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Web Configuration Manual

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Content
Chapter 1 The use of CMS................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 The network setting ............................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Configuration guide ............................................................................................................................................... 4
1.2.1 Startup and logging in ............................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 First page .............................................................................................................................................................. 5
1.3.1 Typical setting............................................................................................................................................ 6
1.3.2 Wizard setting............................................................................................................................................ 6
1.3.3 Advanced setting....................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4 The explanation of advanced setting..................................................................................................................... 8
1.4.1 WAN Port Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 8
1.4.2 LAN Port Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 10
1.4.3 NAT Configuration ................................................................................................................................... 11
1.4.4 DHCP server configuration...................................................................................................................... 13
1.4.5 DNS Configuration .................................................................................................................................. 14
1.5 Advanced............................................................................................................................................................. 14
1.5.1 Multiplex Line .......................................................................................................................................... 15
1.5.2 Port Mapping........................................................................................................................................... 16
1.5.3 Special Address Mapping........................................................................................................................ 17
1.5.4 Firewall.................................................................................................................................................... 17
1.5.5 Default Route .......................................................................................................................................... 18
1.5.6 Static Route............................................................................................................................................. 19
1.5.7 DDNS Settings ........................................................................................................................................ 20
1.5.8 VPN Settings........................................................................................................................................... 21
1.6 Admin tools.......................................................................................................................................................... 22
1.6.1 User Management................................................................................................................................... 22
1.6.2 Config Files ............................................................................................................................................. 24
1.6.3 IOS Software........................................................................................................................................... 24
1.6.4 Time Settings .......................................................................................................................................... 25
1.6.5 Remote Control ....................................................................................................................................... 26
1.6.6 Diagnose Tool.......................................................................................................................................... 26
1.6.7 Port Define .............................................................................................................................................. 27
1.6.8 System Reboot........................................................................................................................................ 27
1.7 Running State...................................................................................................................................................... 27
1.7.1 System Information ................................................................................................................................. 28
1.7.2 System State........................................................................................................................................... 28
1.7.3 System Log ............................................................................................................................................. 28

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Chapter 1 The use of CMS


Before configuring the router, please ensure that your computer is installed necessary
softwares(for example: Windows 95/98/ME/NT2000/XP), and configure the netwok in
reason. If you dont know how to configure network, please read the setting explanation
of next section Configure network. If you have already configured network correctly,
you can leap over next section and refer to Configuration guide directly.
Note:

1.1

1)

This configuration method(configure router by Web page layout) is suitable for primary technical
personnel, but we recommend telnet mode to configure router for intermediate or senior technical
personnel. You should avoid by all means using web and telnet at one time to config router.

2)

When you use web to config 1705, You should renovate the page layout after configuring 1705
completely in order to show the correct result.

3)

If you use web to config 1705, we suggest that you ues Microsoft IE browser 6.0 or high-edition,
and use 1024*768 screen area.

The network setting


The default interface of 1705 is TP2, and the default IP address of TP2 is 192.168.2.1,
the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. These parameters can be altered for need,
and they are default value in the following character. The material step for setting
network is shown as following (take example for Windows 2000):
Step 1: Connect your computer to the fast Ethernet port TP2 of 1705 router.
Step 2: Setting the IP address of this computer.
(1)

Beginning>control panel>network and dialing connection

(2)

Use the right key to clicknetwork connections, then clickpropertymenu.

(3)

Pitch onInternet protocol(TCP/IP). The figure is following:

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(4)

Clickpropertykeystoke and set IP address of the computer.

(5)

In the dialog box of Internet protocol(TCP/IP) property, pitch onuse the


following IP address. Infilling 192.168.2.xxx inIP address(the range of xxx is
2~254). Infilling 255.255.255.0 insubnet mask. Infilling 192.168.2.1 indefault
gateway(that is the default IP address of 1705 router).
Note:
Because the default IP address of 1705 router is 192.168.2.1, xxx cant be filled in 1.
As the following figure show:

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(6)

Clickconfirmation and complete configuration.

Step 3: Test the connection capability for computer and router.


(1)

Beginning>running>key incmd>confirmation

(2)

In command prompt use ping command to test the connection capability,


performping 192.168.2.1:
If shows:

That shows the connection is successful.


If shows:

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That shows the connection is unsuccessful.


You can check the following points:
The indicator light which is joined computer port is bright or not. If the light
isnt bright, that shows the connection is abnormality on physical. You can
change a line.
Check the TCP/IP setting is correct or not.

