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    Copyright
    Copyright ©1999-2012 Technicolor. All rights reserved.
    Distribution and copying of this document, use and communication of its contents is not permitted without written authorization from
    Technicolor. The content of this document is furnished for informational use only, may be subject to change without notice, and should not
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    appear in this document.
    Technicolor Delivery Technologies Belgium NV
    Prins Boudewijnlaan, 47
    2650 Edegem
    Belgium
    http://www.technicolor.com

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    Document Information
    Status: v1.0 (April 2012)
    Reference: DMS-CTC-20101206-0033
    Short Title: Setup and User Guide MediaAccess TG789vn v3 R10.2.x



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    CONTENTS

    1 Getting Started ......................................................................................................... 3
    1.1 Features at a Glance ................................................................................................................................. 4
    1.2 User Scenarios ............................................................................................................................................5
    1.3 Components .............................................................................................................................................. 6
    1.3.1
    1.3.2
    1.3.3
    1.3.4
    1.3.5
    1.3.6

    Power ................................................................................................................................................................................7
    Local Network Connection........................................................................................................................................... 8
    Broadband Connection ................................................................................................................................................. 9
    Voice Connection ........................................................................................................................................................ 10
    Buttons............................................................................................................................................................................ 11
    Status LEDs ...................................................................................................................................................................12

    1.4 Preparing for the Installation................................................................................................................... 15

    2 Guided Installation................................................................................................... 17
    3 Manual Installation................................................................................................... 21
    3.1 Connecting the MediaAccess Gateway to your Service Provider’s Network ..................................22
    3.1.1 Setting up your MediaAccess Gateway as DSL Gateway.......................................................................................23
    3.1.2 Setting up your MediaAccess Gateway as Local Router ........................................................................................ 26

    3.2 Powering on the MediaAccess Gateway ..............................................................................................27
    3.3 Connecting Your Network Devices to the MediaAccess Gateway ................................................. 28
    3.3.1 Setting up a Wireless Connection.............................................................................................................................. 29
    3.3.2 Setting up a Wired Connection.................................................................................................................................. 30

    3.4 Configure the MediaAccess Gateway .................................................................................................. 31
    3.5 Setting Up the 3G Fall-Back WAN Connection..................................................................................32
    3.5.1 Managing your Mobile Connection with the MediaAccess Gateway GUI...........................................................33
    3.5.2 Inserting a Mobile USB Adapter ................................................................................................................................ 34

    4 Configuration Tools.................................................................................................35
    4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI ...................................................................................................................36
    4.1.1 Access.............................................................................................................................................................................37
    4.1.2 Components ................................................................................................................................................................. 38
    4.1.3 Protecting Access to the MediaAccess Gateway ....................................................................................................40

    4.2 Backing Up/Restoring your Configuration ...........................................................................................41
    4.3 Access From the Internet....................................................................................................................... 42

    5 The MediaAccess Gateway Wireless Access Point ............................................... 43
    5.1
    5.2
    5.3
    5.4

    Connecting Your Wireless Client via WPS ......................................................................................... 44
    Connecting Your Wireless Client without WPS ................................................................................. 46
    Connecting Your Wireless Client via QR Code................................................................................. 47
    Securing Your Wireless Connection..................................................................................................... 48

    6 Telephony.................................................................................................................51
    6.1 Setting Up Your Telephone Network ...................................................................................................52
    6.1.1 Connection to the Traditional Telephone Network ................................................................................................ 53
    6.1.2 Configuring the MediaAccess Gateway VoIP Service ........................................................................................... 54

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    6.2 Address Book........................................................................................................................................... 56
    6.3 Telephony Services................................................................................................................................. 58
    6.3.1 Activating a Telephony Service on your MediaAccess Gateway .......................................................................... 59
    6.3.2 Common Telephony Services ....................................................................................................................................60

    6.4 Viewing Call Logs ....................................................................................................................................63

    7 Saving Energy ......................................................................................................... 65
    7.1 Code of Conduct.................................................................................................................................... 66
    7.2 ECO Manager..........................................................................................................................................67
    7.3 Manually Switching Off Services to Reduce Power ........................................................................... 68

    8 Sharing Content...................................................................................................... 69
    8.1 The Network File Server ......................................................................................................................... 71
    8.2 The UPnP AV Media Server ................................................................................................................. 74
    8.2.1 Configuring the UPnP AV Media Server ................................................................................................................. 75
    8.2.2 Using the UPnP AV Media Server ............................................................................................................................ 76

    8.3 The FTP Server ........................................................................................................................................78
    8.4 Managing your Shared Content............................................................................................................ 80
    8.5 Safely Removing your USB Storage Device........................................................................................ 82

    9 Network Services .................................................................................................... 83
    9.1 UPnP......................................................................................................................................................... 84
    9.1.1
    9.1.2
    9.1.3
    9.1.4

    Accessing Your MediaAccess Gateway via UPnP .................................................................................................. 85
    Managing your Internet connection via UPnP ......................................................................................................... 86
    Configuring UPnP on the MediaAccess Gateway .................................................................................................. 88
    Installing UPnP on Windows XP ................................................................................................................................ 89

    9.2 Assigning a service (HTTP, FTP,...) to a Computer...........................................................................91
    9.3 Dynamic DNS ..........................................................................................................................................93
    9.4 Network Time Server.............................................................................................................................. 94

    10 Internet Security...................................................................................................... 97
    10.1 Parental Control ...................................................................................................................................... 98
    10.1.1 Configuring Content-based Filtering...................................................................................................................... 100
    10.1.2 Adding Rules for Address-Based Filtering...............................................................................................................101

    10.2 Firewall ....................................................................................................................................................103
    10.3 Access Control.......................................................................................................................................105
    10.4 Wireless Time Control..........................................................................................................................107

    11 Support...................................................................................................................109
    11.1 Setup Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................................... 110
    11.2 General MediaAccess Gateway Troubleshooting.............................................................................. 111
    11.3 Wired Connection Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................112
    11.4 Wireless Connection Troubleshooting.................................................................................................113

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    11.5 Voice over IP Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 114
    11.6 Content Sharing Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................... 115
    11.7 Reset to Factory Defaults ..................................................................................................................... 116

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    ABOUT THIS SETUP AND USER GUIDE

    About this Setup and User Guide
    In this Setup and User Guide
    The goal of this Setup and User Guide is to show you:


    Set up your MediaAccess Gateway and local network



    Configure and use the main features of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    For more advanced scenarios and features visit the documentation pages on www.technicolor.com.

