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Compact Router User's Guide

  1. 1. Compact Router User’s Guide For Model TR-0653A
  2. 2. Product Name: Compact Router TR-650 Model Number: TR-0653A FCC Notice The user that changes or makes modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equip- ment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for 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 installa- tion. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the User’s Guide, may cause harmful inter- ference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular instal- lation. 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 encour- aged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: y Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. y Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. y Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. y Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Only peripherals complying with the FCC class B limits may be attached to this equipment. Operation with non-compliant peripherals or peripherals not recom- mended by Toshiba is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Toshiba or parties authorized by Toshiba could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  3. 3. WARNINGS: Your model TR-650 complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the bottom or the side of the equipment is the label that contains among other information the FCC Part 68 registration number. If requested, this informa- tion must be provided to the telephone company. Your TR-650 connects to the telephone network under USOC RJ49C line use. The FCC Facility Inter- face and Service Order Codes are as follows: FIC Code: 02IS5 SOC Code: 6.0F Your TR-650 has a modular plug provided. The TR-650 is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a compatible modular jack which is Part 68 compliant. See installation instructions for details. This equipment is capable of providing user's access to interstate providers of operator services through the use of equal access codes. Modi- fications by aggregaters to alter these capabilities may be a violation of the telephone operator consumer services improvement act of 1990 and Part 68 of the FCC Rules. 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 interfer- ence, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Type of Service Your TR-650 is designed to be used on a standard-device telephone line. Connec- tion to telephone-company-provided coin service (central office implemented sys- tems) is prohibited. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Telephone Company Procedures The goal of the telephone company is to provide you with the best service it can. In order to do this, it will occasionally be necessary for them to make changes in their equipment or the operation of your equipment. The telephone company will give you notice, in writing, to allow you to make any changes necessary to maintain uninterrupted service. If you have any questions about your telephone line, such as how many pieces of equipment you can connect to it, the telephone company will provide this informa- tion upon request.
  4. 4. In certain circumstances, it may be necessary for the telephone company to request information from you concerning the equipment which you have connected to your telephone line. Upon request of the telephone company, provide the FCC reg- istration number of the equipment which is connected to your line, which is listed on the equipment label. If Problems Arise If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immedi- ately remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone net- work. If the telephone company notes a problem, they may temporarily discontinue service. When practical, they will notify you in advance of this discon- nection. If advance notice is not feasible, you will be notified as soon as possible. When you are notified, you will be given the opportunity to correct the problem and informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. In the event repairs are ever needed on your equipment, they should be performed by Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. or an authorized representative of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. For information contact: Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. Network Products Division 9740 Irvine Blvd. Irvine, CA 92618 1-888-422-6677 www.networks.toshiba.com Copyright © 1998, 1999 by TOSHIBA CORPORATION. All rights reserved. This manual may not be reproduced, in part or in whole, without the permission of TOSHIBA CORPORATION. The content of this manual is subject to change without notice in the interest of product improvement. TOSHIBA CORPORATION assumes no liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of this product or the information contained in this manual. Copying of this product and the software provided for this product is strictly for- bidden excluding specific conditions determined at purchase. This product and its software should be handled with care.
  5. 5. Trademarks Windows, Windows 95/98NT, Microsoft Internet Explorer are the registered trade- marks of Microsoft Corporation. Netscape Navigator and Netscape are the trademarks of Netscape Communica- tions, Inc. Macintosh is a trademark registered by Apple Computer, Inc. in the USA and in other countries. Ethernet is a trademark of Xerox Corporation. All other trademarks belong to their respective companies. Software Licensing Agreement The TR-650 uses data compression software made by Hi/fn, Inc.
  6. 6. Contents Preface.................................................................................................. i About this manual............................................................................. i Other resources ................................................................................ii Conventions......................................................................................ii Safety precautions...........................................................................iii Communications precautions........................................................ v Installation precautions.............................................................. vi Checking connection time......................................................... vi Chapter 1: Getting Started..................................................................1 What’s included................................................................................1 Requirements...................................................................................3 Features............................................................................................3 Ways to connect the TR-650.........................................................9 Typical networks..........................................................................9 Typical connections...................................................................10 TR-650 components.....................................................................11 LEDs and components.............................................................11 Connectors and controls..........................................................12 Determining the network design..................................................14
  7. 7. Ordering ISDN services................................................................ 15 ISDN Ordering Code (IOC) ...................................................... 16 Custom Ordering...................................................................... 18 Information from Your Telephone Company......................... 19 Ordering Internet services............................................................ 21 Chapter 2: Configuring Your TR-650 ..............................................23 Configuration procedure.............................................................. 23 Installing the TR-650 ................................................................. 26 Connecting the computer and the TR-650................................. 26 Setting up the computer for configuration................................. 27 Setting up the PC...................................................................... 28 Setting up the Macintosh with Open Transport .................... 32 Setting up the Macintosh with MacTCP ............................... 33 How to log in................................................................................. 35 Setting the configuration parameters.......................................... 38 Configuration examples................................................................ 42 ISP Connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned) .......... 43 ISP Connection (ISDN: Static IP assigned) .............. 46 Private Connection (ISDN) ......................................... 49 Connecting the line and devices.................................................. 56 Setting up the computer for communication............................. 57 Setting up the PC...................................................................... 59 Setting up the Macintosh with Open Transport..................... 62 Setting up the Macintosh with MacTCP................................. 64 Testing the connection.................................................................. 67 Chapter 3: Using Analog Devices....................................................71 Extension calling ........................................................................... 72 How to call a different extension............................................. 72 How to transfer an incoming call to a different extension..... 73 Call Waiting.................................................................................... 75 Three-Way Calling......................................................................... 76 Call Transfer................................................................................... 79 Visual Message Waiting indicator ............................................... 83
