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1. Introduction _______________________________________________________________4
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Applications _________________________________________________________________ 4 Functional Components ______________________________________________________ 4 Interface _____________________________________________________________________ 4 LED _________________________________________________________________________ 5 Certifications ________________________________________________________________ 7 Standard Compliance_________________________________________________________ 7 Working Environment ________________________________________________________ 8 System Requirements ________________________________________________________ 8 Safety _______________________________________________________________________ 8

2. ONT Configuration ________________________________________________________9


2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 ONU Login Preparation _______________________________________________________ 9 Login ONU___________________________________________________________________ 9 Introduction to Configuration Pages __________________________________________ 10 Status ______________________________________________________________________ 10 Device Information_______________________________________________________________ 10 LAN Status ______________________________________________________________________ 11 WAN Status _____________________________________________________________________ 11 Network ____________________________________________________________________ 12 LAN ____________________________________________________________________________ 12 WAN ____________________________________________________________________________ 13 WiFi ____________________________________________________________________________ 15 Routing _________________________________________________________________________ 18 DNS ____________________________________________________________________________ 19 TR-069 __________________________________________________________________________ 20 Security ____________________________________________________________________ 20 Firewall _________________________________________________________________________ 21 MAC Filter_______________________________________________________________________ 21 IP Filter _________________________________________________________________________ 22 DMZ and ALG ___________________________________________________________________ 24 Application _________________________________________________________________ 25 Port Forwarding _________________________________________________________________ 25 DDNS ___________________________________________________________________________ 26 NTP _____________________________________________________________________________ 27 USB Storage ____________________________________________________________________ 28 Maintain ____________________________________________________________________ 28 Password _______________________________________________________________________ 28 SLID Configuration ______________________________________________________________ 29 Backup and Restore _____________________________________________________________ 30 Firmware Upgrade _______________________________________________________________ 31 Reboot Device ___________________________________________________________________ 32
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2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.5 2.5.6

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2.7.1 2.7.2 2.7.3 2.7.4

2.8

2.8.1 2.8.2 2.8.3 2.8.4 2.8.5

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Factory Default __________________________________________________________________ 33 Diagnose________________________________________________________________________ 34

3. Frequent Asked Questions ________________________________________________35 4. Abbreviations ____________________________________________________________36

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1. Introduction
G-93RG1 (Hereafter referred as ONU) is a highly integrated GPON access device. This device provides high performance access services for end users, SOHO (Small Office Home Office) and small companies.

1.1 Applications
z z z z z z z z SOHO Small Company Network TV High Speed Bandwidth Sharing Shared High Speed Internet Accessing Audio, Video Stream Transmission PC File and Application Sharing Network and Online Game

1.2 Functional Components


z z z z z z z z z z 1 2.5G/1.25G GPON Port 4 10M/100M Ethernet Ports 2 Audio Ports 2 USB2.0 Host Ports Friendly Web Based Configuration GUI, Supporting IPSec VPN Supports Port Triggering Function. Opens the Specific Ports for Games and Applications Automatically. Configurable DHCP Server Complies with All the Standard Network Applications Supports Virtual Server, IP Filter, DMZ Hosts, etc Simple Web based Display for System Configuration Status, and Connecting to the Configuration Pages

1.3 Interface

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See below table for the descriptions of ONT interfaces and buttons:
Interface Description

Wireless Coding Reset Wierless Network G

Start the negotiation of wireless encryption method Reset to factory default Enable wireless function SC/APC Optical Interface, connecting to fiber

LAN 1/LAN2/LAN3/LAN4 RJ-45 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Interface, connecting to PC or Set-Top-Box USB USB 2.0 host Interface, connecting to USB storage device

POTS 1 / POTS 2 DC 12V Power Switch

RJ-11 Telephone Interface, connecting to telephone 12 V DC power input interface, connecting to power adapter Power switch, used to switch on/off the ONT power

1.4 LED

See below table for the descriptions for ONU LEDs:

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Color

Status

Description

Solid Power Green OFF

Normal Power

No Power PON link is OK

Solid LINK Green OFF

PON link is NOT OK

Solid Blink

ONU is authorized

AUTH

Green

OFF

ONU is NOT authorized

Solid

Wireless Interface Enable

WLAN

Green

Blink

Data transmitting at wireless interface

OFF

Wireless interface disable, or system power off

Green

Solid

Solid for more than 5 minutes, means registration successful

Yellow

Blink

0.2 second on, 0.1 second off, means WPS button was pressed, accepting wireless card registration

WPS Red Blink

0.1 second frequency, means registration failed Blink 5 times in 0.1 second frequency, then turn off for 0.5 second, means there are 2 or more wireless cards are registering at the same time

Green

OFF

WPS function not enable, or system power off

Solid USB Green

USB interface connected and working on host mode, but there is no data transmission USB interface has data transmission

Blink

OFF

USB interface has no connection, or system power off.

