IES-5000Support Notes    Oct 2006
IES-5000 Support NotesINDEXApplication Notes.................................................................................
IES-5000 Support NotesApplication NotesSetting up different DSL port speeds to different subscribersAn ISP may want to con...
IES-5000 Support Notesexample, “Profile_LowSpeed”) and set the maximum upstream and downstream rates(for example, 512Kbps ...
IES-5000 Support Notes660R-61 has a built- in telnet server, you can telnet and log into the managementinterface.2.1 Menu ...
IES-5000 Support Notesin the Edit ATM Options field and press [ENTER] to enter menu 11.6.2.4 Menu11.6: Remote Node ATM Lay...
IES-5000 Support NotesConfiguring 802.1Q VLANA VLAN (Virtual Area Network) allows a physical network to be partitioned int...
IES-5000 Support Noteson the IES-5000, another VLAN (to which the two ports are a member of) need to beconfigured.1. IES-5...
IES-5000 Support NotesFor this example, assign VLAN 200(PVID) to ENET1 and ENET2. Also, assignVLAN 10 and VLAN 20 to Port1...
IES-5000 Support Notes             IES-5000                                                                               ...
IES-5000 Support NotesVLAN. Also enable egress tagging on ENET 1.TGE1> vlan name 20 VLAN20TGE1> vlan set 20 up1 fix tagTGE...
IES-5000 Support NotesHere, we will show you hot to configure the second channel.2.1 Menu11.1: Remote Node ProfileIn menu ...
IES-5000 Support NotesCreate a VLAN with VID of 10. Assign ports 1 and 10 to be members of VLAN10.Select the Tx Tagging op...
IES-5000 Support NotesCreate a VLAN with VID of 20. Assign ports 2 and 10 to be members of VLAN20.Select the Tx Tagging op...
IES-5000 Support NotesSet the PVIDs on port 1 and 2 to 10 and 20 respectively.After the configuration on the devices are c...
IES-5000 Support Notes     0/33 channel and the data traffic will go through the 0/34 channel. Since the 0/33     channel ...
IES-5000 Support NotesSetting up 802.1xTo set up an 802.1x infrastructure, we need to configure the authenticator, RADIUSa...
IES-5000 Support Notes2.2 Create a User AccountClick RADIUS and USER ACCOUNT in the navigation panel to display the config...
IES-5000 Support NotesWhen the 802.1x authentication process starts, a message displays in the system trayprompting you to...
IES-5000 Support Notesuser name and password. After entering the required information, click OK to continue. Oncethe authe...
IES-5000 Support Notes    Syslog server                    Network                            Uplink                      ...
IES-5000 Support NotesAfter the installation process is complete, start the daemon from the Start menu. Ascreen displays a...
IES-5000 Support NotesRing Topology ApplicationA ring topology provides network redundancy. This means that when a link is...
IES-5000 Support Notesports 1 and 2. The following shows the CLI commands.CI command:TGE1> sys sw rstp enableTGE1> sys sw ...
IES-5000 Support NotesClick Uplink2 to configure this port.Select Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol to enable it on the port.  ...
IES-5000 Support NotesFollow the same procedure to activate STP on uplink port 1. The following figureshows an example.   ...
IES-5000 Support Notes3. ES-4024 Settings3.1 Activating Spanning Tree protocolThis section shows you how to enable STP on ...
IES-5000 Support Notesports 1 and 2.4. Status ResultsAfter you connect the uplink port 1 on IES-2000 to port 2 on the ES-4...
IES-5000 Support NotesIGMP Snooping/IGMP Filtering ApplicationWithout IGMP snooping, multicast traffic is treated in the s...
IES-5000 Support NotesSetting up IGMP snooping/IGMP filteringIn this section, we will show you how to configure IGMP snoop...
IES-5000 Support NotesLimiting Internet access to users on specific DSL portsSome ISPs may want to limit the number of com...
IES-5000 Support Noteswill not be able to access the Internet on port 3. Save the settings to make the cha ngestake effect...
IES-5000 Support Notes                                              Network                       DHCP                    ...
IES-5000 Support Notes2. CPE settingsConnect a CPE device to DSL port 25. Refer to the previous sections on how toconfigur...
IES-5000 Support NotesEnter the login user name and password. The default user name is “administrator” andthe password is ...
IES-5000 Support NotesA screen displays as shown. Make sure that the status of your DHCP is online. Thenclick Wizards > Ru...
IES-5000 Support NotesAssign one or a range of IP addresses for this rule. For this example, set the client IPpool in the ...
IES-5000 Support NotesSelect DHCP Option in the Keywords field.A configuration screen displays. Set the fields in the scre...
IES-5000 Support NotesAfter you have finished the rule wizard settings, the following screen displays. ClickNext to contin...
IES-5000 Support NotesIn the next wizard screen, click Next to continue.In next screen, you may specify a DHCP template (w...
IES-5000 Support NotesFor this template, we enter “192.168.1.1” as the gateway IP address for the DHCPclient.             ...
IES-5000 Support NotesIn the next screen, you may choose whether to apply automatic DDNS service on theDHCP server or not....
IES-5000 Support NotesAfter the configuration, your computer should obtain an IP address of 192.168.1.201from the DHCP ser...
IES-5000 Support Notes                                                  Network                             Client 2      ...
IES-5000 Support Notes7- 4 accept-all7- 5 accept-all7- 6 accept-all7- 7 accept-all7- 8 accept-all7- 9 accept-all7-10 accep...
IES-5000 Support Notes 7-42 accept-all 7-43 accept-all 7-44 accept-all 7-45 accept-all 7-46 accept-all 7-47 accept-all 7-4...
IES-5000 Support Notes# IES5000 Settings1. Log into the web configurator on to the IES-5000. The default in-band   managem...
IES-5000 Support Notes2. Set up the IP address.Click Sys > IP Setup and set the IP address of the IES-5000 to 192.168.1.10...
IES-5000 Support Notes3. Create a VDSL profileClick Profile > VDSL in the navigation panel to display the configuration sc...
IES-5000 Support Notes4. Apply the VDSL profile to VDSL portsClick Port > VDSL to display the configuration screen and the...
