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Revision
User’s Manual for PLANET Internet Subscriber Gateway:
Model: ISG-101
Rev: 2.0 (Mar. 2002)
Part No. EM-ISG101V2
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ...............................................................................................7
1-1 Feature..............................................................................................7
1-2 Precautions .......................................................................................8
2 Product Description ..................................................................................9
2-1 Hardware...........................................................................................9
2-2 Technical Specifications................................................................... 10
3 Installation................................................................................................14
3-1 Package Contents ........................................................................... 14
3-2 Installation Requirements ................................................................ 14
3-3 Getting started................................................................................. 15
4 User Interface...........................................................................................17
4-1 Console ........................................................................................... 17
4-1-1 Login ......................................................................................19
4-1-2 Main Menu .............................................................................19
4-1-3 System Configuration .............................................................20
4-1-4 System Status ........................................................................22
4-1-5 Utilities Menu..........................................................................23
4-1-5 Utilities Menu..........................................................................24
4-1-6 Firmware Upgrade..................................................................24
4-1-7 Change Password ..................................................................25
4-1-8 Restart ...................................................................................25
4-1-9 Factory Setting .......................................................................25
4-1-9 Factory Setting .......................................................................26
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4-2 Web-Based Configurator ................................................................. 26
4-2-1 Login ......................................................................................27
4-2-2 Main Menu .............................................................................28
4-2-3 Configuration Menu ................................................................29
4-2-4 System Configuration .............................................................30
4-2-5 Subscriber Management ........................................................32
4-2-6 Subscriber Control..................................................................33
4-2-7 Customize Login UI ................................................................36
4-2-8 Add Subscribers .....................................................................39
4-2-9 Subscribers List......................................................................40
4-2-10 Current Users.......................................................................41
4-2-11 Import Subscribers................................................................41
4-2-12 Advertisement Link Configurations .......................................43
4-2-13 Pass through IP & MAC........................................................43
4-2-13 Pass through IP & MAC........................................................44
4-2-14 Virtual Server Table ..............................................................45
4-2-15 System Status ......................................................................46
4-2-16 DHCP Client Table................................................................47
4-2-17 Utilities Menu........................................................................47
4-2-18 Firmware Upgrade................................................................48
4-2-19 Change Password ................................................................49
4-2-20 Restart .................................................................................49
4-2-21 Logout ..................................................................................50
4-3 Subscriber Applications ................................................................... 50
4-3-1 Subscriber Login Steps...........................................................50
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4-3-2 Subscriber Limitation ..............................................................52
4-3-3 Extra Feature .........................................................................56
Appendix A: Signal Connection Arrangements .........................................61
Appendix A: Signal Connection Arrangements .........................................62
Appendix B: Regulations/EMI Compliance..............................................65
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Introduction
The Internet Subscriber Gateway ISG-101 is deployed in a broadband
service network for high-speed access the Internet. The Internet Subscriber
Gateway can immediately recognize new users on the network (and
remember returning users) and redirect their browser to a proprietary Web
page. That is to say, user needn’t change their network configuration to
access the Internet, just plug and play.
The product is a freestanding or rack-mounted unit with two Ethernet ports
(WAN and LAN), a serial port for system management and administration.
After the initial setup and network configuration is established, the product is
easily managed by a network administrator through a Web management
interface or the onboard serial port.
1-1 Feature
Plug and Play-Support All Network Configurations
The ISG-101 provides instant Internet access by using your own
notebook PC without the hassle of configuration setting. This innovative
sophisticated design enables instant Internet access wherever traveling
may take you. Easy to use plug-and-play access to broadband networks.
Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service
The Internet Subscriber Gateway supports RADIUS client. RADIUS
enables ISPs to maintain a very large central database of users
(potentially in the millions).
Proprietary Authentication Server
The Internet Subscriber Gateway provides proprietary
authentication
server which is allowed administer to control user’s login
name and password.
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Remote Configuration
The administrator can access this system by using web browsers such
as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. This system allows
a remote user to view and/or modify system configuration via Internet.
Advertisement URL link
ISP could specify the advertisement URL link. The advertisement Web
page will show on the browser when the subscribers start Network
access.
1-2 Precautions
z Never remove or open the cover. You may suffer serious injury if you
touch these parts.
z The ISG-101 is powered from 100/240 VAC. A standard IEC connector is
used for the power cable.
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Product Description
Chapter 2 provides illustrations of the front and rear panels of the ISG-101
and detailed technical specifications including information about LEDs,
connectors, cables, environmental and compliance specifications.
2-1 Hardware
Outlook
Figure 2-1 ISG-101 Outlook
Front Panel
Figure2-2 ISG-101 Front Panel
1. Console Ports: Standard RS232 DB 9 female Connector for system
configuration.
2. System LEDs: Power LED glows when the device is turned on.
3. LAN Port: crossover 10/100M Ethernet port connects to any Ethernet
network.
4. LAN Port LEDs:
10 Link LED: glows when a 10M network is connected;
100 Link LED: glows when a 100M network is connected
Act LED: flash when there is a reception or transmission of data occurring.
5. WAN Port: parallel 10/100M Ethernet port connects to any Ethernet
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network.
6. WAN Port LEDs:
10 Link LED: glows when a 10M network is connected;
100 Link LED: glows when a 100M network is connected
Act LED: flash when there is a reception or transmission of data
occurring.
Rear Panel
Figure 2-3 ISG-101 Rear Panel
1. AC Power Connector: Plug in the female connector of the provided power
cord into the ISG-101 rear panel socket, and the male terminal into a power
outlet. Input voltages range from 90~240 V.
2. System Fan/Vents: This fan is used to circulate air inside the ISG-101 and
also to dissipate heat. The vents on both sides also serve the same purpose.
Do not block these openings, and leave adequate space at the rear and
sides of the device.
