Televes CoaxData MyNET Wi-Fi Router User manual

Televes CoaxData MyNET Wi-Fi Router User manual
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Índice de contenido
Important safety information...................................................................................................................4
Main installation considerations...................................................................................................................4
Safe operation..............................................................................................................................................4
Electric security markings............................................................................................................................4
Introduction............................................................................................................................................4
CoaxDATA™ Home WiFi 1Gbps.................................................................................................................5
Main Specifications......................................................................................................................................5
System requierements ................................................................................................................................6
Package content ........................................................................................................................................7
CoaxData range of products........................................................................................................................8
Getting to know the CoaxDATA™ Home WiFi 1Gbps...........................................................................9
Device connections......................................................................................................................................9
Front & rear pannel LEDs .........................................................................................................................10
Configurando el CoaxData Home WiFi.................................................................................................12
Setting up of the product............................................................................................................................12
Estado del dispositivo................................................................................................................................12
Setting up of the working mode............................................................................................................15
AP Bridge Mode.........................................................................................................................................15
Router Mode..............................................................................................................................................15
LAN interface set up.............................................................................................................................16
WiFi interface set up.............................................................................................................................18
Configuration of the radio interface............................................................................................................18
WiFi Access points configuration...............................................................................................................20
Security configuration od the WiFi network ..............................................................................................20
Advanced configuration of the device...................................................................................................22
Routing tables............................................................................................................................................22
Stting up the time on the system ..............................................................................................................22
Advanced NAT Configuration....................................................................................................................24
Changing the password ............................................................................................................................25
Gestión del dispositivo...............................................................................................................................25
Installing the CoaxData Home WiFi 1Gps...........................................................................................27
Setting up of the Master on the system.....................................................................................................29
Connection of the Master device...............................................................................................................30
Instalation of Ref. 769301 in the TV outlets. ............................................................................................30
Specifications.......................................................................................................................................33
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Important safety information
Main installation considerations
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Please read this manual carefully before installing the product.
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To reduce risk of fire or electrical shock do not expose the equipment to rain or dampness.
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Do not remove the product cover while being connected to the mains.
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Do not block ventilation holes on the product.
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Please allow for some free space around the product to guarantee proper air circulation.
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The product should not be exposed to watter splash.
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Do not place the product near heat sources or in a high humidity environment.
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Do not install the equipment in an unstable or vibrating surface where it could face a shock.
Safe operation
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Mains power requirements for this product are: 108-254 V~ 50/60 Hz.
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Should any liquid or object fall inside the product, please refer to a technically qualified service.
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To unplug the product from the mains please pull from the mains plug, never from the electrical
cable.
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Do not connect the product to the mains untill all other connections have been made.
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The power socket should be near the equipment and easily accessible.
Electric security markings
CE marking compliance.
Product for indoor use.
Safety requirements for class II electrical products.
Waste management of electric and electronic equipment at the end of their working live.
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Introduction
Data Over Coax Gateway
The Data Over Coax Gateway allows the transmission of IP data over coaxial cable and power
distribution neworks as well as broadcast TV and other services.It includes a WLAN interface 802.11b/g/n
for wireless devices.
The Ethernet-Coaxial-Wifi Router allows the connection of multiple devices through the coaxial and
power network without the need of running extra cables and installing Hub's or Ethernet switches.
Ref.769301 Data Over Coax Gateway includes power supply connector, two F connectors for TV
769301_ DATA, three Ethernet RJ45 100Base-TX/10Base-T an USB connector and a WLAN 802.11bgn
interface.
Main Specifications
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Possibility of connecting a device sharing internet access using the existing infrastructure taking
advantage of wireles technology.
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Easy settting up procedure without the need of installing new hardware and/or software drivers.
3xEthernet (Ref.769301) 100 BASE-TX/10 BASE-T to allow the connection of multiple devices
such as PC's, Set to boxes, video game consoles, etc.
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WiFi 802.11bgn interface with 2x2 MIMO in the 2.4GHz band supporting up to 144 Mbps for
20MHz channels and up to 300 Mbps for 40MHz channels.
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Posibility of switching off WiFi or selecting a low power mode interface by means of front panel
switch.
WPS (Wireless protected setup button) feature avoiding the need of password setting.
