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  • Page 1 Nokia M1112 ADSL (over ISDN) Router T66285 ADMINISTRATOR MANUAL...
  • Page 2 M1112 ADSL (over ISDN) Router Administrator Manual C33907.20 A0 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 3 Please submit your comments to the nearest Nokia sales representative. NOKIA is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. Any other trademarks mentioned in the documents are the property of their respective owners.
  • Page 4: Document History

    Document History Document C33907001SE_00 C33907001SE_00 Date Comment 13.09.2000 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy...
  • Page 5 M1112 Administrator Manual E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Introduction to Nokia M1112 Chapter 2 Applications and features Applications ........
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  • Page 9 M1112 Administrator Manual E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy viii C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 10: Introduction To Nokia M1112

    Figure 1-1 Nokia M1112 M1112 allows you to connect your desktop and laptop PCs to remote networks. Your PCs must be equipped with a 10Base-T Ethernet interface. M1112 has an in-built 4-port hub, which allows easy home network installation.
  • Page 11 However, these figures illustrate the maximum performance of the technology and are subjected to the physical line conditions and the distance from you to the central office. M1112 is capable of adapting to the physical line conditions and guarantees the maximum transmission rate possible on the particular line.
  • Page 12: Applications And Features

    Applications and features In this chapter, we present the most common applications and features of M1112. The use and configuration of your Nokia M1112 may be different from the configurations presented in this manual, even for similar applications. The configurations presented in this manual represent a typical way of using M1112 for the corresponding applications.
  • Page 13 Internet address. Furthermore, it prevents others from seeing and accessing your private network and therefore it acts as a simple firewall. 10Base-T Customer premises 10Base-T Figure 2-1 High-speed Internet access DSLAM Internet Internet connection E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy network C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 14: Remote Work

    Remote work Another application for M1112 is remote work. In this case the end-to-end architecture can, for example, use PPP over Ethernet, where a dial-up-type PPP connection is created between your home PC and your corporate networks PPP access server based on the user name and password you issue in your PC.
  • Page 15: Lan Interconnection

    10Base-T Figure 2-3 LAN interconnection Features M1112 can operate as a bridge and/or Internet Protocol (IP) router between the Ethernet and the virtual channels of ADSL/ATM interfaces supporting both dynamic and static routing. 2.2.1 Interfaces M1112 has the following interfaces:...
  • Page 16: Lan Interface

    In this manual it is called VBRIDGE. On the M1112 web pages, the interface is called gateway or bridge IP interface. M1112 can operate in four different main modes:...
  • Page 17 (IP address confi- gured) or PPTP local tunneling activated. VCCs that only bridge have only bridging activated. E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Vbridge (gateway/host inter- face) Typically not used in this case. The unit can be managed lo-...
  • Page 18: Internal Host/Gateway Interface

    Internal host/gateway interface There is a special host/gateway logical IP interface within M1112 called VBRIDGE. This interface has a specific purpose in M1112. In applications where some ATM virtual channel connections are used for bridging IP traffic and some other ATM virtual channel connections are used for routing IP traffic, the VBRIDGE interface must be used instead of LAN IP address.
  • Page 19: Network Address Port Translation

    Optionally, the bridging between the VCCs can be disabled. 2.2.4 Network Address Port Translation M1112 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 20: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

    253 addresses are required on the local subnet, if two non-contiguous ranges are needed or if an additional router with DHCP relay is used on the local network. M1112 can also act as a DHCP relay agent and relay the DHCP requests to an external DHCP server.
  • Page 21: Point-To-Point Tunneling Protocol (Pptp)

    Automatic, chooses the first free VCC Chooses the VCC number using C:number, where number is from 1 to 8. C:number is typed after the M1112 IP address in PC’s PPTP client Connect To window (see Figure 2-5). Chooses the VCC number using N:name, where name is the VCCx description.
  • Page 22: Point-To-Point Protocol Over Ethernet (Pppoe)

