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CONTENTS
1. OVERVIEW....................................................................................................................................................... 5

1.1 ABOUT ADSL AND ADSL 2+ ............................................................................................................ 5


1.2 DEVICE INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................. 5
1.3 LED STATUS INDICATION ............................................................................................................... 6
1.4 PROTOCOLS ....................................................................................................................................... 6
1.5 FEATURES .......................................................................................................................................... 6

2. HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND INTERNET CONNECTION ........................................................... 8

2.1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ................................................................................................................. 8


2.2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................... 8
2.2.1 HARDWARE CONNECTION...................................................................................................... 8
2.2.2 INSTALLATION STEPS .............................................................................................................. 8
2.3 INTERNET CONNECTION ................................................................................................................ 9
2.3.1 PREPARATION BEFORE INTERNET CONNECTION ............................................................. 9
2.3.2 COMPUTER CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 9
2.3.3 ADSL MODEM CONFIGURATION.......................................................................................... 10
2.3.4 ADSL MODEM WORK MODE CONFIGURATION................................................................ 10

3. HOME PAGE................................................................................................................................................... 12

3.1 OVERVIEW ....................................................................................................................................... 12

4. CONFIGURATION......................................................................................................................................... 14

4.1 WIRELESS NETWORK .................................................................................................................... 14


4.2 INTERNET CONNECTION .............................................................................................................. 16
4.2.1 ADDING A PVC.......................................................................................................................... 17
4.3 LOCAL NETWORK (LAN) .............................................................................................................. 27
4.3.1 IPV4 ADDRESS.......................................................................................................................... 27
4.4 VOICE CONFIGURATION............................................................................................................... 28
4.4.1 SYSTEM SETTINGS.................................................................................................................. 28
4.4.2 SIP ............................................................................................................................................... 28
4.4.3 END POINTS .............................................................................................................................. 29
4.5 DHCP SERVER.................................................................................................................................. 30
4.5.1 GLOBAL SETTINGS ................................................................................................................. 30
4.5.2 SERVER SETTINGS .................................................................................................................. 31
4.5.3 ADVANCED SETTINGS............................................................................................................ 32

5. RESET TO DEFAULT SETTING.................................................................................................................. 33

6. SPECIFICATION............................................................................................................................................ 34

6.1 POWER SUPPLY............................................................................................................................... 34


6.2 STANDARDS..................................................................................................................................... 34

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APPENDIX .......................................................................................................................................................... 35

APPENDIX A. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................. 35


APPENDIX B. SPLITTER CONNECTION............................................................................................ 36
APPENDIX C. CONFIGURATION OF TCP/IP PROTOCOL................................................................ 37
APPENDIX D. SHIPPING LIST ............................................................................................................. 39

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Definition & Acronyms


ATU-C ADSL Transceiver Unit, Central Office End
ATU-R ADSL Transceiver Unit, Remote Terminal End
FEXT Far-end Cross Talk
HDSL High-rate Digital Subscriber Line
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network
WINS Windows® Internet Name Server
ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
OAM Operations, Administration And Maintenance
QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
DMT Discrete Multitone
DSL Digital Subscriber Line
FEC Forward Error Correction
ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode
WAN Wide Area Network
PRD Pseudo-random Downstream
PRU Pseudo-random Upstream
USB Universal Serial Bus
LAN Local Area Network
PVC Permanent Virtual Circuit
SVC Switched Virtual Circuit
PPP Point to Point protocol
DNS Domain Name Server
VPI Virtual Path ID
VCI Virtual Circuit ID
DSL Digital Subscriber Line
IP Internet Protocol
CO Central Office
EC Echo Canceling

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OVERVIEW

1. OVERVIEW
1.1 ABOUT ADSL AND ADSL 2+
ADSL MODEM is a broadband Internet access device which utilizes the high frequency segment of the
phone line to transmit high-speed data without interfering with the voice transmission. The frequency of ADSL
signal is higher than that of voice, so voice and ADSL signal can coexist in one line by using a splitter to
insulate each from the other. ADSL data transfer on the asymmetry way. The upload speed is up to 1Mbps and
download speed is up to 8Mbps. It is an ideal device for broadband access.
Transmission performance of ADSL2 is improved comparing with the first generation of ADSL. These
improvements are mainly concerned with long distance, anti-line-loss, anti-noise, etc. by doubling the
transmission bandwidth, ADSL2+ has implemented a downlink rate as high as 24 Mbps. Therefore, Internet
applications such as synchronous transmission of multi video stream, online games and huge capacity of
downloading files are made possible.