    Used Symbols
    The danger symbol indicates that there may be a possibility of physical injury.
    The warning symbol indicates that there may be a possibility of equipment damage.
    The caution symbol indicates that there may be a possibility of service interruption.
    The note symbol indicates that the text provides additional information about a topic.

    Terminology
    Generally, the MediaAccess TG789vn v3 will be referred to as MediaAccess Gateway in this Setup and User Guide.

    Typographical Conventions
    Following typographical convention is used throughout this manual:


    This sample text indicates a hyperlink to a Web site.
    Example: For more information, visit us at www.technicolor.com.



    This sample text indicates an internal link.
    Example: If you want to know more about guide, see “About this Setup and User Guide” on page 1.



    This sample text indicates an important content-related word.
    Example: To enter the network, you must authenticate yourself.



    This sample text indicates a GUI element (commands on menus and buttons, dialog box elements, file names, paths and
    folders).
    Example: On the File menu, click Open to open a file.

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    1 GETTING STARTED

    1 Getting Started
    Introduction
    This chapter gives you a brief overview of the main features and components of the MediaAccess Gateway. After this
    chapter we will start with the installation.
    Do not connect any cables to the MediaAccess Gateway until instructed to do so.

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    1 GETTING STARTED

    1.1 Features at a Glance
    Introduction
    This section provides a brief overview of the main features of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    IPv6 Ready
    Your MediaAccess Gateway is IPv6 ready. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the next generation of Internet technologies
    aiming to effectively support the ever-expanding Internet usage and functionality, and also to address security concerns that
    exist in an IPv4 environment.

    Internet connection features


    Broadband Internet access via the integrated DSL modem.
    The first chapters describe how to connect your MediaAccess Gateway to the Internet.



    Broadband Internet access via the Gigabit WAN port.
    The first chapters describe how to connect your MediaAccess Gateway to the Internet.



    3G (Fall-back) High-speed Internet Access via the optional mobile USB adaptor.
    For more information, see “3.5 Setting Up the 3G Fall-Back WAN Connection” on page 32.



    Internet Security for your entire network.
    For more information, see “10 Internet Security” on page 97.



    Useful network tools like UPnP, Dynamic DNS and many more.
    For more information, see “9 Network Services” on page 83.

    Local networking features


    Wired access for your local network devices via the Ethernet interface.
    For more information, see “3.3 Connecting Your Network Devices to the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 28.



    Wireless access for your local network devices via the integrated IEEE 802.11n wireless access point.
    For more information, see “5 The MediaAccess Gateway Wireless Access Point” on page 43.



    An Integrated Media Server allowing you to share your media with media players and other network devices. For more
    information, see “8 Sharing Content” on page 69.

    Telephony features
    The MediaAccess Gateway offers Voice over IP (VoIP) connectivity for traditional phones and IP phones.
    For more information see “6 Telephony” on page 51

    ECO label
    Technicolor’s ECO label guarantees you that the MediaAccess Gateway is able to reduce its power consumption to an
    absolute minimum. For more information, see “7 Saving Energy” on page 65.

    MediaAccess Gateway configuration tools

    4



    The MediaAccess Gateway Setup CD allows you to configure your MediaAccess Gateway and helps you to connect
    your computers to the MediaAccess Gateway.



    The MediaAccess Gateway GUI allows you to configure your MediaAccess Gateway via your web browser.
    For more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.

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    1 GETTING STARTED

    1.2 User Scenarios
    Scenarios
    Depending of the architecture of your home network, you can use the MediaAccess Gateway in either of the following
    scenarios:


    DSL Gateway



    Local Router

    DSL Gateway
    The MediaAccess Gateway is connected to the DSL network of your service provider and brings the Internet to your home.

    Internet
    MediaAcces Gateway

    Local Router
    The MediaAccess Gateway is placed behind another gateway or modem. In this setup the gateway or modem in front of the
    MediaAccess Gateway will establish the connection to the Internet:

    Internet
    Modem/Router

    MediaAcces Gateway

    This scenario is used when:


    The Internet connectivity is provided by another device (for example, a cable modem). The MediaAccess Gateway is
    used to add specific services to your home network.



    Your service provider is using Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM).
    The Ethernet signal is directly coming into your home.



    Your service provider is using Ethernet To The Home (ETTH).
    MediaAccess Gateway is directly connected to the terminator of your service provider’s fiber-optic network and your
    local network

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    1.3 Components
    Overview
    This section provides an overview of the different components of the MediaAccess Gateway:

    Topic

    6

    Page

    1.3.1 Power

    7

    1.3.2 Local Network Connection

    8

    1.3.3 Broadband Connection

    9

    1.3.4 Voice Connection

    10

    1.3.5 Buttons

    11

    1.3.6 Status LEDs

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    1.3.1 Power
    Overview

    Power inlet
    The power inlet (

    ) allows you to connect the power supply.

    Only use the power supply delivered with your MediaAccess Gateway.

    Power switch
    The power switch (

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    1.3.2 Local Network Connection
    Overview

    Wireless Access Point
    The built-in WiFi-certified wireless access point provides wireless access to your WiFi-certified wireless clients.
    For more information, see “5 The MediaAccess Gateway Wireless Access Point” on page 43.

    Ethernet switch
    The Ethernet switch (
    ) allows you to connect an Ethernet device (for example, a computer) to your local network. For
    more information, see “3.3 Connecting Your Network Devices to the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 28.
    A LED may be provided per Ethernet port to indicate link integrity (or activity).

    LED Status

    Description

    Solid on

    Device connected.

    Blinking

    Device connected and sending/receiving data.

    Off

    No device connected.

    USB Port
    The USB port (


    ) can be used to:

    Connect a USB mass storage device to share your content (for example, music, movies,...):
     On your local network via the Network File server or the UPnP AV Media Server.
     On Internet via FTP.

    For more information, see “8 Sharing Content” on page 69.


    8

    Connect a 3G mobile adaptor to set up a 3G connection that can work as a backup for your main Internet connection.
    For more information, see “3.5 Setting Up the 3G Fall-Back WAN Connection” on page 32.

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    1.3.3 Broadband Connection
    Overview

    DSL
    WAN

    DSL port
    This port can be used to connect your MediaAccess Gateway to your service provider’s DSL network.
    For more information, see “3.1 Connecting the MediaAccess Gateway to your Service Provider’s Network” on page 22.