    Choosing the VCC2 for tunneling example 2.2.8 Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Standard PPPoE mode is used when M1112 is operating as a bridge. PPPoE protocol defines how PPP sessions are mapped into Ethernet packets. When M1112 operates as a bridge, this protocol is transparent to M1112.
  • Page 23: Management

    The operator or the Internet Service Provider can establish a dedicated management channel to M1112. This channel provides access to the M1112 management (with telnet or web browser) and it can be used to upload a new software to M1112.
  • Page 24: Dedicated Management Channel

    10Base-T Home network Nokia M1112 ISP’s NMS Net- work manage- ment system Figure 2-6 Dedicated management channel C33907001SE_00 Applications and features VCC1/Data (admin disabled) Management VCC E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Internet 2-13...
  • Page 25 M1112 Administrator Manual E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 2-14 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 26: Interfaces And Indicator Lights

    This chapter describes the external interfaces of M1112 and introduces its front panel indicator lights. Interfaces M1112 has one ADSL line interface and one LAN interface (10Base-T Ethernet). It also has a local management interface (CLI) for management purposes. The ADSL line interface is compatible with ETSI TS 101 388 specification.
  • Page 27: Ethernet Interface

    Table 3-2. Figure 3-3 DSL connector Signal Direction M1112- Ethernet <– Rx– <– –> Tx– –> E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy MDI signal Receive data + Receive data – Transmit data + Transmit data – C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 28: Command Line Interface

    103 TxD <– 104 RxD –> 105 RTS <– (not in use) 106 CTS –> (const. ON) E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Signal DSL1 DSL2 MDI signal Data set ready Data terminal ready Data channel re- ceived line signal de- tector...
  • Page 29: Indicator Lights

    M1112 Administrator Manual Indicator lights M1112 has eight indicator lights on the front panel: PWR, STA, COL, ETH-1, ETH-2, ETH-3, ETH-4, and DSL. STA indicator is red. Other indicators are green. Figure 3-5 M1112 front panel indicators GREEN ADSL link is down.
  • Page 30 Hardware malfunction during startup. GREEN Power off. Power on. C33907001SE_00 Interfaces and indicator lights E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy...
  • Page 31 M1112 Administrator Manual E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 32: Chapter 4 Installing Nokia M1112

    Chapter 4 Installing Nokia M1112 This chapter presents a step-by-step installation procedure of M1112. Before starting the installation check that M1112 is physically undamaged. The package contains the following items: M1112 modem ADSL line cable Straight 10Base-T Ethernet cable power cord...
  • Page 33 IP address IP address IP NAPT ppp authentication ppp username ppp password ip route DHCP mode E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Setting M1112 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 0 (vpi) 100 (vci) ppp-vc (encaps) 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0, means that M1112 gets its IP address dynamically from the network.
  • Page 34: Step-By-Step Installation Procedure

    Ethernet port. 5. Connect the 6-pin ADSL line cable between the ADSL connector on the M1112 back panel and your ADSL line wall socket. If you want to use ISDN and ADSL data services simultaneously, connect a splitter according to Figure 4-1. After a while, the DSL indicator starts blinking indicating that the ADSL connection is being established.
  • Page 35 M1112 Administrator Manual Chapter 5 Managing M1112 for instructions on how to configure M1112. E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 36: Chapter 5 Managing M1112

    After the operational examples, we introduce the management methods of M1112. First we show how to use the web browser management and then the command line interface (CLI) will be presented.
  • Page 37: Routing/Tunneling Ip Only

    If the application requires only routing of IP packets, an IP address should be configured for each interface in use. The example below shows a typical configuration in such a case. M1112> show conf running ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 vcc1 pvc 0 101 ip-llc ip address 10.98.16.1 255.255.255.0...
  • Page 38: Routing/Tunneling Ip, Bridging All Protocols Including Ip

