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WiMAX Router

Operators Quick Start Guide


(including configuration for RUT5xx)

Version 1.00
Suitable for RUT7xx
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Operators features (hidden from default user)


This document focuses on options that are not available (and should not be available) for default
user. Options include: all wimax configurations , files, logs and CLI.

Authentication window

After an authentication window pops up, fill it in with the operator Username and Password. If a
user password is disabled, you can invoke this window by pressing ctrl + left shift and clicking on a
WebUI header image.
Default username: admin.
Default password is EifAFKt8.
Note: It is strongly not recommended to change the settings mentioned below, unless it is
completely necessary and done by a qualified person.

WiMAX page
WiMAX page provides all the functionality needed by the operator to be in full control of how the
router communicates with the base station.
Authorization

Authorization page

This tab lets you configure router authorization settings such as User, Realm and Prefix for EAPTLS authentication. Also, it allows you to configure EAP-TTLS settings such as TTLS type (chap,
mschapv2), password and Custom NAI type.
Log level describes how much information is stored in log files.

Channels

Channels page

WiMAX central frequency list used while trying to connect to a network. You can add and delete
entries by highlighting the item and clicking + and - buttons respectively.
Certificates

Certificates page

This tab is used to view and edit certificates and keys used for authentication in WiMAX network
with EAP-TLS authentication.

Files page

Files page

All the files can be downloaded or viewed directly in the browser. Also, device configuration files
can be updated by uploading new ones. File name must be either tltd.xml or config.sh.
tltd.log tltd log.
tltd.xml WiMAX configuration file.
config.sh system/firewall configuration file.

CLI page

CLI page

CLI page provides a command line tool to retrieve additional information or set additional
parameters. All possible commands will be shown by typing two commands: setuser su and help

Troubleshooter:
Q: I think my router is not working: can not acquire connection and WebUI is not reachable.
A1: Check if both power and Ethernet LEDs are lit (older version has only power LED). If not, check
if PoE adapter is plugged into AC socket and that it is connected by Ethernet cable to the device
and PC.
A2: Check if IP address is set to be obtained automatically via DHCP.
Follow these steps:

Under Windows 7

Go to Control panel ->Network and internet -> Network sharing center -> change adapter
settings.
Right click on a Local Area Connection which uses WiMAX Outdoor Router for connecting to
the internet and click Properties.

Check Internet Protocol IPv4 (TCP/IP) and click Properties.

Make sure that Obtain IP address automatically is checked in the General settings.
Click OK

Under MAC OS

Click on the Apple Menu and select System Preferences

In the Internet & Network section, click on the Network icon.


Select Built-in Ethernet.

Click on Advanced.
In the TCP/IP tab, ensure that Configure is set to Using DHCP.
Select the DNS tab. Ensure that DNS servers and Search Domains are empty.
Click OK.

Under Linux (GNOME 3)

Click on network interfaces icon in activity bar


Select Network Settings

Click Configure to open network connection properties.


Go to IPv4 tab.

Select Automatic (DHCP) from Method drop down menu.


Click Save

Configuration for RUT5xx


RUT5xx has two interfaces, one interface is WiMaX interface, and another is Routers interface.
Routers interface is reached at IP 192.168.1.1.
Wimax interface is reached at IP 192.168.0.1.
In order to be able configure RUT5xx to communicate with WiMax network, or to access logs and
CLI, one must reach the interface via 192.168.0.1.
This can be done by setting up static route on PC.

Run Command Prompt on your PC.

After these steps you will be able to connect to 192.168.0.1 IP address and reach WiMax
interface with all its options.