2-2 Technical Specifications
Hardware Specifications
Network Specification
.IEE802.3 10BaseT Ethernet
.IEE802.3u 100BasedTX Fast Ethernet
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.Supports 1024 users concurrently
.Throughput: Line rate at 20Mbps
Connectors
.Ethernet Port: Two RJ-45 connectors for 10/100M Ethernet port
.Serial Port: 1 DB9 Female RS232 Console Interface
Power Requirement
.Internal universal switching power supply
.100-220 VAC, 50/60 Hz
.Power Consumption: 5V, 15 Watts, 3 Amp.
Led Indicators
.10/100M Ethernet Ports: WAN, LAN port LINK10, LINK100, ACT indications
.POWER ON/OFF Indication
Dimension
.Size: 1U Rack-mount-sized 440(W) x 116(L) x 44(H) mm
.Weight: About 1.7 kg (Net)
Environment Conditions
.Operating Temperature: 0 to 45℃
.Storage Temperature: -10 to 65℃
.Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
Compliance
.FCC part 15 Class B
.VCCI Class B
Software Specifications
Address Translate Function
This function can accommodate all network configuration, including DHCP,
DNS, proxies and dynamic and static IP address assignments. That is,
whenever a subscriber login, the ISG-101 automatically translates their
computer’s network settings to provide them with seamless access to the
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broadband network. Subscribers no longer need to alter their computer
network configuration settings.
Email Redirection
The ISG-101 will rewrite subscriber’s original message of E-mail
according to SMTP rules and sent it out via the specified Email server.
This function could help subscribers to send E-mail via the local E-mail
server when their default Email server is out of work.
DNS Redirection
The DNS Redirection function would provide local DNS server when
subscriber’s configured DNS server is behind a firewall or located on a
private intranet.
Home Page Redirection
The ISG-101 enables solutions providers to redirect subscribers to a portal
web site of their choice. This allows the solution provider to generate online
advertising revenues and increase business exposure.
DHCP Function
The Internet Subscriber Gateway will follow RFC2131 that is designed to
supply dynamic IP addresses.
RADIUS Client
RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) Attribute Support
reduces costs and improves services levels by enabling service providers
to easily manage and maintain a very large central database of subscribers.
Internal User Account Management
The Internet Subscriber Gateway contains a user account database. And
when the subscriber starts to access the Internet, the ISG-101 will send a
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Web page to ask checking user’s ID and password.
Virtual Server
Enables administrator to expose WWW, FTP and other services on your
LAN to be accessible to Internet users under the NAT Network.
Support VPN (Virtual Private Network)
The ISG-101 can allow subscriber to create VPN networks using the
Internet as the medium for transporting data.
Customize Subscriber Login in page
For different market, ISG-101 allow administrator to set customize login
page for the subscribers. The advance pattern includes welcome notes,
company logo, page color, article, comments and information items.
Pass through IP and MAC Address
Some network devices might be constructed under the Internet Subscriber
Gateway. However these devices needn’t be checked and authorized. The
ISG-101 provides a pass through table and the administrator can control
which devices can be pass through with authentication.
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Installation
This section describes equipments unpacking, pre-installation considerations
and different applications.
3-1 Package Contents
Carefully unpack the contents of the package and verify them against the
checklist below
Figure 3-1 Package Contents
1. One ISG-101 Internet Subscriber Gateway body
2. One Power Code
3. Two rack-mounting brackets
4. Six screws
5. Four rubber feet
6. One User’s Manual
7. One DB-9 male/Female serial cable (RS-232 console cable)
3-2 Installation Requirements
Before installing the ISG-101 Internet Subscriber Gateway, make sure your
network meets the following requirements.
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Mechanical Requirements
The ISG-101 is to be installed only in a restricted access area per National
Electrical Code Articles 110-16, 110-17, and 110-18. It is suitable for mounting
over a noncombustible surface only. The ISG-101 can be mounted in a rack, or
on the table or shelf. Locate the unit near the outlet. And the ISG-101 ships
with two brackets and six screws for mounting in a 19” rack.
Network Requirements
The ISG-101 will access the Internet through XDSL, Cable Modem or other
type of leased-line with one EIA/TIA-568 Category 5 UTP Ethernet cable.
Figure 3-2 Network diagram
Electrical Requirements
The ISG-101 is powered from 100/240 VAC. A standard IEC connector is
used for the power cable. Follow all applicable electrical codes. Frame
ground should be tied to a common grounding point using #18AWG cable.
3-3 Getting started
Installation Steps:
1. Place the ISG-101 on a flat work surface.
2. Connect the power cord
3. Connect the DB9 male-to-female serial cable between the ISG-101 and your
computer.
4. Power up your computer and turn on the ISG-101.
5. Start a Hyper Terminal session to communicate with the ISG-101 via the
serial interface.
6. Log in to the Console User Interface.
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7. Establish the start-up configuration parameters for the ISG-101.
8. Logout and restart for saving the ISG-101 parameters.
9. Connect the WAN network to the ISG-101.
10. Configure the further parameters via a web browser.
11. Connect the LAN network to the ISG-101 and ISG-101 system is now
ready for provide Internet plug and play service.
Network Architecture
The Internet Subscriber Gateway sits in a local aggregation access points on
a network, usually paired with a router. For example:
Figure 3-3 ISG-101 basic connections
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User Interface
The PLANET ISG-101 offers friendly user interface, one is console user
interface and other is Web user interface. However, the Console UI provides
only basic system configuration and Status. For advanced function, please
use the Web Configurator.
4-1 Console
To access the ISG-101 User Interface, the system operator needs to connect
a VT100 terminal and a PC running a VT100 compatible terminal emulation
program to the ISG-101 Console port by using the provided DB9 RS-232
cable.
Follow these steps to set up your first local serial console port session using
the Window98/2K Terminal emulation program HyperTerminal.