1.2 DEVICE INTRODUCTION

Figure 1.1

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Interface introduction:

Power Interface: 12V DC, 1A.


Power switch: To turn on or turn off the power.
Reset Key: Reset default configuration.
Ethernet Interface: To be connected to a PC network card by a network cable, also can use a crossover cable
to connect to Hub, Switch or Router.
Line Interface: Connected with phone line or “ADSL” port of the splitter.
VoIP Interface: Connected with phone

1.3 LED STATUS INDICATION


Table 1.1
Status Steady light Flashing Fast flashing Off

POWER (red) Power on / / Power off

DSL (yellow) DSL Line is up No signal In handshaking status Power off

Internet (green) PPP is on / Transmitting or Power off


receiving data in PPP
mode

LAN(1-4)(green) Ethernet line is / There is data Ethernet line not


connected Transmitting with pc connected properly

Wi-Fi(green) Wi-Fi is working / Wi-Fi has data Wi-Fi is not working


Transmitting

USB (green) USB device is / USB device has data USB device is not
connected Transmitting connected

VoIP (green) VoIP is working and / VoIP has data VoIP not working or
VoIP has register to the Transmitting VoIP is not registered
sip server to the sip server

1.4 PROTOCOLS
ADSL Modem supports the following protocols:
1. PPPoA (PPP over ATM) LLC encapsulation or VCMUX encapsulation (RFC2364)
2. PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet) LLC encapsulation or VCMUX encapsulation (RFC2516)
3. 2684 bridge (2684 Bridged IP over ATM) LLC encapsulation or VCMUX encapsulation (RFC2684)
4. 2684 routing (2684 Routing IP over ATM) LLC encapsulation or VCMUX encapsulation (RFC2684)
5. Classical IP over ATM (RFC1577)

1.5 FEATURES
1. Supports ANSI T1.413 ISSUE 2, ITU G.992.1 (G.DMT), ITU G.992.2 (G.LITE), ITU G.992.3 (ADSL2), and
ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+).
2. Web-based configuration and monitoring.
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3. Supports up to 8 PVCs.
4. Routing function.
5. NAPT, DHCP function.
6. Software upgradeable.
7. ATM management function.
8. Wireless support
9. VoIP support

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HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION

2. HARDWARE INSTALLATION & INTERNET CONNECTION


2.1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
A computer with a Wi-Fi interface or a network card with Ethernet interface.

2.2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION

2.2.1 HARDWARE CONNECTION

Figure 2.1
To go online and make phone calls simultaneously, please refer to Appendix B: SPLITTER
CONNECTION.

2.2.2 INSTALLATION STEPS


1. Connect line port of the ADSL MODEM to telephone jack with the telephone cord that comes with the
modem.
2. Connect Ethernet port of the ADSL MODEM to Ethernet port of the computer using the network cable that
comes with the modem.
3. Plug in the power cord, and turn on the power.

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2.3 INTERNET CONNECTION

2.3.1 PREPARATION BEFORE INTERNET CONNECTION


Before the installation, please confirm information below or consult with the ADSL service provider. Table
2.1 shows all the information needed to configure for different protocols.
Table 2.1
Virtual Dial Mode Private Line Mode
Protocol
PPPOE PPPOA 2684 Bridged
VPI VPI VPI
Necessary VCI VCI VCI
Information User name User name
Password Password

