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    Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

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  • Page 3: Quick Install Guide For The Nokia Smart Home

    Download from the Google Play store, or the Apple App store . Then use this app for steps 2 and 3 . 2 . Connect your Nokia Smart Home [Figure 1] Log in ■ On the Dashboard screen, swipe right ■...

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    Figure 3 5 . Install the Nokia Smart Home mobile app . Download from the Google Play store or the Apple App store . Then use this app for step 6 .

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Set up Nokia Smart Home automation ■ Control and manage your Nokia Smart Home ■ You’ll need two mobile apps on your smartphone to help you set up the Nokia Smart Home solution: Nokia Digital ONU mobile app ■ Nokia Smart Home mobile app ■...

  • Page 6: Chapter 1: Connect Your Nokia Smart Home

    Chapter 1: Connect your Nokia Smart Home How to use the Nokia digital optical network unit (ONU) mobile application Downloading the Nokia Digital ONU mobile app The Android app can be downloaded from the Google Play store; the iOS app can be downloaded from the Apple App store .

  • Page 7: Getting Started

    Getting started The Nokia digital optical network unit (ONU) mobile application lets you connect your Nokia Smart Home and configure most of the features of your residential gateway (RGW). It also lets you check on the status of your Optical Network Terminal (ONT).

  • Page 8: Login

    Advanced Options toggle button. A field to input the ONT’s IP address will pop up . The default value is 192 .168 .1 .254 . Figure 1 You can edit this field if necessary. 5 . Click Login . 8 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 9: Dashboard

    . The side menu includes the following options: a . Dashboard Figure 1 b . ONT Management c . Wi-Fi Analyser d . App settings e . About f . Logout 9 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 10: How To Set Up Your Wireless Network

    Figure 1, select Wi-Fi . 2 . This brings you to a window [Figure 2] with one or two submenus, depending on the type of ONT being used . 3 . Select Wireless 2.4GHz . Figure 2 10 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Enterprise) . In this example [Figure 4], the guest network SSID is opened . * 100% Wi-Fi transmit power for all regions outside of Europe is 500 mW; for 100% - Wi-Fi . Figure 4 11 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    2 . This brings you to a window [Figure 2] with two submenus . 3 . Select Wireless 5GHz . Here you can set the parameters for the 5 GHz bandwidth described in Table 2 . Figure 2 12 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    WPA2+WPA, WPA/WPA2 Enterprise) . In this example [Figure 4], the guest network SSID is opened . * 100% Wi-Fi transmit power for all regions outside of Europe is 500 mW; for 100% - Wi-Fi . Figure 4 13 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 14: Where To Find Basic Information For Your Device And Network

    1 . On the home screen as shown in Figure 1, select Fiber ONU Gateway . 2 . This brings you to a window [Figure 2] with four submenus . Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 14 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    LAN interface (TX/RX totals, IP Address, MAC Address) [Figure 5] . Optical Module status: Displays technical details on the ONU optical module [Figure 6] . Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 15 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 16: How To Set Up A Guest Network

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 16 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Customer Settings to get your own port forwarding settings . Figure 3 4 . If you select App Name, the following screen appears that allows you to add port forwarding rules for the application named [Figure 4] . Figure 4 17 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 18: How To Set Up Parental Controls

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 18 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    ONU memory or manually register a new device . 6 . Select the Protocol option to allow you to select specific types of traffic for filtering or to filter all traffic. Figure 4 19 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 20 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    [Figure 4] . The block option will block all listed MAC addresses from reaching the home network . The allow option will only allow the listed MAC addresses into the home network . Figure 4 21 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 22 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    (websites) that you wish to block or allow . Figure 3 4 . To add a new URL, just type in the URL address and port into the pop-up menu [Figure 4] . Figure 4 23 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 24: How To Limit Access To Your Network

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 24 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Internal Client drop-down menu . Figure 3 4 . Select ALG . You can enable or disable the ALG function for FTP, TFTP, SIP, H323, RTSP, L2TP and IPSec traffic [Figure 4]. Figure 4 25 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 26 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    [Figure 3] . In this menu you can modify the firewall security level of the ONU and enable or disable protection against attacks; for example, denial of service (DoS) attacks . Figure 3 27 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 28: How To Change The Login Password Of The Ont