1.
From the Windows screen, click on the Start button.
2.
From the Start menu, choose “Programs” (or Open file Hypertrm.exe).
3.
From the Programs menu, choose “Accessories”
4.
From the Accessories menu, select the HyperTerminal folder. Click on the
HyperTerminal icon.
5.
From the connection Description windows, enter a name (i.e., ISG-101)
and choose an icon for the connection. Click ”OK”.
6.
When the Phone Number window opens, click on the “Cancel” button.
7.
From the File menu, choose “Properties.”
8.
From the Properties windows, click on the “Configure” button.
9.
From the COM1 Properties windows, set the following parameters:
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Baud Rate: 9600
Date bits: 8
Parity Checking: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
Click “OK”
10. If you intend to use this PC and serial connection in the future, save this
configuration by selecting “Files/Save As” and entering the name of the
file for this configuration.
11. Once you have completed configuring your serial terminal, use the
following steps to logon to your ISG-101. If you have not already done
so, use a male-female DB-9 serial communication cable to connect the
COM port on your PC to the Console port on the front of the ISG-101.
12. Go to the Call menu and select Connect.
13. If you have not completed initial power up, power up the ISG-101 now.
You will see Figure 4-1.
14. To verify that you have a correctly configured your Console port press
<Enter> and the Login Display screen will display.
15. If your serial terminal remains blank, make sure that you entered the
correct parameters in Step7. Also, verify that you are using the correct
cable, that the cable is not damaged, and that you have good cable
connections.
ISG-101 Boot ROM Version 1.00
Ethernet Address:
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Loading...
Figure 4-1 Serial/Session Display
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4-1-1 Login
ISG-101 Internet Subscriber Gateway
(c) 2002 Copyright PLANET Technologies Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Version 1.02.11
Username:
Password:
Figure 4-2 Login menu display
The default Username is “admin”. The default Password is “password”.
User can change password setting after accessing the ISG-101 system.
Notice: The administrator can change the password via the utilities item.
4-1-2 Main Menu
Main Menu
1) System Configuration
2) Status
3) Utilities
4) Restart
5) Logout
6) Factory Setting
Figure 4-3 Main Menu Screen
1) System Configuration: Including ISG-101 system basic parameter setting.
2) Status: Display ISG-101 system basic status.
3) Utilities: Including firmware and configuration upload/download and
change password capability.
4) Restart: Restart the ISG-101 system
5) Logout: Logout the ISG-101 serial session
6) Factory Setting: Erase all setting and back to the original factory setting
Enter a numeric that you need between 1~6 and press ‘Enter’ to the
subdirectory.
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4-1-3 System Configuration
System Configuration
System Name
Console Baud Rate
Auto Logout Timer
WAN Configuration
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Web Server Port
: ISG-101
: 9600
: 10
: 210.1.1.2
: 255.255.255.0
: 210.1.1.1
: 80
DHCP Configuration
DHCP Service? (D/R/S)
:D
E-Mail Server IP Address
:
Primary DNS IP Address
:
Secondary DNS IP Address :
Enter system name.
Figure 4-4 System Configuration Screen
1) System Name: You can assign a name to this unit. Up to 32 characters are
allowed.
2) Console Baud Rate: The Console Baud Rate is only relative to connection
of console. There are three different rates: 9600, 19200, or 38400.
3) Auto Logout Timer: Enter 0 for never time out or 1 to 60 for timeout
minutes.
4) WAN Configuration: Enter WAN port IP Address Configuration such like IP
address, subnet mask and gateway. The Web server port default is 80,
however some user may set up the ISG-101 under the NAT network. The
administrator has to set the special Web server port so that ISG-101 can be
remote access under NAT network.
Notice: The web server port allowed range is from 8000 to 8099 if
administrator wants to remote access under NAT Network. For access
the ISG-101 system under NAT, please tab the “http://WAN Port IP
Address: Port Number”.
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5) DHCP Configuration: There are three types of DHCP Services. Enter 'D' to
disable the DHCP server function, 'R' to enable DHCP Relay function, or 'S' to
enable DHCP Server function.
Notice: The parameters will display on the screen only when the relative item
is chosen.
DHCP Relay function: To route DHCP through an external server, the
administrator needs to enable the DHCP Relay and assign a valid DHCP
server IP address.
Server IP Address: Tab the DHCP relay server IP address.
Agent IP Address: Tab the relay agent IP address, normally enter the
ISG-101 WAN IP is OK.
Notice: You must disable the DHCP server before enable the DHCP relay.
Both features can’t be enabled concurrently.
Enable DHCP server function: ISG-101 include a DHCP sever inside. To
enable this function please choose the DHCP service as ‘S’, and set the DHCP
server information.
Server IP Address: Tab the DHCP server IP address.
Start IP Address: Tab the DHCP pool start IP.
End IP Address: Tab the DHCP pool end IP.
Subnet Mask: Tab the DHCP subnet mask.
Lease Time: Tab the DHCP lease time. The maximum of DHCP lease time is
71582788 minutes.
Notice: To set up the DHCP pool that is the same network with WAN port you
just tab the WAN port IP address. If you want to set up a NAT DHCP pool
please type the same network IP Address with NAT network as the DHCP
server IP address.
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6) DNS IP Address: Enter the IP address for the DNS servers (located at the
customer’s network operating center where DNS requests are sent)
Notice: The secondary DNS servers are only initialized if the primary DNS
server is unavailable.
7) E-mail Server IP Address: To prevent some subscriber’s original Email
server may protect by firewall or NAT network. ISG-101 provides an extra
Email server parameter to forward the subscriber’s Email. The ISG-101 not
only forwards the subscribers’ E-mail via other E-mail server but also
changes the SMTP header. The recipient of your E-mail sees the message
as if you sent it from your local Internet Service Provide, not form the hotel or
other place.
