User Manual and Documentation Accessory Box

User Manual and Documentation Accessory Box
User Manual and Documentation
The Nomadix product user manuals, product documentation and support files including MIB,
XML DTD and sample dictionary files are located at the following URL:
http://www.nomadix.com/current_releases.php
If you have any problems, please contact our technical support team at +1.818.575.2590, or
email: support@nomadix.com.
This quick start document provides instructions and reference material for getting started with the
Nomadix Access Gateway products, specifically the AG 2400 and AG 5800.
Accessory Box Contents
AG 2400
AG 5800
1 – U.S. (NEMA 5-15p) Power Cord
1 – U.S. (NEMA 5-15p) Power Cord
1 – EU (Schuko CEE7/7) Power Cord
1 – EU (Schuko CEE7/7) Power Cord
1 – 6’ RJ45 – DB9 Console Cable
1 – 6’ RJ45 – DB9 Console Cable
2 – Rack Mount Brackets and PS bracket
2 – Rack Mount Brackets
1 – Bumper and Screw Kit
1 – Bumper and Screw Kit
Start Here
1. Unpack the Nomadix Access Gateway and place the product on a flat and stable work surface.
2. Register the gateway for support services by completing and returning the Nomadix Gateway
Registration Form - hardcopy enclosed or obtain the form online at
http://business.nomadix.com/registration.
3. Connect the power cord.
4. There are two ways to connect to the Access Gateway (AG):
a. Serial Connection:
i. Connect the RJ45 console cable to the product’s console port and the DB9
female to your computer.
ii. Start a HyperTerminal (or equivalent) session to communicate with the AG via
the product’s console interface. Use the following configuration settings for your
session:
Bits per Second
Data Bits
Parity
Stop Bits
Flow Control
9600
8
None
1
None
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b. Subscriber-side Ethernet Connection:
i. Connect a cross-over Ethernet cable between the product’s Eth1 port and your
computer’s Ethernet port.
ii. Setup a SSH client to establish a SSH session to communicate with the NSE
gateway via the administrative IP address after the Access Gateway finishes
powering up. The administrative IP address is 172.30.30.172.
IP Address
172.30.30.173
Netmask
255.255.0.0
Gateway
172.30.30.172
DNS (If Required)
4.2.2.1
5. Power up your computer and turn on the product. You can then configure the WAN for a static
IP address, DHCP Client or PPPoE client using appropriate configuration guidelines that follow
in order to obtain the license key. Once the key has been obtained, the web management
interface (WMI) can be used to continue configuration.
Configuration
Note: The WAN port of the AG must be connected to a live network that can access the Internet in
order to retrieve the license key from the license key server.
Log in by typing admin then password: admin. Type y[es] when prompted to configure settings.
The initial minimal WAN port configuration mode will be displayed as shown in Figure 1.
Ready.
Press enter to login.
NSE
Login: admin
Password: *****
NO LICENSE KEY HAS BEEN ENTERED. A LICENSE KEY MUST BE ENTERED
IN ORDER TO PROCEED WITH INSTALLATION.
SEE USER'S GUIDE FOR LICENSE KEY INFORMATION.
INSTALLATION WILL NOW TRY TO CONTACT THE NOMADIX LICENSE KEY SERVER.
IN ORDER TO PROCEED, THE NSE MUST BE ABLE TO CONNECT TO THE INTERNET.
DO YOU WANT TO CONFIGURE THE NSE'S IP AND DNS SETTINGS? [yes/no]: y
Configuring minimal WAN interface connectivity parameters:
Configuration Mode
[static
] (static, dhcp, pppoe) :
Figure 1: Initial minimal WAN port configuration.
Select the desired configuration mode and use the following steps to configure the WAN port for
either Static IP, DHCP client or PPPoE.
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Step 1a: Static WAN IP Configuration
Accept static as the default configuration mode and enter the following mandatory settings
shown in Figure 2.
Configuring minimal WAN interface connectivity parameters:
Configuration Mode
[static
] (static, dhcp, pppoe) :
IP Address
[10.0.0.10
] : Your WAN IP address
Subnet Mask
[255.255.255.0 ] : Your subnet mask
Gateway IP
[10.0.0.1
] : Your gateway IP address
WAN 802.1Q tagging
[Disabled
] :
VLAN ID
[1
] :
DNS Domain Name
[nomadix.com
] :
DNS Server 1
[0.0.0.2
] : Your primary DNS IP
DNS Server 2
[0.0.0.0
] :
DNS Server 3
[0.0.0.0
] :
Figure 2: Initial WAN port settings.