  8. 8. Call Forwarding..............................................................................84 Chapter 4: Additional Information...................................................87 Saving the configuration parameters...........................................87 Restoring configuration parameters............................................88 Changing the configuration parameters......................................91 Typical Setup..............................................................................91 Custom Setup............................................................................91 Restoring the default setup...........................................................93 View the current settings .............................................................94 View status information................................................................95 View the router event log..............................................................96 Automatic router IP address registration....................................97 Setting up parameters on the telephone...................................101 Breaking an ISDN connection ....................................................103 Turning off the TR-650................................................................103 Chapter 5: TR-650 Functions.........................................................105 Line connection functions...........................................................108 Incoming call authentication..................................................108 Link setup.................................................................................110 PPP authentication..................................................................113 Channel control .......................................................................121 Link options.............................................................................133 Data compression...................................................................135 Callback....................................................................................137 Data over Voice (DOV)............................................................140 Analog device connections.........................................................142 Extension calling......................................................................143 Voice call acceptance..............................................................144 Voice call screening.................................................................146 Voice call priority.....................................................................148 Call Waiting..............................................................................149 Three-Way Calling...................................................................150 Call Transfer .............................................................................152
  9. 9. Visual Message Waiting indicator......................................... 155 Caller ID display...................................................................... 156 Call Forwarding....................................................................... 156 IP routing functions.................................................................... 157 Static routing........................................................................... 166 Dynamic routing..................................................................... 168 ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)..................................... 171 Proxy ARP ............................................................................ 172 BOOTP/DHCP relay agent...................................................... 175 Router discovery .................................................................... 176 NAT (Network Address Translator)....................................... 177 DNS cache............................................................................... 184 DHCP server............................................................................ 187 Bridging function......................................................................... 188 Security functions....................................................................... 190 MAC filter................................................................................. 191 IP filter...................................................................................... 193 Firewall..................................................................................... 195 Management functions .............................................................. 197 SNMP agent ........................................................................... 197 SYSLOG server registration .................................................. 200 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting........................................................... 203 Appendix A: Specifications............................................................ 215 Appendix B: LED Indicators.......................................................... 227 Glossary.......................................................................................... 233 Index................................................................................................ 244
  10. 10. About this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i Other resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii Communications precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
  11. 11. Preface Congratulations on your purchase of a TR-650 Series Compact Router. Your model TR-0653A is a member of the TR-650 Series of Compact Routers. This manual’s references to the TR-650 apply to your model TR-0653A because it is a member of the series. With your new TR-650, you can connect to other computers or LANs (Local Area Networks), and communicate using an ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) line. This provides for fast Internet and remote access connectivity. It also allows you to build an intranet. About this manual This manual contains the information you need to install and con- figure your TR-650. Be sure to read this User’s Guide before using your TR-650. It includes instructions for: y Ordering ISDN and Internet services y Installing, connecting, and configuring your TR-650 y How to use analog telephone or facsimile connected to TEL ports of your TR-650 i
  12. 12. ii Other resources y Changing, saving, and restoring the configuration of your TR- 650 y Viewing the status of your TR-650 This User’s Guide also describes the information on functions (such as ISDN, IP router and bridge) that can assist you when configuring and using your TR-650. Other resources On-line help for configuration is available through the TR-650 Ser- vice Menu, which can be accessed through your browser. Information about the TR-650 can also be viewed on TOSHIBA AMERICA’s home page: www.nteworks.toshiba.com Conventions This manual uses a number of icons to make finding your way around easier: WARNING: This icon alerts you to actions that can cause actual dam- age to you or your TR-650. For example, supplying 230 VAC power to the TR-650, which is designed to work at 120 VAC, will damage the circuitry and prevent you from using the TR-650. CAUTION: This icon alerts you to actions you should avoid (such as procedures that, if performed incorrectly, may result in data loss) and provides tips for what to do.
  13. 13. Safety precautions iii NOTE: This icon indicates important information that may be helpful in carrying out a procedure. TECHNICAL NOTE: This icon indicates technical information that you may not need to know to use the computer, but which may be of interest to you. Safety precautions Follow these precautions to avoid injury to yourself and damage to your equipment. y Make sure the equipment is properly grounded. Failure to ground the equipment can cause electric shock. y Do not handle the TR-650 in any way other than specified in this document. Removing the cover and touching internal parts can cause electric shock, burns, or fire. You may not be able to have your TR-650 repaired or replaced, if you disassemble or modify it. y Do not touch the equipment when your hands are wet. Doing so can cause electric shock. y Install the TR-650 at a suitable location, taking care not to block the air vents. Do not expose the TR-650 to: y moisture and/or high humidity y dust, corrosive gas or a salty atmosphere y direct sunlight or high temperatures Using the TR-650 under these conditions can cause a fire or fumes.
  14. 14. iv Safety precautions y Use the base-stand supplied with the TR-650. If you use a different stand, the equipment may fall off, resulting in bodily injury. y Connect your TR-650 to a 120VAC power outlet. Using a 230V outlet can damage the equipment, causing electric shock, burns, and/or fire or fumes. y Be careful not to damage the power supply cord, 10BASE-T cable, or line cable. In particular: y Do not pull on the cables. Unplug them by holding the plug/ connector. y Do not place heavy items on the cables. Damaged cables can cause electric shock, burns, a short circuit or fire. y Do not use the power supply cord or plug if it is damaged or broken, and do not attempt to repair it yourself. If the power supply cord or plug needs repairing, contact the Toshiba Service Center. y Make sure the power switch is turned off before unplugging/ plugging the power supply cord. Failure to do this can result in a burn. y Make sure the TR-650 is connected correctly to other equip- ment. Incorrect connection will result in equipment malfunctioning and can cause a short circuit or high tempera- ture, resulting in fire or electric shock. y Turn the power off immediately and unplug the power supply cord if: y The TR-650 has been subjected to strong impact. y You smell any abnormal odors, detect temperature rise or see fumes.
  15. 15. Communications precautions v Continuing to use the equipment in abnormal conditions can cause a fire and/or fumes. Contact the Toshiba Service Center for repair information. y Do not allow metal objects (such as, staples, clips) or liquids (such as, coffee) to drop or be spilled inside the TR-650. y Keep signal cables indoors. This reduces the risk of damage and/or injury. Communications precautions Failure to observe these precautions may cause a communications error or loss of data: y Do not install the TR-650 near equipment such as large motors or high-voltage transmission lines, which generate strong mag- netic fields. y Do not place heavy objects on the TR-650. y Connect only components or products that meet the specifica- tions of the TR-650. y Do not clean the TR-650 with an aerosol spray, alcohol, ben- zene, paint thinner or organic solvents. y Do not change any settings or carry out any operation that is not described in this manual. y Do not move the TR-650 with the power still turned on. y Ground the TR-650 separately from electrical equipment which has fluctuating loads or generates considerable electrical noise (for example, air conditioners, refrigerators, motors, automatic vending machines, welders). y After turning off the power, wait at least five seconds before turning it on again. y Avoid using the TR-650 when lightning strikes nearby. Immedi- ately turn off the power and disconnect all cables from the TR-
  16. 16. vi Communications precautions 650. Surge currents resulting from lightning may cause the equipment to malfunction. If you require extremely high reliability and security during com- munications, you should take the recommended precautions in advance. A malfunction of the TR-650 disables communications temporarily. Installation precautions y The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. y Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. y Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations. y Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines. y Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface. y Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. y Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. Checking connection time When you communicate via an ISDN line, you are charged com- munication fees by the telephone company according to the time that you spend on the line. With some communications software, the TR-650 may be periodi- cally connected to an ISDN line without your being aware of it. To eliminate redundant connection time, check the “ISDN Log” and change the terminal settings to the appropriate values. See “View the router event log” on page 96.