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Supporting all encryption and authentification WiFi protocols such as WEP, WPA/WPA2, 802.1x
guaranteeing a secure connection.
Complying with IEEE 1901 specifications and including HomePlug AV PHY supporting 2880 p
OFDM 4096/1024/256/64/16/8 QAM, QPSK, BPSK and ROBO mode carriers, capable of up to
700 Mbps physical throughput and up to 350Mbps UDP throughput over the coaxial network.
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Working bandwidth on the coaxial network is 2-67,5 MHz supporting a maximum attenuation of
85 dB. There is no limit of minimum attenuation. It can support up to 1,2 Km of coaxial cable.
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5 front LED’s show equipment status, Internet access, WiFi status, coaxial network status.
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Dynamic signal adjustment based on channel conditions and powerful coding algorythm based on
FEC & TCC (turbo convolutional codes) technique allowing communication with just 3dB of SNR.
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Advanced Encryption algorithm (AES-128) guaranteeing secure communications.
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Sharing high speed internet access. Supporting up to 243 slaves in the same distribution network.
No need of Ethernet Hubs or switches.
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Supporting Quality of Service (QoS) and including packet classification rules and multiple
transmission ques.
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Supporting IGMPv3 based multicast streams to implement efficient IPTV solutions. It can handle
up to 32 different channels.
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Wide range power supply unit ~108-254Vac 50/60Hz
Robust and compact design in compliance with electrical safety legal requirements (EN 609501:2007/AC:2012), electromagnetic compatibility (EN 55022:2008) , inmunity(EN 55024:2011 ) and
radiation over electric power wiring (EN 50412-2-1:2006 ) and electromagnetic spectrum (EN 300
328 V1.7.1, EN 62311:2008).
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Web interface to configure working parameters and network options.
System requierements
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Plug and Play system avoiding the need of any additional software or driver. For installation in
MxU mode and that has a master device
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To configure the device
802.11bgn WiFI port.
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Complete web based software tool and advanced configuration application CoaxManager™
(basic configuration )/ CoaxManagerPro™ (advanced configuration).
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This software is available in: www.televes.com
a computer is needed
with an Ethernet 100BASE-TX
or IEEE
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Package content
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User guide
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75 Ohm Coaxial load
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Power cord
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CoaxDATA Home
Wifi 1Gbps
Setup guide
75Ohm load
Power cord
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CoaxData range of products
Ref.769301 is a part of a comprehensive range of products:
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Ref.769201 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV
Ref.769202 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV with SFP
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Ref.769203 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV 1XEth
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Ref.769220 CoaxData™ Diplex filter TV-Data 2-68 Mhz / 87-2150 MHz
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Ref.769210 CoaxData™ SFP 1000 Base-X 2 F.O ethernet adapter.
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Ref.769201 CoaxData™
1Gbps HDTV
Ref.769202 CoaxData™
1Gbps HDTV with SFP
Ref.769210 CoaxData™
SFP Module 1000 Base-X
Ref.769220 CoaxData™ 1Gbps
diplex filter TV-Data 2-68 Mhz /
87-2150 MHz
Ref.769203 CoaxData™
1Gbps HDTV 1x Eth
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Getting to know the Data Over Coax Gateway
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Device connections
Ethernet ports
3 x RJ-45 ports IEEE 802.3 100 BASE-TX/10 BASE-T compliant. These ports allow the connection of
the CoaxData 1Gbps-HDTV to computers, VOIP telephones, Set Top Boxes, connected TV’s,etc. They
support speed autonegotiation and Auto-MDIX for ease and optimal working conditions.
Data input. TV + Data
Female F connector for data and TV input direct from the compatible TV socket.
TV output. TV
Female F connector to access TV channels.
Reset button / factory default configuration
Keeping the button pressed for a period under 5 seconds the device will reboot if the button is pressed
for more than 5 seconds it will reload factory configuration.
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Please take into consideration that factory default will delete all configuration done on the
equipment.
The configuration of the coaxial interface of the product will not be affected by this button, as this
is managed by using the CoaxManager application.
IP default adress is : 172.16.0.1/Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default user: Admin password: Televes1
Medium switch
At the back of the device this selects the transmission medium. Coaxial only (right), hybrid (coaxial &
PLC) (left).