Notice: Before setting this sever, please make sure the E-mail sever relay
function is opened.
4-1-4 System Status
System Status
System Name
Console Baud Rate
Auto Logout Timer
WAN Configuration
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Web Server Port
DHCP Configuration
DHCP Service? (D/R/S)
: ISG-101
: 9600
: 10
E-Mail Server IP Address
: N/A
Primary DNS IP Address
Secondary DNS IP Address
: 168.95.1.1
: 140.112.1.2
: 210.1.1.2
: 255.255.255.0
: 210.1.1.1
: 80
: Disable
Press any key to return.
Figure 4-5 System Status Screen
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System Status is only displaying system information from screen no
authority to change any setting.
Notice: If the system parameter information is not available, the column will
display N/A.
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4-1-5 Utilities Menu
Utilities Menu
1) Firmware Upgrade
2) Change Password
3) Return to Main Menu
Enter selection:
Enter a numeric between 1-3.
Figure 4-6 Utilities Menu Screen
1)
Firmware Upgrade: ISG-101 allow user to upgrade last firmware.
2)
Change Password: ISG-101 allow user to change password.
3)
Return to Main Menu: Leave this page and return to Main Menu screen.
4-1-6 Firmware Upgrade
Firmware Upgrade
TFTP Server IP Address
Download Filename
Enter the IP of TFTP server.
:
: ISG101.BIN
Figure 4-7 Firmware Upgrade Screen
The ISG-101 uses TFTP Download to upgrade firmware. User needs to specify
TFTP server IP address and the filename that you wish to download.
TFTP server IP Address: Enter the TFTP server IP address.
Download Filename: Enter the Download file name.
How to make a TFTP download
Step 1. Get the TFTP server software first.
You can get TFTP server from all PLANET distributors or PLANET web
site or any other TFTP server software.
Step 2. Copy the TFTP server application to a specified folder (any folder is
ok).
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Step 3. Execute the TFTP server application by double click on it.
Step 4. Specify the firmware located folder by selecting the menu item "setup".
Step 5. Connect to the ISG-101 with console port or web browser.
Step 6. Access to Figure 4-7 screen and specify the TFTP server IP address
and the filename that you wish to upgrade.
Step 7. Executive and you will finish the upgrade procedures.
4-1-7 Change Password
Change Administrator Password
Enter the old password
:
Enter the new password
:
Confirm the new password
:
Enter the old password.
Figure 4-8 Change Password Screen
The Password Change screen allows you to change an existing password.
Notice: A permitted password string is from 8 to 20. The characters are limited
by alphabets and numerals.
4-1-8 Restart
Restart System (Y/N)?
Enter the command key and press enter.
Figure 4-9 Restart Screen
ISG-101 system can be restart by software; the administrator doesn’t need to
turn off the power. This function can help you when making multiple changes to
different menu function and you want to reboot just one time after completing
all your changes.
Tab ‘Y’ and then press ‘Enter’ key to restart the system. Tab ‘N’ and then press
‘Enter’ to return to the Main Menu screen.
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4-1-9 Factory Setting
Change to factory setting and the system will be restarted!
Are you sure (Y/N)? Y
To reserve the user profiles (Y/N): Y
Enter the command key and press enter.
Figure 4-10 Factory Setting Screen
If you enter “Y” the ISG-101 system will erase all setting, and back to the
original factory setting. There are two different choices after you decided to
change to the factory setting.
One is to change all the parameters into factory setting but only reserve the
user profiles (subscribers’ table). The other is to clear all the parameters into
factory setting including the user profiles.
4-2 Web-Based Configurator
Before first time use of PLANET ISG-101’s Web-based configuration utility,
make sure your system meets both of the following requirements:
1. You have already obtained an IP address for your ISG-101 assigned by
your ISP. You can check ISG-101 system status via the RS-232 console
cable.
2. You have already connected the ISG-101 to the Network.
After you check this point you may connect by using any Web-browser to
access the ISG-101 Web-based Configurator form any remote location via
the Internet!
Notice: ISG-101 Firmware version V1.00.01 didn’t support remote access if
the ISG-101 is under the NAT function Network (masquerade IP). The new
function will support this feature. For new released information please check
the PLANET Web site or contact with PLANET Support Team.
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Using the Web-based Configurator
The PLANET Web-based Configurator makes it easy for you to access the
ISG-101 configuration utility without direct cable connection. It allows a
remote control to modify the ISG-101’s configuration settings via Internet, by
using any regular Web-such as Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
To access the PLANET Web-based Configurator, please follow these
operations:
1. Start your Web-browser program (for example, IE) on your workstation.
2. In the host IP or location box in your web browser session, type ISG-101’s IP
address: http:// ”ISG-101’s IP-address” and press <Enter>.
3. After the Internet connection with ISG-101 is established, you will be
prompted to enter your username (“admin”) and password (default is
“password”) in the Login screen.
4. ISG-101 Web-based Configurator session has now started and you can
navigate in this configuration utility just as easily as in a regular Internet
www site.
4-2-1 Login
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Figure 4-11 Web-based Configuator Login Screen
The ISG-101 default Username is “admin” and Password is “password’.
Notice: The capital letters and lowercase letters need to be differentiated.
4-2-2 Main Menu
Figure 4-12 Web-based Configuator Main Menu Screen
After a valid username and password have been provided, the ISG-101
Web-based Configurator displays the Main Menu available.
1) Configuration: Including ISG-101 system parameter setting.
2) Status: Display ISG-101 status.
3) Utilities: Including firmware and configuration change password capability.
4) Restart: Restart the ISG-101 system form the remote site.
5) Logout: Logout the ISG-101 Web Configurator session.
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4-2-3 Configuration Menu
Figure 4-13 Web-based Configuator Configuration Menu Screen
1) System: Define the ISG-101 System configuration.