2.3.2 COMPUTER CONFIGURATION


The default factory-set IP Address for the ADSL MODEM is: 192.168.1.1. The Subnet Mask is:
255.255.255.0. Users can configure ADSL MODEM through an Internet browser. ADSL MODEM can be used
as a gateway and DNS server and users need to set the computer’s TCP/IP protocol as follow:
1. Set the computer at same Internet segment with ADSL MODEM so as to enter ADSL MODEM
configuration page through a browser.
2. Set the computer’s gateway’s IP address the same as the ADSL Modem’s.
3. Set the computer’s DNS server’s IP address the same as the ADSL Modem’s or that of an effective DNS
server.
If the user has any question regarding the computer’s TCP/IP protocol, please refer to APPENDIX C:
TCP/IP PROTOCOL CONFIGURATION.
Each network interface on the PC should either be configured with a statically defined IP address and a
DNS address, or should be instructed to automatically obtain an IP address from the network DHCP server. The
DSL provides a DHCP server on the LAN side and it is recommended to configure your LAN to obtain its IP
address and the IP address of the DNS server automatically. This configuration principle is identical but
operations are differently on each OS.
Windows XP
(1) Open the Control Panel and click Network Connections.
(2) Right-click the Ethernet connection icon and choose Properties from the shortcut menu.
(3) On the General tab, select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) component, and click Properties. The
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window appears.
(4) Select Obtain an IP address automatically.
(5) Select Obtain DNS server address automatically.
(6) Click OK to save the settings.
Windows 2000/98/Me
(1) Open the Control Panel and click Network and Dialing Connections.
(2) Right-click the Ethernet connection icon and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. The
Connection Properties window appears.
(3) Select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) component and click Properties.
(4) The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window appears.

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(5) Select Obtain an IP address automatically.


(6) Select Obtain DNS server address automatically.
(7) Click OK to save the settings.
Windows NT
(1) Open the Control Panel and click Network.
(2) On the Protocol tab, select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) component, and click Properties.
(3) On the IP Address tab, select the Obtain an IP address automatically option.
(4) On the DNS tab, ensure that no DNS server is defined in the DNS Service Search Order box and that
no suffix is defined in the Domain Suffix Search Order box.
Linux
(1) Login in to the system as a super user, by entering su in the terminal window.
(2) Enter vi /etc/sysconfig/network-script/ifcfg-eth0 to modify the eth0 network devices and assign IP
addresses.
(3) Enter ifconfig to view the newly assigned IP addresses.
Note:
When you manage the device through Web, you must keep the power of the device on. Otherwise, the
device may be damaged.

2.3.3 ADSL MODEM CONFIGURATION


Open the browser; input http://192.168.1.1 in the address column. Press “Enter” key then the entry dialog
box will pop up as Figure 2.2, Input username: admin, and password: admin (Note that this is capital sensitive),
then press “Enter”. The ADSL MODEM configuration page will be shown.

Figure 2.2
After logging in to the device, you can query, configure, and modify all the configurations. You also can
diagnose the device system.

2.3.4 ADSL MODEM WORK MODE CONFIGURATION


1.) For different protocols, the users need to set ADSL Modem accordingly as listed below:
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Table 2.2
PVC VC Protocol Use DNS User Name Password
PPPoE
√ PPPoE Enable √ √
PPPoA
√ PPPoA Enable √ √

PVC VC Default route


2684 Bridged
√ Disable

Note: √ means configure according to ADSL service providers instructed value.

PPPoE can also be realized via third party dialup software.


User Manual PPPoE PPPoA 2684 Bridged
Reference Chapter
3.3 3.3 3.2

2.) After getting through every page for parameters set-up, click “Apply” to save the value in ADSL
MODEM
3.) Click the “Reboot” on “Admin” Tab to enter the Reboot page as Figure 2.3. Click “Reboot”
button to reboot the ADSL MODEM. The ADSL MODEM will work on the new parameters.

Figure 2.3

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HOME PAGE

3. HOME PAGE
Click on Home to enter the system information page. On the left page, there are three options: Overview,
System Log, and Troubleshooting.
This page displays the current status and configuration of the system.

3.1 OVERVIEW
Click Overview > Basic and the following page appear.

Figure 3.1
System Information
Model Number: Solos 4615 RD / Solos 461 x CSP v1.0
Firmware Version: The software version of the modem.
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System Up time: Up time of the modem.