  17. 17. Communications precautions vii
  18. 18. Chapter 1 What’s included . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Ways to connect the TR-650 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 TR-650 components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Determining the network design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Ordering ISDN services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Ordering Internet services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
  19. 19. Getting Started This chapter introduces the features of the TR-650 and explains what you need to do get started. If you’re new to networking, you’ll encounter many acronyms and terms that may be unfamiliar to you. The glossary identifies and explains many of the terms used in this guide. If you’re interested, other terms are defined in various glossaries and information avail- able over the Internet. Use a search engine to locate these glossaries. What’s included The following items are included with your TR-650: 1
  20. 20. 2 Getting Started What’s included y A 10BASE-T cable for connecting the TR-650 to a computer or HUB 10BASE-T cable y A line cable for connecting the TR-650 to the telephone company Line cable y A base-stand for securing the TR-650 Base-stand y This Compact Router User’s Guide For Model TR-0653A y Quick Start Card y Standard Limited Warranty y Toshiba TR-600 Product Registration Card y Reader Response Card
  21. 21. Getting Started Requirements 3 Requirements To configure the TR-650, you need an IBM-compatible PC with Windows 95® or Windows 98® or Windows NT® or a Macintosh™ with operating system version 7.5 or higher. This computer must have: y An Internet browser, such as Netscape Navigator™ (version 2.0 or higher) or Microsoft Internet Explorer® (version 3.0 or higher). Some help screens are not displayed on some browsers. Netscape Navigator™ (version 4.0 or higher) or Microsoft Inter- net Explorer® (version 4.0 or higher) are recommended. y TCP/IP protocol support. y LAN (Local Area Network) card with a 10BASE-T port. y FTP client software. The specific equipment you need to connect the TR-650 to your network depends on the type of network you are using. Features Before you install, configure and begin using the TR-650, take a moment to review its features and consider the ways you can use it to connect your LAN to the world outside your home or office. ISDN functions The TR-650 provides ISDN connectivity and connects automati- cally, when needed. The following ISDN functions are available: y Auto Configuration The TR-650 can automatically configure the ISDN switch type and SPID when your Directory Number is set.
  22. 22. 4 Getting Started Features y Auto SPID The TR-650 can configure SPID and Directory Number without user setup when your telephone company supports Auto SPID. y Multilink PPP Two 56 or 64 kbps channels can be combined using the Multi- link PPP feature. This enables the TR-650 to switch to 112 or 128 kbps temporarily when a data burst occurs. y Always On/Dynamic ISDN (AODI) The TR-650 allows you to use AO/DI, an additional ISDN ser- vice provided by your telephone company and Internet Service Provider. Using this service may lower communication charges. The TR- 650 may control the communication bandwidth using AO/DI function. The TR-650 uses D-channel packet communication, when there is small traffic, for example, e-mail. The TR-650 will also use one or two B-channels (MP), when there is much traffic, for example, FTP. y Nailed connection The TR-650 can be connected to an ISDN line at all times. You can select either the D-channel or B-channel as the channel to be continuously connected. y Data compression The TR-650 supports two data compression protocols: STAC- LZS and Predictor. y Callback The TR-650 supports three callback functions: Callback by Caller ID (Calling Number), PPP callback and BAP/BACP call- back. These features enhance security and enable the receiving party to be charged for the call.
  23. 23. Getting Started Features 5 y Data over Voice The TR-650 can send and receive digital data as analog (voice) data when ISDN is used. Using this feature will reduce the communication fee charged. Analog telephone port The TR-650 provides two analog telephone ports that support ana- log voice, including facsimile. You can use the following analog voice features: y Place and receive a voice call The TR-650 allows you to place and receive analog voice calls to a non-ISDN phone number or to an ISDN phone number that has the necessary analog devices. y Extension calling The TR-650 allows conversations between two analog devices (such as telephones) that are connected to the TR-650 without charge. Also, you can transfer an incoming voice call to another analog device that is connected to the TR-650. y Voice call priority If you place or receive voice call(s) when the TR-650 has two data calls in progress, the TR-650 automatically disconnects a data call or two data calls. y Flexible calling services The TR-650 allows you to utilize flexible calling services pro- vided by your telephone company. This allows you to use features such as Call Waiting, Three-Way Calling, Drop&Hold and Call Transfer.
  24. 24. 6 Getting Started Features y Visual Message Waiting indicator The TR-650 allows you to use the Message Waiting feature pro- vided by your telephone company. This feature uses TEL1/TEL2 LED to notify you when you have new messages. y Caller ID display The TR-650 allows you to use the Caller ID feature provided by your telephone company. If your telephone supports this function, using this feature dis- plays the telephone number of the incoming call on your tele- phone display. IP router function The TR-650 is an IP (Internet Protocol) router. It has four 10BASE- T ports, which permit you to build a small LAN without additional equipment. The following functions are available for connection to the Internet: y DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server The TR-650 runs the DHCP server, which centrally manages the information used by clients, such as IP addresses. A DHCP server provides clients with IP addresses and optional configura- tion information. y DNS (Domain Name System) cache The TR-650 temporarily stores the host computer’s IP address from the DNS server in its DNS cache. y Auto DNS server address assignment The TR-650 can configure DNS server address(es) without the user setup. The TR-650 obtains the address(es) from the ISP (Internet Service Provider) when connecting to the Internet.
  25. 25. Getting Started Features 7 y Address translation (Extended NAT) The TR-650 converts the private IP address of a device con- nected to the LAN interface to a global IP address. There are two modes: the Session mode, where one global IP address is shared by more than one private IP address, and the IP List mode, where multiple global IP addresses are sequentially assigned to a device. Bridge function The TR-650 can function as a bridge. It can forward messages to networks that use protocols other than IP. NOTE: When the TR-650 is functioning as a bridge, the ISDN line may be connected to it continuously. Security The TR-650 has the following built-in security features: y Caller ID authentication is available, which rejects incoming data calls from unregistered telephone numbers. y Voice call screening is available, which rejects incoming voice calls from unregistered telephone numbers. y The TR-650 supports PPP authentication, including PAP (Pass- word Authentication Protocol) and CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol). y The TR-650 supports Firewall function. The TR-650 can restrict reception and transmission of accessing according to network application and accessing direction between a local network and an external network such as the Internet. Accessing from the outside can be restricted while use of services from the local net- work are maintained.
  26. 26. 8 Getting Started Features y Filtering is available if you require the ability to restrict access to your network(s). This allows you to specify IP addresses, MAC addresses, protocol types or TCP/UDP port numbers for filter- ing or forwarding. Network management The TR-650 supports the following features that assist you for easy network management: y The TR-650 supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), which is recognized as an SNMP agent and is man- aged by the SNMP manager over a network. y The TR-650 can send Event Logs and ISDN Logs to a specified SYSLOG server. y The TR-650 provides easy software upgrades through FTP (File Transfer Protocol). Saving and restoring the configuration parameters are also available by FTP. y The TR-650 keeps accurate time by inquiring the exact time of the daytime server and adjusting its internal clock while con- necting to the Internet. Quick Setup Using your Internet browser, you can easily set up parameters for the TR-650. If you are unsure of an operation or setting, you can refer to on-line help. You can setup basic settings on the telephone instead of the computer.
  27. 27. Getting Started Ways to connect the TR-650 9 Ways to connect the TR-650 Once you’ve configured the TR-650, you can connect it to your net- work. This guide cannot explain exactly how to do this because it depends on the type of network you are using. See “Configuring Your TR-650” on page 23 for the configuration steps. Typical networks This section provides some examples showing typical network connections. 1 TR-650 Computer Computer 3 Computer Telephone Telephone Internet TR-650 2 TR-650 ISDN Computer Facsimile HUB HUB Computer Computer Computer Computer Computer Computer Three ways to connect a network using the TR-650 The first example shows the TR-650 connected to a computer and two telephones. The second configuration shows the TR-650 connected to a facsim- ile and a HUB (not included) that has three computers connected to it. The third possibility shows three computers connected directly to the TR-650 and three more computers connected to a HUB.
