2N Wireless 3G router 2N EasyRoute_new design - User manual, 1670 v1.06 User Manual

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2N® EasyRoute

UMTS Data and Voice Gateway

User Manual

Version

1.06

www.2n.cz

The 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. joint-stock company is a Czech manufacturer and supplier of telecommunications equipment.

The product family developed by 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. includes GSM gateways, private branch exchanges (PBX), and door and lift communicators. 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. has been ranked among the Czech top companies for years and represented a symbol of stability and prosperity on the telecommunications market for almost two decades. At present, we export our products into over 120 countries worldwide and have exclusive distributors on all continents.

2N® is a registered trademark of 2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s.. Any product and/or other names mentioned herein are registered trademarks and/or trademarks or brands protected by law.

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE administers the FAQ database to help you quickly find information and to answer your questions about 2N products and services. On faq.2n.cz you can find information regarding products adjustment and instructions for optimum use and procedures „What to do if...“.

Declaration of Conformity

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE a.s. hereby declares that the 2N® EasyRoute product complies with all basic requirements and other relevant provisions of the 1999/5/EC directive. For the full wording of the Declaration of Conformity see the CD-ROM enclosed and at www.2n.cz.

2N TELEKOMUNIKACE is the holder of the ISO 9001:2000 certificate. All development, production and distribution processes of the company are managed by this standard and guarantee a high quality, technical level and professional aspect of all our products.

Table of Contents

1. Product Overview...............................................................

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1.1

Product Description .......................................................................................................

8

 

Basic Features..................................................................................................................

8

 

Advantages of 2N® EasyRoute Use .................................................................................

8

 

Safety Precautions ...........................................................................................................

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1.2

Changes in Documentation.........................................................................................

11

1.3

Terms and Symbols Used ...........................................................................................

12

 

Symbols in Manual .........................................................................................................

12

 

Future Functions.............................................................................................................

12

2.

Description and Installation ............................................

13

 

2.1

Description....................................................................................................................

14

 

2.2

Before You Start ...........................................................................................................

15

 

 

Product Completeness Check........................................................................................

15

 

2.3

Mounting .......................................................................................................................

16

 

 

External Antenna Connection.........................................................................................

16

 

 

SIM Card Installation ......................................................................................................

16

 

 

Power Supply .................................................................................................................

17

 

2.4

Telephone Line Connection ........................................................................................

18

 

 

PBX Connection .............................................................................................................

18

 

 

Telephone Set (Answering Machine, Coin Telephone Station, Fax) Connection ..........

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3.

2N® EasyRoute Configuration.........................................

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3.1

2N® EasyRoute Configuration......................................................................................

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PC Connection ...............................................................................................................

20

 

3.2

Table of Programmable Parameters...........................................................................

22

 

 

Basic Controls ................................................................................................................

22

 

 

STATUS Menu ...............................................................................................................

24

 

 

WIZARD Menu ...............................................................................................................

27

 

 

CALLS Menu ..................................................................................................................

29

 

 

SMS Menu......................................................................................................................

30

 

 

SETUP Menu > Cellular .................................................................................................

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SETUP Menu > Telephony ............................................................................................

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SETUP Menu > Hotspot .................................................................................................

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SETUP Menu > Network ................................................................................................

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SETUP Menu > Services................................................................................................

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SETUP Menu > System .................................................................................................

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4.

Function and Use .............................................................

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4.1

Voice Function..............................................................................................................

84

 

Outgoing Call..................................................................................................................

84

 

Incoming Call..................................................................................................................

84

 

Automatic Call (BabyCall) ..............................................................................................

84

 

16 or 12 kHz Tariff Pulses ..............................................................................................

85

4.2

Ethernet Switch and WiFi Interface ............................................................................

86

 

Static Network Configuration..........................................................................................

86

 

Dynamic Network Assignment .......................................................................................

86

 

Combination of Static and Dynamic IP Address Assignment ........................................

86

 

WiFi Interface .................................................................................................................

86

 

4.3

SIM Card PIN Protection ..............................................................................................

87

 

 

Web Interface PIN Entering............................................................................................

87

 

 

Automatic PIN Entering ..................................................................................................

87

 

4.4

FAX - ERF ......................................................................................................................

88

 

 

Outgoing FAX .................................................................................................................

