Ref.769301 Data Over Coax Gateway

Ref.769301 Data Over Coax Gateway
Ref.769301
Data Over Coax Gateway
Content Index
Important safety information..................................................................................................................... 4
Main installation considerations................................................................................................................... 4
Safe operation..............................................................................................................................................4
Electric security markings............................................................................................................................ 4
Introduction............................................................................................................................................... 5
Data Over Coax Gateway............................................................................................................................ 5
Main Specifications...................................................................................................................................... 5
System requierements ................................................................................................................................ 6
Package content ........................................................................................................................................ 7
CoaxData range of products........................................................................................................................ 8
Getting to know the Data Over Coax Gateway....................................................................................... 9
Device connections...................................................................................................................................... 9
Front & rear pannel LEDs ......................................................................................................................... 11
Data Over Coax Gateway Configuration................................................................................................ 12
Web Interface Access................................................................................................................................ 12
Device Status............................................................................................................................................. 12
Setting up WAN mode............................................................................................................................ 17
AP Bridge Mode......................................................................................................................................... 17
Router Mode.............................................................................................................................................. 17
Setting up LAN interface........................................................................................................................ 18
WiFi interface set up............................................................................................................................... 19
Configuration of the radio interface............................................................................................................20
WiFi Access Point Configuration................................................................................................................22
Multiple VAP Restrictions........................................................................................................................... 23
Security configuration of WiFi network ..................................................................................................... 23
Setting WPS...............................................................................................................................................25
Create custom Bridges and Vlan interfaces........................................................................................... 26
System Interfaces description....................................................................................................................26
Operation Modes....................................................................................................................................... 26
Creating VLAN interfaces on the device.................................................................................................... 27
Creating VLANs on the device's Switch.................................................................................................... 27
Creating Bridge interfaces on the device................................................................................................... 29
Advanced Device Configuration............................................................................................................. 32
Default Configuration Behavior ................................................................................................................. 32
Internet test ............................................................................................................................................... 33
Routing tables............................................................................................................................................ 34
Setting up system time...............................................................................................................................34
Advanced NAT Configuration.....................................................................................................................35
Changing account password .................................................................................................................... 37
Device Management.................................................................................................................................. 38
Log Management....................................................................................................................................... 39
User Web account..................................................................................................................................... 40
Installing Data Over Coax Gateway....................................................................................................... 41
Setting up Coaxdata Master...................................................................................................................... 42
Connecting CoaxData Master....................................................................................................................42
Install 769301 Slave on TV outlets. .......................................................................................................... 43
Specifications......................................................................................................................................... 45
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Important safety information
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Please read this manual carefully before installing the product.
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To reduce risk of fire or electrical schock do not expose the equipment to rain or dampness.
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Do not remove 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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Product should not be exposed to watter splash. El aparato no debe ser expuesto a caídas o
salpicaduras de agua.
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Do not place product near heat sources or high humidity enviroment.
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Do not install the equipment in an unstable or vibrating surface where it could face a schock.
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 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 802.11bgn
for wireless devices.
Ref.769301 Data Over Coax Gateway includes power supply connector, two F connectors for TV and
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.
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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.
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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.
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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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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.
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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
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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.
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To configure the device it is needed a computer with an Ethernet 100BASE-TX or IEEE 802.11bgn
WiFI port.
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Complete web based software tool and advanced configuration application CoaxManager™
(basic configuration)/ CoaxManagerPro™ (advanced configuration). Software is avaliable on
www.televes.com.
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Package content
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User guide
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75 Ohm Coaxial load
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Euro Power Cord
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Data Over
Coax Gateway
Setup guide
75Ohm load
Power Cable
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CoaxData range of products
Ref.769301 is a part of a comprehensive range of products:
Ref.769201 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV
Ref.769202 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV with SFP
Ref.769203 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV 1XEth
Ref.769220 CoaxData™ Diplex filter TV-Data 2-68 Mhz / 87-2150 MHz
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
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. Each RJ45
support speed autonegotation 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.
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Configuration of coaxial interface of the product will be affected by this button and reset to factory.