  28. 28. 10 Getting Started Ways to connect the TR-650 Typical connections The following illustration shows which cables connect to which ports. The connections to use depends on your network. For exam- ple, you’ll need the HUB connection only if your network has a HUB. TR-650 RJ11 RJ45 Telephone cable (6-pin) (8-pin) TEL1 SW Line cable ISDN-U Telephone TEL2 or 10BASE-T cable 10BASE-T Facsimile POWER 1 OR HUB ON 1X NORMAL Wall jack OFF 2X 10BASE-T cable (MDI-X) port 3X 4X BATTERY IN or HUB UP-LINK Power outlet Power supply Computer (MDI) port cord 10BASE-T port Examples of port connections NOTES: Set the integrity test function of the HUB to be connected to ON. For more information, see your HUB’s documentation. The 1 (MDI) and 1X (MDI-X) ports cannot be connected simulta- neously. Install 10BASE-T cable, line cable and telephone cable indoors to avoid lightning disasters.
  29. 29. Getting Started TR-650 components 11 TR-650 components LEDs: POWER Air vents COMPACT ROUT LAN TR-650 ER B1 POWE LAN R B2 B1 B2 D-ch D-ch TEL 1 TEL1 TEL 2 TEL2 LAN 1 LAN1 LAN LAN 2 3 LAN2 LAN 4 LAN3 LAN4 The front of the TR-650 LEDs and components To determine what each LED color indicates, see “LED Indicators” on page 227. POWER Displays the power supply status. Green means the power is on. No light means the power is off. LAN Displays the LAN interface status. B1 - B2 Displays the status of the B1, B2-channels on ISDN-U port. D-ch Displays the status of the D-channel on ISDN-U port. TEL1 - TEL2 Displays the status of the TEL ports. LAN1 - LAN4 Displays the 10BASE-T ports (1, 1X - 4X) status. Air vents These vents allow natural air flow to cool the com- ponents inside the TR-650. Do not set up the TR- 650 in such a way that these vents are blocked.
  30. 30. 12 Getting Started TR-650 components Connectors and controls SW TEL1 port TEL1 SW TEL2 port TEL2 ISDN-U ISDN-U port 10BASE-T POWER 1 10BASE-T ports: ON OR 1X 1 port POWER OFF 2X 1X - 4X ports 3X 4X BATTER Y IN Power supply cord BATTERY IN Frame ground The back of the TR-650 10BASE-T (LAN inter- These ports are used for connecting to a LAN. Four face) ports 10BASE-T ports are available (1 or 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X) and should be used as follows: 1: MDI port Connect the HUB (MDI-X port) to this port using the 10BASE-T cable (supplied). 1X - 4X: MDI-X ports Connect the computer to one of these ports when setting the parameters. Connect the computer or HUB (MDI port) using the 10BASE-T cable (supplied) for communications. NOTE: The 1 (MDI) and 1X (MDI-X) ports cannot be connected simultaneously.
  31. 31. Getting Started TR-650 components 13 TEL (TEL1 - TEL2) Used for connecting to analog devices. ports NOTE: A Pulse Dial Telephone won’t work with the TR-650. If your telephone has setting for either “tone” or “pulse,” choose the “tone” setting. ISDN-U Used for connecting the ISDN line. Connect the (WAN interface) port TR-650 using the line cable (supplied) to the wall jack provided by the telephone company. SW Used for automatic router IP address registration, forcibly breaking an ISDN connection, and restor- ing the default setup. POWER This switch turns the power on and off. Power supply cord Connect this cord to the power outlet. Frame ground Use this ground terminal if the TR-650 cannot be grounded using the power plug. BATTERY IN DO NOT USE. Do not connect an ordinary AC adaptor. NOTE: Install 10BASE-T cable, line cable and telephone cable indoors to avoid lightning disasters.
  32. 32. 14 Getting Started Determining the network design Determining the network design The TR-650 supports any of the following network designs: y ISP connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned). y ISP connection (ISDN: Static IP assigned). y Private Connection (ISDN). Use the following steps to select one of the network designs above: 1. Select one of the following functions for which you will be using the TR-650. Internet access via a line (ISDN). Connection of two TR-650s as a pair via a line (ISDN); building a private network. 2. Select the IP address assignment type specified by your ISP. To make a dial-up connection. To make dial-up connections Your ISP may assign one for multiple computers using IP address, which may be a block of static IP address different each time. assigned by the ISP. ISP Connection ISP Connection Private Connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned) (ISDN: Static IP assigned) (ISDN) Determining the network design
  33. 33. Getting Started Ordering ISDN services 15 Ordering ISDN services Before applying for ISDN services, consult with your telephone company to determine which services you need to obtain in order to use certain TR-650 features. There are two ways to order ISDN service. You can order ISDN service easily by using IOC if your telephone company supports EZ ISDN 1 , EZ ISDN 1A, EZ ISDN 3 or EZ ISDN 3A as the ISDN Ordering Code (IOC). If your telephone company does not support IOC, you need to find out what type of services they do support. If you use IOC, see “ISDN Ordering Code (IOC)” on page 16. If you are not using IOC, see “Custom Ordering” on page 18. NOTE: You can use IOC only when you have selected NI-1 (National ISDN-1) as the Switch type. NI-1 is preferred for use with the TR- 650. Find out the information you need to set up your TR-650 with your telephone company. For details on the information needed for setting up your TR-650, see “Information from Your Telephone Company” on page 19.
  34. 34. 16 Getting Started Ordering ISDN services ISDN Ordering Code (IOC) If you live in North America and your telephone company offers NIUF (North American ISDN User’s Forum) Capability Packages that apply to NI-1, you may request one of the following: y EZ ISDN 1 y EZ ISDN 1A y EZ ISDN 3 y EZ ISDN 3A NOTE: If your ISDN provider does not support the IOCs above, you can order Capability Package U or V in place of EZ ISDN 1 and 1A and order Capability Package U+A and V+A in place of EZ ISDN 3 and 3A.
  35. 35. Getting Started Ordering ISDN services 17 The following TR-650 functions are supported by IOC: TR-650 Functions Capability Package EZ ISDN EZ ISDN EZ ISDN EZ ISDN 1 1A 3 3A Call Waiting Yes Yes Yes Yes Three-Way Calling Yes Yes Yes Yes Drop Yes Yes Yes Yes Call Transfer Yes Yes Yes Yes Visual Message Waiting No Yes No Yes Indicator Call Forwarding Yes Yes Yes Yes Caller ID Yes Yes Yes Yes (Display & Authentication) Voice Call Priority Yes Yes Yes Yes X.25 packet communication No No Yes Yes
  36. 36. 18 Getting Started Ordering ISDN services Custom Ordering Select the TR-650 functions that you plan to use and then you order the services you will need directly from your telephone company. The following table shows the necessary service contracts to use TR-650 functions: TR-650 Functions Required Contracts Call Waiting Call Waiting (ACO, HOLD, Retrieve) Three-Way Calling Three-Way Calling (Flexible calling) Drop Drop (Flexible calling) Call Transfer Call Transfer (Flexible calling) Visual Message Waiting Indicator Message Waiting Call Forwarding Call Forwarding Variable Caller ID (Display & Authentication) Caller ID Voice Call Priority Additional Call Offering (ACO) X.25 packet communication X.25 packet communication NOTE: The telephone company's feature-ID buttons must match the feature-ID buttons set on your TR-650. Contact your telephone com- pany.