    In the configuration example below, LAN interface routes IP traffic and bridges all other protocols. ATM VCC1 routes IP traffic and ATM VCC2 interfaces bridges all traffic. M1112> show config running ip address 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 bridging vcc1 pvc 0 101 ip-llc ip address 10.98.16.1 255.255.255.0...
  • Page 39: Bridging Only

    Note After you have made changes to the configuration, you must save the configuration if you want it to be active also after restarting M1112. 5.2.1 Configuring DHCP and DNS The DHCP server can be enabled towards LAN and VBRIDGE ports.
  • Page 40: Configuring Static And Dynamic Routing

    5.2.2 Configuring static and dynamic routing Routing entries in the routing table are needed in order to forward the IP packets to the correct interface. M1112 has both static and dynamic routes. Static routes are configured manually and dynamic routes are learned automatically using RIP v1 and RIP v2 protocols.
  • Page 41: File System And Downloading New Firmware Using Tftp

    0.0.0.0 instead of the next hop address. 5.2.3 File system and downloading new firmware using TFTP M1112 has a flash file system. Some files in the file system have special meanings. These files are: image.exe; primary application file.
  • Page 42: Downloading Configuration Or Application From Monitor

    2. After you will see message, restart M1112 to activate the new software. Downloading configuration or application from monitor Monitor is a small application that is executed before the actual software image is started. Typically the Monitor automatically loads the application file image.exe.
  • Page 43: Browser Management

    Writing successful MON> Browser management M1112 can be managed with a web browser or command line interface (CLI). The web configuration pages of M1112 can be accessed through the Ethernet or through the ADSL/ATM channels of M1112. In order to access the web management feature, the IP functionality must be activated and an IP address must be given to the corresponding interface.
  • Page 44: Opening A Connection

    To open a connection to the Nokia M1112: 1. Start your web browser. 2. Enter the name (’M1112’) or IP address of your Nokia M1112 in the browser’s Open Location field and press Enter. If you use the IP address, it has to be assigned to a local port or gateway interface (VBRIDGE).
  • Page 45: Main Page

    5.3.2 Main Page Main Page is shown first when you use a web browser to connect to M1112. The currently shown page is shown highlighted on the list on the left. Clicking an item on the list (Service Providers, Local Network, Statistics, Restart, and Save Config) takes you to the corresponding page.
  • Page 46: Service Providers Pages

    Service Providers page (Figure 5-4). The name can be used in your PPTP client for tunnel configuration, see section 2.2.7 Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol. Figure 5-3 Service Providers page with PPP configuration E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-11 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 47 M1112 Administrator Manual Figure 5-4 Service Providers page with PPTP configuration E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-12 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 48: Local Network Pages

    On the Local Network DHCP subpage you can enable/disable Dynamic Host Control Protocol and set the Address ranges from which the addresses are distributed to the DHCP clients on your network. You can also set the Domain Name Server addresses here. E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-13 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 49 In Figure 5-6, scope (a) has been bound to Ethernet interface and scope (b) to VBRIDGE interface. When the address ranges are not defined, M1112 uses the default values for all DHCP parameters. The default values are: Start address is the interface IP address Subnet mask 255.255.255.0...
  • Page 50 Managing M1112 Figure 5-6 Local Network DHCP page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-15 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 51: Napt

    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 192.168.1.15 ports 90...99 on your local network. Figure 5-7 Local Network NAPT page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-16 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 52: Routing Page

    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 5-8. Figure 5-8 Local Network Routing page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-17 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 53: Statistics Page

    M1112 Administrator Manual 5.3.5 Statistics page The Statistics page lets you view a selection of M1112 statistics. to view statistics of a particular function, click the corresponding button and the statistics view is opened on a separate window. Figure 5-9...
  • Page 54: Restart Page

    Managing M1112 5.3.6 Restart page On the Restart page, you can reset subsystems and restart M1112. Figure 5-10 Restart page E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-19 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 55: Save Config Page