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Signal will always be present on the coaxial network.
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The Medium LED on the front panel will bright green (Coaxial mode) or orange (Hybrid mode).
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WPS Button
WPS (Wireless protected setup) allows the easy configuration of a wireless secure connection with other
devices supporting the WPS protocol. Simply push the button and activate the WPS function on the
wireless device.
The WPS function will be active for 2 minutes, during this period of time the client should stablish a
secure connection.
While the WPS mode is active the power LED will blink orange, once the connection has been finalised
the WPS mode will stop and should a connection to a different device be needed the WPS button should
be pressed again.
WiFi switch
El conmutador WiFi allows three positions and hence WiFi status:
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OFF (left ): radio is off, LED will bright red. .
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Low Power (Center): WiFi radio will be on in low power mode. This mode will reduce exposure to
radiation and interference in nearby networks. The maximum radiated power will not exceed
3dBm. In this mode the WiFi LED will bright orange.
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Normal (Right): WiFi radio will be on in normal mode. The maximum radiated power will be of 17
dBm In this mode the WiFi LED will bright green.
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Front & rear pannel LEDs
The product has 5 LED’s on its front pannel show different working conditions of the device. Furthermore
3 LED’s on the rear pannel show status and activity of the ethernet ports.
Power LED
This LED shows the status of the device.
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Green: Normal working conditions.
Orange: Device is booting and loading configuration. The product will use this colour to indicate
configuration events such as the activation of the WPS mode.
Red: Indicates that the device has detected an error while booting.
Internet LED
This LED indicates the status of the connection to the internet.
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Green: The device is connected to the internet.
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Red: The device is not connected to the internet. Verify all connections of the equipment and the
correct configuration of the gateway supplied by the ISP.
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Orange: The device has been configured to AP Bridge. In this working mode there is a bridge
between the three interfaces Ethernet-Coaxial/PLC-WiFi.
WLAN LED
This LED shows the status of the WiFi network.
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Green: WiFi is On. Maximum output power +17 dB.
Orange: WiFi is ON in low power mode. Maximum output power is +3 dBm.
Red : WiFi en OFF.
Medium Coaxial / Hybrid LED
Shows the selected transmission medium on the front pannel switch.
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Green. Coaxial only.
Orange. Hybrid, Coaxial + PLC. Connection stablished through both coaxial & power line
network.
Link status LED
This LED indicates both the quality of the connection and the activity on the coaxial/power line interface.
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Green: Higher quality connection.Optimal performance.
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Orange: Good quality connection.
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Red: Poor quality connection.
Ethernet LED’s
Each back pannel ethernet port has an LED indicating negotiated speed as well as activity on the port.
Each RJ45 port supports speed autonegotiation.
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Setting up the CoaxData Home WiFi
Setting up of the product
The configuration of the device has to be carried out by means of a web browser.
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Connect a device with a web browser to the CoaxData Home Wifi and access the IP adress :
http://172.16.0.1 Default user is. Admin and default password is : Televes1.
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Remenber to change these parameters through the configuration options on the Device
management section.
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Should you have forgotten Username and / or Password please reset the equipment to factory
configuration and reconfigure it.
Device status
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Device Information: Information about firmware and hardware version on the product.
Network Information:
Shows network information of the device. This information is related to the selected working mode of the
product.
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AP Bridge mode: The device will work as an ethernet
Coaxial/PLC-Ethernet-WiFi.
bridge on the three interfaces
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Router mode : In this mode the option shows information related to the conection stablished by
the ISP’s router. In this mode there is a WAN interface (Coaxial/PLC) and interfaces for the LAN
network Ethernet & WiFi.
Service Mode: Internet
Connection Name: 1_INTERNET_R_VID
Default Gateway/Subnet Mask: IP adress being giben by the ISP’s gateway.
DNS Server: DNS server being being determined by the Gateway.
Packets counters for the WAN Interface supply information about the activity on this interface.
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User Information: Information is supplied on the LAN interfaces and status of the WiFi interface,
working mode and packets counters.
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For the three ethernet interfaces the assigned IP adress (LAN IP adress) is shown as well as
packets counters of each interface port.
