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  • Page 1: User Manual

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual VER: 1.0...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Contents Safety Precautions......................1 Overview.........................2 Application......................2 Features......................2 Standards Compatibility and Compliance........... 3 Hardware Description and Hardware Installation............ 4 Hardware Description..................4 3.1.1 Front Panel...................4 3.1.2 Rear Panel................... 5 Hardware Installation..................5 3.2.1 Connecting the Device............... 5 PC Network Configuration and Login................ 7 PC Network Configuration................
  • Page 3 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.3.7 DMZ Host................... 25 5.3.8 RIP Setup................... 26 Firewall......................29 5.4.1 Basic....................29 5.4.2 Filtering....................30 5.4.3 Local Log....................31 5.4.4 Remote Log..................32 VPN.........................33 5.5.1 Basic....................33 5.5.2 IPsec....................33 5.5.3 Event Log................... 34 Wireless......................35 5.6.1 Radio....................35...
  • Page 4 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Q&A..........................57...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Safety Precautions Read the following information carefully before operating the device. Please follow the following precaution items to protect the device from risks and damage caused by fire and electric power: Use volume labels to mark the type of power.
  • Page 6: Overview

    The SR808ac is targeted towards DOCSIS/EuroDOCSIS3.0 cable modem, eMTA and gateway with 24 downstream channels and 8 upstream channels. The SR808ac incorporates a variety of industry standard peripheral interfaces including dual IEEE802.3 10/100/1000Mbps interface, one with integrated GPHY, and dual USB2.0 interfaces (Host and Host/Device) with integrated PHYs.
  • Page 7: Standards Compatibility And Compliance

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Print server  Web filtering  Remote update  System statistics and monitoring  Standards Compatibility and Compliance Support application level gateway (ALG)  DOCSIS/EuroDOCSIS3.0  IEEE 802.3  IEEE 802.3u  IEEE 802.11a ...
  • Page 8: Hardware Description And Hardware Installation

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Hardware Description and Hardware Installation Hardware Description 3.1.1 Front Panel The following table describes the indicators on the front panel. Indicator Color Status Description The device is powered on and the device Power Green operates normally.
  • Page 9: Rear Panel

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Indicator Color Status Description EMTA has registered with CMTS FXS1/2 Green Blink EMTA send register request to CMTS EMTA is no detected 3.1.2 Rear Panel The following table describes the interfaces or the buttons on the rear panel.
  • Page 10 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Step3 Plug one end of the power adapter to the wall outlet and connect the other end to the Power port of the CMRG.
  • Page 11: Pc Network Configuration And Login

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual PC Network Configuration and Login PC Network Configuration Each network interface on the PC should either be configured with a statically defined IP address and DNS address, or be instructed to automatically obtain an IP address using the network DHCP server.
  • Page 12 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 1 IP and DNS configuration TCP/IP configuration steps for Windows XP are as follows: Step1 Choose Start > Control Panel > Network Connections. Step2 Right-click the Ethernet connection icon and choose Properties. Step3 On the General tab, select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) component and click Properties.
  • Page 13: Logging In To The Bcm3384 Cable Modem

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Step6 Select the Obtain DNS server address automatically radio button. Step7 Click OK to save the settings. Logging In to the BCM3384 Cable Modem To log in to the BCM3384 cable modem, do as follows: Step1 Open a Web browser on your computer.
  • Page 14: Web-Based Management

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Web-Based Management This chapter describes how to use Web-based management of the Cable Modem, which allows you to configure and control all of cable modem residential gateway features and system parameters in a user-friendly GUI.
  • Page 15: Connection

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 4 Software page This page displays information about the hardware version, software version, MAC address, cable modem IP address, serial number, system “up” time, and network registration status. 5.1.2 Connection Choose Status > Connection and the following page appears.
  • Page 16: Security

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.1.3 Security Choose Status > Connection and the following page appears. To restore factory defaults, select the Yes radio button and click Apply. This will cause the device to reset. The factory default password is “Broadcom” and is case sensitive.
  • Page 17: Basic