88

 

 

Incoming FAX .................................................................................................................

89

5.

Technical Parameters ......................................................

91

 

5.1

Technical Parameters ..................................................................................................

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GSM ...............................................................................................................................

92

 

 

Power Supply .................................................................................................................

93

 

 

Phone Interface – basic version (ER) ............................................................................

93

 

 

Phone Interface – fax version (ERF) ..............................................................................

93

 

 

Ethernet Switch ..............................................................................................................

94

 

 

WiFi ................................................................................................................................

94

 

 

Others.............................................................................................................................

94

6.

Supplementary Information ............................................

95

 

6.1

Directives, Laws and Regulations ..............................................................................

96

 

6.2

Troubleshooting ...........................................................................................................

97

 

6.3

List of Abbreviations....................................................................................................

98

 

6.4

General Instructions and Cautions ............................................................................

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Electric Waste and Used Battery Pack Handling .........................................................

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1 1. Product

Overview

In this section, we introduce the 2N® EasyRoute product, outline its application options and highlight the advantages following from its use. This chapter also includes safety instructions.

Here is what you can find in this section:

Product Description

Changes in Documentation

Terms and Symbols Used

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Product Description

 

1.1

 

 

 

1.1 Product Description

The 2N® EasyRoute GSM/UMTS gateway is a new product, which has been developed and manufactured to provide the maximum utility value, quality and reliability. We hope you will be fully satisfied with 2N® EasyRoute for a long time. Therefore, use your 2N® EasyRoute for purposes it has been designed and manufactured for, in accordance herewith.

2N® EasyRoute is available in two basic versions with different hardware capacities. The basic version is designed for Internet connection and UMTS/GSM calls. The FAX version, in addition, supports VoIP voice transmission and VoIP FAX transmission using the T.38 protocol. The parameters are distinguished as follows.

The 2N® EasyRoute basic version parameters are designated as ER.

The 2N® EasyRoute FAX version parameters are designated as ERF (VoIP).

Tip

You can identify your gateway easily: A gateway that enables FAX and VoIP calls is an ERF version.

To make sure, select the SETUP > Telephony menu. If the menu includes the SIP and FAX submenus, your gateway is ERF. If not, it is ER.

Basic Features

2N® EasyRoute combines the support of a circuit switched telephone network interface (FXO), Fast Ethernet switch and WiFi network support.

2N® EasyRoute provides a continuous broadband Internet connection for multiple users via the Fast Ethernet switch or the 2N® EasyRoute WiFi network.

Advantages of 2N® EasyRoute Use

Fast data connection

2N® EasyRoute transmits data using the high speed HSDPA connection (up to 7.2 Mbps).

Call cost cutting

Forwarding GSM calls to 2N® EasyRoute saves a lot on PSTN – GSM calls.

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1.1

 

 

 

Easy installation

2N® EasyRoute is ready for immediate use without programming.

You get all you need in the delivery

Your 2N® EasyRoute delivery contains all you need to operate the system (power supply adapter, telephone cable, Ethernet cable, antenna, CD manual).

A solution for sites without telephone lines

2N® EasyRoute is a perfect solution for such sites as exhibition halls, mountain chalets, conference rooms, etc.

CLIP

2N® EasyRoute is equipped with the Calling line identification presentation (CLIP) feature, so if a terminal capable of receiving the CLIP is used you know the caller‘s number.

Radiation hazard minimisation

Unlike mobile phones, 2N® EasyRoute does not expose you to direct antenna RF electromagnetic field radiation while telephoning.

Full GSM/UMTS coverage

2N® EasyRoute supports all GSM bands (1900, 1800, 900, 850MHz). EasyRoute is available in version for all used UMTS bands (2100 1900, 900, 850MHz).

Fast Ethernet switch

2N® EasyRoute provides a 4-port Fast Ethernet switch for you to connect all the required devices (using an external switch for a larger port extension).

WiFi

2N® EasyRoute helps you connect a PC and other devices using the WiFi 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz interface. The 802.11a/b/g standards and maximum transmission rate of 54 Mbps are supported.

VoIP – fax version (ERF)

2N® EasyRoute enables directing calls from devices, connected to FXS port, into VoIP network.

FAX – fax version (ERF)

2N® EasyRoute provides an option to send FAX messages using the T.38 protocol. All FAX messages are routed to the VoIP network.

