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Gemtek CPE Qui ck Start-Up Guide Gem tek CPE Quick StartUp Guide Rev 1.0, Page
Gemtek CPE Qui ck Start-Up Guide Gem tek CPE Quick StartUp Guide Rev 1.0, Page

Gemtek CPE Qui ck Start-Up Guide

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS When installing this equipment, observe the following precautions to minimize the danger of

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

When installing this equipment, observe the following precautions to minimize the danger of personnel injury:

Danger:

NEVER install equipment if there is a chance of lightning or other advers e weather conditions.

NEVER install in a wet loc ation unless the equipment is specifically desig ned for wet locations.

NEVER touch un-insulate d wires or terminals unless the wire has been d isconnected at the Network interface.

ALWAYS use caution whe n installing or modifying cables.

ESD Warning:

WARNING: Always assum e that all components and assemblies are stati c sensitive and always follow local ESD-p revention guidelines to prevent equipment da mage.

Note:

This device must be pro fessionally installed.

Introduction

Introduction The Gemtek WIXS (TYPE 167 AN D 177) WiMAX CPE is a 802.16e fully compliant

The Gemtek WIXS (TYPE 167 AN D 177) WiMAX CPE is a 802.16e fully compliant outdoor CPE.

The outdoor CPE features dual p olarization antenna to provide MIMO technolo gy, both Matrix-

A and Matrix-B. This combined

outdoor environmental enclosu re, ensures a best in class outdoor coverage and

with powerful RF circuit design, highly Integrate d SW and robust

throughput.

The unit’s characteristics are:

Power Injector: Power ov ver Ethernet 802.3af compliant

LAN port: 10/100 Base T x

Output power: 27dBm

Frequency bands

o

2.5 to 2.7GHz

o

3.3 to 3.6GHz

Dual polarization:

o

3.65GHz, 14dBi A ntenna

o

2.5GHz, 12dBi An tenna

Supports IEEE 802.16e-2 005 Scalable OFDMA based Technology

Channel bandwidths of 5 and 10MHz

Supports WiMAX forum

Matrix A/B MIMO in the Downlink and Collabor ate MIMO in the

Uplink

Provides users a seamles s broadband wireless access

Installation and Setup

Installation and Setup The Gemtek WIXS CPE is display ed in figure 1 below. Figure 1

The Gemtek WIXS CPE is display ed in figure 1 below.

Setup The Gemtek WIXS CPE is display ed in figure 1 below. Figure 1 – Gemtek

Figure 1 – Gemtek WIXS CPE

The installation instructions are provided below in figure 2.

installation instructions are provided below in figure 2. Figure 2 – Gemtek WIXS CPE Installation Instructions

Figure 2 – Gemtek WIXS CPE Installation Instructions

The Gemtek CPE contains an int ergrated dual polarization antenna. When the t he RJ45

The Gemtek CPE contains an int ergrated dual polarization antenna. When the t he RJ45 input connector is pointing directly do wn, then the units integrated antenna has the vertical

polarization plane pointing direc tly up and the horizontal polarization plane at angle. This direction of installati on is best suited to Line of Sight and Near Line installations.

90 degrees right of Sight

In figure 1, the unit is installed in

pointing down and to the side. T his type of installation is best suited to a Non L ine of Sight installation where maximum be nefit can be derived from the two antenna rece ivers.

a “diamond” configuration with the RJ45 inpu t connector

The CPE is powered via a power over Ethernet 802.3af compliant device (refer t o figure 3).

over Ethernet 802.3af compliant device (refer t o figure 3). Figu re 3 – Gemtek CPE

Figu re 3 – Gemtek CPE PoE Injector unit

The factory default settings for t he Gentek CPE are:

LAN IP: 10.1.1.254

Netmask: 255.255.255.0

LAN DHCP: enable

User Name / Password: a dmin/admin

The DHCP server on the CPE is e nabled by default and therefore to access

The DHCP server on the CPE is e nabled by default and therefore to access the C PE via Ethernet, the host computer must meet th e following requirements:

1)

Equipped with an Ethern et network interface

2)

Allow the client PC to ob tain an IP address automatically or set a fixed I P address

3)

Web browser installed:

Mozilla Fiefox is recommended.

The CPE is configured with the d efault IP address of 10.1.1.254 and subnet mas k of

255.255.255.0. Considering that the DHCP server is enabled by default, the DH CP clients should

be able to access the CPE, or the

configuration. An example for st atic IP address can be set to “10.1.1.100”.

host PC should be assigned a static IP address first for initial

The CPE is managed through a w eb browser-based manager. It uses the HTTP p rotocol via a web browser to allow you to set up and manage the device. The URL of manag ement web site is: http://10.1.1.254.

It is recommended to use the “M

access the unit. Known issues sp ecifically with Internet Explorer Version 8 (IE8) can comprise the web browser display and co nfiguration of the unit.

ozilla Firefox” web browser rather than Intern et Explorer to

Unit Login

The following steps are required to login into the Gemtek CPE.

1)

Insert the PoE injector u nit power cord and plug it into applicable “ac” p ower source.

2)

Connect the “cross” Cat

5 Ethernet cable that shipped with the CPE, to t he CPE, and the

other end to the ““DATA & POWER OUT” port of the PoE injector unit.

3)

Connect one end of a “st raight” Cat 5 Ethernet cable to the “DATA IN” p ort of the PoE

injector unit and the oth er end can be connected to a PC or a network.

Verify that in a

few seconds, both LEDs ( PORT and AC) on the PoE injector unit light up bright green .

4)

Make sure the PC’s IP ad dress getting from CPE DHCP server is 10.1.1.xx x. The default IP address is 10.1.1.254. In this example the address 10.1.1.100/24 was us ed.