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Solid VoIP Green OFF

Already register to soft-switch, VoIP service ready

Can not register to soft-switch, or system power off

Solid

Already register to soft-switch, but no service flow

Blink POTS1/ Green POTS2

There is service flow on this port

OFF

System power off, or is not registered to soft-switch

Solid

LAN port connected, but no data transmission.

LAN1/LAN2 /LAN3 /LAN4 Green

Blink

LAN port has data transmission

OFF

LAN port is not connected to terminal device (i.e. PC, settop-box), or system power off

1.5 Certifications
FCC Class B CE Mark

1.6 Standard Compliance


z z z z z z z z Comply to ITU-T G.984.1, G.984.2, G.984.2 amd1, G.984.3, G.984.4, G.983.2 Comply to IEEE 802.11 b/g/n RFC2516 PPP Over Ethernet (PPPoE) RFC1332 PPP Internet Protocol Control Protocol RFC894 A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over Ethernet Networks RFC1042 A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams over IEEE 802 Networks IEEE802.3

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1.7 Working Environment


z z z z Working Temperature: 0C~40C32F~104F Storage Temperature: -40C~70C-40F~158F Working Humidity: 10%~90%, non condensed Storage Humidity: 5%~95%, non condensed

1.8 System Requirements


Recommend to use bellowing system requirements: z z z z Pentium 233 MHz or above Memory64MB or above 10M Base-T Ethernet or above Windows 9xWindows 2000Windows XPWindows MEWindows NT

1.9 Safety
z z z Always use caution when handling live electrical connections. Do not install electrical equipment in wet or damp conditions. Ensure that the power source for the system is adequately rated to assure safe operation and provides current overload protection. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cable, and do not place this product where people will stand or walk on the power cable. To avoid electric shock of user which caused by over-voltage from PSTN, DO NOT connect the POTS port on this unit directly to external PSTN line. This unit can only be used with the certified adaptor model inside the package, which complies with the requirement of limited power source.

DANGER: Do not open the enclosure without permission and technical support, which is dangerous and voids the warranty.

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2. ONT Configuration
2.1 ONU Login Preparation
Before accessing ONU, make sure the connection between PC and ONU is correct. Step 1 Configure IP address, for example: 192.168.1.X 2~254 , mask 255.255.255.0, Gateway 192.168.1.1. For different ONU version, please make the configuration according to the actual version. Step 2 Ping ONU IP address (Default is 192.168.1.1).

If PC can ping the ONU IP address, it means the connection between PC and ONU is correct.

Note: When using Web GUI to configure ONU, dont turn off the ONU power during the configuration. Otherwise the ONU might be damaged.

2.2 Login ONU


Please use following steps to login the ONU. Step 1 Step 2 Open IE browser, enter http://192.168.1.1 (ONU default IP address) in the address bar Enter administrator user name and password in the login window.

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After login to ONU with administrator, you can query, configure and modify ONU setups. Some configuration and modification might have effect only after restart of ONU.

2.3 Introduction to Configuration Pages


ONU Web Configuration Interface includes two parts: The left page is the navigation bar. By clicking the links, you can enter relevant configuration pages. The right of the page is configuration area. The content of this area will change according to the selection in navigation bar. Please refer to bellowing sections for detail service configurations.

2.4 Status
After successful login, the default page is Status. There are 3 second level selections in Status page, they are Device Information, LAN Status, WAN Status.

2.4.1 Device Information


In Device Information page, you can view the Device Name, Serial Number, Hardware Version, Software Version and Device Running Time.

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2.4.2 LAN Status


In LAN Status page, you can view the information of Wireless Interfaces and Ethernet interfaces. For Wireless interface information, you can view the Wireless Status, Wireless Channel, SSID name, and encryption method, etc. For Ethernet Interfaces information, you can view the Ethernet IP information, MAC address, packet received and transmitted information, etc

2.4.3 WAN Status


In WAN Status page, you can view the WAN Connection List, Connection Mode, Enable/Disable, VLAN, Link Status, Pon Link Status, Up FEC Enable, Down FEC Enable, TX Packets, Rx Packets, Tx Dropped and Rx Dropped.

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2.5 Network
In Network page, there are 6 second level selections. They are LAN, WAN, WiFi, Routing, DNS, TR069.