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Setting up of the working mode
The working mode hast to be set through the Web interface on the Network Settings. The produt has
two operation modes deppending on the type of network bein deployed.
AP Bridge Mode
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AP Bridge: This mode brings up a
local network where communication
between all interfaces is allowed. This
type of network is mostly indicated for
home use.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: In this mode the
CoaxManager application can be
used to configure the coaxial/plc
interface.
Router Mode
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Router: This is the factory default
working mode. Under this mode the
device will route between the
coaxial/plc (WAN) interface and the
Ethernet / WiFi (LAN) interfaces.
Router mode supports three configuration protocols depending on the type of access to the internet.
DHCP (Authomatic), Static and PPPoE.
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DHCP: This mode sets the
configuration of the WAN interface
(coaxial/PLC) through a DHCP
server connected to the Master of
the network.
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Static Configuration: Allows the
manual configuration of the IP
parameters of the WAN interface.
IP Address/Subnet Mask:
Gateway: IP Adress of the router
connected to the Master device.
DNS: IP Adress of the Domain
Names Server
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PPPoE: Should the authentification
protocol be implemented though a
PPPoE (Point to Point Protocol over
Ethernet) protocol.
User: PPPoE user name
Password: service password
Connection
Trigger:
Indicates
whether the connection is stablished
on demand or always.
LAN interface set up.
The product includes a LAN interface to stablish connection between the local devices and the internet
and to build a bridge between the ethernet ports and the WiFi network.
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LAN Settings: This options configures the IP adress and mask of the LAN.
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DHCP Server: Allows the activation of a DHCP server in the LAN section which will assign
adresses dynamically to each device. The range of IP’s and lease time can be also defined.
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Restricted IP Address List: Should a device connected on the LAN need a static IP adress, this
can be set by linking it to the MAC adress of the network host in the DHCP server. A typical
application for this would be servers, STB’s, etc.
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WiFi interface set up
The configuration of this interface hast two different elements: La configuración de la antena WiFi es
dividida en dos partes fundamentales
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Radio configuration: In this part the RF parameters of the network can be configured. Operation
Mode, frequency, and bandwidth.
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Access point configuration: In this part the VAP (virtual access points) can be configured. For
each network the name and the security should be set.
Configuration of the radio interface
The WiFI interface supports the IEEE 802.11bgn standard.
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Enable Radio: It allows the activation of the WiFi network. This option is controlled by the switch
located on the front pannel of the product.
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WiFi Mode: Selects the WiFi mode
Estándar
Descripción
802.11b
802.11 supporting 11Mbps througput
802.11g
802.11 supporting 54Mbps througput
802.11ng20
802.11n supporting 144Mbps, througput with
20Mhz bandwidth channels.
802.11ng40plus
802.11ng40minus
802.11n supporting 300Mbps througput with
40Mhz bandwidth channels.
Channel: Indicates the channel being used by the WiFi network.Occupied bandwidth deppends
on the chosen WiFi mode. There are 13 possible channels.
Primary
channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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Frequency
(MHz)
2412
2417
2422
2427
2432
2437
2442
2447
2452
2457
2462
2467
2472
80211ng20
(20Mhz)
Blocks
1–3
1–4
1–5
2–6
3–7
4–8
5–9
6–10
7–11
8–12
9–13
10–13
11–13
80211ng40minus
80211ng40minus
40MHz above
40MHz below
2nd
2nd
Center Blocks
Center
Blocks
ch.
ch.
5
3
1–7
6
4
1–8
7
5
1–9
8
6
2–10
9
7
3–11
10
8
4–12
11
9
5–13
12
10
6–13
13
11
7–13
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
1 3
1–7
2 4
1–8
3 5
1–9
4 6
2–10
5 7
3–11
6 8
4–12
7 9
5–13
8 10
6–13
9 11
7–13
Transmission Power: Shows the RF power of the WiFi network. RF power will be set by the
working mode of the WiFi Network. Maximum allowed power for a WiFi network (+17dBm) will not
be exceeded. Minimum RF power will be +3dBm.
NOTE: RF power will be set by the switch on the front pannel of the product.
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Channel expansion Mode: Should
any of the 40MHZ bandwidth modes be chosen
(802.11ng40plus, 802.11ng40minus), this mode defines how the bandwidth expansion should be
done.