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 6 Diagnostic information Two utilities are provided for troubleshooting network connectivity: Ping and Traceroute. Ping allows you to check connectivity between the CMRG and devices on the LAN. Traceroute allows you to map the network path from the CMRG to a public host.
  • Page 18: Setup

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 7 Submenus of basic 5.2.1 Setup Choose Basic > Setup , and the following page appears. Figure 8 Setup configuration Enter the information from the Required Information section as indicated: 1.If your ISP uses DHCP, select “DHCP” for the WAN Connection Type, and enter...
  • Page 19 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual If your ISP uses static IP addressing, select “Static IP” for the WAN Connection Type, and enter the information provided by your ISP for Static IP Address, Static IP Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS.
  • Page 20: Dhcp

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 9 Reload page Simply wait for the modem to reboot and click on the “Reload” link to re-enter the web interface where you made your last change. Most configuration items may be changed on the fly without a reboot.
  • Page 21: Ddns

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.2.3 DDNS Choose Basic > DDNS , and the following page appears. Figure 11 DDNS setup This page is used to configure DDNS. Dynamic DNS (DDNS) allows a dynamic IP address to be aliased to a static, pre-defined host name so that the host can be easily contacted by other hosts on the internet even if its IP address changes.
  • Page 22: Backup

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.2.4 Backup Choose Basic > Backup, and the following page appears. Figure 12 Backup setup In this page, you can save the current CMRG configuration settings to a local PC. You can then later restore these settings if you need restore a particular configuration, or to recover from changes you may have made that have had an undesirable effect.
  • Page 23: Advanced

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Advanced Choose Advanced and the submenus of Advanced are shown as below: Figure 13 Submenus of advanced 5.3.1 Options Choose Advanced > Options to display the following page.
  • Page 24 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 14 Options configuration This page allows you to configure the accessible features. To enable a feature, click the appropriate check box until it is “checked”. When you are satisfied with your selections, click on the Apply button.
  • Page 25: Ip Filtering

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual “ Remote Configuration Management” allows the CMRG to be administered (configured) from the WAN via surfing to the WAN IP address on port 8080 of the CMRG from anywhere on the Internet (e.g. at the browser URL window enter http://WanIPAddress:8080/ to access the CMRG remotely).
  • Page 26: Mac Filtering

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual also check the “enable” box and click apply. The enable box allows you to store filter settings commonly used but not have them active. 5.3.3 MAC Filtering Choose Advanced > MAC Filtering to display the following page.
  • Page 27: Forwarding

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 17 Port Filtering configuration This page is used to prevent PCs from sending outgoing TCP/UDP traffic to the WAN on specific IP port numbers. By specifying a starting and ending port range, you may determine what TCP/UDP traffic is allowed out to the WAN on a per-port basis.
  • Page 28: Port Triggers

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 18 Forwarding This allows for incoming requests on specific port numbers to reach web servers, FTP servers, mail servers, etc. so they can be accessible from the public internet. A table of commonly used port numbers is also provided.
  • Page 29: Dmz Host

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 19 Port Triggers Port Triggers are similar to Port Forwarding except that they are not static ports held open all the time. When the CMRG detects outgoing data on a specific IP port number set in the “Trigger Range”, the resulting ports set in the “Target Range” are opened for incoming (or sometimes referred to as bi-directional ports) data.
  • Page 30: Rip Setup

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual DMZ (De-militarized Zone) hosting (also commonly referred to as “Exposed Host”) allows you to specify the “default” recipient of WAN traffic that NAT is unable to translate to a known local PC. This can also be described as a computer or small sub-network that sits between the trusted internal private LAN, and the untrusted public Internet.
  • Page 31 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual RIP (Router Information Protocol) is used in WAN networks to identify and use the best known and quickest route to given destination addresses to help reduce network congestion and delays. NOTE: RIP messaging will only be sent upstream when running in Static IP Addressing mode on the Basic –...
  • Page 32 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 7223(config-router)#no validate-update 7223(config-router)#passive-interface cable 2/0 7223(config-router)#network 10.0.0.0 7223(config-router)#exit 7223(config)#inter cable 2/0 7223(config-if)#ip rip receive ver 2 7223(config-if)#ip rip authentication mode md5 7223(config-if)#ip rip authentication key-chain ubr 7223(config-if)#exit 7223(config)#exit In this example, we have named the key chain ‘ubr’. This was chosen arbitrarily. You can use any name you like as long as you specify the correct name when specifying which key chain to use for RIPv2 authentication.
  • Page 33: Firewall

