NuEra MP-202 User Manual

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Pages 208 Pages
Updated Sep 3, 2021
Category Adapter

Table of Contents

  • The TAC center maintains a support page on Nuera's web site: www.nuera.com/support

    12
  • Introducing the MP-202 Telephone Adapter

    13
  • Cabling the MP-202 Telephone Adapter

    15
  • Setting up a Network Connection

    17
  • Windows XP

    18
  • Windows 2000

    19
  • Logging In

    20
  • Configuring 'Quick Setup' Screen Parameters

    21
  • Figure 3-5: Internet Connection - Automatic IP Address Ethernet Connection

    22
  • Figure 3-7: Internet Connection - PPPoE

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  • Figure 3-8: Internet Connection - Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol

    24
  • Figure 3-10: Internet Connection - No Internet Connection

    25
  • Using the MP-202's Web Interface

    27
  • Figure 4-2: Host Information

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  • Managing Tables

    29
  • Configuring VoIP Parameters

    31
  • Configuring Signaling Protocol Parameters

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  • Figure 5-2: VoIP - Signaling Protocol - SIP Proxy and Registrar

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  • Table 5-2: VoIP - Signaling Protocol - SIP Proxy and Registrar

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  • Figure 5-3: VoIP - Signaling Protocol - SIP Proxy and Registrar

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  • Figure 5-4: VoIP - Signaling Protocol - SIP Outbound Proxy

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  • Configuring Dialing Parameters

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  • Table 5-7: VoIP - Dialing Parameters

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  • Configuring Media Streaming Parameters

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  • Figure 5-6: VoIP - Media Streaming - Advanced

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  • Configuring Codecs

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  • Packetization Time

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  • Configuring Services Parameters

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  • Figure 5-8: VoIP - Services - Basic

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  • Table 5-12: VoIP - Services

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  • Configuring Line Settings Screen

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  • Configuring Speed Dial Settings

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  • Figure 5-13: VoIP - Speed Dial Settings

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  • Figure 5-15: VoIP - Speed Dial Settings - Local Line

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  • Connecting the MP-202 to a VoIP Service Provider

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  • Figure 6-2: VoIP - Line Settings - Defining a New Line

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  • Making VoIP Calls

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  • Performing a Call Transfer

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  • Forwarding Calls to Another Phone

    55
  • Quality of Service (QoS)

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  • Figure 8-2: QoS - Edit Device Traffic Shaping

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  • Shaping Classes

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  • Figure 8-3: QoS - Edit Device Traffic Shaping - Add Class

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  • Table 8-2: Edit Class - Parameter Descriptions

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  • Class Rules

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  • Table 8-3: Add Traffic Priority Rule - Parameter Descriptions

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  • Traffic Priority

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  • Figure 8-6: QoS - Traffic Shaping

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  • DSCP Mapping

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  • Figure 8-8: QoS - DSCP Settings

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  • P Mapping

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  • Class Statistics

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  • Configuring Basic VoIP QoS

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  • Figure 8-12: QoS - Edit Device Traffic Shaping

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  • Figure 8-13: QoS - Edit Device Traffic Shaping - Submitting the Configuration

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  • WAN Settings

    73
  • General

    74
  • Internet Protocol Settings

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  • DNS Server

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  • Advanced Routing Properties

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  • WAN PPPoE

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  • PPP Authentication

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  • PPP Encryption

    80
  • PPP Compression

    81
  • Internet Protocol

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  • Figure 9-13: Internet Cable Modem Connection

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  • Figure 9-14: Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol

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  • Creating a PPTP VPN Connection with the Connection Wizard

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  • Figure 9-17: Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol Virtual Private Network (PPTP VPN)

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  • PPP Configuration

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  • Routing

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  • WAN L2TP

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  • Figure 9-20: VPN Client or Point-To-Point

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  • Figure 9-21: Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol over Internet Protocol Security (L2TP IPSec VPN)

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  • Creating an L2TP IPSec VPN Connection with the Connection Wizard

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  • Figure 9-23: VPN Client or Point-To-Point

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  • Figure 9-24: Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol over Internet Protocol Security (L2TP IPSec VPN)

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  • Table 9-9: General Settings

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  • Figure 9-26: PPP Compression

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  • Internet Connection Firewall

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  • VLAN and Bridge Settings

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  • Figure 10-2: Connection Summary

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  • Table 10-1: VLAN Interface - General Communication Parameters

