G240WFV2 7368 ISAM GPON ONU User Manual 7368 ISAM ONT G-240W-F Product Guide Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell Co. Ltd.

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names mentioned herein may be trademarks or tradenames of their respective
owners.
The information presented is subject to change without notice. No responsibility is
assumed for inaccuracies contained herein.
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Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Nokia and must
not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Nokia without its
written authorization. Not to be used or disclosed except in accordance with
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1 Preface
This preface provides general information about the documentation set for optical
network terminals (ONTs).
1.1 Scope
This documentation set provides information about safety, features and functionality,
ordering, hardware installation and maintenance, and software installation
procedures for the current release.
1.2 Audience
This documentation set is intended for planners, administrators, operators, and
maintenance personnel involved in installing, upgrading, or maintaining the ONTs.
1.3 Required knowledge
The reader must be familiar with general telecommunications principles.
1.4 Acronyms and initialisms
The expansions and optional descriptions of most acronyms and initialisms appear
in the glossary.
1.5 Assistance and ordering phone numbers
Nokia provides global technical support through regional call centers. Phone
numbers for the regional call centers are available at the following URL:
http://support.alcatel-lucent.com.
For ordering information, contact your Nokia sales representative.
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1.6 Nokia quality processes
Nokia’s ONT quality practices are in compliance with TL 9000 requirements. These
requirements are documented in the Fixed Networks Quality Manual
3FQ-30146-6000-QRZZA. The quality practices adequately ensure that technical
requirements and customer end-point requirements are met. The customer or its
representatives may be allowed to perform on-site quality surveillance audits, as
agreed upon during contract negotiations
1.7 Safety information
For safety information, see the appropriate safety guidelines chapter.
1.8 Documents
Documents are available using ALED or OLCS.
Procedure 1
To download a ZIP file package of the customer documentation
Navigate to http://support.alcatel-lucent.com and enter your user name and password. If you
are a new user and require access to this service, please contact your Nokia sales
representative.
From the Technical Content for drop-down menu, choose the product.
Click on Downloads: Electronic Delivery.
Choose Documentation from the drop-down menu and click Next.
Select the image from the drop-down menu and click Next.
Follow the on-screen directions to download the file.
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To access individual documents
Individual PDFs of customer documents are also accessible through the Nokia Customer Support
website.
Navigate to http://support.alcatel-lucent.com and enter your user name and password. If you
are a new user and require access to this service, please contact your Nokia sales
representative.
From the Technical Content for drop-down menu, choose the product.
Click on Manuals and Guides to display a list of customer documents by title and part
number. You can filter this list using the Release drop-down menu.
Click on the PDF to open or save the file.
1.9 Special information
The following are examples of how special information is presented in this document.
Danger — Danger indicates that the described activity or
situation may result in serious personal injury or death; for
example, high voltage or electric shock hazards.
Warning — Warning indicates that the described activity or
situation may, or will, cause equipment damage or serious
performance problems.
Caution — Caution indicates that the described activity or
situation may, or will, cause service interruption.
Note — A note provides information that is, or may be, of
special interest.
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Procedures with options or substeps
When there are options in a procedure, they are identified by letters. When there are
required substeps in a procedure, they are identified by roman numerals.
Procedure 3
Example of options in a procedure
At step 1, you can choose option a or b. At step 2, you must do what the step indicates.
Procedure 4
This step offers two options. You must choose one of the following:
This is one option.
This is another option.
You must perform this step.
Example of required substeps in a procedure
At step 1, you must perform a series of substeps within a step. At step 2, you must do what the
step indicates.
This step has a series of substeps that you must perform to complete the step. You must
perform the following substeps:
This is the first substep.
ii
This is the second substep.
iii
This is the third substep.
You must perform this step.
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Multiple PDF document search
You can use Adobe Reader Release 6.0 and later to search multiple PDF files for a
common term. Adobe Reader displays the results in a single display panel. The
results are grouped by PDF file, and you can expand the entry for each file.
Note — The PDF files in which you search must be in the same
folder.
Procedure 5
To search multiple PDF files for a common term
Open Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Choose EditSearch from the Acrobat Reader main menu. The Search PDF panel appears.
Enter the search criteria.
Click on the All PDF Documents In radio button.
Select the folder in which to search using the drop-down menu.
Click on the Search button.
Acrobat Reader displays the search results. You can expand the entries for each document
by clicking on the + symbol.
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Table of contents
Preface ........................................................................................... 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.9.1
1.10
Scope....................................................................................................... 3
Audience .................................................................................................. 3
Required knowledge ................................................................................. 3
Acronyms and initialisms........................................................................... 3
Assistance and ordering phone numbers .................................................. 3
Nokia quality processes ............................................................................ 4
Safety information..................................................................................... 4
Documents ............................................................................................... 4
Special information ................................................................................... 5
Procedures with options or substeps ......................................................... 6
Multiple PDF document search ................................................................. 7
ETSI ONT safety guidelines ........................................................ 17
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.4
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.1.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
2.6
Safety instructions .................................................................................. 17
Safety instruction boxes .......................................................................... 17
Safety-related labels ............................................................................... 18
Safety standards compliance .................................................................. 19
EMC, EMI, and ESD compliance............................................................. 19
Equipment safety standard compliance ................................................... 19
Environmental standard compliance ....................................................... 20
Laser product standard compliance ........................................................ 20
Resistibility requirements compliance...................................................... 20
Acoustic noise emission standard compliance ........................................ 20
Electrical safety guidelines...................................................................... 20
Power supplies ....................................................................................... 21
Cabling................................................................................................... 21
Protective earth ...................................................................................... 21
ESD safety guidelines............................................................................. 21
Laser safety guidelines ........................................................................... 21
Laser classification ................................................................................. 22
Laser warning labels ............................................................................... 22
Transmit optical output............................................................................ 24
Normal laser operation............................................................................ 24
Location class......................................................................................... 25
Environmental requirements ................................................................... 25
ETSI environmental and CRoHS guidelines .............................. 27
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.2.1
3.1.2.2
Environmental labels .............................................................................. 27
Overview ................................................................................................ 27
Environmental related labels ................................................................... 27
Products below Maximum Concentration Value (MCV) label ................... 27
Products containing hazardous substances above Maximum Concentration
Value (MCV) label .................................................................................. 28
Hazardous Substances Table (HST) ....................................................... 29
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3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
ONT environmental requirements ........................................................... 30
Storage .................................................................................................. 30
Transportation ........................................................................................ 30
Stationary use ........................................................................................ 30
Thermal limitations.................................................................................. 30
Material content compliance.................................................................... 31
End-of-life collection and treatment ......................................................... 31
ANSI ONT safety guidelines ....................................................... 33
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.5
4.6
Safety instructions .................................................................................. 33
Safety instruction boxes in customer documentation ............................... 33
Safety-related labels ............................................................................... 34
Safety standards compliance .................................................................. 35
EMC, EMI, and ESD standards compliance ............................................ 36
Equipment safety standard compliance ................................................... 36
Environmental standards compliance...................................................... 37
Laser product standards compliance....................................................... 37
Resistibility requirements compliance...................................................... 38
Laser safety guidelines ........................................................................... 38
Laser warning labels ............................................................................... 38
Laser classification ................................................................................. 40
Transmit optical output............................................................................ 41
Normal laser operation............................................................................ 41
Location class......................................................................................... 41
Electrical safety guidelines...................................................................... 42
Power supplies ....................................................................................... 42
Cabling................................................................................................... 42
Protective earth ...................................................................................... 42
ESD safety guidelines............................................................................. 42
Environmental requirements ................................................................... 43
G-240W-F unit data sheet ........................................................... 45
5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.10.1
G-240W-F part numbers and identification .............................................. 45
G-240W-F general description ................................................................ 47
TR-069 support ...................................................................................... 48
TR-104 parameter extension support for voice service ............................ 49
Mobile offload support ............................................................................ 49
Bridged Residential Gateway (BRG) support ........................................... 49
G-240W-F software and installation feature support ................................ 50
G-240W-F interfaces and interface capacity............................................ 50
G-240W-F connections and components ................................................ 51
G-240W-F LEDs ..................................................................................... 53
G-240W-F detailed specifications ........................................................... 54
G-240W-F GEM ports and T-CONTs ...................................................... 55
G-240W-F performance monitoring statistics .......................................... 55
G-240W-F functional blocks.................................................................... 57
G-240W-F standards compliance ............................................................ 60
Energy-related products standby and off modes compliance ................... 61
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Wi-Fi service........................................................................................... 61
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Wi-Fi physical features............................................................................ 62
Wi-Fi standards and certifications ........................................................... 62
Wi-Fi GUI features .................................................................................. 62
G-240W-F ONT considerations and limitations........................................ 62
Install a G-240W-F indoor ONT ................................................... 65
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Purpose.................................................................................................. 65
General .................................................................................................. 65
Prerequisites .......................................................................................... 65
Recommended tools ............................................................................... 65
Safety information................................................................................... 66
Procedure............................................................................................... 67
Replace a G-240W-F indoor ONT ............................................... 73
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Purpose.................................................................................................. 73
General .................................................................................................. 73
Prerequisites .......................................................................................... 73
Recommended tools ............................................................................... 73
Safety information................................................................................... 74
Procedure............................................................................................... 75
Configure a G-240W-F indoor ONT............................................. 81
8.1
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.2.4
8.2.5
8.2.6
8.2.7
8.3
8.3.1
8.3.2
8.3.3
8.3.4
8.4
General .................................................................................................. 81
HGU mode GUI configuration ................................................................. 81
Login ...................................................................................................... 81
Device and connection status.................................................................. 82
Network configuration ............................................................................. 93
Security configuration ........................................................................... 109
Application configuration ....................................................................... 119
Maintenance......................................................................................... 128
RG troubleshooting counters................................................................. 140
SFU mode GUI configuration ................................................................ 142
Login .................................................................................................... 142
Device and connection status................................................................ 143
Network configuration ........................................................................... 146
Maintenance......................................................................................... 147
Operator ID .......................................................................................... 151
ONT configuration file over OMCI ............................................ 153
9.1
9.2
9.2.1
9.3
Purpose................................................................................................ 153
Supported configuration file types ......................................................... 153
Filename conventions ........................................................................... 155
ONT configuration file over OMCI.......................................................... 155
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ETSI ONT safety guidelines ........................................................ 17
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
PSE certification ..................................................................................... 19
Laser product label ................................................................................. 22
Laser classification label ......................................................................... 23
Laser warning labels ............................................................................... 24
ETSI environmental and CRoHS guidelines .............................. 27
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Products below MCV value label............................................................. 28
Products above MCV value label............................................................. 29
Recycling/take back/disposal of product symbol...................................... 31
ANSI ONT safety guidelines ....................................................... 33
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
Figure 11
Figure 12
Figure 13
Sample safety label on the ONT equipment ............................................ 35
Sample laser product label showing CDRH 21 CFR compliance ............. 37
Laser product label ................................................................................. 39
Laser classification label ......................................................................... 39
Laser warning labels ............................................................................... 40
Sample laser product safety label on the ONT equipment ....................... 41
G-240W-F unit data sheet ........................................................... 45
Figure 14
Figure 15
Figure 18
Figure 19
Figure 20
G-240W-F indoor ONT physical connections (back view) ........................ 51
G-240W-F ONT Reset, LED, WLAN, and WPS buttons and fiber
optic connection (bottom and side view).................................................. 52
G-240W-F indoor ONT LEDs .................................................................. 53
Single-residence Wi-Fi ONT with Gigabit Ethernet and POTS and
without RF video ..................................................................................... 58
G-240W-F ONT hardware block ............................................................. 59
G-240W-F ONT product label ................................................................. 60
G-240W-F ONT safety label .................................................................... 61
Install a G-240W-F indoor ONT ................................................... 65
Figure 21
Figure 22
Figure 23
G-240W-F indoor ONT wall mounting holes (bottom view) ...................... 67
G-240W-F indoor ONT connections (back view) ..................................... 68
G-240W-F ONT Reset, LED, WLAN, and WPS buttons and fiber
optic connection (bottom and side view).................................................. 69
G-240W-F indoor ONT with fiber cover open .......................................... 69
Figure 16
Figure 17
Figure 24
Figure 25
Figure 26
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G-240W-F indoor ONT Reset, LED, WLAN, and WPS buttons
(side)
.............................................................................................................. 75
G-240W-F indoor ONT connections (back view) ..................................... 76
G-240W-F indoor ONT fiber optic port (bottom view) ............................... 77
Configure a G-240W-F indoor ONT............................................. 81
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Figure 30
Figure 31
Web login window................................................................................... 82
Device Information window ..................................................................... 83
LAN status window ................................................................................. 84
WAN status window ................................................................................ 86
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WAN status IPv6 window ........................................................................ 87
Home networking information window ..................................................... 89
Optics module status window.................................................................. 90
LAN ports Statistics window .................................................................... 91
Voice Information window ....................................................................... 92
LAN network window .............................................................................. 94
LAN IPv6 network window ...................................................................... 96
WAN network window ............................................................................. 98
WAN DHCP window ............................................................................... 99
Wireless 2.4GHz network window ......................................................... 100
Wireless Schedule window ................................................................... 103
IP Routing network window ................................................................... 104
DNS network window ............................................................................ 105
TR-069 network window ....................................................................... 107
QoS Config window (L2) ....................................................................... 108
Firewall window .................................................................................... 110
MAC filter window ................................................................................. 111
IP filter window ..................................................................................... 112
URL Filter window ................................................................................ 114
Parental Control window ....................................................................... 115
DMZ and ALG window .......................................................................... 116
Access Control window ......................................................................... 118
Port forwarding window ........................................................................ 120
Port Triggering window ......................................................................... 121
DDNS window ...................................................................................... 122
NTP window ......................................................................................... 123
USB window ......................................................................................... 124
UPnP and DLNA window ...................................................................... 126
Voice setting window ............................................................................ 127
Password window ................................................................................. 129
Speed Test window .............................................................................. 130
LOID Config window ............................................................................. 131
SLID configuration window ................................................................... 132
Device management window ................................................................ 133
Backup and Restore window................................................................. 134
Firmware upgrade window .................................................................... 135
Reboot window ..................................................................................... 136
Factory default window ......................................................................... 137
Diagnostics window .............................................................................. 138
Log window .......................................................................................... 139
RG Troubleshooting Counters window .................................................. 141
Web login window................................................................................. 143
Device Information window ................................................................... 144
Optics module status window................................................................ 145
Wireless Schedule window ................................................................... 146
Password window ................................................................................. 148
LOID Authentication window ................................................................. 149
SLID configuration window ................................................................... 150
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ETSI ONT safety guidelines ........................................................ 17
Table 1
Safety labels ........................................................................................... 18
ANSI ONT safety guidelines ........................................................ 33
Table 2
Safety labels ........................................................................................... 34
G-240W-F unit data sheet ............................................................ 45
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
Table 6
Table 7
Table 8
Table 9
Table 10
Table 11
Table 12
Table 13
Table 15
Identification of G-240W-F indoor ONTs .................................................. 45
G-240W-F indoor ONT interface connection capacity .............................. 51
G-240W-F indoor ONT physical connections ........................................... 52
G-240W-F indoor ONT LEDs................................................................... 53
G-240W-F indoor ONT physical specifications......................................... 54
G-240W-F indoor ONT power consumption specifications ....................... 55
G-240W-F indoor ONT environmental specifications................................ 55
G-240W-F indoor ONT capacity for GEM ports and T-CONTs ................. 55
Package S ONTs ONTENET performance monitoring statistics ............... 56
Package S ONTs ONTL2UNI performance monitoring statistics ............... 56
Package S ONTs PONONTTC, PONONTMCTC, PONONTTCHSI,
PONONTTCCES, PONONTTCFLOW, PONONTTCVOIP
performance monitoring statistics ............................................................ 57
Package S ONTs PONONTTC aggregate performance monitoring
statistics........................................................................................................... 57
G-240W-F ONT considerations and limitations ........................................ 62
Configure a G-240W-F indoor ONT ............................................. 81
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Table 17
Table 18
Table 19
Table 20
Table 21
Table 22
Table 23
Table 24
Table 25
Table 26
Table 27
Table 28
Table 29
Table 30
Table 31
Table 32
Table 33
Table 34
Table 35
Table 36
Table 37
Device Information parameters................................................................ 83
LAN status parameters............................................................................ 85
WAN status parameters .......................................................................... 86
WAN status IPv6 parameters .................................................................. 88
Home networking parameters ................................................................. 89
Optics module status parameters ............................................................ 90
Voice Information parameters ................................................................. 92
LAN network parameters ......................................................................... 94
LAN IPv6 network parameters ................................................................. 96
WAN network parameters ....................................................................... 98
WAN DHCP parameters........................................................................ 100
WiFi 2.4G network parameters .............................................................. 101
IP Routing network parameters ............................................................. 104
DNS network parameters ...................................................................... 106
TR-069 network parameters .................................................................. 107
QoS Config parameters......................................................................... 108
Firewall parameters............................................................................... 111
MAC filter parameters ........................................................................... 112
IP filter parameters................................................................................ 113
URL Filter parameters........................................................................... 114
Parental control parameters .................................................................. 115
DMZ and ALG parameters .................................................................... 117
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Table 49
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Table 51
Table 52
Table 53
Access control parameters.................................................................... 118
Port forwarding parameters................................................................... 120
Port triggering parameters .................................................................... 121
DDNS parameters ................................................................................ 123
USB parameters ................................................................................... 124
Voice setting parameters ...................................................................... 127
Password parameters ........................................................................... 130
LOID configuration parameters ............................................................. 131
SLID configuration parameters ............................................................. 132
Device management parameters .......................................................... 134
RG Troubleshooting Counters parameters ............................................ 141
Device Information parameters ............................................................. 144
Optics module status parameters.......................................................... 145
Password parameters ........................................................................... 148
LOID configuration parameters ............................................................. 149
SLID configuration parameters ............................................................. 150
ONT configuration file over OMCI ............................................ 153
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Supported configuration files ................................................................. 154
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2 ETSI ONT safety guidelines
This chapter provides information about the mandatory regulations that govern the
installation and operation of the optical network terminals (ONTs).