    WAN port
    This port allows you to use your MediaAccess Gateway as Local Router. For more information, see “1.2 User Scenarios” on
    page 5.

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    1.3.4 Voice Connection
    Overview

    PSTN

    Phone Port
    The Phone (
    ) port allows you to connect a traditional phone to your MediaAccess Gateway. This way you will be able to
    make phone calls over the Internet and save on communication costs, especially for long-distance calls.
    For more information, see “6.1 Setting Up Your Telephone Network” on page 52.

    PSTN Port (optional)
    The PSTN port allows you to connect the MediaAccess Gateway to the traditional telephone network, i.e. the Public
    Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). When the VoIP connection is not available, the MediaAccess Gateway will
    automatically switch from VoIP to the traditional telephone network.
    If your MediaAccess Gateway does not have a PSTN port, this means that:


    Your MediaAccess Gateways has an integrated filter
    The MediaAccess Gateway separates the phone signal from the signal coming from the DSL port. Your
    MediaAccess Gateway has an integrated filter if the product name printed on the label of your MediaAccess
    Gateway ends with “wIF” (with Integrated Filter). If this suffix is not present, then your MediaAccess Gateway
    does not have an integrated filter.

    - or Your MediaAccess Gateway is VoIP-only
    All calls passing through the MediaAccess Gateway will be done via VoIP.
    Be aware that, if you are not connected to the traditional telephone network, emergency calls will not be possible
    when your Internet connection is down or your MediaAccess Gateway is powered off.


    For more information, see “6.1.1 Connection to the Traditional Telephone Network” on page 53.

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    1.3.5 Buttons
    Overview

    Reset

    WPS button
    The WPS (
    ) button allows you to add new wireless clients to your network in a swift and easy way, without the need to
    enter any of your wireless settings manually.
    For more information, see “5.1 Connecting Your Wireless Client via WPS” on page 44.

    ECO button
    The ECO (
    ) button allows you to disable your wireless access point. You can do this when you do not have any devices
    that are connected to the wireless access point. This allows you to save the energy that the MediaAccess Gateway would be
    using for the wireless access point. For more information, see “ECO button” on page 68.

    Reset button
    The Reset button allows you to reset your MediaAccess Gateway to factory defaults.
    For more information, see “11.7 Reset to Factory Defaults” on page 116.

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    1.3.6 Status LEDs
    Introduction
    On the front panel of your MediaAccess Gateway, you can find a number of status LEDs, indicating the state of the device.
    Power
    Ethernet
    USB
    Wireless
    Voice
    Broadband
    Internet
    TV
    Upgrade
    WPS

    Power LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Power on, normal operation

    Blinking

    Bootloader active (during upgrade)

    Red

    Solid on

    Power on, self-test failed, indicating device malfunction

    Orange

    Solid on

    Bootloader selftest

    Blinking

    Bootloader active (during upgrade)

    Off

    The MediaAccess Gateway is powered off.

    Ethernet LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Network device connected to the Ethernet switch.

    Blinking

    Network device connected to the Ethernet switch and sending/receiving
    data.

    Off

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    USB LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Device(s) connected to the MediaAccess Gateway’s USB port

    Off

    No device connected to the MediaAccess Gateway’s USB port

    Wireless LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    No wireless activity, WPA2-PSK or WPA-PSK encryption

    Blinking

    Wireless activity, WPA2-PSK or WPA-PSK encryption

    Solid on

    No wireless activity, WEP encryption

    Blinking

    Wireless activity, WEP encryption

    Solid on

    No wireless activity, no security

    Blinking

    Wireless activity, no security

    Toggling

    Wireless client registration phase

    Orange

    Red

    Red/green
    Off

    Wireless access point disabled

    Broadband LED (if you are using the DSL Gateway scenario)
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    DSL line synchronised

    Blinking

    Trying to detect carrier signal or pending DSL line synchronisation

    Off

    MediaAccess Gateway powered off.

    Broadband LED (if you are using the Local Router scenario)
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Connected to the WAN device

    Off

    Not connected to the WAN device

    Internet LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Connected to the Internet, no activity

    Blinking

    Connected to the Internet, sending/receiving data

    Solid on

    Failed to setup the Internet connection

    Red
    Off

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    TV LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Set-Top Box (STB) connected to the MediaAccess Gateway

    Blinking

    Unknown STB connected to the MediaAccess Gateway

    Off

    No STB connected to the MediaAccess Gateway

    Phone LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid on

    Registered at your VoIP provider, no activity.

    Blinking

    Registered at your VoIP provider, activity.

    Off

    Not registered to your VoIP provider.

    Upgrade LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Blue

    Solid on

    Software upgrade ongoing

    Off

    No software upgrade ongoing
    Do not power off your MediaAccess Gateway or disconnect any cables as long as the Upgrade LED is on.
    Interrupting the upgrade procedure may damage your MediaAccess Gateway.

    WPS LED
    Colour

    State

    Description

    Green

    Solid On

    Client successfully registered via WPS

    Orange

    Blinking

    WPS registration ongoing

    Red

    Blinking

    Error occurred

    For more information about WPS, see “5.1 Connecting Your Wireless Client via WPS” on page 44.

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    1.4 Preparing for the Installation
    DSL service requirements
    This section is only applicable if you are using your MediaAccess Gateway as DSL gateway. For more information, see
    “1.2 User Scenarios” on page 5.
    Make sure that:


    Your service provider activated the DSL service on your telephone line by your service provider.



    You have the installation information (for example, user name, password, service profile,...) provided by your service
    provider at hand.

    Local connection requirements
    Wireless connection
    If you want to connect your computer using a wireless connection, your computer must be equipped with a WiFi-certified
    wireless client adapter.
    Wired connection
    If you want to connect a computer using a wired connection, your computer must be equipped with an Ethernet Network
    Interface Card (NIC).

    Start with the installation
    You are now ready to start with the installation of your MediaAccess Gateway.

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    2 GUIDED INSTALLATION

    2 Guided Installation
    Introduction
    In the guided installation, the Setup wizard on the Setup CD will assist you with the installation of your MediaAccess
    Gateway.
    If you do not want to use the Setup CD or if the Setup CD is not included in your package, follow the installation procedure
    described in “3 Manual Installation” on page 21.

    Requirements
    To use the guided installation you must comply with the following requirements:


    Your computer must run one of the following operating systems:
     Microsoft Windows 7 and higher
     Microsoft Windows 7 x64 and higher
     Microsoft Windows Vista and higher
     Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and higher
     Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
     Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)
     Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger)



    You must have administrative rights on your computer.