Please note this as this is managed by using the CoaxManager application.
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IP default address is : 172.16.0.1/Mask: 255.255.255.0
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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. Siply 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
WiFi Switch allows three positions and hence WiFi status:
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OFF (left ): radio is off, LED will bright red indicating that device has been turned off WiFi.
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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.
Green: Normal working conditions.
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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.
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Red: Indicates that the device has detected an error while booting.
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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 link up as well as activity on the port. Each RJ45
port supports speed autonegotiation.
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Data Over Coax Gateway Configuration
Web Interface Access
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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 Data Over Coax Gateway and access the IP address:
http://172.16.0.1 Default user is. Admin and default password is : Televes1.
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To increase security, change account password through configuration options on the Device
Management section.
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If you forgot Username and/or Password please reset equipment to factory configuration with
factory button. Press button for at least 5 seconds.
Device Status
Device Information: Information about firmware and hardware version on the product.
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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 bridge on the three interfaces Coaxial/PLCEthernet-WiFi.
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Service Mode: Internet
Connection Name: 1_INTERNET_B_VID_0
Protocol: PPPoE_Bridged
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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 address being giben by the ISP’s gateway.
DNS Server: DNS server being being determined by the Gateway.
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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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Scan for Wireless Networks: Provides information of current wireless channels that are active and
the method of authentication to connect to them
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Ethernet Information: Shows assigned IP address (LAN IP address) as well as packets counters
of each three Ethernet interfaces.
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Advanced LAN Info: Provides additional information of the status of the LAN including ARPs table
or IPs assigned by DHCP if this service is active
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Setting up WAN mode
The working mode hast to be set through the Web interface on the Network Settings. Device has two
operating modes depending on the type of network 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.
NOTE: When AP Bridge Mode is set
CoaxManager(Pro)™ application can be
used to configure the coaxial/plc interface.
Router Mode
 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.
In this mode the CoaxManager(Pro)™
can only be used to connect remotely to
the modem via Coaxdata master of
coaxial installation.
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Router mode supports three protocols depending on the type of access to the internet: DHCP (Automatic),
Static Configuration 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.
 Static Configuration: Allows the manual
configuration of the IP parameters of the
WAN interface.
IP Address/Subnet Mask:
Gateway: IP address of the
connected to the Master device.
router
DNS: IP address of the Domain Names
Server
 PPPoE(Point-to-point protocol over Ethernet):
connection on the WAN interface is
established through a PPPoE connection.
This configuration needs a PPPoE server on
the WAN side.
User: PPPoE user name
Password: service password
Connection Trigger: Indicates wether the
connection is stablished On demand or
always On.
Setting up LAN interface
The product includes a LAN interface to stablish connection between the local devices and internet and to
build a bridge between the ethernet ports and the WiFi network.
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LAN Settings: This options configures IP address and network mask of the LAN inferface.
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DHCP Server: Allows activation of DHCP server which will assign addresses dynamically to each
device. The range of IP’s and lease time can be also defined.
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Restricted IP Address List: Device connected on the LAN needs a static IP address. This can be
set by matching desired IP address with MAC Host address in the DHCP server. A typical
application for this would be servers, STB’s, etc.
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WiFi interface set up
Wifi settings have the following options
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Save/Delete/Cancel: Save: Saves configuration changes; Delete: Deletes currently selected VAP;
Cancel: Deletes all changes made on wlan settings web page and restore to original values.
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Wireless Info: Provides information about the state of Wi, current channel, and the number of
stations currently connected to AP
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Scan for wireless network: Provides channel information of wireless AP that are active, the
channels occupied and methods of authentication. This option allows you to to select the most
appropriate AP channel depending on the already occupied channels.
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The configuration of this interface hast two different elements:
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Radio configuration: RF network parameters can be configured; Operation Mode, frequency, and
bandwidth use.
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Access point configuration: VAP (virtual access points) can be configured. For each network the
SSID name and the security should be set.
Configuration of the radio interface
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The WiFI interface supports the IEEE 802.11bgn standard.