2.1 Safety instructions
This section describes the safety instructions that are provided in the ONT customer
documentation and on the equipment.
2.1.1
Safety instruction boxes
The safety instruction boxes are provided in the ONT customer documentation.
Observe the instructions to meet safety requirements.
The following is an example of the Danger box.
Danger — Possibility of personal injury.
The Danger box indicates that the described activity or situation may pose a threat
to personal safety. It calls attention to a situation or procedure which, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, may result in death or serious physical harm.
Do not proceed beyond a Danger box until the indicated conditions are fully
understood and met.
The following is an example of the Warning box.
Warning 1 — Possibility of equipment damage.
Warning 2 — Possibility of data loss.
The Warning box indicates that the described activity or situation may, or will, cause
equipment damage, loss of data, or serious performance problems. It identifies a
possible equipment-damaging situation or provides essential information to avoid the
degradation of system operations or data.
Do not proceed beyond a warning until the indicated conditions are fully understood
and met.
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The following is an example of the Caution box.
Caution 1 — Possibility of service interruption.
Caution 2 — Service interruption.
The Caution box indicates that the described activity or situation may, or will, cause
service interruption.
Do not proceed beyond a caution until the indicated conditions are fully understood
and met.
The following is an example of the Note box.
Note — Information of special interest.
The Note box provides information that assists the personnel working with ONTs. It
does not provide safety-related instructions.
2.1.2
Safety-related labels
The ONT equipment is labeled with the specific safety instructions and compliance
information that is related to a variant of the ONT. Observe the instructions on the
safety labels.
Table 1 provides sample safety labels on the ONT equipment.
Table 1
Safety labels
Description
Label text
ESD warning
Caution: This assembly contains an electrostatic sensitive device.
Laser classification
Class 1 laser product
PSE marking
These power supplies are Japan PSE certified and compliant with
Japan VCCI emissions standards.
Figure 1 shows the PSE certification.
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Warning
This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference
from Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in
a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according
to the instruction manual.
19841
2.2 Safety standards compliance
This section describes the ONT compliance with the European safety standards.
2.2.1
EMC, EMI, and ESD compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the following EMC, EMI, and ESD requirements:
• EN 300-328 v1.9.1 wide band data transmission standards for 2.4GHz bands
• EN 300-386 V1.5.1: Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters
•
•
•
•
•
2.2.2
(ERM): Telecommunications Network Equipment; Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC) requirements; Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) requirements
EN 55022 (2006): Class B, Information Technology Equipment, Radio
Disturbance Characteristics, limits and methods of measurement
EN 55024 (2010): Information Technology Equipment, Immunity Characteristics,
limits and methods of measurement
European Council Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 300-386 V1.4.1: 2008
EN 55022:2006 Class B (ONTs)
Equipment safety standard compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the requirements of EN 60950-1, Safety of
Information Technology Equipment for use in a restricted location (per R-269).
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Environmental standard compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the EN 300 019 European environmental
standards.
2.2.4
Laser product standard compliance
For most ONTs, the ONT equipment complies with EN 60825-1 and IEC 60825-2 for
laser products. If there is an exception to this compliance regulation, you can find this
information in the standards compliance section of the unit data sheet in this Product
Guide.
2.2.5
Resistibility requirements compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the requirements of ITU Recommendation K.21
for resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to
over voltage and overcurrents.
2.2.6
Acoustic noise emission standard compliance
The ONT equipment complies with EN 300 753 acoustic noise emission limit and test
methods.
2.3 Electrical safety guidelines
This section provides the electrical safety guidelines for the ONT equipment.
Note 1 — The ONTs comply with the U.S. National Electrical
Code. However, local electrical authorities have jurisdiction
when there are differences between the local and U.S.
standards.
Note 2 — The ONTs comply with BS EN 61140.
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Power supplies
The use of any non-Nokia approved power supplies or power adapters is not
supported or endorsed by Nokia. Such use will void any warranty or support contract
with Nokia. Such use greatly increases the danger of damage to equipment or
property.
2.3.2
Cabling
The following are the guidelines regarding cables used for the ONT equipment:
• All cables must be approved by the relevant national electrical code.
• The cables for outdoor installation of ONTs must be suitable for outdoor use.
• POTS wiring run outside the subscriber premises must comply with the
requirements of local electrical codes. In some markets, the maximum allowed
length of the outside run is 140 feet (43 m). If the outside run is longer, NEC
requires primary protection at both the exit and entry points for the wire.
2.3.3
Protective earth
Earthing and bonding of the ONTs must comply with the requirements of local
electrical codes.
2.4 ESD safety guidelines
The ONT equipment is sensitive to ESD. Operations personnel must observe the
following ESD instructions when they handle the ONT equipment.
Caution — This equipment is ESD sensitive. Proper ESD
protections should be used when you enter the TELCO Access
portion of the ONT.
During installation and maintenance, service personnel must wear wrist straps to
prevent damage caused by ESD.
2.5 Laser safety guidelines
Observe the following instructions when you perform installation, operations, and
maintenance tasks on the ONT equipment.
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Only qualified service personnel who are extremely familiar with laser radiation
hazards should install or remove the fiber optic cables and units in this system.
Danger — There may be invisible laser radiation at the fiber
optic cable when the cable is removed from the connector.
Avoid direct exposure to the laser beam.
Observe the following danger for laser hazard. Eyes can be damaged when they are
exposed to a laser beam. Take necessary precautions before you plug in the optical
modules.
Danger — Possibility of equipment damage. Risk of eye
damage by laser radiation.
2.5.1
Laser classification
The ONT is classified as a Class 1 laser product based on its transmit optical output.
2.5.1.1
Laser warning labels
The following figures show the labels related to laser product, classification and
warning.
Figure 2 shows a laser product label.
Figure 2
Laser product label
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Figure 3 shows a laser classification label. Laser classification labels may be
provided in other languages.
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
CLASE 1 DEL LASER
LASER CLASSE 1
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Figure 4 shows a laser warning label and an explanatory label for laser products.
Labels and warning may be provided in other languages. The explanatory label
provides the following information:
• a warning that calls attention to the invisible laser radiation
• an instruction against staring into the beam or viewing directly with optical
instruments
• wavelength
• normal output power
• maximum output power
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INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
OR VIEW DIRECTLY WITH
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Wavelength(s): xxxx nm
Normal output power: xx m W
Max output power: yyy m W
Laser Warning Label
Laser Warning Label
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
RAYONNEMENT LASER CLASSE 1
RAYONNEMENT LASER INVISIBLE
EVITER TOUTE EXPOSITION AU FAISCEAU
NE PAS DEMONTER. FAIRE APPEL A UN PERSONNELL QUALIFIE
CLASE 1 DEL LASER
RADIACION DE LASER INVISIBLE. EVITAR CUALOUIER EXPOSICION AL
RAYO LASER. NO DESMONTAR. LLAMAR A PERSONAL AUTORIZADO
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION PRESENT AT FIBER OPTIC CABLE
WHEN NOT CONNECTED. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
Laser Warning Label
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2.5.2
Transmit optical output
The maximum transmit optical output of an ONT is +5 dBm.
2.5.3
Normal laser operation
In normal operation, fiber cable laser radiation is always off until it receives signal
from the line terminal card.
Eyes can be damaged when they exposed to a laser beam. Operating personnel
must observe the instructions on the laser explanatory label before plugging in the
optical module.
Danger — Risk of eye damage by laser radiation.
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Location class
Use cable supports and guides to protect the receptacles from strain.
2.6 Environmental requirements
See the ONT technical specification documentation for more information about
temperature ranges.
During operation in the supported temperature range, condensation inside the ONT
caused by humidity is not an issue. To avoid condensation caused by rapid changes
in temperature and humidity, Nokia recommends:
• The door of the ONT not be opened until temperature inside and outside the
enclosure has stabilized.
• If the door of the ONT must be opened after a rapid change in temperature or
humidity, use a dry cloth to wipe down the metal interior to prevent the risk of
condensation.
• When high humidity is present, installation of a cover or tent over the ONT helps
prevent condensation when the door is opened.
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3 ETSI environmental and CRoHS
guidelines
This chapter provides information about the ETSI environmental China Restriction of
Hazardous Substances (CRoHS) regulations that govern the installation and
operation of the optical line termination (OLT) and optical network termination (ONT)
systems. This chapter also includes environmental operation parameters of general
interest.
3.1 Environmental labels
This section describes the environmental instructions that are provided with the
customer documentation, equipment, and location where the equipment resides.
3.1.1
Overview
CRoHS is applicable to Electronic Information Products (EIP) manufactured or sold
and imported in the territory of the mainland of the People’s Republic of China. EIP
refers to products and their accessories manufactured by using electronic
information technology, including electronic communications products and such
subcomponents as batteries and cables.
3.1.2
Environmental related labels
Environmental labels are located on appropriate equipment. The following are
sample labels.
3.1.2.1
Products below Maximum Concentration Value
(MCV) label
Figure 5 shows the label that indicates a product is below the maximum
concentration value, as defined by standard SJ/T11363-2006 (Requirements for
Concentration Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information
Products). Products with this label are recyclable. The label may be found in this
documentation or on the product.
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3.1.2.2
Products containing hazardous substances above
Maximum Concentration Value (MCV) label
Figure 6 shows the label that indicates a product is above the maximum
concentration value, as defined by standard SJ/T11363-2006 (Requirements for
Concentration Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information
Products). The number contained inside the label indicates the Environment-Friendly
User Period (EFUP) value. The label may be found in this documentation or on the
product.
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Products above MCV value label
18985
Together with major international telecommunications equipment companies, Nokia
has determined it is appropriate to use an EFUP of 50 years for network
infrastructure equipment and an EFUP of 20 years for handsets and accessories.
These values are based on manufacturers' extensive practical experience of the
design, manufacturing, maintenance, usage conditions, operating environments,
and physical condition of infrastructure and handsets after years of service. The
values reflect minimum values and refer to products operated according to the
intended use conditions. See “Hazardous Substances Table (HST)” for more
information.
3.2 Hazardous Substances Table (HST)
This section describes the compliance of the OLT and ONT equipment to the CRoHS
standard when the product and subassemblies contain hazardous substances
beyond the MCV value. This information is found in this user documentation where
part numbers for the product and subassemblies are listed. It may be referenced in
other OLT and ONT documentation.
In accordance with the People’s Republic of China Electronic Industry Standard
Marking for the Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products
(SJ/T11364-2006), customers may access the Nokia Hazardous Substance Table,
in Chinese, from the following location:
• http://www.alcatel-sbell.com.cn/wwwroot/images/upload/private/1/media/ChinaRo
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3.3 Other environmental requirements
Observe the following environmental requirements when handling the P-OLT or ONT
equipment.
3.3.1
ONT environmental requirements
See the ONT technical specification documentation for more information about
temperature ranges.
3.3.2
Storage
According to ETS 300-019-1-1 - Class 1.1, storage of OLT equipment must be in
Class 1.1, weather-protected, temperature-controlled locations.
3.3.3
Transportation
According to EN 300-019-1-2 - Class 2.3, transportation of the OLT equipment must
be in packed, public transportation with no rain on packing allowed.
3.3.4
Stationary use
According to EN 300-019-1-3 - Class 3.1/3.2/3.E, stationary use of OLT equipment
must be in a temperature-controlled location, with no rain allowed, and with no
condensation allowed.
3.3.5
Thermal limitations
When the OLT is installed in the CO or CEV, install air filters on the P-OLT. The
thermal limitations for OLT operation in a CO or CEV are:
•
•
•
•
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operating temperature: 5C to 40C (41F to 104F)
short-term temperature: –5C to 50C (23F to 122F)
operating relative humidity: 5% to 85%
short-term relative humidity: 5% to 95%, but not to exceed 0.024 kg of water/kg
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Material content compliance
European Union (EU) Directive 2002/95/EC, “Restriction of the use of certain
Hazardous Substances” (RoHS), restricts the use of lead, mercury, cadmium,
hexavalent chromium, and certain flame retardants in electrical and electronic
equipment. This Directive applies to electrical and electronic products placed on the
EU market after 1 July 2006, with various exemptions, including an exemption for
lead solder in network infrastructure equipment. Nokia products shipped to the EU
after 1 July 2006 comply with the EU RoHS Directive.
Nokia has implemented a material/substance content management process. The
process is described in: Nokia process for ensuring RoHS Compliance
(1AA002660031ASZZA). This ensures compliance with the European Union
Directive 2011/65/EU on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances
in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS2). With the process equipment is
assessed in accordance with the Harmonised Standard EN50581:2012 (CENELEC)
on Technical documentation for the assessment of electrical and electronic products
with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances.
3.3.7
End-of-life collection and treatment
Electronic products bearing or referencing the symbol shown in Figure 7, when put
on the market within the European Union (EU), shall be collected and treated at the
end of their useful life, in compliance with applicable EU and local legislation. They
shall not be disposed of as part of unsorted municipal waste. Due to materials that
may be contained in the product, such as heavy metals or batteries, the environment
and human health may be negatively impacted as a result of inappropriate disposal.
Note — In the European Union, a solid bar under the symbol for
a crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that the product was put on
the market after 13 August 2005.
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At the end of their life, the OLT and ONT products are subject to the applicable local
legislations that implement the European Directive 2012/19EU on waste electrical
and electronic equipment (WEEE).
There can be different requirements for collection and treatment in different member
states of the European Union.
In compliance with legal requirements and contractual agreements, where
applicable, Nokia will offer to provide for the collection and treatment of Nokia
products bearing the logo shown in Figure 7 at the end of their useful life, or products
displaced by Nokia equipment offers. For information regarding take-back of
equipment by Nokia, or for more information regarding the requirements for
recycling/disposal of product, contact your Nokia account manager or Nokia take
back support at sustainability.global@nokia.com.
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4 ANSI ONT safety guidelines
This chapter provides information about the mandatory regulations that govern the
installation and operation of the optical network terminals or units (ONTs or ONUs)
in the North American or ANSI market.
4.1 Safety instructions
This section describes the safety instructions that are provided in the ONT customer
documentation and on the equipment.
4.1.1
Safety instruction boxes in customer
documentation
The safety instruction boxes are provided in the ONT customer documentation.
Observe the instructions to meet safety requirements.
The following is an example of the Danger box.
Danger — Possibility of personal injury.
The Danger box indicates that the described activity or situation may pose a threat
to personal safety. It calls attention to a situation or procedure which, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, may result in death or serious physical harm.
Do not proceed beyond a Danger box until the indicated conditions are fully
understood and met.
The following is an example of the Warning box.
Warning 1 — Possibility of equipment damage.