5)

Open the browser and in put the web control site: http://10.1.1.254 and the Gemtek login screen will appear ( refer to figure 4).

6) Figure 4 – Gemtek CPE Web Browser Login Screen Enter the default Userna me
6) Figure 4 – Gemtek CPE Web Browser Login Screen Enter the default Userna me

6)

Figure 4

– Gemtek CPE Web Browser Login Screen

Enter the default Userna me and Password, these are “admin”, then clic k “Login”.The following Gemtek Web B rowser Screen will be displayed (refer to figure 5).

Web B rowser Screen will be displayed (refer to figure 5). Figure 5 – Gemtek CPE

Figure 5 –

Gemtek CPE Web Browser Status Screen

7)

7) The Gemtek Firware revi sion uppers in the upper right corner. The curre nt revision

The Gemtek Firware revi sion uppers in the upper right corner. The curre nt revision of

the Gemtek firmware is

firmware must be upgra ded.

4.6.1.0. If the revision on the unit is anything el se, the unit’s

CPE Firmware Upgrade

In the event that the firmware on t he CPE unit has to be upgraded then please follow t he steps as outlined below.

1) Select the “Management ” buttom wil appears directly below the Firmw are Revision. Then
1)
Select the “Management ” buttom wil appears directly below the Firmw are Revision.
Then sleect the “Upgrad e” button located down the left side of the scre en. This will
open the screen as displa yed in figure 6.
Figure 6 – Gemtek CPE Web Browser Upgrade Screen
2)
Click the “Browse” butto n, and navigate to the firmware image file (refe r to figure 7).

For the Gemtek 2 .5GHz model, the file is “BIMAGE.R4.6.1.0-209 26-v5.7.22(WIXS-

167)”

For the 3.65GHz

model it is “BIMAGE.R4.6.1.0-20926-v5.7.22(WI XS-177)”:

Fi gure 7 – Gemtek CPE Upgrade File 3) Click on the “Upload” bu tton.
Fi gure 7 – Gemtek CPE Upgrade File 3) Click on the “Upload” bu tton.

Fi gure 7 – Gemtek CPE Upgrade File

3)

Click on the “Upload” bu tton. If the following screen appears, the unit is

firmware upgrade (figure

8).

ready for

appears, the unit is firmware upgrade (figure 8). ready for Figure 8 – Ge mtek CPE

Figure 8 – Ge mtek CPE Web Browser File Ready to Upgrade

4)

Click on the “Apply” butt on at the bottom of this screen. This will start t he upgrade. After the upgrade finishe s, the CPE will reboot.

Unit Configuration

Unit Configuration There are a lot of user configura ble options available but to bring the

There are a lot of user configura ble options available but to bring the unit to an operational state is a relatively simple task.

To initially configure the unit, th en please select the “WiMAX” button on the le ft hand menu (refer to figure 9).

1)

Click the “Stop” button, t hen the “Edit” button.

2)

This shows WiMAX settin gs for connecting to a Base Station. The Freque ncy and Bandwidth are variables that must match with those configured on the relevant Base Station (figure 6).

3)

Click the “Apply” button, then “Close”, then the “Start” button.

button, then “Close”, then the “Start” button. Figure 9 – Ge mtek CPE Web Browser WiMAX

Figure 9 – Ge mtek CPE Web Browser WiMAX Configuration

Click on the “Status” button on t he left hand menu (refer to figure 10). When t he CPE communicates and connects wit h the Base Station it will transition through 4 p hases. These are:

DL SYNCHRONIZATION

UL ACQUISITION

RANGING

OPERATIONAL

Figure 10 – Gemtek CPE Web Browser WiMAX Status To configure the device for the
Figure 10 – Gemtek CPE Web Browser WiMAX Status To configure the device for the

Figure 10 –

Gemtek CPE Web Browser WiMAX Status

To configure the device for the p urposes of management, the User will need to configure the IP settings of the LAN (Local Area N etwork) interface for the device.

To change the LAN IP address th en:

1)

Click on the “Networking ” button on the left hand menu (refer to figure 11).

2)

Select “Bridge/NAT Mod e” from the list of options down the left.

3)

Select “Bridge Mode” fro m the pull down menu.

4)

Select “IP Type” as “Stati c”.

5)

“IP Address”: Enter the r equired IP address, 192.168.2.102

6)

“Netmask”: Enter a suita ble subnet mask

7)

Click the “Apply” button, and Reboot the unit.

Figure 11 – Gemtek C PE Web Browser Management Static IP Configu ration If the
Figure 11 – Gemtek C PE Web Browser Management Static IP Configu ration If the

Figure 11 – Gemtek C PE Web Browser Management Static IP Configu ration

If the User selects an “IP Type” of “ DHCP” (see figure x), then the IP Address will be ass igned via DHCP.

Unless the User knows what addre ss has been assigned, then there will be no way to m (refer to figure 12).

anage the unit

will be no way to m (refer to figure 12). anage the unit Figure 12 –

Figure 12 – Gemtek C PE Web Browser Management DHCP IP Configu ration

To enable the feature that will p ermit management access to the CPE from the

To enable the feature that will p ermit management access to the CPE from the Base Station remotely from a WAN access (re fer to figure 13).

1)

Click on the “Firewall” bu tton

2)

Enable “Allow Web acces ssing from WAN”

3)

Enable “Allow Telnet acc essing from WAN”

4)

Do not enable any other settings

5)

Click the “Apply” button, and Reboot the unit.

5) Click the “Apply” button, and Reboot the unit. Figure 13 – Gemt ek CPE Web

Figure 13 – Gemt ek CPE Web Remote Management Configuratio n