• Static: The bandwidth expansion is done following the channel table.
• Dynamic: The bandwidth expansion is done following an algorthm that identifies adjacent
channels to optimize overall performace of the system.
WiFi Access points configuration
Configuration of the access point is done through the definition of one or more VAPS (Virtual access
points).
For each of the interfaces it es needed to specify:
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New VAP: Defines a new WiFi VAP.
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SSID: (Service Set Identifier): Identifier (name) of the WiFi network.
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Hidden SSID: If this option is activated every user needs to manually configure the WiFi network
which will not be detected through an scann process.
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Device Mode: Operation mode of the equipment.
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Root AP: In this mode the WiFi interface performs as a Master AP, activating the WDS (Wireless
distribution System) mode. This mode builds a transparent bridge between the WiFi network and
the Ethernet interfaces in Router mode or a bridge WiFi-Ethernet-Coax/PLC in Bridge mode. This
is the recommended and factory default mode.
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AP: This mode is similar to the Root AP but with the WDS mode deactivated as this
protocol might not be supported by all WiFi enabled devices. In this mode there is no
transparent bridge between WiFi devices and the ethernet ports. WiFi user will only have
access to the WAN interface.
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WDS Station: This mode allows the product to work as a WiFi client of other WiFi
networks. It activates the WDS mode to guarantee connectivity to the Ethernet ports.
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Station: This mode is similar to the WDS Station mode but without a bridge between the
WiFi network and the ethernet ports.
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Security configuration of the WiFi network
The device supports four security levels on the WiFi network.
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NONE: WiFi network is open. There is no access restriction.
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WEP: (Wired equivalent privacy), legacy WiFi security protocol with low robustness. Its use is not
recommended but for compatibility reasons.
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Key Length: 64-bit or 128-bit WEP key length.
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Network Key: WEP Password, it must have 13 characters for 128 bits or 5 characters for
a 64 bit password.
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Index: There are up to four different keys. By selecting the index the desired key for the
VAP can be selected. This allows the change of keys within a list of used keys.
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK (WiFi Protected Access): Wireless protected access. Improved security
protocol for WiFi networks. WPA2 is the last version of this protocol.
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WPA Passphrase key: WiFi network password. Default password is: Televes1.
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Encryption method: WPA/WPA2
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TKIP: Encryption method for WPA/WPA2.
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◦ AES: Encryption method for WPA/WPA2. This is the most robust encyption
method and the recommended option.
Autentificación WiFi
Security level
NONE
No access restriction
WEP 64-bit
VERY LOW
WEP 128-bit
LOW
WPA/PSK
AVERAGE
WPA2/PSK
AVERAGE
WPA/AES
HIGH
WPA2/AES
HIGH
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Advanced configuration of the device
Routing tables
Routing tables allow setting routes based on ranges of IP adresses. For each route a gateway will be
defined. There are two ways to set these routing tables:
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RIP (Router Internet Protocol): This protocol allows different routers to exchange their routing
tables to establish the optimal route to forward IP packets.
The device can activate RIP in all or some of the interfaces.
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Static Router Table: It is possible to manually set IP routes. Tis routes are defined with the
following information:
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Destination network: Defined with a set of an IP Adress and a mask. For example:
10.0.0.1/255.0.0.0.
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Gateway: The router which will forward the traffic to their final destination.The IP Adress of the
gateway has to be within the same network range as the device.
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Setting up the time on the system
Time on the system can be set by configuring the NTP (network time protocol) and defining the servers
that will set the time. It has to be defined the Time Zone. GMT+0 is the default option.
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Advanced NAT Configuration
When the product is working in Router mode the NAT option will be automatically activated. Should this
option not be required, just unselect.
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Should the NAT option be activated, the following options will be available:
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ALG Configuration (Application Level Gateway): this option allows the possibility of adding to
the firewall advanced parameters so that the selected services will be supported. As an example ,
SIP service will allow an incomming call reaching the IP phone on the LAN even with the firewall
activated due to the fact that the VoIP telephone has been identified.This will be done in a
transparent mode for the end use without the need of further configuration.
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DMZ host (Demilitarized zone host): In this option a host on the LAN will have all ports open
except thoses mentioned on the NAT section (see next option).
