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I-240W-S, I-241W-S
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NTP 172 - InstaII an I-240W-S or I-241W-S indoor DNT
NTP 173 - PepIace an I-240W-S or I-241W-S indoor DNT
NTP 174 - Configure an I-240W-S or I-241W-S DNT
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31 I-240W-S and I-241W-S unit data
sheet
31.1 I-240W-S and I-241W-S part numbers and identification
31.2 I-240W-S and I-241W-S generaI description
31.3 I-240W-S and I-241W-S software and instaIIation feature
support
31.4 I-240W-S and I-241W-S interfaces and interface
capacity
31.5 I-240W-S and I-241W-S LE0s
31.6 I-240W-S and I-241W-S detaiIed specifications
31.7 I-240W-S and I-241W-S CEh ports and T-CDNTs
31.8 I-240W-S and I-241W-S power support
31. I-240W-S and I-241W-S functionaI bIocks
31.10 I-240W-S and I-241W-S standards compIiance
31.11 I-240W-S and I-241W-S speciaI considerations
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31.1 I-240W-S and I-241W-S part numbers and
identification
Table 31-1 provides part numbers and identification information for I-240W-S and
I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
Table 31-1 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT part numbers and identification
Mnemonic Ordering kit
part number
Provisioning
part number
Description CLEI CPR ECIJ
Bar
code
!-2+0W-S 3FE S+180 AA 3FE S+276 AA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, and 1 Wi-Fi radio
onfoff switch. !ncludes acfdc power
cord with European (EU) variant plug.
- - -
3FE S+180 BA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, and 1 Wi-Fi radio
onfoff switch. !ncludes acfdc power
cord with Australian (AU) variant plug.
- - -
3FE S+180 CA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, and 1 Wi-Fi radio
onfoff switch. !ncludes acfdc power
cord with United Kingdom (UK) variant
plug.
- - -
3FE S+180 EA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, and 1 Wi-Fi radio
onfoff switch. !ncludes acfdc power
cord with United States (US) variant
plug.
- - -
!-2+1W-S 3FE S++92 AA 3FE S+276 AB 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, 1 RF video
connector, and 1 Wi-Fi radio onfoff
switch. !ncludes acfdc power cord with
European (EU) variant plug.
- - -
3FE S++92 BA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, 1 RF video
connector, and 1 Wi-Fi radio onfoff
switch. !ncludes acfdc power cord with
Australian (AU) variant plug.
- - -
3FE S++92 CA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, 1 RF video
connector, and 1 Wi-Fi radio onfoff
switch. !ncludes acfdc power cord with
United Kingdom (UK) variant plug.
- - -
3FE S++92 EA 2 POTS ports, + Gig-E 10f100f1000
Base-T interfaces, 1 RF video
connector, and 1 Wi-Fi radio onfoff
switch. !ncludes acfdc power cord with
United States (US) variant plug.
- - -
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31.2 I-240W-S and I-241W-S general description
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs provide the subscriber interface for the
network by terminating the PON interface and converting it to user interfaces that
directly connect to subscriber devices. The ONT is compatible with all existing
subscriber equipment, including analog phones with both tone and rotary dial
capabilities, cordless phones, modems, fax machines, and caller ID boxes (Type I,
Type II, and Type III).
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs provide the following functions:
four configurable 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet interfaces using RJ-45 ports
two POTS interfaces using RJ-11 ports
single mode fiber (SC/APC connector)
IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi interface to enable wireless access
fully G.984 series GPON standard compliant
G984.5 standard compliant
compliance with FCC part 15 Class B
31.3 I-240W-S and I-241W-S software and installation
feature support
Table 31-2 provides a list of software-based features and installation information
supported by I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
Table 31-2 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT software feature support
Feature ChapterJdescription Click link for more information
General ONT and NDU
overview
General information common to
multiple devices and an explanation of
general system behaviors.
ONT and NDU overview
Service interface
specifications
ONT and NDU general and interface
technical specifications
Ethernet interface specifications
POTS interface specifications
RF video interface specifications for video overlay
(!-2+1W-S ONT only)
Services supported - See the appropriate P-OLT user documentation for
service creation procedures and descriptions.
RSS! ONT and NDU general and interface
technical specifications
RSS! specifications
Wi-Fi specifications ONT and NDU general and interface
technical specifications
Wi-Fi specifications
Optical budget ONT and NDU general and interface
technical specifications
ONT optical budget
Location and installation
options
How to install and replace an !-2+0W-S
or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT
!nstall an !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT
Replace an !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT
Activation methods ONT and NDU overview SL!D entry via Ethernet port
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31.4 I-240W-S and I-241W-S interfaces and interface
capacity
Table 31-3 describes the supported interfaces and interface capacity for I-240W-S
and I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
Table 31-3 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT interface connection capacity
Note
(1)
!-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S ONTs provide Wi-Fi service without a physical connection.
I-240W-S and I-241W-S connections and components
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs are intended for indoor deployment and can
be installed vertically, horizontally, or attached to a wall.
Other features of these indoor ONTs include
an ON/OFF power switch for manual shut down
a reset button
an external multi-directional antennae
Wi-Fi service that is enabled and disabled by Web GUI or TR-064/TR-069
Figure 31-1 shows the physical connections for I-240W-S indoor ONTs.
HTTP management !nformation necessary to manage an
ONT at a local site using an HTTP
interface, CL! interface, CL! interface,
or butt set.
Web-based ONT configuration
Statistics and performance
monitoring
ONT and NDU statistics and
performance monitoring
Performance monitoring statistics for Package D
ONTs
Supported UPS
configurations
Part numbers, ordering, and
deployment configuration overview
ONT and NDU to UPS or power adapter
compatibility support
Feature ChapterJdescription Click link for more information
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ONT type
and model
Maximum capacity
POTS 10J
100
BASE-
T
10J
100J
1000
BASE-
T
RF video
{CATV)
MoCA VDSL2 E1JT1 Local
craft
GPON
SCJ
APC
!-2+0W-S
(1)
2 - + - - - - - 1
!-2+1W-S
(1)
2 - + 1 - - - - 1
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Figure 31-1 I-240W-S indoor ONT physical connections
Figure 31-2 shows the physical connections for I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
Figure 31-2 I-241W-S indoor ONT physical connections
Figure 31-3 shows the location of the USB host port at the side of I-240W-S ONTs.
I
O
USB
ports
Wi-Fi
Protected
Service button
Reset
button
POTS
ports
(RJ-11)
Ethernet
ports
(RJ-45)
Fiber
optic
connector
Power
connector
Power
on/off
switch
22435
Wi-Fi
Protected
Service button
Reset
button
POTS
ports
(RJ-11)
Ethernet
ports
(RJ-45)
Fiber
optic
connector
Power
connector
Power
on/off
switch
F-type
coaxial
connector
22788
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Figure 31-3 I-240W-S indoor ONT physical connections {USB host port)
Figure 31-4 shows the location of the USB port on I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
Figure 31-4 I-241W-S indoor ONT physical connections {USB host port)
Table 31-4 describes the physical connections for I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor
ONTs.
Table 31-4 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT physical connections
I
O
22442
Internet/
USB host
port
Connection
(1)
Description
Ethernet ports This connection is provided through Ethernet RJ-+S cables. Up to four
10f100f1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces are supported.The Ethernet
ports can support both data and in-band video services on all four
interfaces.
POTS This connection is provided through RJ-11 ports. Up to two POTS
connections are supported.The POTS ports support voice services.
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USB port
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(1)
The primary path for the earth ground for these ONTs is provided by the 12v Return signal in the
power connector.
31.5 I-240W-S and I-241W-S LEDs
Figure 31-5 shows the I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT LEDs.
Figure 31-5 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT LEDs
Table 31-5 provides LED descriptions for I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
WPS button The Wi-Fi Protected Setup switch is labelled WPS. This button enables
and disables the WPS mode.
RF video coaxial This connection is provided through a F-Type coaxial connector.
This connection is found only on the !-2+1W-S indoor ONT.
Power This connection is provided through the power connector. A power cable
fitted with a Nolex connector is used to make the connection.
Fiber optic This connection is provided through a GPON SCfAPC fiber optic
connector.
USB ports On !-2+0W-S indoor ONTs, this connection is provided through the
following USB ports:
Two USB host interfaces, compliant to USB 2.0, are supported (one
of the USB ports is not powered).
One USB host port, compliant to USB 2.0, with a Notive dongle.
On !-2+1W-S indoor ONTs, this connection is provided by one USB host
port, compliant to USB 2.0.
Cables with A-type connectors are used to connect to the USB ports.
Connection
(1)
Description
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Power WAN Wi-Fi WPS USB 4 3 2 1 2 1
GPON
Link/Act
Gigabit
Ethernet
VoIP
Power WAN Wi-Fi WPS USB 4 3 2 1 2 1
GPON
Link/Act
Gigabit
Ethernet
VoIP
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Table 31-5 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT LEDs
31.6 I-240W-S and I-241W-S detailed specifications
Table 31-6 lists the physical specifications for I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor
ONTs.
Indicator LED color and
behavior
LED behavior description
Power Off
Green solid
Power is off
Power is on
WAN Off
Green flashing
Green solid
Red
Broadband physical connection is not present or no !P address assigned
!P connected and !P traffic is passing
!P connected and no traffic passing
Device attempted !P connection and failed
GPON LinkfAct Red solid
Red flash
Green solid
Orange flash
Orange solid
No GPON signal detected
GPON signal detected and ranging
GPON connection is up and in-service
ONC! data going through GPON port
GPON connection is up but out-of-service
Gigabit Ethernet Off
Green flashing
Green solid
No Ethernet signal detected
User data going through Gigabit Ethernet port
Gigabit Ethernet interface is ready to work
vo!P (without
vo!P registration
status)
Off
Green solid
Phone is on-hook
Phone is off-hook
vo!P (with vo!P
registration
status)
Off
Green solid
Green flashing
vo!P is unregistered
vo!P is registered and phone is on-hook
vo!P is registered and phone is off-hook
Wi-Fi Off
Green flashing
Green solid
No radio signal detected
User data going through WLAN port
Wi-Fi interface is ready to work
WPS Off
Green solid
Green flashing
Red solid
!nactive
Success status
!n Progress status
Error and Session Overlap status
USB Off
Green flashing
Green solid
No USB signal detected
Traffic activity on the USB port
USB interface is ready to work
I-241W-S indoor ONT only
RF video Off
Green
RF is disabled or the video optical band being received is lower than the
prescribed limit
RF is enabled and optical signal power is working
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Table 31-6 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT physical specifications
Table 31-7 lists the power consumption specifications for I-240W-S and I-241W-S
indoor ONTs.