Internet Connection
DSL Status: Display the ADSL port status.
Downstream Data Rate: Down line rate.
Upstream Data Rate: UP line rate.
Rx ATTNDR: Down line max rate
Tx ATTNDR: UP line max rate
Wireless Settings
Status: The status of wireless if it works or not
SSID: The mobile users cannot access WLAN until setting their SSID as the same value of the
wireless ADSL.
Channel: The channel the wireless works
Security: Show the wireless if have encryption
LAN Port
Mac Address: The network adapter interface identifier with 48 bits unique global address.
IP Address: The LAN interface address of the modem.
DHCP server: Display the current status of the DHCP server.
Subnet Mask: Display the subnet mask of lan port
Voice
Status: Display the status of VoIP
Phone Numbers: The phone number of the phone which connect to the FXS
Channel 1: The channel the VoIP use
Click Overview > Advanced and the following page appear.
DSL Firmware Version: The hardware version of the modem.
Wireless Version: The Wireless version of the modem.

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4
CONFIGURATION

4. CONFIGURATION
It contains Wireless Network, Internet Connection, Local Network (LAN), Voice Configuration, DHCP
server DHCP Relay, and IPv6 Prefix.
If the configuration is bridge encapsulation, there is no need to configure any more parameters. Only need
to use the third party dial-up software to connect the Internet.
Totally, this router supports PPPoA, PPPoE and Bridging. For detail configuration information, please
check the following configuration guide.

4.1 WIRELESS NETWORK


Click “Wireless Network” on the left page, enter into “Wireless Network” page.
Click Basic Settings to show the wireless network setting.

Figure 4.1
Select Profile: The default setting is 802.11b+g (Mixed mode). If you do not know or have both 11g and
11b devices in your network, then keep the default in mixed mode. From the drop-down manual, you can select
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802.11g .if you have only 11g card. Then select 802.11b.
Wireless Network: Disable or Enable the wireless network.
Select country: Select the country you chose.
Channel Selection: You can make auto or select one.
Select channel: To select the different frequency of wireless signals whose value is from 1 to 11.
Network Name (SSID): The mobile users cannot access WLAN until setting their SSID as the same value
of the wireless ADSL.
Hide SSID: Select Yes to hide the SSID in so a station cannot obtain the SSID through passive scanning.
Select No to make the SSID visible so a station can obtain the SSID through passive scanning.

Figure 4.2
Security Settings:
Select Security Option: select the security option
Off – No Encryption: No any Encryption, the ap can connect with no key.
64 Bit Encryption: Enter the key to encrypt wireless data. enter any 5 ASCII characters or 10
hexadecimal characters ("0-9", "a,b,c,d,e,f").
128 Bit Encryption: Enter 13 ASCII characters or 26 characters ("0-9", "a,b,c,d,e,f").
Wi-Fi Protected Access:
Encryption: TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) utilizes a stronger encryption method and
incorporates Message Integrity Code (MIC) to provide protection against hackers.
Pre-Shared key: The key for network authentication. The input format is in character style and key size
should be in the range between 8 and 63 characters.

Figure 4.3
Wi-Fi Protected Access2: Another type of Encryption.

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4.2 INTERNET CONNECTION


Click “Internet Connection” on the left page; enter into “Internet Connection Configuration” page.
In the Connections page, the default configuration of the modem supports seven PVCs.

Figure 4.6

: Delete an existing Internet connection.

: Modify an existing Internet connection.


Delete an existing Internet connection.
The following describes an example of deleting bridge_0_32.

Figure 4.7
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Click to delete bridge_0_32 in the following page


The system deletes bridge_0_32. After the deletion, the page shown in the following figure appears.

Figure 4.8

4.2.1 ADDING A PVC


The following describes an example of adding PVC 0/32.
(1) Click Add to add PVC 0/32 in the following page.

