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Nokia Smart Home
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    G-240WZ-A GPON Residential Gateway A-240Z-A Ethernet Residential Gateway Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 2: Introduction

    ■ (supports A-240Z-A and G-240WZ-A) You’ll need to download and install the Nokia SmartHome app on your smartphone to help you set up the Nokia Smart Home solution. For a list of supported smart devices (Z–Wave, ZigBee and Wi-Fi devices),...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    How to setup a DDNS . .54 How to use a network clock to Appendix 3: Mobile app credentials ..22 setup the time on your ONT 3 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 4: Chapter 1: Connect Your Nokia Smart Home

    Chapter 1: Connect your Nokia Smart Home How to use the Nokia SmartHome mobile app to connect your Nokia Smart Home CPE and devices. Downloading the Nokia SmartHome 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 5: How To Setup Your Wireless Network

    Wi-Fi network will be displayed. 6. Click on the icon, and you will be directed to the Network screen. 7. From the Network screen, enable Wi-Fi access by selecting the Enable Wi-Fi option. Figure 2 5 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    10. From the 2.4GHz screen you can enable the 2.4GHz network by selecting the Enable option. From this screen, you can also configure other settings such as Mode, Bandwidth, Channel, Power, etc. (see Appendix 1 recommended Wi-Fi parameters). Figure 4 6 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 7: Wireless 5ghz

    3. From the 5GHz screen you can enable the 5GHz network by selecting the Enable option. From this screen, you can also configure other settings such as Mode, Bandwidth, Channel, Power, etc. (see Appendix 1 recommended Wi-Fi parameters). Figure 6 7 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 8: How To Setup A Guest Network

    This is often the case with gaming consoles, for example, which requires you to configure port forwarding on the ONT. 1. From the Home/Dashboard screen, select icon [Figure 2], then select the Advanced Settings option. Figure 8 8 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Forwarding, DDNS and Password. 3. Select the Port Forwarding option, and you will be directed to the Port Forwarding screen. Figure 9 4. From the Port Forwarding screen, select the Add option. Figure 10 9 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Custom Settings to get your own port forwarding settings. Figure 11 6. If you select App Name, the following screen appears that allows you to add port forwarding rules for the application named. Figure 12 10 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 11: How To Setup Parental Controls

    2. Select the IP Filter option, and you will be directed to the IP Filter screen. 3. From the IP Filter screen, select the Enable option, then you will be directed to the IP Filter detail screen. Figure 14 11 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 12: Mac Filtering

    From this screen, you can Enable or Disable the MAC filter option in the ONT. You can Block or Allow lists of MAC addresses. 3. Select the option to add a specific Mac address. Figure 16 12 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 13: Controlling Access To Websites

    If enabled you can select the mode of operation to either exclude or include URLs that will be filtered by the ONU, and add URLs (websites) that you wish to block or allow. Figure 18 13 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 14: How To Limit Access To Your Network

    1. From the Home/Dashboard screen, select icon [Figure 2], then select the Advanced Settings option 2. Select the DMZ option, and you will be directed to the DMZ screen. Figure 20 14 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 15: Application Level Gateway (alg)

    2. Select the ALG option, and you will be directed to the ALG screen. 3. From the ALG screen, you can enable or disable the ALG function for FTP, TFTP, SIP, H323, RTSP, L2TP and IPSec traffic. Figure 22 15 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 16: Firewall

    Figure 23 From the Firewall detail screen, 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 24 16 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 17: How To Change The Login Password Of The Ont

    Settings option, and you will be directed to the Settings screen. Figure 25 3. From the Settings screen, select the Change Password option, and you will be directed to the Change Password screen. Figure 26 17 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 18: How To Assign Ip Address To Devices In Your Network

    [Figure 2], then select the Advanced Settings option. END IP 192.168.1.253 2. Select the LAN option, and you will be directed to the LAN screen. LEASE TIME 1440 Minutes Figure 28 STATIC DHCP ENTRY 18 Nokia Smart Home user guide No Static DHCP...

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    Add option, and you will be directed to the Static DHCP screen. 4. Enter the MAC address of a specific device and the IP address you wish to assign to bind them together as a static entry. 19 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 20: How To Setup A Dns

    How to setup 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.

  • Page 21: How To Setup A Ddns

    2. Select the DDNS option, and you will be directed to the DDNS screen. 3. Select one of the DDNS available DDNSs, and you will be directed to the DDNS edit screen. Figure 33 21 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 22: How To Use A Network Clock To Setup The Time On Your Ont

    ONU login purposes. 1. From the Home/Dashboard screen, select icon [Figure 2], then select the Advanced Settings option. 2. Select the NTP option, and you will be directed to the NTP screen. Figure 35 22 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    5. Provide the interval time in the Interval Time input field provided. 6. Select a Time Zone for ONU login purposes and select Done. Figure 36 23 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 24: Chapter 2: Prepare Your Nokia Smart Home

    4. For login options, click the Show Advanced 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. 5. Click Log in. Figure 38 24 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 25: Adding A Device

    ONT will search for devices based on the selected protocol, and you will see the Searching screen. You will be prompted to press the hardware button on your device to begin the pairing process. Figure 41 25 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Confirm Device screen. Review the device to confirm it is the correct device, and then select the Next option on the upper right hand of the screen. Figure 45 26 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 27: Naming A Device