Table 31-7 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT power consumption specifications
Table 31-8 lists the environmental specifications for I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor
ONTs.
Table 31-S I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT environmental specifications
Note
(1)
When an !-2+0W-S ONT is used with a power adapter, the maximum operating temperature is 122qF (S0qC) while the
maximum temperature for an !-2+0W-S ONT used with an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) is 10+qF (+0qC).
Description Specification
Height 7.9 in. (20 cm)
Width S.9 in. (1S.1 cm)
Depth 1.8 in. (+.6 cm)
Weight including fiber storage tray [within r 0.S
lb (0.23 kg)|
1.S lb (660 g)
Mnemonic Maximum
power {Not to
exceed)
Condition Minimum
power
Condition
!-2+0W-S less than 30 W 2 POTS off-hook, + Gig-E,
Wi-Fi operational
8 W 2 POTS on-hook, other
interfacesfservices not
provisioned
!-2+1W-S less than 2+ W 2 POTS off-hook, + Gig-E, 1 RF
video, Wi-Fi operational
7.6 W 2 POTS on-hook, other
interfacesfservices not
provisioned
Mounting method Temperature range and humidity Altitude
Desk or wall
mounted
Operating:
(1)
-+qF to 122qF (-20qC to S0qC) ambient
temperature
20 to 90 relative humidity, non-condensing
Contact your Alcatel-Lucent technical support
representative for more information
Storage:
Contact your Alcatel-Lucent support
representative for more information
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31.7 I-240W-S and I-241W-S GEM ports and T-CONTs
Table 31-9 lists the maximum number of supported T-CONTs and GEM ports. Not
all ONTs will be supported in all of the releases indicated the table. See the
appropriate release Customer Release Notes for the most accurate list of supported
devices.
Table 31-9 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT capacity for GEM ports and T-CONTs per package and
release
31.S I-240W-S and I-241W-S power support
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support the following power supply:
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31.9 I-240W-S and I-241W-S functional blocks
Table 31-10 describes the supported interfaces for I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor
ONTs.
Table 31-10 I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT interfaces
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs are single-residence ONTs that support
Wireless (Wi-Fi) service. Wi-Fi service on these ONTs are compliant with the IEEE
802.11 standard and enabled or disabled using a radio on/off switch. In addition to
the Wi-Fi service, these ONTs transmit Ethernet packets to four RJ-45 Ethernet
ports, and voice traffic to two RJ-11 POTS ports. The I-241W-S ONT also supports
RF video traffic on one F-type coaxial connector. Both ONTs feature fiber optic and
power connectors.
ONT or MDU Release Maximum Notes
Package D ONTs
GEN ports per indoor
or outdoor ONT
R0+.02.S6 32 32 are present
T-CONTs per indoor or
outdoor ONT
R0+.02.S6 32 32 are present: 31 are available, 1
is reserved for ONC!
ONT category description Interface capacity
POTS
ports
Ethernet
ports
VDSL2 MoCA RF Video HPNA Wi-Fi
Single-residence Wi-Fi ONTs
with Gig-E ONTs, POTS, and
with or without RF video
(!-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S)
2 + - - 0f1 - 1
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Figure 31-6 shows functional blocks for I-240W-S indoor ONTs.
Figure 31-6 Single-residence Wi-Fi ONT with Gigabit Ethernet and POTS and
without RF video
Figure 31-7 shows functional blocks for the I-241W-S indoor ONT which has the
same functional blocks as the I-240W-S indoor ONT except for having a triplexer,
rather than a diplexer, and an RF video filter.
Figure 31-7 Single-residence Wi-Fi ONT with Gigabit Ethernet and POTS and with
RF video
ONT SoC technology serves as the main hardware block for these ONTs; see
Figure 31-8.
PWR 4xRJ45 2xRJ11
22458
Diplexer
GE PHY
switch
RESET
USB Internal
Host
WiFi
switch
GPON
SOC
POTS
2xUSB
USB
Enternal
Host
PWR
F-type connector
4xRJ45 2xRJ11
22570
Triplexer
GE PHY
switch
RF Filter
RESET
USB Internal
Host
WiFi
switch
GPON
SOC
POTS
2xUSB
USB
Enternal
Host
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Figure 31-S I-240W-S and I-241W-S ONT hardware block
ONT SoC technology consists of five key elements:
GPON MAC
The Gigabit Passive Optical Network Media Access Control (GPON MAC)
element on the SoC terminates the GPON interface using an optical diplexer. This
interface supports GPON as described in G.984.3 (GPON TC Layer) ITU
specification.
Ethernet MAC
The SoC provides up to four GE MACs.
DSP interface
The Digital Signal Processor (DSP) provides voice processing for 2 POTS lines
with the 3-way calling. The DSP has a dedicated 64 kbyte instruction cache and
shares a 32 kbyte data cache with the Control Processor.
Control Processor
The Control Processor features an integral memory management unit that
supports a dedicated 64 kbyte instruction cache and shares a single 32 kbyte data
cache with the DSP. The Control Processor and DSP also include a single channel
Data Management Application (DMA) controller with a 4 kbyte read ahead
low-latency Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) access port. The
processors typically run at 400 MHz.
Switch matrix
The Switch matrix provides an integrated data channel between the four GE
MACs, the GPON MAC, the DSP, the control processor, and the other integrated
elements such as flash memory, DRAM, and the local bus controller.
These ONTs can also interact with additional hardware components to support
functionality not provided by the SoC technology.
Control
processor
Ethernet
MACs
Ethernet ports GPON
POTS ports
DSP
GPON
MAC
SoC
19421
SoC Bridge
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31.10 I-240W-S and I-241W-S standards compliance
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs are compliant with the following standards:
802.11b support for maximum transmit power (EIRP) equal to or greater than 200
mW (23.01 dBm)
802.11g support for maximum transmit power (EIRP) equal to or greater than 100
mW (20 dBm)
802.11n support for wireless LAN interface
G.984 support GPON interface (framing)
G.984.2 support for Amd1, class B+
G984.5 support for optical and other transport network infrastructures
31.11 I-240W-S and I-241W-S special considerations
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONT considerations and
limitations
Table 31-11 lists the considerations and limitations for I-240W-S and I-241W-S
ONTs.
Table 31-11 I-240W-S and I-241W- S ONT considerations and limitations
Upgrade considerations and limitations
Existing ONTs that use 7342 ISAMFTTU releases older than R04.06.xx and
R04.07.xx must be upgraded to use R04.00.10 software while assigned to a PON ID
value smaller than 64. For this purpose, if split ratios larger than 1:64 are being
deployed, you may choose to set aside the first PON ID as a staging point.
Considerations and limitations
The ONT only supports ONC!v2 provisioning model
voice management using TR-069fTR-10+ is not supported
Performance Counters for S!P voice is not supported
Emergency call alarming or forced-hold is not supported
The ONT pads packets up to 10+
No support for !GNP on PPPoE sessions
No support for NAC learning
No support for UPnP Av compatibility - Detect DNS device
No support for UPnP Av compatibility - can play audio, video, photo file
No support for UPnP Applications - eNule, PPStream, UTorrent, Windows Nedia player 11
No support for Playback WAv format using UPnP Av server
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I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support voice, video, and data services. These
ONTs, which feature Wi-Fi technology, can also function as a residential gateway
with layer 2 and layer 3 processing capabilities.
I-240W-S and I-241W-S ONT supported features
The I-240W-S and I-241W-S ONT supports one of two modes at any given time. The
supported modes are
ONT
Residential gateway
You determine which of the two modes is configured by downloading the designated
software release.
ONT mode
When operating in ONT mode, I-240W-S and I-241W-S ONTs have four Gig-E and
two POTS ports while the Wi-Fi service and USB modules are disabled.
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support the following services controlled by
OLT:
VoIP
L2 bridging
Multicast
Table 31-12 describes the services supported by I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor
ONTs when in ONT mode.
Table 31-12 Supported services in ONT mode
Supported services Description
vo!P The !P host interface is dedicated for vo!P service
The S!P protocol (RFC3261) is ported to the ONT. vo!P-related
parameters are configured through the ONC! protocol and downloading
the vo!P XNL file to the ONT. See vo!P overview for details about the
XNL download files.
L2 bridging Each Ethernet port supports the following
vLAN tagging
vLANfp-bit transparent
vLANfp-bit translation
The following OLT vLAN modes are supported
C-vLAN cross-connect
S+C-vLAN cross-connect
S-vLAN tunnel cross-connect
C-vLAN residential-bridge
Nulticast !GNP snooping
6+ multicast groups
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Residential gateway ONT mode
When operating in Residential gateway ONT mode, I-240W-S and I-241W-S ONTs
have one virtual Ethernet IP and two POTS ports.
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support the following services:
VoIP
L3 routing
Residential gateway interfaces
Multicast
VoIP service is controlled by OMCI while OLT is reserved for configuring L2
bridging and Multicast services for the L3 routing interface. Established L3 routing
can be managed using Access Control Server (ACS).
Table 31-13 describes the services supported by I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor
ONTs in Residential gateway mode.
Table 31-13 Supported services in Residential gateway ONT mode
Supported services Description
vo!P The !P host interface is dedicated for vo!P service
The S!P protocol (RFC3261) is ported to the ONT. vo!P-related
parameters are configured through the ONC! protocol and downloading
the vo!P XNL file to the ONT. See vo!P overview for details about the
XNL download files.
