ADS Technologies NetDSL 800 ADSL Modem version 5.2b1 user manual

User manual for the device ADS Technologies NetDSL 800 ADSL Modem version 5.2b1

Device: ADS Technologies NetDSL 800 ADSL Modem version 5.2b1
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ARESCOM
NetDSL 800 ADSL
Modem
version 5.2b1
User’s Guide
Published April 2000

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Copyright © Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 ARESCOM, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this documentation or software may be reproduced or distributed in any form without prior written permission from ARESCOM, Inc. ARESCOM, Inc. has the right to make revisions and to change the contents of this document without any obligation to provide prior notice of such revisions and changes. ARESCOM, Inc. provides this documentation without any kind of warranty, either expressed or implied, i

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Table of Contents 1. Before You Begin 1.1 Hot Features ......................................................... 1-1 1.2 Package Includes ................................................. 1-1 1.3 Minimum System Requirements ........................ 1-2 1.4 Information You Will Need .................................. 1-2 2. Hardware Installation 2.1 Diagram of the NetDSL ........................................ 2-1 2.2 Safety First ........................................................... 2-3 2

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Table of Contents 5. Configuration 5.1 Configuration .......................................................5-1 5.2 Outline of Configuration ...................................... 5-2 5.3 General Configuration ......................................... 5-3 5.4 LAN Configuration ............................................... 5-6 5.5 DSL Configuration ............................................... 5-8 5.6 Configuration File .............................................. 5-11 6. Status Feature 6.

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Before You Begin 1 1 1 1 This Chapter Includes: 1.1 Hot Features........................................... 1-1 1.2 Package Includes ................................... 1-1 1.3 Minimum System Requirements............. 1-2 1.4 Information You Will Need ...................... 1-2 1.1 Hot Features Bridge Packet Filtering Table You can monitor and restrict the traffic flow through your NetDSL modem. This is useful for protecting your network from undesired intrusion, and for preventing selected lo

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Minimum System Requirements 1.3 Minimum System Requirements  ADSL line  10BaseT Ethernet or USB interface CD-ROM drive NetDSL gives you the option of configuring the modem using the Arescom NetDSL Manager. The system requirements for each are listed below: Using the NetDSL Manager:  Ethernet card ®  PC* with at least a 486 microprocessor (Pentium recommended) CD-ROM drive  At least 4 MB of space available on the hard disk drive ® ® ®  Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000 or Windows NT 4.0 Opera

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Hardware Installation 2 2 2 2 This Chapter Includes: 2.1 Diagram of the NetDSL .......................... 2-1 2.2 Safety First ............................................. 2-3 2.3 Setup Instructions................................... 2-3 2.4 Connect to the Ethernet.......................... 2-4 2.5 Connect to the ADSL Interface............... 2-6 2.6 Connect to the USB Interface................. 2-7 2.7 Connect to Power................................... 2-8 2.1 Diagram of the NetDSL Back Panel

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Hardware Installation Front Panel Interfaces Figure 2.2 Front Panel Interfaces for NetDSL PWR (Power) A green LED is ON when power is supplied to the NetDSL. DIAG (Diagnostic) The yellow DIAG LED is an indicator that shows the NetDSL modem has been successfully booted up and the software is functional. When NetDSL is powered on, the DIAG LED flashes while the router is booting up. After 10 to 15 seconds, the DIAG LED stops flashing and remains off. LAN The LAN LED displays the LAN connection

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Hardware Installation 2.2 Safety First Personal Safety  In case of emergency, locate the closest electricity power-off switch.  Refrain from touching any active wires or terminals.  Remove jewelry before working on equipment connected to electricity.  Keep cables away from walkways.  Dispose of this product in accordance with national laws and regulations. Product Handling  Keep ventilation slots clear.  Operate in a clean and dust-free location.  Cables must be attached to the correc

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Hardware Installation 2.4 Connect to the Ethernet Step 1. Locate your Ethernet cable (included). Step 2. Attach the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet interface of your NetDSL. Step 3. Plug in the loose end of the Ethernet cable to your Ethernet network. Option 1. Attach the included Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on a PC. Figure 2.3 Connecting to a Ethernet Port on a PC Option 2. Attach the included Ethernet cable to the uplink port on a hub. Figure 2.4 Connecting to the Uplink Port on a N

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Hardware Installation ports on a hub. Figure 2.5 Connecting to the Non-Uplink Port on a Network Hub Step 4. The LAN LINK LED on the front panel should be lit green to indicate a valid Ethernet connection. If the LAN LINK LED is not lit, then repeat steps 1 through 3. Note: See Appendix B Ethernet Cable Pinout for further information about the differences between a straight-through cable and a crossover cable. 2-5