2) Subscriber Management: Manage subscribers information such like
management type (using RADIUS or internal accounting management),
customize login page, subscriber logout timer etc.
3) Advertisement Link: Send the plus advertisement link to the subscribers
when the subscriber starts the ISG-101 service.
4) Pass Through IP & MAC: allow administrator to set some special devices
pass through the ISG-101 system. Because some network devices might
be constructed under the Internet Subscriber Gateway. However these
devices needn’t be checked and authorized. The ISG-101 provides a pass
through table and the administrator can control which devices can be pass
through with authentication.
5) Virtual Server Table: Enables administrator to expose WWW, FTP and other
services on your LAN to be accessible to Internet users under the NAT
Network.
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4-2-4 System Configuration
Figure 4-14 Web-based Configuator System Configuration Screen
1) System Name: You can assign a name to this unit. Up to 32 characters are
allowed.
2) Console Baud Rate: The Console Baud Rate is only relative to connection of
console. There are three different rates: 9600, 19200, or 38400.
3) Date/Time: The valid setting of year is from 1999 to 2035.
4) WAN Configuration: Enter WAN port IP Address Configuration such like IP
address, subnet mask and gateway. The Web server port default is 80,
however some user may set up the ISG-101 under the NAT network. The
administrator has to set the special Web server port so that ISG-101 can be
remote access under NAT network.
Notice: The web server port allowed range is from 8000 to 8099 if
administrator wants to remote access under NAT Network. For access the
ISG-101 system under NAT, please tab the “http:// WAN Port IP Address: Port
Number”. For Example: “http://210.1.1.5:8002”. The function of remote access
ISG-101 system will be released after V1.00.02 version. For the release news
please check the PLANET Web Site or contact PLANET Support Team.
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5) DHCP Configuration:
DHCP Disable: Disable DHCP function.
DHCP Relay function: To route DHCP through an external server, the
administrator needs to enable the DHCP Relay and assign a valid DHCP
server IP address.
Server IP Address: Tab the DHCP relay server IP address.
Agent IP Address: Tab the relay agent IP address, normally enter the
ISG-101 WAN IP is OK.
DHCP Server: ISG-101 include a DHCP sever inside. To enable this function
please choose the DHCP Server item, and set the DHCP server information.
Server IP Address: Tab the DHCP server IP address.
Start IP Address: Tab the DHCP pool start IP.
End IP Address: Tab the DHCP pool end IP.
Subnet Mask: Tab the DHCP subnet mask.
Lease Time: Tab the DHCP lease time. The maximum of DHCP lease
time is 71582788 minutes.
Notice: 1. You must disable the DHCP server before enable the DHCP relay.
Both features can’t be enabled concurrently.
2.To set up the DHCP pool that is the same network with WAN port you
just tab the WAN port IP address. If you want to set up a NAT DHCP
pool please type the same network IP Address with NAT network as
the DHCP server IP address.
6) DNS IP Address: Enter the IP address for the DNS servers (located at the
customer’s network operating center where DNS requests are sent)
Notice: The secondary and tertiary DNS servers are only initialized if the
primary DNS server is unavailable.
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7) E-mail Server IP Address: To prevent some subscriber’s original Email
server may protect by firewall or NAT network. ISG-101 provides an extra
Email server parameter to forward the subscriber’s Email. The ISG-101 not
only forwards the subscribers’ E-mail via other E-mail server but also
changes the SMTP header. The recipient of your E-mail sees the message
as if you sent it from your local Internet Service Provide, not form the hotel or
other place.
Notice: Before setting this sever, please make sure the E-mail sever relay
function is opened.
4-2-5 Subscriber Management
Figure 4-15 Web-based Configuator Subscriber Management Screen
1) Subscriber Control: Including deciding to check subscriber’s username &
password or not and which authentication function will be used.
2) Customize Login UI: For some Hotels or ISPs, they may hope to have a
customize subscriber’s login page to the users. This function helps they to
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realize the ideal. The page elements are including company logo, welcome
note, background color, article etc. Certainly the administrator can decide to
use only stand form.
3) Add subscribers: Add the subscribers’ username and password in the
internal database.
Notice: This item will display only when the subscriber management type is
“Proprietary”. See also “Subscriber Control” item.
4) Subscriber List: List all the subscribers’ table and the administrator can click
the check box to delete the listing subscribers’ data.
5) Current Users: Display currently on line subscriber’s information, such like
username, password and MAC address.
6) Import Subscribers: To maintain a subscriber database via web UI might not
be so convenient. Therefore, the ISG-101 provides to import a subscriber’s
data base file via TFTP server.
4-2-6 Subscriber Control
Figure 4-16 Web-based Configuator Subscriber Control Screen
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1) Subscriber Control:
Enable: If to enable this function means the subscribers’ user ID must be
checked. That is to say, when subscriber wants to access the Internet, they
must click the Web browser. And then there will display the subscriber
login web page. And after entering the username and password, the
subscriber can use the Internet service.
Disable: If to disable this function means that subscribers can access the
Internet without any check. The subscriber can just click the web browser
and surf the Internet.
Logout Timer: This item will display only when the Subscriber Control is set as
“Enable”. If the Logout Timer is set as 3 minutes, it means if the subscriber
doesn’t send packet in 3 minutes, the subscriber will logout automatically. If
the subscriber is off-line over the logout time, he must re-login again for
Internet service.
2) Management Type:
There are two different types for subscriber management. One is the
proprietary or internal authentication system and the other is RADIUS server.
The maximum subscriber number of internal authentication system is 250.
The RADIUS parameters will display only when the RADIUS item is
selected.
Proprietary: Internal authentication system, allow administrator to control the
subscriber database via ISG-101 internal function.