L3 routing Each Ethernet port supports the following
vLAN tagging
vLANfp-bit transparent
vLANfp-bit translation
OLT must be used to configure the vLANfp-bit used by the following
services:
HS!
!PTv including voD and Nulticast service
Nanagement
After the OLT has configured the L2 bridging path for the L3 routing
interface, the Residential gateway service can be controlled remotely by
ACS using the TR-069 protocol.
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Wi-Fi service
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs feature Wi-Fi service as well as voice, video,
and data services. Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that uses radio waves
to provide wireless HSI and network connections. This ONT complies with the IEEE
802.11 standards, which the Wi-Fi Alliance defines as the basis for Wi-Fi
technology.
Wi-Fi physical features
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs have the following physical features that
assist in providing Wi-Fi service:
one external multi-directional antennae
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) push button, with indicator LED, for adding
WPS-enabled wireless devices
Wi-Fi standards, certifications and services
The Wi-Fi service on I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support the following
standards and Wi-Fi Alliance certifications:
compliant with IEEE 802.1x EAP encapsulation
certified for IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards
multiple SSID and WDS
Residential gateway
interfaces
Both LAN and WAN connections are provided.
On the up to four WAN connections on the WAN side the following
services are provided
HS! internet service
!PTv including voD and Nulticast service
TR-069 remote management
vo!P (ACS-controlled vo!P service)
Only the HS! and !PTv interfaces are used for routing services for LAN
devices. The traffic on other interfaces terminates at the ONT. !PoE and
PPPoE can be configured for each interface with the exception of the
!PTv interface which does not support the PPPoE mode.
On the two LAN connections the following services are provided
Home network interface is the main interface includes four Ethernet
ports, one Wi-Fi AP, and one USB interface. All of these interfaces
are bridged. The user on this interface can access HS! and !PTv
services. From the LAN side, web GU!s and TR-06+ are used to
manage the ONT. UPnP !GD and DLNA services are not supported
on this interface.
Guest network interface is an extra LAN interface with only one Wi-Fi
AP attached. Guests can access HS! and !PTv services but can not
access the ONT management interface. UPnP !GD and DLNA
services are not supported on this interface.
Nulticast !GNP snooping for home network interface
!GNP proxy for WAN !PTv interface
Nulticast service is not supported on the guest network interface
Supported services Description
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WEP, WPA, and WPA2
MAC address filtering
ONT management features
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support management using the following
methods:
Web GUI using HTTP
OMCI interface
VoIP xml
TR-069
Contact your Alcatel-Lucent technical support representative for more information
about ONT management for I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs.
Web-based ONT configuration
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration using a
web-based GUI. The following types of configuration and information retrieval
procedures can be performed using the GUI:
supported device information
supported ONT information
supported RGW
supported VoIP
supported diagnosis
supported management
Supported Device information
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited retrieval of supported device
information using a web-based GUI. The following status information can be
retrieved using a GUI:
General status
Transceiver status
UPS status
Procedure 31-1 General status information retrieval
1 Select Device !nfo from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the General Status option from the Device !nfo menu.
The Device !nformation -> General Status window appears; see Figure 31-9.
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Figure 31-9 General Status window
Table 31-1+ describes the fields in the General Status window.
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Table 31-14 General Status parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-2 Transceiver status information retrieval
1 Select Device !nfo from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Transceiver Status option from the Device !nfo menu.
The Device !nformation -> Transceiver Status and Threshold window appears; see
Figure 31-10.
Field Description
Software version !dentifying the software version
currently. Example: 3FES+278AOAA18
Hardware version A string identifying the particular CPE
model and version. Example: REv1.0
System Time The current date and time in the CPE
Uptime Time since the CPE was last restarted
Board !D Board !D of the CPE
Build Timestamp Build date and time of the current
software
Boatloader (CFE) version !dentifying the software version
currently. Example: 1.0.37-111.26
Wireless Driver version A string identifying the particular wireless
driver version. Example:
S.100.96.0.cpe+.11L03.13
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Figure 31-10 Transceiver Status and Threshold window
Table 31-1S describes the fields in the Transceiver Status and Threshold window.
Table 31-15 Transceiver Status and Threshold parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-3 UPS status information retrieval
1 Select Device !nfo from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the UPS Status option from the Device !nfo menu.
The Device !nformation -> UPS Status window appears; see Figure 31-11.
Field Description
Temperature Current temperature of the CPE. The unit
is degree centigrade (C).
RX Power Current RX power of the CPE. The unit is
dbm.
TX Power Current TX power of the CPE. The unit is
dbm.
voltage Current voltage of the CPE
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Figure 31-11 UPS Status window
Table 31-16 describes the fields in the UPS Status window.
Table 31-16 UPS status parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported ONT information
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited retrieval of supported ONT
information using a web-based GUI. The following status information can be
retrieved using a GUI:
GPON
Multicasting
IP Host
VEIP
Field Description
Status Show current UPS status of the CPE
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Procedure 31-4 GPON status information retrieval
1 Select ONT from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the GPON option from the ONT menu.
The ONT -> GPON window appears; see Figure 31-12.
Figure 31-12 GPON window
Table 31-17 describes the fields in the GPON window displayed below the Serial
Number.
Table 31-17 GPON parameters
3 Click ApplyfSave.
Field Description
Password (ASC!!) Set GPON password with ASC!!
characters
Password (hex) Set GPON password with hexadecimal
characters
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See the GPON Status, Napping, and Statistics information in the window.
4 Click Refresh to update the GPON status, mapping, and statistics information in the
window.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-5 Multicasting status information retrieval
1 Select the ONT option from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the Nulticasting option from the ONT menu.
The ONT -> Nulticasting window appears; see Figure 31-13.
Figure 31-13 Multicasting window
Table 31-18 describes the fields in the Nulticasting window.
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Table 31-1S Multicasting parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-6 IP Host information retrieval
1 Select ONT from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the !P Host option from the ONT menu.
The ONT -> !P Host window appears; see Figure 31-1+.
Figure 31-14 IP Host window
Table 31-19 describes the fields in the !P Host window.
Field Description
Status !ndex and active group !D information is displayed.
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Table 31-19 IP Host parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-7 VEIP status information retrieval
1 Select ONT from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the vE!P option from the ONT menu.
The ONT -> vE!P window appears; see Figure 31-1S.
Field Description
!P address Current !P address of !P host
Subnet Nask Current subnet mask of !P host
Gateway Current Gateway of !P host
DNS Server Current DNS Server of !P host
Node Current addressing mode of !P host
RX Statistics RX statistics of !P host
TX Statistics TX statistics of !P host
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Figure 31-15 VEIP window
Table 31-20 describes the fields in the vE!P window.
Table 31-20 VEIP parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - WAN
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service using a web-based GUI.
The following WAN IPv4 and IPv6 tasks can be performed using the following GUI
procedures:
add WAN PPPoE service (IPv4)
add WAN IPoE service (IPv4)
remove WAN connection (IPv4)
retrieve IPv6-related WAN connection information
Field
RX Statistics RX statistics of vE!P
TX Statistics TX statistics of vE!P
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Procedure 31-S Add WAN PPPoE service
1 Select the RGW option from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the WAN and !Pv+ options from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> WAN -> !Pv+ window appears; see Figure 31-16.
Figure 31-16 WAN IPv4 window
3 Configure PPPoE by clicking Add.
The WAN Service Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-17.
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Figure 31-17 WAN Service Configuration window
4 Configure the parameters for the PPPoE service.
Table 31-21 describes the fields to select for the PPPoE service.
Table 31-21 PPPoE service parameters
Field Description
Select WAN Connection type:
PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) Select for PPPoE service
!P over Ethernet (!PoE)
Service Type: {Multiple selections are possible)
HS! Select to provide High Speed !nternet
vo!P Select to provide vo!P service (Not supported yet)
Nanagement Select to provide TR-069 remote management
Other fields
Enter Service Description Enter a description of the WAN service
Enter 802.1P Priority [0-7| Enter the priority which is used on egress traffic from this
WAN. The value will be ignored when the option Enable
DSCP to P-bit for this connection" is checked.
{1 of 2)
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5 Click Next to save selections.
The PPP Username and Password window appears; see Figure 31-18.
Figure 31-1S PPP Username and Password window
6 Configure more parameters for the PPP service.
Table 31-22 describes the fields in the PPP Username and Password window.
Table 31-22 PPP Username and Password parameters
Enter 802.1Q vLAN !D [0-+90+| Enter the vLAN used on egress traffic from the WAN
Enable !Pv6 for this service Select, if wanted. !Pv6 can only be enabled on HS! service.
Enable !Pv+ for this service Select, if wanted. !f enabled, !Pv+ will be enabled even if
!Pv6 is also enabled for this service.
Default connection service (Default
gateway)
Select, if wanted. Default gateway can only be set on
HS!f!PTv service.
Field Description
{2 of 2)
Field Description
PPP Username Enter your PPPoE user name
PPP Password Enter your PPPoE password
{1 of 2)
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7 Click Next to save selections.
The DNS Server Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-19.
PPPoE Service Name Enter your PPPoE service name if
necessarily
PPPoE AC Name Enter your PPPoE AC name, if necessary
Authentication Nethod Select one authentication method for this
PPPoE connection
Enable NAT Select, if wanted
Enable Firewall Select, if wanted.
Dial on Demand (with idle timeout timer) Select, if wanted. !f enabled (selected),
when this wan service is disconnected for
any reason, it is to remain disconnected
until the CPE communicate over this
service, at which time the CPE
automatically attempts to reestablish the
wan service. !f disabled (non-selected),
the CPE automatically attempts to
reestablish the service when this wan
service is disconnected for any reason.
Use Static !Pv+ Address Select to use static !Pv+ address if
wanted. You can set the static !P address
in the !Pv+ address field.
Enable PPP Debug Node Select, if wanted
Bridge PPoE Frames between WAN and
Local Ports
Select, if wanted. !t is used for PPPoE
passthrough sessions.
Field Description
{2 of 2)
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Figure 31-19 DNS Server Configuration window
S Configure the parameters for the DNS server.
Table 31-23 describes the fields in the DNS Server Configuration window.