Figure 4.9
(2) Click Next to start configuring the connection type and data encapsulation of the PVC.
PVC Name: It supports eight characters at most.
VPI: Virtual path identifier (VPI) is the virtual path between two points in an ATM network. Its valid
value is from 0 to 255.
VCI: Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) is the virtual channel between two points in an ATM network.
Its valid value is from 32 to 65535.
Service Category: UBR with PCR/CBR/Non Realtime VBR/ Realtime VBR.
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UBR with PCR: Unspecified bite rate with peak cell rate (UBR with PCR).When the network is
congested, the UBR cell is dropped and communication traffic is at a fairly low level. Its peak cell rate
range is from 0 to 8000.
CBR: Constant bit rate (CBR) is a coding mode. It is adapted for strict requirement to delay and
quality of data packets transmission. Its peak cell rate range is from 0 to 7100.
Non Real-time VBR: Non real-time variable bit rate (NRT-VBR) is adapted for real time with
relatively low requirement. Its peak cell rate range is from 0 to 8000. The sustainable cell rate range is
from 1 to 7099, and the maximum burst size range is from 0 to 1000000.
Real-time VBR: Real-time variable bit rate (Real-time VBR) is adapted for real time with high
requirement. Its peak cell rate range is from 0 to 8000.The sustainable cell rate range is from 1 to 7099,
and the maximum burst size range is from 0 to 1000000.
After proper modifications, click Next and the following page appears. In this page, you can modify
Internet connection protocol and encapsulation type.

Sample 1: Choose the connection protocol of the PVC 0/32 to PPP over ATM (PPPoA).

Figure 4.10
(1) Select PPP over ATM (PPPoA) protocol and set the encapsulation type to VC MUX (Depending
upon the uplink equipment, generally VC MUX).Click Next.
(2) In this example, the modem must be configured as built-in PPPoA + NAT. Select Obtain an IP
address automatically, Enable NAT, and Add Default Route.

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Figure 4.11
Obtain an IP Address automatically: Through PPP dial-up to obtain an IP address assigned by up-link
equipment, such as BRAS.
Use the following IP address: If you want to manually enter the WAN IP address, select it and enter the
information in the field.
Enable NAT: Select it to enable the NAT functions of the modem. If you do not want to enable NAT and
want the user of the modem to access the Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment.
Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT.
Add Default Route: Add a default route in the routing table. Normally, it must be checked, or you have to
add a default route manually.
(3) Enter the correct broadband user name and password. Select a proper PPP connection mode. Click
Next.

Figure 4.12
Broadband User Name: Enter the correct user name provided by your ISP.
Password: Enter the correct password provided by your ISP.
Confirm Password: Confirm the correct password provided by your ISP.
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Session established by: Select a PPP connection mode according to your practice.
Always On: After the device is powered on, the system performs PPP dial-up automatically. If the device
is powered off, DSLAM or the up-link equipment is abnormal, the PPP connection will not be broken.
Dial on Demand: After the device is powered on, the PPP dial-up performs automatically. If the device
does not detect the flow of the user continuously within the preset minutes, the device automatically stops
the PPP connection. Once the device detects the data flow (for example, accessing the web page), it restarts
the PPP for dial-up.
Manually Connect: Click Configuration> Internet Connection >Connections. Click Connect in the
Internet Connection Configuration page to start the PPP connection. If the device does not detect the
data-flow of the user continuously within the preset minutes, the device automatically releases the PPP
connection. The difference between manually connect and dial on demand is that you must start a PPP
connection manually again if you select manually connect. Enter the waiting time in the field.
(4) Click Next and the following page appears. In this page, you can confirm the modification.

Figure 4.13
(5) Check the configurations according to the requirements. When you are sure that your configuration is
correct, click Apply. The page shown in the following figure appears.

Sample 2: Choose the connection protocol of the PVC 0/32 to PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE).
(1) Select PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) protocol. Set to LLC/SNAP encapsulation type and Bridged
encapsulation mode. Click Next.

Figure 4.14
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(2) In this example, select obtain an IP address automatically, Enable NAT, and Add Default Route.