IES-5000 Support Notes5. Click Setup in the VLAN field to create three VLANs: VLAN 1 (for DATA),   VLAN 102 (for VOICE) an...
IES-5000 Support Notesa. Create VLAN 1VLAN 1 is created by default. Click Modify and select the Tag option. Click Applysav...
IES-5000 Support Notesb. Create VLAN 102Configure a new VLAN and enter 102 in the VID field. Select the Tag option. ClickA...
IES-5000 Support Notesc. Create VLAN 103Configure the third VLAN and enter 103 in the VID field. Select the Tag option.Cli...
IES-5000 Support Notes6. Configure VLANs on ENET Port 3 (up1)a. Configure VLAN 1Select Index 1 and click Modify. Select th...
IES-5000 Support Notesb. Configure VLAN 102Select Index 2 and click Modify. Select Fix in the Registration field and selec...
IES-5000 Support Notesc. Configure VLAN 103Select Index 3 and click Modify. Select Fix in the Registration field and selec...
IES-5000 Support Notes7. Enable IGMP Proxy on the IES-5000Click Multicast > IGMP in the navigation panel to display the co...
IES-5000 Support Notes8. Save the configuration permanently on the IES-5000.Click Config Save > Config Save in the navigat...
IES-5000 Support Notes2. Enter vlan mode 1 to change to 802.1q VLAN and create three VLANs (with VIDs1, 102 and 103) on th...
IES-5000 Support Notes4. Since port 1(VLAN 1) is used for data access, port 2(VLAN 102) is used for VoIPand port 3 (VLAN 1...
IES-5000 Support Notes# ES2024A Settings5. Log into the web configurator on the ES-2024A. The default management IP   addr...
IES-5000 Support Notes6. Set the IP address of the ES-2024A to 192.168.1.200.Click Basic Setting> IP Setup in the navigati...
IES-5000 Support Notes7. Enable IGMP Snooping on the ES-2024A to allow multicast traffic to pass    through.Click Basic Se...
IES-5000 Support Notese. Create VLAN 102Click Advanced Application> VLAN> Static VLAN Setting then select Active toenable ...
IES-5000 Support Notesf. Create VLAN 103Click Advanced Application> VLAN> Static VLAN Setting then select Active toenable ...
IES-5000 Support Notes# P660H settings9. Access the management interface on the P660HW-61 using Telnet. The default   mana...
IES-5000 Support Notes10. Disable the auto VC hunting feature and restart the device.Access SMT menu 24.8 to access the co...
IES-5000 Support Notes5. Create three PVCs on the P660H for Triple-play application (Data, Voice andVideo)a. Create a PVC ...
IES-5000 Support NotesSelect Y in the ATM options field. Enter 0 and 33 in the VPI and VCI fields        esrespectively. T...
IES-5000 Support NotesSelect Y in the ATM options field. Enter 0 and 34 in the VPI and VCI fields        esrespectively. T...
IES-5000 Support Notesrespectively. Then press [ENTER] to save the changes.You can view the three configured PVCs in menu ...
IES-5000 Support NotesEnter sys triple port set 3 3 to bind PVC 3 to Ethernet port 3 (Video)7. Access SMT menu 24.1 and ch...
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  1. 1. IES-5000Support Notes Oct 2006
  2. 2. IES-5000 Support NotesINDEXApplication Notes.............................................................................................................................3 Setting up different DSL port speeds to different subscribers..........................................3 Configuring 802.1Q VLAN .....................................................................................................7 Triple play Application.............................................................................................................9 802.1x Application................................................................................................................ 16 Syslog Server Application................................................................................................... 20 Ring Topology Application................................................................................................... 23 IGMP Snooping/IGMP Filtering Application ..................................................................... 29 Limiting Internet access to users on specific DSL ports ................................................ 31 DHCP Relay Option 82 Application................................................................................... 32 Packet Filtering ..................................................................................................................... 43 VDSL Application- Triple Play ............................................................................................ 46 2 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  3. 3. IES-5000 Support NotesApplication NotesSetting up different DSL port speeds to different subscribersAn ISP may want to configure a different line speeds for each DSL port. This can beeasily and efficiently done in the ZyXEL IES-5000 using profiles. You can configureline profiles with different parameter settings based on the user requirements andapply the profile to one or more subscriber ports.In this application example, we will show you how to create two profiles - one for lowspeed requirements with an upstream/downstream band width of 2M/512Kbps and theother for high speed requirements with an upstream/downstream bandwidth of25M/1Mbps.For this example, you want to provide low line speed to subscribers on ports 1 to 24and high line speed to business subscribers on ports 25 to 48. Internet Uplink IES-5000 ALC-1248G Port 48 Port 1 Port 24 Port 25 xDSL modem 2M/512K 25M/1MConfiguring and applying the profiles to subscriber portsFor this example, we will use configure the profile on an IES-5000 that connects toADSL CPEs (ZyXEL Prestige 660R-61).1. IES-50001.1 Profile SetupConfigure a profile to set low line speed. Enter a descriptive name for this profile (for 3 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  4. 4. IES-5000 Support Notesexample, “Profile_LowSpeed”) and set the maximum upstream and downstream rates(for example, 512Kbps and 2048Kbps).Similarly, configure a profile to allow a high line speed. Enter a descriptive name forthe profile (for example, “Profile_HighSpeed”) and set the maximum upstream anddownstream rates (for example, 1280Kbps and 24992Kbps).Configuration example using the CLI:a.)High Speed (1M/24M) profile setup:MSG1000G> profile adsl set 1_24M 1024 24576 minrate 64 64 delay 20 20 usmgn310 0 60 dsmgn 310 0 60 usra startup 90 30 dsra startup 90 30b.) Low Speed (512k/2M) profile setup:MSG1000G> profile adsl set 512_2M 512 2048 minrate 64 64 delay 20 20 usmgn310 0 60 dsmgn 310 0 60 usra fixed 90 30 dsra startup 90 30Save current configurationMSG1000G> config save1.2 Profile AssignmentSelect and assign Profile_LowSpeed to port 1. After setting port 1, copy the settingsof port 1 to ports 2 to 24.Assign Profile_HighSpeed to port 25. You also can set the port to use the ADSL2+mode. Then, similarly, copy the settings of port 25 to the ports 26 to 48.CI command:MSG1000G> port adsl set 7-1~24 512_2M autoMSG1000G> port adsl set 7-25~48 1_24M autoMSG1000G> port enable 7-1~48MSG1000G> port pvc set 7-1~48-0/33 DEFVAL llc 1 0MSG1000G> config save2. Prestige 660R-61Next configure the CPE device. Set the Prestige 660R-61 to work in bridge modeusing the VPI/VCI settings of 0/33 (the default on IES-5000). Since the Prestige 4 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  5. 