2.5.1 LAN
LAN configuration is used to configure ONU maintenance address, and DHCP related parameters.

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Below is the description for the parameters:


Parameter / Button Description

Start IP Address of DHCP address pool DHCP Start IP Address

End IP Address of DHCP address pool DHCP End IP Address

DHCP Lease Time

Input IP Address Lease Time

Bind MAC Address

Bind the specific MAC and IP address for DHCP

Bind IP Address

Bind the specific MAC and IP address for DHCP

Add Button

Add a MAC to IP binding rule

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it. Restart the device to make the modification to take effects.

2.5.2 WAN
WAN configuration is used to configure the WAN connection parameter, including WAN basic setup, and WAN IP mode setup. In WAN connection list, select Create a new WAN connection.

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Below is the description for the parameters


Parameter WAN Connection List Description By default there is a TR069 connection. Another option is to create a new WAN connection. Delete Select this check box to delete this WAN connection.

Enable/Disable

Select or unselect this check box, to enable or disable this WAN connection.

Service

There are 4 service types. They are VOIP/ TR069/ Internet/ others.

Enable VLAN

Select this check box to enable VLAN feature. When selected, the below VLAN ID setup, and 802.1p priority setup will be configurable. Otherwise they can not be configured.

VLAN ID

Setup VLAN ID of WAN.

VLAN PRI

IEEE 802.1p Priority of WAN

WAN IP Mode

Used to select the method to get the WAN IP address. There are 3 options: PPPoE, DHCP, and Static IP. If PPPoE is selected, it will be requested to input username/password, and keep alive time. If Static IP is selected, it will be requested to input the IP address, netmask and gateway address.

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it. Restart the device to make the modification to take effects.
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2.5.3 WiFi
WiFi configuration is used to configure the basic wireless network parameters. You can enable or disable wireless function, setup SSID, setup encryption method and key. The basic and advance configuration, and SSID setup are included in the same page.

Below is the description for the parameters:


Parameter Description

Enable Mode

To enable or disable Wi-Fi To set the Wi-Fi working mode, there are 5 options:

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Channel

To select the Wi-Fi working channel, there are 12 options:

Transmitting Power

To set the percentage of transmitting power out of the maximum, there are 4 options

Wi-Fi MAC filter SSID Select

To enable or disable Wi-Fi MAC filter To select which SSID to be configured, there are up to 4 SSIDs supported:

SSID Name Enable SSID SSID Broadcast SSID Isolate Enable WPS

To configure the name of the selected SSID To enable or disable SSID To enable or disable SSID broadcast, SSID is visible when SSID broadcast enable, SSID is hidden when SSID broadcast disabled. To enable or disable SSID isolation function. PCs in different SSIDs cannot be reached by each other when SSID isolate enabled, vice versa. To enable or disable WPS function. When WPS disabled, the following items WPS Mode and PIN Code Number are not available to be configured. To select the WPS working mode, there are 2 options:

WPS Mode

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PIN Code Number WPS Connect button Encrypt Mode

When PBC is selected, the following item PIN Code Number is not available to be configured. To configure the PIN Code, it is only available when WPS is in PIN mode. To initiate WPS process softly

To select the Encryption mode of Wi-Fi, there are 4 options:

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When OPEN selected, no security is applied to WiFi, WiFi configurationisfinishedhere. When WEP selected, the following items will be showed and need tobeconfigured.

When WPA/WPA2 Personal selected, the following items will be showedandneedtobeconfigured.

When WPA/WPA2 Enterprise selected, the following items will be showedandneedtobeconfigured.

WEP Encryption Mode WEP encryption Level WEP Key To set the WEP working mode, there are 2 options:

64bit or 128bit

Should be 10 Hex or 5 Characters when 64bit selected as the WEP encryption level. Should be 23 Hex or 10 Characters when 128bit selected as the WEP
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WPA Version

encryption level. To select the WPA mode, there are 3 options:

WPA Encryption Mode

To select the WPA encryption Mode, there are 3 options:

WPA Key RADIUS Server RADIUS Port

Should be 8-64 characters in length To configure the IP address the RADIUS server To configure the port of the RADIUS server

2.5.4 Routing
Routing configuration is used to configure the static routing parameters.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter IP Protocol Version Description Select the IP Protocol Version

Destination IP Address Input the destination IP address

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Destination Netmask Gateway Address IPv4 Interface Add Button

Input the destination Subnet Mask Input the outgoing gateway address Select the WAN ports that this route uses Click this button, to add a new static routing rule for above parameters.

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it. Restart the device to make the modification to take effects.

