SpeedTouch™716/716g

Broadband Voice IAD

User’s Guide

Release R1.0

SpeedTouch™716g only

SpeedTouch™ 716/716g

User’s Guide R1.0

Copyright
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Document Information
Status: v3.0 (February 2005) Reference: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 Short Title: User’s Guide ST716/ST716g R1.0

Contents

Contents

1
1.1 1.2

SpeedTouch™ Installation ........................................... 9
Getting Acquainted with the SpeedTouch™ ................................ 10 Setting up the SpeedTouch™....................................................... 13

2
2.1 2.2 2.3
2.3.1 2.3.2

SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup................... 15
Ethernet Connection Setup.......................................................... 16 USB Connection Setup................................................................. 17 Wireless Connection Setup .......................................................... 19
First-time Wireless Client Association ......................................................................... 21 Connecting Additional Wireless Clients....................................................................... 23

2.4
2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.4.4 2.4.5 2.4.6 2.4.7

Securing your Wireless Network.................................................. 24
Encryption ...................................................................................................................... 25 WEP................................................................................................................................. 26 WPA ................................................................................................................................ 27 WPA-PSK ........................................................................................................................ 29 802.1x.............................................................................................................................. 31 Restricting Wireless Access .......................................................................................... 33 Hiding your Wireless Network...................................................................................... 34

2.5

Extending the Range of your Wireless Network .......................... 35

3

Configuration............................................................... 37

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Contents

4
4.1

SpeedTouch™ Internet Connectivity ........................ 39
Using the MS Windows XP Internet Gateway Device Control Agent .............................................................................. 40 Using the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages ............................................ 42

4.2

5
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5
5.5.1 5.5.2 5.5.3 5.5.4 5.5.5 5.5.6 5.5.7 5.5.8

SpeedTouch™ Web Interface .................................... 43
Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages..................................... 44 Navigating the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages.................................... 46 Quick Start ................................................................................... 47 Status ........................................................................................... 52 Advanced ..................................................................................... 55
Local Network ................................................................................................................ 56 Internet............................................................................................................................ 58 IP Routing ....................................................................................................................... 59 DNS Server..................................................................................................................... 60 Virtual Server ................................................................................................................. 61 Firewall ........................................................................................................................... 63 Quality of Service........................................................................................................... 64 IGMP Proxy..................................................................................................................... 65

5.6
5.6.1 5.6.2 5.6.3 5.6.4

Wireless ........................................................................................ 66
Basic................................................................................................................................ 67 Security........................................................................................................................... 68 Access Control ............................................................................................................... 69 Repeater.......................................................................................................................... 70

5.7 5.8 5.9

Voice ............................................................................................ 71 Diagnostics .................................................................................. 72 Management ................................................................................ 73

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.......................4 8.......................................2 6................... 90 7 7.. 81 6.......................... 87 Call Transferring ......................................................4........... 105 Upgrading Problems .................................. 78 Configuration ........................................................................................................ 86 6................1 6...........................................2 Voice over IP...................................0 5 ......... 102 Troubleshooting ......... 99 Reset to Defaults .........................................................1 8.............. 84 MGCP Web Pages ......................................................................1 6..3 VoIP Call Features.............................................................................................................................................3 Support ........................1 6.... 88 Call Waiting ......................................3 8................................. 92 SNMP .........4.......................................1 6......................................................................... 97 Updating your Firmware ..................................................................3......................... 79 SIP Web Pages ...........1 8.............1.......2..............................1.......................2 6............. 106 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3........ 89 3-ways Conference Calls .........................................................................................................................................3 6............................................ 77 Session Initiation Protocol.......... 98 UPnP™ on Windows XP Systems.................2 Advanced Configuration..................... 91 Setting up a Virtual Server ...............Contents 6 6....................... 103 Diagnostics Tests ...................2........2 8..............................................2 Media Gateway Control Protocol........................................................................................ 94 8 8..........4................................. 83 Configuration ...3........................................................1 7......................................3.............................................................................. 104 Problems with LAN..............................................2 8................................................

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A tip provides an alternative method or shortcut to perform an action. documents and software releases.speedtouch.About this User’s Guide About this User’s Guide Used symbols A note provides additional information about a topic.0 7 . visit us at: www. ! Terminology A caution warns you about potential problems or specific precautions that need to be taken. the SpeedTouch™716 and SpeedTouch™716g will be referred to as SpeedTouch™ in this User’s Guide. Generally. Documentation and software updates THOMSON continuously develops new solutions.com E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. but is also committed to improve its existing products. For more information on THOMSON's latest technological innovations.

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Wireless functionality If you purchased a SpeedTouch™716g.0 9 . E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. ADSL functionality Both the SpeedTouch™716 and SpeedTouch™716g support: ADSL2 RE-ADSL ADSL2+ and are backward compatible with ADSL. VoIP functionality The SpeedTouch™ is equipped with two Voice over IP (VoIP) ports allowing high quality Voice over IP functionality. the SpeedTouch™ also includes a 54 Megabits per second (Mbps) wireless 802.11g interface to offer seamless connection of wired and wireless worlds from anywhere in the home. The SpeedTouch™716 and 716g allow ADSL Internet connectivity while providing voice over IP functions for home and office users. Safety instructions Prior to connecting the SpeedTouch™.Chapter 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation Introduction Thank you for purchasing the SpeedTouch™ Broadband Voice IAD. read the SpeedTouch™ Quick Installation Guide and Safety Instructions.

please contact your local distributor. your DSL package should contain: SpeedTouch™716/716g Colour coded cables Yellow Ethernet cable (RJ-45) Blue USB cable Grey DSL cable (RJ-11) Power adapter (18V AC) SpeedTouch™ Setup CD Safety Instructions & Regulatory Information booklet Quick Installation Guide DSL filter(s) (optional) SpeedTouch™ wireless networking product(s) (optional) In case items are missing or damaged. Front panel layout The SpeedTouch™ is presented in a desktop housing: 10 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.1 Getting Acquainted with the SpeedTouch™ Introducing the SpeedTouch™ Delivery check Make sure to read the safety instructions first. Next to your SpeedTouch.0 .Chapter 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation 1.

The phone is on hook or no phone connected. Power off or wait for USB connection going up.0 11 . Flashing On Internet activity. DSL synchronised. VoIP service down.2 Green Off VOIP Ready Green Off SpeedTouch™716g WLAN LED If you purchased a SpeedTouch™716g. On At least one PPPoA or PPPoE connection is up. Users can access the Internet now. Flashing On USB activity. no Internet activity. Startup pending. On The phone is off hook. no activity. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. USB connection. No wireless connection. On VoIP service up. No Ethernet connection. no activity. No PPPoA or PPPoE connection. Power off or DSL line synchronising. Wireless LAN connection. the SpeedTouch™ is equipped with an additional LED to indicate the WLAN status: LED Status Flashing On Off Description Wireless activity. Updating Firmware Power off.Chapter 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation Front panel LEDs Indicator LED PWR Description Colour Green Red Status On On Flashing Power on. Ethernet connection. Flashing On Ethernet activity. Off DSL Green Off PPP Green Off Ethernet 1 ~ 4 Green Off USB Green Off Phone 1.

Chapter 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation SpeedTouch™ back panel layout The following connections are available on your SpeedTouch™: A B C D E F G H I A B C D E Antenna (SpeedTouch™716g only) Phone set connector (marked green) PSTN port DSL line port (marked grey) 10/100Base-T Ethernet switch (marked yellow) F G H I USB port (marked blue) Recessed reset button Power button (ON/OFF) Power inlet Aligning the SpeedTouch™716g antenna You are able to align the external antenna to optimise the wireless link. When the antenna is erect. It is advised to use the received signal strength as indicated by the wireless client manager to optimise the antenna position for the link to a given client. wireless links in the horizontal plane are favoured. Please note that the antenna characteristics are influenced by the environment. The antenna characteristics are such that wireless links perpendicular to the antenna are favoured.0 . 12 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. for example by reflections of the radio signal against walls or ceilings.

L) is an extension to ADSL2 that allows to significantly extend the reach of throughput capabilities.0 13 . services and deployment scenarios. being the successor of the well-known ADSL standard. Diagnostics. Among the changes are: Improvements in data rate up to 12 Mbps and reach performance. ! Support of the latest ADSL standards The SpeedTouch™ supports the latest ADSL standards: ADSL2 RE-ADSL ADSL2+ and is backward compatible with ADSL. Always contact your Service Provider when installing splitters/filters! Public telephone lines carry voltages that can cause electric shock.4).Chapter 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation 1. Rate adaption.992. The power inlet on the SpeedTouch™ is marked . E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. RE-ADSL Reach Extended ADSL (RE-ADSL) (ITU G.5) is an extension to the ADSL2 standard that goes even further in offering optimal broadbanding. ADSL2 ADSL2 (ITU G. adds new features and functionality targeted at improving performance and interoperability. Plug the adapter's coaxial jack into the SpeedTouch™'s power inlet and plug the power supply into a power socket outlet. and adds support for new applications. Stand-by mode. Use the grey DSL cable provided to wire the SpeedTouch™ DSL port to your telephone wall outlet or distributed filter.992.992.2 Setting up the SpeedTouch™ ADSL service The appropriate DSL service must be available at your premises: ADSL service must be enabled on your telephone line.992. Connect the DSL line The grey DSL port on the SpeedTouch™ is marked . it nearly doubles the maximum ADSL downstream data rates to up to 24 Mbps. Contact your Service Provider in case of any doubt. Connect the power supply Always check first whether the power supply adapter provided is suitable for the local power specifications. Only install splitter/filters yourself if these are qualified for that purpose. ADSL2+ ADSL2+ (ITU G.3 and G. As both telephone and ADSL service are simultaneously available from the same copper pair. you will need a central splitter or distributed filters for decoupling ADSL and telephone signals.