RADIUS: The ISG-101 supports Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service
(RADIUS). RADIUS is an authentication and accounting system used by
many Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
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RADIUS enables ISPs to maintain a very large central database of
subscribers. By using RADIUS, Service Providers can implement
policy –based management of their subscriber database. The RADIUS also
helps ISP to collect accounting data such like login time and logout time.
RADIUS Server IP: Enable or Disable connects with RADIUS server.
Authentication Port: Enter the authentication port number, and the number
must match with the Radius server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0
to 34463.
Accounting Port: Enter the accounting port number, and the number must
match with the Radius server setting. The allowed numbers are from 0 to
34463.
Radius Secret Key: Enter the Radius secret key, and the key number also has
to match with the Server setting. Up to 64 characters are allowed.
Accounting Service: Enable or Disable the accounting service.
Notice: The RADIUS Server follows the RFC 2138 and RFC 2139 stand. And
the authentication port number is 1645 and 1812. The administrator can
configure the port number according to his own RADIUS server.
For more detail information of RADIUS please check the manual of your
RADIUS server.
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4-2-7 Customize Login UI
Figure 4-17 Web-based Configuator Customer Login UI Screen
Selection: The ISG-101 provides two different login page formats. One is
“Standard”, this is ISG-101 default login page, can’t be changed. The other
is ”Advanced”, that is to say, administrator can design the subscriber login
page by himself.
Welcome Image: You can choose “None” or “Default Image”..
Welcome Slogan: The maximum allowed length is 80 characters.
Page Background: The page background can be none or specified color. For
the background color format please views the color grid. The allowed
format is Hexadecimal (RGB values of Red, Green, and Blue, where each
component has a hexadecimal value of from 00 to FF. 000000 is black and
FFFFFF is white.)
Article: The article is allowed the administrator to input a paragraph in the
subscriber login page for advisement or announcement. The maximum
character of the article is 1024.
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Article Text Color: The article text color can be specified color. For the
specified text color format please views the color grid. The allowed format is
Hexadecimal
Article Background Color: The article background can be specified color. For
the background color format please views the color grid. The allowed format
is Hexadecimal (RGB values of Red, Green, and Blue, where each
component has a hexadecimal value of from 00 to FF. 000000 is black and
FFFFFF is white.)
Information: Allow the administrator to input the text information such like
address, telephone number and fax information. The maximum character of
the information is 80.
Comments: Allow the administrator to input the text comments such like “Pleas
Contact to our Customer Service Center, EXT 142”. The maximum character of
the information is 80.
Figure 4-18 Standard Subscriber Login Page Screen
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Figure 4-19 Advanced Subscriber Login Page Screen Sample
Figure 4-20 Web-Based Configurator Background Color Grid Screen
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4-2-8 Add Subscribers
Figure 4-21 Web-Based Configurator Add Subscribers Screen
The internal authentication database allows 250 user’s records. To add the
subscribers to the database please enter the username in the “username”
column and password in the “password” column. For the username 1~32
characters are allowed. For the password 0-20 characters are allowed. And
you can add 10 records for once.
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4-2-9 Subscribers List
Figure 4-22 Web-Based Configurator Subscribers List Screen
The Subscriber List will list all the user profiles in the internal database. And
the administrator can press the “Username” button or “Password” button to
sort the data column. And the administrator can click the checking boxes and
press “Delete” button to delete subscribers’ data from the table.
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4-2-10 Current Users
Figure 4-23 Web-Based Configurator Current Users Screen
The Current Users table lists the on-line subscribers. The Administrator can
press the button on top of the columns to sort the data. The current users
information includes the username, password and MAC address.
4-2-11 Import Subscribers
Figure 4-24 Web-Based Configurator Current Users Screen
To maintain a subscriber database via web UI might not be so convenient.
Therefore, the ISG-101 provides to import a subscriber’s data base file via
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TFTP server.
Enter your TFTP server IP address in the “TFTP Server IP Address” column
and import file name in the “File Name” column. The import file text format is as
followings:
user1,password1
user2,password2
user3,passowrd3
user4,password4
Figure 4-25 Import Subscribers File Format Screen
Username and password divide by common. For different users please divide
by Enter Key.
Notice: For the username 1~32 characters are allowed. For the password 0-20
characters are allowed. The wrong data might cause the user profile error.
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4-2-12 Advertisement Link Configurations
Figure 4-26 Import Subscribers File Format Scree
The Frequency can be chosen One Time Only or Multi-sending. One Time
Only means to send the advertisement link once after the subscriber Login.
The Multi-sending means to send the advertisement link every interval
minutes.
The Advertisement Link Configuration allows the administrator to input ten
different websites in the table for advertisement. And these 10 websites will
display to the subscribers at random when the subscribers login in the ISG-101
system. The input format can be “http://www.planet.com.tw” or
“www.planet.com.tw”.
Notice: The maximum allowed input string is
80 characters.
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4-2-13 Pass through IP & MAC
Figure 4-27 Import Subscribers File Format Screen
There are some devices such like server or gateway must pass through the
ISG-101, or ISG-101 will check their packets and ask for username and
password.
There are 40 entries can input the pass through IP Address and 10 entries can
input the MAC address. For input the IP address, please use this format such
like “210.208.122.1”.
For input the MAC address please use this format” 00-50-BA-8D-22-96”.
Notice: The MAC address must use the “-“ symbol for input
the data string.
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4-2-14 Virtual Server Table
Figure 4-28Virtual Server Table Screen
This product’s NAT firewall filters out unrecognized packets to protect your
Intranet, so all hosts behind this product are invisible to the outside world. If
you wish, you can make some of them accessible by enabling the Virtual
Server table. A virtual server is defined as a Service Port, and all requests to
this port will be redirected to the computer specified by the IP Address.