Safety Precautions

Do not switch on 2N® EasyRoute in the vicinity of medical apparatuses to avoid interference. The minimum distance of the antenna and pacemakers should be 0.5m.

Do not switch on 2N® EasyRoute aboard of a plane.

Do not switch on 2N® EasyRoute near petrol stations, chemical facilities or sites where explosives are used.

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Product Description

 

1.1

 

 

 

Any mobile telephone use prohibition based on RF energy radiation applies to 2N® EasyRoute too.

2N® EasyRoute may disturb the function of TV sets, radio sets and PCs.

Warning! 2N® EasyRoute contains components that may be swallowed by small children (SIM card, antenna, etc.).

The voltage value mentioned on the adapter may not be exceeded. If you connect 2N® EasyRoute to another power supply, make sure that the voltage value is in the acceptable range.

When your 2N® EasyRoute comes to the end of its operational life, dispose of it in accordance with applicable regulations.

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Changes in Documentation

 

1.2

 

 

 

1.2 Changes in Documentation

The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the product in order to improve its qualities.

Manual Changes version

1.06The User Manual applies to FW Version 2.02. (IPsec, PPPoE)

Caution

The manufacturer is committed to meeting customers’ requirements by improving the firmware. For the latest 2N® EasyRoute processor firmware and the User Manual see www.2n.cz.

For a detailed description of the 2N® EasyRoute firmware upgrade refer to the chapter devoted to the 2N® EasyRoute settings.

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Terms and Symbols Used

 

1.3

 

 

 

1.3 Terms and Symbols Used

Symbols in Manual

Safety Warning

Always abide by this information to prevent injury of persons.

Warning

Always abide by this information to prevent damage to the device.

Caution

Important information for system functionality.

Tip

Useful advice for quick and efficient functionality.

Note

Routines or advice for efficient use of the device.

Future Functions

The grey-marked text in this document designates the 2N® EasyRoute functions that are under preparation or development at present.

Caution

In future, ERF will be replaced with VoIP in the FAX version name. Thus, the FAX version will be designated as 2N® EasyRoute VoIP!

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2.

Description and

 

 

 

Installation

 

 

 

 

 

This section describes the 2N® EasyRoute product and its installation.

Here is what you can find in this section:

Description

Before You Start

Mounting

Telephone Line Connection

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Description 2.1

2.1 Description

2N® EasyRoute consists of a plastic-encased GSM/UMTS gateway, removable antenna and telephone network/LAN connecting cables.

The 2N® EasyRoute status is indicated by the LED on its front side. All possible states are described in the following figure.

Figure 2.1

2N® EasyRoute

LED Indicators

Figure 2.2

2N® EasyRoute

Connectors

Power Supply

Blue light

Power supply is

 

connected.

No light

Power supply is not

 

connected.

GSM

Yellow flashing

Network is active. *)

Yellow, no light

Network is inactive.

WiFi network

 

 

 

Green flashing

WiFi network is active. *)

Green, no light

Network is inactive.

*) The LED lighting time depends on the data traffic intensity:

short flash …active network, low traffic; up to 1s flash …peak network data traffic.

Telephone line

No light

Standby (relax, on-hook)

Quick flashing

Off-hook or ringing

Light

Active call

Signal

 

 

 

Blue light

Recieving GSM/UMTS

 

signal

Progressive flashing

No signal

Restart

Power supply

Telephone

SIM card

Four-port

(Reset)

connector

line

connector

Fast-Ethernet

button

(2.1 mm DC jack)

connector

with lock

switch (RJ45)

 

 

(RJ 12, 6/2)

 

 

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Before You Start

 

2.2

 

 

 

2.2 Before You Start

Product Completeness Check

Please check the product for completeness before installation. The package should include the following pieces:

2N® EasyRoute

1 GSM+UMTS antenna

1 supply adapter

1 telephone cable

1 network cable (Fast Ethernet RJ45)

Quick Start Manual

CD containing User Manual and other information

Installation Requirements

2N® EasyRoute is designed for vertical mounting on suspension holes (use the

included template for wall drilling). This position is the best for signal reception because a vertical antenna is used. 2N® EasyRoute can be operated in the horizontal position too where the GSM signal is good.

Install 2N® EasyRoute with respect to the GSM signal strength – check the signal strength using the 2N® EasyRoute web interface.