Figure 4.15
Obtain an IP Address automatically: Through PPP dial-up to obtain an IP address assigned by up-link
equipment, such as BRAS.
Use the following IP address: If you want to manually enter the WAN IP address, select it and enter the
information in the field.
Enable NAT: Select it to enable the NAT functions of the modem. If you do not want to enable NAT and
want the user of the modem to access the Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment.
Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT.
Add Default Route: Add a default route in the routing table. Normally, it must be checked, or you have to
add a default route manually.
(3) Enter the correct broadband user name, password and confirm password. Select a proper PPP
connection mode. Click Next.

Figure 4.16
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Service Name: Enter from the services provided by the ISP. It may not fill.
Broadband User Name: Enter the correct user name provided by your ISP.
Password: Enter the correct password provided by your ISP .
Confirm Password: Confirm the correct password provided by your ISP.
Session established by: Select a PPP connection mode according to your practice.
Always On: After the device is powered on, the system performs PPP dial-up automatically. If the device
is powered off, DSLAM or the up-link equipment is abnormal, the PPP connection will not be broken.
Dial on Demand: After the device is powered on, the PPP dial-up performs automatically. If the device
does not detect the flow of the user continuously within the preset minutes, the device automatically stops
the PPP connection. Once the device detects the data flow (for example, accessing the web page), it restarts
the PPP for dial-up.
Manually Connect: Click Configuration> Internet Connection >Connections. Click Connect in the
Internet Connection Configuration page to start the PPP connection. If the device does not detect the
data-flow of the user continuously within the preset minutes, the device automatically releases the PPP
connection. The difference between manually connect and dial on demand is that you must start a PPP
connection manually again if you select manually connect. Enter the waiting time in the field.
(4) Click Next and the following page appears. In this page, you can confirm the modification.

Figure 4.17
(5) Check the configurations according to the requirements. When you are sure that the configuration is
correct, click Apply. The page shown in the following figure appears.

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Sample 3: Choose the connection protocol of the PVC 0/32 to RFC2684 (Bridged).
(1) Select RFC2684 protocol. Set to LLC/SNAP encapsulation type and Bridged encapsulation mode.

Figure 4.18
(2) In this example, select Obtain an IP address automatically, Enable NAT, and Add Default Route

Figure 4.19
Obtain an IP Address automatically: Through PPP dial-up to obtain an IP address assigned by up-link
equipment, such as BRAS.
Use the following IP address: If you want to manually enter the WAN IP address, select it and enter the
information in the field.
Default Gateway: Select use the following IP address, and then you can enter the IP address of the
gateway.
Enable NAT: Select it to enable the NAT functions of the modem. If you do not want to enable NAT and
want the user of the modem to access the Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment.
Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT.
Add Default Route: Add a default route in the routing table. Normally, it must be checked, or you have to
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add a default route manually.


Click Next and the following page appears. In this page, you can confirm the modification.

Figure 4.20
Check the configurations according to the requirements and click Apply. The page shown in the following
figure appears.

Sample 4: Choose the connection protocol of the RFC2684 (Routed).


(1) Select RFC2684 protocol. Set to LLC/SNAP encapsulation type and Routed encapsulation mode.

Figure 4.21
(2) In this example, select Obtain an IP address automatically, Enable NAT, and Add Default Route.

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Figure 4.22
Obtain an IP Address automatically: Through PPP dial-up to obtain an IP address assigned by up-link
equipment, such as BRAS.
Use the following IP address: If you want to manually enter the WAN IP address, select it and enter the
information in the field.
Default Gateway: Select use the following IP address, and then you can enter the IP address of the
gateway.
Enable NAT: Select it to enable the NAT functions of the modem. If you do not want to enable NAT and
want the user of the modem to access the Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment.
Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT.
Add Default Route: Add a default route in the routing table. Normally, it must be checked, or you have to
add a default route manually.
Click Next and the following page appears. In this page, you can confirm the modification.

Figure 4.23
Check the configurations according to the requirements and click Apply. The page shown in the following
figure appears.

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Sample 5: Choose the connection protocol Bridging for the PVC 0/32.

(1) Select Bridging protocol and LLC/SNAP as encapsulation type.