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 28 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    3 . Select Password . The following window [Figure 3] appears . Enter the old password, then enter and reenter the new password to confirm your change. Figure 3 29 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 30: How To Assign Ip Addresses To Devices In Your Network

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 30 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    . Static DHCP Entry: Add/Delete static DHCP entries . When you click on Static DHCP Entry, the following screen appears [Figure 4] . 5 . Click on Static DHCP Entry to view its configuration options. Figure 4 31 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Add . The following screen [Figure 5] will appear . Enter the MAC address of a specific device and the IP address you wish to assign to bind them together as a static entry . Figure 5 32 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 33: How To Set Up A Dns

    How to set up a DNS A domain name server (DNS) translates user-friendly website addresses; for example, www .nokia .com, into the registered IP address assigned for that domain . Your computer uses a domain name server to look up the domain name you’re trying to access .

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    4 . To add a new domain on the DNS entry page, enter an original domain URL address and the new domain URL address . The new entry will be added to the Domain To Domain list [Figure 4] . Figure 4 34 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    5 . To add a new domain to IP address DNS entry, you can enter a domain URL address and the new IP address . The new entry will be added to the Domain to IP Address list [Figure 5] . Figure 5 35 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 36: How To Set Up A Ddns

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 36 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    DDNS settings such as enabling or disabling them, listing the specific ISP URL, domain name and username/password . After modifying the parameters, click on the Save button to save the changes . Figure 4 37 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 38: How To Use A Network Clock To Set The Time On Your Onu (ntp)

    The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows you to configure the following residential gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall, MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ, ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password . Figure 2 38 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Figure 3 d . Provide the interval time in the Interval Time input field provided. e . Select a Time Zone for ONU login purposes and click the Save button . 39 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 40: Wi-fi Analyser

    Step 3 . Repeat Step 4 for each location in your home . 5 . In the List tab [Figure 2], you will find the saved signal strength list of the selected Wi-Fi in the Wi-Fi Analyser tab . Figure 2 40 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    6 . A chart will appear when you save more than three locations [Figure 3] . Figure 3 41 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 42: Speed Test

    ONT Management screen submenu [Figure 1] . Figure 1 2 . The speed test screen will appear [Figure 2] . Click on the Launch Speed Test button . Figure 2 42 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    .) Click on Begin Test . Figure 3 4 . The screens shown in Figure 4a and Figure 4b present the results of your speed test . Figure 4a Figure 4b 43 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 44: Statistics

    2 . This screen will appear [Figure 2] . Select Statistics . The Statistics screen gives you three options: WAN, LAN and WLAN (see white ribbon at bottom of Figures 3) . To view statistics, select an option . Figure 2 44 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    3 . You can view the statistics shown in Figure 3a, Figure 3b, Figure 3c and Figure 3d . Figure 3a Figure 3b Figure 3c Figure 3d 45 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 46: Chapter 2: Prepare Your Nokia Smart Home

    Options toggle button. A field to input the ONT’s IP address will pop up . The default value is 192 .168 .1 .254 . You can edit this field if necessary. Figure 1 5 . Click Log in . 46 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 47: Dashboard

    Dashboard 1 . When you have logged in to the app, the dashboard screen appears [Figure 1] . 2 . Click on the Smart Home icon to get to the Smart Home screen . Figure 1 Smart Home screen This screen lets you manage devices and rooms .

  • Page 48: Managing Devices

    Once a device is paired (refer to the Pairing section below), it is automatically categorized as an Unassigned or Unsupported device and is displayed on the Smart Home screen . Unassigned devices These are devices supported by the Nokia Smart Home Solution (See the Appendix for a list of supported devices) .

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    Pairing 1 . To pair a ZigBee or Z-Wave device with the ONT, click on the green icon at the bottom of the Smart Home screen . The menu expands to show four options [Figure 1] . Figure 1 2 . Click on Pair Devices, then select Z-Wave or ZigBee [Figure 2] .

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    Figure 1 2 . To unpair a Z-Wave device from the ONT, click on the green icon at the bottom of the Smart Home screen . It will expand to show four options [Figure 2] . Click on Unpair Devices .

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    Refresh Network Refresh Network lets you add offline devices to your Nokia Smart Home . Make sure these devices are switched on . 1 . Click on the green icon at the bottom of the Smart Home screen . It will expand to show the options below [Figure 1] .