Place 2N® EasyRoute out of range of sensitive devices and human bodies to minimize electromagnetic interference.

For the allowed range of operating temperatures refer to the Technical Parameters chapter.

It is impossible to operate 2N® EasyRoute on sites exposed to direct solar radiation or near heat sources.

2N® EasyRoute is designed for indoor use. It may not be exposed to rain, flowing water, condensed moisture, fog, etc.

2N® EasyRoute may not be exposed to aggressive gas, acid vapours, solvents, etc.

2N® EasyRoute is not designed for environments with high vibrations such as means of transport, machine rooms, etc.

Caution

Make sure that you are provided with all necessary technical devices – SIM with UMTS data connection support, an analogue telephone set or a PBX with a free external analogue interface (FXO), a PC, or a fax machine (for

ERF).

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Mounting 2.3

2.3 Mounting

External Antenna Connection

Screw the antenna included in the package into the SMA antenna connector.

Caution

Tighten the antenna connector gently by hand – never use wrenches!

Note

The antenna has a sufficient gain for a trouble-free operation in normal

conditions. If the GSM signal is poor or you want to place your antenna separately from 2N® EasyRoute, you can use an antenna with an SMAconnector terminated cable (not included). The antenna should be mounted vertically.

The antenna should be located within the same building as 2N® EasyRoute.

SIM Card Installation

Release the safety pin and open the SIM cardholder on the 2N® EasyRoute backside. Insert the SIM card and click the holder back into position.

Figure 2.3

SIM Card

Installation

Cautions

Make sure that your GSM provider’s SIM card is compatible with the GSM network supported by your 2N® EasyRoute version.

Select the required GSM provider and SIM card services, such as call

forwarding, call barring, preferred networks, SMS centre, etc. in your mobile phone before inserting your SIM card in 2N® EasyRoute.

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Mounting 2.3

Power Supply

2N® EasyRoute is fed with 10–16V DC. Where a source other than the included power supply adapter is used, the voltage range and polarity shown on the 2N® EasyRoute power supply connector have to be maintained

Warning

Do not connect the power supply until the antenna is connected to 2N® EasyRoute to avoid the GSM/UMTS module damage.

Restart (Reset) Button

The restart (reset) button is located to the left of the 2N® EasyRoute power supply plug. When pressed shortly, it restarts 2N® EasyRoute. When pushed longer (10 s at least), it resets 2N® EasyRoute to default values (factory setup).

Tip

You will find the default value setting useful, for example, when you forget the password or the gateway IP address for your web interface access.

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Telephone Line Connection

 

2.4

 

 

 

2.4 Telephone Line Connection

PBX Connection

Connect 2N® EasyRoute to a vacant CO line of your PBX. Configure your PBX in such a manner that UMTS and GSM (VoIP for EFR) outgoing calls are routed to

2N® EasyRoute.

Tip

2N® EasyRoute - ER is equipped with the FSK-based CLIP function. If your

PBX is able to process the caller’s ID, you are advised to enable this function.

2N® EasyRoute - ERF is equipped with an FSK/DTMF-based Calling Line Identification (CLIP) function.

Telephone Set (Answering Machine,

Coin Telephone Station, Fax) Connection

You can connect a standard telephone, an answering machine or any other FXOinterface terminal to 2N® EasyRoute.

In addition to the above mentioned devices, you can connect an analogue FXOequipped fax machine to your 2N® EasyRoute - ERF.

Tip

2N® EasyRoute - ER is equipped with the FSK-based CLIP function. If your

PBX is able to process the caller’s ID, you are advised to enable this function.

2N® EasyRoute - ERF is equipped with an FSK/DTMF-based Calling Line Identification (CLIP) function.

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3.

2N® EasyRoute

 

 

 

Configuration

 

 

 

 

 

This section describes configuration of the 2N® EasyRoute product.

Here is what you can find in this section:

2N® EasyRoute Configuration

Table of Programmable Parameters

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2N® EasyRoute Configuration

 

3.1

 

 

 

3.1 2N® EasyRoute Configuration

2N® EasyRoute is configured via a user-friendly network web interface. 2N® EasyRoute is factory set to make administration as easy as possible.