14 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 . The SpeedTouch™ is ready for service as soon as the Power LED on the front panel is solid green. If this LED does not light up.Chapter 1 SpeedTouch™ Installation Switch on SpeedTouch™ Once all previous steps are completed.4 Troubleshooting” on page 103. push the ON/OFF button on the back panel to switch on the SpeedTouch™. see “8. proceed with “2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup” on page 15. Connect your computer(s) To connect your computer(s) with the SpeedTouch™.

Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup Introduction The SpeedTouch™ offers you following networking solutions: Wired Ethernet See “2.0 15 . that is: One computer over USB Multiple computers over wired Ethernet In case you purchased a SpeedTouch™716g. ! Wireless Ethernet See “2. if you want to connect your computer to the SpeedTouch™ over USB.1 Ethernet Connection Setup” on page 16 for more information. ! The SpeedTouch™ local network This connection method is only available on the SpeedTouch™716g.3 Wireless Connection Setup” on page 19 for more information. USB (1.2 USB Connection Setup” on page 17 for more information. local hosts using one of the solutions above are able to share a local network.1) You must install the USB drivers. See “2. multiple wireless clients over wireless networking E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. By introducing the SpeedTouch™ into your local network.

Verifying Ethernet connectivity Internet connection setup If the Ethernet LED of the corresponding port is solid green or flashing. 16 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. please follow the installation instructions supplied with the hub for connections and Ethernet cabling. Wiring procedure Use the yellow cable to connect the SpeedTouch™ to your computer or hub (in case you want to extend your network). you are successfully connected to the SpeedTouch™ Ethernet network. To prepare the SpeedTouch™ for accessing the internet. If an external hub or switch is used for wired Ethernet networking.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2.0 . continue with “3 Configuration” on page 37. without needing extra networking devices or to expand an existing 10 or 100Base-T Ethernet network.1 Ethernet Connection Setup The SpeedTouch™ Ethernet switch The SpeedTouch™ four-port 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing MDI/MDI-X Ethernet switch allows you to create a local Ethernet network of up to four devices.

You can also connect your computer to the SpeedTouch™ using a USB hub. not this time and click Next. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. you may want to connect the computer to the SpeedTouch™ using the USB port on the back panel of the SpeedTouch™. 3 Windows detects the presence of the new Thomson USB Remote NDIS device: 4 If the Found New Hardware Wizard asks your authorisation to connect to Window Update to search for software select No.2 USB Connection Setup Introduction If your computer is not equipped with an Ethernet port. Supported Operating Systems USB connectivity is supported for following operating systems: Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows Milennium Procedure Proceed as follows: 1 Connect the SpeedTouch™ to your computer using the blue USB cable provided: 2 Connect the other end of the USB cable to (one of) the USB port(s) on your computer.0 17 .Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2.

you are successfully connected to the SpeedTouch™ USB interface. 6 7 Verifying USB connectivity Internet connection setup The Found New Hardware Wizard installs the necessary divers on your computer. If the USB LED is solid green or flashing. 18 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Click Finish to conclude the installation.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 5 Following window appears: Insert the SpeedTouch™ Setup CD and click Next. To prepare the SpeedTouch™ for accessing the internet. continue with “3 Configuration” on page 37.0 .

for example the Internet.via the SpeedTouch™ DSL router . without the need for a wired environment. IEEE802. Be aware that only IEEE802.3 Wireless Connection Setup SpeedTouch™ wireless access point The SpeedTouch™716g features a Wireless LAN Access Point (AP).Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. the number of channels actually allowed to be used may be additionally restricted. then the SpeedTouch™716g will select channel 1. if there is an access point at channel 5 and an access point at channel 11. this is channel number) is as high as possible. depending on local regulations. The SpeedTouch™716g supports all channels allowed for wireless networking according to your region’s regulations.0 19 . However. To avoid interference with another WLAN make sure that the separation (in terms of frequency. Radio channels The IEEE802.11g standard for WLANs allows several WLAN networks using different radio channels to be co-located. It’s recommended to keep at least 3 channels between 2 different WLAN’s. As shown in table below: Regulatory Domain China Europe Israel Japan Jordan Thailand USA Allowed Radio Channels 1 to 13 1 to 13 5 to 7 1 to 14 10 to 13 1 to 14 1 to 11 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.access to the public network. The different channels are overlapping.11b. will be able to communicate with the SpeedTouch™716g and other members of the SpeedTouch™ (W)LAN environment. The SpeedTouch™716g supports multiple radio channels and is able to select the best radio channel at each start-up. that behaves as a networking hub allowing to wirelessly interconnect several devices to the local (W)LAN and provide .11g Wireless technology enables these devices to communicate with each other in a locally mobile fashion. For example.11g compliant wireless clients are able to gain full profit of the 54 Mbps (Max) bandwidth delivered by the SpeedTouch™716g. Compatibility Only wireless client adapters at least compliant to IEEE802.

5 Extending the Range of your Wireless Network”.0 .Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup Setting up your wireless network If you are configuring the SpeedTouch™ proceed as follows: 1 Associate your wireless client with the SpeedTouch™. 2 3 4 Extending your wireless network The SpeedTouch™716g features Wireless Distribution System (WDS) functionality. Secure your wireless network. For more information. See “2.2 Connecting Additional Wireless Clients” on page 23.4 Securing your Wireless Network” on page 24. see “2.3. See “3 Configuration” on page 37 for more information.3.1 First-time Wireless Client Association” on page 21 for more information. This feature allows you to extend the range of your wireless network by introducing one or more of WDS-enabled devices into your wireless network. See “2. Configure your SpeedTouch™. See “2. Associate the additional wireless clients in your network. 20 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.

Usually this is the default TCP/IP configuration for (wireless) Ethernet interfaces of your computer. If needed. The wireless client is correctly configured for associating to the SpeedTouch™716g wireless access point (See below). E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. In this case.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. The wireless client is installed on your computer. The wireless client adapter’s IP configuration is set to dynamically obtain its IP configuration (DHCP). follow the instructions for the wireless client software to initiate association. The SpeedTouch™716g is in its default configuration. reset the SpeedTouch™716g to its default configuration as described in “8.0 21 .1 First-time Wireless Client Association Preparing the first-time wireless client Make sure that: The SpeedTouch™716g is powered on and ready for service. As the SpeedTouch™716g broadcasts its network name to the wireless clients. your wireless client must be correctly configured for the default network name. Some wireless clients do not automatically join a wireless network. you can select the SpeedTouch™716g wireless network (for example SpeedTouch012345) from a list of available networks. Depending on your wireless client a wireless icon may become green or a message similar to the following may pop up: “Successfully joined Wireless network SpeedTouch012345”. First-time wireless client configuration To be able to connect to the SpeedTouch™ wireless network.3 Reset to Defaults” on page 102.3.

4 Your computer is now connected to the SpeedTouch™716g wireless network: Other Operating Systems usually use a dedicated client manager to configure you wireless settings. 3 Following window appears: Click Connect Anyway. 22 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 . 2 The Wireless Network Connection window appears: In the Choose a wireless network list. see your wireless client’s user documentation.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup First-time association example To associate your wireless client to the SpeedTouch™716g on a computer running MS Windows XP Service Pack 2: 1 Click the network icon in the notification area. select the SpeedTouch™716g wireless network and click Connect. For more information.

The Access Control page appears. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. Optionally. Wireless client configuration Configure your wireless client with the same network name (SSID) and encryption as the SpeedTouch™716g. For more information. For more information.0 23 . 5 Type the MAC Address of your wireless device in the MAC address of wireless adaptor field: Click Apply.2 Connecting Additional Wireless Clients Preconditions Make sure that: The SpeedTouch™ is powered on and ready for service.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. SpeedTouch™716g configuration If the SpeedTouch™ Access Control List (ACL) is On in Deny mode some additional configuration is needed: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages on a computer that is listed in the ACL or that is connected using wired Ethernet/USB. The wireless client adapters are installed on all computers you want to connect to the WLAN. 2 3 4 Browse to Wireless > Access Control. Click View Access Control List. the SpeedTouch™ wireless settings have been personalised. see “5.3. consult your wireless client’s user documentation. The Wireless Action Control List page appears: Click Add.

