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    Nokia MW1122 ADSL/WLAN Router T66520 USER MANUAL...

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    ADSL/WLAN Router Introduction to Nokia MW1122 Nokia MW1122 is an integrated ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) bridge and router which enables high-speed Internet access from your wireless (WLAN) and Ethernet local area networks (LAN). It multiplies the capacity of the already installed telephone lines used traditionally for telephone and dial-up modem services.

  • Page 3: Indicator Lights

    MW1122 User Manual Installing MW1122 Before you install MW1122 you may want to familiarise yourself with the interfaces and indicator lights of MW1122. From section 2.3 you will find a step-by-step installation procedure, which shows the physical installation of MW1122.

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    Figure 3 MW1122 front panel indicators GREEN ADSL link is down. Blinks ADSL connection is being established. ADSL link is up. GREEN Ethernet is down. 10Base-T Ethernet is functional Blinks Receives traffic from Ethernet. GREEN Blinks Collisions on the Ethernet. Note, that it is normal that some collisions occur on the Ethernet.

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    5. Ensure that wireless LAN clients (that is, the wireless devices you want to use in your network) have the same configuration as the wireless LAN card in the MW1122 modem and that they are in the Infrastructure mode. The default wireless LAN configuration of...

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    Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. If the WLAN indicator is lit on the MW1122 front panel, you can use your WLAN client for configuration. Of course, you can also use a PC...

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    MW1122 User Manual connected to the ETH port of MW1122. In this case the ETH indicator should be lit. Browser management You can use your PC’s web browser software to access the web configuration pages in MW1122. To access the web pages you must know the IP address of your MW1122 or, alternatively, the “name”...

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    Typically, you will only have to change the Wireless LAN and WLAN Clients settings. Note When you make modifications to the configuration, remember to save the configuration and restart your MW1122 for your changes to take effect. Figure 5 Main Page...

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    LAN clients on your network, wireless LAN network name and the channel in use. Software and hardware versions and the serial number of MW1122 are shown in the bottom of the page. 3.1.3 Wireless LAN page You can change wireless LAN network settings on the Wireless LAN page.

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    Regulatory domain setting affects the available Radio channels. The radio channels corresponding to the regulatory domains are: Europe 1...13 Canada 1...11 1...11 Japan Change Transmit power if your wireless network becomes weak on the edges. C33902002SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy...

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    Figure 7 WLAN Clients page Enabling access control You can add a wireless station to the Client table by typing its MAC address to the MAC address field and clicking the Add new button. Use E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    Key field and paste it to the wireless LAN client software. Then you can click the Apply to activate encryption. Note, that if you enable encryption on either client or MW1122 only, the wireless link will be disconnected until you have enabled encryption on both devices.

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    Wifi mode provides lower authentication support but it supports all certified WLAN clients. Wifi mode is recommended if other than Nokia wireless LAN cards are used. Figures 8 and 9 show Wlan Clients page with default key and station-specific keys used, respectively.

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    When you click the Apply button, the WLAN settings become active. If you have enabled the access list or changed the encryption mode and you are accessing MW1122 through the wireless link, the connection will be lost. You must reconfigure the wireless LAN client to continue configuration.

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    MW1122 User Manual Figure 9 WLAN Clients page and station-specific key encryption E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    Password. You can also view Network connection information in the bottom of the page. If you are using PPTP encapsulation, you can change the name of the connection through the Service Providers page (Figure 11). Figure 10 Service Provider page with PPP configuration E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    MW1122 User Manual Figure 11 Service Providers page with PPTP configuration E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    You have to reconfigure the IP address of the accessing host. For example, in Windows programs winipcfg.exe or ipconfig.exe must be used first to release the old address and then to renew to request new address. Figure 12 Local Network Local Ports page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    In Figure 13, scope (a) is has been bound to Ethernet interface and scope (b) to WLAN interface. When the address ranges are not defined, MW1122 uses the default values for all DHCP parameters. The default values are: Start address is the interface IP address Subnet mask

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    Figure 13 Local Network DHCP page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    Server list. This example means that all TCP traffic coming from the Internet through VCC1 to ports 80...89 will be mapped to the IP address ports 90...99 on your local network. Figure 14 Local Network NAPT page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    Subnet mask of the destination network, and the Gateway and the Interface through which the destination network can be reached. Then click the Add new button. There are two static routes in Figure 15. Figure 15 Local Network Routing page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    MW1122 User Manual 3.1.7 Statistics page The Statistics page lets you view a selection of MW1122 statistics. to view statistics of a particular function, click the corresponding button and the statistics view is opened on a separate window. Figure 16...