For example, if you have an FTP server (port 21) at 192.168.123.1and a Web
server (port 80) at 192.168.123.2, then you need to specify the following virtual
server-mapping table:
IP Address
Server Port
Virtual Port
Application
192.168.123.1
21
80001
FTP
192.168.123.2
80
80002
HTTP
Notice: All the parameters must be set for the sake of regular execute. The
Virtual Port controls the corresponding mapping table; do not type the
same virtual port number in this column. The permitted virtual port
numbers are from 80001 to 80002.4-2-14 Status Menu
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Figure 4-29 Web Configurator Status Menu Screen
1)
2)
System: Display the all the system configuration parameter.
DHCP Client Table: Display the DHCP client status. The client IP and
MAC address are showed in the table.
4-2-15 System Status
Figure 4-30 Web Configurator System Status Screen
Display the ISG-101 system basic information including the System Name,
Console Port Baud Rate, WAN, DHCP Configuration, DNS, E-mail Server
Information.
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4-2-16 DHCP Client Table
Figure 4-31 Web Configurator DHCP Client Table Screen
Display the DHCP clients’ information including the assigned IP address and
DHCP clients’ MAC address. The buttons on the top of the columns can sort
the column data.
System Status is only displaying system information from screen no authority
to change any setting.
Notice: If the system parameter information is not available, the column
will display N/A.
4-2-17 Utilities Menu
Figure 4-32 Web Configurator Utilities Menu Screen
1) Firmware Upgrade: Allow administrator to upgrade the ISG-101 last
firmware.
2) Change Password: Allow administrator to change password.
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4-2-18 Firmware Upgrade
Figure 4-33 Web Configurator Firmware Upgrade Screen
The ISG-101 uses TFTP Download to upgrade firmware. User needs to specify
TFTP server IP address and the filename that you wish to download.
TFTP server IP Address: Enter the TFTP server IP address.
File Name: Enter the Download file name.
Notice: How to make a TFTP download please
refer to the 4-1-6
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4-2-19 Change Password
Figure 4-34 Web Configurator Change Password Screen
The Password Change screen allows you to change an existing password.
Notice: A permitted password string is from 8 to 20. The characters are limited
by alphabets and numerals.
4-2-20 Restart
Figure 4-35 Web Configurator Restart Screen
Press the “Restart” button and the system will be restart after 30 seconds. Or
press the “cancel” button return to the main menu.
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4-2-21 Logout
Figure 4-36 Web Configurator Logout Screen
Press the “Logout” button and the System would logout to the Login page. Or
press Cancel to return to the main menu.
4-3 Subscriber Applications
The subscribers that connect under the ISG-101 can surf the Internet without
change any network configuration. Just plug the hardware connection and
enter the Username and Password, which was provided by the Local Service
Provider.
Notice: If the Service Provider set the Subscriber Control as Disable then the
subscribers need no username and password. See also 4-2-6.
4-3-1 Subscriber Login Steps
Figure 4-37 Standard Subscriber Login Screen
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1) After connecting all the hardware devices, subscriber must run the Web
Browser program, such like Microsoft Internet Explore or Netscape
Communications Navigator to register the account to the ISG-101. And
after running the Web Browser program, there will be displaying the
ISG-101 login page like Figure 4-37 or Figure 4-38
2) Enter the Username and Password, which is configured in the ISG-101
system (Proprietary- Internal authentication system) or RADIUS server.
3) After Login, the Advertisement link will display on the screen such like the
Figure 4-39
Figure 4-38 Sample for Advanced Subscriber Login Page
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Figure 4-39 Sample for Advanced Subscriber Login Page
4) After finishing the register process, subscriber can use E-mail, Web Browser,
NetMeeting, and so on.
If user disconnects over the Logout timer set in Subscriber Control (see also
4-2-6), the ISG-101 will regard as the user already logout. If user wants to
connect the Internet again, he must have to re-login.
4-3-2 Subscriber Limitation
The ISG-101 Internet Subscriber Gateway is designed for Global IP (Public IP)
used. However, some Service Provider might construct in Private IP (NAT IP).
This might easy to make IP conflict problem. Some IP conflict samples as
followings:
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Subscriber Fixed NAT IP was Conflict
with ISG-101 WAN Port NAT IP.
To avoid this IP conflict cases please
configure the more infrequently used
network for DHCP pool such like
“192.168.223.X”, ”172.29.X.X”,
“10.59.X.X”. And we suggest using
the Public IP for ISG-101 WAN Port.
Figure 4-40 IP Conflict Case A
Subscriber Fixed NAT IP was Conflict
with ISG-101 LAN Port NAT IP.
To avoid this IP conflict case please
configure the more infrequently used
network for LAN IP’s pool such like
“192.168.223.X”,”172.29.X.X” and
“10.59.X.X”.
Figure 4-41 IP Conflict Case B
Subscriber Fixed NAT IP was Conflict
with one PC which outside the
ISG-101 WAN port but in the LAN.
To avoid this IP conflict cases please
configure the more infrequently used
network for the Network between
Router & ISG-101 such like
“192.168.223.X”, ”172.29.X.X”, “and
10.59.X.X”.
Figure 4-42 IP Conflict Case C
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One subscriber Fixed IP was Conflict
with the other (DHCP Client or fixed
IP). The ISG-101 WAN Port is same
Network with these two subscribers’
PC.
To avoid this IP conflict cases please
configure the more infrequently used
network for the Network between
Router & ISG-101 such like
“192.168.223.X”, ”172.29.X.X”
“10.59.X.X”.
The other case is even ISG-101 is
different network with two conflict IP
PCs. These two PC will show conflict
IP message but these two PCs can
surf the Internet normally.
To avoid this case please using
V-LAN Switch.
Figure 4-43 IP Conflict Case D
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Notice:
1. Some subscribers might have the proxy server configuration in the web
browser, for this case the subscribers must cancel the proxy server settings.
However, PLANET will support the new firmware in the future to leave out
this effort. For late released information, please check the PLANET Web
Site.