Hide your Network Name (SSID) from other users.4 Securing your Wireless Network Introduction After going through the SpeedTouch™716g configuration setup procedures.1 Encryption” for more information.6 Restricting Wireless Access”for more information. See “2.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2.4. 24 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 . See “2. it is strongly recommended to secure your wireless network. be aware that all clients within the range of your wireless network are able to connect to the SpeedTouch™ network an to use your Internet connection.4. ! SpeedTouch™ wireless security options The SpeedTouch™716g allows you to: Encrypt the data sent over your wireless network.7 Hiding your Wireless Network” for more information. Restrict the access to the SpeedTouch™716g wireless network. If you choose not to secure your wireless network.4. See “2.

E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.1 Encryption Methods The SpeedTouch™ offers you following encryption methods: Disabled WEP WPA WPA-PSK 802.1x Before configuring the SpeedTouch™ encryption.4.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2.0 25 . make sure you know which encryption methods are supported by your wireless client.

The WEP key is only used to encrypt/decrypt data. click 64-bit WEP or 128-bit WEP. Key 1 to 4 Default Transmission Key 5 6 Wireless client(s) configuration Enter your settings. ASCII characters. see “5. The fixed secret key is used to encrypt data before being transmitted. The WEP key is used to authenticate and to encrypt/ decrypt data.0 .Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. In the Wi-Fi Protected Access list. Following fields appear: Authentication Type: The SpeedTouch™716g supports two authentication types: Open System: All wireless clients are able to authenticate. Configuring WEP on the SpeedTouch™ Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. 26 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Click Apply. 2 3 4 Browse to Wireless > Security. see your wireless client’s user documentation.2 WEP Definition The Wired Equivalent Protocol (WEP) relies on a secret key that is shared between the wireless client (for example a laptop with a wireless client) and the SpeedTouch™716g. For more information.4. Shared Key: Only wireless clients using a correct SSID and WEP key are able to authenticate. For more information. Configure your wireless client(s) with the new WEP settings.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. Format: This section allows you to choose between: Hexadecimal digits.

RADIUS UDP Port: Port 1812 is the reserved RADIUS-authentication port described in RFC2138. authorization. and configuration information between a Network Access Server which desires to authenticate its links and a shared Authentication Server. Configuring WPA on the SpeedTouch™ Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. RADIUS Server IP Address: The IP Address of the RADIUS Server. RADIUS Shared Secret: A share secret is like a password. Data Encryption (WPA): Select the data encryption for the WPA mode.0 27 .Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. see “5. Earlier RADIUS clients use port 1945.3 WPA Definition WPA Enterprise is a part of the Wi-Fi Protected Access standard. Following fields appear: WPA Group Rekey Interval: The time for the WPA group rekey interval in seconds. Click Apply. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. TKIP+AES: Combines the features and functions of TKIP and AES. Both IAS and the RADIUS client must be use the same shared secret for successful communication to occur. Enter the words for the share secret. Following encryption types are available: TKIP: The Temporal Key Integration Protocol (TKIP) takes the original master key only as a starting point and derives its encryption keys mathematically from this master key. For more information. In this mode. It uses a mathematical ciphering algorithm that employs variable key sizes of 128. click WPA. RADIUS Server Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service (RADIUS) is a protocol for carrying authentication. which is used between Internet Authentication Service (IAS) and the specific RADIUS client to verify identity. 2 3 4 Browse to Wireless > Security.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. 5 6 Enter your settings. In the Wi-Fi Protected Access list. AES: The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) provides security between client workstations operating in ad hoc mode.4. 192 or 256 bits. which is normally not available for residential use. Then it regularly changes and rotates the encryption keys so that the same encryption key will be never used twice. authentication is done by a dedicated authentication server.

For more information.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup Wireless client configuration Configure your wireless clients with the same settings.0 . 28 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. see your wireless client’s user documentation.

In the Wi-Fi Protected Access list. see “5. or 64 hexadecimal digits. TKIP uses in pairs temporary session keys which are derived from the PSK during the 4-way handshake. Following encryption types are available: TKIP: Takes the original master key only as a starting point and derives its encryption keys mathematically from this master key. Non-matching MICs reveal that a third party has been tampering the data to try and hack the system. Then it regularly changes and rotates the encryption keys so that the same encryption key will be never used twice. AES: Provides security between client workstations operating in ad hoc mode. 2 3 4 Browse to Wireless > Security.4 WPA-PSK Definition Contrary to WPA. both client and access point check whether they share the same Pre-Shared Key (without sending the PSK “in the clear”). Message Integrity Check (MIC). E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. It uses a mathematical ciphering algorithm that employs variable key sizes of 128. You have to click either Hexadecimal digits or ASCII characters and type the keys on the field of Pre-Share Key. WPA Personal features 3 basic improvements over WEP. Stronger encryption. Following fields appear: Format: Choose the typing method of encryption key. click WPA-PSK. In this handshake. Click Apply. a strong mathematical function in which the recipient and transmitter each compute and compare the MIC. TKIP+AES: Combines the features and functions of TKIP and AES. using the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP).Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. Only the devices with a matching key that you set here can join this network. 1 Mutual authentication of access point and client via a 4-way handshake. WPA-Pre Shared Key (WPA-PSK) does not need the presence of an authentication server on your network. 192 or 256 bits. In stead of using a fixed WEP key.4.0 29 . The unit is second. Data Encryption (WPA): Select the data encryption for the WPA mode. WPA Group Rekey Interval: Enter the time for the WPA group rekey interval. Pre-Share Key: Please type the key to be between 8 and 63 characters. For more information.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. 2 3 Configuring WPA-PSK on the SpeedTouch™ Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. 5 6 Enter the configuration of your choice.

30 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 . see your wireless client’s user documentation. For more information.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup Wireless client(s) configuration Configure your wireless client(s) with the same settings.

Configuring 802. Click Apply. RADIUS UDP Port: Except for the IP address of the RADIUS Server. Following fields appear: RADIUS Server IP Address: The IP Address of the RADIUS Server.1x on the SpeedTouch™ Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. you have to enter the port number for the server.1x. Port 1812 is the reserved RADIUSauthentication port described in RFC2138. which is used between RADIUS Server and the specific AP (RADIUS client) to verify identity. 802. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Earlier AP (RADIUS clients) use port 1945. Enter the words for the share secret. For more information. it is required to be authenticated by a central authentication server (RADIUS Server).: Windows 2000 Server: RADIUS server is installed using “Internet Authentication Service” and Certificate Services is installed AP (Router): It should be connected to Windows 2000 Advanced Server through the LAN port. click 802. Components Following components are needed to establish an 802.4. Both RADIUS Server and the AP (RADIUS client) must be use the same shared secret for successful communication to occur. 2 3 4 Browse to Wireless > Security. see “5.1x client: A WLAN card supporting WEP.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. 5 6 Enter your settings. The default value will be shown on this box.1x must be enabled. RADIUS Shared Secret: A share secret is like a password.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44.1x environment in your network. and configuration information between a Network Access Server which desires to authenticate its links and a shared Authentication Server. In the Wi-Fi Protected Access list. RADIUS Server Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service (RADIUS) is a protocol for carrying authentication.1x Definition When a wireless client requests access to a network.0 31 . The DHCP server for the router is used and 802.5 802. You can keep and use it. authorization. Only an authenticated user can access the wireless network.

32 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 .Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup Wireless client(s) configuration Configure your wireless client(s) with the new authentication and encryption settings. see your wireless client’s user documentation. For more information.

0 33 . On in Deny mode All stations that are not listed in the ACL are allowed to access the SpeedTouch™716g WLAN. Click Yes. 2 3 4 Browse to Wireless > Access Control. click The entry has been deleted. 5 Enter the MAC Address of the wireless device you want to allow in the MAC address of wireless adaptor field: Click Apply. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.4. For more information. ACL modes Following modes are supported: Off: All new stations are allowed to access the SpeedTouch™716g WLAN.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. The SpeedTouch™716g prompts you to confirm your choice. Adding a new ACL entry To add a new MAC address to your wireless MAC address filters: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. 6 The SpeedTouch™716g adds the entry to the Access Control List: Removing an ACL entry To delete the a MAC address from the list: 1 2 3 On the Wireless Action Control List page. .6 Restricting Wireless Access ACL The Access Control List (ACL) enables you to allow/deny access to your wireless network for specific wireless clients. On in Allow mode Only stations that are listed in the ACL are allowed to access the SpeedTouch™716g WLAN.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. see “5. The Wireless Access Control List page appears: Click Add. Click View Access Control List.

7 Hiding your Wireless Network SSID The WLAN's 'radio' link is a shared medium.including the SpeedTouch™716g. SSID broadcast By default the SpeedTouch™716g broadcasts it’s SSID. Once you have configured your wireless clients. allowing you to easily recognise your wireless network in the list of available wireless networks. ! 34 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. 2 3 Select Hide Wireless Network (Hidden SSID). also referred to as Network Name. Click Apply.0 .4. Therefore make sure to use it in combination with data encryption. Disabling SSID broadcast Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages and browse to Wireless > Basic Settings: For more information. As no physical connection exists between the SpeedTouch™716g and its wireless clients. it is recommended to disable this feature. Wireless clients must be part of this SSID environment in order to be able to communicate with other clients on the (W)LAN .Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. Disabling the SSID broadcast does not mean that your wireless network is 100% secure: hackers can still find your SSID by monitoring your network traffic. This is done by the Service Set ID (SSID). a name must be given to allow unique identification of your WLAN radio link.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. see “5.