2.5.5 DNS
DNS configuration is used to configure the static DNS information

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter/Button Description

Domain Name

Input the domain name here

IP Address

Input the related IP address of the domain name

Add Button Delete Button

Click Add button to add this DNS entry Click Delete button to delete this DNS entry

After configuration is done, click the Save button to save it.

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2.5.6 TR-069
Manage remote ITMS server configuration.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter/Button Description Select or unselect this check box, to enable or disable periodical Inform

Periodic Inform Enable

Periodic Inform Interval(s)

The duration in seconds to give connection request to ITMS server ITMS server address ITMS server user name for ONU to access it. ITMS server password for ONU to access it.

URL Username Password

Connect Request Username User name for ITMS Server to access ONU

Connect Request Password Password for ITMS Server to access ONU After configuration is done, click the Save button to save it.

2.6 Security
There are 4 second level selections in the Security page. They are Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter and DMZ and ALG

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2.6.1 Firewall
In Firewall page, one can select firewall security level, and whether to enable protection for DoS attack.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Description Select firewall level. Select High to block all the non-secure external accessing. Select Middle or Low to allow external accessing for HTTP, FTP, ICMP protocols. Suggest to set the level to High. Enable or Disable DoS Attack Prevention. DoS is Deny of Service Attact. Enabling this option can increase the network security effectively

Security Level

Attack Protect

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it.

2.6.2 MAC Filter


In MAC Filter page, one can add MAC filtering rules

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Description Select or unselect this checkbox, to enable or disable MAC address filtering function. Input MAC Address Include Black List and White List. Black List means access denied for MACs that fit this filtering rule. White list means access allowed for MACs that fit this filtering rule. Click this button, to add a new filtering rule for above parameters Including two options: deny, or accept. Its used for the MACs that can not meet all the filtering rules.

Enable MAC Filter

MAC Address

MAC Filter Mode

Add Button

Default Policy

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it.

2.6.3 IP Filter
In IP Filter page, one can add IP filtering rules.

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Enable IP Filter Description Select or unselect this check box, to enable or disable IP filtering function. Include two mode: Drop or Accept. Drop means blocking the IP flows that meet the rule. Accept means allowing the IP flows that meet the rule Setup source start IP address Setup source end IP address

Mode

Source Start IP Address Source End IP Address

Destination Start IP Address Setup destination start IP address

Destination End IP Address

Setup destination end IP address

Select Protocol. There are following options: 1) ALL, all protocols 2) TCP Protocol 3) UDP 4) TCP/UDP 5) ICMP

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Add Button

Click this button, to add a new filtering rule for above configurations.

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it.

2.6.4 DMZ and ALG


In DMZ and ALG page, one can do advance NAT configuration like ALG and DMZ ALG is Application Level Gateway. Its main function is to make necessary processing to the application packets, e.g. for some special protocol, modify possible IP address or port information in the data of the packets. DMZ is De-Military Zone, which is a technique for ONU to forward all the packets to/from a specified internal server. It allows to expose a intranet PC completely to the internet. Or it allows a dedicated IP address, to communicate with internet user or server freely. It allows more applications to run on dedicated IP address, and dedicated IP address can receive all connections and files.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter ALG Config Description Select or unselect the protocols to enable ALG function

Save ALG button

Click to save ALG configuration

WAN Connection List Enable DMZ

Select to use DMZ function on which WAN link Enable or Disable DMZ function

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DMZ IP Address

Input DMZ host IP address

Save DMZ Button

Click to save DMZ Configuration

2.7 Application
In Application Page there are 4 second level selections. They are Port Forwarding, DDNS, NTP and USB Storage.

2.7.1 Port Forwarding


In Port Forwarding page, one can do port forwarding configuration. Port forwarding makes the server running on ONU LAN side with private addresses (like Web server, FTP server) can be accessed by external users from WAN port.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter WAN Port Description Input WAN side port range used by port forwarding

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LAN port

Input LAN port used by port forwarding

LAN IP address Enable port mapping

Input LAN side IP address Enable or Disable mapping between WAN port and LAN port

WAN Link List (Virtual Host) Select which WAN link to use port forwarding setup

Add Button

Create a new mapping rule using above port forwarding setup

2.7.2 DDNS
The Dynamic DNS service can map a dynamic IP address to a static domain name. By this domain name, the gateway can easily be accessed from internet. Use DDNS configuration to configure the dynamic DNS service.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Description

WAN Connection List Select WAN Connection Link for DDNS setup Enable DDNS ISP Enable or Disable DDNS service Select available service provider for DDNS service. One can select DynDNS.org, gnudip,tzo,ods Input DDNS Service Provider Domain Name

Domain Name

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Username Password

Input DDNS account user name Input DDNS account password

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it.