    When you change the configuration, all configuration changes are activated immediately without restart/reload. However, the configuration will not be saved into the nonvolatile memory. If M1112 is restarted or powered down without saving the configuration, the old configuration will be restored. Clicking the Save configuration button saves the configuration into the nonvolatile memory and the old configuration cannot be restored through the web interface.
  • Page 56 Local management cabling The command line interface can also be accessed through the Ethernet port of M1112 or through the ATM channels of M1112 on top of the telnet protocol. In order to use the CLI through telnet or the ATM channel, the IP function must be switched on and IP address must be given to the corresponding interface.
  • Page 57 The main mode lets you monitor the status and performance of M1112. The configuration mode lets you change M1112 configuration. The CLI is case sensitive. All commands must be given in lower case characters. Only file names and strings can contain upper case characters.
  • Page 58: Main Mode Commands

    M1112(conf-vbridge)#mngtvcc M1112(conf-mngtvcc)#common M1112(conf-common)#top M1112(conf)#exit M1112> 5.4.1 Main mode commands Command Show diagnostic log Description Displays diagnostic log. Syntax show log Arguments Example M1112> show log 00/00:00:04 HI(1) ATM chann/vcc1/admin.stat up M1112> C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-23...
  • Page 59 Example M1112> show eth ##eth(up) stat-tx-payload stat-rx-payload M1112> 5-24 ALCATEL/DMT 99111601/ISDN/CP 00002508 near-end far-end 448kbits 416kbits 3.5dB 0.0dB 12.0dBm 20dBm 48.5dB 0.0dB NONE NONE type IEEE 802.3/DIX 10964 672919 0 10968 657690 0 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 60 M1112> Command Show bridge interface status Description Displays interfaces which have bridging enabled. Syntax show bridge if Arguments None Example M1112> show bridge if VBRI (up) ETH (up) VCC1 (up) M1112> C33907001SE_00 type encap DATA_PVC ETH-LLC 223641 2568289 0...
  • Page 61 M1112 Administrator Manual Command Show bridging statistics Description Displays bridging statistics. Syntax show bridge stat Arguments None Example M1112> show bridge stat in-packet 8518 discard M1112> Command Show bridging table Description Displays bridging table. Syntax show bridge table Arguments None Example M1112>...
  • Page 62 10.98.20.140 M1112> Command Show IP interfaces Description Displays IP interfaces. Syntax show ip if Arguments None Example M1112> show ip if VBRIDGE (up) net-address 192.168.172.2 as ETHERNET/RIP DISABLED M1112> C33907001SE_00 phys-address 00:00:0e:7c:15:d4 net-mask 255.255.255.0 1500 00:99:12:16:10:53 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 00.07...
  • Page 63 M1112 Administrator Manual Command Show IP statistics Description Displays IP statistics. Syntax show ip stat Arguments None Example M1112> show ip stat forwarding NO FORWARD out-discards default-ttl in-receives in-hdr-errors in-addr-errors forw-datagrams in-unknown-protos 0 in-discards in-delivers out-requests M1112> Command Show IP cache table and statistics Description Displays IP cache table and statistics.
  • Page 64: Show Ip Routing Table