Figure 4.24

(2) Click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

Figure 4.25

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(3) Click Next and the following page appears. In this page, you can confirm the modification.

Figure 4.26
(4) Check the configurations according to the requirements and click Apply. The page shown in the
following figure appears.
Note: At most we can have eight connections. If you need to add a new connection, please delete or
modify an existing connection

4.3 LOCAL NETWORK (LAN)


Click Configuration > Local Network to enter the local network configuration page. In this page, you can
configure the local network.

4.3.1 IPV4 ADDRESS


Click IP Address and the following page appear. In this page, you can set the IP address and subnet mask
of LAN.

Figure 4.27
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Primary IP Address: The IP address. It is the management IP address of the LAN on the device. The
default is 192.168.1.1.
Subnet Mask: The subnet mask of the IP address. The default one is 255.255.255.0.
Virtual IP Address: By default, it is not selected. Select it if you need to configure the virtual IP address
and subnet mask. After you select it, you are required to enter IP Address and Subnet Mask.
MTU: The default of maximum transmission unit is 1500.
Enter the required parameters and click Apply to take it effect.
After the modification, the maximum transmission unit can reach 1500. when changing the gateway IP into
virtual IP address, you can access the modem using the virtual IP address.

4.4 VOICE CONFIGURATION


Click Configuration > Voice Configuration to enter the local Voice configuration page. In this page, you
can configure the voice.

4.4.1 SYSTEM SETTINGS


System settings

Figure 4.28
VoIP Functionality: Enable or disable the function
IP Interface Name: Select the interface name which the VoIP works.

4.4.2 SIP
Click “SIP” to set the SIP server configuration

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Figure 4.29
Proxy: The sip server proxy’s IP.
Proxy Port: Proxy Port of the sip server.
Registrar: The sip server’s IP.
Registrar Port: The port of the sip server.

4.4.3 END POINTS

Figure 4.30
Click to edit the endpoints.

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Figure 4.31
End Point Name: The End Point Name of the phone and it will be the phone’s phone number which is
connected to the modem in the FXS.
Login Name: The login name to the sip server which the sip server applies.
Password: The password to the sip server which the sip server applies.

4.5 DHCP SERVER


Apart from being a modem, ADSL Modem can also support router and DHCP applications, which are
especially applicable for small business, small scale LAN, net-café, etc.
The ADSL Modem can work as a router and DHCP sever without proxy server. The configuration steps are
shown below:
Click “DHCP Server” label on “configuration” page.

4.5.1 GLOBAL SETTINGS


Click Global Settings and the following page appears. In this page, you can set the status of the DHCP
server.

Figure 4.32
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DHCP Server currently: Select it to enable the DHCP server function. When the PC attached to the
modem is set to obtain the IP address automatically, the modem takes a valid IP address from the IP address
pool and assigns it to the PC. By default, DHCP server is enabled.
DHCP Server interfaces: It is used to edit the list of IP that the DHCP server operates on. DHCP server
status must be disabled for adding a new DHCP server or deleting an existing DHCP server.

4.5.2 SERVER SETTINGS


Click Server Settings and the following page appear. In this page, you can modify the DHCP server
settings.

Figure 4.33
Click Add Fixed Host and the following page appear. In this page, you can set host IP and MAC mapping.

Figure 4.34
Maximum Lease Time: The maximum value which default lease time can be set to. The unit value is set
in second. By default, it is 86400 seconds (24 hour).
Default Lease Time: It is the time that the DHCP server leases IP to the DHCP client. After the preset time,
the lease IP is released. The unit value is set in second. By default, it is 43200 seconds (12 hour).
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4.5.3 ADVANCED SETTINGS


Click Advanced Settings and the following page appears. In this page, you can configure the advanced
DHCP server classes and subnet-pools

Figure 4.35

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RESET TO DEFAULT SETTING

5
5. RESET TO DEFAULT SETTING
If you are experiencing difficulty logging on to the configuration page (For example: you forget the
password), you can reset the ADSL MODEM to the default configuration.Then you will be able to log on with
the default username and password.
Method:
Turn on the ADSL MODEM, put a pin into the eyelet, and press 6 seconds. The Reset Button is written as
RST as Shown in Figure 5.1