Table 31-23 DNS server parameters
9 Click Next to save your changes.
The WAN Setup -> Summary window appears; see Figure 31-20.
Field Description
Primary DNS server Set, if wanted
Secondary DNS server Set, if wanted
DNS overwrite Set, if wanted. !f enabled, non-empty
DNS address can be overridden by a DNS
entry received from the WAN service.
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Figure 31-20 WAN Setup - Summary window
10 Click ApplyfSave after reviewing the WAN setup.
The RGW -> WAN -> !Pv+ window appears; see Figure 31-21.
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Figure 31-21 WAN IPv4 window
11 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-9 Add WAN IPoE server
1 Select the RGW option from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the WAN and !Pv+ options from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> WAN -> !Pv+ window appears; see Figure 31-22.
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Figure 31-22 WAN IPv4 window
3 Configure !PoE by clicking Add.
The WAN Service Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-23.
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Figure 31-23 WAN Service Configuration window
4 Configure the parameters for the !PoE service.
Table 31-2+ describes the fields to select for the !PoE service.
Table 31-24 IPoE service parameters
Field Description
Select WAN Connection type
PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE)
!P over Ethernet (!PoE) Select for !PoE service
Service type: {Multiple selections are possible)
HS! Select to provide High Speed !nternet
vo!P Select to provide vo!P service (Not supported yet)
!PTv Select to provide video service
Nanagement Select to provide TR-069 remote management
Other fields
Service Description Enter a description of the WAN service
{1 of 2)
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5 Click Next to save selections.
The WAN !P Settings window appears; see Figure 31-2+.
Figure 31-24 WAN IP Setting window
6 Configure the parameters for the WAN !P settings.
Table 31-2S describes the fields in the WAN !P Settings window.
Enter 802.1P Priority [0-7| Enter the priority used on egress traffic from this WAN.
The value will be ignored when the option Enabled DSCP
to P-bit for this connection" is checked.
Enter 802.1Q vLAN !D [0-+90+| Enter the vLAN used on egress traffic from this WAN
Enable !Pv6 for this service Select, if wanted. !Pv6 can only be enabled on HS! service
Enable !Pv+ for this service Select, if wanted. !f enabled, !Pv+ will be enabled even if
!Pv6 is also enabled for the service.
Default connection service (Default
gateway)
Select, if wanted. Default gateway can only be set on
HS!f!PTv service.
Field Description
{2 of 2)
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Table 31-25 WAN IP settings parameters
7 Click Next to save your changes.
S To modify the configuration of the NAT or firewall, select RGW from the top-level
menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System window.
9 Select the NAT option from the RGW menu.
The Network Address Translation Settings window appears; see Figure 31-2S.
Field Description
Obtain an !P address automatically Select, if wanted. !f set, the !P
addressfNetmaskfgateway of the service
will be assigned automatically by DHCP
server.
Note: the PC on LAN side should have
DHCP server.
Option 60 vendor !D Set, if wanted. Empty string means
disable the option.
Use the following Static !P address: Select, if wanted. !f set, the !P
addressfNetmaskfgateway of the service
should be set in below field manually.
WAN !P Address Set static !P address of this service.
WAN Subnet Nask Set static netmask of this service.
WAN gateway !P Address Set static gateway of this service.
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Figure 31-25 Network Address Translation setting window
10 Configure the parameters for the NAT or Firewall service.
Table 31-26 describes the fields to select for the Network Address Translation
Settings window.
Table 31-26 Network Address Translation settings parameters
11 Click Next to save your changes.
The DNS Server Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-26.
Field Description
Enable NAT Select, if wanted
Enable Firewall Select, if wanted
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Figure 31-26 DNS Server Configuration window
12 Configure the parameters for the DNS server.
Table 31-27 describes the fields in the DNS Server Configuration window.
Table 31-27 DNS server parameters
13 Click Next to save your changes.
The WAN Setup - Summary window appears; see Figure 31-27.
Field Description
Primary DNS server Set, if wanted
Secondary DNS server Set, if wanted.
DNS overwrite !f enabled (selected), non-empty DNS address can be
overridden by a DNS entry received from the WAN service.
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Figure 31-27 WAN Setup - Summary window
14 Click ApplyfSave after reviewing the WAN setup.
The RGW -> WAN -> !Pv+ window appears; see Figure 31-28.
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Figure 31-2S WAN IPv4 window
15 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-10 Remove a WAN connection
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the WAN and !Pv+ options from the RGW menu.
The WAN !Pv+ window appears; see Figure 31-29.
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Figure 31-29 WAN IPv4 window
3 Highlight the WAN connection or connections you want removed.
4 Click Remove to save your changes.
The WAN !Pv+ window appears with the selected WAN connection deleted; see
Figure 31-30.
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Figure 31-30 WAN IPv4 window
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-11 Retrieve IPv6-related WAN information
The following procedure provides the steps to reactive !Pv6-related information for WAN
connections.
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the WAN and !Pv6 options from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> WAN -> !Pv6 window appears; see Figure 31-31.
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Figure 31-31 WAN IPv6 window
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - LAN
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service using a web-based GUI.
The following LAN tasks can be performed using a GUI:
set br0
set br1 (not supported by IPv6)
Procedure 31-12 Set br0
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the LAN option from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> LAN window appears; see Figure 31-32.
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Figure 31-32 LAN window
3 Configure the parameters for the LAN service.
Table 31-28 describes the fields to select for the LAN !Pv+ service.
Table 31-2S LAN IPv4 service parameters
Field Description
Configure the Broadband Router, !D
Address, and Subnet mask for LAN
interface
Select br0 from the drop-down menu
Setup -- IPv4:
!P Address Set static !P address if the DHCP Client is not be selected.
Subnet mask Set subnet mask if the DHCP Client is not be selected.
Enable DHCP Client Select, if wanted. !f enabled, the !P addressfsubnet mask
of br1 will be assigned automatically by DHCP server.
DHCP !P Address Show the DHCP !P address.
DHCP Subnet Nask Show the DHCP subnet mask.
Start !P Address Set the first address to be assigned by the DHCP server on
the LAN interface. !t is used when Enable DHCP Server
field is selected.
End !P Address Set the last address to be assigned by the DHCP server on
the LAN interface. !t is used when Enable DHCP Server
field is selected.
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4 Click ApplyfSave to save selections.
5 Configure more parameters for the LAN service.
Table 31-29 describes the fields in the RGW -> LAN window but not part of the
Setup -- !Pv+ section.
Table 31-29 LAN service parameters
6 Click Add or Remove to save selections.
See the Setup -- !Pv6 section of the LAN window; see Figure 31-33.
Learned Time (hour) Set the lease time in hours of client assigned addresses. !t
is used when Enable DHCP Server field is selected.
Field Description
Static !P Lease List (A maximum 32
entries can be configured)
Add or remove items from this list
Reserved !P Address List (A maximum 10
entries can be configured)
Add or remove items from this list
DHCP Leases DHCP Leases table list can not be added
or removed manually
Field Description
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Figure 31-33 Setup -- IPv6 section of LAN window
7 Scroll down in the RGW -> LAN window.
The Setup -- !Pv6 section appears; see Figure 31-3+.
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Figure 31-34 Setup -- IPv6 section of LAN window
S Configure the parameters for the LAN !Pv6 service.
Table 31-30 describes the fields in the !Pv6 LAN Applications window.
Table 31-30 IPv6 LAN application parameters
Field Description
Enable RADvD Enable to publish prefix and route
information
NaxRtrAdv!nterval(s) Set the maximum interval of sending RA
packets
NinRtrAdv!nterval(s) Set the minimum interval of sending RA
packets.
Router Life Time(s) Set the lifetime associated with the route
in units of seconds
Enable ULA Prefix Advertisement Enable state of ULA (Unique Local
Address) Prefix
Prefix Set the ULA prefix
Preferred Life Time (hour) Set the preferred lift time of the prefix (in
hours) published in Router
Advertisement
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9 Click ApplyfSave.
Review you changes in the !Pv6 LAN Applications window; see Figure 31-3S.
valid Life Time (hour) Set the valid life time of the prefix (in
hours) published in Router
Advertisement. Prefix valid Lifetime must
always be larger than or equal to Prefix
Preferred Lifetime.
Enable DHCPv6 server Enable DHCPv6 server in LAN side
Publish self as DNS server Set if wanted. Enable to publish clients
!Pv6 address in LAN side as DNS server
Stateless Enable stateless mode
Stateful Enable stateful mode
Start interface !D Set value which indicates the beginning
of the interface !D pool. !nterface !D
does not support ZERO CONPRESS!ON
"::". Please enter the complete
information. For example: Please enter
"0:0:0:2" instead of "::2".
End interface !D Set value which indicates the end of the
interface !D pool. !nterface !D does not
support ZERO CONPRESS!ON "::".
Please enter the complete information.
For example: Please enter "0:0:0:2"
instead of "::2".
Leased Time (hour) Set the preferred life time in hours of
client assigned addresses. A setting of -1
indicates an infinite lease.
Field Description
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Figure 31-35 IPv6 LAN statistics window
10 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-13 Set br1
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the LAN option from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> LAN window appears; see Figure 31-36.
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Figure 31-36 RGW -> LAN window
3 Configure the parameters for the LAN service.
Table 31-31 describes the fields to select for the LAN service.
Table 31-31 LAN IPv4 service parameters
Field Description
Configure the Broadband Router, !D
Address, and Subnet mask for LAN
interface
Select br1 from the drop-down menu
Setup -- IPv4:
!P Address Set static !P address if the DHCP Client is not be selected
Subnet mask Set subnet mask if the DHCP Client is not be selected
Enable DHCP Client Select, if wanted. !f enabled, the !P address of br0 will be
assigned automatically by DHCP server.
DHCP !P Address Show the DHCP !P address
DHCP Subnet Nask Show the DHCP subnet mask
Enable DHCP Server Select to enable DHCP server on LAN side
Start !P Address Set the first address to be assigned by the DHCP server on
the LAN interface. !t is used when Enable DHCP Server
field is selected.