    VCC3 route-dest route-mask 11.22.20.255255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255BCAST 11.22.20.108255.255.255.255 11.22.20.108 11.22.20.0 255.255.255.0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 M1112> C33907001SE_00 netxthop 10.98.20.150 netxthop 10.98.5.200 10.98.5.100 netxthop 10.98.0.154 netxthop 11.22.20.108 11.22.20.1 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 IFACE LOCAL IFACE LOCAL IFACE LOCAL IFACE LOCAL STAT 5-29...
  • Page 65 M1112 Administrator Manual Command Show Internet Control Message Protocol statistics Description Displays ICMP statistics. Syntax show ip icmp Arguments None Example M1112> show ip icmp in-msgs in-errors in-dest-unreachs 0 out-dest-unreachs in-time-excds in-parm-probs in-src-quenchs in-redirects in-echos in-echo-reps in-timestamps in-timestamp-reps 0 out-timestamp-reps 0...
  • Page 66 Command Show Transmission Control statistics Description Displays TCP statistics. Syntax show ip tcp Arguments None Example M1112> show ip tcp rto-algorithm rto-min rto-max max-conn active-opens passive-opens attemp-fails M1112> Command Show Routing Information Protocol statistics Description Displays RIP statistics. Syntax show ip rip...
  • Page 67 Command Show Network Address Port Translation Protocol servers (pinholes) Description Displays NAPT server information. Syntax show napt server Arguments None. Example M1112> show napt server VCC3 net-address port-mappings “nat” 192.168.0.1 21<–>21 M1112> 5-32 Port Peer IP Start Used Free 59999...
  • Page 68 Description Displays DHCP server entry table and statistics. It also shows leased address and states. Syntax show dhcp server Arguments None. Example M1112> show dhcp server ##scope (a) pool-address pool-last 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.254 net-binding primary-dns lease-time 00/01:00:00 12.168.0.254 ##scope (b) pool-address pool-last 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.254...
  • Page 69 M1112 Administrator Manual Command Show M1112 information Description Displays M1112 hardware and software information. Syntax show status [session | performance] Arguments Optional arguments session and performance. session shows information of the active configuration sessions. If login-id is used, it is shown on the screen.
  • Page 70 Syntax show config running Arguments None Example M1112> show config running system hostname M1112 ip address 192.168.172.148 255.255.255.128 vcc1 pvc 0 155 tunneled-ppp-vc bridging...
  • Page 71 Show startup configuration Description Displays the startup configuration of your M1112. This is the configuration saved in the startup.cfg file. Star- tup.cfg file is activated when M1112 is switched on. If the startup.cfg file is missing, the default configuration is used. Syntax...
  • Page 72 Displays the local configuration file Syntax show config file <filename> Arguments filename is the name of the local configuration file. Example M1112> show config file startup.cfg M1112> Command Show debug status Description Displays the status (ON/OFF) of the debug functions.
  • Page 73 ATM connection or the end-to-end connection. Example M1112> atm ping 0 23 segment reply asserted roundtrip time = 4.20 ms M1112> The debug commands are used to solve difficult problem situations.
  • Page 74 1454306 bytes M1112> Command Copy file Description Copies files within M1112 or over a TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) connection. With this command you can, for example, download configuration files. Syntax copy [file:/] <src-filename> [file:/] <dst-filename> copy [file:/] <src-filename> tftp:/<ip-address>/<../dst- filename>...
  • Page 75 M1112> delete oldfile M1112> Command Download new firmware Description Downloads a new firmware from a TFTP server. Re- member to restart M1112 after downloading to activate the new firmware. Syntax install tftp:/<ip-address>/<../src-filename> Arguments ip-address is the IP address of the TFTP server.
  • Page 76 Arguments log-filename is the name of the file in which you want to save the log. Example M1112>save log file log.txt M1112> Command Save log to a default file Description Saves log with a default file name (default.log).
  • Page 77 Restore configuration Description Restores the default or user configuration. You must have the admin privileges to issue this command. Re- start your M1112 after you have issued this command. Syntax restore config {default | user} Arguments default argument restores the default configuration of M1112.
  • Page 78 Logout Description Logs out from the command line interface. Syntax logout Arguments None Example M1112>logout Command Fast restart M1112 Description Restarts M1112 software. Syntax reload Arguments None Example M1112>reload in progress... C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-43...
  • Page 79: Configuration Mode Commands

    M1112 Administrator Manual Command Restart M1112 Description Restarts M1112. This command is equivalent to switch- ing the power first off and then on. Syntax restart Arguments None Example M1112> restart in progress... Command Switch to configuration mode Description Switches to the configuration mode. The configuration mode lets you change the configuration of M1112.
  • Page 80: Root Level Commands