5. IES-5000 Support Notes660R-61 has a built- in telnet server, you can telnet and log into the managementinterface.2.1 Menu 1: General SetupGo to Menu 1 to set the Prestige 660R-61 in bridge mode. In this menu, select No inthe Route IP field and Y in the Bridge field. es2.2 Menu 4: Internet Access SetupFor bridge mode, select RFC 1483 in the Encapsulation field with LLC-basedmultiplexing. Also set the Prestige to use the same VPI and VCI settings as theIES-5000 (the default is 0 and 33 respectively).2.3 Menu11.1: Remote Node ProfileIn menu 11.1, select Yes in the Active field to activate this remote node profile. Makesure the encapsulation and multiplexing settings are the same as in menu 4. Select Yes 5 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  6. 6. IES-5000 Support Notesin the Edit ATM Options field and press [ENTER] to enter menu 11.6.2.4 Menu11.6: Remote Node ATM Layer OptionsMake sure the VPI and VCI settings are the same as on the IES-5000 (the default is 0and 33 respectively). 6 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  7. 7. IES-5000 Support NotesConfiguring 802.1Q VLANA VLAN (Virtual Area Network) allows a physical network to be partitioned intomultiple logical networks. Stations on a logical network belong to one group calledVLAN group. A station can belong to more than one group. The stations on the sameVLAN group can communicate with each other. With VLAN, a station cannot directlytalk to or hear from stations that are not in the same VLAN groups.In this application, we will show you how to configure an 802.1q VLAN. Thefollowing figure shows a VLAN network example where two computers (PC1 andPC2) are connected to ports 1 and 2 on the line card. Each computer belongs to adifferent VLAN (VLANs 10 and 20). Therefore the computers cannot communicatedirectly to each other. However, PC1 and PC2 still need connection to the Internet. Internet Uplink IES-5000 ALC-1248G SLC-1248G ADSL/SHDSL ADSL/SHDSL modem Port 1 Port 2 modem PC 2 PC 1 VLAN10 VLAN20Setting up a VLANFor this application, we will use an IES-5000 and Prestige ADSL 660R-61 CPE (anyDSL CPE or P791 if you have the SLC-1248G line card installed on the IES). Sincethe two ports belonging to different VLANs need Internet access via the Uplink port 7 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  8. 8. IES-5000 Support Noteson the IES-5000, another VLAN (to which the two ports are a member of) need to beconfigured.1. IES-5000 Settings1.1 VLAN settingsCreate a VLAN group with VID 10 and set Port 1, ENET1 and ENET2 to be membersof this VLAN.CI command:TGE1> vlan set 10 up1 fix untagTGE1> vlan set 10 up2 fix untagTGE1> vlan name 10 VLAN10TGE1> port pvc vlan 7-1-0/33 10 join untagCreate a VLAN group with VID 20 and set Port 2, ENET1 and ENET2 to be membersof this VLAN.CI command:TGE1> vlan name 20 VLAN20TGE1> vlan set 20 up1 fix untagTGE1> vlan set 20 up2 fix untagTGE1> port pvc vlan 7-2-0/33 20 join untagCreate a VLAN group with VID 200 and set slot 7, Port 1, Port 2, ENET1 and ENET2to be members of this VLAN.CI command:TGE1> vlan name 200 VLAN200TGE1> vlan set 200 up1 fix untagTGE1> vlan set 200 up2 fix untagTGE1> port pvc vlan 7-1-0/33 200 join untagTGE1> port pvc vlan 7-2-0/33 200 join untag1.2 PVID settingsAfter creating the three VLANs, you need to set the PVID on the ports. 8 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  9. 9. IES-5000 Support NotesFor this example, assign VLAN 200(PVID) to ENET1 and ENET2. Also, assignVLAN 10 and VLAN 20 to Port1 and port2 respectively.CI command:TGE1> switch port pvid up1 200TGE1> switch port pvid up2 200TGE1> port pvc set 7-1-0/33 DEFVAL llc 10 0TGE1> port pvc set 7-2-0/33 DEFVAL llc 20 01.3 Port IsolationOn the IES-5000, you can isolate ports without configuring VLAN groups in the CLI.CI command:TGE1> switch isolation enable2. Prestige 660R-61(P791) SettingsPlease refer to the steps in the previous application.Triple play ApplicationOn the IES-5000, you can use different channels (also known as Permanent VirtualCircuits or PVCs) for different services. Define channels on each DSL port fordifferent services and assign each channel a priority, VLAN and ATM Quality ofService (QoS). The ATM QoS allows you to regulate the average rate and fluctuationsin data rates. This helps eliminate congestion and to allow smooth transmission of realtime data (such as audio and video).In this application, we will show you how to set up multiple PVCs using the IES-5000.The following figure shows a network example where the computers want to getdifferent services (data service for Internet access and video service) from twonetworks. Since a smooth video streaming quality is desired, we want to give thevideo service a higher priority. To do this on the IES-5000, create a different VLANfor each service and configure the PVCs with a different VID, priority and ATM QoS.This allows the video service to have a higher priority over the data service. You caneasily adapt this application for a triple-play service network. 9 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  10. 10. IES-5000 Support Notes IES-5000 Internet SLC-1248G or 802.1Q VLAN Port 2 ALC-1248G Switch Port 10 PVID=20 Internet Access Ethernet Port DSL Port 1 Port 1 VLAN 20 PVID=10 PVID =10 PVID =20 Priority =7 Priority =0 ATM QoS=CBR ATM QoS=UBR Video Server 0/33 1/34 VLAN 10 CPESetting up Multiple PVCsThis section shows you how to configure settings on the devices for this application.In this network application, we will use an IES-5000, a ZyXEL ES-2024VLAN-aware switch and Prestige 660R-61 CPE (you may also use P791 if you havethe SLC-1248G line card installed on the IES).1. IES-5000 Settings1.1 VLAN setupFollow the procedure as described in the VLAN Application section to configure theVLAN settings on the IES-5000.Create a VLAN with a VID of 10 and set Port 1 and ENET 1 to be members of thisVLAN. Also enable egress tagging on ENET 1.TGE1> vlan name 10 VLAN10TGE1> vlan set 10 up1 fix tagTGE1> port pvc vlan 7-1-0/33 10 join untagCreate a VLAN with a VID of 20 and set Port 1 and ENET 1 to be members of this 10 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  11. 