  • Page 52: Managing Rooms

    Managing rooms From the Smart Home screen [Figure 1], you can add rooms and organize your smart devices by assigning them to the rooms they are located in . Figure 1 Adding a room 1 . To add a room, click on the green icon at the bottom of the page .

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    [Figure 4] . Figure 4 Next steps Now you’re ready to automate your Nokia Smart Home operations . Chapter 3 shows you how to do this . 53 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 54: Chapter 3: Create Automation Rules And Modify Your Settings With The Nokia Smart Home Web Interface

    To use this web interface, you will need a tablet, laptop or desktop computer . However, the Nokia Smart Home mobile app (instructions are in Chapter 4) has the same functionality as this web interface, except that you cannot automate Scenarios, Rules and Schedules .

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    2 . The overview or Welcome Home screen will appear [Figure 2] . Figure 2 3 . Click on the Automation icon at top right . This takes you to the Automation screen [Figure 3] . Figure 3 55 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 56: Scenarios

    . For example, you could create a scenario that switches off every lamp either when you leave your Nokia Smart Home or based on a schedule you define. Scenarios you have already created are listed on the Automation screen .

  • Page 57: Rules

    . So your command is “As long as the window is open, turn the alarm on .” Figure 3 You can choose to send email notifications about the change to everyone who uses the app . 57 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 58: Schedules

    4 . Click on an icon from Appliances, Scenarios or Rules . Here, the Dimmer switch in the bedroom has been selected from Appliances and it will be turned on at 7:00 in the morning [Figure 4] . Figure 4 58 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    5 . You can set the dimmer value by clicking on the icon [Figure 5] . Figure 5 6 . Close the screen by clicking on the x in the top right . Your schedule is automatically saved [Figure 6] . Figure 6 59 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 60: Setting Up A Security Video Camera

    . If no Set up camera icons appear on the screen, you must pair your camera to the ONU (instructions are in your camera user manual .) Figure 2 60 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    3 . The Set up camera screen opens [Figure 3] . Type in the user name and password (you can find these in the camera’s user manual). Here we’ve used Nokia as the user name . 4 . Click on Finish to save the camera settings . Figure 3...

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    . This takes you to the screen shown in Figure 1 . 2 . Clicking on the name of a group (for example, Favorites) lets you change its name . Figure 1 62 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 63: Chapter 4: View And Control Your Nokia Smart Home With The Mobile App

    Nokia Smart Home with the mobile app The Nokia Smart Home mobile app lets you manage your Nokia Smart Home . Powered by the Nokia Optical Network Terminal (ONT) G-240WZ-A, the Smart Home mobile app lets you control smart sensors, lights, locks, and more to create a Smart Home that simplifies everyday tasks and provides security and comfort .

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    Figure 2, the groups are Top 3 (your most frequently used devices), Activities and alarms, Climate and Automation . You can edit these groups using the Nokia Smart Home web interface (instructions for doing this are in Chapter 3) .

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    4 . Clicking on the Rooms icon takes you to the Rooms screen . This screen [Figure 4] shows the smart devices in your Nokia Smart Home that you paired to the ONT and assigned to rooms (Chapter 2 explains how to do this) .

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    6 . Clicking on the Consumption icon on the overview screen takes you to this screen [Figure 6] . It shows how much you’re paying for electricity and how much your appliances have consumed . Figure 5 Figure 6 66 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    [Figure 7] . It displays automation Scenarios, Rules and Schedules that you created using the Nokia Smart Home web interface (Chapter 3 explains how to do this) . You can execute these rules (for example, to turn the lights in a room on or off) but you can’t edit them in this app.

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    Chapter 2) . On this screen [Figure 1], New Camera has been assigned to the Balcony . 2 . Start video streaming by clicking on New Camera [Figure 2] . Figure 1 Figure 2 68 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 69: Appendix

    List of Wi-Fi devices Sl.No Vendor Model number Device type D-Link 2332-L Camera * The Range Extender is not visible in the Nokia Smart Home mobile app and Nokia Smart Home web interface . 69 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    . The information presented is subject to change without notice . Nokia assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies contained herein . Copyright © 2016 Nokia . All rights reserved . PR1606020776EN (July)

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