Alcatel-Lucent 1000 adsl User Manual

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    SAVE THESE IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS! 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the...

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    • If the product has been dropped or the housing has been damaged; • If the product exhibits a...

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    Co C on en ntte ntts s N Noottee:: When using hyperlinks to navigate through this document, you may use...

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    MODEM CONNECTIONS Connector Pinout Power Supply Visual Indicators Subscriber Line Interface Ethernet Interface Single PC Configuration Straight-Through Cable Layout Multiple...

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    LAN Protocols Supported Known Limitations ADVANCED CONFIGURATIONS Overview IP Parameters Sample Configurations Ping-of-Life Procedure Ping-to-Defaults Procedure CHANGING THE MODEM...

  • Page 7: SECTION 1: QUICK START PROCEDURES

    SECTION 1: QUICK START PROCEDURES This section of the 1000 ADSL High Speed Modem User’s Guide provides the basic instructions...

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    W Waallll--M Moou unnttiin nggO Oppttiio onn Part of the packaging is a wall-mounting template. If you want to mount...

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    Template Corner Figure 1. Wall-Mounting Instructions F Fiilltte err IIn nsstta alllla attiio onn To maintain normal phone service,...

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    D Deette errm miin niin nggY Yoou urr S Seerrvviic ceeT Tyyp pee N Noottee:: Before continuing, you must know...

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    S Syysstte emmR Reeq quuiirre emme ennttss The Alcatel 1000 ADSL high speed modem requires a PC or workstation equipped...

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    13. When the TCP/IP Properties window appears, click the IP Address tab. 14. If your service is DHCP, click the...

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    P POOIIN NTTT TOOP POOIIN NTTS SEER RVVIIC CEE If your service provider is providing point to point (PPP) service,...

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    6. Connect one end of the Alcatel Data Cable (provided) to the modem connector labeled 10BASE-T. 7. Connect the other...

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    N Noottee:: If you installed Windows 95 from a CD, have the Windows 95 CD ready before you begin...

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    N Noottee:: If you do not see the VPN adapter on the list, it means that the operating system...

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    12. Your PC will prompt you to insert your Windows 98 CD. When you do this, VPN will install, and...

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    Figure 3. VPN Server Field (Windows 98 example) 8. Enter 10.0.0.138 (default IP address of the ADSL modem). 9....

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    Figure 4. Dial-Up Networking Folder (Windows 95 Example) Make the Connection After configuring the PPP connection, make the connection:...

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    Figure 5. Connect To (Windows 98 Example) 4. Enter the User name and Password (the IP address defaults to...

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    If you intend to use this connection often, it may be useful to create a shortcut to it on your...

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    Figure 7. Network Window 4. Select the Protocols tab and click Add. The Select Network Protocol Window appears (see...

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    Figure 8. Select Network Protocol Window 5. Scroll the dialog box and select Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol from the list....

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    10. Click OK to continue. This initiates configuration of the RAS. N Noottee:: You have completed the first part of...

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    Figure 13. Configure Port Usage Window 15. Select the Dial-out only option and click OK. 16. Perform steps 14...

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    To configure a connection to your corporate network or ISP, do the following: 1. Double-click the My Computer icon. 2....

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    N Noottee:: You can assign more than one phone number to each entry. This might be useful if you...

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    N Noottee:: User name and password are unique for a specific remote destination. They must be entered each time...

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    A ATTM M--2 255S SEER RVVIIC CEE If your service provider is providing ATM-25 Service, your ADSL modem should have...

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    Power/Sync Light The Power/Sync light begins blinking. After about two minutes, the light should be solid green. If the light...

  • Page 32: SECTION 2: DESCRIPTION OF FEATURES

    SECTION 2: DESCRIPTION OF FEATURES The Alcatel 1000 ADSL high speed modem provides high speed virtual connections to multiple services...

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    ADSL Modem Remote Splitter Small Office User ATM Network Ethernet/ ATMF Residential User Access Server Access Server Internet Information...

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    • Power Switch - On/Off switch Figure 16. Connectors on ADSL Modem Noottee:: N The modem has either an ATMF-25...

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    Table C. Connector Pinout Connector Pin Signal Function No. Name Line 2 Wire_A Subscriber line wire A 5 Wire_B...

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    continuously green, the ADSL modem is ready for operation with terminal equipment. V Viissu uaall IIn nddiic caatto orrss...

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    S Suub bssc crriib beerr L Liin nee IIn ntte errffa acce e The ADSL access network provides two types...

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    S Siin ngglle ePPC CCCo onnffiig guurra attiio onn A single PC with integrated Ethernet port or Ethernet Personal Computer...

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    N Noottee:: If the port of the hub connected to the ADSL modem is equipped with an MDI/MDI-X switch...