    Adding a room Next, you will be directed to the Rooms screen where you can add rooms and organize your smart devices by assigning them to the rooms they are located in. Figure 47 27 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    5. There is a Favorites option on this screen, which if selected, will allow the device to appear on the Home screen. Figure 49 28 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Device Added detail screen. Figure 50 8. Once you have returned to the Device Added detail screen, select the Done option on the right corner of the screen. Figure 51 29 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 30: Adding A Scene

    Adding a scene From the Home/Dashboard screen, select Scenes. Next, you will be directed to the Scenes screen where you will be prompted to add a scene. Select the Add Scene icon. Figure 53 30 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    New Scene screen. From this screen, select the + Custom option. Figure 54 5. Once you select + Custom option, you will be directed to a screen that will list devices you can add to your scene. Figure 55 31 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 32: Unpairing A Device

    3. Next, the system will begin searching for device to be unpaired. Note: you may need to press a button on the you are trying to unpair. Consult your device manual for details. Figure 57 32 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Once the unpairing process is complete, you will be directed to a screen that displays the message, “The Device Has Been Successfully Unpaired”. 8. Tap the Done button to return to the devices list. Figure 60 33 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 34: Creating An Automation

    , and you will be directed to the Automation screen. Figure 61 From the Automation screen, select the Add An Automation option, and you will be directed to the New Automation screen. Figure 62 34 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    New Automation screen. 4. From the New Automation screen, select the Custom option to create a new automation. Figure 63 Next, enter a unique name for your new automation. 6. Select the Done option. Figure 64 35 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    9. In this example, the Time trigger has been selected, which will direct you to the When Time screen where you can select a specific Time, or Sunrise, or Sunset, as times for your Automation trigger. Figure 66 36 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    (Kids Home From School) and trigger (3:15). 13. Next, you will need to add an action to the automation. Select the Add Action option. Figure 68 37 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Automation details screen for Outlet Two is displayed. 17. In this example, Outlet Two has the Power option turned on, and is located in the Living Room. Select, Next to proceed with the automations setup. Figure 70 38 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    20. For this example, the Days condition will be selected. 21. Next, you will be directed to the Days screen where you can select the specific days for the “But Only” condition. Figure 72 39 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Next option to continue. Figure 73 Next, you will be directed to the Edit Automation screen where you can view the triggers, conditions, and actions of the automation. 25. Select Done to continue. Figure 74 40 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Figure X, the “I’m Home” automation was a pre-existing automation. Figure 75 28. To activate the automation, select the Automation Name. You will now see a blue indicator showing that the automation is turned on. Figure 76 41 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 42: Setting Up A Security Video Camera

    2. Enable the WPS and put in PBC mode using the regular RG WebGUI for 2.4GHz or 5GHz based on the camera. 3. From the Home/Dashboard screen, select the Devices option. 4. Next, you will be directed to the Devices screen. Figure 78 42 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    Pair Device screen. Figure 79 6. From the Pair Device screen, select the WiFi Camera option. 7. Next, you will be directed to the Searching screen. Figure 80 43 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    12. Press WPS 2.4.G button (small black button in the back) once in the ONT. The camera will connect to ONT, and the blue LED will go off and you will see a solid green LED. 44 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    16. Select the Next option and you will be directed to the Assign Room screen. 17. From the Assign Room screen, you can select one of the existing rooms or create a new room by selecting the Custom option. Figure 84 45 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    From the WiFi Camera screen, you will be able to view the newly added camera and the room it was assigned to. 21. To change the camera password, select the About option from the WiFi Camera screen. Figure 86 46 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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    From the About screen, select the Change Password option, and you will be directed to the Change Password screen. Figure 87 23. From the Change Password screen, you can enter your new password then select the Done option. Figure 88 47 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 48: Chapter 3: View And Control Your Nokia Smart Home With The Mobile App

    ■ icon directs you to the Network screen. ■ icon directs you to the Automations screen. ■ icon directs you to the Notifications screen. ■ icon directs you to the Profile Manager screen. ■ 48 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 49: Network Screen

    Network detail screen where details of the selected network will be displayed. You can make the network discoverable/ ■ undiscoverable by selecting the Discoverable/Undiscoverable option. Figure 91 49 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 50: Automations Screen

    Automations screen From the Automations screen you can do the following: View existing automations ■ Manage existing automations ■ Edit existing automations ■ Delete existing automation ■ Add a new automation ■ Figure 93 50 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 51: Notification Screen

    • Optical mode status Refresh Connections allows you to add ■ devices that have lost connectivity to the system. Backup home settings. ■ Restore allows you to perform a factory ■ reset of the ONT. Figure 95 51 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 52: Appendix 1: Advanced Settings Network Parameters

    SSID, and set the encryption mode (OPEN, WEP, WPA/WPA2 Personal, WPA/WPA2 Enterprise). * 100% Wi-Fi transmit power for all regions outside of Europe is 500 mW; for 100% - Wi-Fi. 52 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 53: Appendix 2: Supported Devices

    Appendix 2: Supported devices 53 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

  • Page 54: Appendix 3: Mobile App Credentials

    Appendix 3: Mobile app credentials 54 Nokia Smart Home user guide...

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