1.2

Configuration guide
If the connection of computer and 1705router is normal, you can configure the router by
Web browser(for example: Internet Explorer).

1.2.1

Startup and logging in


Open Internet Explorer browser, input http://192.168.2.1 in address blank and press
enter, as the following figure show:

Input right user name and password, then login(the default user name is admin,
password is admin).
Browser will show the material configuration page layout after login successfully.

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1.3

First page
Click next to begin configuring.
First the system will check router to ensure that whether it has been configured already
or not. If there is configuration in router, system will show a list to show the configuration.
Click exit to return the first page, click return to config router again.
If the router is default configuration, it will show the following layout page:

You can choose one configuration method.

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1.3.1

Typical setting

You should config two parts of content in typical setting:


WAN Port Setting: that is configuring interface for connecting Internet. There are three
connection methods to choose:
Typical setting 1: Using static IP on WAN port
IP address: fill in the IP address obtained from ISP.
Subnet mask: fill in the subnet mask obtained from ISP.
Default route: fill in the default gateway obtained from ISP.
DNS server and secondary DNS server: fill in the DNS address obtained
from ISP.
Typical setting 2: Using PPPoE on WAN port
Username: fill in the username obtained from ISP.
Password: fill in the password obtained from ISP.
Typical setting 3: Using dynamic IP on WAN port.
It isnt need to do any setting in this method.
LAN port setting: that is configing interface for connecting LAN.
IP address: fill in the ip address of LAN port.
Note:
The range of last parameter is 1~40. And this IP address must be in the same net-segment with
LAN. User couldnt use 192.168.2.1, because it is the reserved address, PC in LAN can logging
on router to config by 192.168.2.1.
DNS server: fill in the ip address of DNS server, the default is 202.96.209.133.
Enable DHCPD service: the default is enable. It is used to config IP address and
other parameters automatically. Dont choose if you config manually.
Click next to show the configuration result, click save and reboot to finish
configuration and reboot the router.

1.3.2

Wizard setting
There are three steps to finish wizard setting.
WAN Port Setting: configure the port of connecting Internet.

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It is similar with WAN port setting of chapter 1.3.1, but it can configure one or two
ports. You can refer to chapter 1.3.1 to configure the parameter.
If you use two ports to connect Internet, you should configure the parameter of
ISP and bandwidth.
Note: ISP chosen is used to make the configuration high-efficient in mutiplex line. We provide a
file named isp_db in order to achieve the configuration result( it is in router when leave
factory ). But this file isnt necessary. If the system show the following page when you
logging on router:

It is show that the file named isp_db is lost. You can do follow this: Advanced
setting->Mutiplex line, to upgrade this file. ( Refer to chapter 1.5.1)
LAN Port Setting: configure the parameter of port for connecting LAN.

NAT Setting: Configure NAT.

Note: If you dont know how to configure, please use the default configuration and click next.
Enable NAT: The default is enable. Enable NAT in order to make PC connect
Internet.

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NAT Port Mapping: It can open the some port(such as TP0) in order to make
outside network accessing the router.
LAN Host IP: fill in the IP address of host.
WAN Port: select a port which is connected Internet( It is physical port).
Services: select these services in order to make outside-network host accessing.
Click next to show the configuration result, click save and reboot to finish
configuration and reboot the router.

1.3.3

Advanced setting
If above two configuration cant meet your need, you can use advanced setting. Enter
the page layout of advanced setting, the show is following:

1.4

The explanation of advanced setting


The basic configuration menu includes: WAN port configuration, LAN port configuration,
NAT configuration, DHCP server configuration, DNS configuration. The router can
connect Internet when it is finished basic configuration.

1.4.1

WAN Port Configuration


Users can configure WAN port to connect Internet. The configuration page layout is
following:

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It shows WAN port name and type(such as PPPoE, Static IP, dynamic IP) of router.
Click the button of port name to enter material configuration page layout.
There are three configuration types for WAN port:
Ethernet(static IP)

If you use the IP address which is provided by ISP, you should choose this
method to configure router
IP address, subnet mask: fill in the IP address and subnet mask that are provided
by ISP.
MTU(Maximum Transmission Unit): the default is 1500. It isnt amended usually.
Ethernet(Dynamic IP)

If you obtain IP address automatically from ISP, you should choose this method.
And you neednt configure any parameter.
ADSLPPPoE

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If you use ADSL dialing to browse Internet, you should choose this method.
Username, password: fill in the username and password that is provided by ISP.
Click apply to make configuration effective, click back to keep old configuration.

