SAGEM F@stTM 1200 product is compliant with EN 60950, December 2001 edition. The safety levels according to this standard are
as follows: B.1.1 Safety levels on the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 unit Port PWR USB ETH LINE Function Primary power supply port USB interface port Ethernet
port ADSL port Safety level HPV 1 2 SELV SELV 2 3 TNV3 1 2 Hazardous Primary Voltage circuit Safety Extra Low Voltage circuit 3 Telecommunication
Network Voltage level 3 circuit SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252336343-01 Page B-2 Sagem Communication document.
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B-4 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited C. Appendix C - Technical specifications This chapter covers the mechanical
specifications and displays the specifications of the various interfaces the environmental specifications the software and protocols § C.1 § C.2 § C.3 § C.
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· · · · Protection rating Displays Four LEDs PWR USB ETH LINE Power supply presence USB activity ETH activity ADSL interface · Length Width Depth :
140 mm : 95 mm : < 32 mm : 200 g : 480 g : Desktop : Wall-mounted : IP30 SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide - 252336343-01 Page C-2 Sagem
Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Appendix C - Technical specifications C.2 Interface specifications Ethernet LAN interface
Bit rate · · Standard Connectors · · · · 10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s, self-configurable Half / Full Duplex IEEE 802.3 RJ45 Self-detecting MDI or MDI-x type port
Straight or cross-pinned lead ADSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2+ interface Transmission code Standards supported · · · Maximum upstream rate Maximum downstream
rate Transmit power Port impedance Range Latency · · · · · · DMT G.992.1 (ADSL), G.992.3 (ADSL2), G.
992.3 Annexe L (Reach Extended), G.992.5 (ADSL2+) G.994.
1 (G.Handshake) 2 Mbit/s 25 Mbit/s 12.5 dBm 100 Ohms 0 to 5500 m (according to ADSL mode) Simple (Fast or Interlaced) SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User
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interface Bit rate Standard Data Transmission mode Consumption Connector Mains power supply characteristics Type Class Mains voltage Power consumed
Mains connector · · · · · Mains lead II 230 V <8W Type C Europlug · · · · · · 1.5 Mbit/s to 12 Mbit/s USB 1.
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3 Environmental specifications Climatic and mechanical environment Warehousing Transport Operation · · · ETS 300 019-1-1 Class T1.2 ETS 300 019-1-2
Class T2.3 ETS 300 019-1-3 Class T3.2 Temperature: -5°C / +45°C Electrical robustness Standard Electromagnetic compatibility Transmission Harmonic
currents · · · · EN 55 022 Class B - Ed 01-1999 EN 61 000-3-2 EN 61 000-3-3 EN 55 024 · ITU-T K.21 Ed 2000: basic level SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User
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Software and protocols IP characteristics TCP-IP, UDP, ICMP, ARP DHCP DNS Routing (LAN and WAN) NAT / PAT Encapsulation protocols PPP over
ATM PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) over ATM IP over ATM ETH over ATM Configuration HCP Version download Management · · · LAN port 1 version From
ETH, USB · · · · RFC 2364 RFC 2516, RFC 1483/2684 RFC 1483/2684 RFC 1483/2684 · · · · Server, relay Relay Static 8 maps maximum SAGEM F@stTM
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Appendix D - Default configuration This chapter covers the default configuration on the local area network (LAN) § D.1 side SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User
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gives the default parameter settings for the SAGEM F@stTM 1200 on leaving the factory. D.1 Default configuration on the local area network (LAN) side The
table below gives the values of the main default LAN parameters for your residential gateway (ETH, USB): LAN characteristics ETH IP address USB IP
address BROADCAST, ARP, MULTICAST Router NAT/PAT Activated LAN traffic is routed to your ISP Activated Value 192.168.1.1/24 Status Internet and