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  • Figure 10-3: Internet Protocol Settings - No IP Address

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  • IP Address Distribution

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  • Figure 10-6: IP Address Distribution - DHCP Server

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  • Figure 10-7: IP Address Distribution - DHCP Relay

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  • Table 10-3: Routing Parameters

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  • Allow Unrestricted Administration

    107
  • Additional IP Addresses

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  • Figure 10-15: Example of Using VLAN - VLAN Interface Screen

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  • Figure 10-16: Verifying a New Interface on the WAN Side

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  • Figure 10-19: Routing - Advanced

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  • Figure 10-21: Route Settings

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  • Figure 10-23: Edit Advanced Filter

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  • Figure 10-24: Testing the Setup

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  • WAN-LAN Bridge

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  • Figure 10-27: Bridge Options

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  • Figure 10-28: Network Bridging

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  • Figure 10-30: Connection Summary - Configure Existing Bridge

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  • Bridge Settings

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  • Examples of Configuring VLANs in Bridge Mode

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  • Figure 10-33: Network Connections

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  • Figure 10-35: Network Bridging

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  • Figure 10-37: System Monitoring

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  • Example 2 - Configuring Tagged VoIP, Untagged Data Traffic

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  • Figure 10-39: WAN/LAN Bridge

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  • Figure 10-41: Bridge Section of the Screen

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  • Figure 10-44: Configuring WAN Ethernet

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  • Example 3 - Configuring VoIP and Data in the Same VLAN

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  • Figure 10-48: Configuring VoIP and Data in the Same VLAN

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  • Figure 10-50: No IP Address

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  • TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol

    131
  • Adapter

    132
  • Viewing, Changing TR-069 Parameters Using the CLI

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  • Table 11-1: TR-069 Parameter Descriptions

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  • Security

    137
  • General Security Level Settings

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  • Table 12-1: Behavior for the Three Security Levels

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  • Access Control

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  • Figure 12-4: Add Access Control Rule

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  • Port Forwarding

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  • Figure 12-5: Port Forwarding

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  • Figure 12-6: Add Port Forwarding Rule

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  • Figure 12-9: Add a Specific Schedule

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  • DMZ Host

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  • Port Triggering

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  • Figure 12-13: Port Triggering

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  • Figure 12-14: Adding Port Triggering Rules

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  • Figure 12-16: Edit Service Server Ports

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  • Website Restrictions

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  • Figure 12-20: Website Restrictions

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  • Figure 12-22: Add a Specific Host

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  • Advanced Filtering

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  • Figure 12-24: Advanced Filtering

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  • Figure 12-25: Add Advanced Filter

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  • Figure 12-26: Specify Source Address

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  • Security Log

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  • Figure 12-30: Security Log

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  • Figure 12-31: Security Log Settings

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  • Advanced Settings

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  • Remote Administration

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  • Figure 13-2: Remote Administration

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  • About the MP-202

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  • Figure 13-4: Contents of the Configuration File

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  • Restart

    171
  • Diagnostics

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  • Diagnosing Network Connectivity

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  • Performing a Traceroute

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  • Regional Settings

    175
  • System Settings

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  • Figure 13-11: System Settings

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  • SNMP

    179
  • Universal Plug and Play

    180
  • Firmware and Configuration Upgrade

    181
  • Upgrading From the Internet

    182
  • Remote Configuration Download

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  • Scheduler Rules

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  • Figure 13-18: Advanced - Scheduler Rules - Edit Scheduler Rule

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  • Date & Time

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  • Configuring Users

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  • Email Notification

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  • Managing Routing Table Rules

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  • Multicasting

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  • Network Objects

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  • Opening a Dynamic DNS Account

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  • Table 13-4: Dynamic DNS Parameter Descriptions

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  • DHCP Server Parameters

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  • Figure 13-27: Advanced - IP Address Distribution - DHCP Server

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  • Figure 13-28: DHCP Server Relay

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  • DHCP Relay Parameters

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  • DHCP Connections

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  • Viewing and Modifying the DNS Table

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  • Protocols

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  • Figure 13-35: Advanced - Protocols

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  • Figure 13-37: Advanced - Protocols - Edit Service - Server Ports

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  • System Monitoring

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  • Traffic

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  • System Up Time

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  • Voice over IP

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  • Software and Hardware Specifications

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  • Table 15-2: MP-202 Telephone Adapter Hardware Specifications

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