1.4.2

LAN Port Configuration


Users can configure LAN port to connect LAN. The configuration page layout is
following:

IP Address Settings:
IP address, subnet mask: fill in the IP address and subnet mask. The IP address
should be in the same net-segment with LAN.
Secondary IP address Settings:
The port can be filled in another IP address.

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Secondary IP address, subnet mask: fill in the IP address and subnet mask.
Note:
If the system shows the following information:

It is warning: you are configuring the router through this port, and you couldnt alter this IP address. If you
click apply button to alter this IP address, system will disconnect with Web and you will not configure the
router.

1.4.3

NAT Configuration
What is called NAT, that is Network Address Translation. Its essence is that alter the
source IP address of data-packets which pass through router, in order to make more
users share one public ip address, or open Web service and FTP service in LAN.
The configuration page layout is following:

There are two parts:


Connection Settings:
Max-entries: The value is used to set the max-entries for NAT mapping. ( In
order to prevent virus, usually the value is 300. It depend on using situation

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of computer. If you download something by BT, the value is more. There are
200 PC in one net-bar, about 600 is enough.)
Max-entries(per host): It is used to set max-entries for each IP.
Address Mapping Setting:
The configuration make all users in LAN share one public IP address. They can
browse Internet at one time, but the users which are in Internet cant call users in
LAN.
There are three steps to configure router in this setting.
First: Ensure the port of LAN, click links of access list to enter configuration page
layout:

It shows the final configuration result. Click add to add new list, Edit is used to
edit the current list. Del is used to delete list. If there are some lists, you can
click Up and Dn to move.
Second: add a new item to address mapping lists. Click add button.

The above figure shows page layout of adding item, it contains many contents,
but typical setting includes the following:
Action: permit or deny; usually you can choose permit.
Protocol: usually you can choose IP protocol.
Source IP:
anyall IP address.
IP Addr.single IP address.
IP Rangerange of IP address.

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IP Subnetone IP address and one subnet mask.


Src port: it is only used in TCP or UDP protocol.
Anyall ports.
=,>,<,!=(unequal to )limit the value of some port.
Rangerange of one section port.
Typically you should select IP range in source IP to fill in PC IP of LAN, or select
IP Subnet to fill in the net-segment of LAN.
Destination IP: idem.
Destination Port: idem.
Typically the destination IP should select Any.
Time Range: Choose the efficient time range of this list. Usually we choose
always.
Click apply to make the configuration effective, back is cancel.
Third: Enable NAT function.
In the following page layout:

Select Enable and click Apply to make the list effective.

1.4.4

DHCP server configuration


This function is used to configure router as DHCP server, in order to distribute IP
address automatically for PC of LAN.

DHCP configuration: Enable or Disable.


Address range: fill in a IP address range for PC of LAN. ( The default subnet mask is
255.255.255.0).
Default Route: fill in the default router for PC in LAN, usually it is the IP address of port
that is connected LAN.
Primary or Secondary DNS server: fill in the IP address of DNS server for PC in LAN.

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Lease expired: the useful-life of PC IP address. The default is one day.


Click apply to make the configuration effective. If you want to check the distributive
result, you should click Client List.

It shows the IP address, MAC address and lease expired of client.


Click Refresh to release IP address for client. Click Release All Clients to release all
IP address for client.

1.4.5

DNS Configuration
It is used to configure DNS.

DNS Proxy: Enable or Disable.


DNS Server: fill in a IP address of DNS, click add to add DNS server. You can add 6
DNS server at best.

1.5

Advanced
It includes the following submenu: Mutiplex Line, Port Mapping, Special NAT,
Firewall, Default Route, Static Route, DDNS Settings, VPN Settings. Advanced
settings can help you finish some advanced function for router.

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1.5.1

Multiplex Line

A.

There are more WAN ports in router, and they can connect Internet at one time.
You could design the flux control of port according to bandwidth of every line.
You can use WAN Flux Setting to achieve the control.
Enable: Enable or Disable.
Bandwidth: fill in the bandwidth provided by ISP.
Click Apply to make the configuration effective.

B.

ISP DB Update. When system is warning that there is no file named isp_db, you
should click browse to find this file, then click Upgrade, and reboot the router to
make the file effective.

C.

Policy Route Setting is used to separate LAN into several parts, in order to make
every WAN port communicate with Internet normally.
For example: TP0 and TP1 are WAN ports, the address range of LAN is
192.168.2.100~192.168.2.200. We hope that separate LAN into two part:
192.168.2.100~192.168.2.150
browse
Internet
through
TP0,
and
192.168.2.151~192.168.2.200 browse Internet through TP1. Click add button:

LAN Group: fill in one number to mark different LAN net-segment.