Figure 5.1

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SPECIFICATION

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6. SPECIFICATION
6.1 POWER SUPPLY
z Exterior power adapter
z Input: 220VAC, 50Hz
z Output: 12VDC, 1 A.

z Polarity:

6.2 STANDARDS
z EMI/Immunity: FCC Part 15 Class B, CE Mark (EN55022 Class B/EN50082)
z Safety Standard: UL, EN60950, 3C
z Communication: FCC Part 68, CYR21
z Electromagnetic: in accordance with FCC, ETSI and CISPR standard

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APPENDIX

APPENDIX
APPENDIX A. TROUBLESHOOTING

Phenomena Solution

1. Make sure the connection of power supply is good.


The indicator of power
2. Make sure the switch of power supply is turned on.
supply is not on
3. Make sure the output of power supply is correct.

1. Check the connection between the cable and the network card.
The indicator of PC is not
2. Make sure that the correct cable is used.
on
3. Make sure the cable works fine by pinging the host IP address.

1. Make sure the problems listed above are eliminated.


2. Make sure the software configuration of the ADSL Modem is
correct.
Can not access Internet or
3. Make sure you have restarted the ADSL Modem after
remote networks
configuration change.
4. Check IP connection using ping command.
5. Make sure the DNS of the computer is correct.

Can’t access some web 1. The MTU of operating system might be too large.
server 2. Some operating systems might need to be patched.

1. Make sure the PC indicator is on.


2. Make sure the configuration of TCP/IP is correct.

Can not log on to the 3. Make sure the data indicator of Modem is on when using Ping
configuration page command.
4. Make sure the user name and password is correct.
5. Reset the device.

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APPENDIX B. SPLITTER CONNECTION


1. Splitter

Figure B.1
The splitter has three ports:
– Line: Connect to a wall phone port (RJ-11 jack).
– Modem: Connect to the DSL port of the device.
– Phone: Connect to a telephone set.

2. Connection
Firstly, use a telephone cord to connect the LINE port of the splitter and the RJ-11 port (the phone jack) on
the wall. Then use another telephone cord to connect the ADSL port of the splitter and the LINE port of the
ADSL Modem. Finally, use another telephone cord to connect the telephone set and the PHONE port of the
splitter.

Figure B.2 VoIP


Interface

USB Ethernet
Power Internet
Interface Interface
Interface Interface

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APPENDIX C. CONFIGURATION OF TCP/IP PROTOCOL


Here we will explain the configuration which using Windows 2000 operation system as an example.
For other operation systems the process is similar.
1. Right click on the “Local Area Connection”, click “Properties” on the pop up menu, as shown in Figure
C.1.

Figure C.1
2. The dialog box of networks is shown in Figure C.2. On the “General” property page select “Internet
Protocol(TCP/IP)” and then click the “Properties” button.

Figure C.2

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3. The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) properties” pop up window is shown as Figure C.3. Select “Use the
following IP address”. Input the following IP address: 192.168.1.11 and subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
(These addresses and subnet mask are similar with the factory default setting. The user can set different IP
address and subnet mask whenever necessary). Select “Gateway”, input the default IP address of the
gateway: 192.168.1.1 and IP address of Preferred DNS server: 202.96.209.133 (you can use your ISP’s
address), IP address of Alternate DNS server: 202.96.209.5(you can use your ISP’s address). The result is
shown in Figure C.3.

Figure C.3

4. Click “OK” button to return to the “Local Area Connection Property” dialog box.

5. Click “OK” button to close the Network property dialog box.

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APPENDIX D. SHIPPING LIST


Make sure the following items are included in the box. If any one of them is missing, please
contact the vendor immediately.

ADSL2+ Modem ×1
Quick Start Guide ×1
Telephone Line(RJ-11) ×2
Power Adapter ×1
RJ45 Cable ×1
User CD ×1
Splitter ×1

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Please use the factory recommended


power supply.

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