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4 Click ApplyfSave to save selections.
5 Configure more parameters for the LAN service.
Table 31-32 describes the fields in the RGW -> LAN window but not part of the
Setup -- !Pv+ section.
Table 31-32 Additional LAN service parameters
6 Click Add or Remove to save selections.
The window with information configured in step S appears; see Figure 31-37.
End !P Address Set the last address to be assigned by the DHCP server on
the LAN interface. !t is used when Enable DHCP Server
field is selected.
Learned Time (hour) Set the lease time in seconds of client assigned addresses.
!t is used when Enable DHCP Server field is selected.
Field Description
Static !P Lease List (A maximum 32
entries can be configured)
Add or remove items from this list
Reserved !P Address List (A maximum 10
entries can be configured)
Add or remove items from this list
DHCP Leases DHCP Leases table list can not be added
or removed manually
Field Description
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Figure 31-37 LAN service window
7 Review the br1 service statistics.
The br1 service statistic window appears; see Figure 31-38.
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Figure 31-3S br1 service statistic window
S STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - DNS
Proxy
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including DNS proxy using a web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-14 Configuring DNS proxy
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the DNS Proxy option from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> DNS Proxy window appears; see Figure 31-39.
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Figure 31-39 DNS Proxy window
3 Configure the parameters for the DNS Proxy service.
Table 31-33 describes the fields to select for the DNS Proxy service.
Table 31-33 DNS Proxy service parameters
4 Click ApplyfSave to save selections.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - NAT
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including NAT using a web-based GUI.
Field Description
Host name of the Broadband Router Set host name of the CPE in the LAN
network
Domain name of the LAN network: Set domain name of the LAN network
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Procedure 31-15 Configuring NAT
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the NAT option from the RGW menu.
The NAT -> DNZ Host window appears; see Figure 31-+0.
Figure 31-40 DMZ Host window
3 Configure the parameters for the DNZ host.
Table 31-3+ describes the fields to set the DNZ.
Table 31-34 DMZ Host parameters
4 Click ApplyfSave to save selections.
5 Configure the virtual server or port triggering for the DNZ, as shown in
Figure 31-+0.
Field Description
DNZ Host !P Address Set !P address of DNZ host
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Table 31-3S describes the virtual server or port triggering fields in the DNZ Host
window.
Table 31-35 Additional LAN service parameters
6 Click Add or Remove to save your NAT setup.
7 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - Routing
rule
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including routing rule using a web-based GUI. You can select the default
gateway if the service type for this connection is either HSI or IPTV.
The following routing tasks can be performed using a GUI:
select a default gateway
add or remove static routes
add or remove a neighbor (supported by IPv6 only)
Procedure 31-16 Configuring a default gateway
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Routing rule and Default Gateway options from the RGW menu.
The Routing -- Default Gateway window appears; see Figure 31-+1.
Field Description
NAT -- virtual Servers Setup Add or remove items from this list
NAT -- Port Triggering Setup Add or remove items from this list
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Figure 31-41 Routing -- Default Gateway window
3 Configure the parameters for the Default Gateway.
Table 31-36 describes the fields to set the WAN interface.
Table 31-36 Default Gateway parameter
4 Click ApplyfSave to save selections.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-17 Configuring static routes
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Routing Rule and Route options from the RGW menu.
The Route table window appears; see Figure 31-+2.
Field Description
Selected WAN !nterface Support HS! or !PTv interface only
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Figure 31-42 Route table window
3 Configure the static route.
Table 31-37 describes the fields to set the static route.
Table 31-37 Routing rule parameter
4 Click Add or Remove to save your selections.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-1S Configuring an IP neighbor
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Routing Rule and Neighbor options from the RGW menu.
The !P Neighbor Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-+3.
Field Description
Static Route (A maximum 32 entries can
be configured)
Add or remove static route from the list.
Support HS! or !PTv interface only
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Figure 31-43 IP Neighbor Configuration window
3 Configure the !P Neighbor by clicking Add or Remove to add or delete a neighbor.
4 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - Firewall
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including creating firewalls using a web-based GUI. You can add or remove
outgoing IP filters or incoming IP filters if there is at least one WAN connection
which enables firewalls and the selected service type is either HSI or IPTV.
Procedure 31-19 Configuring user control
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Firewall and User Control options from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> Firewall -> User Control window appears; see Figure 31-++.
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Figure 31-44 RGW -> Firewall -> User Control window
3 Configure the parameters for the Firewall User Control interface.
Table 31-38 describes the fields to set the Firewall User Control interface.
Table 31-3S Firewall User Control interface parameters
Field Description
Outgoing !P Filtering Setup Set some outgoing !P filters if wanted. By
default, all outgoing !P traffic from LAN is
allowed, some !P traffic can be BLOCKED
by setting up outgoing !P filters.
br0 Outgoing !P Filtering Add or remove outgoing !P filters of br0
from list. Filters in "br0 Outgoing !P
Filtering" list only take effect on br0
interface.
br1 Outgoing !P Filtering Add or remove outgoing !P filters of br1
from list. Filters in "br1 Outgoing !P
Filtering" list only take effect on br1
interface.
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4 Click Add or Remove create filters.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - Parental
control
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including creating time restrictions and URL filters using a web-based GUI.
You can add or remove time restrictions or URL filters.
The following firewall tasks can be performed using a GUI:
add or remove time restrictions
add or remove URL filters
Procedure 31-20 Configuring time restrictions
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Parental Control and Time Restriction options from the RGW menu.
The Access Time Restriction window appears; see Figure 31-+S.
!ncoming !P Filtering Setup Set some incoming !P filters if wanted. !f
firewall is enabled on a WAN interface, all
incoming !P traffic from LAN is blocked,
but some !P traffic can be ACCEPTED by
setting up incoming !P filters.
ipoe_veip0.10+fveip0.1 !ncoming !P
Filtering
Add or remove incoming !P filters of
specific WAN interface from list. Filters in
list only take effect on correspondent
interface.
Field Description
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Figure 31-45 Access Time Restriction window
3 Configure the parameters for the time restrictions.
Table 31-39 describes the fields to set time restrictions.
Table 31-39 Time restriction parameter
4 Click Add or Remove create or remove time restrictions.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-21 Configuring URL filters
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Parental Control and URL Filter options from the RGW menu.
The URL Filter window appears; see Figure 31-+6.
Field Description
Access Time Restriction -- A maximum 16
entries can be configured
Add or remove access time restriction
entry from list. The "NAC Address" field
should set as NAC address of the PC on
LAN side. The traffic comes from the
restricted PC on LAN side can't be
transmitted in restricted time.
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Figure 31-46 URL Filter window
3 Configure the URL filter.
Table 31-+0 describes the fields to set the UFL filter.
Table 31-40 URL Filter parameters
4 Add or remove items from this list.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - MAC filter
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including adding and removing allowed MAC for br0 and br1 using a
web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-22 Configuring MAC filters
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the NAC Filter option from the RGW menu.
Field Options
URL List Type Allow or deny for accessing the specific
URL. !f "Exclude" is set, all the URL can
be accessed except the URL in below list.
!f "!nclude" is set, only the URL in below
list can be accessed.
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The RGW -> NAC filter window appears; see Figure 31-+7.
Figure 31-47 RGW -> MAC filter window
3 Click Add Allowed NAC Address to add a NAC filter.
The Add NAC Filter window appears; see Figure 31-+8.
Figure 31-4S Add MAC Filter window
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4 Configure the parameters for the new NAC filter.
Table 31-+1 describes the fields to set time restrictions.
Table 31-41 MAC filter parameters
5 Click Add to create a new NAC filter.
The RGW -> NAC Filter window reappears; see Figure 31-+9.
Figure 31-49 RGW -> MAC Filter window
6 Configure the parameters for the newly created NAC filter.
Table 31-+2 describes the fields to configure a br0 or br1 NAC filter.
Table 31-42 MAC filter parameters
7 Click ApplyfSave to save selections.
S STOP. This procedure is complete.
Field Options
Group Name Select br0 or br1 from the drop-down
menu
Allowed Nac Address Enter the NAC address
Field Options
br0 Allow NAC address Select eth0, eth1, eth2, eth3, or wifi_Ap
br1 Allow Nac Address Select wifi_Ap_guest
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Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - IP tunnel
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including adding and removing IPv4 or IPv6 IP tunnels using a web-based
GUI.
The following IP tunnel tasks can be performed using a GUI:
add or remove IPv6 in IPv4 tunnels
add or remove IPv4 in IPv6 tunnels
Procedure 31-23 Configuring IP tunnels
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the !P Tunnel and !Pv6 in !Pv+ option from the RGW menu.
The !P Tunnelling -- 6in+ Tunnel Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-S0.
Figure 31-50 IP Tunnelling - - 6in4 Tunnel Configuration window
3 Click Add or Remove an !Pv6 in !Pv+ tunnel configuration.
4 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
5 Select the !P Tunnel and !Pv+ in !Pv6option from the RGW menu.
The !P Tunnelling -- +in6 Tunnel Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-S1.
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Figure 31-51 IP Tunnelling - - 4in6 Tunnel Configuration window
6 Click Add or Remove an !Pv+ in !Pv6 tunnel configuration.
7 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - QoS
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including adding and removing QoS or modifying the status of QoS using a
web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-24 Configuring QoS
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the QoS option from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> QoS DSCP Narking Setup window appears; see Figure 31-S2.
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Figure 31-52 RGW -> QoS DSCP Marking Setup window
3 Click Add or Remove to create or delete rules.
Check the Remove checkboxes for all the rules you want to delete before clicking
Remove.
4 Click ApplyfSave to save your selections.
5 Set the DSCP and P-bit mapping table, as shown in Figure 31-S2.
Table 31-+3 describes the fields to set the DSCP and P-bit mapping table.
Table 31-43 QoS DSCP to P-bit parameters
6 Click ApplyfSave to save your selections.
7 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Field Options
DSCP A number from 00 to 63 for each DSCP
P-bit Select a P-bit number to associate with
the DSCP from the drop-down menu
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Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - IGMP
Proxy
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including setting the IGMP proxy parameters using a web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-25 Configuring IGMP proxy
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the !GNP Proxy option from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> !GNP Proxy window appears; see Figure 31-S3 showing the default
values.