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Enable Radio: Activate WiFi network. This option is controlled by the switch located on the front
pannel of the product and is not available on web. In case you want to use this option, you need to
disable wifi switch on web page in Device Management> Advanced Management.
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WiFi Mode: Selects the WiFi mode
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Standard
Description
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: Indicated the channel being used by the WiFi network.Occupied bandwidth depends on
WiFi mode. There are 13 possible channels.
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channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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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
6
4
7
5
8
6
9
7
10
8
11
9
12
10
13
11
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
1–7
1–8
1–9
2–10
3–11
4–12
5–13
6–13
7–13
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
en exceeded. Minimum RF power will be +3dBm.
Power is controlled by three position switch on the front of the device,
so your settings will be changed depending on the position of the front
switch.
In case you want to disable the wireless switch change disable switch in
Management> Advanced Management.
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Channel expansion Mode: Any of 40MHZ bandwidth modes could be chosen (802.11ng40plus,
802.11ng40minus), this mode defines how the bandwidth expansion should be done.
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Static: The bandwidth expansion is done following the channel table.
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Dynamic: The bandwidth expansion is done following an algorthm that identifies adjacent
channels to optimize overall performace of the system.
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WiFi Access Point Configuration
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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 thi 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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Repeater: In this mode the device acts as both an AP and as a station in a wireless channel,
increasing the network reach. AP mode extends the network coverage for new users, while the
station so acts as a client of existing root AP. This defines a WiFi network with the same security
parameters and pamper ESSID AP root and place the device in the middle point at which you want
to increase the scope of the network.
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Multiple VAP Restrictions
The following restrictions apply when the device has defined multiple VAPS
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The maximum number of VAPs that can be created is 8.
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Only one VAP Station / WDSStation can be configured on device. If there are multiple VAPs other
VAPs must be AP / RootAP / Repeater.
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In an environment with multiple VAPs if one of them is a Station/WDSStation, AP VAPs shall not
operate until the station is properly connected and authenticated on wifi network for which it has
been configured.
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In an environment with multiple VAPs if one of them is a Station/WDSStation activation of WPS on
VAPs are not allowed. This is because when multiple VAPs are defined, pressing WPS button
causes device station VAPs init WDS session and try to establish connection with AP for which the
has been configured, ant the other AP VAPs stop their transmissions. To avoid this, WPS option at
VAPs is not allowed.
Security configuration of WiFi network
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 recommended option.
WiFi
Authentication
Security
Level
NONE
No access restriction
WEP 64-bit
VERY LOW
WEP 128-bit
LOW
WPA/PSK
MEDIUM
WPA2/PSK
MEDIUM
WPA/AES
HIGH
WPA2/AES
HIGH
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Setting WPS
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The WPS (Wireless Protected Setup) allows device to configure passwords for wireless network easily.
Normally used with WPA / WPA2 authentication protocols.
WPS has the following settings:
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Disabled: WPS option is disabled.
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Configured: The WPS is enabled.
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Not Configured: This option allows first session of the WPS device to establish a new random
password for the wireless network and enter on Configured state.
WPS device supports two input methods.
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WPS PIN: 8-digit number that must be entered on the device you want to connect to the wireless
network. For this, the WPS must be enabled and you must enter PIN on the device you want to
connect to the wireless network.
Although initially the PIN was to consist of 8 decimal digits, the router allows the introduction of
digits and characters of any length in order to increase security in the field.
It is recommended that, if you use WPS PIN to establish wireless access, only desired wifi users
should know PIN to avoid unwanted access to network. If you want to disable WPS method of
establishment leave this field empty.
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WPS Button: This option, enabled by the front button of the device allows the WPS activate a
session connection with another device which activate WPS by pressing a button or by a software
that emulates the process. It has 2 minutes to connect to the wireless network and is indicated by
the orange flicker-Power LED on the front of the device.
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Create custom Bridges and Vlan interfaces
ref.769301 allows setup of custom bridges and VLAN interfaces. The following features are supported:
• VLAN creation over Coax, wireless and Ethernet interfaces.