PC Connection

You have received a Fast Ethernet cable for PC connection. The DHCP server is active in the gateway and assigns your PC an IP address ranging from 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.200 by default. When your 2N® EasyRoute gets connected to the PC and reads the IP address, enter the IP address 192.168.1.1 into your web browser to get access to the 2N® EasyRoute web interface for configuration. The following login dialogue is displayed.

To enter the web interface enter the correct username and password. The default values for the Administrator are as follows:

Initial username:

Admin

Password:

2n

The Administrator has full access to all device settings except for the Operator password.

The default values for operator are as follows:

Initial username:

Operator

Password:

2n

The Operator is qualified to operate the time limited connection system – Hotspot. The Operator has access to the following menus only:

Hotspot > Sale - Time limited connection selling;

Status -

Information about the mobile network connection;

Setting -

Operator password settings.

The default values for the User are as follows:

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3.1

Initial username:

User

 

 

Password:

2n

 

 

The User is authorised to work with SMS, access the call register and manage the User password.

Caution

We recommend that you should change the web access username and password after the first power up!

Caution

The default login parameters have been changed for product group unification reasons. If your firmware is lower than 2.xx.xxx, use the following login data:

Name:admin

Password: admin

Name:operator

Password: operator

Name:user

Password: user

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Table of Programmable Parameters

 

3.2

 

 

 

3.2 Table of Programmable Parameters

All programmable parameters of 2N® EasyRoute are listed in this subsection. The unit used, description of 2N® EasyRoute's behaviour upon a change, setting options, the setting step and the default (initialisation) setting are included for each parameter. The figure below gives an insight into the gateway configuration interface.

Basic Controls

Basic controls are available in the web configuration interface and have identical functions throughout the whole gateway, such as saving currently made changes. Get acquainted with them please and use them for convenience while working with

2N® EasyRoute.

Language Mutations

To select the language mutations of the configuration interface use the tags in the right-hand upper corner. Three language mutations are available at present – Czech, English and Turkish.

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Icons

There are three navigation icons in the right-hand upper corner of the screen for you to access the SETUP, SMS and STATUS menus quickly and easily.

The following basic control buttons are located in the right-hand bottom corner of the configuration interface:

Refresh – update screen data.

Apply – use the set values. An alternative to the Save button.

Save / Export - save the settings into the gateway memory.

Tip

In some menus, such as Report, e.g., the Save button saves the displayed reports into your PC memory.

Default – use the default values on the page.

Select all – tick off all items on the page.

Delete – erase the selected items.

Send – send the available SMS.

Update – download the latest firmware version.

Tip

You can use the Upgrade button for restarting too in case you are not located directly at the gateway. Before doing this, make sure that

Automatic restart is enabled.

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Connect – connect to the UMTS network manually.

Disconnect – disconnect from the UMTS network manually.

Sale – generate a new HotSpot ticket.

Menu

The left-hand section of the screen shows menus that can be opened by a mouse click. The WIZARD menu will help you configure the basic gateway functions quickly. The last item of the section called LOGOUT is used for disconnecting the configuration interface user.

STATUS Menu

This menu provides a list of function statuses.

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Table of Programmable Parameters

 

3.2

 

 

 

Internet

Status

Displays the current status of data connection to the provider.

Disconnected

Data connection has not been established.

Connected

Data connection has been established.

Connecting

Data connection is being established.

Disconnecting

Data connection is being cancelled.

Route

Displays the currently used Internet connection technology.

WAN

Data connection established through the WAN port.

UMTS/GSM

Data connection established through the wireless

 

network.

ADSL/PPPoE

Data connection established through the ADSL modem.

Traffic

Displays the current gateway traffic per second. Download/Upload. The value indicates the amount of transmitted data and the value in parentheses shows the count of transmitted packets.

Cellular

Signal

Displays the current strength of the receiving signal in [dBm].

Operator

Displays the name of the SIM card provider. If the SIM card cannot log in to a network (e.g. requires the PIN), the Limited service message is displayed.

Connection type

Displays the type of 2N® EasyRoute connection to a wireless network (GSM,

EDGE, GPRS, UMTS, HSDPA/HSUPA, etc.).

FUP limit

Displays the counter capacity according to FUP parameters.

Disabled

FUP not allowed.

0 – 100%

Counter filling percentage; 100% results in Internet

 

disconnection.