    Use the following commands to enter different configuration levels: system password vcc1 ... vcc8 vbridge mngtvcc common C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-45...
  • Page 81: System Level Commands

    M1112 Administrator Manual System level commands Command Assign hostname Description Assigns a hostname to M1112. Syntax hostname <name-string> Arguments name-string is an ASCII string of maximum of 32 characters. Example M1112(conf-system)#hostname nokia nokia(conf-system)# Command Set configuration session timeout Description Sets a timeout for a management session.
  • Page 82: Password Level Command

    Administrator can change all configuration parameters. Only the administrator is allowed to use file handling commands (copy, rename, etc.). passwd-string is the new password. Example M1112> admin nokia M1112 C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-47...
  • Page 83: Ethernet Level Commands

    M1112(conf-eth)# Command Switch on/off RIP send function in Ethernet inter- face Description Switches on/off RIP send function. When enabled M1112 sends Routing Information Protocol messages to other routers. Syntax [no] ip rip-send {rip-send-mode} Arguments no switches rip-send function off. v1 send-mode selects RIP version 1.
  • Page 84 Command Switch on/off RIP receive function in Ethernet inter- face Description Switches on/off RIP send function. When enabled M1112 receives Routing Information Protocol mess- ages from other routers. Syntax [no] ip rip-receive {rip-receive-mode} Arguments no switches RIP receive function off.
  • Page 85: Vcc (Atm Channel) Commands

    Example M1112(conf-vccx)#pvc 0 100 ip-llc M1112(conf-vccx)# Command Switch on/off bridging Description Switches bridging on/off on the specified ATM channel.
  • Page 86 Sets the password used in PPP authentication. Syntax [no] ppp password <passwd-string> Arguments no deletes PPP password. passwd-string is the PPP password. The password must be 4...15 characters long. Example M1112(conf-vccx)#ppp password jfddslfj M1112(conf-vccx)# C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-51...
  • Page 87 255.255.255.0 M1112(conf-vccx)# Command Switch on/off RIP send function on ATM channel Description Switches on/off RIP send function. When enabled, M1112 sends Routing Information Protocol messages to other routers. Syntax [no] ip rip-send {rip-send-mode} Arguments no switches rip-send function off. v1 send-mode selects RIP version 1.
  • Page 88 Command Switch on/off RIP receive function on ATM channel Description Switches on/off RIP receive function. When enabled, M1112 receives Routing Information Protocol mess- ages from other routers. Syntax [no] ip rip-receive {rip-receive-mode} Arguments no switches RIP receive function off. v1 receive-mode selects RIP version 1.
  • Page 89 Example M1112(conf-vccx)#ip server-napt web_server 192.168.1.100 80 80 1 tcp M1112(conf-vccx)# Command Disable/enable management through the ATM chan- Description Enables/disables the management of M1112 through the ATM channel. Syntax [no] ip admin-disabled Arguments no enables management through the ATM channel. Example...
  • Page 90: Vbridge Commands

    255.255.255.0 M1112(conf-vbridge)# Command Switch on/off RIP receive function in vbridge Description Switches on/off RIP receive function. When enabled, M1112 receives Routing Information Protocol mess- ages from other routers. Syntax [no] ip rip-receive {rip-receive-mode} Arguments no switches RIP receive function off.
  • Page 91: Dedicated Management Channel Commands

    Virtual Channel Identifier of the ATM chan- nel. Possible values are 0...65535. encap is the encapsulation of the ATM channel. En- capsulations are ppp-vc, eth-llc, and ip-llc. Example M1112(conf-mngtvcc)#pvc 0 100 eth-llc M1112(conf-mngtvcc)# 5-56 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 92: Common Commands