Warning 2 — Possibility of data loss.
The Warning box indicates that the described activity or situation may, or will, cause
equipment damage, loss of data, or serious performance problems. It identifies a
possible equipment-damaging situation or provides essential information to avoid the
degradation of system operations or data.
Do not proceed beyond a warning until the indicated conditions are fully understood
and met.
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The following is an example of the Caution box.
Caution 1 — Possibility of service interruption.
Caution 2 — Service interruption.
The Caution box indicates that the described activity or situation may, or will, cause
service interruption.
Do not proceed beyond a caution until the indicated conditions are fully understood
and met.
The following is an example of the Note box.
Note — Information of special interest.
The Note box provides information that assists the personnel working with ONTs. It
does not provide safety-related instructions.
4.1.2
Safety-related labels
The ONT equipment is labeled with specific safety compliance information and
instructions that are related to a variant of the ONT. Observe the instructions on the
safety labels.
Table 2 provides examples of the text in the various ONT safety labels.
Table 2
Safety labels
Description
Label text
UL compliance
Communication service equipment US listed. Type 3R enclosure Rainproof.
TUV compliance
Type 3R enclosure - Rainproof.
ESD warning
Caution: This assembly contains electrostatic sensitive device.
Laser classification
Class 1 laser product
Laser product compliance
This laser product conforms to all applicable standards of 21 CFR
1040.10 at date of manufacture.
FCC standards compliance
Tested to comply with FCC standards for home or office use.
CDRH compliance
Complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for deviations
pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007
(1 of 2)
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Description
Label text
Operation conditions
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.
Canadian standard
compliance (modular ONT)
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Canadian standard
compliance (outdoor ONT)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
CE marking
There are various CE symbols for CE compliance.
(2 of 2)
Figure 8 shows a sample safety label on the ONT equipment.
Figure 8
Sample safety label on the ONT equipment
Tested to Comply
with FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
®
COMMUNICATION SERVICE EQUIPMENT
US LISTED
27FY
Type 3R Enclosure - Rainproof
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.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil
numerique de la class A est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada
CAUTION
This Assembly Contains Electrostatic Sensitive Devices
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4.2 Safety standards compliance
This section describes the ONT compliance with North American safety standards.
Warning — Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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EMC, EMI, and ESD standards compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the following requirements:
• Federal Communications Commission (FCC) CFR 47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class
A requirements for OLT equipment
• GR-1089-CORE requirements, including:
• Section 3 Electromagnetic Interference, Emissions Radiated and Conducted
• Section 3 Immunity, Radiated and Conducted
• Section 2 ESD Discharge Immunity: System Level Electrostatic Discharge and EFT
Immunity: Electrically Fast Transients
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is needed.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
4.2.2
Equipment safety standard compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the requirements of UL60950-1, Outdoor ONTs
to “Communication Service Equipment” (CSE) and Indoor ONTs to Information
Technology Equipment (ITE).
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The ONT equipment complies with the following standards:
• GR-63-CORE (NEBS): requirements related to operating, storage, humidity,
altitude, earthquake, office vibration, transportation and handling, fire resistance
and spread, airborne contaminants, illumination, and acoustic noise
GR-487-CORE: requirements related to rain, chemical, sand, and dust
GR-487 R3-82: requirements related to condensation
GR-3108: Requirements for Network Equipment in the Outside Plant (OSP)
TP76200: Common Systems Equipment Interconnections Standards
•
•
•
•
4.2.4
Laser product standards compliance
The ONT equipment complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and CFR 1040.11, except for
deviations pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007” or to 21 CFR
1040.10 U.S. Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) Laser Notice 42 for ONTs containing Class 1 Laser
modules certified by original manufactures.
Per CDRH 21 CFR 10.40.10 (h) (1) (iv) distributors of Class 1 laser products, such
as Nokia ONTs shall leave the following Laser Safety cautions with the end user.
a) “Class 1 Laser Product”
b) “Caution – Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.”
Figure 9 shows a laser product label.
Figure 9
Sample laser product label showing CDRH 21 CFR compliance
4P92
No User Serviceable Parts Inside. Refer All Servicing To Qualified Personnel.
12VDC
2.5A
I.T.E
Complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and
1040.11 except for deviations pursuant to
Laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007.
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Resistibility requirements compliance
The ONT equipment complies with the requirements of ITU Recommendation K.21
for resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in customer premises to
overvoltage and overcurrents.
4.3 Laser safety guidelines
Only qualified service personnel who are extremely familiar with laser radiation
hazards should install or remove the fiber optic cables and units in this system.
Observe the following warnings when you perform installation, operations, and
maintenance tasks on the ONT equipment.
Danger — There may be invisible laser radiation at the fiber
optic cable when the cable is removed from the connector.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.
Observe the following danger for a laser hazard. Eyes can be damaged when they
are exposed to a laser beam. Take necessary precautions before you plug in the
optical modules.
Danger — Possibility of equipment damage. Risk of eye
damage by laser radiation.
Per CDRH 21 CFR 10.40.10 (h) (1) (iv) distributors of Class 1 laser products, such
as Nokia ONTs shall leave the following Laser Safety cautions with the end user.
a) “Class 1 Laser Product”
b) “Caution – Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.”
4.3.1
Laser warning labels
The following figures show sample labels related to laser product, classification and
warning.
Figure 10 shows a laser product label.
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Figure 11 shows a laser classification label. Laser classification labels may be
provided in other languages.
Figure 11
Laser classification label
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
CLASE 1 DEL LASER
LASER CLASSE 1
18992
Figure 12 shows a laser warning label and an explanatory label for laser products.
Explanatory labels may be provided in other languages. The explanatory label
provides the following information:
• a warning that calls attention to the invisible laser radiation
• an instruction against staring into the beam or viewing directly with optical
instruments
• wavelength
• normal output power
• maximum output power
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INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
OR VIEW DIRECTLY WITH
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
Wavelength(s): xxxx nm
Normal output power: xx m W
Max output power: yyy m W
Laser Warning Label
Laser Warning Label
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
RAYONNEMENT LASER CLASSE 1
RAYONNEMENT LASER INVISIBLE
EVITER TOUTE EXPOSITION AU FAISCEAU
NE PAS DEMONTER. FAIRE APPEL A UN PERSONNELL QUALIFIE
CLASE 1 DEL LASER
RADIACION DE LASER INVISIBLE. EVITAR CUALOUIER EXPOSICION AL
RAYO LASER. NO DESMONTAR. LLAMAR A PERSONAL AUTORIZADO
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION PRESENT AT FIBER OPTIC CABLE
WHEN NOT CONNECTED. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
Laser Warning Label
18993
4.3.2
Laser classification
The ONT is classified as a Class 1 laser product based on its transmit optical output.
For Class 1 laser products, lasers are safe under reasonably foreseeable conditions
of operation, including the use of optical instruments for intrabeam viewing.
Figure 13 shows a sample laser product safety label on the ONT equipment.
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Model:
MFG:
MONTH: XX
YEAR: XXXX
ICS: XX
MRev: XX
3FE55851ABAA
MAC:XXXXXXXXXXXX
SN:ALCLXXXXXXXX
I.T.E
FCC ID: XXXXXXXXXXX
12VDC
3A
ASSEMBLED IN CHINA
2301 Sugar Bush Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27612
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1
Intertek
4006119
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rule.
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 intereference that may cause undesired operation.
DANGER - Invisible Laser radiation when open.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
DANGER - Rayonnement Laser invisible lorsqu’elle
est ouverte. Evitee l’expostion direct au faisceau.
Complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for deviations
pursuant to Laser Notice No. 50 dated June 24, 2007
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4.3.3
Transmit optical output
The maximum transmit optical output of an ONT is +5 dBm.
4.3.4
Normal laser operation
In normal operation, fiber cable laser radiation is always off until it receives signal
from the line terminal card.
Operating personnel must observe the instructions on the laser explanatory label
before plugging in the optical module.
Danger — Risk of eye damage by laser radiation.
4.3.5
Location class
Use cable supports and guides to protect the receptacles from strain.
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4.4 Electrical safety guidelines
This section provides the electrical safety guidelines for the ONT equipment.
Note — The ONTs comply with the U.S. National Electrical
Code. However, local electrical authorities have jurisdiction
when there are differences between the local and U.S.
standards.
4.4.1
Power supplies
The use of any non-Nokia approved power supplies or power adapters is not
supported or endorsed by Nokia. Such use will void any warranty or support contract
with Nokia. Such use greatly increases the danger of damage to equipment or
property.
4.4.2
Cabling
The following are the guidelines regarding cables used for the ONT equipment:
• Use only cables approved by the relevant national electrical code.
• Use cables suitable for outdoor use for outdoor installation of ONTs.
• The ONTs have been evaluated for use with external POTS wiring without primary
protection that may not exceed 140 ft (43 m) in reach. However, the power cable
must not exceed 100 ft (31 m).
4.4.3
Protective earth
Earthing and bonding of the ONTs must comply with the requirements of NEC article
250 or local electrical codes.
4.5 ESD safety guidelines
The ONT equipment is sensitive to ESD. Operations personnel must observe the
following ESD instructions when they handle the ONT equipment.
Caution — This equipment is ESD sensitive. Proper ESD
protections should be used when entering the TELCO Access
portion of the ONT.
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During installation and maintenance, service personnel must wear wrist straps to
prevent damage caused by ESD.
Nokia recommends that you prepare the site before you install the ONT equipment.
In addition, you must control relative humidity, use static dissipating material for
furniture or flooring, and restrict the use of air conditioning.
4.6 Environmental requirements
See the ONT technical specification documentation for temperature ranges for
ONTs.
During operation in the supported temperature range, condensation inside the ONT
caused by humidity is not an issue. To avoid condensation caused by rapid changes
in temperature and humidity, Nokia recommends:
• The door of the ONT not be opened until temperature inside and outside the
enclosure has stabilized.
• If the door of the ONT must be opened after a rapid change in temperature or
humidity, use a dry cloth to wipe down the metal interior to prevent the risk of
condensation.
• When high humidity is present, installation of a cover or tent over the ONT helps
prevent condensation when the door is opened.
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5 G-240W-F unit data sheet
5.1
G-240W-F part numbers and identification
5.2
G-240W-F general description
5.3
G-240W-F software and installation feature support
5.4
G-240W-F interfaces and interface capacity
5.5
G-240W-F LEDs
5.6
G-240W-F detailed specifications
5.7
G-240W-F GEM ports and T-CONTs
5.8
G-240W-F performance monitoring statistics
5.9
G-240W-F functional blocks
5.10
G-240W-F standards compliance
5.11
G-240W-F special considerations
5.1 G-240W-F part numbers and identification
Table 3 provides part numbers and identification information for the G-240W-F
indoor ONT.
Table 3
Ordering kit
part number
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Provisioning
part number
Description
CLEI
3FE-47087-AAAA-TCZZA
CPR
ECI/
Bar
code
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Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 100 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
—
—
—
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional external WiFi antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with US plug.
(1 of 3)
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part number
Provisioning
part number
Description
CLEI
CPR
ECI/
Bar
code
3FE 46649 AD
Customer-specific
3FE 46597 AD
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 100 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional external WiFi antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with US plug.
3FE 46649 BA
3FE 46597 AA
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 100 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional WiFi external antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with EU (European) plug.
3FE 46649 BB
Customer-specific
3FE 46597 AB
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 100 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional WiFi external antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with EU (European) plug.
3FE 46649 BC
Customer-specific
3FE 47087 AC
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 200 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional WiFi external antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable, and one 1m SC/UPC patch
cord.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with EU (European) plug.
This variant features an enclosure that is suitable for up to 50C
(2 of 3)
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part number
Provisioning
part number
Description
CLEI
CPR
ECI/
Bar
code
3FE 46649 CA
3FE 46597 AA
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 100 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional WiFi external antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 3-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with UK (British) plug.
3FE 47245 AA
3FE 47087 AA
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 200 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional external WiFi antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with US plug.
3FE 47245 AB
Customer-specific
3FE 47087 AB
Package S GPON indoor ONT with two POTS ports, four
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces, and one 200 mW Wi-Fi
radio with on/off switch.
This ONT features two USB 2.0 ports and supports SC/APC
optics.
Includes two 5dBI indoor multi-directional WiFi external antenna
(not detachable), one 1.5m CAT-5E Ethernet cable with RJ-45
endpoint, and one 1.5m RJ-11 cable.
Also includes one 2-pin wall-mounted 12V AC/DC power adapter
with US plug.
(3 of 3)
For the G-240W-F indoor ONT power supply information, contact your Nokia
technical support representative.
5.2 G-240W-F general description
G-240W-F indoor ONTs provide the subscriber interface for the network by
terminating the PON interface and converting it to user interfaces that directly
connect to subscriber devices. The ONT is compatible with all existing subscriber
equipment, including analog phones with both tone and rotary dial capabilities,
cordless phones, modems, fax machines, and caller ID boxes (Type I, Type II, and
Type III).
G-240W-F indoor ONTs provide the following functions:
• single fiber GPON interface with 1.244Gbit/s upstream and 2.488Gbit/s
downstream data rates
• 4 Ethernet LAN connections
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
2 POTS connections
2 USB 2.0 ports; voltage rate: 5V, current rate: 500mA per port
reset button
LED indicators on/off button
WLAN enable/disable button
WPS enable/disable button
UPnP IGD2.0 support
2.4 GHz wireless interface
2 5dBI indoor multi-directional external WiFi antenna (not detachable)
MIMO
support for up to 20 concurrent wireless connections
802.11b/g/n compliant
MDI/MDIX auto sensing
auto-negotiation for speed and duplex
multiple voice Codec
echo cancellation
Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) function integrated based on SIP (RFC3261)
with various CLASS services supported, including Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call
Forwarding, and Call Transfer
• auto reconnect when connection to server is lost
• Network Address Translation (NAT)
5.2.1
TR-069 support
The ONT supports the reading of optical parameters via TR-069:
•
•
•
•
•
laser bias current
voltage
temperature
received signal levels
lower thresholds
These are the same optical parameters supported in the GUI. For more information,
see Table 21 in the chapter “Configure a G-240W-F indoor ONT”.
The ONT supports the status retrieval and configuration of the following Wi-Fi
parameters via TR-069:
•
•
•
•
48
channel
SSID
password for WPA and WEP
Tx power (transmission rate in dBm)
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These are the same TR-069 object parameters that are supported in the GUI. For
more information, see Tables 17 and 27 in the chapter “Configure a G-240W-F
indoor ONT”.
The ONT also supports TR-069 statistics and troubleshooting for LAN, WAN, and
WiFi.
5.2.2
TR-104 parameter extension support for voice
service
A proprietary attribute has been added to the TR-104 Voice Service object structure
to enable the ACS to configure the name of the embedded GSIP XML file to be
selected.
The TR-104 Voice Service Object is:
InternetGatewayDevice.Services.VoiceService.{i}.Capabilities.SIP.
The proprietary attribute is: X_ALU-COM_XML_File_Name_Path.
5.2.3
Mobile offload support
As part of the E2E solution supported by the ISAM 7750 service router, the
G-240W-F ONT offers Mobile Offload support using a combination of EAP-SIM and
ITU-T 802.11.
EAP-SIM is an authentication method that uses the user credentials on the SIM card
and EAP to authenticate the user with the Wi-Fi network, removing the need for user
input (username and password).
A dedicated public mobile offload SSID in the ONT enables mobile subscribers to
connect to the Internet. Encryption is supported by 802.11, providing seamless Wi-Fi
authentication for SIM-based user equipment.
The ONT acts as the RADIUS client and sends the encapsulated EAP messages to
the AAA server via the WLAN Gateway, which acts as the RADIUS proxy server. The
interaction between the ONT and the AAA server provides subscriber management
for authenticated mobile users without adding authentication load to the 3G network.
5.2.4
Bridged Residential Gateway (BRG) support
The BRG receives IP addresses for the WAN interface using DHCP or PPPoE. The
BRG can use either Ipv4 or Ipv6 addresses. BRG uses OpenFlow protocol version
1.3.1 to manage Access Control List entries and routing protocols. TR-069 can be
used to manage the local DHCP server and the soft GRE tunnel.
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The BRG supports the encapsulation of Ethernet frames from different bridges in the
GRE tunnel to the access tunnel. Multiple bridges can map to the same GRE tunnel.