11. IES-5000 Support NotesVLAN. Also enable egress tagging on ENET 1.TGE1> vlan name 20 VLAN20TGE1> vlan set 20 up1 fix tagTGE1> port pvc vlan 7-1-0/33 20 join untag1.2 VC profile setupFor profile setup, create a Defval_CBR VC profile with the Encap, Class, PCR andCDVT settings as shown. Make sure the profile has the same LLC-basedencapsulation setting as the IES-500 and the CBR class is set with a higher ATM QoSpriority .CI commandTGE1> profile atm set Def_CBR cbr 3000001.3 Multiple PVCs setupSince we want to give the 0/33 VPI/VCI a higher priority, change the VCI/VPIpriority in the Defval_CBR profile that was just created.CI command:TGE1> port pvc set 7-1-0/33 Defval_CBR llc 0 7Create another PVC with a VPI/VCI of 0/34 and apply the DEFVAL profile to thischannel.CI command:TGE1> port pvc set 7-1-0/34 Defval llc 20 02. Prestige 660R-61(P791) SettingsOn the CPE, we need to configure two channels: 0/33 and 0/34. The previousapplication example already shows you how to configure a channel (0/33) on the CPE. 11 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  12. 12. IES-5000 Support NotesHere, we will show you hot to configure the second channel.2.1 Menu11.1: Remote Node ProfileIn menu 11.1, select Yes in the Active field to activate this remote node profile. Makesure the encapsulation and multiplexing settings are the same as in menu 4. Select Yesin the Edit ATM Options field and press [ENTER] to enter menu 11.6.2.2 Menu11.6: Remote Node ATM Layer OptionsMake sure the VPI and VCI settings are the same as on the IES-5000 (the default is 0and 34 respectively).3. ES-2024 settings3.1 VALNClick Advanced Application and VLAN in navigation panel to display theconfiguration screen as shown. Click Static VLAN to display the Static VLANscreen. 12 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  13. 13. IES-5000 Support NotesCreate a VLAN with VID of 10. Assign ports 1 and 10 to be members of VLAN10.Select the Tx Tagging option to enable egress tagging on port 10. 13 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  14. 14. IES-5000 Support NotesCreate a VLAN with VID of 20. Assign ports 2 and 10 to be members of VLAN20.Select the Tx Tagging option to enable egress tagging on port 10.3.2 PVID setupClick Advanced Application and VLAN in navigation panel to display the configurationscreen as shown. Clic k VLAN Port Setting to show VLAN Port Setting screen. 14 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  15. 15. IES-5000 Support NotesSet the PVIDs on port 1 and 2 to 10 and 20 respectively.After the configuration on the devices are complete, video traffic will go through the 15 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  16. 16. IES-5000 Support Notes 0/33 channel and the data traffic will go through the 0/34 channel. Since the 0/33 channel has a higher priority, video traffic will get processed and sent first if both traffic types arrive at the same time.802.1x ApplicationIEEE 802.1x port-based authentication can be used to prevent unauthorized ports(clients) from gaining access to the network. It is an extended authentication protocolthat allows support of RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial in User Service,RFC2138, 2139) for centralized user profile management on a network RADIUSserver.The following figure shows a network example where the IES-5000 acts as anauthenticator to provide 802.1x authentication. In this example, the supplicants (PC1and PC2) want to gain access to the application server. Authentication Server (RADIUS) X IES-5000(SLC/ALC) (Authenticator) Authorized Unauthorized Station/ Application server SHDSL/ADSL SHDSL/ADSL modem Port x Port y modem PC 1 PC 2 (Supplicant) (Supplicant) 16 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  17. 17. IES-5000 Support NotesSetting up 802.1xTo set up an 802.1x infrastructure, we need to configure the authenticator, RADIUSand supplicants. In this example, we will use Microsoft 802.1x client as the supplicantand ZyXEL Vantage 50 as the RADIUS server. The following sections describe theprocedures.1. Authenticator Setup: IES-50001.1 RADIUS settings:Enable 802.1x Authentication and specify the RADIUS server IP address, UDP portand shared Secret on the IES-5000. Make sure you enter the same UDP port andshared secret as the RADIUS server. Then save the settings to make them take effect.TGE1> sys sw dot1x enableTGE1> sys sw dot1x set radius server 192.168.1.3TGE1> sys sw dot1x set radius port 1812TGE1> sys sw dot1x set radius sec 12345678TGE1> config save2. RADIUS Setup: Vantage 50You can use any RADIUS server (such as Funk Steel-Belted RADIUS, Cisco AccessControl Server or MeetingHouse Aegis server). In this example, we will use ZyXELVantage 50 as the RADIUS server. You can configure Vantage 50 through its webconfigurator (the default management IP address is 192.168.1.3).2.1 RADIUS server setupClick RADIUS and RADIUS SERVER in the navigation panel to display the configurationscreen as shown. You can use the default values or change the Authentication port, SharedSecret settings. Make sure these values MUST are the same as on the client. 17 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  18. 18. IES-5000 Support Notes2.2 Create a User AccountClick RADIUS and USER ACCOUNT in the navigation panel to display the configurationscreen as shown. You can use existing user accounts or create a new one by clicking the AddNew User button. Clients must enter the correct user name and password to log into thenetwork.3. Supplicant Setup: Windows XPYou can use any supplicant/client software (such as MeetingHouse Aegis client, FunkOdyssey client and Microsoft 802.1x client). In this example, we will use takeMicrosoft 802.1x client software.3.1 802.1x/MD5-challenge setupOpen the Local Area connection Properties screen and click the Authentication tab. SelectEnable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network and select MD5-challenge in theEAP type field. 18 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  19. 19. IES-5000 Support NotesWhen the 802.1x authentication process starts, a message displays in the system trayprompting you to enter the account user name and password. The following figure shows anexample.Click on the message balloon to display the login screen where you can enter your account 19 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  20. 