    If you do not comply with these requirements, use the “3 Manual Installation” on page 21.

    Running the Setup wizard
    To start the Setup wizard:
    1 Insert the Setup CD into your computer's CD- or DVD drive.
    2 If your computer runs:
     Microsoft Windows: The Setup CD starts automatically.

    If the Setup CD does not autostart, see “The Setup CD does not start automatically” on page 110.
     Mac OS X: Double-click Menu in the window with the content of the Setup CD.

    3 Select the language of your choice and click OK.
    4 The Setup wizard will now guide you through the installation of your MediaAccess Gateway.

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    2 GUIDED INSTALLATION

    5 At the end of the installation, the following screen appears:

    Select Go to the Technicolor Gateway web interface if you want to go to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI after closing
    the wizard. On the MediaAccess Gateway GUI, you can configure all services of your MediaAccess Gateway.
    6 Click Finish.
    7 The CD menu appears.

    CD Menu

    On the CD Menu, you can click:


    Initial Setup to connect your computer to the MediaAccess Gateway and configure your local network.



    Reconfigure my Technicolor Gateway to fully reconfigure your MediaAccess Gateway.
    If you reconfigure your MediaAccess Gateway via the CD menu, the MediaAccess Gateway will be reconfigured
    from scratch. All your current settings will be lost. If you only want to make small changes to your configuration
    (for example, changing the security), we recommended you to do this via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI. For
    more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.



    Setup my computer to connect your computer to the MediaAccess Gateway network.



    Documentation to view a list of the documentation that is available for your MediaAccess Gateway.



    Visit technicolor.com to visit the online support sections.
    Actual available items depend on the Setup CD delivered with your MediaAccess Gateway.

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    In case of problems
    If you encounter problems during this installation please refer to “11.1 Setup Troubleshooting” on page 110.

    Backup your configuration
    Once you successfully installed your MediaAccess Gateway, it is recommend to backup your configuration. This will allows
    you to return to this configuration when needed (for example, after misconfiguration).
    For more information, see “4.2 Backing Up/Restoring your Configuration” on page 41

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    3 MANUAL INSTALLATION

    3 Manual Installation
    Installation
    This chapter will help you to manually install your MediaAccess Gateway.

    Setting up your network
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Connect your MediaAccess Gateway to your service provider’s network.
    For more information, see “3.1 Connecting the MediaAccess Gateway to your Service Provider’s Network” on page 22.
    2 Power on the MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information, see “3.2 Powering on the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 27.
    3 Connect your computer to the MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information, see “3.3 Connecting Your Network Devices to the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 28.
    4 Configure your MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information, see “3.4 Configure the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 31.
    5 Connect your phones.
    For more information, see “6 Telephony” on page 51.
    6 Share your content or media on your local network, continue with “8 Sharing Content” on page 69.
    7 If you purchased the mobile USB adapter, setup the 3G backup connection.
    For more information, see “3.5 Setting Up the 3G Fall-Back WAN Connection” on page 32.
    8 Once you successfully installed your MediaAccess Gateway, it is recommend to backup your configuration. This will
    allows you to return to this configuration when needed (for example, after misconfiguration). For more information, see
    “4.2 Backing Up/Restoring your Configuration” on page 41.

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    3.1 Connecting the MediaAccess Gateway to your Service
    Provider’s Network
    Identifying your setup
    If you are using the MediaAccess Gateway as:


    DSL Gateway, continue with “3.1.1 Setting up your MediaAccess Gateway as DSL Gateway” on page 23.



    Local Router, continue with “3.1.2 Setting up your MediaAccess Gateway as Local Router” on page 26.

    For more information, see “1.2 User Scenarios” on page 5, you can use your MediaAccess Gateway in either of the following
    scenarios

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    3.1.1 Setting up your MediaAccess Gateway as DSL
    Gateway
    Introduction
    This section helps you to connect the MediaAccess Gateway to your service provider’s network.

    Signal arriving at your home
    The Line signal that arrives at your home consists the following components:


    A Phone signal carrying the traffic for telephony.
    This Phone signal is only used for communication over the traditional telephone network (PSTN). Voice over IP
    communication will be carried by the DSL signal.



    A DSL signal carrying the Internet traffic.

    DSL Gateways have a built-in solution to remove the Phone component. No additional devices are needed, you can
    connect them directly to the Line.
    Telephones do not have this capability, so here you have to use a filter or splitter to remove the DSL signal.

    What does a filter/splitter look like
    A splitter/filter is a box that typically has the following connectors:

    PHONE
    Service
    Provider

    Voice

    LINE

    DSL + Voice
    MODEM

    DSL + Voice

    Filter/Splitter



    A Line input
    This connector must be connected to the input signal that needs to be filtered.



    A Phone/PSTN output
    This connector offers filtered output signal. It only contains the Voice component and can only be used for connecting
    phones.



    A Modem/DSL output (optional)
    This connector offers unfiltered output. It contains both the Phone and DSL signal and can be used to connect your
    MediaAccess Gateway.

    Connecting the cables
    The procedure to be followed depends on the fact if this filter has been integrated into your MediaAccess Gateway or not.
    Check the label of your MediaAccess Gateway. If the product name contains:


    “wIF” (for example MediaAccess TG789vn v3 wIF) then your MediaAccess Gateway has an integrated filter. No external
    filters are needed. Follow the steps described in “Scenario 2: A MediaAccess Gateway without integrated filter” on page 24.



    No “wiF” (for example MediaAccess TG789vn v3) then your MediaAccess Gateway does not have an integrated filter.
    Follow the steps described in “Scenario 2: A MediaAccess Gateway without integrated filter” on page 24.

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    Scenario 1: A MediaAccess Gateway with integrated filter
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Take the DSL cable. This is the gray cable that is included in your box.
    2 Plug one end of the cable in the grey DSL port on the back of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    DSL

    3 Plug the other end of the cable:
     In the DSL/Modem output of your splitter/filter.
     Directly into the telephone wall outlet if there is no splitter/filter between the network terminator and your local

    phone network.

