Verizon Wireless Network Extender for Business User Manual Please read this manual before operating your device, and keep it for future reference.
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Section 1: Getting Started Introduction The Network Extender for Business enhances the in-building Verizon Wireless Network experience. This User Guide introduces the Verizon Wireless Network Extender for Business device. The following sections are included in this guide: Getting Started • Using Your Device •...
Heat Vents provide passive ventilation for the Network Extender for Business and allow for dissipation of internally generated heat. Note: The Network Extender for Business needs to remain vertical and in a well-ventilated location. The vertical position allows proper air flow to the internal components. DC 12V Power Port provides power to the Network Extender for Business when connected to the AC power supply and cord (included).
Plug the power supply connector into the DC 12V power port located at the rear of the Network Extender for Business (3). Insert one end of the power cord into the power supply and then plug the other end into an available power outlet (4). Confirm that the front LEDs are illuminated as indicated below: Note: Allow 3 - 5 minutes for the Network Extender for Business to complete the startup sequence and detect both its connections and available communications.
Section 2: Using Your Device Additional Setup Information This section provides an overview of the product, activation, and how to contact Verizon Wireless for assistance with service and the Network Extender for Business. Figure 1 : Network with NAT/PAT The Network Extender for Business facilitates the delivery of secure cellular traffic through the Internet to the Verizon Wireless network, which then routes the signal to the desired party. •...
In addition to the ports specified above, the table below details the FQDNs (Fully Qualified Domain Names) and the associated IP Address of the Domain Name. The Network Extender for Business solution requires access to each of the items listed below in order to deliver service. IP Address FQDN 184.108.40.206...
In a typical cubicle office environment, the units need to be placed 85 feet apart. • In a typical open warehouse, the units need to be placed 120 feet apart. • In a heavily obstructed environment, the units need to be placed 60 feet apart. •...
Accessing the Web Server Interface with the Default IP Address In the event that DHCP is not enabled, the following IP address is assigned to the Network Extender for Business. 192.168.1.10 Each Network Extender for Business is configured at the factory with the same user name and password, which are case sensitive: User Name: administrator Password: enterpriseFemt0 (zero at end) Web Server Configuration Guide...
Changing the User Name and Password Click on the user name/password option of “NE Management” tab to change the user name and password for access to the web server. This default user name and password can easily be determined by anyone who can access the Internet and look at this manual. In order to prevent disruption of service you should assign a different user name and password for the devices you plan to deploy at your business site.
IP Parameters The IP Parameters drop-down menu allows you to configure the static IP configuration as well as DSCP tagging. Note: Before configuring your IP Parameters, you must disable DHCP. IP Address The IP address menu allows configuration of the IPv4 address. Note: This parameter is REQUIRED for static IP Address assignment.
Default Gateway The Default Gateway allows configuration of the Default Gateway (router). Note: This parameter is REQUIRED for static IP Address assignment. DNS 1, DNS 2, DNS3 The DNS 1-3 interfaces allow the ability to statically configure up to 3 DNS servers. Note: DNS1 is REQUIRED for static IP Address assignment.
DSCP Use The DSCP Use Interface allows configuration if DSCP tagging should be enabled or not. DSCP allows the IT Administrator to set the outbound packets from the Network Extender for Business with a particular diffserv setting. Once set, LAN infrastructure downstream can react appropriately. Note that all voice and data traffic is tagged with the same setting. DSCP The DSCP page allows configuration of the DSCP value to tag outbound packets that are sent from the Network Extender for Business.
Cluster Mode Page The Network Extender for Business solution is a self install and self configuring system. However, there might be a situation in which the configuration should be modified. The Cluster Mode Page allows you to configure the cluster configuration. There are three choices (Standalone, Ingress and Non-Ingress). Standalone is used for a single unit at a physical site. The Cluster Mode Page allows you to configure the cluster configuration by selecting the Ingress Unit.