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E-1 Appendix E - Glossary Glossary ACL ACL ADSL ARP CC CCK CDVT CHAP CLI CTP DHCP DNS DTIM FTP GAP HTML HTTP IEEE IEEE 802.11b/g
IP IPQoS ISP LAN LCP LLC MAC MDI MER MTU NAPT NAT OAM OBEX PAN PAP PCI PCMCIA Access Configuration List Asynchronous
ConnectionLess Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line Address Resolution Protocol Continuity Check Complementary Code Keying Cell Delay Variation
Tolerance Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol Command Line Interface Cordless Telephone Profile Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Domain Name Server Delivery Traffic Indication Message File Transfer Protocol Generic Access Profile Hyper Text Markup Language Hyper Text Transfer
Protocol Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Specifications that use the MAC protocol for the wireless local area network (WLAN) in the 2.4
GHz band Internet Protocol IP Quality Of Service Internet Service Provider Local Area Network Link Control Protocol Logical Link Control (encapsulation
with header) Medium Access Control Media Dependent Interface MAC Encapsulation Routing Maximum Transfer Unit Network Address Port Translation
Network Address Translation Operation, Administration and Maintenance OBject, EXchange Personal Area (Ad-Hoc) Network Password Authentication
Protocol Peripheral Component Interconnect Personal Computer Memory Card International Association SAGEM F@stTM 1200 User Guide 252336343-01 Page E-2 Sagem Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Appendix E - Glossary PDU PING PLC PPP PPPoE PVC
QoS RFC RTCP RTP SCO SCR SNAP SPP SSID STB TCP TELNET TFTP UBR UDP URL USB UTP VAD VBR-nrt VBR-rt VC VCC VCI VC MUX VLAN
Protocol Data Unit Packet InterNet Groper Packet Loss Concealment Point to Point Protocol PPP over Ethernet Permanent Virtual Circuit Quality of
Service Request For Comments Real Time Control Protocol Real-time Transport Protocol Synchronous Connection-Oriented Sustained Cell Rate SubNetwork
Attachment Point Serial Port Profile Service Set IDentifier Set Top Box Transmission Control Protocol TELecommunication NETwork Trivial File Transfer
Protocol Unspecified Bit Rate User Datagram Protocol Uniformed Resource Locator Universal Serial Bus Unshielded Twisted Pair Voice Activity Detection
Variable Bit Rate - non real time Variable Bit Rate - real time Virtual Channel Virtual Channel Connection Virtual Channel Identifier VC MUltipleXing
(encapsulation without header) Virtual LAN Voice over IP Virtual Path Virtual Path Identifier Virtual Private Network Wide Area Network Meshed network
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Communication document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited F. Appendix F - Connectors This chapter covers the pinout of the "PWR" connector the
pinout of the "USB" connector the pinout of the "ETH" connector the pinout of the "LINE" connector § F.1 § F.2 § F.
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- Connectors F.1 "PWR" connector pinout The mains adapter is connected to the equipment via the miniature socket on the unit. Pin Inner Outer Signal +7.5
V Ground Meaning DC "+" connection DC "-" connection F.2 "USB" connector pinout The "USB" interface is connected to the equipment via a type B USB
socket. 2 1 3 4 Contact N° 1 2 3 4 Signal Vcc -Data +Data Ground Meaning PC power supply (+) Subscriber line signal Subscriber line signal Ground
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1 2345678 Contact N° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal TXD+ TXDRXD+ NC NC RXDNC NC Meaning (+) Transmit to terminal (-) Transmit to terminal (+) Receive
from terminal Not Connected Not Connected (-) Receive from terminal Not Connected Not Connected The Ethernet connector system is self-detecting. You
can use straight or cross-pinned cables interchangeably. A transmit or receive signal is detected automatically. F.4 "LINE" connector pinout The equipment
is connected to the ADSL line via an RJ11 socket (six contacts).
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123456 Contact N° 3 4 1 2 5 6 Signal LINE-A LINE-B NC NC NC NC Meaning Line A signal Line B signal Not Connected Not Connected Not Connected
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