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Hardware Installation 2.5 Connect to the ADSL Interface Step 1. Plug the RJ-11 connector end of the ADSL phone cable (included) in the DSL interface of the modem. The ADSL phone cable is provided (RJ-11 to RJ-45). Step 2. Connect the RJ-45 connector end of the ADSL phone cable to the ADSL outlet on the wall. Figure 2.6 Connecting the DSL Interface 2-6 NetDSL Software User’s Guide

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Hardware Installation 2.6 Connect to the USB Interface Step 1. Plug the Type-B (square-shaped) end of the USB detachable cable (included) into the USB port of the modem. Step 2. Plug the Type-A (flat-shaped) end of the USB detachable cable into the USB port of your PC. Step 3. Do not turn on the power switch until software installation is complete. Proceed to Section 3.11 “Installing the Software Drivers.” Figure 2.7 Connecting to the USB Interface 2-7

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Hardware Installation 2.7 Connect to Power Step 1. Plug the power adapter in the Power interface of the NetDSL. Step 2. Connect one end of the power cord to the power adapter, and insert the other end of the power cord to the power outlet on the wall. Step 3. To activate the NetDSL, turn the ON/OFF switch to ON. Figure 2.8 Connecting to a Power Supply 2-8 NetDSL Software User’s Guide

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f Software Installation 3 3 3 3 This Chapter Includes: 3.1 About TCP/IP.......................................... 3-1 3.2 Detecting TCP/IP in Windows® 95/98.... 3-1 3.3 Installing TCP/IP in Windows® 95/98..... 3-2 3.4 Configuring TCP/IP in Windows® 95/98 3-2 3.5 Detecting TCP/IP in Windows® 2000..... 3-3 3.6 Installing TCP/IP in Windows 2000 ........ 3-3 3.7 Configuring TCP/IP in Windows® 2000 . 3-4 3.8 Detecting TCP/IP in Windows® NT 4.0.. 3-4 3.9 Installing TCP/IP in Windows® NT 4.0... 3-5 3.

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Installing TCP/IP in Windows® 95/98 A. If you see TCP/IP listed under Network Components, you already ® have TCP/IP on your Windows 95/98. Proceed to configuration ® directions for Windows 95/98 in Section 3.4. B. If you do not see TCP/IP listed under Network Components, you do ® not have TCP/IP on your Windows 95/98. Proceed to the next ® section, “Installing TCP/IP in Windows 95/98.” 3.3 Installing TCP/IP in ® Windows 95/98 Step 1. From the Configuration tab in the Network window, click

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Detecting TCP/IP in Windows® 2000 To enable static IP addressing Step 1. Click Specify an IP Address and then type the IP Address and Subnet Mask (for your PC). Step 2. Click the Gateway tab. Step 3. Type in your Gateway IP Address (the LAN IP address for the NetDSL) from your ISP and then click Add. Step 4. Click the DNS tab. Enter the Host name, Domain name, and DNS Service Search Order (for your LAN) and then click Add. Step 5. Click OK to exit TCP/IP Properties window and click OK to ex

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Configuring TCP/IP in Windows® 2000 Step 3. Choose the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) icon from the Network Protocol list box, then click OK. Step 4. Check to see if Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is listed under Network Components. A. If you do not see TCP/IP listed under Network Components, you have not installed TCP/IP. Repeat steps 1 - 4. B. If you see TCP/IP listed under Network Components, you already have TCP/IP on your Windows 2000. Proceed to “Configuring TCP/IP in Windows 2000” in the nex

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Installing TCP/IP in Windows® NT 4.0 3.9 Installing TCP/IP ® in Windows NT 4.0 Note: Consult your Network Administrator if you do not have authorization to change settings for your PC. Step 1. From the Protocols tab in the Network window, click Add. Step 2. Select TCP/IP Protocol listed under Network Protocols, Click OK. Step 3. Check to verify that TCP/IP is listed under Network Protocols, then Click OK. A. If you do not see TCP/IP listed under Network Protocols, you have not installed TC

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Installing the Software Drivers 3.11Installing the Software Drivers Your PC should have detected the USB to Ethernet as soon as the USB cable is plugged in. The following instructions will help you complete the USB installation procedure. Step 1. After your PC detects an USB connection, a message window appears to indicate that the software driver installation process is about to begin. Click Next to start the installation process. Figure 3.1 USB Installation Step 1 Step 2. The next message


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