Where encapsulated packets exceed the MTU (packet size), fragmentation is also
supported.
Upstream QoS can reserve bandwidth for public and private Wi-Fi bridges, based on
profiles defined for the access uplink speed. A unique VLAN tag can be configured
for each SSID on the BRG. Unicast QoS adjustment can be enabled to support
Multicast IPTV
Liveness detection and redundancy, link failure notification, and DHCP local server
fallback are provided to help manage potential problems with gateway access. Event
notification via TR-069 reports when the PON link is up and the tunnel is
unreachable.
5.3 G-240W-F software and installation feature
support
For information on installing or replacing the G-240W-F see:
• Install a G-240W-F indoor ONT
• Replace a G-240W-F indoor ONT
For information on the following topics, see the 7368 ISAM ONT Product Overview
Guide:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ONT and MDU general descriptions of features and functions
Ethernet interface specifications
POTS interface specifications
RSSI specifications
Wi-Fi specifications
ONT optical budget
SLID entry via Ethernet port
ONT management using an ONT interface
5.4 G-240W-F interfaces and interface capacity
Table 4 describes the supported interfaces and interface capacity for G-240W-F
indoor ONTs.
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ONT type
and model
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G-240W-F indoor ONT interface connection capacity
Maximum
capacity
POTS
10/ 100
BASE-T
10/ 100/ 1000
BASE-T
RF video
(CATV)
MoCA
VDSL2
E1/T1
Local
craft
GPON SC/APC
—
—
—
—
—
—
(1)
Note
(1)
The G-240W-F ONTs provide Wi-Fi service that is enabled and disabled using a Wi-Fi on/off switch.
5.4.1
G-240W-F connections and components
Figure 14 shows the physical connections on the back of the G-240W-F indoor ONT:
USB, LAN, POTS, power input, and on/off button.
Figure 14
G-240W-F indoor ONT physical connections (back view)
Antenna
USB ports (2)
Antenna
Ethernet ports (4)
POTS ports (2)
Power
input
On/off
button
26031
Figure 15 shows the buttons on the side of the G-240W-F indoor ONTS: reset, LED
indicators on/off, WLAN enable/disable, and WPS enable/disable, as well as the fiber
optic port on the bottom of the ONT.
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Figure 15
G-240W-F ONT Reset, LED, WLAN, and WPS buttons and fiber
optic connection (bottom and side view)
Connections (back)
Antenna
Antenna
US B 1
US B 2
LA N 1
LA N 2
LA N 3
LA N 4
TE L 1
TE L 2
POWER
ON/OFF
Fiber raceway
RE S E T
LE D
WLA N
ON/OFF
buttons
(side)
WP S
Fiber optic port
LEDs (front)
26032
Table 5 describes the physical connections for G-240W-F indoor ONTs.
Table 5
G-240W-F indoor ONT physical connections
Connection (1)
Description
USB
(USB port)s
This connection is provided through two USB 2.0 ports on the back of the ONT.
LAN1-LAN4
This connection is provided through Ethernet RJ-45 connectors on the back of the
ONT. Up to four 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces are supported.The
Ethernet ports can support both data and in-band video services on all four
interfaces.
(RJ-45 Ethernet ports)
TEL1, TEL2
The voltage rate is 5V, and the current rate is 500mA per port.
(RJ-11 POTS ports)
This connection is provided through RJ-11 ports on the back of the ONT. Up to two
POTS connections are supported. The POTS ports support voice services.
POWER
(Power input)
This connection is provided through the power connector on the back of the ONT.
A power cable fitted with a barrel connector is used to make the connection.
ON/OFF
This button on the side of the ONT turns the ONT on or off.
RESET
Pressing the Reset button, located on the side of the ONT, for less than 10
seconds reboots the ONT; pressing the Reset button for 10 seconds resets the
ONT to the factory defaults, except for the LOID and SLID.
LED
(LED indicator button)
This button, located on the side of the ONT, turns all LED indicators on or off.
WLAN
Wi-Fi service is compliant with IEEE 802.11 standards and is enabled or disabled
using the WLAN button on the side of the ONT.
(Wireless On/Off button)
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Description
WPS
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button, located on the side of the ONT, enables
and disables WLAN data encryption.
(Wi-Fi security button)
PON
This connection, on the bottom of the ONT, is provided through an SC/APC fiber
optic connector.
(Fiber optic port)
(2 of 2)
Note
(1)
The primary path for the earth ground for these ONTs is provided by the 12V Return signal in the power
connector.
5.5 G-240W-F LEDs
Figure 16 shows the G-240W-F indoor ONT LEDs.
Figure 16
G-240W-F indoor ONT LEDs
POWER
LI N K
A UTH
POWER LINK AUTH
LA N
LA N
LA N
LAN 1-4
LA N
TE L 1
TE L
V O IP
WPS
W LA N
US B
IN T E R N E T
TEL 1 AND 2 VOIP WPS WLAN USB INTERNET
26035
Table 6 provides LED descriptions for G-240W-F indoor ONTs.
Table 6
G-240W-F indoor ONT LEDs
Indicator
LED color and
behavior
LED behavior description
Power
Green solid
Red solid
Power on
Off
Light failed on startup (for example corrupt flash), or self test failed on startup, or self test failed during
regular operation or when executed over OMCI
Power off
Link
Green solid
Off
GPON link between ONT and OLT is operating normally
GPON link is down or no link connected
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Indicator
LED color and
behavior
LED behavior description
Auth
Green solid
Green flashing
ONT is authorized
ONT is In process of ranging or synchronizing on OMCI
Off
ONT is not authorized
Green solid
Green flashing
Ethernet is linked
LAN 1 to 4
TEL 1 to 2
VOIP
WPS
WLAN
USB
INTERNET
Off
LAN activity is present (in either direction)
ONT power off or Ethernet not connected
Green solid
Phone off hook
Green flashing
Phone in ‘call in’ or ‘talking’ condition
Off
Phone on hook
Green solid
VOIP service is built up and can provide service
Off
VOIP service is not built up or out of service
Green solid
Green flashing
WiFi protected setup link is up (negotiation and auto-configuration successful)
WiFi protected setup link activity (negotiation and auto-configuration ongoing)
Off
WiFi protected setup link down or no link connected (negotiation has not started or has failed)
Green solid
Green flashing
WLAN link is up (wireless enabled) WLAN
activity (traffic on wireless link) WLAN
Off
link is down or no link is connected
Green solid
At least one USB device is connected
Green flashing
Traffic activity on at least on USB device
Off
No USB device connected
Green solid
HSI WAN is connected: a) the device has an IP address assigned from IPCP, DHCP, or static, and no
traffic has been detected; b) the session is dropped due to idle timeout but the PON link is still present.
PPPoE or DHCP connection in progress
Green flashing
HSI WAN is not connected: a) there is no physical interface connection; b) the device is in bridged mode
without an assigned IP address; c) the session has been dropped for reasons other than idle timeout.
Off
(2 of 2)
5.6 G-240W-F detailed specifications
Table 7 lists the physical specifications for G-240W-F indoor ONTs.
Table 7
G-240W-F indoor ONT physical specifications
Description
Specification
Width
8.1 in. (205 mm)
Length
6 in. (152 mm)
7 in. (176 mm with antenna)
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Height
1.3 in. (33 mm)
Weight [within 0.5 lb (0.23 kg)]
0.88 lb (0.4 kg)
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Table 8 lists the power consumption specifications for G-240W-F indoor ONT.
Table 8
G-240W-F indoor ONT power consumption specifications
Maximum
power (Not
to exceed)
Condition
Minimum
power
Condition
13.6 W
2 POTS off-hook, 4 10/100/1000
Base-T Ethernet, Wi-Fi operational
3.06 W
2 POTS on-hook, other
interfaces/services not provisioned
Table 9 lists the environmental specifications for G-240W-F indoor ONT.
Table 9
G-240W-F indoor ONT environmental specifications
Temperature range and humidity
Altitude
Operating: 23F to 113 F (-5C to 45C) ambient temperature
5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Contact your Nokia technical support
representative for more information
Storage: -4F to 158F (-20C to 70C)
5.7 G-240W-F GEM ports and T-CONTs
Table 10 lists the maximum number of supported T-CONTs and GEM ports.
Table 10
G-240W-F indoor ONT capacity for GEM ports and T-CONTs
GEM ports or TCONTs
Maximum
Notes
GEM ports per indoor or outdoor ONT
256
254 are present; 122 are available, and 2 are
reserved for multicast and debugging
T-CONTs per indoor or outdoor ONT
32
32 are present; 31 are available, and 1 is reserved
for OMCI
5.8 G-240W-F performance monitoring statistics
The following section identifies the supported performance monitoring statistics for
G-240W-F ONTs. A check mark indicates the statistic is supported on that ONT. An
empty cell indicates the statistic is not supported. The following tables are
categorized by supported alarm types:
• Table 11 provides statistics for ONTENET type counters
• Table 12 provides statistics for ONTL2UNI type counters
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• Table 13 provides statistics for PONONTTC, PONONTMCTC, PONONTTCHSI,
PONONTTCCES, PONONTTCFLOW, and PONONTTCVOIP type counters
• Table 14 provides statistics for PONONTTC aggregate type counters
Note — If you have trouble accessing G-240W-F ONTs
performance monitoring statistics using TL1, please contact
your Nokia support representative for more information about
how to access and retrieve performance monitoring type
counters.
Table 11
Package S ONTs ONTENET performance monitoring statistics
LC
RBO
SCF
MCF
DT
IMTE
CSE
AE
IMRE
FTL
TBO
SQE
G-240W-F (1)
EC
ONTENET statistics
FCSE
ONT
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Note
(1)
A 5 second polling window limitation exists on the ONT, therefore the margin of error for each 15-min window
is 5 seconds
Table 12
MCFRAMES
DSDRPDFRMS
USDRPDFRMS
USFRAMES
DSFRAMES
USBYTES
DSBYTES
USMCFRAMES
DSMCFRAMES
( 1)
BYTES
G-240W-F
ONTL2UNI statistics
FRAMES
ONT
Package S ONTs ONTL2UNI performance monitoring statistics
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Note
(1)
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LOSTFRAGS
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
BADGEMHDRS
RXBLOCKS
G-240W-F (1)
PONONTTC, PONONTMCTC, PONONTTCHSI, PONONTTCCES,
PONONTTCFLOW, PONONTTCVOIP statistics
TXFRAGS
ONT
Package S ONTs PONONTTC, PONONTMCTC, PONONTTCHSI,
PONONTTCCES, PONONTTCFLOW, PONONTTCVOIP performance monitoring statistics
TXBLOCKS
Table 13
G-240W-F unit data sheet
Note
A 5 second polling window limitation exists on the ONT, therefore the margin of error for each 15-min window
is 5 seconds
LOSTFRAGS
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
BADGEMHDRS
RXFRAGS
G-240W-F (1)
PONONTTC (aggregate) statistics
RXBLOCKS
ONT
Package S ONTs PONONTTC aggregate performance monitoring statistics
TXFRAGS
Table 14
TXBLOCKS
(1)
Note
(1)
A 5 second polling window limitation exists on the ONT, therefore the margin of error for each 15-min window
is 5 seconds
5.9 G-240W-F functional blocks
G-240W-F indoor ONTs are single-residence ONTs that support Wireless (Wi-Fi)
service. Wi-Fi services on these ONTs are compliant with the IEEE 802.11 standard
and enabled or disabled using a WLAN button. In addition to the Wi-Fi service, these
ONTs transmit Ethernet packets to four RJ-45 Ethernet ports and voice traffic to two
RJ-11 POTS ports. These ONTs also feature fiber optic, USB, and power
connectors.
Figure 17 shows the functional blocks for G-240W-F indoor ONT.
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Single-residence Wi-Fi ONT with Gigabit Ethernet and POTS and without RF video
1V6
USB
Socket
WIFI
PCI-E
MDIX2
NAND
FLASH
MDIX2
DDR3
SoC
Transformer
Transformer
RX/TX_SD,
TX_PD, TX_Fault
Optical
BOB
SerDes
12C
ZSI
DC/DC
3V3
1V0
1V2
5V_USB
VBAT
GPON
LED
SLAC
SLIC
Clock, JTAG,Reset
Protection
DC12V
12V
Adaptor
4GE
1000/100/10
RJ45x4
LDO
1V5
2 POTS
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ONT SoC technology serves as the main hardware block for these ONTs; see
Figure 18.
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G-240W-F ONT hardware block
POTS ports
Control
processor
SoC
DSP
SoC Bridge
Ethernet
MACs
GPON
MAC
Ethernet ports
GPON
19421
ONT SoC technology consists of five key elements:
• GPON MAC
•
•
•
•
Issue: 01
The Gigabit Passive Optical Network Media Access Control (GPON MAC)
element on the SoC terminates the GPON interface using an optical diplexer. This
interface supports GPON as described in G.984.3 (GPON TC Layer) ITU
specification.
Ethernet MAC
The SoC provides up to four GE MACs.
DSP interface
The Digital Signal Processor (DSP) provides voice processing for 2 POTS lines
with 3-way calling. The DSP has a dedicated 64 kbyte instruction cache and
shares a 32 kbyte data cache with the Control Processor. It provides up to 4
network processor cores, each at 800MHz.
Control Processor
The Control Processor features an integral memory management unit that
supports a dedicated 64 kbyte instruction cache and shares a single 32 kbyte data
cache with the DSP. The Control Processor and DSP also include a single
channel Data Management Application (DMA) controller with a 4 kbyte read
ahead low-latency Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) access port. The
processors typically run at 600 MHz.
Switch matrix
The Switch matrix provides an integrated data channel between the four GE
MACs, the GPON MAC, the DSP, the control processor, and the other integrated
elements such as flash memory, DRAM, and the local bus controller.
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These ONTs can also interact with additional hardware components to support
functionality not provided by the SoC technology.
5.10
G-240W-F standards compliance
G-240W-F indoor ONTs are compliant with the following standards:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
802.1p QoS
802.1q VLANs
802.3 auto negotiation, flow control
802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz
Codec G.711 a/u, G.722, G.723, G.726, G.729
EN 300-328 v1.9.1 wide band data transmission standards for 2.4GHz bands
Energy Star standards. Level 6
EU CoC v5 broadband communication
G.984 support GPON interface (framing)
G.984.2 support for Amd1, class B+
G.984.3 support for activation and password functions
G.984.3 support for AES with operator enable/disable on per port-ID level
G.984.3 support for FEC in both upstream and downstream directions
G.984.3 support for multicast using a single GEM Port-ID for all video traffic
G984.4 and G.983.2 support for OMCI v1 and v2 interface for ONT management
and provisioning
• SIPv2 RFC 3261 signaling
Figure 19 shows the product label for the G-240W-F ONT.
Figure 19
G-240W-F ONT product label
Figure 20 shows an example of the safety label for the G-240W-F ONT.
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5.10.1
G-240W-F unit data sheet
G-240W-F ONT safety label
Energy-related products standby and off modes
compliance
Hereby, Nokia declares that the G-240W-F ONTs are in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2009/125/EC
together with Commission Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 and Commission
Regulation (EC) No 801/2013.
The G-240W-F ONTS qualify as equipment with high network availability (HiNA)
functionality. Since the main purpose of G-240W-F ONTs is to provide network
functionality with HiNA 7 days /24 hours, the modes Off/Standby, Power
Management, and Networked Standby are inappropriate.
For information about the type and number of network ports, see “G-240W-F
interfaces and interface capacity” in this chapter.
For information about power consumption, see “G-240W-F detailed specifications” in
this chapter.
5.11
G-240W-F special considerations
G-240W-F is a Package S ONT.
5.11.1
Wi-Fi service
G-240W-F indoor ONTs feature Wi-Fi service as well as voice and data services.
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide wireless
HSI and network connections. This ONT complies with the IEEE 802.11 standards,
which the Wi-Fi Alliance defines as the basis for Wi-Fi technology.
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Wi-Fi physical features
G-240W-F indoor ONTs have the following physical features that assist in providing
Wi-Fi service:
• WLAN button for enabling and disabling Wi-Fi service
• two external multi-directional antennae
• Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) push button for enabling and disabling wireless
protective services
5.11.1.2
Wi-Fi standards and certifications
The Wi-Fi service on G-240W-F indoor ONTs supports the following IEEE standards
and Wi-Fi Alliance certifications:
• certified for IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards
• WPA support including WPA-PSK
• certified for WPA2-Personal and WPA2-Enterprise
5.11.1.3
Wi-Fi GUI features
G-240W-F indoor ONTs have HTML-based Wi-Fi configuration GUIs.