A WAN port summary page will then be displayed as shown in Figure 3.
Port Name
Port Role
Configuration Mode
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway IP
WAN 802.1Q tagging
VLAN ID
DNS Domain Name
DNS Server 1
DNS Server 2
DNS Server 3
Additional NAT IP addresses
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
WAN
wanIf
static
Your IP address
Your subnet mask
Your gateway IP addrss
Disabled
1
nomadix.com
Your primary DNS IP address
0.0.0.0
Disabled
show all
- Show all WAN Interface configuration
show interface <name>
- Show a single WAN Interface configuration
modify interface <name> - Modify a single WAN Interface configuration
Type b to go back, <esc> to abort, ? for help.
Ethernet port/WAN interface configuration>
Figure 3: WAN port static IP configuration summary page.
If everything is correct in the summary, type b[ack] to return to the previous menu, and proceed
to Step 2 to enter the location information.
Otherwise, select an option from the Ethernet port configuration menu to display or make
changes to the WAN port settings. When finished with the settings, type b[ack] to return to the
previous menu, and go to Step 2.
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Step 1b: DHCP Client Configuration
Type d[hcp] for the configuration mode as shown in Figure 4.
Configuring minimal WAN interface connectivity parameters:
Configuration Mode
[static
] (static, dhcp, pppoe) : d
WAN 802.1Q tagging
[Disabled
] :
VLAN ID
[1
] :
DNS Server 3
[0.0.0.0
] :
Figure 4: Selecting DHCP Client for WAN configuration.
A WAN port summary page will then be displayed as shown in Figure 5.
Port Name
Port Role
Configuration Mode
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway IP
WAN 802.1Q tagging
VLAN ID
DNS Domain Name
DNS Server 1
DNS Server 2
DNS Server 3
Additional NAT IP addresses
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
WAN
wanIf
dhcp
Your IP address
Your subnet mask
Your gateway IP addrss
Disabled
1
Your domain name
Your primary DNS IP address
0.0.0.0
Disabled
show all
- Show all WAN Interface configuration
show interface <name>
- Show a single WAN Interface configuration
modify interface <name> - Modify a single WAN Interface configuration
Type b to go back, <esc> to abort, ? for help.
Ethernet port/WAN interface configuration>
Figure 5: WAN port DHCP client configuration summary page.
If everything is correct in the summary, type b[ack] to return to the previous menu, and proceed
to step 2 to enter location information.
Otherwise, select an option from the Ethernet port configuration menu to display or make
changes to the WAN port settings. When finished with settings, type b[ack] to return to the
previous menu, and go to step 2.
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Step 1c: PPPoE Dynamic IP Client Configuration
Enter p[ppoe] when prompted. Enter the following mandatory settings for a PPPoE connection
with dynamic PPP IP configuration shown in Figure 6.
Configuring minimal WAN interface connectivity parameters:
Port Role
[wanIf
] (outOfService, subscriberIf,
w
anIf) :
Configuration Mode
[static
] (static, dhcp, pppoe) : p
PPPoE Service Name
[
] : ("none" to clear) : Your
Service
LCP Echo-Request Interval
[30
] :
Maximum LCP Non-responses
[6
] :
PPP Authentication User Name
[
] : ("none" to clear) : Your
User Name
PPP Authentication Password
[
] : ("none" to clear) : Your
Password
PPP IP Configuation Mode
[dynamic
] (dynamic, static) :
PPP Static IP Address
[0.0.0.0
] :
PPP Maximum TCP MSS
[1452
] :
WAN 802.1Q tagging
[Disabled
] :
VLAN ID
[1
] :
DNS Domain Name
[nomadix.com
] :
DNS Server 3
[0.0.0.0
] :
Figure 6: Selecting PPPoE with dynamic IP configuration.
A WAN port summary page will then be displayed as shown in Figure 7.