  37. 37. Getting Started Ordering ISDN services 19 Information from Your Telephone Company Obtain the information you need to set up your TR-650 with your telephone company. You will need the following information to set up your TR-650: NOTES: The SPID(s) and ISDN switch type can be detected using Auto Configuration without user setup. The Directory Number needs to be set to the TR-650 for Auto Configuration. The number of Directory Numbers (DNs) and Service Profile Identifi- ers (SPIDs) supplied by the service provider varies with the ISDN switch type. The TR-650 requires all the DNs and SPIDs that you obtained for configuration. If your telephone company supports Auto SPID and the ISDN switch type is NI-1 (National ISDN-1), you can search for SPIDs and Direc- tory Numbers without user settings by using AutoSPID. y Directory Number (the phone number of the ISDN line). y X.25 Address. y If assigned, the Service Profile Identifier (SPID). y If assigned, ISDN switch type. The ability to use two B-channels per Directory Number for data varies according to the switch type. Your switch type is one of the followings: y AT&T 5ESS/Custom Point to Point y AT&T 5ESS/Custom Multipoint y Northern Telecom DMS-100 Custom y NI-1 (National ISDN-1)
  38. 38. 20 Getting Started Ordering ISDN services The configuration options offered when you order your service depend on the ISDN switch type. Provider supplied ISDN switch type Configuration options information AT&T 5ESS/Custom Circuit Switched Data: 2 1 DN Point to Point 0 SPID AT&T 5ESS/Custom Multipoint Circuit Switched Data: 2 1 DN per Directory Number 1 SPID 2 DNs 2 SPIDs Northern Telecom Circuit Switched Data: 2 1 DN5 DMS-100 Custom per Directory Number 1 SPID5 2 DNs 2 SPIDs NI-1 (National ISDN-1) Circuit Switched Data: 2 1 DN per Directory Number 1 SPID 2 DNs 2 SPIDs 5In version PVC IC-0, only one channel can be used per Directory Number. Otherwise, 2DNs and 2SPIDs are required. NOTE: If only one Directory Number is assigned, only one voice call is available on the TR-650.
  39. 39. Getting Started Ordering Internet services 21 Ordering Internet services Before accessing the Internet, you must first establish service with an Internet Service Provider. Upon doing so, obtain the following information, which you need to use when configuring the TR-650: y IP Address Assignment Type (Dynamic IP Assigned or Static IP Assigned). y Login name (PPP account). y Password (CHAP or PAP authentication type). y DNS server address (if assigned). y The ISP’s ISDN phone number (access number). This is the telephone number you set up to have the TR-650 call. y Network address and Subnet Mask (if assigned). y Whether Multilink PPP function is supported. y Whether AO/DI is supported.
  40. 40. Chapter 2 Configuration procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Installing the TR-650 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Connecting the computer and the TR-650 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Setting up the computer for configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 How to log in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Setting the configuration parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Configuration examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Connecting the line and devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Setting up the computer for communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Testing the connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
  41. 41. Configuring Your TR-650 This chapter explains how to connect the TR-650, set up your com- puter, log in, set configuration parameters and test the connection. The following chart shows what you should do to install and config- ure the TR-650. If you are going to make a dial-up connection with ISP for only one PC by dynamic IP assigned, refer to the Quick Start Card. The Quick Start Card will assist you to configure your TR-650 more quickly and easily. Configuration procedure Install the TR-650. See “Installing the TR-650” on page 26. 23
  42. 42. 24 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration procedure Configure the TR-650. Connect the computer for configuration to the TR-650. See “Connecting the computer and the TR-650” on page 26. Set up the computer to log in to the TR-650 Service Menu. See “Setting up the computer for configuration” on page 27. How to set up the computer depends on the type of computer you are using. y If your computer is a PC, see “Setting up the PC” on page 28. y If your computer is a Macintosh with Open Transport installed, see “Setting up the Macintosh with Open Trans- port” on page 32. y If your computer is a Macintosh with MacTCP installed, see “Setting up the Macintosh with MacTCP” on page 33. Log into the TR-650 Service Menu from your computer. See “How to log in” on page 35. Configure the TR-650. See “Setting the configuration parameters” on page 38. To determine the parameter(s) you need, see “Configuration exam- ples” on page 42.
  43. 43. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration procedure 25 Connect the TR-650 to the network. Connect the line and devices, such as your computer(s) or HUB(s), to the TR- 650. See “Connecting the line and devices” on page 56. Set up the computer for data communication through the TR-650, which is connected to the network. See “Setting up the computer for communication” on page 57. How to set up the computer depends on the type of computer you are using. y If your computer is a PC, see “Setting up the PC” on page 59. y If your computer is a Macintosh with Open Transport installed, see “Setting up the Macintosh with Open Trans- port” on page 62. y If your computer is a Macintosh with MacTCP installed, see “Setting up the Macintosh with MacTCP” on page 64. Verify that your TR-650 is configured properly. Try a communication test to verify your TR-650 is configured properly, and the cables and lines are connected properly. See “Testing the connection” on page 67.
  44. 44. 26 Configuring Your TR-650 Installing the TR-650 Installing the TR-650 The TR-650 is installed in an upright position. When installing it, make sure the base is centered on the base-stand. COMPACT ROUT ER TR-650 POWE R LAN B1 B2 D-ch TEL 1 TEL 2 LAN 1 LAN 2 LAN 3 LAN 4 The TR-650 on the base-stand Connecting the computer and the TR-650 1 Connect the 10BASE-T cable (supplied) to one of the 10BASE- T (1X - 4X) ports on the TR-650. It will snap in place. 2 Connect the other end of the 10BASE-T cable to the computer. Connecting the TR-650 and the computer 3 Plug the TR-650’s power plug into the outlet.
  45. 45. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration 27 NOTE: If the TR-650 cannot be grounded using the power plug, con- nect the ground terminal (frame ground) to the ground in the build- ing. 4 Turn on the TR-650. The power-on self-test starts automatically. During the time the power-on self-test is running, the POWER LED on the front of the TR-650 glows orange. The power-on self-test is finished in about 20 seconds. If the power-on self-test ends successfully, the POWER LED light is green. If the POWER LED does not light green, try rebooting the TR-650. Setting up the computer for configuration Your computer must be set up properly before configuring your new TR-650. Note that the computer settings described in this section may be dif- ferent from the settings for the computer that are actually used to connect to the network. To configure the TR-650 without changing the computer’s IP address, see “Automatic router IP address registration” on page 97. How to set up the computer depends on the type of the computer you use: y A PC with the Windows operating system. y A Macintosh with Open Transport installed. y A Macintosh with MacTCP installed. If you have a Macintosh, see the Control Panels to determine which networking protocol (Open Transport or MacTCP) is installed.