5.11.2
G-240W-F ONT considerations and limitations
Table 15 lists the considerations and limitations for Package S G-240W-F ONTs.
Table 15
G-240W-F ONT considerations and limitations
Considerations and limitations
Do not put the metallic material plate on top of the enclosure.
Call History Data collection (ONTCALLHST) is supported, except for the following parameters:
RTP packets (discarded), far-end RTCP and RTCP-XR participation, RTCP average and peak round trip delay,
MOS, average jitter, number of jitter-buffer over-runs and under runs.
Some voice features are configurable on a per ONT basis, including Call Waiting, Call Hold, 3-Way Calling, and
Call Transfer.
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Considerations and limitations
The following voice features / GSIP parameters are configurable on a per-Client/ per-ONT basis (not
per-Subscriber):
• Enable Caller ID and Enable Caller Name ID
• Digitmap and the associated Interdigit and Critical timers and Enter key parameters
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•
•
•
Warmline timer is enabled per subscriber, but the warmline timer value is configured per ONT and must
have a lower value than the Permanent time
Miscellaneous timers: Permanent, Timed-release, Reanswer, Error-tone, and CW-alert timers
Features / functions: Message waiting mode, WMWI refresh interval, DTMF volume level
Service Codes for the following features: CCW, Call Hold and Warmline
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6 Install a G-240W-F indoor ONT
6.1 Purpose
6.2 General
6.3 Prerequisites
6.4 Recommended tools
6.5 Safety information
6.6 Procedure
6.1 Purpose
This chapter provides the steps to install a G-240W-F indoor ONT.
6.2 General
The steps listed in this chapter describe mounting and cabling for G-240W-F indoor
ONTs.
6.3 Prerequisites
You need the following items before beginning the installation:
• all required cables
6.4 Recommended tools
You need the following tools for the installation:
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•
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#2 Phillips screwdriver
1/4 in. (6 mm) flat blade screwdriver
wire strippers
fiber optic splicing tools
RJ-45 cable plug crimp tool
voltmeter or multimeter
optical power meter
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• drill and drill bits
• paper clip
6.5 Safety information
Read the following safety information before installing the unit.
Danger 1 — Hazardous electrical voltages and currents can
cause serious physical harm or death. Always use insulated
tools and follow proper safety precautions when connecting or
disconnecting power circuits.
Danger 2 — Make sure all sources of power are turned off and
have no live voltages present on feed lines or terminals. Use a
voltmeter to measure for voltage before proceeding.
Danger 3 — Always contact the local utility company before
connecting the enclosure to the utilities.
Warning — This equipment is ESD sensitive. Proper ESD
protections should be used when removing the fiber access
cover of the indoor ONT.
Caution — Keep indoor ONTs out of direct sunlight. Prolonged
exposure to direct sunlight can damage the unit.
Note 1 — Observe the local and national laws and regulations
that may be applicable to this installation.
Note 2 — Observe the following:
• The indoor ONT should be installed in accordance with the
applicable requirements of the NEC or CEC. Local
authorities and practices take precedent when there is
conflict between the local standard and the NEC or CEC.
• The indoor ONT must be installed by qualified service
personnel.
• Indoor ONTs must be installed with cables that are suitably
rated and listed for indoor use.
• See the detailed specifications in the G-240W-F unit data
sheet for the temperature ranges for these ONTs.
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6.6 Procedure
Use this procedure to install a G-240W-F indoor ONT.
Place the indoor ONT unit:
On the flat surface, such as a desk or shelf; go to step 3.
Note — The G-240W-F cannot be stacked with another ONT or with
other equipment. The ONT mounting requirements are:
•
•
•
allow a minimum 100 mm clearance above the top cover
allow a minimum 50 mm clearance from the side vents
do not place any heat source directly above the top cover or below the
bottom cover
On a wall; go to step 2.
Mount the G-240W-F indoor ONT on a wall.
The G-240W-F indoor ONT can be mounted in either a horizontal or vertical position.
Figure 21 shows the wall mounting holes for the G-240W-F ONTs.
Figure 21
G-240W-F indoor ONT wall mounting holes (bottom view)
Connections (back)
Antenna
Antenna
US B 1
US B 2
LA N 1
LA N 2
LA N 3
LA N 4
TE L 1
TE L 2
POWER
ON/OFF
Fiber cover
ON/OFF
buttons (side):
RE S E T
LE D
Wall
mounting
hole
WLA N
WP S
LEDs (front)
RESET
LED
WLAN
WPS
Wall
mounting
hole
26033
If possible, mount the ONT on a wall stud
ii
Issue: 01
Mark the wall with the location of the mounting holes. These holes should be the same
distance apart as the distance between the centers of the keyholes on the ONT.
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Drill the two holes in the wall where the ONT will be mounted and then drive the
mounting screws into the holes.
The recommended length of mounting screw is 1.15 in. (3.8 cm).
Do not drive the screw into the wall completely. Leave approximately 1/8 in. (6 mm)
between the screw head and the wall surface.
iv
Slide the wall mount keyholes on the ONT enclosure down over the mounting screws
until the ONT is securely seated.
Review the connection locations as shown in Figures 22 and 23.
Figure 22
G-240W-F indoor ONT connections (back view)
Antenna
USB ports (2)
Antenna
Ethernet ports (4)
POTS ports (2)
Power
input
On/off
button
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G-240W-F ONT Reset, LED, WLAN, and WPS buttons and fiber
optic connection (bottom and side view)
Connections (back)
Antenna
Antenna
US B 1
US B 2
LA N 1
LA N 2
LA N 3
LA N 4
TE L 1
TE L 2
POWER
ON/OFF
Fiber raceway
RE S E T
LE D
WLA N
ON/OFF
buttons
(side)
WP S
Fiber optic port
LEDs (front)
26032
The G-240W-F ONT features a fiber cover to protect the fiber optic cable and connection, as
shown in Figure 24.
Figure 24
G-240W-F indoor ONT with fiber cover open
Antenna
Fiber cover
Connections
(back)
Antenna
LEDs
(front)
Side
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Connect the Ethernet cables to the RJ-45 ports; see Figure 22 for the location of the RJ-45
ports.
Route the POTS cables directly to the RJ-11 ports as per local practices.
The POTS port to the left is labeled 1 for Line 1 while the port on the right is labeled 2 for Line
2, as shown in Figure 22.
Connect the fiber optic cable with SC/APC adapter into the SC/APC connector on the bottom
of the ONT; see Figure 23 for the location of the SC/APC connector.
Danger — Fiber cables transmit invisible laser light. To avoid eye
damage or blindness, never look directly into fibers, connectors, or
adapters.
Warning — Be careful to maintain a bend radius of no less than 1.5 in.
(3.8 cm) when connecting the fiber optic cable. Too small of a bend radius
in the cable can result in damage to the optic fiber.
Note — Fiber cable preparation varies depending on the type and size
of the inside or outside plant fiber cable being spliced to the SC/APC
(SC/UPC) fiber optic pigtail cable.
Install the power supply according to manufacturer specifications.
Note — Observe the following:
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Units must be powered by a Listed or CE approved and marked
limited power source power supply with a minimum output rate of
12 V dc, 1.25 A.
Connect the power cable to the power connector.
Power up the ONT unit by using the power on/off switch.
10
If used, enable the Wi-Fi service.
Locate the WLAN button on the side of the ONT; see Figure 23 for location of the WLAN
button.
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Press the WLAN button to change the status of the Wi-Fi service.
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If used, enable the WPS.
Locate the WPS button on the side of the ONT; see Figure 23 for location of the WPS
button.
ii
Press the WPS button to change the status of the WPS.
12
Verify the ONT LEDs, voltage status, and optical signal levels; see the 7368 Hardware and
Cabling Installation Guide.
13
Activate and test the services; see the 7368 Hardware and Cabling Installation Guide.
14
If used, configure the SLID; see the 7368 ISAM ONT Configuration, Management, and
Troubleshooting Guide.
15
If necessary, reset the ONT.
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Figure 23.
ii
Insert the end of a straightened paper clip or other narrow object into the hole in the
Reset button to reset the ONT.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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7 Replace a G-240W-F indoor ONT
7.1 Purpose
7.2 General
7.3 Prerequisites
7.4 Recommended tools
7.5 Safety information
7.6 Procedure
7.1 Purpose
This chapter provides the steps to replace G-240W-F indoor ONTs.
7.2 General
The steps listed in this chapter describe mounting and cabling for G-240W-F indoor
ONTs.
7.3 Prerequisites
You need the following items before beginning the installation:
• all required cables
7.4 Recommended tools
You need the following tools for replacing the ONT:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Issue: 01
#2 Phillips screwdriver
1/4 in. (6 mm) flat blade screwdriver
wire strippers
fiber optic splicing tools
RJ-45 cable plug crimp tool
voltmeter or multimeter
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• optical power meter
• drill and drill bits
7.5 Safety information
Read the following safety information before replacing the unit.
Danger 1 — Hazardous electrical voltages and currents can
cause serious physical harm or death. Always use insulated
tools and follow proper safety precautions when connecting or
disconnecting power circuits.
Danger 2 — Make sure all sources of power are turned off and
have no live voltages present on feed lines or terminals. Use a
voltmeter to measure for voltage before proceeding.
Danger 3 — Always contact the local utility company before
connecting the enclosure to the utilities.
Warning — This equipment is ESD sensitive. Proper ESD
protections should be used when removing the fiber access
cover of the indoor ONT.
Caution — Keep indoor ONTs out of direct sunlight. Prolonged
exposure to direct sunlight can damage the unit.
Note 1 — Observe the local and national laws and regulations
that may be applicable to this installation.
Note 2 — Observe the following:
• The indoor ONT should be installed in accordance with the
applicable requirements of the NEC or CEC. Local
authorities and practices take precedent when there is
conflict between the local standard and the NEC or CEC.
• The indoor ONT must be installed by qualified service
personnel.
• Indoor ONTs must be installed with cables that are suitably
rated and listed for indoor use.
• See the detailed specifications in the G-240W-F unit data
sheet for the ONT temperature ranges for these ONTs.
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7.6 Procedure
Use this procedure to replace a G-240W-F indoor ONT.
Deactivate the ONT services at the P-OLT.
If you are using the SLID feature, this step is not required. The ONT and the services can
remain in service (IS).
Use the RTRV-ONT command to verify the ONT status and th associated services.
Record the serial number or the SLID of the ONT displayed in the command output.
Example:
RTRV-ONT::ONT-1-1-1-1-1;
ii
If the ONT is in service, place the ONT in OOS state.
Example:
ED-ONT::ONT-1-1-1-1-1::OOS;
If used, disable the Wi-Fi service by pressing the WLAN button; see Figure 25 for the location
of the WLAN button on the side of the ONT.
Figure 25
G-240W-F indoor ONT Reset, LED, WLAN, and WPS buttons
(side)
Connections (back)
Antenna
Antenna
US B 1
US B 2
LA N 1
LA N 2
LA N 3
LA N 4
TE L 1
TE L 2
POWER
ON/OFF
Fiber cover
ON/OFF
buttons (side):
RE S E T
LE D
Wall
mounting
hole
WLA N
WP S
LEDs (front)
RESET
LED
WLAN
WPS
Wall
mounting
hole
26033
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Power down the unit by using the on/off power switch; see Figure 26 for the location of the
power switch.
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Antenna
USB ports (2)
Antenna
Ethernet ports (4)
POTS ports (2)
Power
input
On/off
button
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Disconnect the POTS, Ethernet, and power cables from the ONT; see Figure 26 for the
connector locations on the G-240W-F indoor ONT.
Disconnect the fiber optic cable; see Figure 27 for the location of the fiber optic port on the
bottom of the ONT..
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G-240W-F indoor ONT fiber optic port (bottom view)
Connections (back)
Antenna
Antenna
US B 1
US B 2
LA N 1
LA N 2
LA N 3
LA N 4
TE L 1
TE L 2
POWER
ON/OFF
Fiber raceway
RE S E T
LE D
WLA N
ON/OFF
buttons
(side)
WP S
Fiber optic port
LEDs (front)
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Danger — Fiber cables transmit invisible laser light. To avoid eye
damage or blindness, never look directly into fibers, connectors, or
adapters.
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Unplug the fiber optic cable with SC/APC connector from the fiber optic port on the
bottom of the ONT; see Figure 27 for the location of the fiber optic port.
ii
Attach a fiber dust cover to the end of the SC/APC (SC/UPC) connector.
Replace the ONT with a new unit:
On a flat surface, such as a desk or shelf, substitute the new ONT for the old ONT,
horizontally resting on its four feet.
On a wall.
Slide the old ONT off of the mounting screws until the ONT is free of the wall.
ii
Slide the wall mount holes on the ONT enclosure over the mounting screws until
it is securely seated.
Connect the Ethernet cables directly to the RJ-45 ports; see Figure 26 for the location of the
RJ-45 ports.
Connect the POTS cables directly to the RJ-11 ports as per local practices; see Figure 26 for
the location of the RJ-11 ports.
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The RJ-11 port to the left is labeled 1 for Line 1 while the port on the right is labeled 2 for Line
2.
If required, have approved service personnel who are trained to work with optic fiber clean
the fiber optic connection. See the 7368 ISAM ONT Configuration, Management, and
Troubleshooting Guide for more information about fiber optic handling, inspection, and
cleaning.
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Connect the fiber optic cable with SC/APC adapter into the SC/APC connector on the bottom
of the ONT. Figure 27 shows the location of the SC/APC connector.
Danger — Fiber cables transmit invisible laser light. To avoid eye
damage or blindness, never look directly into fibers, connectors, or
adapters.
Warning — Be careful to maintain a bend radius of no less than 1.5 in.
(3.8 cm) when connecting the fiber optic cable. Too small of a bend radius
in the cable can result in damage to the optic fiber.
Note — Fiber cable preparation varies depending on the type and size
of the inside or outside plant fiber cable being spliced to the SC/APC fiber
optic pigtail cable.
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Install the power supply according to manufacturer specifications.
Note — Observe the following:
•
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Units must be powered by a Listed or CE approved and marked
limited power source power supply with a minimum output rate of
12 V dc, 1.25 A.
12
Connect the power cable to the power connector.
13
Power up the unit by using the power switch.
14
If used, enable the Wi-Fi service by pressing the WLAN button on the side of the ONT; see
Figure 25 for the location of the WLAN button.
15
If used, enable the WPS by pressing the WPS button on the side of the ONT; see Figure 25
for the location of the WPS button.
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If used, configure the SLID; see the 7368 ISAM ONT Configuration, Management, and
Troubleshooting Guide for more information.
Note — A new SLID or the old SLID may be used with the replacement
ONT. If a new SLID is used, the new SLID must also be programmed at
the P-OLT using TL1 or a network manager. If the old SLID is used, no
changes need to be made at the P-OLT; see the operations and
maintenance documentation for the OLT for more details.
17
Verify the ONT LEDs, voltage status, and optical signal levels; see the 7368 Hardware and
Cabling Installation Guide.
18
Activate and test the services; see the 7368 Hardware and Cabling Installation Guide.
19
If necessary, reset the ONT.
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Locate the Reset button on the side of the G-240W-F indoor ONT as shown in
Figure 25.
ii
Insert the end of a straightened paper clip or other narrow object into the hole in the
Reset button to reset the ONT.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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8 Configure a G-240W-F indoor ONT
8.1 General
8.2 HGU mode GUI configuration
8.3 SFU mode GUI configuration
8.4 Operator ID
8.1 General
Please refer to the configuration information provided with your OLT for the software
configuration procedure for a G-240W-F ONT.
For HTTP configuration procedures, please refer to the 7368 ISAM ONT
Configuration, Management, and Troubleshooting Guide.
8.2 HGU mode GUI configuration
Use the procedures below to use the web-based GUI for the G-240W-F in HGU
mode. This mode is preset at delivery.
A home gateway unit (HGU) is a home networking device, used as a gateway to
connect devices in the home through fiber to the Internet. An HGU provides a variety
of features for the home network including routing and firewall capability. By using
the HGU, users can connect all smart equipment in their home, including personal
computers, set-top boxes, mobile phones, and other consumer electronics devices,
to the Internet.