    Scenario 2: A MediaAccess Gateway without integrated filter
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Take the DSL cable. This is the grey cable that is included in your box.
    2 Plug one end of the cable in the grey DSL port on the back of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    DSL

    3 Plug the other end of the cable into the DSL/MODEM output port of your filter/splitter.

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    If your MediaAccess Gateway has a black PSTN port on the back, you are able to use the PSTN (this is the traditional
    telephone network) as a backup for your Voice over IP connection. When the VoIP connection is down, the MediaAccess
    Gateway will automatically switch back to the PSTN network.
    To setup this backup connection:
    1 Take a Telephone Cable
    2 Plug one end of the cable in the black PSTN port on the back of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    PSTN

    3 Plug the other end of the cable into the Phone output port of your filter/splitter.

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    3.1.2 Setting up your MediaAccess Gateway as Local
    Router
    Procedure
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Take an Ethernet cable. If your box contains an Ethernet cable with red connectors, you can use that cable.
    2 Plug one end of the cable in the red WAN port on the back of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    WAN

    3 Plug the other end of the cable into the Ethernet port of your Internet gateway/modem.
    The WAN port can only be used to connect your MediaAccess Gateway to an Internet gateway/modem. You can
    not use it to connect other devices (for example, a computer) to the MediaAccess Gateway.

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    3.2 Powering on the MediaAccess Gateway
    Procedure
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Connect the power cord to the power port of the MediaAccess Gateway.
    2 Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet.
    3 Press the power button to turn on the MediaAccess Gateway.
    4 Wait at least two minutes to allow the MediaAccess Gateway to complete the start up phase.

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    3.3 Connecting Your Network Devices to the MediaAccess
    Gateway
    Choose your connection method
    To connect your device via:

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    A wireless connection, continue with “3.3.1 Setting up a Wireless Connection” on page 29.



    A wired connection, continue with “3.3.2 Setting up a Wired Connection” on page 30.

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    3.3.1 Setting up a Wireless Connection
    The MediaAccess Gateway access point
    Your MediaAccess Gateway is equipped with a wireless access point that supports the following standards:


    IEEE 802.11n



    IEEE 802.11g



    IEEE 802.11b

    Requirements
    Your network device must be equipped with a WiFi-certified wireless client.

    Connection speed
    When setting up your wireless network, keep in mind that the following factors may have a negative impact on your wireless
    connection speed:


    The obstacles (walls, ceilings,...) between the wireless client and the access point.



    Distance between the wireless client and the access point.



    To fully benefit from the improved connection speed offered by the IEEE 802.11n standard, it is recommended to only
    connect IEEE 802.11n wireless clients to your MediaAccess Gateway. Connecting older (for example, IEEE 802.11g)
    wireless clients may also slow down connection speed of the IEEE 802.11n capable clients.

    If you have problems with your wireless performance, see “Poor Wireless Connectivity or Range” on page 113.

    To set up a wireless connections
    For more information on how to setup a wireless connection between your network device and your MediaAccess Gateway,
    see “5 The MediaAccess Gateway Wireless Access Point” on page 43.

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    3.3.2 Setting up a Wired Connection
    Requirements


    Both your network device (for example, a computer, a gaming console,...) and MediaAccess Gateway must have a free
    Ethernet port.



    Your network device must be configured to obtain an IP address automatically. This is the default setting.

    Ethernet cable
    In your package, you will find a cable with yellow connectors. This is the Ethernet cable.

    Procedure
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to one of the yellow Ethernet ports of your MediaAccess Gateway:

    You can not use the red WAN port to connect to the local Ethernet network. The WAN port can only be used to
    connect your MediaAccess Gateway to your broadband source.
    For more information, see “1.2 User Scenarios” on page 5.
    2 Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to your network device.
    The MediaAccess Gateway does not support Power over Ethernet (PoE). All network devices that are connected
    to the MediaAccess Gateway must be powered by their own power source.
    3 Your network device is now connected to your network. No additional configuration is needed unless specified by your
    service provider.

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    3.4 Configure the MediaAccess Gateway
    Introduction
    If your service provider did not preconfigure your MediaAccess Gateway, you may have to configure the MediaAccess
    Gateway via its Graphical User Interface (GUI).

    Requirements
    JavaScript must be enabled on your web browser (this is the default setting). For more information, consult the help of your
    web browser.

    Procedure
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Open your web browser.
    2 The MediaAccess Gateway informs you that you have not yet configured your MediaAccess Gateway.

    If this window does not appear, browse to http://dsldevice.lan or to the IP address of your MediaAccess Gateway (by
    default: 192.168.1.254) and click Technicolor Gateway on the menu on the left-hand side.
    3 Click Setup my Technicolor Gateway.
    4 The Easy Setup wizard appears. This wizard will guide you through the configuration of your MediaAccess Gateway.
    Click Next and follow the instructions.

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    3.5 Setting Up the 3G Fall-Back WAN Connection
    Introduction
    Many SOHO (Small Offices, Home Offices) and SME (Small/Medium Enterprises) businesses choose DSL as their access
    technology for a Wide Area Network (WAN) connection because this is typically cheaper than using leased lines. A dropout
    of a DSL line can however have expensive consequences due to inaccessibility of the Internet and E-mail. Therefore backup
    solutions are available that provide an alternative path when the DSL line is down.
    For example it is possible to switch to 2G / 3G mobile access technologies such as GPRS, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA,
    HSPA+, WIMAX and LTE when internet connectivity is not available via the main WAN connection. By plugging a mobile
    USB adapter into one of the USB ports of your MediaAccess Gateway, IP connectivity via a 2G / 3G network becomes
    possible.
    3G is an umbrella-term to indicate the third generation mobile telephony technology. The services associated with 3G
    provide the ability to transfer both voice data and non-voice data. 3G networks are the successors of the 2G networks, such
    as the GSM networks and provide new services and higher data transfer speeds.

    What do I need?
    To start using 2G / 3G as a connection on the MediaAccess Gateway, you need:


    A mobile USB adapter
    Only use the mobile USB adapters provided by your service provider.



    A registered Security Identity Module (SIM) card.

    Configure 2G / 3G as WAN connection
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Configure your mobile connection.
    For more information, see “3.5.1 Managing your Mobile Connection with the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 33.
    2 Insert your mobile USB adapter.
    For more information, see “3.5.2 Inserting a Mobile USB Adapter” on page 34.
    3 Now your mobile connection is up and ready to use.
    If you need to remove your mobile USB adapter, make sure the MediaAccess Gateway is powered off first.

    Result
    MediaAccess Gateway will automatically enable your 3G backup connection when both of the following conditions are met:


    The main Internet connection has been unavailable for at least 60 seconds.