• Bridge connection (Bridges) between physical interfaces (Ethernet, Coaxial or Wifi) and VLAN
interfaces
• PPPoE with VLAN: Support for packet routing through a PPPoE link over VLAN interface
• DHCP Client with VLAN: Support for packet routing through a VLAN interface configured with a
DHCP client.
Ref.769301 has four interfaces:
• Coaxial interface eth0: This interface is connected to the coaxial network. Internally this interface
is called eth0 and is the interface connected to the CoaxData master device.
• Ethernet LAN Interface eth1: This interface represents the device's Ethernet LAN ports. This
interface is connected internally to an internal switch that provides access to the three Ethernet
ports on the device.
• Wireless interface ath0: This interface represents the device's wireless access point. There is
typically a single VAP CoaxData-DoC-Wifi (ath0) in AP mode. The device would accept the
configuration of more VAPs, that internally would be named ath0, ath1, etc.
• Default Bridge br0: This bridge is created in the device between the Ethernet (eth1) and Wireless
(ath0) interfaces to provide ethernet bridge between the Ethernet and Wireless. The IP
configuration of the LAN (172.16.0.1) and the DHCP server operates on this interface.
Operation Modes
ref.769301 has two modes of operation
Router Mode
In this mode there are two networks.
WAN (eth0) network is connected to
the Coaxial network and LAN (br0)
network is connected to the Wireless
(ath0) and Ethernet (eth1) interfaces.
In this mode the device acts as a
router, routing packets from the
internal network (LAN) to the external
WAN.
AP Mode or Bridge Mode: In this
mode there is no WAN interface and
all interfaces (Coaxial: eth0, Wifi: ath0
and Ethernet eth1) are interconnected
to the LAN (br0), allowing a layer 2
communication between all interfaces.
In this mode the device works as a
transparent switch, relaying packets
between the different interfaces.
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Creating VLAN interfaces on the device
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In order to operate with VLAN tags in the device, it needs to have virtual interfaces configured, that will
receive traffic from an interface that incorporates an specific tag and transmit the traffic adding the VLAN
tag to it. To do this, it must be specified the VLAN tag that will be incorporated in the packets, called
VLANID.
La creación de VLAN es realizado en la ref.769301 a traves de la interfaz Web, en Network > Vlan
Settings
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Interface: Represents the interface on which the VLAN will operate, that is, indicate whether the
VLAN tag will apply to Coaxial (eth0), Ethernet (eth1) or Wireless (ath0).
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VlanID: Represents the VLAN tag to be incorporated into the packages, known as VLAN ID. This
value must be between [0..4094].
Once an interface is created using the Add Vlan option, a VLAN interfaces list configured in the device will
be displayed.
A standard notation is used on this document to identify the interface and packets with VLAN tags
transmited over that interface, consisting on the interface name followed by the corresponding VLANID. For
example, packets with VLANID tag 10 on the Coaxial eth0 interface will be marked with eth0.10.
Creating VLANs on the device's Switch
Ref.769301 has an internal switch that provides three RJ45 interfaces. This option allows the creation of
VLANs on the switch and the configuration of the Ethernet ports as members or not of the created VLANs.
To do this, both VLANs and how each port interact with those VLANs needs to be configured:
• VLANID: Identifies the VLAN to be created on the Switch. Only values in the range [2..4094] are
accepted. As Vlan1 is the default VLAN of the switch, it is reserved for internal use.
• CPU Port: Identifies the port of the Switch that is connected to the device processor.
• Ports LAN / WAN, LAN1 and LAN2: Are the three RJ45 ports of the device for Ethernet
connection.
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The following image shows a graphic representation of the switch operation:
To create a VLAN on the switch, the VLAN tag must be specified for the configuration of the switch:
And indicate how the switch ports
operate in that VLAN
-Off: The port is not a member of the
VLAN. Traffic associated with the VLAN
will not be transmitted through this
interface.
-Untagged: All untagged traffic arriving
to this interface will be considered a
member of the VLAN. Also, VLAN traffic
will be transmitted over this port without
any kind of Tag.