  • Page 24: Restart Page

    3.1.8 Restart page On the Restart page, you can reset subsystems and restart MW1122. Figure 17 Restart page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    Figure 18 Save Config page Features MW1122 can operate as a bridge and/or Internet Protocol (IP) router between Ethernet, wireless LAN and the virtual channels of ADSL/ATM interfaces supporting both dynamic and static routing. Interfaces MW1122 has the following interfaces:...

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    In this manual it is called VBRIDGE. On the MW1122 web pages, the interface is called gateway or bridge IP interface. MW1122 can operate in four different main modes:...

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    Bridging Bridging is supported to provide full protocol transparency. Bridging can be used simultaneously with IP routing. MW1122 works as a self-learning bridge supporting up to 1024 MAC addresses. Bridging is done between the Ethernet 10Base-T interface, the wireless LAN...

  • Page 28: Network Address Port Translation

    VCCs can be disabled. Network Address Port Translation MW1122 supports Network Address Port Translation (NAPT) for TCP/IP, UDP/IP and ICMP/IP protocols. When NAPT is used, a single IP address is allocated to a VCC which leads to the public IP network.

  • Page 29: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

    PCs on the home network. Two separate address ranges are used when LAN and WLAN are operating as separate subnets. MW1122 can also act as a DHCP relay agent and relay the DHCP requests to an external DHCP server.

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    Windows The destination IP address must be MW1122 LAN/WLAN/VBRIDGE IP address depending on the configuration. PPP packets within PPTP are mapped to the configured VCC. MW1122 has three different ways to choose the ATM VCC that will be used for tunneling: Automatic, chooses the first free VCC Chooses the VCC number using C:number, where number is from 1 to 8.

  • Page 31: Payload Encapsulations

    Choosing the VCC2 for tunneling example Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Standard PPPoE mode is used when MW1122 is operating as a bridge. PPPoE protocol defines how PPP sessions are mapped into Ethernet packets. When MW1122 operates as a bridge, this protocol is transparent to MW1122.

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    (CLI) or with a Web browser management. 4.11 Wireless LAN and radio interface MW1122 supports wireless LAN to be used as one of the interfaces. The wireless LAN utilises Nokia C110/C111 Wireless LAN PC card which needs to be inserted to the designated PC Card slot on the back panel of the modem.

  • Page 33: Technical Specifications

    DIXv2 (transmit), IEEE 802.3 and DIXv2 (re- ceive) RJ-45 IEEE 802.11b DSSS PC Card slot type 2 RIPv1, RIPv2, and static routes NAPT, IGMP proxy, DHCP server, DNS relay, PPTP local tunneling Weighted fair queueing E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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    TFTP/UDP/IP for software and configuration download, HTTP/web server Telnet/TCP/IP for command line interface, TFTP/UDP/IP for software and configuration download, HTTP/web server ADSL line status Ethernet activity and status Wlan activity and status Ethernet collision MW1122 startup error Power on E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy...

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    DSL connector Table 2 ADSL interface pin-out numbering Signal Direction MW1122- Ethernet –> Tx– –> <– Rx– <– E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy MDI signal Transmit data + Transmit data – Receive data + Receive data – Signal DSL1 DSL2 C33902002SE_00...

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    Ambient conditions, EMC and safety Ambient conditions Operating temperature range 5 to 45°C Humidity MW1122 complies with the following specifications provided that the device is connected to an earthed socket outlet: Emission Immunity Overvoltage Safety Safety C33902002SE_00 10% to 90%, non-condensing...

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    MW1122 User Manual E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33902002SE_00...

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