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Virtual Server (Port Forwarding): This option allows the propagation of ports to the LAN. It
allows services such as web, ftp servers, etc to be reached from the Internet.
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As an example Port 1234 of the host 172.16.0.11, can be reached through port 1234 of the
router.
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Do take into consideration that it is recommended to assign a fixed IP Adress to those
services being on the NAT table. The Restricted IP Address will be helpful in this case.
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Changing the password
This option allows the change of the username and password to access the web interface of the product.
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It is strongly recommended to change de default user and password to increase security of the
system.
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Through the save and load configuration options it makes it easier to simplify the configuration of
a set of devices on a system.
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The Reset option will load factory default configuration including usename and password: user:
Admin password: Televes1.
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Device Restart: The device will reboot.
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Save Configuration: Saves the actual configuration of the device on a file. This file can be used
as backup or to clone this configuration in other devices.
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Load Configuration: Loads the configuration on a device. After the loading has finished, the
device will reboot and start with the new parameters.
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Firmware upgrade: This option will load a new firmware to the device. This file can only be
supplied by Televes. The upgrade process might take up to 3 minutes and the product should not
be powered off during this process as it might face permanent malfunction.
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Restore Factory Defaults: This option will restore the configuration of the product to factory
default. It has the same effect as pushung the reset button for over 5 seconds.
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Installing the CoaxData Home WiFi 1Gps
The Data Over Coax Gateway is preconfigured as an MxU slave, Coaxial, Mask 3[Coax 7,5-65MHz] to
be able perform a plug and play installation. This configuration assumes that there is a Televes mxU
Master (769201, 769202 or 769203) connected to a gateway with internet access. Ref 769301 performs
as an slave on the access points of the coaxial network.
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Setting up of the Master on the system
To guarantee the performance of the system it is necessary to install a Master device on the headend. To
configure the Master the CoaxManager application has to be used.
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Connection of the Master device
The following products are recommended as Master devices
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The Mater device on the headend bulds two connections:
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Conection to the Router/Gateway connected to the Internet: To get acces to the Internet the
Master hast to be connected to the Router/gateway connected to the Internet by means of an
Ethernet cable.
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Connection to the coaxial network: To connect the master to the coaxial network it is
recommended the use of a diplex filter to supress the ingress of noise in the return path (267,5MHz). The loss of this filter in the TV distribution band is <1dB. This filter can be installed
using coaxial cable leads with F connectors.
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Instalation of Ref. 769301 in the TV outlets.
The following instructions show the recommended steps to connect the Data Over Coax Gateway-HDTV
from the TV socket to your computer or wired device. Please note that there is no need for additional
hardware or software drivers.
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Working mode Master/Slave: Ref. 769301 is configured to MxSlave mode. Therefore it will
automatically connect to the system Master device. Please note that all other devices on the
network must be set to MxU Slave mode using the CoaxManager Software.
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Connection to a computer: The Data Over Coax Gateway includes 3 ethernet ports supporting
100/10 Mbps. It supports speed autonegotation and MDI-X avoiding the use of crossover ethernet
cables.
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Connect the ethernet cable to the port on your device and to the CoaxData. .
Verify that the configuration of the LAN card on your device is set to Auto (DHCP).
Write on the web browser the adress: http:172.16.0.1 . User: Admin, password: Televes1
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You can also access the device through the WiFi network. There are two possibilities to connect
to the wireless network:
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Search on the device for WiFi Network with the following name:: CoaxData-DoC-Wifi.
Default password (WPA2-PSK) is: Televes1
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Connection though WPS : Should your wireless device support this function, push the
WPS button on the front pannel of the Data Over Coax Gateway and then activate the
WPS mode on your device. Connection should be stablished automatically.
Connection to the coaxial network:
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Connect using a coaxial cable the TV+Data port on the device to the wall socket. Please
note that this wall socket must be return path capable.
If all devices are correctly connected the Coaxial Link Status LED should bright in the master as well as
in all slave devices.
Please take into consideration the default configuration of your Data Over Coax Gateway:
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Default IP adress http://172.16.0.1 .