LAN IP Address Range: fill in the address range in LAN.
Out Port & Sec. Out Port: select the WAN port to transmit the LAN's packets. (Also
can select another port as backup).

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1.5.2

Port Mapping
Port mapping is one of NAT. It is used to mapping the IP address in LAN or TCP/UDP
port of one IP address to public net, so that the users in public net could call some host
computer or serve that are in LAN.
Note: They only call some service, but not all LAN.
For example: 192.168.2.10 and 192.168.2.11 are IP address in LAN, 202.192.2.10 and
202.192.2.11 are the rightful IP address. When 192.168.2.10 communicates with
Internet, the router will transform the source IP address of packet to 202.192.2.10, and
transmit this packet. When router receive a packet which destination IP address is
202.192.2.10, router will transform the destination IP address to 192.168.2.10 and
transmit it to host computer in LAN.

Click add to add the list.

Protocol: You can choose TCP, UDP or ALL. When you choose ALL, you will not design
port number.
Inside Address: It is a private address typical, that is address of host computer in LAN.
Inside port: Users could design port when inner host computer communicate with
outside.
Outside Address: It is a rightful IP address.
Outside Port: Design a external port number.
Click Apply to make the configuration effective, Back is cancel.

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1.5.3

Special Address Mapping


It is one of NAT. if you configure in NAT setting menu, it could make users in inner net
call public net; And configuration of port mapping could make users in public call some
host computer or service in inner net. But this special NAT port mapping is used to
make users in inner net call some host computer or service by public IP address of
router.
For example: 192.168.2.1 in LAN wants to call 192.168.2.2 in LAN by public IP
218.1.1.1, users should fill 218.1.1.1 in outside Address, fill 192.168.2.2 in inside
Address, and choose ALL protocol.
The configuration method of special address mapping is similar with port mapping.
Please refer to chapter 1.5.2.

1.5.4

Firewall
1705router is used to be a firewall by proper configuration.

The page layout shows the firewall function for every port. The firewall can screen two
directional data packet: IN(receive), OUT(send or transmit). You only need to edit the
corresponding filter list of port in order to make the firewall effective.

1. Edit the filter lists


Users could design the parameter of filter packet in filter list. If the router enable firewall
function, it will compare every entries of filter lists with source IP and destination IP of
data packet in order to judge receiving or transmitting the data packet.
Click the link of filter lists to enter configuration page layout.

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The configuration method of filter lists is similar with access list configuration of NAT.
Their difference is: access lists of NAT is used to control communication of Internet and
PC in LAN, but filter lists of firewall is used to control the filter function of data packet.
Note:
The filter lists is a order sentence concourse, it match information of packet and parameter of access lists
by superincumbent order. Its judgement rule is that stop the matching rule if it pass some rule in access
lists, and it will not compare with latter rule.
There is a question in above configuration. The users purpose is that abandon all
packets except source IP 192.168.2.1. The figure is configured two items to achieve the
purpose. However the router match filter lists, its first row (deny row) has already finish
the matching, and it doesnt match the second row. In this way, even if the source IP
address of data packet is 192.168.2.1, the router will filter this data packet.
The right method is that trade order of the two list item. You can adjust by up and dn
button in right.

2. Enable Firewall
Select Enable and click Apply to make the filter function effective.

1.5.5

Default Route

There are two parts in default route page layout:


Route Cache Settings:
It is used to configure aging time of route cache. The default is 16. Usually it is
used to be default value.
Default Route Table:
Click Add Route to add the default route.

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Default Route: IP Addrfill in the IP address of default route.


TPxselect a port of default route.
Metric: select the metric of reaching default route. The default value is 1. Usually
it is used to be the default value.

1.5.6

Static Route
It is used to configure the static route.

Click Add Route to add a static route.

Dst. IP Addr., Subnet Mask: fill in the destination IP address and subnet mask.
Gateway/Interface: fill in the next skip address or port if reached the destination IP
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Metric: the default value is 1.

1.5.7

DDNS Settings
DDNS (dynamic DNS) only support PeanutHull at present.

Click Add to add a piece of configuration for DDNS.

Name: intitle for the setting.