Figure 31-53 RGW -> IGMP Proxy window
3 Configure the !GNP proxy by changing the default values.
Table 31-++ describes the fields for setting the !GNP proxy.
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Table 31-44 IGMP proxy parameters
4 Click ApplyfSave to save your selections.
5 Click Add or Remove to set the !GNP profile and Allowed Host !P address list, as
shown in Figure 31-S3.
6 Click Refresh or Reset to set the !nterface Statistic.
Table 31-+S describes the fields to configure the interface statistics.
Field Description
Default version Set !GNP protocol version. Support
version !GNPv2(value: 2) and
!GNPv3(value: 3) only.
Query !nterval Set query interval. "Query !nterval"
indicates the amount of time in seconds
between !GNP General Query sent to
client.
Query Response !nterval Set query response interval. "Query
Response !nterval" indicates max
response time advertised in general
queries (seconds).
Last Nember Query !nterval Set last member query response interval.
"Last Nember Query Response !nterval"
indicates max response time advertised
in specific queries (seconds).
Robustness value Set robustness value. "Robustness
value" means a way of indicating how
susceptible the subnet is to lost packets.
!GNP can recover from robustness
variable minus 1 lost !GNP packets.
Naximum Nulticast Groups Set maximum number of simultaneous
groups supported.
Naximum Nulticast Data Sources (for
!GNPv3: (1-2+)
Set maximum number of multicast data
sources.
Naximum Nulticast Group Nembers Set maximum number of reporters for a
group.
LAN to LAN (!ntra LAN) Nulticast Enable Set, if wanted. !f enabled (selected), the
PC on LAN side can be media server and
provides !PTv service for other PCs on
LAN side.
Enable allowed host Set, if wanted. Enable allowed host will
limits that only the hosts which match a
list of allowed host specified in "Allowed
Host !P Address List" (see below on this
page) can join group.
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Table 31-45 Interface Statistic parameters
7 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - WLAN
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including enabling or disabling scheduling and set active times using a
web-based GUI.
The following WLAN tasks can be performed using a GUI:
configure basic WLAN and WLAN security
configure WDS
configure WLAN scheduling
configure advanced WLAN
configuring Virtual Access Point
displaying Station information
Procedure 31-26 Configuring Basic WLAN and WLAN security
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select WLAN from the RGW menu.
3 Select BasicfSecurity from the WLAN menu.
The Basic window appears; see Figure 31-S+.
Field Options
eth0 Set v3 Report, v2 Join, v2 Leave, and
Drop
eth1 Set v3 Report, v2 Join, v2 Leave, and
Drop
eth2 Set v3 Report, v2 Join, v2 Leave, and
Drop
eth3 Set v3 Report, v2 Join, v2 Leave, and
Drop
wl0 Set v3 Report, v2 Join, v2 Leave, and
Drop
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Figure 31-54 Basic window
4 Enable or disable Wireless service by either selecting or clearing the Enable Wireless
radio button.
a To enable Wireless service, go to step S.
b To disable Wireless service, go to step 6.
5 Configure the RGW> WLAN> Basic section parameters.
Table 31-+6 describes the fields in the Basic section of the BasicfSecurity window.
Table 31-46 Basic parameters
Field Description
Enable wireless Select the radio button
SS!D Enter the SS!D
BSS!D Enable the BSS!D
Enable Wireless Guest Network Select the radio button
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6 Configure the RGW -> WLAN -> Security section parameters.
The RGW -> WLAN -> Security window; see Figure 31-SS.
Figure 31-55 RGW -> WLAN -> Security window
7 Set the Security parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-+7 describes the fields in the Security section of the window.
Table 31-47 Security parameters
Guest SS!D Enter the SS!D for the guest
Field Description
WPS Setup Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down menu
{1 of 2)
Field Description
{2 of 2)
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S Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
The WLAN received and transmitted statistics appear at the bottom of the window;
see Figure 31-S6.
Add Client (available only when
WPA-PSK, WPAZ PSK, or OPEN mode is
configured)
Select either Push-Button, Enter STA P!N, or Use AP P!N
before clicking Add Enrollee
Set WPS AP Node Select an opinion from the drop-down menu
Setup AP Enter a Device P!N
Manual Setup AP
Select SS!D Select the AP you want to change or see configuration
from the drop-down menu
Network Authentication Select Open or Close from the drop-down menu
WEP Encryption Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down menu
Field Description
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Figure 31-56 Statistics in the Security window
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Procedure 31-27 Configuring WDS
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select WLAN from the RGW menu.
3 Select WDS from the WLAN menu.
The Wireless -- WDS window appears; see Figure 31-S7.
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Figure 31-57 Wireless -- WDS window
4 Configure the WDS parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-+8 describes the fields in the Wireless -- WDS window.
Table 31-4S Wireless -- WDS parameters
5 Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
6 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-2S Configuring WLAN scheduling
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select WLAN from the RGW menu.
3 Select Scheduling from the WLAN menu.
The RGW -> WLAN -> Scheduling window appears; see Figure 31-S8.
Field Opinions
AP Node Select an opinion from the drop-down menu
Bridge Restrict Select Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down menu
Remote Bridges NAC Address Enable NAC address
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Figure 31-5S RGW -> WLAN -> Scheduling window
4 Configure the Scheduling parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-+9 describes the fields in the Wireless -- WDS window.
Table 31-49 RGW -> WLAN -> Scheduling parameters
5 Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
6 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-29 Configuring advanced WLAN
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select WLAN from the RGW menu.
3 Select Advanced from the WLAN menu.
Field Opinions
Enable Wireless Scheduling Select or de-select the radio button
Day Click on the days wanted for scheduling
Start Restriction Time Enter hours and minutes
End Restriction Time Enter hours and minutes
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The RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced window appears; see Figure 31-S9.
Figure 31-59 RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced window
4 Configure the Advanced parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-S0 describes the fields in the RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced window.
Table 31-50 RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced parameters
Field Opinions
Hide Access Point Select or de-select the radio button
Clients !solation Select or de-select the radio button
Disable WNN Advertise Select or de-select the radio button
Enable Wireless Nulticast Forwarding
(WNF)
Select or de-select the radio button
Country Select a country from the drop-down menu
Nax Clients Enter the maximum number of clients
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5 Configure the remaining Advanced parameters by entering information in the fields.
These parameters are shown in Figure 31-60.
Figure 31-60 RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced window
Table 31-S1 describes the fields in the RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced window.
Table 31-51 RGW -> WLAN -> Advanced parameters
Field Opinions
Band Select the frequency band from the drop-down menu.
Support 2.+GHz only.
Channel Select the working channel from the drop-down menu.
The channel is used as the channel on which the AP found
the network.
Auto Channel Timer (min) Show the auto channel timer
802.11nfEWC Enable 802.11nfEWC or not
Bandwidth Select the bandwidth from the drop-down menu.
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Control Sideband Select the control side band on the AP from the drop-down
menu
802.11n Rate Select the fixed rate for !EEE 802.1n standard on the AP
from the drop-down menu
802.11n Protection Enable 802.11n protection or not. !f the "Auto" is selected,
protection mechanisms will be used for !EEE 802.11n
standard.
Support 802.11n Client Only Enable Support 802.11n Client Only or not.
R!FS Advertisement Enable R!FS (Reduced !nter frame Space) Advertisement
or not.
OBSS Co-Existence Enable OBSS Co-Existence or not. !f enabled, BSS!Ds can
operate within the same frequency range.
RX Chain Power Save Enable RX chain power save mechanism or not
RX Chain Power Save Quest Time Enter RX Chain Power Save Quest Time
RX Chain Power Save PPS Enter RX Chain Power Save PPS
S+g Rate Select fixed rate for 802.11bfg from the drop-down menu
Nulticast Rate Select fixed multicast rate for 802.11bfg from the
drop-down menu.
Basic Rate Select an opinion from the drop-down menu
Fragmentation Threshold Enter the fragmentation threshold. Fragmentation
Threshold indicates the maximum frame size wireless
device can transmit without fragmenting the frame.
RTS Threshold Enter the RTS threshold. RTS Threshold indicates the RTS
(Request-to-send) packets are a mechanism used by the
802.11 wireless networking protocol which establish an
open communication to an AP or node.
DT!N !nterval Enter the DT!N interval. The AP is generated within the
periodic beacon at a frequency specified by the DT!N
!nterval.
Beacon !nterval Enter the Beacon interval. The Beacon !nterval indicates
the time interval between beacon transmissions.
Global Nax Clients Enter the global max clients. Global Nax Clients indicates
the maximum clients which can be associated with all APs
on this CPE.
XPress Technology Enable XPress Technology or not. Enable XPress
technology will achieve higher throughput by re-packaging
data, reducing the number of overhead control packets, so
that more useful data can be sent during a given amount
of time.
Transmit Power Select the transmit power from the drop-down menu.
Transmit power indicates the current transmit power level
as a percentage of full power.
WNN (Wi-Fi Nultimedia) Enable WNN or not
WNN No Acknowledgement Enable WNN No Acknowledgement or not
WNN APSD Enable WNN APSD or not
Field Opinions
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6 Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
7 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-30 Configuring Virtual Access Point
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select WLAN from the RGW menu.
3 Select virtual Access Point from the WLAN menu.
The RGW -> WLAN -> virtual Access Point window appears; see Figure 31-61.
Figure 31-61 RGW -> WLAN -> Virtual Access Point window
4 Configure the virtual Access Point parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-S2 describes the fields in the RGW -> WLAN -> virtual Access Point
window.
Table 31-52 RGW -> WLAN -> Virtual Access Point parameters
Field Description
Enabled Set to enable this virtual access point.
SS!D Set SS!D of this virtual access point.
Hidden Set, if wanted. !f set, the virtual access
point will not be found on network.
Disable WNN Advertise Set, if wanted.
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5 Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
6 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-31 Displaying Station information
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select WLAN from the RGW menu.