    Sets the maximum size of the received PPP packets. Syntax [de] ppp mru <size> Arguments size is the size of a PPP packet. Default size is 1500. Example M1112(conf-common)#ppp mru 1000 M1112(conf-common)# C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-57...
  • Page 93 M1112(conf-common)#ppp max-config 10 M1112(conf-common)# Command Set max-terminate parameter value Description Defines how many terminate-request packets will be sent before M1112 decides that the connection is down. Syntax [de] ppp max-terminate <pkt-count> Arguments pkt-count is the number of configure request packets, values 1...30.
  • Page 94 Example M1112(conf-common)#ip route 131.112.11.1 255.255.255.0 131.2.111.2 mngtvcc M1112(conf-common)# C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-59...
  • Page 95 Description You can define up to four IP addresses from which MW 1122 can be accessed using telnet or http. f you define one or more addresses, M1112 can be accessed from the specified addresses only. Syntax [no] ip host-acl <ip-address> <ip-mask>...
  • Page 96 DHCP pool (1 or 2). class defines whether the server is a primary or a secondary server. dns-server is the IP address of the DNS server. Example M1112(conf-common)#dhcp dns 1 primary 190.168.2.1 M1112(conf-common)# C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112...
  • Page 97 Arguments scope defines the DHCP pool (1 or 2). time-count is the renewal interval in minutes, 1...65535. Example M1112(conf-common)#dhcp lease-time 1 360 M1112(conf-common)# Command Set DHCP pool domain name Description Set the domain name for the DHCP pool. The domain name is used to show the client in which network the client is in.
  • Page 98 Command Switch on/off weighted fair queueing Description Switches on/off weighted fair queueing. Syntax [no] misc global-wfq Arguments no switches off weighted fair queueing. Example M1112(conf-common)#misc global-wfq M1112(conf-common)# C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Managing M1112 5-63...
  • Page 99 M1112 Administrator Manual E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy 5-64 C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 100: Technical Specifications

    RFC2364 PPP-VC, RFC2364 TUNNELED- PPP-VC 10Base-T, half duplex DIXv2 (transmit), IEEE 802.3 and DIXv2 (re- ceive) RJ-45 RIPv1, RIPv2, and static routes NAPT, IGMP proxy, DHCP server, DNS relay, PPTP local tunneling Weighted fair queueing E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy...
  • Page 101 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 Ethernet collision M1112 startup error Power on E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 102: Mechanical Construction And Power Supply

    M1112 is a stand-alone device which can also be wall-mounted. Mechanical construction Width Height Depth Weight Table A-1 Mechanical construction M1112 has an in-built power supply. The characteristics of the mains connection are presented in Table A-2. Mains connection Voltage Frequency Power consumption Table A-2 Mains connection A.2 Ambient conditions, EMC and safety...
  • Page 103: Safety

    M1112 Administrator Manual Overvoltage Safety Safety ITU-T K.21 EN60950 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
  • Page 104 Internet protocol ISDN Intergrated services digital network Internet service provider L2TP Layer 2 tunneling protocol Local area network Logical link control Media access control Personal computer POTS Plain old telephone system Point-to-point protocol C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Glossary Glossary-1...
  • Page 105 Character-based man-machine interface where a command line end- ing with <CR> character is used to configure a device. The device in- terprets the command and returns a character-based response. Glossary-2 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
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    IP network Data communications network based on the Internet Protocol. ISDN filter A device used for separating the ISDN signal from ADSL data signals in the digital subscriber line. MAC address Ethernet address. C33907001SE_00 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Glossary Glossary-3...
  • Page 107 ATM cells. virtual channel connection A concatenation of virtual channel links that extends between the points where the ATM service users access the ATM layer. virtual path A unidirectional logical association of virtual channels. Glossary-4 E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy C33907001SE_00...
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    Glossary web browser A software that is used to browse the World Wide Web. E Copyright Nokia Networks Oy Glossary-5 C33907001SE_00...
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