-Tagged: All traffic with the specified tag
will be assigned to this VLAN. This
VLAN traffic will be transmitted through
this port with the specified Tag.
Once established a VLAN entry in the switch, it has several options
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Change Vlan: Allows to change the port assignment to a particular VLAN.
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Delete Vlan: Allows to delete a VLAN entry in the switch.
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Each port can only be Untagged in one VLAN: A port can only be declared untagged in a single
VLAN. All traffic without tag arriving or departing from that interfacewill be associated with that
VLAN. This limitation comes from the fact that if a port is declared as untagged in two different
VLANs the device won't know to which VLAN associate the traffic.
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VLAN 1: VLAN tag 1 is used internally by the switch as a default VLAN. If there is no entry in the
configuration, all ports are members of VLAN 1 as untagged, which guarantees that initially all
switch ports are able to communicate with each other. This VLAN can not be used for creating
VLAN entries on the switch.
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CPU Port Tagged: When the CPU port is declared tagged in a VLAN, the device will automatically
create an interface in the system, therefore if an VLAN entry on the switch (for example VLAN 100)
configures the CPU Port as Tagged, eth1.100 interface is created so it can be used and added to a
particular bridge.
Creating Bridge interfaces on the device
In order to transmit or receive VLAN tags on the device, it is necessary to create a Bridge on the device
and then add the interfaces that operate in it. The function of the bridge is to allow communication between
different interfaces that have been added. This communication is at Ethernet packet level, layer2.
To create a Bridge in the device, it's needed:
• Bridge Name: This is a descriptive name of the Bridge, it will be used to identify it as an interface.
• Add New Bridge: Adds a new Bridge to the device
Once the Bridge is created it will appear in the system's List of Bridges Interfaces.
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Change Config: Changes the configuration of a Bridge. This configuration changes include the IP
Address assigned to the bridge and the Subnet Mask. This allows the operators to connect to the
device via the Bridge interface created. If no communication with the device through VLAN is
needed for maintenance operations, it is not necessary to specify any IP address associated with
the bridge.
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Delete Bridge: Removes a bridge from device.
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This configuration of the switch allows to assign certain ports to a specific VLAN. A series of checks are
included to ensure that the port settings are correct:
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The newly created Bridge will be incorporated as an interface to the system.
Next step is adding to the Bridge the interfaces that we want it to operate with. These interfaces might be:
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System Interfaces: These are the Coaxial, Wireless and/or Ethernet interfaces. When one of this
interface is added, it indicates that the bridge will operate on packets with or without tag arriving at
the bridge from this interface, unless a specific VLAN interface is created with a VLANID tag.
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VLAN Interfaces: These interfaces correspond to the tagged packets on the corresponding system
interface. This would be Coaxial, Ethernet or Wifi interface, configured with an specific VLAN ID tag.
When an interface is added to a bridge, it will not be available for other bridges of the system, since an
interface can be added only to one Bridge.
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Add: Adds an interface to a Bridge
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Remove: Removes the interface from a Bridge.
VLAN interface has been added to bridge created, br-vlan10, so traffic with VlanID 10 tag coming from the
coaxial, eth0.10, it will be handled by this bridge.
The following Picture graphically displays the system configuration
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VLAN10 tag coming from the Ethernet interface, we can create the corresponding VLAN interface
and add the new interface to the bridge, br-vlan10 in this example
According to this configuration:
Router: All untagged packets will be
routed normally.
br-vlan10: A bridge is create between
Coaxial interface (eth0.10) and
Ethernet interface (eth1.10) which
allows packets with tag VLAN 10 to
pass directly from the Coaxial to
Ethernet and vice versa.
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Advanced Device Configuration
Default Configuration Behavior
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By selecting Management> Advanced Management can define how the device buttons and LEDs
behave.
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Enable Factory Defaults Button: Activate factory settings button on the front of the device
(enabled by default). This button has a dual function depending on time is pressed
▪ Less than 5 seconds: always reboot the device.
▪ More than 5 seconds: If this option is enabled, it will restore the settings to factory defaults.