3 Select Station !nfo from the WLAN menu.
The Wireless -- Authentication Stations window appears; see Figure 31-62.
Figure 31-62 Wireless -- Authentication Stations window
4 Read the Wireless -- Authentication Stations parameters.
Table 31-S3 describes the fields in the RGW -> WLAN -> virtual Access Point
window.
Enable WNF Set, if wanted.
Nax Clients Set the maximum number of devices
which are associated with this virtual
access point.
BSS!D Show BSS!D of this virtual access point.
Field Description
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Table 31-53 Wireless -- Authentication Stations parameters
5 Click Refresh to update the information.
6 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - USB
device
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including viewing and configuring USB devices using a web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-32 Configuring USB devices
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select USB Device from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> USB Device window appears; see Figure 31-63.
Field Description
NAC Show the NAC of this associated device
Associated Show that whether this associated device
is associated or not currently
Authorized Show that whether this associated device
has authenticated or not
SS!D Show SS!D of current associated AP for
this associated device
!nterface Show interface name which indicates
current associated AP for this associated
device
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Figure 31-63 RGW -> USB Device window
3 Configure the USB device parameters.
Table 31-S+ describes the fields in the RGW -> USB Device window.
Table 31-54 RGW -> USB Device parameters
4 Click Add or Remove to save your changes.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - UPnP
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including enabling and disabling UPnP using a web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-33 Configuring UPnP
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select UPnP from the RGW menu.
Field Opinions
Storage service Select or de-select the radio button
USB Dongle Click on the days wanted for scheduling
Storage UserAccount Configuration Enter hours and minutes
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The UPnP Configuration window appears; see Figure 31-6+.
Figure 31-64 UPnP Configuration window
3 Select or deselect the Enable UPnP checkbox.
4 Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Residential Gateway {RGW) configuration - DLNA
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited configuration of RGW
service including enabling and disabling DLNA using a web-based GUI.
Procedure 31-34 Configuring DLNA
1 Select RGW from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select DLNA from the RGW menu.
The RGW -> DLNA window appears; see Figure 31-6S.
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Figure 31-65 RGW -> DLNA window
3 Select or deselect the Enable on-board digital media server checkbox.
4 Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported VoIP
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited retrieval of VoIP information
using a web-based GUI. The following status information can be retrieved using a
GUI:
Hook
SIP
Procedure 31-35 Hook status information retrieval
1 Select vo!P from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Hook Status option from the vo!P menu.
The vo!P -> Hook Status window appears; see Figure 31-66.
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Figure 31-66 VoIP -> Hook Status window
Table 31-SS describes the fields in the vo!P -> Hook Status window.
Table 31-55 VoIP -> Hook Status parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-36 SIP status information retrieval
1 Select vo!P from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the S!P Status option from the vo!P menu.
The vo!P -> S!P Status window appears; see Figure 31-67.
Field Options
Line !D1 On-hook or off-hook
Line !D2 On-hook or off-hook
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Figure 31-67 VoIP -> SIP Status window
Table 31-S6 describes the fields in the vo!P -> S!P Status window.
Table 31-56 VoIP -> SIP Status parameters
3 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Diagnosis
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited testing for diagnostic
information using a web-based GUI. The following tests can be performed using a
GUI:
Ping
Traceroute
Procedure 31-37 Ping test
1 Select Diagnosis from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Ping Test option from the Diagnosis menu.
The Diagnosis -> Ping Test window appears; see Figure 31-68.
Field Description
!P address Show !P address of client
Line !D1 Show current status of Line !D1
Line !D2 Show current status of Line !D2
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Figure 31-6S Diagnosis -> Ping Test window
Table 31-SS describes the fields in the Diagnosis -> Ping Test window.
Table 31-57 Diagnosis -> Ping Test parameters
3 Enter the required information in the fields.
4 Click Apply.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-3S Traceroute test
1 Select Diagnosis from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement System
window.
2 Select the Traceroute Test option from the Diagnosis menu.
The Diagnosis -> Traceroute Test window appears; see Figure 31-69.
Field Description
Destination !P Address (!Pv+) Enter the !Pv+ !P address of the host to
ping
Destination !P Address (!Pv6) Enter the !Pv6 !P address of the host to
ping
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Figure 31-69 Diagnosis -> Traceroute Test window
Table 31-S8 describes the fields in the Diagnosis -> Traceroute Test window.
Table 31-5S Diagnosis -> Traceroute Test parameters
3 Enter the required information in the fields.
4 Click Apply.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Supported Management
I-240W-S and I-241W-S indoor ONTs support limited management using a
web-based GUI. The following type of management tasks can be performed using a
GUI:
System
Setting
System log
Update software
Field Description
Destination !P Address (!Pv+) Enter the !Pv+ !P address of the host to
which you want to find a route
Destination !P Address (!Pv6) Enter the !Pv6 !P address of the host to
which you want to find a route
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Access control
Reboot
Procedure 31-39 Configure System management
1 Select Nanagement from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the System option from the Nanagement menu.
The Nanagement -> System window appears; see Figure 31-70.
Figure 31-70 Management -> System window
3 Configure the Nanagement -> System parameter by entering information in the
field.
Table 31-S9 describes the field in the Nanagement -> System window.
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Table 31-59 Management -> System parameter
4 Set the parameters for the TR-06+ and TR-069 services.
The TR-06+ and TR-069 parameters are shown in Figure 31-71.
Figure 31-71 TR-064 and TR-069 parameters window
i Set the parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-60 describes the fields in the TR-06+ and TR-069 section of the
Nanagement -> System window.
Field Description
web timeout (min) Set the timeout (in minutes) for WEB
login. After a timeout, the user has to
re-login.
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Table 31-60 TR-064 and TR-069 parameters
ii Click ApplyfSave.
5 Set the parameters for the NTP service.
The Nanagement -> NTP parameters are shown in Figure 31-72.
Field Description
TR-064
TR-06+ username Enter your username
TR-06+ password Enter your password
TR-069
!nform Select the Enable radio button
!nform !nterval Set the interval duration
TR-069 ACS url URL for the TR-069 Auto Configuration Server
TR-069 ACS username Enter your TR-069 Auto Configuration Server username
TR-069 ACS password Enter your TR-069 Auto Configuration Server password
Connection Request Authentication Select the radio button
TR-069 Connection User Name Enter your TR-069 connection username
TR-069 Connection Password Enter your TR-069 connection password
TR-069 Connection URL URL for the TR-069 connection
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Figure 31-72 Management -> NTP parameters window
i Set the parameters by entering information in the fields.
Table 31-61 describes the fields in the NTP section of the Nanagement ->
System window.
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Table 31-61 Management -> System parameters
ii Click ApplyfSave to save your changes.
6 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-40 Configure Setting management
1 Select Nanagement from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the Setting option from the Nanagement menu.
The Nanagement -> Setting window appears; see Figure 31-73.
Field Options
Automatic synchronize with !nternet
timer servers
Select or deselect the checkbox
First NTP timer server Select an opinion from the drop-down
menu
Second NTP timer server Select an opinion from the drop-down
menu
Third NTP timer server Select an opinion from the drop-down
menu
Fourth NTP timer server Select an opinion from the drop-down
menu
Fifth NTP timer server Select an opinion from the drop-down
menu
Timezone offset Select an opinion from the drop-down
menu
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Figure 31-73 Management -> Setting window
Table 31-62 describes the fields in the Setting -> Backup section of the
Nanagement -> Setting window.
Table 31-62 Setting -> Backup parameters
3 Configure the parameters in the Setting -> Backup section of the Nanagement ->
Setting window.
4 Configure the TR-069 parameters in the Nanagement -> Setting window.
The TR-069 parameter is shown in Figure 31-7+.
Field Options
Settings - Backup
Backup Broadband Router configuration Click Backup Settings
Tools -- Update Settings
Setting File Name Enter or search for a file name. Click
Update Settings.
Tools Restore Default Settings
Restore Broadband Router settings to
the factory defaults
Click Restore Default Settings
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Figure 31-74 TR-069 parameter window
5 Configure the trusted CA (Certification Authority) for TR-069 management by
clicking !mport Certificate.
6 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-41 Configure System log
1 Select Nanagement from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the System Log option from the Nanagement menu.
The Nanagement -> System Log window appears; see Figure 31-7S.
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Figure 31-75 Management -> System Log window
3 Click either view System Log or Configure System Log.
4 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-42 Update Software
1 Select Nanagement from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the Update SW option from the Nanagement menu.
The Nanagement -> Update SW window appears; see Figure 31-76.
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Figure 31-76 Management -> Update SW window
3 Enter or search for a software file name.
4 Click Update Software.
5 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-43 Configure Access control
1 Select Nanagement from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the Access Control option from the Nanagement menu.
The Nanagement -> Access Control window appears; see Figure 31-77.
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Figure 31-77 Management -> Access Control window
Table 31-63 describes the fields in the Nanagement -> Access Control window.
Table 31-63 Management -> Access Control parameters
3 Enter user name and password inform.
4 Click ApplyfSave.
5 Configure the temp WAN parameters in the Nanagement -> Access Control window.
The Nanagement -> temp WAN parameter is shown in Figure 31-78.
Field Description
User Name Enter the user name to change the
password. The user name should be
either "admin", "tech", or "user".
Old Password Enter current password of the user
New Password Enter the new password with which you
want to the replace the current password
Confirm Password Enter the new password again
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Figure 31-7S temp WAN parameter window
6 Select or deselect Temporary WAN connection.
7 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 31-44 Reboot
1 Select Nanagement from the top-level menu in the GPON Web-Nanagement
System window.
2 Select the Reboot option from the Nanagement menu.
The Nanagement -> Reboot window appears; see Figure 31-79.
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Figure 31-79 Management -> Reboot window
3 Click Reboot.
4 STOP. This procedure is complete.
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NTP 172 Install an I-240W-S or
I-241W-S indoor ONT
Purpose
This NTP provides the steps to install an !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT.
General
The DLPs listed in this NTP describe mounting and cabling for !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S
indoor ONTs.
Prerequisites
See the listed DLPs for prerequisites.