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    C Crro osssso ovve err C Caab blle eLLa ayyo ouutt ADSL Modem Hub 1 1 Receive Twisted-Pairs Receive 2...

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    N NEET TWWO ORRK KCCO ONNN NEEC CTTIIO ONNS S The Alcatel 1000 ADSL high speed modem supports two methods...

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    ATM devices in the network. An end-to-end connection is established by linking the virtual connections between devices. This requires all...

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    Table F. Ethernet Parameters Connection VPI VCIs Encaps ulation Bridged 8 35, 43, 51, 59 RFC 1483 [1] PPP/PPTP...

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    The VPI/VCI values for Ethernet/bridging are listed in table G. Table G. Ethernet VPI/VCI Values Parameter Value Meaning VPI 8...

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    could connect about 50 systems per port to completely fill up the database (the upstream bandwidth is limited to 1...

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    Each time the PC starts up, it automatically broadcasts an IP address request. When the remote entity responds to this...

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    discarded. Also, all multicast frames arriving on the remote virtual port(s) are silently discarded. Broadcast Traffic on Bridge Por ts...

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    P POOIIN NTTT TOOP POOIIN NTTT TUUN NNNE ELLIIN NGGC COON NNNE ECCT TIIO ONNS S IIn nttrro oddu uccttiio...

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    Because PPTP tunneling is based on the IP protocol, an IP connection between your local PCs and the modem must...

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    Figure 27. All ATM Channels to a Single Remote Destination Specific Connection It is possible to connect to more than...

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    You can specify the ATM connection to use by inserting C:n in the VPN Server field of the Connect To...

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    Figure 31. Specifying a Name in the VPN Server Field N Nuum mbbe err o off P PPPP P//P PPPT...

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    One Tunnel Windows 95 and Windows 98 allow you to create only one tunnel at a time. This means that...

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    • The modem is preconfigured with IP address 10.0.0.138 • The default IP address can be changed to a different...

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    Table I. Default Netmask IP Address Class Default Netmask A 255.0.0.0 B 255.255.0.0 C 255.255.255.0 S Saam mpplle eCCo...

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    Table J. Address Allocation for Private Networks IP Address Range Allocation 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255 1 class A network number...

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    Automatic IP Parameter Distribution The modem can also operate in more advanced local networks that rely on a BOOTP server...

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    1. Select Start from the Windows 95 taskbar. 2. Select Programs. 3. Select MS-DOS prompt. 4. In the DOS window,...

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    For example: arp -a -N 138.203.5.172 Example of response: Interface: 138.203.5.172 on Interface 2 Internet Address Physical Address Type 138.203.4.76...

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    N Noottee:: You may also leave the entry in the ARP cache; it does not affect modem operation. N...

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    C CHHA ANNG GIIN NGGT THHE EMMO ODDE EMMS SEET TTTIIN NGGS S This section describes how to access the...

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    N Noottee:: The modem’s default IP address is 10.0.0.138. The welcome page appears. The modem now operates as a...

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    W Weellc coom meeP Paag gee The welcome page provides the following buttons: Initial Setup Click this button to access...

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    Because the Alcatel 1000 ADSL modem supports multihoming (one interface supporting multiple IP addresses), the manually configured IP address and...

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    Default Gateway If you want to use the modem in a more advanced local network, you can supply the IP...

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    The modem can operate with multiple IP addresses (multi-homing), but there can be only one active default gateway. If BOOTP/DHCP...

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    • Automatic - parameters acquired automatically through BOOTP/DHCP Configuration Table • Additional - parameters added via IP Address Table Action...

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    Bridge Encap FCS VPI VCI State Action Port Use input fields below to add entry - LLCSNAP NO 8...

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    State This field allows you to change the state of the individual remote ports. By default, only two ports (one...

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    B Baassiic cPPP PPP//P PPPT TPPC Coon nffiig guurra attiio onn The PPTP configuration page provides a PPTP Destination Table...

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    A Addvva annc ceed dPPP PPP//P PPPT TPPC Coon nffiig guurra attiio onn This page contains the PPTP Connection table....

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    HDLC Framing PPP packets arriving via a PPTP tunnel and PPP packets encapsulated on ATM connections differ in format. The...

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    C Coon nffo orrm maan ncce eDDe ecclla arra attiio onnss IIn ntte errffe erre ennc cee IIn nffo orrm...

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    If your Alcatel product causes interference to radio or television reception when it is in use, you might correct the...

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    T TRRO OUUB BLLE ESSH HOOO OTTIIN NGGT TIIP PSS Problem Solution ADSL modem does not work Verify that the...

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    3EC 16389 ABAA TCZZA Edition 01 EAlcatel 1999 - All Rights Reserved

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