8.2.1
Login
Use the procedure below to login to the web-based GUI for the G-240W-F.
Procedure 6
Login to web-based GUI
Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the ONT in the address bar.
The login window appears.
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The default gateway IP address is http://192.168.1.254. You can connect to this IP address
using your web browser after connecting your PC to one of Ethernet ports of the ONT. The
static IP address of your PC must be in the same subnet as the ONT.
Enter your username and password in the Log in window, as shown in Figure 28.
The default user name is userAdmin. The default password is a random number, which is
included in the ONT kit.
Figure 28
Web login window
Caution — Pressing the Reset button for less than 10 seconds reboots
the ONT; pressing the Reset button for 10 seconds resets the ONT to the
factory defaults, except for the LOID and SLID.
Note — If you forget the current username and password, press the
reset button for 10 s and the default values for the username and
password will be recovered at startup.
Click Login.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.2.2
Device and connection status
G-240W-F ONTs support the retrieval of a variety of device and connection
information, including:
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•
•
•
•
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LAN status
WAN status
WAN status IPv6
home networking information
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• optics module status
• statistics
• voice information
Procedure 7
Device information retrieval
Select Status > Device Information from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 29.
Figure 29
Device Information window
Table 16 describes the fields in the Device Information window.
Table 16
Device Information parameters
Field
Description
Device Name
Name on the ONT
Vendor
Name of the vendor
Serial Number
Serial number of the ONT
Hardware version
Hardware version of the ONT
Boot version
Boot version of the ONT
Software version
Software version of the ONT
Chipset
Chipset of the ONT
(1 of 2)
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Description
Lot Number
Production date of the ONT
Device Running Time
Amount of time the device has run since
last reset in hours, minutes, and seconds
(2 of 2)
Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 8
LAN status retrieval
Select Status > LAN Status from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 30.
Figure 30
LAN status window
Table 17 describes the fields in the LAN status window.
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Field
Description
Wireless Information
Wireless Status
Indicates whether the wireless is on or off
Wireless Channel
Wireless channel number
SSID Name
Name of each SSID
Wireless Encryption Status
Encryption type used on the wireless connection
Wireless Rx Packets
Number of packets received on the wireless connection
Wireless Tx Packets
Number of packets transmitted on the wireless connection
Wireless Rx Bytes
Number of bytes received on the wireless connection
Wireless Tx Bytes
Number of bytes transmitted on the wireless connection
Power Transmission (mW)
Power of the wireless transmission, in mW
Ethernet Information
Ethernet Status
Indicates whether the Ethernet connection is on or off
Ethernet IP Address
IP address of the Ethernet connection
Ethernet Subnet Mask
Subnet Mask of the Ethernet connection
Ethernet MAC Address
MAC address of the Ethernet connection
Ethernet Rx Packets
Number of packets received on the Ethernet connection
Ethernet Tx Packets
Number of packets transmitted on the Ethernet connection
Ethernet Rx Bytes
Number of bytes received on the Ethernet connection
Ethernet Tx Bytes
Number of bytes transmitted on the Ethernet connection
Information (for each LAN line)
Issue: 01
Status
Status of the LAN line: up or down
Duplex Mode
Duplex mode: full duplex or half duplex
Max Bit Rate
Max bit rate: auto or number
Errors Received
Number of errors received
Errors Sent
Number of errors sent
Packets Received
Number of packets received
Packets Sent
Number of packets sent
Bytes Received
Number of bytes received
Bytes Sent
Number of bytes sent
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Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 9
WAN status retrieval
Select Status > WAN Status from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 31.
Figure 31
WAN status window
Table 18 describes the fields in the WAN status window.
Table 18
WAN status parameters
Field
Description
WAN connection list
Drop-down menu listing all WAN connections. The connection
shown is the connection for which WAN status will be shown.
Connection Mode
Connection mode of the WAN connection
Enable/Disable
Select this checkbox to enable the WAN connection
VLAN
VLAN ID
WAN Link Status
Whether the WAN link is up or down
(1 of 2)
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Description
Pon Link Status
Whether the PON link is up or down
Tx Packets
Number of packets transmitted on the WAN connection
Rx Packets
Number of packets received on the WAN connection
Tx Dropped
Number of packets dropped on the transmit WAN connection
Rx Dropped
Number of packets dropped on the receive WAN connection
Err Packets
Number of errored packets on the WAN connection
(2 of 2)
Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 10
WAN status IPv6 retrieval
Select Status > WAN Status IPv6 from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 32.
Figure 32
WAN status IPv6 window
Table 19 describes the fields in the WAN status IPv6 window.
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Field
Description
WAN connection list
Drop-down menu listing all WAN connections. The connection
shown is the connection for which WAN status will be shown.
Enable/Disable
Select this checkbox to enable the WAN connection
VLAN
VLAN ID
WAN Link Status
Whether the WAN link is up or down
IPv6 Address
IPv6 Address that identifies the device and its location
IPv6 Prefix
IPv6 prefix
IPv6 Gateway
IPv6 gateway address
Primary DNS
Primary Domain Name Server
Second DNS
Secondary Domain Name Server
Pon Link Status
Whether the PON link is up or down
Tx Packets
Number of packets transmitted on the WAN connection
Rx Packets
Number of packets received on the WAN connection
Tx Dropped
Number of packets dropped on the transmit WAN connection
Rx Dropped
Number of packets dropped on the receive WAN connection
Err Packets
Number of errored packets on the WAN connection
Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Home networking information retrieval
Select Status > Home Networking from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 33.
Figure 33
Home networking information window
Table 20 describes the fields in the Home networking window.
Table 20
Field
Home networking parameters
Description
Local Interface
Ethernet
Table displays the number of Ethernet connections and their settings
Wireless (2.4G)
Table displays the number of wireless connections and their settings
Wireless Settings (2.4G)
Network Name
Name of the wireless network
Access Point
Hexadecimal address of the wireless access point
Local Devices
Table entry
Issue: 01
Each entry indicates the status, connection type, device name, IPv4 address,
hardware address, and IP address allocation of each connected local device.
Click Delete to delete a particular local device connection.
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Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 12
Optics module status retrieval
Select Status > Optics Module Status from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 34.
Figure 34
Optics module status window
Table 21 describes the fields in the Optics module status window.
Table 21
Optics module status parameters
Field
Description
Laser Bias Current (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements)
Laser bias current, measured in uA
Optics Module Voltage (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements)
Optics module voltage, measured in V
Optics Module Temperature (ONT ANI-ONT-Side
Optical Measurements)
Optics module temperature, measured in C
Rx Optics Signal Level at 1490 nm (ONT
ANI-ONT-Side Optical Measurements)
Received optics signal level at 1490 nm, measured
in dBm
(1 of 2)
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Description
Tx Optics Signal Level at 1310 nm (ONT
ANI-ONT-Side Optical Measurements)
Transmitted optics signal level at 1310 nm,
measured in dBm
Lower (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements-Optical Threshold)
Lower optical threshold, measured in dBm
Upper (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements-Optical Threshold)
Lower optical threshold, measured in dBm
(2 of 2)
Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 13
Statistics retrieval
Select Status > Statistics from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window.
Statistics are available for LAN ports and WAN ports.
Figure 35 shows the statistics for the LAN ports.
Figure 35
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If there are no WAN connections to display, the system displays a message to indicate that.
Procedure 14
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Voice information retrieval
Select Status > Voice Information from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 36.
Figure 36
Voice Information window
Table 22 describes the fields in the Voice Information window.
Table 22
Voice Information parameters
Field
Description
Line
Select the POTS line: 1 or 2
Line Status
Status of the selected POTS line: IDLE, Off Hook, or On Hook
Softswitch(1)
Proxy IP address; blank if the line is not registered
Phone number(1)
Phone number configured for the selected telephone line
(1 of 2)
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Description
Register Status
Registration status of the selected POTS port: registered or
unregistered
Register Error Code
Error code for the unregistered POTS port
Register Error Reason
Error reason for the unregistered POTS port
User Agent IP
IP address of the user agent
(2 of 2)
Note
(1)
This field is only visible at the adminGPON level; it is not visible at the userAdmin level.
Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.2.3
Network configuration
G-240W-F ONTs also support network configuration, including:
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LAN IPv6
WAN
WAN DHCP
wireless 2.4GHz
wireless schedule
IP routing
DNS
TR-069
QoS
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LAN networking configuration
Select Network > LAN from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 37.
Figure 37
LAN network window
Table 23 describes the fields in the LAN network window.
Table 23
LAN network parameters
Field
Description
Port Mode: All Port to L2 Mode
Select this checkbox to set all ports to Bridge mode
Port Mode: Port 1 - 4
Drop-down port mode for each port: Route mode or Bridge mode
IPv4 Address
IP Address of the ONT
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of the ONT
DHCP enable
Select this checkbox to enable DHCP
DHCP Start IP Address
Starting DHCP IP address
DHCP End IP Address
Ending DHCP IP address
DHCP Lease Time
DHCP lease time (in min)
Primary DNS
Primary DNS address
Secondary DNS
Secondary DNS address
(1 of 2)
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Description
Static DHCP MAC Address
MAC address to associate to the LAN
Static DHCP IPv4 Address
IPv4 address to associate to the MAC address
(2 of 2)
Issue: 01
Select the mode for each port.
Click Save.
Enter the DHCP configuration information.
Click Save.
Bind a MAC address to the LAN by entering the MAC and IP addresses and then clicking
Add. Repeat for all MAC addresses to be bound.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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LAN IPv6 networking configuration
Select Network > LAN_IPv6 from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 38.
Figure 38
LAN IPv6 network window
Table 24 describes the fields in the LAN IPv6 network window.
Table 24
LAN IPv6 network parameters
Field
Description
DNS Server
Choose a DNS server from the drop-down menu.
prefix config
Choose a prefix config option from the drop-down menu, either
WANConnection (prefix will be obtained from the WAN) or Static (enables you
to enter the prefix).
prefix
This field appears if you selected the “Static” option for the “prefix config” field.
Type a connection.
Interface
This field appears if you selected the Wan Connection option for the “prefix
config” field. Choose a WAN connection interface from the drop-down menu.
DHCP Start IP Address
Enter the starting DHCP IP address.
DHCP End IP Address
Enter the ending DHCP IP address.
Whether the address info
through DCHP
Select this checkbox to enable address information retrieval through DHCP.
(1 of 2)
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Field
Description
Whether other info
obtained through DHCP
Select this checkbox to enable retrieval of other information through DHCP.
Maximum interval for
periodic RA messages
Enter the maximum interval (in seconds) for periodic Router Advertisement
messages. The interval range is from 4 to 1800.
Minimum interval for
periodic RA messages
Enter the minimum interval (in seconds) for periodic Router Advertisement
messages. The interval range is from 4 to 1800.
(2 of 2)
Issue: 01
Choose a DNS server, prefix config, and interface.
Select or enter the DHCP configuration information.
Enter the maximum and minimum intervals for RA messages.
Click Save/Apply.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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WAN networking configuration
Select Network > WAN from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 39.
Figure 39
WAN network window
Table 25 describes the fields in the WAN network window.
Table 25
WAN network parameters
Field
Description
WAN Connection List
Choose a WAN connection from the drop-down menu to set the connection
parameters
Connection Type
Select a connection type: IPoE or PPPoE
IP Mode
Choose an IP mode from the drop-down menu: IPv4 or IPv6
Enable/Disable
Select this checkbox to enable the WAN connection
NAT
Select this checkbox to enable NAT
Service
Select the checkboxes to enable service types for this connection
Enable VLAN
Select this checkbox to enable VLAN
VLAN ID
Enter the VLAN ID
VLAN PRI
Enter the VLAN PRI
WAN IP Mode
Choose an IP mode from the drop-down menu
(1 of 2)
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Field
Description
Manual DNS
Enter a manual DNS
(2 of 2)
Configure a specific WAN connection.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 18
WAN DHCP configuration
Select Network > WAN DHCP from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 40.
Figure 40
WAN DHCP window
Table 26 describes the fields in the WAN DHCP window.
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WAN DHCP parameters
Field
Description
WAN Connection List
Choose a WAN connection from the drop-down menu
DHCP Option 50 persistent
Select this checkbox to enable DHCP Option 50 persistent
Enable DHCP Option 60
Select this checkbox to enable DHCP Option 60 (vendor class identifier)
Enable DHCP Option 61
Select this checkbox to enable DHCP Option 61 (client identifier)
Configure a WAN DHCP option.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 19
Wireless 2.4GHz networking configuration
Select Network > Wireless 2.4GHz from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 41.
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Table 27 describes the fields in the Wireless 2.4GHZ network window.
Table 27
WiFi 2.4G network parameters
Field
Description
Enable
Select this checkbox to enable WiFi
Mode
Choose a Wi-Fi mode from the drop-down menu:
• auto (b/g/n)
• b
• g
• n
•
Bandwidth
b/g
Choose from:
• 20 MHz
• 40 MHz
•
20/40 MHz
Channel
Choose a channel from the drop-down menu or choose Auto to have the channel
automatically assigned
Transmitting Power
Choose a percentage for the transmitting power from the drop-down menu:
• Low (25%)
• Medium (50%)
• High (75%)
•
Maximum (100%)
WMM
Choose Enable or Disable from the drop-down menu to enable or disable WiFi
multi-media
Total MAX Users
Enter the number of total MAX users
SSID Select
Choose the SSID from the drop-down menu
SSID Name
Enter the SSID name
Enable SSID
Enable or disable SSID from this drop-down menu
SSID Broadcast
Enable or disable SSID broadcast from this drop-down menu
MAX Users
Enter the number of MAX users
Encryption Mode
Choose an encryption mode from the drop-down menu:
• OPEN
• WEP
• WPA/WPA2 Personal
•
WPA Version
Choose a WPA version from the drop-down menu:
• WPA1
• WPA2
•
WPA Encryption
Mode
WPA/WPA2 Enterprise (1)(2)
WPA1/WPA2
Choose a WPA encryption mode from the drop-down menu:
• TKIP
• AES
•
TKIP/AES
(1 of 2)
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Description
WPA Key
Enter the WPA key
Enable WPS
Enable or disable WPS from this drop-down menu
(2 of 2)
Notes
(1)
When Encryption Mode is set to “WPA/WPA2 Enterprise”, the following options are no longer available: WPA
version, WPA encryption mode, WPA key, Enable WPS, WPS mode.
(2)
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When Encryption Mode is set to “WPA/WPA2 Enterprise”, the following options become available: Primary
RADIUS server, port and password; Secondary RADIUS server, port, and password; RADIUS accounting port.
Configure the WiFi connection.
If you have enabled and configured WPS, click WPS connect.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Wireless scheduling
Select Network > Wireless Schedule from the top-level menu in the GPON Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 42.
Figure 42
Wireless Schedule window
Select the Schedule Function checkbox to turn the wireless signal off for the configured
period.
Click the plus sign (+) to add a scheduling rule.
A separate panel displays for configuring wireless schedule rules.
Enter a start time and end time for the period in which you want the wireless signal off.
Choose Everyday or Individual Days from the drop-down menu.
If you chose Individual Days, select the checkboxes for the desired days.
The Recurrence Pattern shows the rules created to date.
Issue: 01
If desired, click the plus sign (+) to add more rules.
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Click Save Changes.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 21
IP Routing configuration
Select Network > IP Routing from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 43.
Figure 43
IP Routing network window
Table 28 describes the fields in the IP Routing network window.
Table 28
IP Routing network parameters
Field
Description
Enable Routing
Select this checkbox to enable routing
Destination IP Address
Enter the destination IP address
Destination Netmask
Enter the destination network mask
Gateway
Enter the gateway address
(1 of 2)
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Description
IPv4 Interface
Choose a WAN connection previously created in the
WAN network window from the drop-down menu
Forwarding Policy
Choose a forwarding policy from the drop-down menu
(2 of 2)
Enter the routing information.
Click Add.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 22
DNS configuration
Select Network > DNS from the top-level menu in the Home Gateway window, as shown in
Figure 44.
Figure 44
DNS network window
Table 29 describes the fields in the DNS network window.
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Field
Description
DNS Proxy Enabled
Select the Enabled checkbox to enable DNS proxy
Domain Name
Enter the domain name
IPv4 Address
Enter the IPv4 address
OriginalDomain
Enter the original domain name
New Domain
Enter the new domain name
Select the Enabled checkbox and click Save to enable DNS proxy.
