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Broadband Phone Gateway BPG510
Technical Users Guide
(Firmware version 0.14.1 and later)
© 2006, 8x8 Inc.
BPG510 User Interface Guide Table of Contents About your Broadband Phone Gateway (BPG510)............................................. 4 Opening the BPG510's Configuration Utility ...................................................... 4 Connecting to Your Broadband Modem.............................................................. 6 Setting up with DHCP.......................................................................................... 6 Setting up with PPPoE .....................
BPG510 User Interface Guide About your Broadband Phone Gateway (BPG510) FRONT (1) Power – The Power light is solid green when the power is on. (2) Service – The Service light is solid green when you are authenticated with Packet8 (3) WAN – The WAN light is green to indicate that your modem is connected properly to the Internet. It blinks rapidly when information is being sent over the port between BPG510 and the modem. (4) LAN – The LAN light is green when a PC or other networking
BPG510 User Interface Guide Opening the BPG510's Configuration Utility Your BPG510 VoIP phone provides a browser-based configuration utility. You can configured the phone using the same web browser you use to surf the Internet. To open your phone's configuration utility, follow these instructions: 1. Connect a computer with a web browser directly to the LAN port of your BPG510. (You may be able to connect to the BPG510 through a router or wireless access point, but if you have any diffic
BPG510 User Interface Guide If you have any trouble opening the utility, first check the connection between your computer and the BPG510. Then, reboot your computer while it is connected to the BPG510. © 8x8 Inc., 2005 Page 5 of 27
BPG510 User Interface Guide Connecting to Your Broadband Modem Setting up with DHCP The BPG510 is configured for use with Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) by default. If your broadband connection uses DHCP, then you simply have to connect your phone's WAN port to your broadband modem and then connect the power on the phone. (See the BPG510 Router configuration Guide for detailed connection diagrams.) If you have disabled the DHCP client (for example, it you have used your pho
BPG510 User Interface Guide Setting up with PPPoE Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) is often used by DSL broadband providers to connect and authenticate users on their networks. The service provider will give you a user name and password, and usually some additional software you need to run in order to go online. The BPG510 can take the place of the additional PPPoE software, allowing you to establish and maintain your broadband connection without running any extra programs o
BPG510 User Interface Guide Connecting Local Computers Connecting a single computer If you want to connect a single computer to the Internet through your BPG510, use a standard CAT5 Ethernet cable to connect the BPG510's LAN port to your computer's Ethernet port. You may have to reboot your computer after you connect it to the phone, but no other configuration should be necessary. Connecting a local network If you have more than one device you want to connect to the Internet, then you wi
BPG510 User Interface Guide 5. Under Port Range, enter the first port of the range you want to forward in the first box and the last port of the range in the second box. If the service you are supporting only uses one port, enter the same port number in both boxes. Ports in each range must be consecutive. If your service uses non-consecutive ports, simply enter them as two separate port ranges. 6. Under Protocol, select whether the ports in the range are UDP ports, TCP ports, or BOT
BPG510 User Interface Guide CAUTION The BPG510 cannot protect a computer running as a DMZ from malicious access. Any computer running as a DMZ should be running a PC based firewall. Traffic sent to the DMZ is still subject to translation by NAT. This means that applications that are damaged by NAT will still be affected. 1. Open the configuration utility. 2. In the menu bar down the left side of the screen, select LAN. 3. In the menu bar across the top of the screen, select DMZ. This
BPG510 User Interface Guide Detailed Screen Reference WAN Menu WAN Status The WAN Status screen displays information about the connection between the BPG510 and the DSL or cable modem. Interface Status ENABLED YES indicates the WAN interface has been activated. NO indicates the interface has not been activated. PROTOCOL Displays the protocol the BPG510 uses to communicate with the modem. INTERFACE UP indicates the interface is functioning. DOWN indicates the interface is not STATUS
BPG510 User Interface Guide WAN Configuration The WAN Configuration screen allows you to set the BPG510 to operate with your DSL/cable modem. CAUTION Saving the WAN Configuration reboots the BPG510. Device Operating Mode This section allows you to select BPG510 as a switch or a router device. If you connect BPG If you are connecting BPG510 as a client behind another router then you will select BPG510 as a SWITCH. Obtain WAN configuration dynamically Select this option if you do no
BPG510 User Interface Guide GATEWAY is the IP address of your service provider's router. DNS ADDRESS Enter the IP address of the Domain Name System (DNS) server used by your service provider. Use the following format: XXX.XXX.XXX.X PPPoE The WAN PPPoE screen configures the BPG510 to support point-to-point protocol over Ethernet. CAUTION Saving the PPPoE Configuration reboots the BPG510. Enable PPPoE Select YES to activate the PPPoE protocol. Authentication Enter the USERNAME a
BPG510 User Interface Guide MAC Cloning The MAC address is a unique hardware address assigned to each Ethernet device. If your provider requires you to have a single MAC address, enter the MAC address that your provider expects. The BPG510 will then transmit all packets as if they originated from that MAC address. LAN Menu LAN Configuration The LAN Configuration screen controls the IP address of the LAN port on the BPG510. If you have an another device controlling IP address assignm
BPG510 User Interface Guide DHCP Server Configuration The DHCP Server Configuration screen enables the router to automatically assign IP address to attached computers using the Dynamic Host Control Protocol. Server Configuration Select ENABLED to activate the DHCP server and have the BPG510 assign IP addresses for connected devices. © 8x8 Inc., 2005 Page 15 of 27
BPG510 User Interface Guide Client IP Address Range Enter the range of IP addresses available to local devices. The BPG510 can support 32 IP addresses, and the address range must be consecutive numbers between 1 and 255. Client Network Information Domain Name Enter the domain name used by the local LAN, if any. DNS Server 1 & 2 st nd Enter the IP addresses of the primary (1 ) and secondary (2 ) DNS servers used by the local LAN. Static Address Assignments Complete this information to
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BPG510 User Interface Guide Router Configuration Dynamic Routing Dynamic routing allows the BPG510 to learn routing tables from other network devices by means of the Routing Information Protocol (RIP). With RIP, network devices can broadcast messages containing information on the status of network connections. RX Mode means we listen to and process RIP messages, TX Mode means we send RIP information to other routers. RX Mode Select ENABLED to have the BPG510 process any RIP messages
BPG510 User Interface Guide Gateway IP Enter the IP address of the gateway (i.e., the next router in the network path) to the destination device. Destination IP Address Enter the IP address of the device you want to configure static routing for. Any Ethernet packets destined for this IP address will be routed according to this configuration. Metric Enter the metric associated with this static route. The Metric field corresponds roughly to the number of hops it takes to get to the ne
BPG510 User Interface Guide Reserved Ports The adaptor reserves ports 5060-5061 and 10000-10015. Port Forwarding to LAN PORT RANGE Enter the first and last numbers of the port range you wan to map to this computer. If you want to forward a single port only, enter the same port number in both spaces. NOTE: Port ranges are consecutive. If you need to assign non- consecutive ports to a computer, you must enter that computer twice with different port ranges. PROTOCOL Select TCP, UDP, or B
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