When disable factory defaults button, causes device settings can not be
changed by button press, allowing the supplier to retain its own settings in the
device and avoid user changes.
Although factory restore function is disabled may still be made through website
at Management > Device > Restore Factory.
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Enable Factory Defaults of CoaxData: Option allows when a factory defaults is performed on the
device by pressing the button or through the web page, they also do a factory defaults in CoaxData
modem.
This implies that the coaxial modem settings established by CoaxManager™ such as the
transmission mode and mask, QoS rules or prioritization will be restored to their default values.
Wifi Switch
This option sets when Wifi Switch controls activation and power of Wifi antenna.
• Wifi Switch: Enables the switch on the front of the device for setting the Wifi transmission mode
Normal/ LowPower/Off. If switch is enabled (default configuration) Radio and Power Transmission
options in Wlan Settings are not available and are controlled by switch.
This option allows providers to disable Wifi switch, so that the product can be
installed in accessible locations such as reception halls in hotels or open spaces
in public places, and prevent unwanted user manipulation.
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Shutdown Wifi LED Colour (OFF / RED): Selects the LED color when the wifi is turned off or the
power level is changed. You can enable the red LED on the front setting the color
(green/orange/red) or (green/green/off) for different transmission modes (normal/low power/off)
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This option allows providers to customize LED colors so red color disappears from the front.
Internet test
If the device is in router mode incorporates a LED that indicates Internet access status.
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Test Internet: Test modes
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Disable: Internet test will not be performed.
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Enable: Performs test periodically when timer expires
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LAN / WLAN Activity (default configuration): perform the test only if activity is detected on
the device. This activity is measured as receiving packets from the Ethernet LAN or WLAN
connection. This option saves bandwidth on the device since the devices that do not have any
active user does not perform any test.
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Test Timer: Allows test is performed periodically if test mode is enable or when detected
LAN/WLAN activity. Timer values of 1/2/5/10 minutes are available.
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Internet LED Colour (OFF/RED): Internet led colour indicating test result. OFF: When test fails
internet led off. RED: When the test fails, internet led lights red.
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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 address 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 address of the
gateway has to be within the same network range as the device.
Setting up system time
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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Routing tables allow setting routes based on ranges of IP addresses. For each route a gateway will be
defined. There are two ways to set these routing tables:
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Advanced NAT Configuration
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When are on Router mode, NAT option will be automatically activated. If this option is not required just
unselect.
When NAT enabled, 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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NAT Mode: Select most appropiate NAT Type on device
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Linux Native (more restrictive): Allows a port from an external host (hAddr: hport) can be
connected to a device on the LAN (iaddr: iPort) sending packets to WAN port (eAddr: ePort)
only if you have previously sent packets. This option allows only one external host and port to
which the connection is established initially to connect to the local service through NAT.
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Restriced Cone: Address Restricted Cone-NAT, allows an external host (hAddr: Any) can be
connected to a device on the LAN (iaddr: iPort) sending packets to WAN port (eAddr: ePort)
only if you have previously established a connection with it. This option allows once you have
set the NAT connection, any port on the host to which the connection has been established to
connect to the service established. Change the port of the established connection is allowed but
connection tries from other external IP address of the external host are denied.
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Cone (less restrictive): Allows from any external host (hAddr:hport) can be connected to a
device on the LAN (iaddr: iPort) sending packets to WAN port (eAddr: ePort). This option once
the connection has been established on the NAT, any external host and port to connect to the
service provided.
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Depending on the service that users
require the right type of NAT should
be established.
So for simple internet browsing the
most restrictive mode (LinuxMode)
is sufficient.
If users require advanced NAT
services necessary for some
services such as game servers,
STUN clients, torrent, etc. be
necessary to establish a less
restrictive NAT mode (Full Cone
NAT) so that any external host can
connect to the NAT connection
initially established.
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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 address to those services
being on the NAT table. The Restricted IP Address will be helpful in this case.
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Changing account 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
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.