2. Some subscribers can access the Internet regularly but might not be able to
send and receive the E-mail normally. This is according to the subscriber’s
settings and the subscriber’s E-mail service provider. Some ISP doesn’t
support the Internet mail, users are limited to send and receive E-mail from
the specified network. Furthermore, some subscribers are unable to
send/receive E-mail because their E-mail server address is private IP (IP
masquerade). For E-mail redirection function please check the page 22
“7) Email server IP address”
3. The Internet Subscriber Gateway supports Plug and Play function to the
subscriber who’s PCs can access the Internet regular in his company or
home except by PPP or PPPoE. That is said the IP settings of Subscriber’s
PC must be DHCP Client or Fixed IP with fully parameter. For example: the
subscriber’s IP is fixed IP but the DNS setting is empty.
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4-3-3 Extra Feature
1.
On Line Sign up
This function supports the unauthorized user can register their username and
password on line. This function support only when you enable the Radius
Server, the Connecting Duration will control the time “how many minutes the
user can connect to the server. And please enter the IP of the Account Server
and URL page that you would like subscriber linked.
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2.
POP Server
The Advertisement POP server settings will allow this server IP pass through
so that the server can send the advertisement page to Subscriber without
obstruction.
3. RADIUS Prepaid dialogue
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If we start the RADIUS prepay function, the system will show the Logout
Window on the subscriber’s PC. If the subscriber would like logout, he
must press the Logout button in this window and the system will
disconnect. For the illegal closed session window, the “Invalid Logout”
window will pop-up to the subscriber. And if the credit of usage is going to
run out the “Message Alert” will pop up and ask you to replenish your credit.
Furthermore, if you logout successfully the system will also pop up a
window and remind your remaining time.
4. Simple Billing System for Propriety Account management
Select billing mechanism “Enable” and will display “Unit Time” and “Unit Cost”
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and “Currency “ column. The unit time can select “by Day” or “by hour”. These
mean that the charge unit may base on day or hour. The unit cost can help
administrator to account subscriber usage fee. And the currency parameter
can show on the screen to notify your billing currency.
The add subscriber allows administrator creating the subscriber’s account one
by one. And for the prepay service, please select the number of the purchased
unit. The counter will start to count when the subscriber login the system. Once
the purchased timing is exhausted, the system will kick the subscriber out. For
the post-pay service please set the purchase unit as “0”, the system would not
kick out any subscriber until the administrator delete this account.
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Press the “Create Account” button after typing the account information. And
the screen will display the charge form (including username, password,
register time, price parameter etc.) The administrator or clerk may print out
this page as a receipt.
If administrator presses the “Account Modify” button the account information
will list on the screen. If the subscriber already login, the system will list the
login time and count the expired time (if prepay the fee already).
Notice: For the post-pay service the system wouldn’t show the expired time.
Click the check box and press “Delete” button if you wish to kick out the
subscriber. And then the check box will become a “*” symbol. Once you press
the “Delete” button again, the subscriber record will be erased entirely.
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You can also press the “Display” button and will display the Account List
page. And if the subscriber asked to change his purchase units, the
administrator can modify the units’ column and press “Apply“ button. And
administrator can press the Username, Login Time or Expired Time button to
sorting the subscriber’s information.
The Account Information can display the information of username, password,
MAC address and Login Time and purchased units.
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Appendix A: Signal Connection Arrangements
RJ-45 Ethernet Port
The ISG-101 RJ-45 Ethernet port can connect to any networking device that
use a standard LAN interface, such as a Hub/Switch Hub or Router. Use
unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) or shield twisted-pair (STP) cable to connect
the networking device to the RJ-45 Ethernet port.
Depending on the type of connection, 10Mbps or 100Mbps, use the following
Ethernet cable, as prescribed.
10Mbps:
use EIA/TIA-568-100-Category 3,4 or 5 cable.
100Mbps: use EIA/TIA-568-100-Category 5 cable.
Notice: To prevent loss of signal, make sure that the length of any
twisted-pair connection does not exceed 100 meters.
The WAN Port:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PIN
RJ-45 Signal Assignment
Designation
1
Output Transmit Data +
TD+
2
Output Transmit Data -
TD-
3
Input Transmit Data +
RD+
4
Unused
N/U
5
Unused
N/U
6
Input Transmit Data -
RD-
7
Unused
N/U
8
Unused
N/U
Table A-1 RJ-45 Uplink Connector
Check that the straight twisted-pair cable connection between the ISG-101 and
the hub/router conforms to the pin assignments show in the following diagram:
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The LAN Port:
PIN No. RJ-45 Signal Assignment
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Input Transmit Data +
Designation
RD+
2
Input Transmit Data -
RD-
3
Output Transmit Data +
TD+
4
Unused
N/U
5
Unused
N/U
6
Output Transmit Data -
TD-
7
Unused
N/U
8
Unused
N/U
Table A-1 RJ-45 Uplink Connector
Check that the straight twisted-pair cable connection between the ISG-101
LAN port and the WAN port conforms to the pin assignments show in the
following diagram:
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DB9 Serial Console Port
PIN-1
Console
PIN-9
64
PIN
Mnemonic
1
DCD
Received
2
TXT
Transmitted
3
RXT
Received Data to ISG-101
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready from
5
GND
Signal Ground (Common)
6
DSR
Data Set Ready to ISG-101
7
RTS
Request
8
CTS
Clear to Send to ISG-101
9
RI
Ring Indicator to ISG-101
Function
Line
Signal
Data
to
Send
from
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Appendix B:
Regulations/EMI Compliance
FCC Regulatory Statement
Part 15-Class B compliant device
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including that which
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been test and found to comply with the limits for a
computing device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. The equipment and the receiver should be connected the outlets on
separate circuits.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
Changes or modification not expressly approved be the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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