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual * - candidate default, U - per-user static route, o - ODR P - periodic downloaded static route Gateway of last resort is 10.24.95.17 to network 0.0.0.0 10.0.0.0/8 is variably subnetted, 3 subnets, 2 masks 10.24.80.0/24 is directly connected, Cable2/0...
  • Page 34: Filtering

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual The “low” setting does not block any services/ports, however it does protect against invalid packets and well known attacks. The “medium” setting will cause the firewall to drop a packet unless it is on a specific port of allowed services, The allowed services are listed on the same page.
  • Page 35: Local Log

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual CPE’s can be prevented or permitted to access the Internet with entries in this webpage. Filter criteria is the mac address of the CPE and what types of packets that will be dropped. ToD filtering is accomplished on this page also.
  • Page 36: Remote Log

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual To enable the automatic email alerts, enter your email address in the space provided, enter that email account’s associated SMTP (Outgoing) mail server address and authentication credentials if required (provided by your ISP), check the “enable” box and click the Apply button.
  • Page 37: Vpn

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Choose VPN and the submenus of VPN are shown as below: Figure 21 Submenus of VPN 5.5.1 Basic Choose VPN > Basic to display the following page. Figure 22 Basic settings This page will the status of configured tunnels.To start the process of manually adding a new tunnel select the “Add New Tunnel”...
  • Page 38: Event Log

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 23 IPsec In this page, you are allowed to configure all aspects of the IPSec tunnel. 5.5.3 Event Log Choose VPN > Event Log to display the following page.
  • Page 39: Wireless

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Figure 24 Event Log configuration This page will events related to VPN. Wireless Choose Wireless and the submenus of Wireless are shown as below: 5.6.1 Radio Choose Wireless > Radio to display the following page.
  • Page 40 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page allows configuration of the physical parameters of your wireless network.The MAC address of the wireless interface is displayed at the top of the page. Wireless: Allows the wireless interface to be enabled and disabled.
  • Page 41: Radio

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Country First Channel Last Channel Worldwide, China, Europe Japan, Thailand, All Channels Israel Jordan Regulatory Mode: Selects either 802.11d or 802.11h modes of operation. These are amendments to the 802.11 specifications for solving interference issues with other transmission systems such as satellite or radar, and also transmission requirements in different parts of the world.
  • Page 42 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page allow you to configure the Primary Wireless Network. Primary Network: Enable or Disable the primary network. Guest networks may still be operational when the primary network is disabled. Network Name (SSID): Sets the Network Name (also known as SSID) of the primary network. This is a 1-32 ASCII character string.
  • Page 43 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual The Pre-Shared Key mode of the WPA algorithm which does not require use of a RADIUS server. This is also known as WPA Personal. WPA and WPA-PSK cannot be used at the same time. WPA2: An advanced form of WPA that is more secure.
  • Page 44: Guest Network

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This value indicates how often a station using Enterprise security needs to contact the RADIUS server. WEP Encryption: Sets the WEP encryption mode. Both 64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption modes are supported. When running Shared Key or 802.1x authentication, WEP encryption must be enabled.
  • Page 45 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual The page allows you to configure a secondary guest network on the wireless interface. This network is isolated from the LAN. Any clients that associate with the guest network SSID will be isolated from the private LAN and can only communicate with WAN hosts.
  • Page 46: Advanced