20. IES-5000 Support Notesuser name and password. After entering the required information, click OK to continue. Oncethe authentication process is successful, client setup is complete.Once you are authenticated successfully, you can access the network. Otherwise, networkaccess is not allowed through the DSL port on the CPE.4. Prestige 660R-61 SettingsPlease refer to the procedures described in the previous application.Syslog Server ApplicationYou can set your ZyXEL product to send system logs to an external syslog server(such as Syslodd in Unix and Kiwi Syslog Daemon ( http://www.kiwisys log.com/ )).When the DSL or Ethernet connections are up or down, the IES-5000 sends a logrecord to the syslog server. You must install the syslog server on the network thatthe IES-5000 can access. The following figure shows an example. 20 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  21. 21. IES-5000 Support Notes Syslog server Network Uplink IES-5000 ALC-1248G SLC-1248G ADSL/SHDSL modemSetting up a Syslog serverIn this section, we will show you how to configure the IES-5000 and Kiwi Syslogserver. The subsequent sections describe the detailed configuration steps.1. Installing and Running Kiwi’s Syslog ServerDownload the Kiwi syslog daemon installation file from the web site and double-clickthe file to start the installation process. Follow the on-screen description to install. 21 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  22. 22. IES-5000 Support NotesAfter the installation process is complete, start the daemon from the Start menu. Ascreen displays as shown. In this example, assume that the syslog server’s IP addressis 192.168.1.77.2. IES-5000 settingsOn the IES-5000, enable syslog logging and specify the IP address of the syslogserver (192.168.1.77 in this example). Specify where (Local 1 through Local 7) youwant to store the logs and then save the settings.CI command:TGE1> sys syslog enableTGE1> sys syslog server 192.168.1.77TGE1> sys syslog facility 1TGE1> config saveWhen the DSL connection is up or down, the IES-5000 sends a log record to thesyslog server. You can see the new entry in the syslog server. The following shows anexample. 22 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  23. 23. IES-5000 Support NotesRing Topology ApplicationA ring topology provides network redundancy. This means that when a link is down,the entire network can still be up as traffic is forwarded through another route orgateway. However, to prevent network loops in a ring topology, you must enableRSTP/STP on the network. The following figure shows a ring network example. Network PC switch Port1 IES-5000 Port2 ALC-1248G Uplink1 IES2000 Uplink1 SLC-1248G ADSL/SHDSL Uplink2 ADSL/SHDSL Uplink2 modem modem PC PCSetting up a Ring EnvironmentThis section shows you how to set up a ring network using an IES-5000, IES-2000and an ES-4024 switch. The computers should be able to connect to each other eventhough an uplink connection is down. The following sections describes theconfiguration steps in detail.1. IES-5000 settings1.1 Activating Spanning Tree protocol on Ethernet PortsBefore you set up the ring topology, enable spanning tree protocol on the Ethernet 23 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  24. 24. IES-5000 Support Notesports 1 and 2. The following shows the CLI commands.CI command:TGE1> sys sw rstp enableTGE1> sys sw rstp port enable 1TGE1> sys sw rstp port enable 22. Setup IES-20002.1 Activating Spanning Tree protocolThis section shows how to enable STP on the IES-2000 using the web configurator.Access the web configurator and click Switch Setup in the navigation panel to display theconfiguration screen as shown. Then select the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol option toenable it.2.2 Activating Spanning Tree protocol on Ethernet portsAfter you have activated STP on the system, you must activate STP on the Ethernet ports.In the web configurator, click Port Setup in the navigation panel to display the configurationscreen as shown. Click msc to display the configuration screen for the Ethernet ports on theMSC line card. 24 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  25. 25. IES-5000 Support NotesClick Uplink2 to configure this port.Select Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol to enable it on the port. 25 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  26. 26. IES-5000 Support NotesFollow the same procedure to activate STP on uplink port 1. The following figureshows an example. 26 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  27. 27. IES-5000 Support Notes3. ES-4024 Settings3.1 Activating Spanning Tree protocolThis section shows you how to enable STP on the switch.Log into the web configurator on the ES-4024 and click Advanced Application > SpanningTree Protocol in the navigation panel. The main Spanning Tree Protocol Status screendisplays. Click Configuration to configure spanning tree protocol settings.Select Active to enable Spanning Tree Protocol on the system and then enable STP on 27 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  28. 28. IES-5000 Support Notesports 1 and 2.4. Status ResultsAfter you connect the uplink port 1 on IES-2000 to port 2 on the ES-4024, the state ofport 2 becomes BLOCKING.To test the RSTP/STP mechanism, disconnect the Ethernet cable between uplink port1 on the IES-5000 and port 1 on the ES-4024. The computers can still access thenetwork through the CPE devices since traffic now goes through IES-2000.Check the state of port 2 on the ES-4024. It has become FORWARDING. 28 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  29. 29. IES-5000 Support NotesIGMP Snooping/IGMP Filtering ApplicationWithout IGMP snooping, multicast traffic is treated in the same manner as broadcasttraffic, that is, it is forwarded to all ports. With IGMP snooping, multicast traffic of agroup is only forwarded to ports that have members of that group. IGMP snoopinggenerates no additional network traffic, allowing you to significantly reduce multicasttraffic passing through the IP-DSLAM. IGMP filtering allows a port to join specificIGMP groups. This feature is useful for video service providers as they only need toallow certain, but not all, channels (or multicast groups) on specific ports. Internet Video Server IES-5000(ALC/SLC) IGMP Ethernet Port Router Port 1 ADSL/SHDSL CPE Video Client 29 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  30. 