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Default access parameters: user: Admin, password: Televes1
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Default SSID of the WiFi network is CoaxData-DoC-Wifi. Default password (WPA2-PSK) is:
Televes1
Do not forget the requirements of your coaxial network that will guarantee maximum performance of the
system:
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All elements on the coaxial network must support the return path band 2-67,5MHz. This applies
for taps, splitters, line amplifiers and TV sockets.
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Maximum supported attenuation in the return path band 2-67,5MHz. is 85 dB.
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The CoaxManager application includes a tool to evaluate the performance of the coaxial network.
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Specifications
WiFi Interface
• WiFi 802.11bgn
Range
with 2x2 MIMO.
• Coax Cable: 1.2Km
• Maximum througput 144Mbps for a 20MHz Channel
and 300Mbps for a 40MHz channel within 802.11n
• WiFi power selection by means of a front pannel
switch. Three positions, NORMAL, LOW POWER,
OFF.
• Maximum transmission power 17dBm in normal
mode. 3 dBm in low power mode.
• WPS Button (Wireless protected setup) for ease of
connection.
• WiFi Security WEP, WPA/WPA2 & 802.1x
Coaxial/PLC Interface
• PowerLine: 300 m
Protocols
• Multicast. QoS. IGMP snooping. MLDv2/IGMPv3/
IGMPv2.
• Four priorization queues.
• VLAN IEEE 802.1p based priorization
• Type of service (ToS) & Cos (Class of Service)
• Classification based on origin / destination MAC.
• Classification based on origin / destination Ip
Adress.
• More filters / classification protocols.
• Coaxial/PLC to ethernet adapter.
• Supports HomeNetworking and MDU/MTU modes.
• Up to 253 devices per Master in MDU/MTU mode.
• Protocol supports up to 4 Masters sharing the same
return path band with up 1012 devices.
Power supply
• 108V-254V~ 50/60Hz
• Power consmuption: 6 Watts Max
Working modes
• Frequency range : 2-67,5MHz
• TV Frequency range: 87-2150MHz
• HomeNetworking: Asyncronous mode based on
• Maximum attenuation: 85 dB
low lattency CSMA/CA.
• Output Level: 130 dbµV
• MxU: Syncronous mode token based (Hidden Node)
• Spectrum power density: –50dBm/Hz
• Minimum spectral power density: -135dBm/Hz
• Temperature range: -5ºC a 45ºC
syncronizing slaves and supporting long range.
Security
Coverage
• WiFi authentification including
802.1x.
• Coaxial Cable: 1.2Km
• Private network security based on NPW (Network
Password key).
• PowerLine: 300 m
Information LED’s
• Power LED: Power, active, booting & firmware error.
• Internet LED: Access to the
Internet. Bridge
mode.No network .
• WiFi LED: Normal Power, Low Power, OFF.
• Medium LED: Coax/Hybrid(Coax-PLC)
• Link LED: Link & activity indicator on Coax-PLC
• 100/10Mbps: Link & activity indicator on Ethernet
Modulation & Channel coding
• Wi-Fi DSSS (IEEE 802.11b) Wi-Fi OFDM (IEEE
802.11 g, n)
• Dynamic channel adaptation to transmission
conditions both in the coax & PLC medium.
Syncrhronization to power as condiciones del canal
coaxial y frequency 50/60 Hz.
• OFDM
2880 carriers, QAM
64/16/8, QPSK, BPSK & ROBO
WEP, WPA/WPA2 y
4096/1024/256/
mode.
• FEC (forward error correction) &
Convolutional Codes) error recovery.
TCC (Turbo
• AES-128 Encryption (NEK, Network Encrytion key).
• Configuration protection by means of NVAK (NonVolatile Access key).
Connectors
• EURO Power jack
• 2 x “F” 75 Ohm connectors. Low pass filter for DATA
(2-67,5Mhz) & high pass filter for TV services.
(87Mhz-2150Mhz).
• 3 x RJ45 Ethernet 100/10Mbps.Auto MDI/MDIX.
Norms
• EN 60950-1:2007/AC:2012: Product safety
• EN 55022:2008 Electromagnetic interference
• EN 55024:2011 Inmunity
• EN 50412-2-1:2006 Inmunity requirements in
low
power
networks
for
power
line
communications.
• EN 300 328 V1.7.1, EN 62311:2008: Radiation
norm in the 2.4 Ghz band.
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