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SMS

Received / Sent

Displays the count of SMS currently available in the received/sent SMS storage.

Database

Displays the total count of SMS in the gateway, including the storages of received/sent SMS and user-deleted SMS. The value in parentheses shows the current data space occupied by SMS in the gateway, including the storages of received/sent SMS and user-deleted SMS If the value reaches the defined limit, all user-deleted messages are removed and the free space is used for new incoming and outgoing SMS.

SIP

ERF

 

 

Status

Displays the line registration state. A duly registered line is ready for use.

T.38 Fax

Displays the FAX send/receive support enable.

Tel. number

Displays the current telephone number for the registered line.

Registrar

Displays the current server to which the 2N® EasyRoute SIP account should register.

Proxy

Displays the current server via which the 2N® EasyRoute - VoIP provider SIP communication takes place.

Others

WLAN

Gateway WiFi network state.

Disabled

WiFi network is deactivated.

Enabled

WiFi network is activated.

WAN

Gateway WAN port state.

Disabled

WAN port is deactivated.

Enabled

WAN port is activated.

HotSpot

Current HotSpot state.

Disabled

HotSpot is deactivated.

Enabled

HotSpot is activated.

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Time (SNTP/UMTS)

Source of current system time of the gateway.

WIZARD Menu

This menu helps you set the SIM card, connect to the Internet and activate the WiFi network quickly and easily. The parameters below are identical with those in the SETUP menu, but are arranged differently to facilitate setting. Refer to the SETUP menu for details. Now let us briefly introduce the Wizard and present the most important quick start settings.

SIM

ICCID and IMSI are unique SIM card codes assigned by mobile providers. There are no identical codes at one moment. Type displays the currently active SIM card in the gateway. These identifiers cannot be changed and are displayed for information only.

State displays the state of the SIM card inserted. There exist several SIM card states some of which are rare. Hence, let us mention the most frequent ones only: Unknown – SIM card damaged or not inserted, PIN – SIM card requests the PIN code.

Enter the PIN into the PIN field. Unselect Hide to view the characters entered. Tick off Hide to cover the characters from view.

Select Remember to make 2N® EasyRoute save the PIN after a successful SIM login and enter the same automatically upon the next start. A wrong PIN is not remembered. When the SIM card has been replaced, 2N® EasyRoute tries to enter the saved PIN, thus wasting one PIN entering attempt. 2N® EasyRoute deletes the wrong PIN from its memory after finding its invalidity. To avoid this, configure the PIN correctly before inserting a new SIM card.

Now click on Apply to confirm the currently made changes. Having done this, you move to the next Wizard window and 2N® EasyRoute will, if the PIN is correct, log in to the wireless network.

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Internet

This Wizard menu helps you configure the UMTS connection to the Internet. The procedure is similar to that in the ADSL network. Specify the access point and then verify the user name and password. You do not have to set anything on this page in most cases. The gateway finds all settings in its database. Click on the List link. A highlighted line signals that the gateway has found the required provider data. In that case, close the List window and proceed to the next page. If you need more settings or no provider data are available in the database, set the items below as instructed by your UMTS provider.

APN (Access Point Name) identifies the provider’s Internet access code. Enter the required service access code into the Dial parameter. This telephone number is determined by the provider. ‘*99#’ is used typically.

Fill in the User and Password items do define the user name and password for connection to the provider: ‘internet’ in most cases. When you have finished, click on Apply to proceed to the next page.

Wireless

Use this window to configure WiFi transmission easily. If you do not intend to enable the wireless network, set nothing and push Apply. If you want to enable the wireless network, set only the basic parameters here. The other parameters will be set to default values. Use the SETUP menu to change the default values.

Select/Unselect Enable to activate/deactivate the WiFi transmitter. SSID (Service Set Identifier) is the WiFi identifier that is sent to users. It is a unique network identifier in the given space.

System sets security to the 2N® EasyRoute WiFi interface. The available security levels include WEP, WPA, WPA2 and WPA+WPA2. The WiFi security

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Key format options are ASCII or HEX, i.e. ASCII characters or digits respectively.

The WiFi security Key consists of a sequence of alphanumeric characters, or hexadecimal symbols as defined in the Key format.

Having set the values, click on Apply. Now your 2N® EasyRoute gateway is ready for basic operation. Refer to the subsections below or the HOW TO manuals for details on all programmable parameters.