When changes web access password, also change system accounts
password including services like login on ssh or serial port
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Device Management
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Web Configuration device management includes saving/loading configuration parameters, set factory
defaults, reboot and device firwmare upgrade
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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
devoce 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.
Upgrade process might take up to 3 minutes and the product should not
be powered off during this process as could cause permanent device
malfuncion
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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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Log Management
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Record: Enable/Disable logging system
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Record Level: If you have choose a record level,all the events which enjoy equal or higher level
will be recorded. Permitted levels ranging from the emergency level (system fault) to more
descriptive debug messages (Debugging)
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Access Records: Shows system events
The system also allows you to enable remote logs using network support and configure a remote server for
receiving them.
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Network Support: Network Support: Enables sending of logs generated by the system to a remote
server to store them for later review
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Hostname/IP Destination: Server name or IP destination address to which the logs will be sent. By
default if no port is specified at standard syslog (UDP port 514) will be sent. In case the destination
address specified with the format hostname[: port] or IP[: port] devices messages will be sent to the
specified port.
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Logging system allows to monitoring and register device operation. All activity is recorded: Web access,
New WiFi device association, network services, etc. ..
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User Web account
The Web interface has default account created specifically for user that only supports a limited set of
configuration
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Local network configuration: Supports the establishment of the network parameters of the local
network, this is Ethernet and Wifi.
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Wifi Settings: Supports set SSID and security settings on the Wifi network.
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To access this user account simply
access through login from the Web
Interface with the following parameters:
Username: username
Password: 123456
Next picture shows available options for user account:
This page user settings allows the installer provide access to local management of the device without
provide access to critical WAN (Coaxial) settings, in such a way that user can configure local network of
the device.
User also can provide a new username and/or password of your own account access.
Go to MANAGEMENT>USER MANAGEMENT
User Name: New username of user account
New Password: New password for access to
user account
Confirm the password: user account
password confirm
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Installing Data Over Coax Gateway
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The Data Over Coax Gateway is preconfigured as an MxU slave 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 Coaxdata Master
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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.
Connecting CoaxData Master
The following products are recommended as Master devices
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Ref.769201 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV
Ref.769202 CoaxData™ 1Gbps-HDTV with SFP
CoaxData Master device on the headend builds 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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Install 769301 Slave on 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 MxU Slave 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 address: http:172.16.0.1 . User: Admin, password: Televes1
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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.
Connection to the TV:
• Connect, using a coaxial cable, the TV F port on the device to a TV reception system or a
set-top box.
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 address http://172.16.0.1 .
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:
 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.
 Maximum supported attenuation in the return path band 2-67,5MHz. is 85 dB.
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CoaxManager application includes a tool to evaluate the performance of the coaxial network.
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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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Specifications
WiFi Interface
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
• 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.
• Frequency range : 2-67,5MHz
• PowerLine: 300 m
Quality of Service QoS
Multicast. 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
address.
• More filters / classification protocols.
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Power supply
• 108V-254V~ 50/60Hz
• Power consmuption: 6 Watts Max
Working modes
• HomeNetworking: Asyncronous mode based on
• TV Frequency range: 87-2150MHz
low lattency CSMA/CA.
• Maximum attenuation: 85 dB
• MxU: Syncronous mode token based (Hidden Node)
• Output Level: 130 dbµV
syncronizing slaves and supporting long range.
• Spectrum power density: –50dBm/Hz
• Minimum spectral power density: -135dBm/Hz
Security
• Temperature range: -5ºC a 45ºC
• WiFi authentification including
802.1x.
Coverage
WEP, WPA/WPA2 y
• Private network security based on NPW (Network
• Coaxial Cable: 1.2Km
Password key).
• PowerLine: 300 m
• AES-128 Encryption (NEK, Network Encrytion key).
• Configuration protection by means of NVAK (Non-
Information LED’s
Volatile Access key).
• 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
• 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.
Modulation & Channel coding
Norms
• 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
4096/1024/256/
mode.
• FEC (forward error correction) &
Convolutional Codes) error recovery.
TCC (Turbo
Connectors
• 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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• WiFi 802.11bgn
Range
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