Enter the domain name and IPv4 address and click Add.
If required, associate an original domain with a new domain, click Add.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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TR-069 configuration
Select Network > TR-069 from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 45.
Figure 45
TR-069 network window
Table 30 describes the fields in the TR-069 network window.
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Field
Description
Periodic Inform Enable
Select this checkbox to enable periodic inform updates
Periodic Inform Interval(s)
Time between periodic inform updates, in seconds
URL
URL of the auto-configuration server
Username
Username used to log in to the ONT
Password
Password used to log in to the ONT
Connect Request Username
Username used to log in to the auto-configuration server
Connect Request Password
Password used to log in to the auto-configuration server
Configure TR-069 by entering the required information.
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Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 24
QoS configuration
Select Network > QoS Config from the top-level menu in the Home Gateway window.
Figure 46 shows the window for configuring QoS L2 (Layer 2 packet sizes).
Figure 46
QoS Config window (L2)
Table 31 describes the fields in the QoS Config window.
Table 31
QoS Config parameters
Field
Description
Type
Choose a QoS service layer type from the drop-down menu L2 or L3.
Source MAC
Enter the source MAC.
Select the Exclude checkbox to exclude the source MAC
Interface
Choose an interface from the drop-down menu
(1 of 2)
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Description
802.1p Mark
Enter the value for the 802.1p (range: 0-7)
DSCP Mark
Enter the value for the DSCP mark (range: 0-63)
Forwarding Policy
Enter the number for the forwarding policy (range: 1-7)
Additional fields for L3
Protocol
Choose a protocol from the drop-down menu, or select the Exclude checkbox
Application
Choose an application from the drop-down menu
Source IP and
Source IP Mask
Enter the values for the source IP and IP mask, or select the Exclude checkbox
Destination IP and
Destination IP Mask
Enter the values for the destination IP and IP mask, or select the Exclude checkbox
Source Port and
Source Port Max
Enter the values for the source port and port max (highest port number) or select the
Exclude checkbox
Destination Port and
Destination Port Max
Enter the values for the destination port and port max (highest port number), or select
the Exclude checkbox
(2 of 2)
Choose a QoS type from the drop-down menu: L2 or L3.
Configure a QoS policy.
Click Add to add a QoS policy.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.2.4
Security configuration
G-240W-F ONT also supports security configuration, including:
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MAC filter
IP filter
URL filter
parental control
DMZ and ALG
access control
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Firewall configuration
Select Security > Firewall from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 47.
Figure 47
Firewall window
Firewall security applies only to services provided by the ONT. Internet access from the LAN
side is not affected by this firewall.
Three security levels are available: Low, Medium, and High.
At the Low level, pre-routing is supported: port forwarding, DMZ, host application, and host
drop. Also supported are application services: DDNS, DHCP, DNS, H248, IGMP, NTP client,
SSH, Telnet, TFTP, TR-069, and VoIP.
At the Medium level, pre-routing is supported: port forwarding, DMZ, host application, and
host drop. Also supported are application services: DDNS, DHCP, DNS, H248, IGMP, NTP
client, TFTP, TR-069, and VoIP. The following types of ICMP messages are permitted: echo
request and reply, destination unreachable, and TTL exceeded. Other types of ICMP
messages are blocked. DNS proxy is supported from LAN to WAN but not from WAN to LAN.
At the High level, pre-routing and application services are not supported. UDP Port 8000 can
be used to access the services, for example FTP can use 8021 and Telnet can use 8023.
Regular UDP cannot be used. RG access is permitted via the LAN side but not via the WAN
side.
Table 32 describes the fields in the firewall window.
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Firewall parameters
Field
Description
Security level
Choose the security level from the drop-down menu: low, medium, or high
Attack Protect
(Protection against DoS or
DDoS attacks)
Choose enable or disable attack protect from the drop-down menu
The default is disable
Configure the firewall.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 26
MAC filter configuration
Select Security > Mac Filter from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 48.
Figure 48
MAC filter window
Table 33 describes the fields in the MAC filter window.
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MAC filter parameters
Field
Description
Enable MAC filter
Select this checkbox to enable the MAC filter
Mac Address
Select a MAC address from the drop-down menu or enter the address in the text field
Mac Filter Mode
Choose the MAC filter mode from this drop-down menu: Blocked or Allowed
Click Refresh to update the information.
Configure a MAC filter.
Click Add.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 27
IP filter configuration
Select Security > IP filter from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 49.
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Table 34 describes the fields in the IP filter window.
Table 34
IP filter parameters
Field
Description
Enable IP Filter
Select this checkbox to enable an IP filter
Mode
Choose an IP filter mode from the drop-down menu:
• Drop for upstream
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Internal Client
Choose an internal client from the drop-down menu:
• Customer setting - uses the IP address input below
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Local IP Address
Local IP address
Source Subnet Mask
Source subnet mask
Remote IP Address
Remote IP address
Destination Subnet Mask
Destination subnet mask
Protocol
Choose an application protocol or all from the drop-down menu
Configure the IP filter.
Click Add.
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URL filter configuration
Select Security > URL Filter from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 50.
Figure 50
URL Filter window
Table 35 describes the fields in the URL Filter window.
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Field
Description
Enable URL filter
Select the checkbox to enable the URL filter
URL filter type
Select the Block or Allow checkbox
URL Address
Type the URL address
Port Number
Type the port number; the default is 80
Configure the URL Filter.
Click Add Filter.
To configure additional filters, repeat steps 2 and 3.
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You can configure up to 100 URL filters.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 29
Parental control
Select Security > Parent Control from the top-level menu in the EPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 51.
Figure 51
Parental Control window
Table 36 describes the fields in the Parental Control window.
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Field
Description
Policy Name
Enter a name for the parental control policy or choose a policy from the list
Device
Enter the MAC address or choose a MAC address from the list
IP
Enter the IPv4 address for the device or choose an IPv4 address from the list
Days of the week
Choose Every Day, or Individual Days and select the checkboxes for the days of the week
for which the policy applies
From/To
Enter the times for the policy to be in effect
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Select the Access Control checkbox.
Click the plus sign (+) to add a policy.
A separate panel displays for configuring the policy name, IP address of the device, and
dates and times for the policy.
Configure the parental control policy.
Click Enable to activate the policy.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 30
DMZ and ALG configuration
Select Security > DMZ and ALG from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 52.
Figure 52
DMZ and ALG window
Table 37 describes the fields in the DMZ and ALG window.
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Field
Description
ALG Config
Select the checkboxes to enable the protocols to be supported by the ALG: FTP,
TFTP, SIP, H323, RTSP, L2TP, IPSEC, PPTP
DMZ Config
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Choose a WAN connection from the drop-down menu
Enable DMZ
Select this checkbox to enable DMZ on the chosen WAN connection
DMZ IP Address
Choose Customer Setting and enter the DMZ IP address or choose the IP address
of a connected device from the drop-down menu
Configure ALG.
Click Save ALG.
Configure DMZ.
Click Save DMZ.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Access control configuration
This procedure describes how to configure the access control level (ACL).
Note 1 — ACL takes precedence over the firewall policy.
Note 2 — The trusted network object will be shared for all WAN
connections; it is not applied individually to a WAN connection.
Select Security > Access Control from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 53.
Figure 53
Access Control window
Table 38 describes the fields in the Access Control window.
Table 38
Access control parameters
Field
Description
WAN
Choose a connection from the drop-down menu
Trusted Network Enable
Click to enable or disable
ICMP, Telnet, SSH, HTTP,
TR-069, HTTPS, SFTP
Select an access control level for each protocol:
WAN side: Allow, Deny, or Trusted Network Only
LAN side: Allow or Deny
Source IP Start
Enter a start IP address for the new subnet trusted network
(1 of 2)
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Field
Description
Source IP End
Enter an end IP address for the new subnet trusted network
(2 of 2)
Select a WAN connection from the drop-down menu.
Click to enable or disable Trusted Network.
Select an access control level for each of the seven protocols for both the WAN and the LAN
side.
Click Save.
Optionally, add one or more subnet trusted networks.
The maximum number of entries is 32.
You can also use the Source IP fields to delete a previously created entry for a subnet trusted
network.
8.2.5
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Application configuration
G-240W-F ONT also supports application configuration, including:
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port triggering
DDNS
NTP
USB storage
UPnP and DLNA
voice setting
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Port forwarding configuration
Select Application > Port forwarding from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 54.
Figure 54
Port forwarding window
Table 39 describes the fields in the port forwarding window.
Table 39
Port forwarding parameters
Field
Description
Application Name
Choose an application name from the drop-down menu
WAN Port
WAN port range
LAN Port
LAN port range
Internal Client
Choose a connected device from the drop-down menu and enter
the associated IP address
Protocol
Choose the port forwarding protocol from the drop-down menu:
• TCP
• UDP
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Enable Mapping
Select this checkbox to enable mapping
WAN Connection List
Choose a WAN connection from the drop-down menu
Note: only active devices are shown on this menu
Configure port forwarding.
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Click Add.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 33
Port triggering
Select Application > Port Triggering from the top-level menu in the GPON Gateway window,
as shown in Figure 55.
Figure 55
Port Triggering window
Table 40 describes the fields in the Port Triggering window.
Table 40
Port triggering parameters
Field
Description
Application Name
Choose an application name from the drop-down menu
Open Port
Enter the open port range
Triggering Port
Enter the triggering port range
Expire Time
Enter the expiration time in seconds
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Field
Description
Open Protocol
Choose the open port protocol from the drop-down menu:
• TCP
• UDP
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Trigger Protocol
TCP/UDP
Choose the triggering port protocol from the drop-down
menu:
• TCP
• UDP
•
TCP/UDP
Enable Triggering
Select this checkbox to enable port triggering
WAN Connection List
Choose a WAN connection from the drop-down menu
Note: only active devices are shown on this menu
(2 of 2)
Configure port triggering.
Click Add.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 34
DDNS configuration
Select Application > DDNS from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 56.
Figure 56
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Table 41 describes the fields in the DDNS window.
Table 41
Field
Description
WAN Connection List
Choose a WAN connection from the drop-down menu
Enable DDNS
Select this checkbox to enable DDNS on the chosen WAN connection
ISP
Choose an ISP from the drop-down menu.
Domain Name
Domain name
Username
Username
Password
Password
Configure the DDNS.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 35
NTP configuration
Select Application > NTP from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 57.
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Select the Enable NTP Service checkbox to enable NTP service.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 36
USB configuration
Select Application > USB from the top-level menu in the Ethernet Gateway window, as shown
in Figure 58.
A USB printer that is connected to the ONT is available to all LAN devices.
Figure 58
USB window
Table 42 describes the fields in the USB window.
Table 42
USB parameters
Field
Description
Enable FTP server
Select this checkbox to enable using an FTP server
(1 of 2)
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Field
Description
Username
Username for FTP server
Password
Password for FTP server
Re-enter Password
Password for FTP server
Enable SFTP server
Select this checkbox to enable using an SFTP server
Enable SFTP for Remote Access
Select this checkbox to enable SFTP for remote access
Username
Username for SFTP server
Password
Password for SFTP server
Re-enter Password
Password for SFTP server
Enable Samba server
Select this checkbox to enable using a Samba server
Workgroup
Enter the name for the Samba work group
Samba Username
Username for Samba server
Samba Password
Password for Samba server
Re-enter Samba Password
Password for Samba server
Enable Printer Sharing
Select this checkbox to enable printer sharing
Printer sharing is disabled by default
Connected USB devices
For each printer that is connected to the ONT, the following fields are
displayed:
• Host NUM: for example: Printer1, Printer2
• Dev NUM: name or identification for the printer
• Format: printer format, for example: raw or LPR
• Total space
•
Free space
(2 of 2)
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Configure USB.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Procedure 37
UPnP and DLNA configuration
Select Application > UPnP and DLNA from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 59.
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Select the Enable UPnP/DLNA checkbox to enable UPnP and DLNA.
Click Save/Apply.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Voice setting
Select Application > Voice Setting from the top-level menu in the EPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 60.
Figure 60
Voice setting window
Table 43 describes the fields in the Voice Setting window.
Table 43
Voice setting parameters
Field
Description
Outbound Proxy
Enter the SIP outbound proxy
Outbound Proxy Port
Enter the outbound proxy port
Proxy Server
Enter the proxy server
Proxy Port
Enter the proxy port
Register Server
Enter the register server
Register Port
Enter the register port
User Agent Domain
Enter the user agent domain
User Agent Port
Enter the user agent port
DTMF Mode
Choose InBand, rfc2822, Info, or Auto from the drop-down menu
FaxT38
Choose False or True from the drop-down menu
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Field
Description
Line
Choose a line from the drop-down menu
Enable
Choose Enabled or Disabled from the drop-down menu
Directory Number
Enter a directory number
AuthUserName
Enter an authorized user name
AuthPassword
Enter a password for the user
URL
Enter the URL
(2 of 2)
Configure voice setting.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.2.6
Maintenance
G-240W-F ONT also supports maintenance tasks, including:
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change password
WAN speed test
configure LOID
configure SLID
manage device
backup and restore
upgrade firmware
reboot device
restore factory defaults
diagnose WAN connections
log
Password configuration
A password must adhere to the password rules, which are as follows:
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128
the password may consist of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digital numbers, and
the following special characters ! # + , - / @ _ : = ]
the password length must be from 8 to 24 characters
the first character must be a digital number or a letter
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the password must contain at least two types of characters: numbers, letters, or special
characters
the same character must not appear more than 8 times in a row
When the password meets the password rules, the application displays the message “Your
password has been changed successfully”.
When the password does not meet the password rules, the application displays a message to
indicate which password rule has not been followed, for example:
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the password is too short
the password is too long
the first character cannot be a special character
there are not enough character classes
Select Maintenance > Password from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 61.
Figure 61
Password window
Table 44 describes the fields in the password window.
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Password parameters
Field
Description
New Password
New password (must adhere to the password rules described above)
Re-enter password
Must match the new password entered above exactly
Prompt message
Password prompt message
Configure the new password.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 40
WAN speed test
Select Maintenance > Speed Test from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 62.
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Click Start to start the speed test.
Enter the URL for the test server in the pop-up window.
Procedure 41
STOP. This procedure is complete.
LOID configuration
Select Maintenance > LOID Config from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 63.
Figure 63
LOID Config window
Table 45 describes the fields in the LOID configuration window.
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Field
Description
LOID
Type the LOID; the maximum number of characters is 24
If the password is null, this field may be left blank
Password
Type the password; the maximum number of characters is 12
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Configure the LOID.
Click Save/Apply.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 42
SLID configuration
Select Maintenance > SLID Configuration from the top-level menu in the GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 64.
Figure 64
SLID configuration window
Table 46 describes the fields in the SLID configuration window.
Table 46
SLID configuration parameters
Field
Description
Current SLID
Displays current SLID
Input new SLID
Enter new SLID
(1 of 2)
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Field
Description
SLID Mode
Choose a SLID mode from the drop-down menu: HEX or ASCII
In ASCII mode, the maximum number of characters is 10, for example: abcdefg123.
In HEX mode, the maximum number of characters is 20, for example:
1234567890ABCDEF1234
(2 of 2)
Configure the new SLID.
Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 43
Device management
Select Maintenance > Device Management from the top-level menu in the GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 65.
Figure 65
Device management window
Table 47 describes the fields in the Device management window.
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Device management parameters
Field
Description
Host Name
Choose a host from the drop-down menu
Host Alias
Enter an alias for the chosen host
Configure an alias for a specific host.
Click Add.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 44
Backup and restore
Select Maintenance > Backup and Restore from the top-level menu in the GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 66.
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Click Choose File and choose the backup file.
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Click Import Config File to restore the ONT to the saved backup or click Export Config File to
export the current ONT configuration to the backup file.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 45
Upgrade firmware
Select Maintenance> Firmware Upgrade from the top-level menu in the GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 67.
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Click Choose File and choose the firmware file.
Click Upgrade to upgrade the firmware.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Procedure 46
Reboot ONT
Select Maintenance > Reboot Device from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 68.
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Click Reboot to reboot the ONT.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Restore factory defaults
Select Maintenance > Factory Default from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 69.
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Click Factory Default to reset the ONT to its factory default settings.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
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Diagnose WAN connections
Select Maintenance > Diagnostics from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 70.
Figure 70
Diagnostics window
Choose a WAN connection to diagnose from the drop-down menu.