The same fixed channel.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup 2. Preconditions Your wireless repeater must be WDS-enabled.5 Extending the Range of your Wireless Network Introduction The Wireless Distribution System (WDS) allows you to extend the range of your SpeedTouch™716g by means of one or more wireless repeaters (e.0 35 . The SpeedTouch™716g and your wireless repeater do not necessarily need to use the same SSID. Both SpeedTouch™716g and your wireless repeater must use: The same WEP key if WEP is enabled. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. The following illustration depicts two WDS-enabled devices communicating via WDS: WDS Link PWR DSL PPP 1 Ethernet 2 3 4 USB WLAN Phone VoIPReady Internet SpeedTouch™716 SpeedTouch™180 The SpeedTouch™716g allows you to configure up to four WDS links. ! WPA encryption is not supported when using WDS. Repeaters extend the coverage area of your wireless LAN. however bear in mind that throughput is reduced for wireless clients that are connected through the repeater. a SpeedTouch™180).g. Using different SSIDs allows you to force your wireless clients to use either the access point of the SpeedTouch™716g or the access point of your wireless repeater.

0 . As an example. For more information. click Repeater. For more information. the picture below shows the repeater settings of a SpeedTouch™180: 36 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. On the menu on the left. 2 3 4 5 On the top menu. The SpeedTouch™716g lists the available networks in following table: 6 Wireless repeater configuration Select your wireless repeater from the list and click Apply. Configure the WDS link with the SpeedTouch™ on your wireless repeater. Click Scan Now to scan all radio channels for wireless networks. consult your wireless repeater’s user documentation. click Wireless. see “5.Chapter 2 SpeedTouch™ Local Networking Setup SpeedTouch™716g configuration Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44.

A password. Type “admin” in both fields and click OK. On the top menu. ! Your web browser is capable and allows to run Javascripts.254 as this is the default IP address of the SpeedTouch™.168.168.0 37 . 192. Configuration procedure Proceed as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Start the web browser on your computer.1. On the left menu. For this account.1.1. The SpeedTouch™ device is in its default configuration state.1. see your web browser’s help. In case of problems you can also configure the computer’s Ethernet or USB interface with a static private IP address. Other information may be required depending on the ISP’s specific requirements and service profile selection. The computer’s Operating System supports TCP/IP and its Ethernet interface is configured for obtaining its IP configuration dynamically. See “8. For more information. click Quick Start.Chapter 3 Configuration 3 Configuration Internet connectivity Some configuration may be required to prepare the SpeedTouch™ for Internet connectivity. but make sure NOT to use 192. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. This information should be provided by your ISP. for example 192. The Quick Setup wizard will guide you through the configuration of your SpeedTouch™. What you need from your ISP In most cases.2 Setting up the SpeedTouch™” on page 13. you need a user account with an Internet Service Provider (ISP) for Internet access. your ISP will provide you with: A user name (logon ID). see “ The Quick Setup page” on page 47. Prerequisites Make sure that: The SpeedTouch™ device is correctly set up and turned on as described in “1. Browse to the SpeedTouch™ web pages at http://192.2. Follow the instructions and enter the required information where needed.3 Reset to Defaults” on page 102 for resetting your SpeedTouch™.3. Your browser connects to the SpeedTouch™ web pages. For more information on the different windows shown during this configuration.168.254.168. click Quick Setup. 8 At the end of the configuration your SpeedTouch™ will reboot in order to apply the new configuration. The SpeedTouch™ prompts you to enter user name and password.

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g. as soon as the initial configuration has been done. Using the SpeedTouch™ PPP dial-in client SpeedTouch™’s embedded PPP dial-in client allows you to establish an Internet connection for all (or a selection of) computers residing on your local network. Dial-in access Access must be explicitly established. you are able to connect to the WAN or Internet. See “4. The connection method depends on the service profile you selected to configure the SpeedTouch™ and should correspond with the service Provider’s requirements.0 39 . e.2 Using the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 42 to proceed. Depending on the configuration of the SpeedTouch™ you may have: Direct access As soon as the initial configuration has been done. Routed PPPoA: the SpeedTouch™ needs to be configured for the Routed PPPoA Service. In case of direct access. Direct access As mentioned. continuous and immediate access is available via the DSL line.Chapter 4 SpeedTouch™ Internet Connectivity 4 SpeedTouch™ Internet Connectivity Introduction This chapter provides information on how to configure your SpeedTouch™ according to your preferences and how to access the Internet. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. See “4. The applied connection protocol model depends on the service profile you selected to configure the SpeedTouch™ and should correspond with the Service Provider’s requirements. by “dialing” into a Broadband Remote Access Server (BRAS). If this computer runs: MS Windows XP you can use MS Windows XP’s Internet Gateway Device Control Client. Both Services are available via the SpeedTouch™ Quick Setup. Dial-in access The SpeedTouch™ supports both most popular connection methods: PPP over ATM (PPPoA) and PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE).1 Using the MS Windows XP Internet Gateway Device Control Agent” on page 40 to proceed. using only one computer of the network to control the client. Access methods As soon as the SpeedTouch™ and your computers have been configured as outlined in “3 Configuration” on page 37. Another Operating System you can use the SpeedTouch™ web pages. the remote organization might ask for a user name and password on an Internet welcome page. Routed PPPoE: the SpeedTouch™ needs to be configured for the Routed PPPoE Service. immediate and uninterrupted WAN access is provided.

1 Using the MS Windows XP Internet Gateway Device Control Agent Introduction MS Windows XP users can easily establish PPP sessions. You can open a web browser and surf the Internet. you can find an Internet Gateway icon. thanks to Windows XP Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client that allows you to control the SpeedTouch™ directly from your PC. representing the SpeedTouch™ Internet Gateway Device Internet connection ability. 40 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. The Internet Gateway icon displays connected and your PC is online.2 UPnP™ on Windows XP Systems” on page 99). make sure the Windows Firewall allows incoming network connections for the UPnP service (see “ Windows firewall configuration” on page 100). As a result SpeedTouch™’s embedded PPP dial-in client establishes the Internet connection. The Network Connections window appears: Next to your Network connection(s).2 UPnP™ on Windows XP Systems” on page 99). Starting an Internet session Proceed as follows: 1 2 3 Click (Settings >) Control Panel on the Start menu. without the need of first browsing to the SpeedTouch™ web pages.Chapter 4 SpeedTouch™ Internet Connectivity 4. Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client (subcomponent of Windows XP’s Networking Services) must be enabled on your Windows XP system (see “8. If your computer runs Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and you are using the Windows Firewall. Preconditions Following conditions must be met: UPnP™ (subcomponent of Windows XP’s Networking Services) must be added to your Windows XP system (see “8.0 . The Control Panel window appears. 4 Double-click the Internet Connection icon. Go to (Network and Internet Connections >) Network Connections. Make sure UPnP™ is enabled on the SpeedTouch™ (see “The UPnP page” on page 57).

4 Status” on page 52. Go to (Network and Internet Connections >) Network Connections. As a result SpeedTouch™’s embedded PPP dial-in client will close the Internet connection. As a result the Internet Connection Status window appears from which a Disconnect button is available to close the session. The Control Panel window appears. Terminating an Internet session Proceed as follows: 1 2 3 4 Click (Settings >) Control Panel on the Start menu. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 4 SpeedTouch™ Internet Connectivity The connected Internet Gateway As long as the SpeedTouch™’s embedded PPP dial-in client is connected. you are able to view the connection status and some counters by double-clicking the Internet Connection icon in your PC’s Network Connections window: More detailed monitoring is provided via the SpeedTouch™ Status pages. You can also double-click the icon.0 41 . The Internet Gateway icon displays disconnected and your computers are offline. See “5. Right-click the Internet Connection icon and select Disconnect to close the session. The Network Connections window appears.

You can open another web browser or continue with this one and surf the Internet.0 .1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44 for more information): 2 3 Enter your user name and password in the appropriate fields.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44 for more information). You web browser opens the Connect to Internet page. Click Disconnect. 42 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. the method to establish PPP sessions described below can be used by any computer system. The entry's session state will change to Down and your computers are offline.Chapter 4 SpeedTouch™ Internet Connectivity 4. 2 3 As a result SpeedTouch™’s embedded PPP dial-in client will close the Internet connection.2 Using the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages Introduction As the SpeedTouch™ web pages are controllable from any Operating System with an installed web browser. Starting an Internet session Proceed as follows: 1 Open a web browser on your computer and browse to the SpeedTouch™ web pages (see “5. See “5. As a result SpeedTouch™’s embedded PPP dial-in client establishes the Internet connection. During the Internet session You are able to overview and monitor your Internet connectivity as long as the session is running via the SpeedTouch™ Status pages. Terminating an Internet session To close an active Routed PPP connection: 1 Open a web browser on your computer and browse to the SpeedTouch™ web pages (see “5. Click Connect.4 Status” on page 52.

0 43 . This chapter aims to give a brief overview of the SpeedTouch™ web pages and their respective functionality. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface Introduction The SpeedTouch™ comes with integrated configuration web pages. It allows you to configure your SpeedTouch™ simply by using a web browser from any local computer connected to the SpeedTouch™.