Recommended tools
You need the following tools for the installation:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
1f+ in. (6 mm) flat blade screwdriver
wire strippers
fiber optic splicing tools
RJ-+S cable plug crimp tool
voltmeter or multimeter
optical power meter
drill and drill bits
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Safety information
Read the following safety information before installing the unit.
Procedure
Use this procedure to install an !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT.
1 Prepare the cables at the site where the ONT will be installed (DLP 100).
2 Are any of the cables missing?
a !f yes, go to step 3.
b !f no, go to step +.
3 Locate each missing cable and route them to the ONT as per local practices.
4 Place the indoor ONT unit:
a On the flat surface, such as a desk.
i Wrap the excess optic cable inside the fiber storage tray.
ii Attach the fiber storage tray to the ONT.
0anger 1 - Contact the local utility company before you connect the
enclosure to the utilities.
0anger 2 - Observe the local and national laws and regulations that
may be applicable to this installation.
Warning - This equipment is ESD sensitive. Proper ESD protections
should be used when removing the fiber access cover of the indoor ONT.
Caution - Keep indoor ONTs out of direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure
to direct sunlight can damage the unit.
Note - Observe the following:
The indoor ONT should be installed in accordance with the applicable
requirements of the NEC or CEC. Local authorities and practices take
precedent when there is conflict between the local standard and the
NEC or CEC.
The indoor ONT must be installed by qualified service personnel.
!ndoor ONTs must be installed with cables that are suitably rated and
listed for indoor use.
See the detailed specifications in the !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S unit
data sheet for the temperature ranges for these ONTs.
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iii Place the ONT on the flat surface, horizontally resting on its four feet.
iv Go to step S.
b On a wall (DLP 122).
5 Review the connection locations as shown in Figures NTP 172-1 and NTP 172-2.
Figure NTP 172-1: I-240W-S indoor ONT connections
Figure NTP 172-2: I-241W-S indoor ONT connections
See Figures NTP 172-3 and NTP 172-+ for the location of the USB ports on the
!-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S indoor ONTs.
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O
USB
ports
Wi-Fi
Protected
Service button
Reset
button
POTS
ports
(RJ-11)
Ethernet
ports
(RJ-45)
Fiber
optic
connector
Power
connector
Power
on/off
switch
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Wi-Fi
Protected
Service button
Reset
button
POTS
ports
(RJ-11)
Ethernet
ports
(RJ-45)
Fiber
optic
connector
Power
connector
Power
on/off
switch
F-type
coaxial
connector
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Figure NTP 172-3: I-240W-S indoor ONT connections {USB host port)
Figure NTP 172-4: I-241W-S indoor ONT connections {USB host port)
6 Connect the Ethernet cables to the RJ-+S ports (DLP 101).
7 Connect the POTS cables to the RJ-11 ports (DLP 123).
S For the !-2+1W-S indoor ONT only, connect the coaxial cable to the F-Type
connector (DLP 116).
9 Connect the SCfAPC fiber optic cable (DLP 12S).
10 !nstall the power supply according to manufacturer specifications.
11 Connect the power cable with an 8-pin Nolex connector to the power supply.
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Warning - Be careful to maintain a bend radius of no less than 1.S
inches (3.8 cm) when connecting the fiber optic cable. Too small of a
bend radius in the cable can result in damage to the optic fiber.
USB port
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12 Connect the power cable with an 8-pin Nolex connector to the ONT unit.
Figure NTP 172-5: Molex S-pin connector
13 Power up the ONT unit by using the onfoff power switch.
14 !f used, enable the Wi-Fi service, as described in Web-based ONT configuration.
15 verify the ONT LEDs, voltage status, and optical signal levels (DLP 127).
16 Activate and test the services (DLP 128).
17 !f used, configure the SL!D (DLP 129).
1S !f necessary, reset the ONT (DLP 126).
19 STOP. This procedure is complete.
Warning - To avoid the possibility of damage to the pins on the power
cable connector, carefully align the pins on the connector on the cable
with the pin holes in the power connector on the ONT before making the
connection.
Note - Observe the following:
Only Pins 1, 2, and 7 in the Nolex connector pin arrangement shown
in Figure NTP 172-S are used with !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S indoor
ONTs.
Pin 2 Pin 8
Pin 1 Pin 3 Pin 7
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NTP 173 Replace an I-240W-S or
I-241W-S indoor ONT
Purpose
This NTP provides the steps to replace an !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT.
General
The DLPs listed in this NTP describe mounting and cabling for !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S
indoor ONTs.
Prerequisites
See the listed DLPs for prerequisites.
Recommended tools
You need the following tools for replacing the ONT:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
1f+ in. (6 mm) flat blade screwdriver
wire strippers
fiber optic splicing tools
RJ-+S cable plug crimp tool
voltmeter or multimeter
optical power meter
drill and drill bits
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Safety information
Read the following safety information before replacing the unit.
Procedure
Use this procedure to replace an !-2+0W-S or !-2+1W-S indoor ONT.
1 Deactivate the ONT services (DLP 131). !f you are using the SL!D feature, this step
is not required. The ONT and the services can remain in service (!S).
2 !f used, disable the Wi-Fi service, as described in Web-based ONT configuration.
3 Power down the unit by using the onfoff power switch; see Figures NTP 173-1
and NTP 173-2 for the location of the power button on !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S
ONTs.
4 Disconnect the POTS, Ethernet and power and coaxial cables (DLP 132) as well as
fiber optic cables (DLP 133) from the ONT; see Figures NTP 173-1 and NTP 173-2
for the connector locations on !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S indoor ONTs.
0anger 1 - Contact the local utility company before you connect the
enclosure to the utilities.
0anger 2 - Observe the local and national laws and regulations that
may be applicable to this installation.
Warning - This equipment is ESD sensitive. Proper ESD protections
should be used when removing the fiber access cover of the indoor ONT.
Caution - Keep indoor ONTs out of direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure
to direct sunlight can damage the unit.
Note - Observe the following:
The indoor ONT should be installed in accordance with the applicable
requirements of the NEC or CEC. Local authorities and practices take
precedent when there is conflict between the local standard and the
NEC or CEC.
The indoor ONT must be installed by qualified service personnel.
!ndoor ONTs must be installed with cables that are suitably rated and
listed for indoor use.
See the detailed specifications in the !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S unit
data sheet for the ONT temperature ranges for these ONTs.
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Figure NTP 173-1: I-240W-S ONT connections
Figure NTP 173-2: I-241W-S ONT connections
See Figures NTP 173-3 and NTP 173-+ for the locations of the USB ports on
!-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S indoor ONTs.
I
O
USB
ports
Wi-Fi
Protected
Service button
Reset
button
POTS
ports
(RJ-11)
Ethernet
ports
(RJ-45)
Fiber
optic
connector
Power
connector
Power
on/off
switch
22435
Wi-Fi
Protected
Service button
Reset
button
POTS
ports
(RJ-11)
Ethernet
ports
(RJ-45)
Fiber
optic
connector
Power
connector
Power
on/off
switch
F-type
coaxial
connector
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Figure NTP 173-3: I-240W-S indoor ONT connections {USB host port)
Figure NTP 173-4: I-241W-S indoor ONT connections {USB host port)
5 Replace the ONT with a new unit:
a On a flat surface, such as a desk, substitute a replacement ONT for the old
ONT; go to step 6.
b On a wall.
i Slide the old ONT off of the mounting screws until the ONT is free of the
wall.
ii Slide the wall mount holes on the ONT enclosure or fiber storage tray of
the new ONT over the mounting screws until it is securely seated.
6 Connect the Ethernet cables to the RJ-+S ports (DLP 101).
7 Connect the POTS cables to the RJ-11 ports (DLP 123).
S For the !-2+1W-S indoor ONT only, connect the coaxial cable to the F-Type
connector (DLP 116).
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9 !f required, have approved service personnel who are trained to work with optic
fiber clean the fiber optic connection. See DLP 13+ for more information about fiber
optic handling, inspection, and cleaning.
10 Connect the SCfAPC fiber optic cable (DLP 12S).
11 !nstall the power supply according to manufacturer specifications.
12 Connect the power cable with an 8-pin Nolex connector to the power supply.
13 Connect the power cable with an 8-pin Nolex connector to the ONT unit.
Figure NTP 173-5: Molex S-pin connector
14 Power up the unit by using the onfoff power switch.
15 !f used, enable the Wi-Fi service, as described in Web-based ONT configuration.
16 !f used, configure the SL!D (DLP 6).
0anger - Fiber optic cables transmit invisible laser light. To avoid eye
damage or blindness, never look directly into fibers, connectors, or
adapters.
Warning - Be careful to maintain a bend radius of no less than 1.S
inches (3.8 cm) when connecting the fiber optic cable. Too small of a
bend radius in the cable can result in damage to the optic fiber.
Warning - To avoid the possibility of damage to the pins on the power
cable connector, carefully align the pins on the connector on the cable
with the pin holes in the power connector on the ONT before making the
connection.
Note - Observe the following:
Only Pins 1, 2, and 7 in the Nolex connector arrangement shown in
Figure NTP 173-S are used with the !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S indoor
ONT.
Note - A new SL!D or the old SL!D may be used with the replacement
ONT. !f a new SL!D is used, the new SL!D must also be programmed at
the P-OLT using TL1 or a network manager. !f the old SL!D is used, no
changes need to be made at the P-OLT; see the operations and
maintenance documentation for the OLT for more details.
Pin 2 Pin 8
Pin 1 Pin 3 Pin 7
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17 verify the ONT LEDs, voltage status, and optical signal levels (DLP 127).
1S Activate and test the services (DLP 128).
19 !f necessary, reset the ONT (DLP 126).
20 STOP. This procedure is complete.
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NTP 174 Configure an I-240W-S or
I-241W-S ONT
General
Please refer to the OLT Operations and Naintenance using TL1 and CL! guide for the
software configuration procedure for !-2+0W-S and !-2+1W-S indoor ONTs.
For HTTP configuration procedures, please refer to chapter 6, ONT management using
an ONT interface.
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