    The MediaAccess Gateway received a request to access the Internet (for example, when browsing to an Internet web
    site).

    The MediaAccess Gateway will automatically disable the 3G connection in either of the following cases:

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    The main Internet connection is available again. In this case the MediaAccess Gateway switches back to the main Internet
    connection.



    No Internet traffic has been detected during the last 10 seconds. For example, you finished surfing the Internet.

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    3.5.1 Managing your Mobile Connection with the
    MediaAccess Gateway GUI
    Introduction
    You can view and manage the parameters of your mobile connection via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.

    Procedure
    To manage your mobile USB connection via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “4.1.1 Access” on page 37.
    2 On the Broadband Connection menu, click Internet Services.
    3 Click View more... for the mobile USB connection. The Overview page of the mobile USB connection is shown.
    4 In the location bar, click Configure. The Configure page of the mobile connection appears.

    5 Under Mobile Information, update the following fields if necessary:
     APN:

    The public APN used to access the Internet, or the private APN to access a local network.
     Operator Mode:

    2G / 3G / automatic (let the MediaAccess Gateway choose the best operator mode)
     Pin:

    The PIN code of your SIM card.
    6 Click Apply to apply your configuration changes.
    Configuration changes via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI are automatically saved.

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    3.5.2 Inserting a Mobile USB Adapter
    Procedure
    Once the mobile connection is configured you can proceed as follows to insert the mobile USB adapter:
    1 Power off the MediaAccess Gateway.
    If you do not power off the MediaAccess Gateway first, the mobile USB adapter will not be detected.
    2 Insert your SIM card into the mobile USB adapter.
    3 Plug the mobile USB adapter in (one of) the USB port(s) of your MediaAccess Gateway:

    4 Power on the MediaAccess Gateway.

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    4 Configuration Tools
    Configuration Tools
    You can use the following tools to configure your MediaAccess Gateway:


    The MediaAccess Gateway Setup CD allows you to configure your MediaAccess Gateway and helps you to connect
    your computers to the MediaAccess Gateway. For more information, see “2 Guided Installation” on page 17.



    The MediaAccess Gateway GUI allows you to configure your MediaAccess Gateway via your web browser.
    For more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.

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    4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway Graphical User Interface (GUI) allows you to configure your MediaAccess Gateway using your
    web browser.

    Requirements
    JavaScript must be enabled on your browser (this is the default setting). For more information, consult the help of your web
    browser.

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    4.1.1 Access
    Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Open your web browser.
    2 Browse to http://dsldevice.lan or to the IP address of your MediaAccess Gateway (by default: 192.168.1.254).
    3 If you have protected your MediaAccess Gateway with a user name and password, the MediaAccess Gateway will
    prompt you to enter these. Enter your user name and password and click OK.
    For more information, see “4.1.3 Protecting Access to the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 40.
    4 The MediaAccess Gateway GUI appears.

    Access the MediaAccess Gateway via UPnP
    You can also access the MediaAccess Gateway GUI using the Internet Gateway Device (IGD) icon if your computer runs
    one of the following operating systems:


    Microsoft Windows 7



    Microsoft Windows Vista



    Microsoft Windows XP

    For more information, see “9.1 UPnP” on page 84.

    Remote access
    It is also possible to access the MediaAccess Gateway GUI from the Internet. For more information, see “4.3 Access From
    the Internet” on page 42.

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    4.1.2 Components
    Overview
    Depending on your user right and location on the GUI, the following components can be available:
    3
    2
    4
    5

    1

    6

    7

    Label

    Description

    1

    Menu

    2

    Login section

    3

    Language bar

    4

    Notification area

    5

    Navigation bar

    6

    Content pane

    7

    Tasks pane

    Menu
    The menu consists of the following menu items:


    Home:
    Allows you to go back to the MediaAccess Gateway home page.



    Technicolor Gateway:
    Provides basic information on the MediaAccess Gateway.



    Broadband Connection:
    Allows you to view/configure your broadband connections.



    Toolbox:
    Allows you to configure the network services and security settings of your MediaAccess Gateway.



    Home Network:
    Allows you to manage your local network.



    Help:
    Allows you to view context-related help information.

    Each of these items contain a number of sub-menu items.

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    Login section
    In the login section you can see the current user name.
    By clicking the user name, you can:


    Change your password.



    Switch to another user.

    Language bar
    If more than one GUI language is available, a language bar is showed. This language bar allows you to change the language
    of the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.

    Notification area
    The notification area displays:


    Error messages, indicated by a red traffic light.



    Warning messages, indicated by an orange traffic light.



    Information messages, indicated by a green traffic light.
    If none of these events occur, the notification is not shown.

    Navigation bar
    The Navigation bar displays your current position in the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    Some page are available in different configuration levels. These pages have additional links (for example, Overview,
    Configure) in the right part of the navigation bar that allow you to switch between the configuration levels.

    Content pane
    The content pane displays the information and configurable items of the selected item.

    Tasks pane
    To allow a quick configuration of your MediaAccess Gateway, some pages may offer you a number of related tasks in the
    Pick a task list. These tasks will guide you to the page where you can perform the selected task.

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    4.1.3 Protecting Access to the MediaAccess Gateway
    Introduction
    To prevent that every user on your local network can access the MediaAccess Gateway, the MediaAccess Gateway is
    secured with a user name and password.

    Default user name
    The default user name is Administrator.

    Default password
    The default password is either blank or the ACCESS KEY printed on the label of your MediaAccess Gateway. This
    depends on the settings chosen by your Service Provider.
    It is recommended to change the default password settings.
    Choose a password that your can easily remember or write it down. If you forget your password the only option is to
    reset your MediaAccess Gateway. For more information, see “11.7 Reset to Factory Defaults” on page 116.

    Protected items
    The following items are protected by these is will secure access to:


    The MediaAccess Gateway GUI.



    The embedded FTP Server.
    for more information, see “8.3 The FTP Server” on page 78.

    How to change your password
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Toolbox menu, click User Management.
    2 In the Pick a task list, click Change my password.
    3 Enter your new password and click OK.
    4 Your new password is now active. The next time that you log on to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI you will have to enter
    this password.
    This password will also be used by the network file server and FTP server.
    For more information about the network file server and FTP server, see “8 Sharing Content” on page 69

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    4.2 Backing Up/Restoring your Configuration
    Introduction
    Once you have configured your MediaAccess Gateway to your needs, it is recommended to backup your configuration for
    later use. This way you can always return to your working configuration in case of problems.