Changing the Ingress Member of the Cluster To choose another member of the cluster to take on the Ingress role, log into the selected member's web server and simply change from Non-Ingress to Ingress. The Verizon Network will automatically update the original Ingress member to Non-Ingress. Cluster Members Page The Cluster Members Page displays the roles of the other units of the Cluster.
If the Network Extender for Business has been configured for a static IP Address, a check will be performed prior to rebooting the device to verify all the required IP Parameters have been provided. If any are missing, an error message will be displayed and the reboot aborted. The following IP Parameters are required for static IP assignment: •...
Reset Tool A Java-based reset tool is available to reset the device to factory settings.The reset tool might be needed in the event that the customized username and/or password is misplaced or forgotten. The reset tool acts as a 'reset button', but can be used remotely without handling the unit. Reset Tool Network Configuration The tool must be run from a host (PC, workstation, laptop) with an IP address is contained within the same subnet range as configured in the Network Extender for Business.
STATIC_DNS2= NULL • STATIC_DNS= NULL • STATIC_WINS= NULL • DSCP_USE=ON • DSCP_VALUE= 46 • FOREIGN_USER_THROTTLING=OFF • • Web Access Admin=administrator • Web Access Passwd=enterpriseFemt0 Maintenance Notes These notes should be carefully reviewed before using the Network Extender for Business: See “General Precautions” on page 25. •...
Section 3: External GPS Antenna If the Verizon Wireless Network Extender for Business cannot receive a Global Positioning System (GPS) signal, it may be necessary to improve the reception by installing and then positioning the external GPS antenna. This section outlines the installation and relocation of this GPS antenna. Antenna Installation In some cases, because of its current location, the Network Extender for Business’s GPS antenna may not receive an active GPS signal.
Section 4: Troubleshooting This section provides troubleshooting tips and techniques. For more information, please visit us online at www.verizonwireless.com/support. • Power LED is not Illuminating – Ensure that one end of the power cord is securely connected to an active outlet and that the other end is properly connected to the power supply. –...
If the Network Extender for Business is configured to use DHCP and does not receive a response from the DHCP server after several retries, the device will assign itself the default IP address and then try to auto-reboot every 10 minutes. This 10 minute period allows a network administrator time to configure the device. If the Network Extender for Business is configured to use static addressing (DHCP off) but some of the IP Address configuration is missing, the Network Extender for Business will assign itself the default IP address and it will reboot every 10 minutes.
Section 5: LED Guide Purpose of Each LED The Network Extender for Business has 4 LEDs which are distinctly visible and labeled. The LED color could be either red or blue. Solid color indicates a permanent state and blinking LED indicates a transient state unless there is a failure.
Fast Indicates traffic activity Blinking (voice or data) on the NE. BLUE Solid Internal power failure NE is in POST progress GPSR Magenta Communication failure alarm issued Solid 1x is In-service but DO Green is in error Slow Software download in Blinking progress.
Solid Fast Solid System • Reason: • Check AAA provisioning. BLUE blinking BLUE Failure. Failure to setup VPN. Check SG health. • Cause: Check DNS. • • AAA provisioning, SG or DNS issue. • Symptom: Network Extender for Business restarts every 5 minutes. Solid Slow Solid...
Section 6: Network Extender for Business Acronym Table Acronym Table for Verizon Wireless Network Extender for Business Acronym Term CDMA-2000 AGPS Advanced GPS A-GPS Assisted GPS ANSI American National Standards Institute CDMA Code Division Multiple Access DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Domain Name System DSCP Differentiated Services Code Point...
Section 7: Important Safety Information This user guide contains important operational and safety information that will help you safely use your Network Extender for Business. General Precautions There are several simple guidelines to operating your Network Extender for Business properly and maintaining safe, satisfactory service. Avoid exposing your Network Extender for Business to rain or liquid spills.
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Index Acronym Table for Verizon Wireless Network Extender for Business Additional Setup Information Antenna Components Front View Rear View Default Gateway E911 Getting Started GPS Antenna Installation Mini-coax Connector Port Heat Vents Introduction Power System LED Combinations LED Guide LED Status Indicators Maintenance Notes Network Extender Basics...