  46. 46. 28 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration y If TCP/IP appears in the Control Panels, Open Transport is installed. y If MacTCP appears in the Control Panels, MacTCP is installed. Setting up the PC If your computer is a PC, complete the following steps to set up the PC: 1 Start your computer and Windows 95/98/NT. 2 Click Start, point to Settings and click Control Panel. The Control Panel opens. 3 Double-click the Network icon. The Network dialog box opens. Make sure the Configuration tab is displayed. If a TCP/IP network component is not dis- played, see “If TCP/IP is not installed” on page 30. The Network dialog box 4 Select the desired TCP/IP network component.
  47. 47. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration 29 5 Click Properties. The TCP/IP Properties dialog box opens. Make sure the IP Address tab is displayed. 6 Select Obtain an IP address automatically. The TCP/IP Properties dialog box TECHNICAL NOTE: You can also use the TR-650’s default IP address. To do so, select “Specify an IP address.” Enter 192.168.0.2 in the IP Address field; enter 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet Mask field. 7 Click OK to close the TCP/IP Properties dialog box. 8 Click OK to close the Network dialog box. 9 Reboot your PC.
  48. 48. 30 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration If TCP/IP is not installed If TCP/IP is not installed on your PC, complete the following steps. Before you start, make sure the Configuration tab is displayed on the Network dialog box. The Network dialog box 1 Click Add.... The Select Network Component Type dialog box opens. 2 Select Protocol as the network component type you wish to install. The Select Network Component Type dialog box 3 Click Add.... The Select Network Protocol dialog box opens.
  49. 49. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration 31 4 Select Microsoft under Manufacturers:; select TCP/IP under Network Protocols:. The Select Network Protocol dialog box 5 Click OK. You return to the Network dialog box.
  50. 50. 32 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration Setting up the Macintosh with Open Transport If your computer is a Macintosh with Open Transport installed, complete the following steps to set up the Macintosh: 1 Select Control Panels from the Apple menu; then TCP/IP. The TCP/IP dialog box opens. 2 In the Connect via: field, select the Ethernet option which your Macintosh uses to communicate with the network. 3 In the Configure: field, select Using DHCP Server. The TCP/IP dialog box TECHNICAL NOTE: You can also use the TR-650’s default IP address. To do so, select “Manually.” Type 192.168.0.2 in the IP Address: field and type 255.255.255.0 in the Subnet mask: field. 4 Close the TCP/IP dialog box. 5 Reboot your Macintosh.
  51. 51. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration 33 Setting up the Macintosh with MacTCP If your computer is a Macintosh with MacTCP installed, complete the following steps to set up the Macintosh: 1 Select Control Panels from the Apple menu; then MacTCP. The MacTCP dialog box opens. 2 Select the Ethernet option that your Macintosh uses to commu- nicate with the network. The MacTCP dialog box 3 Click More.... A dialog box opens. 4 In the Obtain Address: field, select Manually.
  52. 52. 34 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for configuration Obtaining the address manually 5 Click OK to close the dialog box. Make sure the MacTCP dialog box is still displayed. 6 Type 192.168.0.2 in the IP Address: field. The MacTCP dialog box
  53. 53. Configuring Your TR-650 How to log in 35 7 Close the MacTCP dialog box. 8 Reboot your Macintosh. How to log in To log in to the TR-650 Service Menu: 1 Open your browser. NOTES: Make sure the browser is configured so that connection via the proxy server is not used. Set the browser to “Images are captured.” 2 If this is your first time logging in, type 192.168.0.1 in the URL field. This is the default IP address of the LAN interface for the TR-650. Entering the IP address in the URL field NOTE: You can type tr650 in the URL field instead of the IP address if either of the following exist: y You select “Obtain an IP address automatically” in “Setting up the PC,” step 6. y You select “Using DHCP Server” in “Setting up the Macintosh with Open Transport,” step 3.
  54. 54. 36 Configuring Your TR-650 How to log in 3 Press Enter. The Username and Password Required dialog box appears. This may take several minutes. 4 Type admin in the User Name: field. If this is your first time logging in or you have not set a pass- word, type tr650 (TR-650’s default password) in the Password: field. Entering the User Name 5 Press Enter. The TR-650 Service Menu appears. This may take several sec- onds.
  55. 55. Configuring Your TR-650 How to log in 37 The TR-650 Service Menu NOTE: When you are using Windows NT, wait for all icons and but- tons to be displayed before clicking.
  56. 56. 38 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting the configuration parameters Setting the configuration parameters To set up the configuration parameters for the TR-650, use the Typ- ical Setup menu, which is accessed from the TR-650 Service Menu. When setting the configuration parameters, you must select one of the following network designs: y ISP Connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned) y ISP Connection (ISDN: Static IP assigned) y Private Connection (ISDN) To determine which network design you should use, see “Determin- ing the network design” on page 14. To set the parameters: 1 Select Typical in the TR-650 Service Menu. To access the TR-650 Service Menu, see “How to log in” on page 35. The Typical Setup menu (Step 1) displays. The Typical Setup menu (Step 1) screen 2 Select the desired network design. 3 Click NEXT STEP.
  57. 57. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting the configuration parameters 39 The setup menu (Step 2) for the selected network design appears. Typical Setup (Step 2) screen 4 Set the parameters by following the instructions displayed on the screen. For more information, click HELP on the screen. For examples of configurations for each network design, see “Configuration examples” on page 42. 5 Click NEXT STEP.
  58. 58. 40 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting the configuration parameters The setup menu (Step 3) for the selected network design appears. Typical Setup (Step 3) screen 6 Set the parameters by following the instructions displayed on the screen. For more information, click HELP on the screen. For examples of configurations for each network design, see “Configuration examples” on page 42. 7 Click NEXT STEP.
  59. 59. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting the configuration parameters 41 The Typical Setup (Step 4) screen appears. The settings dis- played in this screen are the parameters you can set in the Typi- cal Setup screen. The Typical Setup (Step 4) screen Verify that all parameters have been set correctly. NOTE: To change displayed parameters, click the one you want to modify.The setting screen appears. After changing the parameters, click the NEXT STEP buttons until the Typical Setup (Step 4) screen appears again. 8 Click Accept All Parameters and Reboot. The POWER LED light is green if the TR-650 reboots success- fully. CAUTION: If you turn the power off on the TR-650 without rebooting it, the parameter values you have set are cleared from memory. Do not turn the power off on the TR-650 while it is being rebooted.
  60. 60. 42 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples Configuration examples The Typical Setup allows you to select any of the following three network designs: y ISP Connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned) y ISP Connection (ISDN: Static IP assigned) y Private Connection (ISDN) To determine which network design you should use, see “Determin- ing the network design” on page 14. This section provides various configuration examples according to each network design.
  61. 61. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 43 ISP Connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned) This network design provides Internet connection via ISDN by accessing your ISP with the Dynamic IP assigned. You can make a dial-up connection. The ISP assigns an IP address, which may be different each time you connect. NAT (Network Address Translation) function (session mode) is enabled as default. For example, if a network contains the following conditions, config- ure it as described in the following tables. TR-650 ISP Connection (ISDN: Dynamic IP assigned) y Private IP addresses are assigned to the LAN. y DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server function is used. y DNS (Domain Name System) server address assignment is used. y AO/DI (Always on / Dynamic ISDN) function is used.