    Backing up your configuration
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Technicolor Gateway menu, click Configuration.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Save or Restore Configuration.
    4 Under Backup current configuration, click Backup Configuration Now.
    5 The MediaAccess Gateway prompts you to save your backup file.
    6 Save your file to a location of your choice.
    Do not edit the backup files, this may result in corrupt files making them worthless as configuration backup.

    Restoring your configuration
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Technicolor Gateway menu, click Configuration.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Save or Restore Configuration.
    4 Under Restore saved configuration, click Browse and open your backup file.
    Backup files usually have.ini as extension.
    5 The MediaAccess Gateway restores your configuration.

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    4.3 Access From the Internet
    Modes
    To access your MediaAccess Gateway from the Internet, you can choose between two modes:


    Permanent Mode (Remote Access):
    The remote session ends when you disable remote assistance or after restarting your MediaAccess Gateway.



    Temporary Mode (Remote Assistance):
    The remote session ends when you disable remote assistance, after restarting your MediaAccess Gateway or after 20
    minutes of inactivity.

    To enable Remote Assistance / Remote Access.
    Enabling remote assistance is only possible when you are connected to the Internet.
    To enable remote assistance/access:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 Complete and check the following parameters:
     Mode:

    Select the mode that you want to use.
     URL:

    Contains the URL that must be used to access the MediaAccess Gateway from the Internet.
     User name and Password:

    Contains the user name and password are needed to access your MediaAccess Gateway remotely. If wanted you can
    change the automatically generated password in the Password box.
    3 Click Enable Remote Assistance.

    Accessing your MediaAccess Gateway from the Internet
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Open your web browser.
    2 Type the URL that was listed in the URL field on the Remote Assistance page (for example https://141.11.249.150:51003).
    You can replace the IP address in this URL by the dynamic DNS host name if you enabled and configured
    Dynamic DNS. For more information, see Dynamic DNS.
    Example: https://141.11.249.150:51003 can be replaced by https://mygateway.dyndns.org:51003.
    3 Enter the user name and password that you specified on the Remote Assistance page.
    4 The MediaAccess Gateway GUI appears.
    It is now possible for a remote user to access your MediaAccess Gateway via the specified URL using the provided user
    name and password.

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    5 The MediaAccess Gateway Wireless Access Point
    Introduction
    This section will help you set up your wireless network.

    What you need to set up a wireless network
    To set up a wireless network, you need the following components:


    A Wireless Access Point (already integrated into your MediaAccess Gateway)



    A Wireless client the device that you want to connect (for example, a computer, smartphone, network printer,...)

    Wireless Access Point
    The wireless access point is the heart of your wireless network. The wireless access point:


    Connects different wireless devices.



    Secures the data sent over wireless connection.

    The MediaAccess Gateway comes with an integrated wireless access point.

    Wireless client
    The wireless client allows you to connect a device, typically a computer, to a wireless access point. Both built-in and external
    (for example via USB) clients are available.
    Devices like media players and smartphones may also have a built-in wireless client. Check the documentation of
    your device for more information.
    Check the documentation of your computer if you are not sure if your computer is equipped with a wireless client.

    Configuring your wireless clients
    For more information on how to establish a wireless connection to the MediaAccess Gateway, see:


    “5.1 Connecting Your Wireless Client via WPS” on page 44



    “5.2 Connecting Your Wireless Client without WPS” on page 46



    “5.3 Connecting Your Wireless Client via QR Code” on page 47

    Secure your wireless connection!
    When using an unsecured connection, everyone who is within the range of your MediaAccess Gateway can access your
    network. If not:


    People may use your connection to access the Internet.



    Hackers may use your connection to commit computer crimes.

    You can easily prevent this by securing your wireless access point. For more information, see “5.4 Securing Your Wireless
    Connection” on page 48.

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    5.1 Connecting Your Wireless Client via WPS
    WPS
    Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) allows you to add new wireless clients to your local network in a swift and easy way, without
    the need to enter any of your wireless settings (network name, wireless key, encryption type).

    Requirements


    Your wireless client must support WPS. Check the documentation of your wireless client for this.
    Both Windows 7 and Windows Vista Service Pack 1 have native WPS support.



    Your MediaAccess Gateway must use WPA(2)-PSK encryption (default encryption) or no encryption. WPS with WEP
    encryption is not possible.

    WPS Methods
    The following WPS methods are supported by your MediaAccess Gateway:


    Push Button Configuration (PBC):
    You have to put both your Wireless USB Adaptor and access point in registration mode.



    PIN code entry:
    You have to enter a PIN code on the Wireless Configuration Utility.

    Procedure for PBC
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Shortly press the WPS button on the MediaAccess Gateway:

    2 The WPS button LED starts blinking orange. This indicates that the MediaAccess Gateway is now searching for wireless
    clients that are in registration mode. You now have two minutes to start WPS on your wireless client.
    3 Start WPS on your wireless client.
    4 The MediaAccess Gateway is now exchanging the security settings.
    5 At the end of the procedure the status of the WPS LED will change to either of the following:
     Solid green

    This indicates that you have successfully registered your wireless client. You are now connected to the MediaAccess
    Gateway network.

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     Blinking red

    This indicates that the MediaAccess Gateway could not find your wireless client. Use the same procedure to try again
    (you do not need to wait until the LED turns off).

    Procedure for PIN code entry
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Check the label on your MediaAccess Gateway and write down the following information:
     The PIN code that is printed next to the WPS logo.
    1234-5678

     The Network Name.

    This is the default network name (SSID). If you already configured a new network name, write down the new one.
    2 Go the WPS PIN code page of your wireless client.
    3 Enter the PIN code,
    Do not include the hyphen when entering the PIN code. For example, if your PIN code is 1234-5678, then enter
    12345678.
    4 Your wireless client may prompt you to select your access point. If this is the case, select the access point with the network
    name that you wrote down.

    Troubleshooting
    If you are having trouble connecting your wireless client via WPS, this may be cause by one of the following reasons:


    WPS can not be correctly executed:
    Configure your wireless manually. For more information, see “5.2 Connecting Your Wireless Client without WPS” on
    page 46.



    Your wireless client is out of range:
    If possible move your wireless client closer to your MediaAccess Gateway or use a wireless repeater to extend the range
    of your wireless network.