By default the SpeedTouch™ has a local IP address 192.168.168.0/ 24). 3 The following window appears: Double-click the SpeedTouch™ icon. make sure the Windows Firewall allows incoming network connections for the UPnP service (see “ Windows firewall configuration” on page 100). If your computer is UPnP™ enabled you can access the SpeedTouch™ web pages as follows: 1 2 Click (Settings >) Control Panel on the Start menu to open the Control Panel. Your web browser is not using a proxy server and the SpeedTouch™ IP address is not submitted to a proxy server. Using the SpeedTouch™ IP address To access the SpeedTouch™ web pages: 1 2 3 Start the web browser on your computer. Browse to the SpeedTouch™ at its IP address (default: http://192.254.1. For more information on how to disable your web browser's proxying. If you use the Control Panel in Classic View.168.1. Type your SpeedTouch™’s User name (default: “admin”) and Password (default: “admin”) and click OK to access the SpeedTouch™ web pages: Using UPnP ! If your computer runs Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and you are using the Windows Firewall.0 .2. Javascript is enabled on your web browser. 44 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.1. Go to Network and Internet Connections > My Network Places. click Network Connections in the Control Panel and My Network Places under Other Places.1. your computer needs to be configured for an IP address in the same subnet. To be able to access the web pages.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages Preconditions Make sure that: The SpeedTouch™ and your computer share the same IP subnet (192.168. for example 192.254). please consult your web browser's Help.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.

Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 4 Type User name (default: “admin”) and password (default: “admin”) and click OK to access the SpeedTouch™ web pages: The SpeedTouch™ start page As a result the Connect to Internet page appears: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 45 .

a message will be shown in the bottom left corner: 46 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.2 Navigating the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages Topic menu and links With the help of this menu you can navigate through all configurable aspects of the SpeedTouch™. If this is the case.0 . The SpeedTouch™ web pages are grouped into following categories: Quick Start Status Advanced Wireless ! Voice This link is only available if you purchased a SpeedTouch™716g. Diagnostics Management Applying new settings In some cases. it is required to reboot your SpeedTouch™ to apply your changes.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.

Configure LAN side settings Summary E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5. if applicable: For more information. see “4. During the configuration procedure following windows will appear: ATM PVC Connection type WAN IP settings PPP user name and password ! This page will only be shown if you choose PPPoA or PPPoE as connection type.0 47 .3 Quick Start The Quick Start menu The Quick Start menu consists of following submenus: The Connect to Internet page The Quick Setup page The Connect to Internet page The Connect to Internet page allows you to establish dial-in connections.2 Using the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 42. The Quick Setup page The Quick Setup wizard guides you through the configuration of your Internet connection.

In the Encapsulation list. 48 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. The valid range is from 0 to 255.0 . VCI (Virtual Channel Identifier): Identifies the virtual channel endpoints in an ATM network. select the Auto Scan Internet Connection (PVC) check box to determine the correct value. select the protocol provided by your ISP (for example PPPoE). Click Next to continue. The valid range is from 32 to 65535. Connection type The Connection Type page allows you to select your connection type: To configure your connection type: 1 2 3 In the Protocol dialog box.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface ATM PVC The ATM PVC section allows you to configure the VPI/VCI settings: Following fields are available: VPI (Virtual Path Identifier): Identifies the virtual path between endpoints in an ATM network. If you do not know which VPI/VCI you should use. click the Encapsulation type provided by your ISP (for example LLC/SNAP). Enter the values provided by your ISP and click Next.

Use the following IP address if your ISP has provided you with a static IP address. Dial on Demand: Click this option to make a connection on demand. Enter the timeout to cut off the network connection if there is no activity for this router. Always On: Click this option to make sure the connection is always active. If you are configuring a PPPoE or PPPoA connection following window will appear: Following fields are available: PPP User Name: Type the user name provided by your ISP. PPP Password: Type the password provided by your ISP. Enable NAT to enable Network Address Translation (NAT).Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface WAN IP settings The WAN IP Settings page allows you to configure the WAN IP settings: Click: Obtain an IP address automatically if your ISP wants you to get a dynamic IP address. The MTU box allows you to change the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU). ! PPP user name and password Do not change the default MTU setting unless specifically asked by your ISP. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 49 . Enable QoS to enable Quality of Service (QoS).

Secondary IP Address: Enter the second IP address for your LAN connection. Following fields are available: Primary IP Address: Enter the first IP address for your LAN connection. Configure the secondary IP Address and Subnet Mask: Select this check box to make another set of IP Address and Subnet Mask to connect to your router if they are not included in the range that DHCP server accepts. Please type the user name and password provided by your ISP and click Next. Configure LAN side settings The Configure LAN side Settings page appears: This page allows you to: Change the LAN IP address of the SpeedTouch™. 50 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. For more information. Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask for your LAN connection. see “ The Connect to Internet page” on page 47.0 . Enter the timeout to cut off the network connection if there is no activity for this router. ! Do not change the default MTU setting unless specifically asked by your ISP. Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask for your LAN connection.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface Manually Connect: Click this option if you want to connect to the Internet via the SpeedTouch™ web pages. Change the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU).

0 51 . E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Apply your settings: 1 2 Click Finish to accept these settings.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface Configure the DHCP settings of the SpeedTouch™. Following fields are available DHCP Server On: Click this option if you want the SpeedTouch™ to assign IP addresses to the devices connected to the SpeedTouch™ network. click Back. Summary At the end of the configuration procedure. the Quick Setup wizard summarizes your settings: If you want to: Make changes to the listed configuration. ! Make sure that at least one of the LAN IP addresses has the same subnet as these DHCP lease pool addresses. The SpeedTouch™ will restart in order to apply your changes: 3 Wait for 2 minutes before restarting your browser. Leased Time (default: 1 day): Enter the time for which you want to assign the IP address. DHCP Server Off: Click this option if DHCP service is not needed on the LAN. End IP Address: Enter the end point IP address for the pool of IP addresses used by your DHCP server. Enter all the necessary settings and click Next for next page. Following fields will become available: Start IP Address: Enter the start point IP address for the pool of IP addresses used by your DHCP server.

0 . 52 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.4 Status The Status menu The Status section consists of following pages: The Overview page The ADSL Line Status page The Internet Connection page The Traffic Statistics page The DHCP Table page The Wireless Clients page The Routing Table page The ARP Table page The Overview page The Overview page allows you to view the current status of the DSL connection: The ADSL Line Status page The ADSL Line Status page allows you to: View all information on ADSL: Click More Information to view more detailed statistics.

This page allows you to view the connection information of your SpeedTouch™: The Traffic Statistics page This page allows you to view the records of data going through the LAN and WAN interface: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 53 .Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface Click the ADSL BER Test button to determine the quality of your ADSL connection: To start the ADSL Bit Error Rate (BER) test: 1 2 3 4 Select the duration time (in seconds) in the Tested Time list. At the end of the test. Click Start. the results are listed in following window: 5 The Internet Connection page Click Close to close this window. The SpeedTouch™ runs the ADSL BER test.

0 .Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface The DHCP Table page This page lists the current IP address leases provided by the SpeedTouch™ DHCP server: The Wireless Clients page This page lists the wireless clients currently associated to the SpeedTouch™ Access Point: The Routing Table page This page shows the static routes used by the SpeedTouch™ IP router: The ARP Table page This page shows the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table used by the SpeedTouch™ to translate the IP address of a host connected to the SpeedTouch™ into a physical addresses: 54 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.

0 55 .5 Advanced The Advanced menu The Advanced menu consists of the following submenus: Local Network Internet IP Routing DNS Server Virtual Server Firewall Quality of Service IGMP Proxy E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.

You can assign a second IP address to the SpeedTouch™. 56 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 .lan “). by selecting the Configure secondary IP address and subnet mask check box. Change the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU). ! Do not change the default MTU setting unless specifically asked by your ISP.1 Local Network The Local Network menu The Local Network section consists of the following pages: The IP Address page The DHCP Server page The UPnP page The IP Address page Following figure shows the LAN IP Address Configuration page: This page allows you to configure: The LAN IP address of the SpeedTouch™.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.5. A static DNS hostname for the SpeedTouch™: Providing a static DNS hostname for the SpeedTouch™ allows you to address the SpeedTouch™ not only by IP address but also by name (for example “ST716.

E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. ! If you want to use this feature.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface The DHCP Server page The DHCP Server Configuration page allows you to configure the SpeedTouch™ DHCP server: Click: DHCP Server On if DHCP service is needed on the LAN. The UPnP page The UPnP page allows you to enable/disable UPnP: If you select the Enable UPnP check box. Relay On to use a DHCP server available on another network. See “8. gateway address for each of your PCs.0 57 . Any local host will be able to create port mappings for any local device. all local hosts will be able to detect the SpeedTouch™. Server and Relay Off to disable the SpeedTouch™ DHCP server. make sure that UPnP is correctly installed on your computer. Click Reserved IP Address List to assign a static IP address to a computer on your LAN.2 UPnP™ on Windows XP Systems” on page 99. The router will assign IP address.

Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.2 Internet The Internet menu The Internet section consists of the following pages: The Connection page The ADSL Settings page The Connection page The Internet Connection Configuration page allows you to view/change the WAN settings for each service: If you click the Connect link of the connection.0 .5. To reconfigure a connection. 58 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. click . The ADSL Settings page This page allows you to view/change the ADSL settings: ! This feature is for advanced users only. the SpeedTouch™ will connect to the WAN automatically.

This helps the routers to determine optimal routes.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.0 59 . Operation: Active to transmit and receive routing information from other routers. Passive to only receive routing information from other routers. The Dynamic Routing page allows you to enable/disable RIP on the SpeedTouch™ interfaces: Following fields are available: Version: It incorporates the RIP information when receiving and broadcasting the RIP packets. Enabled: You are able to enable/disable RIP for each interface.5.3 IP Routing The IP Routing menu The IP Routing menu consists of the following pages: The Static Route page The Dynamic Routing page The Static Route page This page allows you to add/delete static routes for the SpeedTouch™ router: The Dynamic Routing page The Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is used to exchange routing information between routers. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.

Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.5. 60 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. A Secondary DNS server IP address (optional).4 DNS Server The DNS Server page The DNS Server Configuration page allows you to configure your DNS settings: If Enable Automatic Assigned DNS check box is: Selected: The SpeedTouch™ will accept the first received DNS assignment from one of the PPPoA. Cleared: You must provide: A Primary DNS Server IP address. PPPoE or MER/DHCP enabled PVC(s) when establishing the connection.0 .

Port Triggering When the SpeedTouch™ detects outbound traffic on a port listed in the Port Triggering table (a trigger port).5. Port triggering is useful for the applications that need multiple connections such as games and video conferencing.5 Virtual Server The Virtual Server menu The Virtual Server section consists of following pages: The Port Forwarding page Port Triggering DMZ Host Dynamic DNS The Port Forwarding page This page allows you to add/delete port forwarding rules: For more information on port forwarding and virtual servers. see “7.0 61 .1 Setting up a Virtual Server” on page 92. The Port Triggering page The Port Triggering page allows you to add/delete port triggering rules: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5. it automatically creates the necessary port forwarding rules to allow inbound traffic for this connection.

make sure that this host is using a static IP address.0 .Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface DMZ Host The DMZ host page allows you to specify a Direct Mapping Zone (DMZ) host: All incoming connections that do not match any static or dynamic port forwarding rule will be forwarded to this DMZ Host. This page allows Internet users to access your virtual servers using a domain name instead of an IP address 62 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. ! Dynamic DNS If you specify a DMZ host.

firewalls are placed at the network boundary to protect an organization from malicious users on the Internet. Distinguish between various interfaces and match on the following fields: Source and destination IP address Port The IP Filtering page This page allows you to configure IP Filtering rules for the SpeedTouch™: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.6 Firewall Basics Firewalls are computer network devices that protect a network from other less trusted networks. They are essentially network access control devices that permit and deny different types of traffic to travel into and out of an organization's network. Firewall rules The SpeedTouch™ firewall can: Deny or permit any packet from passing through explicitly. Most often.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.0 63 .5.

5.0 . enabling those data to traverse the Internet or intranet with higher quality transmission service. The Bridge QoS function prioritizes the data transmission based on layer 2 bridge packets: The IP QoS page The IP QoS page allows you to classify the upstream traffic (to the Internet) by assigning the transmission priority for various user data.7 Quality of Service QoS Quality of Service (QoS) is an industry-wide initiative to provide preferential treatment to certain subsets of data. The IP QoS function prioritizes the data transmission based on layer 3 IP packets: 64 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. The Quality of Service menu The Quality of Service section consists of following pages: The Bridge QoS page The IP QoS page The Bridge QoS page The Bridge QoS page allows you to classify the upstream traffic (to the Internet) by assigning the transmission priority for various user data.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.

When one of the hosts joins a multicast address group to which none of the other hosts belong. When the last hosts in a particular multicast group leaves the group. IGMP proxy However. the system will send group membership reports to the group.5. The IGMP Proxy Configuration page The IGMP Proxy Configuration page allows you to enable/disable the IGMP proxy: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.8 IGMP Proxy IGMP The Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is an Internet protocol that enables an Internet computer to report its multicast group membership to adjacent routers by means of IGMP messages. the system will send a leave group membership report to the routers group.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5. when acting as a proxy. the system will send unsolicited group membership reports to that group.0 65 . the system performs the host portion of the IGMP task as follows: When it is queried.

Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.6 Wireless Availability ! Wireless basics This menu item is only available if you purchased a SpeedTouch™716g.3 Wireless Connection Setup” on page 19. Navigation Following menu items are available on the Wireless menu: Basic Security Access Control Repeater 66 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. For more information on wireless networking basics.0 . see “2.

Transmission Rate: This list allows you to configure the transmission rate of your wireless connection. the throughput for this wireless client decreases.0 67 .11b only 802. Transmission Mode: Following modes are available: 802. For more information.7 Hiding your Wireless Network” on page 34. Turbo Mode: Check Enabled to invoke this function for speeding up the transmission. Wireless Network Name (SSID): The network name of your wireless network.6.11b and IEEE802. or check Disabled to close this function. you can not manually specify a transmission rate. see “2. For more information on the use of radio channels.1 Basic The Basic page Following figure shows you the Wireless Basic Settings page: Configuring the SpeedTouch™ Access Point If the Enable Wireless Network check box is selected. ! ! If Mixed Mode is selected in the Transmission Mode list.11g clients. Channel: The frequency in which the radio links are about to be established. Select one channel that you want from the drop-down list. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.4. following fields are available: Hide Wireless Network: Select this check box to prevent the SpeedTouch™ from broadcasting it’s SSID. see “ Radio channels” on page 19. Take into consideration that if the distance between the SpeedTouch™ and the wireless client increases.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.11g only Mixed Mode Click this mode to allow both IEEE802.

0 . see “2.4. 68 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.1 Encryption” on page 25.2 Security The Security page The security page allows you to choose an encryption method for data sent over the SpeedTouch™ wireless network: For more information.6.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.

6 Restricting Wireless Access” on page 33.6. see “2.4.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.3 Access Control The Access Control page The Wireless MAC Access Control page allows you to enable the wireless MAC control configuration: For more information.0 69 . E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.

5 Extending the Range of your Wireless Network” on page 35.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.6.4 Repeater WDS functionality The Wireless Distribution System (WDS) allows you to extend the range of your SpeedTouch™716g by means of one or more wireless repeaters.0 . see “2. 70 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. The Repeater page The Repeater page allows you to configure a WDS link with other Access Points: For more information.

0 71 .1. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.7 Voice Protocols Depending on the SpeedTouch™ variant you purchased. see “6.2. Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) For more information on the MGCP web pages. see “6.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.2 SIP Web Pages” on page 81. one of the following protocols are used for Voice over IP (VoIP): Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) For more information on the SIP web pages.2 MGCP Web Pages” on page 86.

1 Diagnostics Tests” on page 104. see “8. 72 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.4.0 .8 Diagnostics The Diagnostics page The Diagnostics page allows you to check the SpeedTouch™ connections: For more information.

The default value for the User name and password is “admin”. date of birth and so on. all Internet hosts can ping to your router without any difficulty. to protect the SpeedTouch™. Make sure however not to use an obvious password such as your name. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 73 . Remote Access The Remote Access Control page allows you to: Configure Remote Access methods: Following access methods are supported: Web Browser Telnet: SNMP: Secure Shell (SSH): FTP: TFTP: Ping: ! If you choose this selection.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface 5.9 Management Admin Account The Admin Account page allows you to configure a system password to restrict access to the SpeedTouch™: ! It is highly recommended to configure a system password.

Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface Click Authorized Host IP Address List to configure which users are allowed to use remote access the SpeedTouch™: Internet Time This page allows you to adjust the time used in the syslog and call log pages: You are able to set the time: Manually By means of a time server 74 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 .

SNMP Setting This page allows you to configure the SNMP settings: For more information. Mode: Allows you to send the log files to a dedicated server.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface System Log The System Log page allows you to: View the activity on the SpeedTouch™ since power on.0 75 .2 SNMP” on page 94. Change the System Log options: Following fields are available: Log Level: Allows you to specify the activities that will be logged. the system log will be disabled. All the items above the selected item will be logged. see “7. If your SpeedTouch™ is in its default configuration. Display Level: Allows you to specify which logs will be shown if you click View System Log. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. All the items above the selected item will be displayed in the list.