  62. 62. 44 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples Typical Setup (Step 2) Parameter Example Time Zone Time Zone GMT-05:00 (EST: Eastern Standard Time) LAN Interface IP Address 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 DHCP Server Function ;Enable DHCP Server Function Available IP Addresses (From) 192.168.0.2 Available IP Addresses (To) 192.168.0.10 WAN Interface Directory Number (including the area code). The number of Directory Numbers supplied by your telephone company depends on your ISDN switch type. If you obtained two Directory Numbers, you must set up both of them in the TR-650. Directory Number 555-555-5555 Optional (2nd) Directory Number 555-555-5556 X.25 Address 555-555-5557 Typical Setup (Step 3) Parameter Example Link Link Name Internet The Link Name is case sensitive. This means the uppercase letters are treated as different letters from their lowercase versions.
  63. 63. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 45 Internet Service Provider Remote ISDN Phone Number Include the long distance prefix and area code if this is a long distance call. 1st Number 456-7890 2nd Number 456-7891 Remote X.25 Address 456-7892 ISDN Speed For 1st Number 56 kbps For 2nd Number 56 kbps Login Name abc001 The Login Name is case sensitive. Password pass123 The Password is case sensitive. Auto DNS Server Address Assign- ;Enable Auto DNS Server Address ment Assignment Option AO/DI & MP Function AO/DI
  64. 64. 46 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples ISP Connection (ISDN: Static IP assigned) This network design provides Internet connection via ISDN by accessing your ISP with the Static IP assigned. You can make dial-up connections for as many computers as the number of IP addresses assigned by the ISP. For example, if a network contains the following conditions, config- ure it as described in the following tables. ISP Connection (ISDN: Static IP assigned) y Global IP addresses are assigned to the LAN. y DNS (Domain Name System) server address assignment is used. y MP (Multilink PPP) function is used.
  65. 65. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 47 Typical Setup (Step 2) Parameter Example Time Zone Time Zone GMT-05:00 (EST: Eastern Standard Time) LAN Interface IP Address 100.0.0.1 Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0 DHCP Server Function †Enable DHCP Server Function Available IP Addresses (From) Available IP Addresses (To) WAN Interface Directory Number (including the area code) The number of the Directory Numbers supplied by your telephone company depends on your ISDN switch type. If you obtained two Directory Numbers, you must set up both of them in the TR-650. Directory Number 333-333-3333 Optional (2nd) Directory Number 333-333-3334 X.25 Address Typical Setup (Step 3) Parameter Example Link Link Name Internet The Link Name is case sensitive. This means the uppercase letters are treated as different letters from their lower- case versions.
  66. 66. 48 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples Internet Service Provider Remote ISDN Phone Number Include the long distance prefix and area code if this is a long distance call. 1st Number 1-555-456-7890 2nd Number Remote X.25 Address ISDN Speed For 1st Number 64 kbps For 2nd Number Login Name abc001 The Login Name is case sensitive. Password pass123 The Password is case sensitive. Auto DNS Server Address Assign- ;Enable Auto DNS Server Address ment Assignment Option AO/DI & MP Function MP NAT (Network Address Translation) †Enable NAT (IP List Mode) Func- tion Network Address / Bit Mask
  67. 67. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 49 Private Connection (ISDN) This network design connects two TR-650s via ISDN. For example, if a network contains the following conditions, config- ure it as described in the following tables. Seattle New York Chicago Private Connection (ISDN) y CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol) is used as PPP authentication protocol. y MP (Multilink PPP) function is used.
  68. 68. 50 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples . New York connection: Typical Setup (Step 2) Parameter Example LAN Interface IP Address 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 DHCP Server Function †Enable DHCP Server Function Available IP Addresses (From) Available IP Addresses (To) WAN Interface Directory Number (include the area code) The number of the Directory Numbers supplied by your telephone company depends on your ISDN switch type. If you obtained two Directory Numbers, you must set up both of them in the TR-650. Directory Number 555-555-5555 Optional (2nd) Directory Number 555-555-5556 X.25 Address Typical Setup (Step 3) Parameter Example Link Link Name seattle chicago The Link Name is case sensitive. This means the uppercase letters are treated as different letters from their lowercase versions.
  69. 69. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 51 Peer Router Remote ISDN Phone Number Include the long distance prefix and area code if this is a long distance call. 1st Number 1-333-333-3333 1-111-111-1111 2nd Number Remote X.25 Address ISDN Speed For 1st Number 56 kbps 56 kbps For 2nd Number Static Route Network Address 192.168.10.0 192.168.20.0 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 PPP Authentication Login Name newyork newyork The Login Name is case sensitive. Password abcde vwxyz The Password is case sensitive. Authentication Protocol CHAP CHAP Peer Password The Peer Password is case sensitive. Option AO/DI & MP Function MP MP Data Compression †Enable Data †Enable Data Compression Compression
  70. 70. 52 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples Seattle connection: Typical Setup (Step 2) Parameter Example LAN Interface IP Address 192.168.10.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 DHCP Server Function †Enable DHCP Server Function Available IP Addresses (From) Available IP Addresses (To) WAN Interface Directory Number (including the area code) The number of the Directory Numbers supplied by your telephone company depends on your ISDN switch type. If you obtained two Directory Numbers, you must set up both of them in the TR-650. Directory Number 333-333-3333 Optional (2nd) Directory Number 333-333-3334 X.25 Address Typical Setup (Step 3) Parameter Example Link Link Name newyork The Link Name is case sensitive. This means the uppercase letters are treated as different letters from their lowercase versions.
  71. 71. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 53 Peer Router Remote ISDN Phone Number Include the long distance prefix and area code if this is a long distance call. 1nd Number 1-555-555-5555 2nd Number 1-555-555-5556 Remote X.25 Address ISDN Speed For 1st Number 56kbps For 2nd Number 56kbps Static Route Network Address 192.168.0.0 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 PPP Authentication Login Name seattle The Login Name is case sensitive. Password abcde The Password is case sensitive. Authentication Protocol CHAP Peer Password The Peer Password is case sensitive. Option AO/DI & MP Function MP Data Compression †Enable Data Compression
  72. 72. 54 Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples Chicago connection: Typical Setup (Step 2) Parameter Example LAN Interface IP Address 192.168.20.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 DHCP Server Function †Enable DHCP Server Function Available IP Addresses (From) Available IP Addresses (To) WAN Interface Directory Number (including the area code) The number of the Directory Numbers supplied by your telephone company depends on your ISDN switch type. If you obtained two Directory Numbers, you must set up both of them in the TR-650 Directory Number 111-111-1111 Optional (2nd) Directory Number 111-111-1112 X.25 Address Typical Setup (Step 3) Parameter Example Link Link Name newyork The Link Name is case sensitive. This means the uppercase letters are treated as different letters from their lowercase versions.
