The BeWAN iBox

Overview
Tomorrow’s IAD now!

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Table of contents
• Introduction • Product view • Firmware overview • Internet access configuration • VOIP configuration • HomeCenter Configuration

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The BeWAN iBox
The hub of household communications, now and in the future
Today, the BeWAN iBox brings you:

• all the services you need for your customers • a host of innovative features to give you the competitive edge • everything you'll need to provide the services that will make the difference in the future

Get ahead of the rest, with the BeWAN iBox!
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Table of contents
• Introduction • Product view • Firmware overview • Internet access configuration • VOIP configuration • HomeCenter Configuration

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BeWAN iBox -

Product view

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BeWAN iBox Functionalities General View

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This is an example, ports can be changed to fit specific needs

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BeWAN iBox Functionalities ADSL • ADSL:
– ADSL – RE-ADSL – ADSL2 – ADSL2+ – Auto-provisionning-TR069 – Remote update or upgrade

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BeWAN iBox Functionalities LAN

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• Ethernet Port:
– 1 Ethernet port 10/100 Base Tx MDI/MDI-X You can use this port to connect an additional Ethernet switch or hub to extend your Local Area Network to another computers.

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BeWAN iBox Functionalities - USB • USB Client Port:
– 1 USB 1.1 port You can use this USB port to connect a computer without Ethernet card or 2nd computer and offering all associated services of BeWAN iBox (Internet sharing, files sharing, etc.).

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BeWAN iBox Functionalities USB Sharing

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• USB Host:
– 2 USB host 2.0 ports Ability to connect and share devices on Local Area Network (webcam, storage, printers, bluetooth dongle, etc.).

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BeWAN iBox Functionalities VoIP Service
• FXS: – 2 FXS • SIP support, MGCP

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• G.711 - G.729a/b - G.726-32 - G.723.1 AMR – GSM • Caller ID (caller ID Type I & II, CLIP I & II, CLID I & CLID II). • Ability to manage conference call on mixed mode (VoIP call and analog call). • FXO: – 1 FXO • When electric power is Off, turn on automatically to analog network (bypass function) • Usage of analog network when the SIP account is not activated (SIP Fail over).
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Table of contents
• Introduction • Product view • Firmware overview • Internet access configuration • VOIP configuration • HomeCenter Configuration

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BeWAN iBox Firmware
One firmware, several hardware, for a secure procurement

Unique solution running on different hardware

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Table of contents
• Introduction • Product view • Firmware overview • Internet access configuration • VOIP configuration • HomeCenter Configuration

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BeWAN iBox Administration
Open a web browser on your PC and type http://ibox.bewan:8080 or http://192.168.1.254:8080 . A pop-up window will open to ask for username and password. Please type default values (username =bewan and Password=bewan) on the window for the first time accessing and click OK for next screen.

Remark: User interface is possible to customise

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BeWAN iBox Internet Access

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BeWAN iBox Internet Access
1. In the Connection method section, select the protocol used by your ADSL line (if you are unsure, contact your telecoms operator to confirm your connection type).

2. In the ADSL settings section, enter your ADSL settings. The default settings are as follows: Modulation = Multimode, VPI = 8, VCI = 35, Encapsulation = LLC If you do not know the ADSL settings (protocol, modulation, VPI, VCI and encapsulation) needed to connect, contact your telecoms operator.

3. With a PPP (PPPoE or PPPoA) connection, all that remains is to enter your username and password in the PPP authentification section. In the Login and Password fields, enter the login username and password given to you by your ISP. Note: When entering the username and password, you must respect case (capitals/lower case).

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Table of contents
• Introduction • Product view • Firmware overview • Internet access configuration • VOIP configuration • HomeCenter Configuration

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BeWAN iBox : VoIP and telephony
services

Internet telephony, caller ID, conference calls, answerphone

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BeWAN iBox: VoIP parameters

Select “New VOIP account” to add a new VOIP account
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VOIP Account- Main Menu

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VOIP Account-1

The protocol to be used. There are two options: SIP, and MGCP. The default setting is SIP.