76 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. see “8. Reset Router The Reset Router page allows you to reboot/reset your SpeedTouch™: For more information.3 Reset to Defaults” on page 102.1 Updating your Firmware” on page 98. Update Firmware The Update Firmware page allows you to update your firmware: For more information.Chapter 5 SpeedTouch™ Web Interface Backup Config The Backup Config page allows you to: Backup your current configuration: Upload and apply a SpeedTouch™ backup configuration file. see “8.0 .

including Microsoft®.g. can be used to send packets between two or more parties without reserving the connection. presence and instant messaging to be blended with voice to provide entirely new classes of services and features not available with circuit-switched telephony. The so-called Private Branch eXchange (PBX) was born! Voice over IP Today. Those CLASS features permit subscribers of the features to tailor their telephone service according to individual needs (e. defined as the transport of telephone calls over the Internet. Consequently. it appeared that a customised version of the CLASS features is required in medium-to-large sized business. AOL and Yahoo! The SpeedTouch™ VoIP solution Using the SpeedTouch™ you can access VoIP networks using traditional phones. most of the telephony was made on the old Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and. in order to facilitate business and group communications. call logging…). based on a powerful signalling protocol such as SIP protocol.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6 Voice over IP Traditional telephony For many years. Voice over IP (VoIP) communications allow other Internet applications as Web. over time. chat. e-mail. Furthermore. Internet telephony. Depending on the SpeedTouch™ variant you can make your VoIP phone call using: Session Initiation Protocol Media Gateway Control Protocol E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. telephone service providers have enhanced their services by providing Custom Local Area Signalling Service (CLASS) features to the customers.: call screening. VoIP popularity Despite Quality of Service (QoS) issues on the public Internet network and the quick erosion of cost differentials between PSTN. Voice over IP communications are more and more popular.based telephony and IP-based telephony. they are pushed by a number of the industry's leading providers.0 77 . New needs Rapidly.

are effectively the end system components for a session (e.0 . After the session has been established.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6. SIP UAs periodically register their current location with a SIP registrar that may be collocated with a SIP proxy server. is a signalling protocol used for: Initiating sessions in an IP network. PC or PDA). as well as SIP User Agents (UA) and SIP network servers. defined in RFC 3261.g. 78 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. In a proxy model. a SIP proxy server forwards signalling messages between the called and calling parties. addressed by SIP URLs. SIP User Agents The SIP User Agents. in order to locate the called user agent.1 Session Initiation Protocol Definition Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). the RTP audio or video packets are sent directly between the clients. it is the only point of contact that the clients have for signalling messages. Registrars (optional) SIP proxy servers (optional) SIP signalling messages SIP-enabled IP network SIP UA2 julie@paris RTP Audio/Video SIP signalling messages SIP UA1 john@rennes RTP Audio/Video IP network SIP registrar A SIP proxy server makes use of a location database. they originate and terminate SIP requests. updated by a SIP registrar. Modifying the sessions in an IP network. Terminating sessions in an IP network. Components A SIP-enabled IP network includes usual IP components and services such as routers and DNS servers. SIP User Agents can implement advanced services such as: Call Waiting Call Hold Call Transfer for IP telephony SIP proxy server The SIP network servers are network devices that handle the signalling associated with multiple sessions. IP phone.

Using the PSTN port. On the WAN. Basic SIP configuration Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. enter the IP address or domain name of your SIP proxy server.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6.1. no additional configuration is needed.1 Configuration Hardware installation Use a phone cable to: 1 2 Wire the SpeedTouch™ Phone port(s) to your phone(s).0 79 . 5 6 7 8 9 Under SIP Registrar Address. 2 3 4 Browse to Voice > SIP Basic The SIP Basic Settings page appears. enter the registration information provided by your SIP registrar. click Primary LAN. For more information. see “5. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. enter the IP address or domain name of your SIP registrar server. Under SIP Outbound Proxy. Under Registration Information. Click Apply. continue with “ PSTN Configuration” on page 80. If the SIP proxy and registrar are located: On your local network. click the interface name of your WAN connection. This step is only required if you still want to make phone calls using the PSTN.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. If you are: Not using the PSTN port. Wire the SpeedTouch™ PSTN port to your telephone wall outlet or distributed filter depending on your Service Provider’s specific needs.

click PSTN Control. Click Apply.Chapter 6 Voice over IP PSTN Configuration Proceed as follows: 1 2 3 4 On the left menu. In the Select Tone/Ring Signals for list. click your region. type the prefix you want to dial to make phone calls using the PSTN. 80 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. In the Prefix digits to dial PSTN phone call box.0 .

2 SIP Web Pages The Voice menu Following items are available on the Voice menu: SIP Basic SIP Extension Audio Codec PSTN Control Call Log SIP Basic The SIP Basic Settings page allows you to configure your connection to the SIP servers: SIP Extension The SIP Extension page allows you to configure advanced SIP settings: Audio Codec The Audio Codec Configuration page allows you to select the audio codec of your choice: E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6.1.0 81 .

Chapter 6 Voice over IP PSTN Control The PSTN Control page allows you to configure: The tone ring signals specific to your country. Call Log The SpeedTouch™ logs all VoIP activity on the Call Log page: 82 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. the SpeedTouch™ will use the PSTN network to call the number following the prefix. The prefix digits for PSTN calls.0 . If you dial this prefix (default “*”).

MGCP can be used to: Set up Maintain Terminate calls between multiple endpoints.2 Media Gateway Control Protocol Definition Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) is a standard protocol for handling the signalling and session management needed during a multimedia conference. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Components The Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) is an IETF defined protocol for controlling Media Gateways (MGs) from external call elements called Media Gateway Controllers (MGCs) or Call Agents.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6.0 83 .

Click Apply.1 Configuration Hardware installation Use a phone cable to: 1 2 Wire the SpeedTouch™ Phone port(s) to your phone(s). If you are: Not using the PSTN port. click the interface name of your WAN connection.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6.0 .2. no additional configuration is needed. 84 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. see “5. On the WAN. 5 6 7 Enter the Device Name and Call Agent IP Address. Wire the SpeedTouch™ PSTN port to your telephone wall outlet or distributed filter depending on your Service Provider’s specific needs. Basic MGCP configuration Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages: For more information. The MGCP configuration page appears. Using the PSTN port. continue with “ PSTN Configuration” on page 85. click LAN. If the Call Agent is located: On your local network. 2 3 4 Browse to Voice > MGCP.

E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. In the Prefix digits to dial PSTN phone call box. click your region. click PSTN Control. In the Select Tone/Ring Signals for list. type the prefix you want to dial to make phone calls using the PSTN.0 85 .Chapter 6 Voice over IP PSTN Configuration Proceed as follows: 1 2 3 4 On the left menu. Click Apply.

the SpeedTouch™ will use the PSTN network to call the number following the prefix. Call agent is down. Depending on the current status one of the following messages will be shown: MGCP is running. The VOIP service is ready. The prefix digits for PSTN calls. Device Name: The device name you registered at the ISP for your router. You cannot make VOIP phone calls.2 MGCP Web Pages The VoIP menu Following items are available on the VoIP menu: MGCP Audio Codec PSTN Control MGCP The MGCP Configuration page allows you to configure your connection to the call agent: Following fields are available for configuration: Status: Indicates the current status of your VoIP network. Interface: The interface you want to use to connect to your call agent.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6. Internet connection is not available. Audio Codec The Audio Codec Configuration page allows you to select the audio codec of your choice: PSTN Control This page allows you to configure: The tone/ring signals specific to your country. You cannot make VOIP phone calls. 86 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Call Agent IP Address: The IP address of your call agent. If you dial this prefix (default “*”).0 .2.

3 VoIP Call Features Introduction The SpeedTouch™ offers you following VoIP call features: Call Transferring Call Waiting 3-ways Conference Calls E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6.0 87 .

Proceed as follows: 1 If your phone has: A hook flash button.0 . 2 3 4 5 Wait for the dial tone. Person B picks up the phone. Dial the number of person B. 88 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. put down the hook for 1/2 second to put person A on hold. Hang up the phone to transfer the call. press it. consult your phone’s user documentation No hook flash button.3.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6.1 Call Transferring Example Procedure You receive a phone call from person A and you want to transfer him to person B. For more information.

E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. press it.0 89 . At the end of the conversation with person B you are redirected to person A. Switching to the new caller Proceed as follows 1 If your phone has: A hook flash button.3. put down the hook for 1/2 second. 2 3 Person A is put on hold while you talk to person B. consult your phone’s user documentation No hook flash button.2 Call Waiting Example You are in a phone conversation with person A while person B is calling you. For more information.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6. The phone produces a waiting tone and displays the name or number of person B on the display.

Proceed as follows: 1 2 Call person A.3. For more information. 3 4 5 6 7 Person A is put on hold.3 3-ways Conference Calls Example Procedure You want to make a conference call with person A and person B. If your phone has: A hook flash button. press it.0 . Person B picks up the phone.Chapter 6 Voice over IP 6. Dial hook flash to start the 3-way conference. consult your phone’s user documentation. No hook flash button. Dial the number of person B. 90 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Wait for the dial tone. put down the hook for 1/2 second.