Enter the IP address or domain name.
Select the test type: ping, traceroute, or both.
Enter the number of ping attempts to perform (1 - 1000); the default is 4.
Enter a ping packet length (64-1500); the default is 64.
Enter the maximum number of trace hops (1-255); the default is 30.
Click Start Test.
The results will be displayed in the bottom panel of the window.
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Click Cancel to cancel the test.
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STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 49
View log files
Select Maintenance > Log from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway window, as
shown in Figure 71.
Figure 71
Log window
Choose a write level from the drop-down menu to determine which types of events are
recorded in the log file:
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Alert
Critical
Error
Warning
Notice
Informational
Debug
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Choose a reading level from the drop-down menu to determine which types of events to
display from the log file:
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Emergency
Alert
Critical
Error
Warning
Notice
Informational
Debug
The log file is displayed in the bottom panel of the window.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.2.7
RG troubleshooting counters
The Troubleshooting Counters feature enables service providers and end users to
monitor the performance of their broadband connection.
Tests are run to retrieve upstream and downstream throughput, latency, and DNS
response time. The Troubleshooting Counters window also displays upstream and
downstream packet loss and Internet status.
Procedure 50
Retrieve Residential Gateway (RG) troubleshooting counters
Select RG Troubleshooting Counters from the left menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window.
The RG Troubleshooting Counters window appears; see Figure 72.
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RG Troubleshooting Counters window
Table 48 describes the fields in the RG Troubleshooting Counters window.
Table 48
RG Troubleshooting Counters parameters
Field
Description
WAN Connection List
Select a WAN connection from the list
US Throughput
Click US Speed Test to specify the time for the upstream test
The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server
DS Throughput
Click DS Speed Test to specify the time for the downstream test
The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server
US Packet Loss
The number of upstream packages lost
DS Packet Loss
The number of downstream packages lost
Internet Status
Whether the broadband connections is active (UP) or not (DOWN)
Latency
Click Latency Test to specify the time for the test
The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server
DNS Response Time
Click DNS Response Test to specify the time for the test
The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server
Port Mirror
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Choose the source and destination ports, the direction (up or down),
and the status (enable or disable) from the drop-down menu, and
click Save
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Configure the test times if desired.
Click Refresh to update the data.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.3 SFU mode GUI configuration
Use the procedures below to use the web-based GUI for the G-240W-F in SFU
mode.
SFU customer premise devices are designed for single indoor residential
applications. These ONTs address the demand for bandwidth intensive services,
such as high definition television (HDTV), video-on-demand (VOD) and online
games. The ONT can be configured to seamlessly deliver voice-over-IP and high
speed Internet access via a single fiber optic connection to the home.
8.3.1
Login
Use the procedure below to login to the web-based GUI for the G-240W-F.
Procedure 51
Login to web-based GUI
Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the ONT in the address bar.
The login window appears.
The default gateway IP address is http://192.168.1.254. You can connect to this IP address
using your web browser after connecting your PC to one of Ethernet ports of the ONT. The
static IP address of your PC must be in the same subnet as the ONT.
Enter your username and password in the Log in window, as shown in Figure 73.
The default username is AdminGPON. The default password is ALC_FGU.
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Web login window
Caution — Pressing the Reset button for less than 10 seconds reboots
the ONT; pressing the Reset button for 10 seconds resets the ONT to the
factory defaults, except for the LOID and SLID.
Note — If you forget the current username and password, press the
reset button for 10 s and the default values for the username and
password will be recovered at startup.
8.3.2
Click Login.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Device and connection status
G-240W-F ONTs support the retrieval of a variety of device information, as well as
the optics module status.
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Device information retrieval
Select Status > Device Information from the top-level menu in the SFU GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 74.
Figure 74
Device Information window
Table 49 describes the fields in the Device Information window.
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Device Information parameters
Field
Description
Device Name
Name on the ONT
Vendor
Name of the vendor
Serial Number
Serial number of the ONT
Hardware version
Hardware version of the ONT
Boot version
Boot version of the ONT
Software version
Software version of the ONT
Chipset
Chipset of the ONT
Lot Number
The manufacturing date of the ONT
Device Running Time
Amount of time the device has run since last reset in hours, minutes, and seconds
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Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 53
Optics module status retrieval
Select Status > Optics Module Status from the top-level menu in the SFU GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 75.
Figure 75
Optics module status window
Table 50 describes the fields in the Optics module status window.
Table 50
Optics module status parameters
Field
Description
Laser Bias Current (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements)
Laser bias current, measured in uA
Optics Module Voltage (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements)
Optics module voltage, measured in V
Optics Module Temperature (ONT ANI-ONT-Side
Optical Measurements)
Optics module temperature, measured in C
Rx Optics Signal Level at 1490 nm (ONT
ANI-ONT-Side Optical Measurements)
Received optics signal level at 1490 nm, measured
in dBm
Tx Optics Signal Level at 1310 nm (ONT
ANI-ONT-Side Optical Measurements)
Transmitted optics signal level at 1310 nm,
measured in dBm
(1 of 2)
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Description
Lower (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements-Optical Threshold)
Lower optical threshold, measured in dBm
Upper (ONT ANI-ONT-Side Optical
Measurements-Optical Threshold)
Lower optical threshold, measured in dBm
(2 of 2)
Click Refresh to update the displayed information.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.3.3
Network configuration
G-240W-F ONTs also support wireless scheduling.
Procedure 54
Wireless scheduling
Select Network > Wireless Schedule from the top-level menu in the SFU GPON Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 76.
Figure 76
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Wireless Schedule window
Select the Schedule Function checkbox to turn the wireless signal off for the configured
period.
Click the plus sign (+) to add a scheduling rule.
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A separate panel displays for configuring wireless schedule rules.
Enter a start time and end time for the period in which you want the wireless signal off.
Choose Everyday or Individual Days from the drop-down menu.
If you chose Individual Days, select the checkboxes for the desired days.
The Recurrence Pattern shows the rules created to date.
8.3.4
If desired, click the plus sign (+) to add more rules.
Click Save Changes.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Maintenance
G-240W-F ONTs also support maintenance tasks, including:
• password change
• LOID configuration
• SLID configuration
Procedure 55
Password configuration
A password must adhere to the password rules, which are as follows:
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•
•
•
•
the password may consist of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digital numbers, and
the following special characters ! # + , - / @ _ : = ]
the password length must be from 8 to 24 characters
the first character must be a digital number or a letter
the password must contain at least two types of characters: numbers, letters, or special
characters
the same character must not appear more than 8 times in a row
When the password meets the password rules, the application displays the message “Your
password has been changed successfully”.
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When the password does not meet the password rules, the application displays a message to
indicate which password rule has not been followed, for example:
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•
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the password is too short
the password is too long
the first character cannot be a special character
there are not enough character classes
Select Maintenance > Password from the top-level menu in the GPON Home Gateway
window, as shown in Figure 77.
Figure 77
Password window
Table 51 describes the fields in the password window.
Table 51
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Password parameters
Field
Description
New Password
New password (must adhere to the password rules described above)
Re-enter password
Must match the new password entered above exactly
Prompt message
Password prompt message
Configure the new password.
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Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 56
LOID configuration
Select Maintenance> LOID Config from the top-level menu in the SFU GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 78.
Figure 78
LOID Authentication window
Table 52 describes the fields in the LOID configuration window.
Table 52
LOID configuration parameters
Field
Description
LOID
Type the LOID; the maximum number of characters is 24
If the password is null, this field may be left blank
Password
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Type the password; the maximum number of characters is 12
Enter the LOID.
Enter the password, if applicable.
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Click Save/Apply.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
Procedure 57
SLID configuration
Select Maintenance > SLID Configuration from the top-level menu in the SFU GPON Home
Gateway window, as shown in Figure 79.
Figure 79
SLID configuration window
Table 53 describes the fields in the SLID configuration window.
Table 53
SLID configuration parameters
Field
Description
Current SLID
Displays current SLID
Input new SLID
Enter new SLID
SLID Mode
Choose a SLID mode from the drop-down menu: HEX or ASCII
In ASCII mode, the maximum number of characters is 12, for example: abcdefg123.
In HEX mode, the maximum number of characters is 20, for example:
1234567890ABCDEF1234
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Click Save.
STOP. This procedure is complete.
8.4 Operator ID
Use the procedure below to modify the operator ID for the G-240W-F.
Procedure 58
Modifying the operator ID
Register the ONT with the OLT.
Check the original OPID.
Update the OntConfig.xml file by adding-the following content:



where: xxxx is the correct operator ID, for example ALCL for HGU mode, or XXXX for SFU mode.
Use a TFTP client tool to transfer the OntConfi.xml file to the OLT’s ONT directory and
change the filename to the software version number, for example, 3FE123456789.xml.
Use a TL1 command to configure ONUSWCRTL:
ENT-ONTSWCTRL::1::::HWVER=hwver,VARNT=,PLNDSWVER=UNPLANNED,
PLNDSWVERCONF=UNPLANNED,DLDSWVER=swver;
where:
hwver is the EQPTVERNUM, for example EQPTVERNUM=3FE54945ABAA.
swver is the software version number used as the filename in step 2, for example 3FE123456789.xml.
Download the xml file to update the operator ID:
ED-ONT::ONT-1/1/3/1/19::::DLSW=AUTO;
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Restart the ONT, then connect to the LAN and access the web-based GUI to check the
operator ID default setting.
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Use a TL1 command to disable further downloads:
ED-ONT::ONT-1/1/3/1/19:::DLSW=DISABLED::IS;
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STOP. This procedure is complete.
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9 ONT configuration file over OMCI
9.1 Purpose
9.2 Supported configuration file types
9.3 ONT configuration file over OMCI
9.1 Purpose
This procedure describes how to use configuration files over OMCI to configure
ONTs. Some advantages include:
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•
•
•
flexibility to change the ONT default behavior by downloading configuration file
flexibility to update a deployed ONT by downloading updated parameters
ability to securely download any configuration file to an ONT
ability to avoid using embedded configuration files in ONT software
Note — This feature is supported for use with the 7360 ISAM
FX and the 7342 ISAM FTTU.
9.2 Supported configuration file types
Table 54 describes the configuration file types that are supported from 7368 ISAM
ONT R05.02.00 and later.
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File Index
Description
Details
Supported ONTs/DPU
PRE
ONT
pre-configuration file
The XML-based PRECONFIG file controls the working
mechanics of the ONT for various services. The
default behavior of different ONTs may vary based on
the factory settings.
HGU ONTs:
G-240G-C,G-240W-F,
G-240W-B, G-240W-C
I-240W-A
The pre-configuration file includes the factory default
value for the residential gateway.
Note: the pre-configuration file does not work with SFU
ONTs; therefore, this feature applies only to
Residential Gateway ONTs.
The pre-configuration file can be used as is, but Nokia
provides its customers with the flexibility to customize
the pre-configuration file.
This pre-configuration file enables operators to change
the default behavior by downloading a customized
pre-configuration based on customer inputs.
This PRE XML file includes a custom OPERID.
The Nokia defined index for the PRECONFIG file is:
"PRE"
CFG
ONT configuration
delta file
The XML-based CFG file updates the configurable
parameters (the PRE settings) in the existing PRE file
of a deployed ONT, where required.
This configuration file enables operators to change the
deployed behavior by downloading customized
updates in the CFG file.
This file is used only to modify the parameters in the
PRE file; it is not used for service provisioning.
No OPERID is required, because the update is based
on the OPERID used for the PRE file.
The Nokia defined index for the PRECONFIG DELTA
file is: "CFG"
XML
Voice XML file
The Voice XML file provides an alternate method for
securely downloading voice parameters from the OLT,
rather than using FTP (OMCIv1/OMCIv2) or HTTPS
(TR-069). Downloading this file makes the applicable
changes in the voice parameters.
This file enables operators to change the voice
behavior by downloading the updated voice XML file.
Nokia recommends using this procedure, rather than
embedded voice XML files.
The Nokia defined index for the Voice XML file is:
"XML"
(1 of 2)
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Description
Details
Supported ONTs/DPU
GFT
G.fast-related
configuration file
This text-based json script file controls the default
behavior of the G.Fast ONT.
HGU ONTs:
G-240G-C,G-240W-F,
G-240W-B, G-240W-C
I-240W-A
This file includes the provisioning parameters of the
G.fast transports layer; it does not include VLAN or
QoS provisioning.
While the ONT functions well with the default values;
they can optionally be customized.
While default values can work in VDSL mode, a
download file is required for the device to function as a
G.fast ONT.
The Nokia defined index for the G.fast file is: "GFT"
(2 of 2)
9.2.1
Filename conventions
Nokia provides the raw configuration files, which must be saved by the operator in a
TAR file to be uploaded. TAR file names must be unique.
The filenames of the raw configuration files may not adhere to the naming
conventions outlined below. In this case, the files must be renamed to adhere to the
naming conventions before the operator generates the TAR file. Filenames are not
case-sensitive.
ABCXXXXVER
where
ABC is the file index type (PRE, CFG, XML, GFT)
XXXX is the operator ID
For PRE and CFG, a valid operator ID is required
For XML and GFT, any characters may be used
VER is the file version (from 001 to 999)
Note: you cannot update the configuration using two files with the same name.
9.3 ONT configuration file over OMCI
Warning — Executing the following procedure will trigger the
ONT to reboot, which will impact ongoing services.
Use this procedure to configure ONTs using configuration files via OMCI.
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Generate the TAR file to be uploaded to the OLT.
Using the raw configuration file(s) provided by Nokia, generate the TAR file as follows:
On a Linux platform, rename the raw configuration file to adhere to the naming
convention, as described in section 9.2.
ii
Tar the ABCXXXXVER raw configuration file:
tar -cf ABCXXXXVER.tar ABCXXXXVER
Where
ABCXXXXVER
Is the name of the file created in step i.
This creates two files: ABCXXXXVER and ABCXXXXVER.tar.
iii
Rename ABCXXXXVER to ABCXXXXVER.org
iv
Remove the “.tar” extension from ABCXXXXVER.tar file.
Upload the ABCXXXXVER TAR file to the /ONT/ directory in the OLT.
A maximum of 250 files can be kept in the OLT file system.
Using OLT commands, download the TAR file to the ONT.
For OLT commands, refer to the 7360 ISAM FX CLI Command Guide for 100_320Gbps FD
NT and FX NT, or the 7342 ISAM FTTU Operation and Maintenance Using TL1 and CLI.
Please note:
•
•
pri-cfgfile-pland/dnload or sec-cfgfile-pland/dnload can be 1 to 14
characters.
pri-cfgfile-pland and pri-cfgfile-dnload should be the same name.
Examples
Note: X can be 1 or 2 unless specified:
If pland-cfgfileX= Disabled and dnload-cfgfileX= Disabled ,
no file will be downloaded to the ONT.
ii
If pland-cfgfileX=FILENAME1 and dnload-cfgfileX= Disabled ,
FILENAME1 will be downloaded and FILENAME1 will be made active. An ONT reboot
is required.
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If pland-cfgfileX=Disabled and dnload-cfgfileX= FILENAME2
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is not required.
iv
If pland-cfgfileX=FILENAME3 and dnload-cfgfileX= FILENAME 4, the OLT
reports an error because the filenames are not the same.
Configure equipment interface … pland-cfgfile1=XMLXXXXXX1 and
dnload-cfgfile1 XMLXXXXXX1
Configure equipment interface … pland-cfgfile2=XMLXXXXXX2 and
dnload-cfgfile2 XMLXXXXXX2
Although the OLT permits the above two steps without reporting an error, Nokia does
not recommend executing them, because the ONT may exhibit unexpected behavior.
vi
If pland-cfgfileX=Auto and dnload-cfgfileX= Auto
The OLT will download the XML file from "sw-ctr-list" (configure equipment ont
sw-ctrl)
STOP. This procedure is complete.
The ONT will distribute the configuration files to the different services based on the active
indication from the OLT and on the Nokia defined index.
The ONT automatically reboots to apply the configuration files. After the ONT reboots and reports
the active version, the OLT completes the file download procedure.
Operators must check the committed file from the OLT to verify whether the corresponding file has
been applied. If an error occurs, contact Nokia for support.
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FCC Regulations:

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.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

—Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

—Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

—Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. To comply with
FCC RF Exposure compliance requirements, this grant is applicable to only Mobile Configurations. The antennas
used for the transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20cm from all persons and must
not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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