Enter your account name and your password Set the domain name or IP address of the SIP Registrar server. Set the domain name or IP address of the SIP Proxy server. Set the domain name or IP address of the outbound proxy server.
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VOIP Account-2

Name: rule name Number: the number that will be sent to called DTMF DTMF Relay The DTMF Relay function. There are three options to be supported as below: Inband RFC2833 SIP INFO Enabled on Phone1 or Phone2: The phones that allowed to use this VOIP account

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VOIP Account-3
Dial plan table:

This feature allow you to define the dial plan table and which number can be dialed through this SIP account. Ex:0<1-39>:this rule mean all the number start with “0” will be allowed to dialed through this SIP account. Ex:0143346920 or 0046123456778,…..

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SIP Phones users

You can add SIP users internally ex:IP Phone,WIFI phone,ATA
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SIP Phones users-1

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SIP Phones users-2

Extension: the internal number that you will give to SIP phones accounts

Username & password : the account name and your password that you will give SIP phones users

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Analogue Line configuration

Select the option “Analog line”
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Analogue Line configuration Main Menu

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Analogue Line-1

Select the users can receive the incoming call from the regular analogue line

Select the users can dial an outgoing call through the regular analogue line
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Analogue Line-2

This feature allows you to define the dial plan table and which number can be dialled through this analogue line. Ex:9<1-39>:this rule mean all the number start with “9” will be allowed to dialled through this analogue line but before send the number the BeWAN iBOX will remove the prefix “9” before dial the number through PSTN line. Ex: the BeWAN iBOX will receive from user 90143346920 and will send to PSTN line 0143346920. You can select a numbers that the BeWAN iBOX will dials directly through PSTN or SIP without prefix. Ex:the emergency can be set in this menu to be dialled directly through the PSTN line.(15,17,18,911,...)
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Telephony Service

Country option which allows the user to select the country for which the BeWAN ibox configuration must work.

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Telephony-1

Remote dial your own phone or password approved access to phone lines from anywhere on the planet. Remote access to local phone lines either PSTN or digital VOIP. This is a very cheap solution to sometimes a difficult issue

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Table of contents
• Introduction • Product view • Firmware overview • Internet access configuration • VOIP configuration • HomeCenter Configuration

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Bluetooth

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Bluetooth

Plug your Bluetooth USB dongle to the USB port of the BeWAN BeWAN, then enable the option on this menu.

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Sharing

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Sharing- Main menu

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Sharing - Description

Your USB printer is connected to USB port can be shared by other users on your network

Enable the WEB server on the Bewan Home centre and define the option related by each users

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Home centre user accounts

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Home center user accounts - main menu

Click at to add a new account and define the option for each users
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Home center user accounts-1

Create a login and password for home center users

Enabled the service allowed by users home centers
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BeWAN Home Center

Open a web browser on your PC and type http://ibox.bewan

For your friends, they will need an access to your HomeCenter from the internet network, so if you don’t have an fix public IP address you can use the Dyndns function.

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BeWAN Home center

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BeWAN Home center

Enter your login and password account to access your Home Center

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BeWAN Home center - WebBlog

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BeWAN Home center Universal photo album

Collect photos and create albums that can be viewed via the Internet

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BeWAN Home center Universal photo album

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BeWAN Home center Digital Juke Box

Download music tracks then listen to them at home, on the move or via the Internet

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BeWAN Home center Digital Juke Box

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BeWAN Home center VoiceMail

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BeWAN Home center VoiceMail

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Here are just a few of the applications possible:

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BeWAN Home center Remote home system control
Control household systems and appliances remotely (simulate a human presence, turn on central heating, etc.)

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BeWAN Home center Internet GSM/WiFi calls
Make calls via the Internet with a GSM bluetooth or WiFi phone

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BeWAN Home center Video surveillance
Home surveillance via the Internet or from a GSM phone, with intruder alerts

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The BeWAN iBox has been designed with a high-performance hardware and software structure, so it can be used to provide a host of other innovative new services. Take full advantage of them to impress your customers, consolidate your existing customer base and boost your market share!

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