  73. 73. Configuring Your TR-650 Configuration examples 55 Peer Router Remote ISDN Phone Number Include the long distance prefix and area code if this is a long distance call. 1st Number 1-555-555-5555 2nd Number 1-555-555-5556 Remote X.25 Address ISDN Speed For 1st Number 56kbps For 2nd Number 56kbps Static Route Network Address 192.168.0.0 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 PPP Authentication Login Name chicago The Login Name is case sensitive. Password vwxyz The Password is case sensitive. Authentication Protocol CHAP Peer Password The Peer Password is case sensitive. Option AO/DI & MP Function MP Data Compression †Enable Data Compression
  74. 74. 56 Configuring Your TR-650 Connecting the line and devices Connecting the line and devices Before connecting the line and devices to the TR-650, turn off the TR-650. CAUTION: Make sure the parameters have been set. If you turn the TR-650 off without rebooting it, the parameters you set are cleared from memory. Connecting the computers and HUBs 1 Insert the end of the 10BASE-T cable (supplied) with RJ45 plug to the 10BASE-T port on the TR-650. 2 Connect the other end of the 10BASE-T cable with RJ45 plug to the computers and HUBs. Connecting the analog devices 1 Insert the end of the telephone cable (attached to the analog devices) to the TEL port on the TR-650. 2 Connect the other end of the telephone cable to the analog device, such as a telephone or facsimile. Connecting the line 1 Insert the end of the line cable (supplied) with RJ11 plug to the ISDN-U (WAN interface) port on the TR-650. 2 Connect the other end of the line cable with RJ45 plug to the wall jack. 3 Turn on the TR-650. The SPID and Switch Type are detected automatically.
  75. 75. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication 57 NOTE: When your telephone company supports Auto SPID, Direc- tory Numbers are also automatically detected. It takes about two minutes until the line is ready for use. The D- ch LED blinks orange, then glows green when the line is ready. Setting up the computer for communication The computers that will be connected to the network through the TR-650 must be set up properly before using them. Change the settings of your computer(s) according to the configura- tion of the TR-650 and the type of the network you use. The following figure shows what must be changed.
  76. 76. 58 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication PC Macintosh Macintosh (Open Transport) (MacTCP) TR-650 DHCP server function is: Configuration enabled disabled Auto DNS server address assignment is: enabled disabled IP address of LAN interface is: DNS server address(es) is/are: not changed changed set not set (192.168.0.1) (other than 192.168.0.1) Your network design is: ISP Private connection connection set an IP address set an IP address set an IP address IP address as is as is for the computer for the computer for the computer * * * set a subnet mask set a subnet mask set a subnet mask Subnet mask as is as is for the computer for the computer for the computer * * * Gateway set the IP address set the IP address set the IP address as is as is address of the TR-650 of the TR-650 of the TR-650 set the address(es) DNS server set the IP address not as is as is specified by your addres of the TR-650 necessary ISP * Set the IP address and subnet mask for the computer so that they have the same network address as the IP address and subnet mask of the TR-650. Computer settings
  77. 77. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication 59 How to set up the computer depends on the type of computer you use: y A PC with the Windows operating system y A Macintosh with Open Transport installed y A Macintosh with MacTCP installed Setting up the PC If your computer is a PC, complete the following steps: NOTE: You don’t have to set up all items below according to the con- figuration of the TR-650. See “Setting up the computer for communi- cation” on page 57. 1 Click Start, point to Settings and click Control Panel. The Control Panel opens. 2 Double-click the Network icon. The Network dialog box opens. Make sure the Configuration tab is displayed. 3 Select the desired TCP/IP network component. 4 Click Properties. The TCP/IP Properties dialog box opens. 5 Click IP Address tab. 6 Select Specify an IP address:.
  78. 78. 60 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication The TCP/IP Properties dialog box (IP Address tab) 7 Enter an IP address for your PC in the IP Address: field. 8 Enter a Subnet mask for your PC in the Subnet Mask: field. 9 Click Gateway tab. 10 Enter a Gateway address in the New gateway: field, and click Add.
  79. 79. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication 61 The TCP/IP Properties dialog box (Gateway tab) 11 Click DNS server tab. 12 Select Enable DNS:. The TCP/IP Properties dialog box (DNS Configuration tab)
  80. 80. 62 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication 13 Enter a host name in the Host: field, DNS server address in the DNS Server Search Order: field, and click Add. 14 Click OK to close the TCP/IP Properties dialog box. 15 Click OK to close the Network dialog box. 16 Reboot your PC. Setting up the Macintosh with Open Transport If your computer is a Macintosh with Open Transport installed, complete the following steps: NOTE: You don’t have to set up all of the following items according to the configuration of the TR-650. See “Setting up the computer for communication” on page 57. 1 Select Control Panels from the Apple menu; then TCP/IP. The TCP/IP dialog box opens. 2 In the Connect Via: field, select the Ethernet option which your Macintosh uses to communicate with the network. 3 In the Configure: field, select Manually.
  81. 81. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication 63 The TCP/IP (Internet Registration Server) dialog box 4 Enter an IP address for your Macintosh in the IP Address: field. 5 Enter a Subnet mask for your Macintosh in the Subnet mask: field. 6 Enter a Gateway address in the Router address: field. 7 Enter a DNS server address in the Name server addr.: field. 8 Reboot your Macintosh.
  82. 82. 64 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication Setting up the Macintosh with MacTCP If your computer is a Macintosh with MacTCP installed, complete the following steps: NOTE: You don’t have to set up all of the following items according to the configuration of the TR-650. See “Setting up the computer for communication” on page 57. 1 Select Control Panels from the Apple menu; then MacTCP. The MacTCP dialog box opens. 2 Select the Ethernet option which your Macintosh uses to com- municate with the network. The MacTCP dialog box 3 Click More.... A dialog box opens. 4 In the Obtain Address: field, select Manually.
  83. 83. Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication 65 Obtaining the Address Manually 5 In the IP Address: field, set a Subnet mask for your Macintosh. 6 In the Routing Information: field, enter a Gateway address in the Gateway Address: field. 7 In the Domain Name Server Information: field, enter a Domain name in the Domain field, and enter a DNS server address in the IP Address field. 8 Click OK to close the dialog box. Make sure the MacTCP dialog box is still displayed. 9 Enter an IP address for your Macintosh in the IP Address: field.
  84. 84. 66 Configuring Your TR-650 Setting up the computer for communication The MacTCP dialog box 10 Reboot your Macintosh.
  85. 85. Configuring Your TR-650 Testing the connection 67 Testing the connection To verify that your TR-650 is configured properly, run the commu- nication test with the specified target device using the test option. 1 Log in to the TR-650 Service Menu. See “How to log in” on page 35. 2 Click Test. The Test a Connection screen appears. The Test a Connection screen 3 Specify the target device with which to perform the connection test. You can select either: y checking TOSHIBA Home Page (www.toshiba.com), or y inputting the target device. You can input either the IP address or the host name of the target device. 4 Click TEST START to execute the test. The software monitors the progress of the test and displays the Display the Results screen when the test is complete.
  86. 86. 68 Configuring Your TR-650 Testing the connection The Display the Results: Test Succeeded screen It is assumed that the connection between your TR-650 and the tar- get device is normal. The Displays the Results: Test Failed screen Check the suggested causes and act on the possible solution(s) dis- played on the screen.
  87. 87. Configuring Your TR-650 Testing the connection 69

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