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Lease Pool Start: This specifies the starting IP address for the guest network lease pool. Lease Pool End: This specifies the ending IP address for the guest network lease pool. Lease Time: This specifies the lease time for the guest network lease pool, once the CMRG completes WAN provisioning.
  • Page 47 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual In Auto mode the AP will use RTS/CTS protection to improve 802.11g performance in mixed 802.11g + 802.11b networks. Turn protection Off to maximize 802.11g throughput under most conditions. Xpress Technology: Enable Broadcom proprietary method of block frame acknowledgement for 802.11g frames.
  • Page 48: Access Control

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Sets the RTS threshold. Packets exceeding this threshold will cause the AP to perform an RTS/CTS exchange to reserve the wireless medium before packet transmission. 5.6.5 Access Control Choose Wireless > Access Control to display the following page.
  • Page 49: Wmm

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual it is removed from the list. For each client, the age (in seconds), estimated average receive signal strength (in dBm), IP address, and host name are presented. The age is the amount of time elapsed since data was transmitted to or received from the client.
  • Page 50: Bridging

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Sets No-Acknowledgement support. Choices are On or Off. When enabled, acknowledgments for data are not transmitted. Power Save Support: Sets Power Save support. Choices are On or Off. When Power Save is enabled, the AP queues packets for STAs that are in power-save mode. Queued packets are transmitted when the STA notifies AP that it has left power-save mode.
  • Page 51: Mta

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page allows you to configure wireless bridging, which is also known as Wireless Distribution System (WDS). Bridging allows you connect multiple wireless access points together to form a single network using wireless point-to-point links.
  • Page 52: Status

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.7.1 Status Choose MTA > Status to display the following page. This page displays initialization status of the MTA including Registration/Provisioning and line states. 5.7.2 DHCP Choose MTA > DHCP to display the following page.
  • Page 53: Qos

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page display information about the state of the DHCP client, tftp client and IP address of the DNS server, lease timers and DHCP option 122 values. 5.7.3 Choose MTA > QoS to display the following page.
  • Page 54: Event Log

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page display the contents of the MTA config file and the value of assorted MTA mib’s. 5.7.5 Event Log Choose MTA > Event Log to display the following page. This page display MTA events.
  • Page 55: Controller

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.8.1 Controller Choose Battery > Controller to display the following page. This page display general battery pack information and the Pico version (UPS driver). 5.8.2 Choose Battery > UPS to display the following page. This page displays the status of the individual batteries.
  • Page 56: Interface Delay

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual 5.8.3 Interface Delay Choose Battery > Interface Delay to display the following page. This page display the interface delay values. Each interface has the ability to support a different value for the shutdown delay that will be applied after switching to battery power.
  • Page 57: Approved Devices

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page allow you to config Linux based servers. The buttons on the right side of the page are short cuts to the buttons on the left side frame. 5.9.2 Approved Devices Choose USB > Approved Devices to display the following page.
  • Page 58: Storage Basic

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual after selecting the Safely Remove Device button. The user will be asked which device they want to remove. 5.9.3 Storage Basic Choose USB > Storage Basic to display the following page. This page allows you to configure the device name and what folders should be shared.
  • Page 59: Mediaserver

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page allows you to configure the device name. Additionally the workgroup name can is configured here. The Windows Network and FTP support can be enabled or disabled on this page. The IP address displayed in the link field is the Linux IP stack address that should be used for the FTP server address in the FTP clients.
  • Page 60 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual This page allow you to configure the DLNA media server. The media server name and the file names that will be scanned on the USB storage devices are configured using this page. If desired the media Server can scan the device periodically to check for...
  • Page 61: Fcc Radiation Exposure Statement

    SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Q&A (1) Q: Why all the indicators are off? A: Check the following:  The connection between the power adaptor and the power socket.  The status of the power switch. (2) Q: Why the Ethernet indicator is off? A: Check the following: ...
  • Page 62 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual antenna or transmitter. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 63 SR808ac Cable Modem User Manual Le présent émetteur radio (identifier le dispositif par son numéro de certification ou son numéro de modèle s'il fait partie du matériel de catégorie I) a été approuvé par Industrie Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d'antenne énumérés ci-dessous et ayant un gain admissible maximal et l'impédance requise pour chaque...