30. IES-5000 Support NotesSetting up IGMP snooping/IGMP filteringIn this section, we will show you how to configure IGMP snooping and filtering onthe IES-5000. For details on configuring a video server and the correspondingsubscriber device, refer to the documentation that comes with the devices.For this application example, the video server provides three channels: - movie 1 in the 240.10.10.8 multicast group - movie 2 in the 240.10.10.9 multicast group - movie 3 in the 240.10.10.10 multicast groupIf IGMP snooping is not enabled or if IGMP filtering is not enabled on the ports, allsubscribers can watch movies from each channel. We want to limit a subscriber toview movies from movie channels 1 and 2 only.1. IES-5000 settings1.1 Activating IGMP SnoopingEnable IGMP Snooping on the IES-5000.CI command:TGE1> multicast igmp enable snooping1.2 Setting up IGMP FilteringNext enable IGMP filtering and configure IGMP filtering profiles for a subscriber tolimit the movie channels the subscriber can watch.For this example, we want to allow the subscriber to join the movie 1 and movie 2groups. This means that traffic from the 240.10.10.8 and 240.10.10.9 multicast groupsare sent to the port to which the subscriber is connected.On the IES-5000, create an IGMP filter profile (Subscriber1) and apply the profile toport 1. Then apply the profile to the subscriber port (7-1). Save the settings to make ittake effect.CI command:TGE1> profile igmpfilter set Subscriber1 1 224.10.10.8 224.10.10.9TGE1> multicast igmpfilter set 7-1 Subscriber1TGE1> config save 30 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  31. 31. IES-5000 Support NotesLimiting Internet access to users on specific DSL portsSome ISPs may want to limit the number of computers behind certain DSL ports toaccess the Internet or allow computers with specific MAC addresses to access theInternet. These tasks can be easily done with the port security and MAC addressfiltering features on the IES-5000. Internet IES-5000(ALC/SLC) Port 3 ADSL/SHDSL CPE PC 1 PC 2 PC 3Setting up MAC Filter/Port SecurityIn this section, we will show you how to configure the IES-5000 to allow onlycomputers with the specified MAC addresses to access the Internet through port 3.1. IES-5000 settings1.1 Configuring MAC filterOn the IES-5000, enable MAC filtering on port 3 and specify the MAC addressesallowed. This sets the IES-5000 to allow only computers with the specified MACaddresses on port 3 to access the Internet. A computer with any other MAC addresses 31 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  32. 32. IES-5000 Support Noteswill not be able to access the Internet on port 3. Save the settings to make the cha ngestake effect.CI command:TGE1> lcman port macfilter enable 7-3TGE1> lcman port macfilter set 7-3 00:a0:c5:12:34:56TGE1> lcman port macfilter set 7-3 00:a0:c5:77:88:99TGE1> config save1.2 Configuring Port SecurityAlternatively, you can enable port security on port 3 in slot 7 and specify the numberof MAC addresses allowed to access through the port at the same time. In thisexample, we will only allow one user to access at a time. That means when the user islogged in for Internet access on port 3, any user will be blocked.Note that you cannot activate MAC filtering and port security at the same time.CI command:TGE1> lcman port maccount enable 7-3TGE1> lcman port maccount set 7-3 1TGE1> config saveDHCP Relay Option 82 ApplicationIn some cases, ISPs may want to limit the number of IP addresses assigned to theusers or assign certain IP addresses based on the DSL port, VLAN ID and option 82string. To set up this flexible client IP address assignment scheme, configure the TheyDHCP Relay Option 82 feature and set up a DHCP server that supports the Option 82function. The following figure shows a network example. 32 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  33. 33. IES-5000 Support Notes Network DHCP Server IES-5000(ALC/SLC) Port 25 ADSL/SHDSL CPE DHCP ClientSetting up DHCP Relay Option 82In this application example, we will show you how to configure the IES-5000 toassign a specific IP address in the client IP pool to a computer based on its DSL port,VLAN ID and the option 82 string.For this example, assume that the computer is connected to DSL port 25 with anOption82 string of “5000” in VLAN 1. We will use the IP Commander DHCP server(192.168.1.99) to assign this computer an IP address in the client IP pool of192.168.1.201~192.168.1.203.1. IES-5000 settingsOn the IES-5000, enable DHCP relay and specify the IP address of the DHCP server(192.168.1.99). Then enable Option82 and enter “5000” as the string.CI command:TGE1> ip dhcprelay enableTGE1> ip dhcprelay relay enableTGE1> ip dhcprelay server 1 192.168.1.99TGE1> ip dhcprelay relayinfo add 5000 33 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  34. 34. IES-5000 Support Notes2. CPE settingsConnect a CPE device to DSL port 25. Refer to the previous sections on how toconfigure the CPE device.3. IP Commander settingsDisplay the IP Commander screen and right-click on IP Commander and then clickConnect New Server”.Enter the IP address (for example, 192.168.1.99) or domain name of the DHCP serverand click OK. 34 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  35. 35. IES-5000 Support NotesEnter the login user name and password. The default user name is “administrator” andthe password is “incognito”. 35 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  36. 36. IES-5000 Support NotesA screen displays as shown. Make sure that the status of your DHCP is online. Thenclick Wizards > Rule Wizard in the tool bar.Enter a name and description for the new rule. 36 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  37. 37. IES-5000 Support NotesAssign one or a range of IP addresses for this rule. For this example, set the client IPpool in the 192.168.1.201 ~ 192.168.1.203 range. 37 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  38. 38. IES-5000 Support NotesSelect DHCP Option in the Keywords field.A configuration screen displays. Set the fields in the screen as shown.Select 82 Relay Agent Information under the Option number field. Enter 1 in theSub-option field and select the Binary data type.For port 25, VLAN 1, option string “5000”, enter “0019000131323438” as the keyvalue and click OK. Note that the first two bytes define the port number, the secondtwo bytes define the VLAN ID and the subsequent bytes indicate the Option82 string. 38 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  39. 39. IES-5000 Support NotesAfter you have finished the rule wizard settings, the following screen displays. ClickNext to continue. 