2.7.3 NTP
NTP management is used to setup the ONU time to be synchronized with network time server

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Description

Enable NTP Server Current Time First Server Address

Enable or Disable network time synchronization service Display current system time Select first NTP server address. When select Customer Setting, user should enter his own time server address. Select second NTP server address. When select Customer Setting, user should enter his own time server address. Input the timing synchronization cycle interval

Second Server Address Interval Time

Time Zone

Select the time zone the user is located in

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it. Restart the device to make the modification to take effects.

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2.7.4 USB Storage


USB Storage is used to configure a FTP server for external user to access the local usb storage.

Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Description

Enable FTP Server Username Password

Enable or Disable FTP service Username for FTP Service Password for FTP Service

Re-enter password

Re-Enter the password for FTP Service

After the configurations are done, click Save button to save it.

2.8 Maintain
In Maintain page there are 8 second level selections. They are Password, SLID Configuration, Backup and Restore, Firmware Upgrade, Reboot device, Factory Default, Diagnose

2.8.1 Password
By Password management, one can modify the user password.

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter New Password Re-enter new password Description Enter New Password Re-Enter New Password

After the configuration is done, click Save button to save it.

2.8.2 SLID Configuration


By SLID Configuration, one can modify the SLID of the ONU

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Current SLID Input New SLID SLID Mode Description Display the current SLID of ONT Input the new SLID of the ONT Select the SLID mode. There are modes: ASCII and HEX.

After the configuration is done, click Save button to save it.

2.8.3 Backup and Restore


In this page, one can Backup and Restore the ONU configuration.

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Select File Import Config File Export Config File Description Select the configuration file name Click to restore system configuration from the file Click to backup system configuration to the file

2.8.4 Firmware Upgrade


In this page, one can upgrade the ONT firmware.

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Select File Upgrade button Description Select the firmware file name Click to upgrade the ONT firmware from the file

2.8.5 Reboot Device


In this page, one can reboot the ONT

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Reboot button Description Click to reboot the ONT

2.8.6 Factory Default


In this page, one can reset the configuration to factory default

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Factory Default Description Click to reset the ONT to factory default

2.8.7 Diagnose
Diagnose page includes ping / traceroute test and manual reporting functions,

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Below is the description for the parameters: Parameter Description

WAN Connection List Select WAN connection for testing Input IP address or domain name Test Start Test button

Input valid IP address or domain name for user test.

Select ping test or traceroute test Click this button to start the test

Show Result button

Click this button to show the test result

3. Frequent Asked Questions


Q: Why are all the LEDs off? A: Please check the connection between power adapter and the ONU. Please make sure power switch is turned on. Q: Why are the LAN LEDs off? A: Please check the cable connections between ONT and PC, or hub/switch. Please check the status of PC or hub/switch, make sure they are running properly. Please check whether the network cable is broken. Q: Why is the PON LED off? A: Please check the connection between PON port and the fiber.

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Q: Why cant I open the ONU configuration page? A: Please follow below procedures to check the connection between PC and ONU: Select Start > Run, input Ping command: Ping 192.168.1.1 (ONU IP address). If ONU can not be ping, please check following configuration: 1, Make sure network cable is not broken. 2, Check cable connection between ONU and PC. 3, Check the TCP/IP configuration of your PC. Q: How to restore to factory defaults after wrong configuration? A: Insert a long pin to Reset hole, press and hold it for 5 seconds. ONU will reset automatically. After the reset, ONU will be back to factory default. The default IP address/subnet mask is: 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0. Default user name/Password is: telecomadmin/nE7jA%5m

4. Abbreviations
DDNS DHCP DMZ DNS DoS FTP FTTH GUI HTTP ICMP IGMP ISP iTV LAN MAC NAT ONU Dynamic Domain Name Server Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Demilitarized Zone Domain Name Server Denial of Service File Transfer Protocol Fiber To The Home Graphical User Interface Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Internet Control Message Protocol Internet Group Management Protocol Internet Service Provider Internet Television Local Area Network Media Access Control Network Address Translation Optical Network Unit

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OLT PON PPPoE QoS RIP SIP SOHO SSID STB UDP UPNP URL TCP VLAN VoIP WLAN

Optical Line Terminal Passive Optical Network Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet Quality of Service Routing Information Protocol Session Initiation Protocol Small Office Home Office Service Set Identifier Set Top Box User Datagram Protocol Universal Plug and Play Uniform Resource Locator Transmission Control Protocol Virtual Local Area Network Voice over IP Wireless Local Area Network

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