Chapter 7 Advanced Configuration 7 Advanced Configuration Introduction Contents This chapter will guide you through some advanced features of the SpeedTouch™.0 91 . Following topics are described: Setting up a Virtual Server SNMP E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.

rather than dynamic. port 80 indicates HTTP service and port 21 indicates FTP service).212. to make it easier for Internet users to connect to your Servers.212.52 Remote PC using FTP Server WAN IP address To Internet users.70.70.1. This IP Address is allocated by your ISP.168.70. Web Server IP address: 192.Chapter 7 Advanced Configuration 7.52.1. but using different protocols. When the SpeedTouch™ receives an incoming IP packet requesting access to your local server.168.1 Setting up a Virtual Server Introduction Using Network Address Translation (NAT). You can also use Dynamic DNS feature to allow users to connect to your virtual servers by using a URL.52 Remote PC using web server ftp://203.20 PWR DSL PPP 1 Ethernet 2 3 4 USB WLAN Phone VoIPReady WAN IP address: 203.70. The virtual FTP server they have to enter ftp://203.212. the SpeedTouch™ is able to make your local network act as a single machine to the Internet. This enables you to divide the services of your server over different host computers.0 . the SpeedTouch™ will recognise the service type according to the port number in this packet (for example. To access: The virtual web server they have to enter http://203.52.212. Example configuration In the example below.70.212.10 FTP Server IP address: 192. 92 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. By specifying the port number.52 Internet http://203. This address should be static. the SpeedTouch™ is able to forward this service to the correct local IP. all your virtual servers have the same IP Address. both Internet users are connecting to the same IP address. instead of an IP address.

Manually create a port forwarding entry. see “ The DHCP Server page” on page 57. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. see “5. Click Apply. 4 The Add New Port Forwarding Rule appears: 5 If you want to: Create a port forwarding entry for a specific application: 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 6 Select an application in the Pre-defined list. Enter a name for the application. Type the IP address of the local host that will be used to provide this service in the Forwarded to field. Click Apply. SpeedTouch™ configuration Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. Enter the port forwarding rules in the By using the rules table. The SpeedTouch™ adds the new rule to the Port Forwarding table. Type the IP address of the local host that will be used to provide this service in the Forwarded to field.Chapter 7 Advanced Configuration Host computer configuration Make sure that: The firewall on the host computer (for example Windows Firewall) allows the service to be accessed on this computer. The host computer is configured with a static IP address. 2 3 Browse to Advanced > Virtual Server > Port Fowarding The Port Forwarding page appears: Click Add to add the new port forwarding rule. For more information on the SpeedTouch™. You can also reserve an IP address for this computer. For more information.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44.0 93 .

94 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 7 Advanced Configuration 7. These events are communicated in SNMP messages known as traps. the definition of data structures and associated concepts. An agent may issue a trap message in response to an event that effects the MIB and the underlying managed resources. The manager process achieves network management by using SNMP..0 . each exchange is a separate transaction between a management station and an agent. which will be implemented on top of the UDP. Instead. both TCP and UDP are required. As for a stand-alone management station. There are no ongoing connections maintained between a management station and its agents. so the number can be high (hundreds or so). For an agent device that supports other applications.. The SNMP includes three key capabilities Get Set Trap A single management station can handle many agents as long as SNMP remains relatively “simple”. such as FTP. IP and the relevant networkdependent protocols (for example. Example The following picture is the typical configuration of protocols for SNMP. The management station and agents are linked by a network management protocol called SNMP. Traps Each agent is responsible for notifying the management station of any unusual event. a manager process controls access to a central MIB at the management station and provides an interface to the network manager. Ethernet). For example: If the agent crashes and is rebooted A link fails An overload condition as defined by the packet load crosses some threshold .2 SNMP Function The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used to refer to a collection of specifications for network management that include the protocol itself. SNMP A management station performs the monitoring function by retrieving the value of MIB objects.

see “5.0 95 . The SNMP Configuration page appears: Enter your settings. For more information. E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. 4 Click Apply. 2 3 Browse to Management > SNMP.Chapter 7 Advanced Configuration Configuring SNMP on the SpeedTouch™ Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages.

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For more information. ! 7 Do not turn off your SpeedTouch™ during the update procedure. that the service may be down for some short period That the new system software file is stored on your local disk or another storage device. Procedure Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. The SpeedTouch™ saves the new firmware and restarts: 98 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 . The Update Firmware page appears: Click Browse.Chapter 8 Support 8. The SpeedTouch™ uploads the new firmware. see “5. 4 5 6 Locate the firmware upgrade file on your computer and click Open. 2 3 Browse to Management > Update Firmware.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. Click Update Firmware.1 Updating your Firmware Before you start Make sure: To inform all people relying on the SpeedTouch™ services.

Click Add/Remove Windows Components. it is recommended to add the UPnP™ component to your system. At the end of the procedure. For more information on UPnP™ and SpeedTouch™ UPnP™ features browse the UPnP™ pages at the SpeedTouch™ web site: www.com E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.Chapter 8 Support 8. 6 7 Click Next to start the installation and follow the instructions in the Windows Components Wizard. Proceed as follows: 1 2 3 4 On the Start menu.0 99 . The Windows Components Wizard appears: Select Networking Services in the Components list and click Details. The Add or Remove Programs window appears. the wizard prompts you that the installation was successful. Click Finish to quit. Click Add or Remove Programs. The Control Panel window appears. 5 The Networking Services window appears: Select Universal Plug and Play and click OK.speedtouch.2 UPnP™ on Windows XP Systems Adding UPnP™ If you are running Microsoft Windows XP. click Control Panel.

Chapter 8 Support Windows firewall configuration If your computer runs Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and you are using the Windows Firewall. point to Connect To and then click Show all connections. 3 4 5 The Windows Firewall window appears.0 . make sure the Windows Firewall allows incoming network connections for the UPnP service: 1 2 On the Start menu. click Change Windows Firewall settings. Under Network Tasks. Click the Exceptions tab. 100 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Select the UPnP Framework check box: 6 Click OK.

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Adding Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control

Your MS Windows XP system is able to discover and control Internet Gateway Devices (IGD), like the SpeedTouch™ on your local network. Therefore it is recommended to add the IGD Discovery and Control client to your system. Proceed as follows:

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On the Start menu, click Control Panel. The Control Panel window appears. Click Add or Remove Programs. The Add or Remove Programs window appears. Click Add/Remove Windows Components. The Windows Components Wizard appears:

Select Networking Services in the Components list and click Details.

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The Networking Services window appears:

Select Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client and click OK.

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Click Next to start the installation and follow the instructions in the Windows Components Wizard. At the end of the procedure the wizard prompts you that the installation was successful. Click Finish to quit.

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8.3 Reset to Defaults
Using the SpeedTouch™ web pages
Proceed as follows:

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Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. For more information, see “5.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44.

2 3 4 Using the reset button

Browse to Management > Reset Router. Select Reset to factory default settings. Click Reboot.

Proceed as follows:

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Make sure the SpeedTouch™ is powered on. Use a pencil to press the reset button for 7 seconds:

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Release the reset button. The SpeedTouch™ restarts.

You will need to re-associate your WLAN clients, using the factory defaults WLAN settings. For more information, see“2.3.1 First-time Wireless Client Association” on page 21.

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Diagnostics tests
The Diagnostics Tests page allows you to troubleshoot your SpeedTouch™ connections in a swift and easy way. For more information, see “8.4.1 Diagnostics Tests” on page 104 .

Common problems

If you are having problems with: LAN connectivity, go to “8.4.2 Problems with LAN” on page 105. Firmware upgrade, go to “8.4.3 Upgrading Problems” on page 106.

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Chapter 8 Support 8. N/A: If this test was not needed.1 Accessing the SpeedTouch™ Web Pages” on page 44. For more information. 2 3 4 Results On the top menu. Starting the Diagnostics Tests Proceed as follows: 1 Open the SpeedTouch™ web pages. click Diagnostics. Click Run Diagnostics Tests. all remaining tests will fail as well. If a test fails. Troubleshooting Click the Help link corresponding to the problem you want to troubleshoot to view the troubleshooting instructions. 104 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.4. Fail: If SpeedTouch™ does not detect a signal from the service provider. Select the interface you want to troubleshoot in the Select the Internet Connection list.0 . Depending on the result of the test.1 Diagnostics Tests The Diagnostics page The Diagnostics page allows you to check the SpeedTouch™ connections: The testing items are listed in chronological order. see “5. following message will be shown: PASS: If SpeedTouch™ detects a signal from the service provider.

2 Problems with LAN Troubleshooting table Problem LAN computer does not get an IP address.4. Make sure that server has a static IP address E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3. Make sure that your computer and the SpeedTouch™ are using the same subnet. Make sure that your firewall allows to run the service on the server. Cannot access the virtual server. Solution Make sure the DHCP server is enabled on the SpeedTouch™.0 105 . Cannot access the SpeedTouch™ Web pages.Chapter 8 Support 8.

otherwise download a firmware file with correct format. Possible cause: You did not select a correct file. Error Message: Image uploading failed. Error Message: Image uploading failed. The selected file contains an illegal image. Error Message: Image uploading failed. Possible cause: It may be caused by the lack of memory. Action: Download a compatible firmware from the web. Possible cause: The firmware file format is invalid.Chapter 8 Support 8. Action: Use the browser to connect to the router for executing image upgrade. Action: Check the file format is correct. Action: Reboot your SpeedTouch™ and perform the upgrade task again. The system is out of memory. No image file was selected.3 Upgrading Problems Problems The following lists the error messages that you may see during upgrading and the action to take. When accessing the SpeedTouch™ web pages only a reduced functionality is given. 106 E-DOC-CTC-20041126-0014 v3.0 . Error: All the ADSL LEDs light up and cannot light off as usual.4.

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