39 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  40. 40. IES-5000 Support NotesIn the next wizard screen, click Next to continue.In next screen, you may specify a DHCP template (with the gateway and DNSsettings) to use. Here we will create a ne w template. 40 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  41. 41. IES-5000 Support NotesFor this template, we enter “192.168.1.1” as the gateway IP address for the DHCPclient. 41 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  42. 42. IES-5000 Support NotesIn the next screen, you may choose whether to apply automatic DDNS service on theDHCP server or not.Click Finish to complete the wizard setup. 42 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  43. 43. IES-5000 Support NotesAfter the configuration, your computer should obtain an IP address of 192.168.1.201from the DHCP server once the computer is connected to the network.Packet FilteringThe packet filtering feature on the IES-5000 allows ISPs to block certain packet types(such as IP, ARP, DHCP, EAPoL, PPPoE, NETBIOS and IGMP). 43 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  44. 44. IES-5000 Support Notes Network Client 2 IES-5000(ALC/SLC) Port 1 ADSL/SHDSL CPE Specific Protocol Packet. Ex. NetBIOS Client 1Setting up Packet FilteringIn this section, we will show you how to configure the IES-5000 to block NETBIOSprotocol packets.1. IES-5000 settings (ALC-1248G/SLC 1248G)Type the following commands to enable packet filtering on the specific slot-port.TGE1> lcman port pktfilter set 7-1 netbiosDisplay packet filtering status on slot 7.CI command:TGE1> lcman port pktfilter show 7 port filter----- ------------------------------------- 7- 1 netbios 7- 2 accept-all 7- 3 accept-all 44 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  45. 45. IES-5000 Support Notes7- 4 accept-all7- 5 accept-all7- 6 accept-all7- 7 accept-all7- 8 accept-all7- 9 accept-all7-10 accept-all7-11 accept-all7-12 accept-all7-13 accept-all7-14 accept-all7-15 accept-all7-16 accept-all7-17 accept-all7-18 accept-all7-19 accept-all7-20 accept-all7-21 accept-all7-22 accept-all7-23 accept-all7-24 accept-all7-25 accept-all7-26 accept-all7-27 accept-all7-28 accept-all7-29 accept-all7-30 accept-all7-31 accept-all7-32 accept-all7-33 accept-all7-34 accept-all7-35 accept-all7-36 accept-all7-37 accept-all7-38 accept-all7-39 accept-all7-40 accept-all7-41 accept-all 45 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  46. 46. IES-5000 Support Notes 7-42 accept-all 7-43 accept-all 7-44 accept-all 7-45 accept-all 7-46 accept-all 7-47 accept-all 7-48 accept-allTGE1>VDSL Application- Triple PlayThis section shows you how to set up a network environment for triple-playapplication. The following figure depicts a network example where three PVCs areused for multiple services (Data, Voice and Video) on the IES-5000 on which a VDSLline card is installed. In addition, IEEE VLAN and 802.1p are set up to guaranteesmooth Voice and Video streaming through the network. 46 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  47. 47. IES-5000 Support Notes# IES5000 Settings1. Log into the web configurator on to the IES-5000. The default in-band management IP address of the IES-5000 is 192.168.1.1. On the login screen, enter the default user name (‘admin’) and password (‘1234’). 47 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  48. 48. IES-5000 Support Notes2. Set up the IP address.Click Sys > IP Setup and set the IP address of the IES-5000 to 192.168.1.100 and thesubnet mask to 255.255.255.0 for this example network. 48 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  49. 49. IES-5000 Support Notes3. Create a VDSL profileClick Profile > VDSL in the navigation panel to display the configuration screen.Enter a descriptive name in the Name field (for example, U35D65_INTE) andspecify the Latency Mode. Then set the Max Rate of Downstream/Upstream fields(for example, 65Mbps/35Mbps) and configure the other related fields. 49 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  50. 50. IES-5000 Support Notes4. Apply the VDSL profile to VDSL portsClick Port > VDSL to display the configuration screen and then select to whichVDSL ports you would like to apply the VDSL profile you have just created.For this example, choose Slot 3 and Port 1. Select Enable and select U35D65_INTEin the VDSL Profile field. Click Apply to save the changes. 50 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  51. 51. IES-5000 Support Notes5. Click Setup in the VLAN field to create three VLANs: VLAN 1 (for DATA), VLAN 102 (for VOICE) and VLAN 103 (for VIDEO) on the VDSL port. 51 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  52. 52. IES-5000 Support Notesa. Create VLAN 1VLAN 1 is created by default. Click Modify and select the Tag option. Click Applysave the configuration. 52 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  53. 53. IES-5000 Support Notesb. Create VLAN 102Configure a new VLAN and enter 102 in the VID field. Select the Tag option. ClickApply to save the configuration. 53 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  54. 54. IES-5000 Support Notesc. Create VLAN 103Configure the third VLAN and enter 103 in the VID field. Select the Tag option.Click Apply to save the configuration. 54 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  55. 55. IES-5000 Support Notes6. Configure VLANs on ENET Port 3 (up1)a. Configure VLAN 1Select Index 1 and click Modify. Select the Tag option for up1. Click Apply to savethe changes. 55 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  56. 56. IES-5000 Support Notesb. Configure VLAN 102Select Index 2 and click Modify. Select Fix in the Registration field and select theTag option for up1. Click Apply to save the changes. 56 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  57. 57. IES-5000 Support Notesc. Configure VLAN 103Select Index 3 and click Modify. Select Fix in the Registration field and select theTag option for up1. Click Apply to save the changes. 57 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  58. 58. IES-5000 Support Notes7. Enable IGMP Proxy on the IES-5000Click Multicast > IGMP in the navigation panel to display the configuration screen.Select Enable_IGMP_Proxy in the IGMP Mode field and click Apply to save thechanges.Enter 103 in the Add Static Query VLAN field and click Apply to save the changes. 58 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  59. 59. IES-5000 Support Notes8. Save the configuration permanently on the IES-5000.Click Config Save > Config Save in the navigation panel and then click Save to saveyour configurations.