Port Name
Port Role
Configuration Mode
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway IP
PPPoE Service Name
LCP Echo-Request Interval
Maximum LCP Non-responses
PPP Authentication User Name
PPP Authentication Password
PPP IP Configuation Mode
PPP Static IP Address
PPP Maximum TCP MSS
WAN 802.1Q tagging
VLAN ID
DNS Domain Name
DNS Server 1
DNS Server 2
DNS Server 3
Additional NAT IP addresses
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
WAN
wanIf
pppoe
Your IP address
Your subnet mask
Your gateway
Your Service Name
30
6
Your user name
Your password
dynamic
0.0.0.0
1452
Disabled
1
Your domain name
Your dns server IP address
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
Disabled
show all
- Show all WAN Interface configuration
show interface <name>
- Show a single WAN Interface configuration
modify interface <name> - Modify a single WAN Interface configuration
Type b to go back, <esc> to abort, ? for help.
Ethernet port/WAN interface configuration>
Figure 7: WAN port PPPoE client configuration summary page.
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If everything is correct in the summary, type b[ack] to return to the previous menu, and proceed
to step 2 to enter location information.
Otherwise, select an option from the Ethernet port configuration menu to display or make
changes to the WAN port settings. When finished with settings, type b[ack] to return to the
previous menu, and go to step 2.
Step 1d: PPPoE Static IP Client Configuration
Use the same steps for configuring dynamic PPPoE shown in Figure 6 above, but select static for
PPP IP Configuration Mode, and enter your IP address for PPP Static IP Address. A summary
page similar to Figure 7 above will be displayed.
If everything is correct in the summary, type b[ack] to return to the previous menu, and proceed
to step 2 to enter location information.
Otherwise, select an option from the Ethernet port configuration menu to display or make
changes to the WAN port settings. When finished with settings, type b[ack] to return to the
previous menu, and go to step 2.
Step 2: Entering Your Location Information
You will be required to enter location information in order to obtain the license key. Enter the
following mandatory location information details shown in Figure 8.
Ethernet port/WAN interface configuration>b
Please enter your Company Name
Please enter your Site Name
Please enter your Address (Line 1)
(Line 2)
(City)
(State)
(ZIP/Postal Code)
(Country)
Please enter your E-Mail Address
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
]:
]:
]:
]:
]:
]:
]:
]:
]:
Your company name
Your site name
Your site city
Your site state
Your site country
email address
Please select the venue type that most reflects your location
1. Apartment
...
25. Other
Please enter a number from the above list: Venue Type
Figure 8: Site location details.
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Step 3: Retrieving Your License Key
The system will now prompt you to accept or decline the End User License Agreement (EULA).
You must accept the terms of the EULA before the AG can retrieve its license key. To retrieve
the license key, enter y[es] as shown in Figure 9. The AG retrieves the license key from the
Nomadix license key server, then reboots.
PLEASE READ THE NOMADIX END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ('AGREEMENT') INCLUDED
WITH THE NOMADIX PRODUCT.
BY USING THIS SOFTWARE, YOU INDICATE YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE AGREEMENT.
I AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE NOMADIX END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT.
(Y)ES
(N)O
y
The system will now try to contact the Nomadix License Key Server.
Please wait...
Received key from License Key Server.
If the license key is successfully processed the unit will reboot...
Figure 9: License key retrieval.
NOTE: The date and time the gateway receives a valid license from our server for the first time is
considered the Software License Subscription start date.
Step 4: Configuring the System
Log in to the AG and use the graphical Web Management Interface (WMI) to configure the
product’s features. You have now established a basic configuration for the AG that enables
internet connectivity.
For additional information about the available AG features, refer to Chapter 2 of the User Guide
specific to your AG. For example:

To establish various billing and authentication methods, see Defining the AAA Services.

To establish hotel billing, see Assigning a PMS Service.
Step 5: Configuring AG DHCP Server Settings
DHCP Server is enabled by default. To configure the DHCP Server, go to DHCP under the
Configuration menu. You can either modify the default DHCP pool or delete/add another DHCP
pool. The total lease pool size recommendation is 75% more than the number of licensed
subscribers.
DHCP Parameter
Your Settings
Default Values
DHCP Services (Disable)
no
DHCP Relay (Yes / No)
no
If No, skip to DHCP Server
DHCP Relay Server IP Address
blank
DHCP Relay Agent IP Address
blank
DHCP Server (Yes / No)
Only if the DHCP Relay is disabled
yes
DHCP Server IP Address
10. 0. 0.4
7
DHCP Server Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
DHCP Pool Start IP Address
10.0.0.12
DHCP Pool End IP Address
10.0.0.72
DHCP Lease Minutes
1440
An example of a basic network including an AG is shown in Figure 10.
Figure 10: Example of a network setup.
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