CALLS Menu

All

The menu gives an overview of all gateway calls. It includes all answered outgoing calls plus answered and unanswered incoming calls. Unanswered incoming calls are signalled by the Missed note in the last column. Each page shows thirteen calls and to move between the pages use the page numbers in the bottom part of the screen. Use the >> symbol to jump onto the oldest call.

Direction

The Direction column specifies whether the call is an incoming or outgoing one.

Time

The Time column displays the date and time of the selected call. The time value refers to the off-hook time for answered incoming and outgoing calls and to the ringing start time for unanswered incoming calls.

Number

The Number column displays the called numbers for outgoing calls and the calling numbers for incoming calls.

Duration

The Duration column shows the duration of calls. This value refers to the call ringing time for unanswered incoming calls.

Incoming

The menu gives an overview of all incoming gateway calls, including both answered and unanswered calls. Unanswered incoming calls are signalled by the Missed note in the last column. The meanings of the menu columns correspond to those in the All section. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the bottom part of the screen. Use the >> symbol to jump onto the oldest call.

Outgoing

The menu gives an overview of all answered outgoing gateway calls. Unanswered call attempts are not filed. The meanings of the menu columns correspond to those in the All section. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the bottom part of the screen. Use the >> symbol to jump onto the oldest call.

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Table of Programmable Parameters

 

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Missed

The menu gives an overview of all missed incoming gateway calls. The meanings of the menu columns correspond to those in the All section. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the bottom part of the screen. Use the >> symbol to jump onto the oldest call.

SMS Menu

Inbox

The Inbox folder displays the received SMS messages and helps you read them including such details as the SMS sender number and delivery time. To delete a message, select it and push the Delete button. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the upper part of the screen.

Create

Phone number

Here enter the telephone number for SMS sending.

Setting options:

1–15 characters (0–9, *, #, +)

Default setting:

Empty

Text

Enter the text of the SMS to be sent. The SMS may also contain diacritic symbols and special characters as enabled in the coding scheme used. You can also send SMS messages longer than 160 characters without or 70 characters with diacritic symbols but remember that long messages are physically divided into the required count of SMS and you will have to pay for all of them.

Send SMS

Button is placed right bottom. Push this button to move your SMS to the To Send folder and send it as soon as possible.

Outbox

The Outbox folder displays the sent SMS messages and helps you read them including such details as the SMS addressee. To delete a message, select it and push the Delete button. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the upper part of the screen.

To Send

The To Send folder displays all pending SMS messages that have not been sent for whatever reason. When sent, the messages are transferred into the Outbox section. When sent unsuccessfully, they are transferred into the Errors folder.

The menu helps you read the messages including such details as the SMS

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addressee. To delete a message, select it and push the Delete button. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the upper part of the screen.

Trash

The Trash folder displays the SMS messages that have been deleted from other sections. This storage is an intermediate step before deleting SMS from the useraccessible storage areas to avoid unintentional deletions. The menu helps you read the messages including such details as the SMS sender or addressee. To delete a message, select it and push the Delete button. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the upper part of the screen. An SMS deleted here is moved to the storage of deleted SMS and, together with the other SMS messages, deleted automatically when the assigned data space is filled up.

Errors

The Errors folder displays the SMS messages that failed to be sent. The menu helps you read the messages including such details as the SMS addressee. To delete a message, select it and push the Delete button. To move between the pages use the page numbers in the upper part of the screen.

SETUP Menu > Cellular

SIM

ICCID

Unique serial numbers of the mobile providers’ SIM cards. There are no identical numbers at the same time. They start with 8942 for the Czech Republic and have 19 positions altogether.

IMSI

The IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) is a unique worldwide identifier of the SIM card inserted.

Type

Type of the SIM card inserted. Options: SIM, USIM, or Unknown when 2N® EasyRoute cannot identify the SIM card.

Status

Status of the SIM card inserted. Some statuses are rather rare and so the most important SIM card statuses are mentioned only.

Unknown

SIM card is not available.

Ready

SIM card is functional and ready for use.

SIM PIN

SIM card is PIN-secured; enter the PIN.

SIM PUK

SIM card has been blocked by entering an invalid PIN;

 

enter the PUK for unblocking.

The other potential statuses should not normally occur.

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