# Configuring the P870MH-C11. Log into the management interface on the device through Telnet. Access SMTmenu 24.8 to go into the command mode. 59 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  60. 60. IES-5000 Support Notes2. Enter vlan mode 1 to change to 802.1q VLAN and create three VLANs (with VIDs1, 102 and 103) on the P870MH-C1.After you have created the three VLANS, check the VLAN settings by entering thevlan disp command.3. Display the configured VLANs and check the relationship between "ITEM" and theconfigured VID. Associate VLAN1 to port 1, VLAN 102 to port 2 and VLAN 103 toport 3 without transmitting Tagged frames. Also, add the VLAN tags (1, 102 & 103)to the outgoing traffic on the VDSL port. 60 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  61. 61. IES-5000 Support Notes4. Since port 1(VLAN 1) is used for data access, port 2(VLAN 102) is used for VoIPand port 3 (VLAN 103) is used for IPTV service, assign a higher priority (qos = High)on ports 2 and 3. This allows VoIP and IPTV traffic to get processed first duringnetwork congestion. On the other hand, assign a low priority on port 1 since Internetaccess is not time sensitive.5. Check whether all the settings are correct. 61 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  62. 62. IES-5000 Support Notes# ES2024A Settings5. Log into the web configurator on the ES-2024A. The default management IP address is 192.168.1.1. Enter the default password ‘1234’to log into the device. 62 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  63. 63. IES-5000 Support Notes6. Set the IP address of the ES-2024A to 192.168.1.200.Click Basic Setting> IP Setup in the navigation panel and enter 192.168.1.100 in theIP Address field and enter 255.255.255.0 in the IP Subnet Mask field. 63 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  64. 64. IES-5000 Support Notes7. Enable IGMP Snooping on the ES-2024A to allow multicast traffic to pass through.Click Basic Setting> Switch Setup in the navigation panel to display theconfiguration screen. Select Active in the IGMP Snooping field to enable thisfeature.8. Create three VLANs - VLAN 1 for data access (such as FTP) on Ethernet port 3, VLAN 102 for VoIP (such SIP server & ATA) on Ethernet ports 1 and 2 and VLAN 103 for Video server on Ethernet port 4. The Uplink port is 24.d. Create VLAN 1Click Advanced Application> VLAN> Static VLAN Setting and then click VID 1.Select ACTIVE to enable this VLAN. Select Tx Tagging on port 24 and leave thisoption unchecked for all other fields.Select Forbidden for switch ports 1, 2 and 4. Then click Add to save the settings forVLAN 1. 64 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  65. 65. IES-5000 Support Notese. Create VLAN 102Click Advanced Application> VLAN> Static VLAN Setting then select Active toenable this VLAN. Enter a descriptive name for this VLAN and enter 102 in theVLAN Group ID field.Select Tx Tagging on port 24 and leave this option unchecked for all other fields.Select Fixed for switch ports 1, 2 and 24. Then click Add to save the settings forVLAN 102. 65 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  66. 66. IES-5000 Support Notesf. Create VLAN 103Click Advanced Application> VLAN> Static VLAN Setting then select Active toenable this VLAN. Enter a descriptive name for this VLAN and enter 103 in theVLAN Group ID field.Select Tx Tagging on port 24 and leave this option unchecked for all other fields.Select Fixed for switch ports 4 and 24. Then click Add to save the settings for VLAN103. 66 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  67. 67. IES-5000 Support Notes# P660H settings9. Access the management interface on the P660HW-61 using Telnet. The default management IP address of P660H-61 is 192.168.1.1. Enter the default password of ‘1234’ to log into the device. 67 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  68. 68. IES-5000 Support Notes10. Disable the auto VC hunting feature and restart the device.Access SMT menu 24.8 to access the command interface Then enter the wan atm vcactive no and wan atm vc save commands. Reboot the device to make the changestake effect.3. Configure the P6060H-61 to work in bridge mode for the three PVCs.Access SMT menu 1 and specify the system name. Then select Y in the Bridge esfield.4. Access SMT menu 3.2. Change the P660H-61’s IP address to 192.168.1.10 and select None in the DHCP field to disable the DHCP server on the P-660H-61. 68 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  69. 69. IES-5000 Support Notes5. Create three PVCs on the P660H for Triple-play application (Data, Voice andVideo)a. Create a PVC for Data access (Internet access)Access SMT menu 11.1 and set the settings in the following fields.Rem Node Name=DataActive=YesEncapsulation= RFC 1483Multiplexing= LLC-basedRoute=None Bridge=Yes. 69 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  70. 70. IES-5000 Support NotesSelect Y in the ATM options field. Enter 0 and 33 in the VPI and VCI fields esrespectively. Then press [ENTER] to save the changes.b. Create a PVC for the Voice channelAccess SMT menu 11.2 and set the settings in the following fields:Rem Node Name=VoiceActive=YesEncapsulation= RFC 1483Multiplexing= LLC-basedRoute=NoneBridge=Yes. 70 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  71. 71. IES-5000 Support NotesSelect Y in the ATM options field. Enter 0 and 34 in the VPI and VCI fields esrespectively. Then press [ENTER] to save the changes.c. Create a PVC for the Video channelAccess SMT menu 11.3 and set the settings in the following fields:Rem Node Name=VideoActive=YesEncapsulation= RFC 1483Multiplexing= LLC-basedRoute=NoneBridge=YesSelect Y in the ATM options field. Enter 0 and 35 in the VPI and VCI fields es 71 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  72. 72. IES-5000 Support Notesrespectively. Then press [ENTER] to save the changes.You can view the three configured PVCs in menu 11.6. Bind the three PVCs to specific Ethernet ports on the P660H-61.Access SMT menu 24.8Enter sys triple port set 1 1 to bind PVC1 to Ethernet port 1 (Data)Enter sys triple port set 2 2 to bind PVC 2 to Ethernet port 2 (Voice) 72 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.
  73. 73. IES-5000 Support NotesEnter sys triple port set 3 3 to bind PVC 3 to Ethernet port 3 (Video)7. Access SMT menu 24.1 and check whether the ADSL physical layer is UP and check whether the PVC counter is counting. 73 All contents copyright (c) 2005 ZyXEL Communications Corporation.

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