State: Enable or Disable.
Username, Password: fill in the username and password that is registered in
PeanutHull net.
Domain Name: fill in the domain name which is registered in PeanutHull net.
DDNS Server, Port Num: fill in the server and port that are provided by PeanutHull. The
default that we provide one DDNS server, you could rejigger the server if you need.
Port Bind: choose one port to bind.

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1.5.8

VPN Settings
The routers support VPN, and you can configure IPSec. It is used to establish a tunnel
for either communication, and protect the communication of host computer between
tunnel.

You should ensure that configure IPSec VPN in which port. Then you could edit the list
of tunnel, establish one or more tunnels. You d better enable configured tunnel lists.
Edit the tunnel lists:
Click the list of tunnel name:

It shows all configured tunnel list. You can add new tunnel or edit the configured
tunnel
Add/Edit tunnel:

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ID: You can establish more tunnel, so you should point out ID of one tunnel.
Local Group: it shows the IP address range of local tunnel. It must suit the IP
address which is in local group so that could use IPSec.
Remote Group: It is one IP, range, mask of another end tunnel. It shows the
address of tunnel distance. IPSec only protect the communication of IP address
which is in this range.
Remote Gateway/Host: It limits the IP address range which is protected by
communication. And it appoints one specifically distanced host or address.
Secure Assciation: select Mode Main usually.
Encryption: it is the encrypt mode of tunnel communication.
Authenction: it is the authentication mode of tunnel communication.
Key Management: fill in one key which is used by tunnel.

1.6

Admin tools
This menu includes: user Management, Config Files, IOS Software, Time
Settings, Remote Control, Diagnose Tool, Ports Define, System Reboot.

1.6.1

User Management

It shows the users who could logging on router.


Click Add to add new user.

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Fill in the username, password and confirm password, then click Apply to add new
username.
Click Config to alter the password.

Fill in new password and confirm, click Apply to alter.


Note: system dont provide delete function when there is only one user.

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1.6.2

Config Files

Save Current Configuration: it is used to save the current configuration for router.
Current Configuration Backup: it is used to backup the configuration files. That is
downloading the startup-config file to PC in order to use at meet.
Load Configuration: it is corresponding to above item. It is used to upload the
configuration file to router, and reboot router to use the file. You must named the file
startup-config and ensure it is a rightful file.
Resume Default Configuration: it is used to resume the default configuration, that is the
leave-factory configuration.
Note: These operate need any time, so that you should configure other item when system register
successfully.

1.6.3

IOS Software

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IOS Software Backup: we issue new IOS edition in a period of time. Users could
backup old edition.
IOS software Upgrade: it is used to upgrade IOS edition. And users must named the file
router.bin. The IOS file must be a rightful file.

1.6.4

Time Settings

There are two parts in this page layout:


SNTP Setting:
Query Interval: it is the interval which router query SNTP Server. The default
value is 1.
SNTP Server: Users could add more SNTP server and choose 4 editions. The
default edition is 4.
Time-Zone Select: it is used to select a time-zone.

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1.6.5

Remote Control

HTTP Server Port Setting: in some condition users may alter the default port to
configure Web. You should make sure this port doesnt conflict with other port.
NAT Surveillance Software: Enable or Disable.
SNMP Settings: it is used to enable SNMP function.

1.6.6

Diagnose Tool

Ping test process is used to test that the destination IP address is reached or not, and
the loss rate of packet.
Destination IP: fill in the testing destination IP address.

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Source IP: it is used to appoint the especial port to ping the destination IP address.
Here should be filled in the IP address of especial port. It can be choose or not.
Packet Size: it is used to design the size of ping packet.

1.6.7

Port Define

The router can be set more WAN port. Users could fill in the number and click Save
and Reboot to make the configuration effective.
Note: The number of WAN port is different according to different router.
Users could enable or disable Port Mirror function.
Note: Please configure other item when system register successfully.

1.6.8

System Reboot

1.7

Running State
This menu includes: System Info, System State, System Log.

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1.7.1

System Information
It is used to show the system informatiom.

1.7.2

System State
It shows the port state of system.

1.7.3

System Log
Users could know the system state by observing Log information.

The page layout shows the log information. Click Clear to clear the information, click
Refresh to show the newest log information.
Click Setting to set the output of log information.

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System Log Output Setting


Enable: it is used to enable or disable the output of system log. If you select
Disable, the log output page layout will not show any information.
Syslog Size: it is the size of log buffer.
Level: The output of Log is divided into many steps. Users could design the
output range of log.
Syslog Server Setting:
Enable: enable this function, the log will output in appointed log server.
Server Address: the address of log server.
Level: Above.

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