    Another device is interfering on the selected wireless channel:
    Change the wireless channel of your MediaAccess Gateway. For more information, see “Change the wireless channel” on
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    5.2 Connecting Your Wireless Client without WPS
    Before you start
    Before you can connect a wireless client (for example, a computer) to your wireless network you need to know the wireless
    settings that are currently used by the MediaAccess Gateway, i.e.:


    The Network Name (SSID)



    The wireless key

    What Network Name (SSID) is my MediaAccess Gateway using?
    If you did not change the SSID, your MediaAccess Gateway uses the Network Name that is printed on the back panel label
    of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    What wireless key is my MediaAccess Gateway using?
    If you did not change the security settings, no wireless key is used.
    If your service provider did choose to use a default wireless key, use the Wireless Key that is printed on the bottom
    panel label of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    Forgot your wireless key?
    If you have changed the wireless settings manually and you can’t remember your settings, try one of the following:
    1 Use a computer that is already connected to your network.
    If none of your computers is connected yet, connect one with an Ethernet cable. For more information, see
    “3.3.2 Setting up a Wired Connection” on page 30.
    2 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    3 On the Home Network menu, click Wireless.
    4 In the upper-right corner, click Details.
    5 Under:
     Configuration, you can find the network name (SSID).
     Security, you can find the encryption.

    Connecting your wireless client
    Configure your wireless client with the same wireless settings as your MediaAccess Gateway (network name and wireless
    key). For more information, consult the documentation of your wireless client.

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    5.3 Connecting Your Wireless Client via QR Code
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway allows you to generate a Quick Response (QR) code that contains all wireless settings that are
    needed to connect. You are then able to connect to the wireless network by scanning the generated code.

    Target devices
    This connection method is typically used for tablet computers and smartphones.

    Requirements
    Your wireless device must have:


    A camera to scan the code.



    An application (app) to interpret the QR code and connect to a wireless network.
    For example: if you are using Android on your device, you could download Bar Code Scanner from Google Play.

    Procedure
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 Under Home Network, click Wireless.

    3 Under Pick a Task, click Generate QR code image.
    4 The wireless QR code appears.

    You can now:
     Scan the code directly from your screen.
     Print this page and scan the code from the paper version.

    5 Your QR code app shows you the wireless settings used by your MediaAccess Gateway and offers you to connect to its
    wireless network. Connect to the network.

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    5.4 Securing Your Wireless Connection
    Introduction
    You can protect the wireless communication between the wireless clients and your MediaAccess Gateway with a wireless key.
    This means that:


    Only clients which use the correct Network Name (SSID) and wireless key can connect to your network.



    All data passing through your wireless access point is secured and encrypted.

    Encryption types
    Over the years a number of encryption types have been developed. The list below gives you an overview of the supported
    encryption types ordered by descending security level; you will find the highest level of security at the top of the list:


    WPA-PSK Encryption:
    The wireless connection is secured with a pre-shared key that has been defined by the user. Wireless clients must be
    configured with this key before they can connect to the MediaAccess Gateway. The MediaAccess Gateway supports the
    following WPA-PSK versions (ordered by descending security):
     WPA2-PSK:

    The most recent and most secure version of WPA-PSK. Choose this version if you are sure that all your wireless clients
    support WPA2-PSK.
     WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK:

    This is a mixed mode. In this mode WPA2-PSK, is the preferred encryption type but wireless clients do not support
    WPA2-PSK, can still use WPA-PSK as encryption type. Choose this option if not all of your wireless clients support
    WPA2-PSK or if you are not sure. Wireless clients that support WPA2-PSK will use WPA2-PSK, the others will use
    WPA-PSK.
     WPA-PSK:

    The first version of WPA-PSK. Choose this option if you are sure that none of your wireless clients support
    WPA2-PSK.
    If you want to configure WPA2-PSK on the built-in wireless utility of Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), you first
    have to:


    Upgrade your Windows XP to Service Pack 3.

    - or 


    Install the following update: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917021.

    WEP Encryption:
    The least safe encryption type used for wireless connections. Like WPA-PSK it uses a user-defined key, but WEP has
    been proven to have security issues.
    Although the MediaAccess Gateway allows you to use WEP or no security, we strongly advise against using one
    of them! Use WPA(2)-PSK instead.

    Configuration
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 Under Home Network, click Wireless.

    3 The Wireless Access Point page appears. In the upper-right corner, click Configure.

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    4 In the Security Mode list, select one of the following modes:
     WPA-PSK
     WPA2-PSK
     WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK

    For more information, see “Encryption types” on page 48.
    5 In the WPA-PSK Encryption Key box, type a the key of your choice. The key must be in one of the following formats:
     8 to 63 alphanumeric characters. For example: MyKey123
     8 to 64 hexadecimal characters (characters from 0 to 9 and from A to F). For example: C54F48A5.

    6 Click Apply.
    7 Reconnect your wireless client(s) to the MediaAccess Gateway using these new security settings.
    For more information, see “5.1 Connecting Your Wireless Client via WPS” on page 44 or “5.2 Connecting Your Wireless
    Client without WPS” on page 46.

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    6 Telephony
    Voice over IP (VoIP)
    VoIP is a technology in which telephone calls are made over the Internet. This allows you to save on communication costs,
    especially for long-distance calls.

    The expensive solution
    To be able to make your phone calls over the Internet you could either:


    Buy an IP phone.
    These IP phones are special phones that you can connect to your Internet Gateway.



    Install VoIP software on your computer and make your phone calls via your computer.

    The Technicolor solution
    With the MediaAccess Gateway you can make both VoIP and traditional telephone calls using a traditional analogue phone.
    If your MediaAccess Gateway is not powered, the traditional telephone network (if connected) will automatically selected.
    This way you are still able to make emergency calls.

    In this chapter
    This chapter covers following topics:

    Topic

    Page

    6.1 Setting Up Your Telephone Network

    52

    6.2 Address Book

    56

    6.3 Telephony Services

    58

    6.4 Viewing Call Logs

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    6.1 Setting Up Your Telephone Network
    Procedure
    To set up your telephone network, follow these steps:
    1 Connect your traditional phone(s), DECT base station or fax to the green Phone port(s) on the back panel of your
    MediaAccess Gateway.
    2 Connect your MediaAccess Gateway to the traditional network.
    For more information, see “6.1.1 Connection to the Traditional Telephone Network” on page 53.
    3 Configure the VoIP service on your MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information, see “6.1.2 Configuring the MediaAccess Gateway VoIP Service” on page 54.

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    6.1.1 Connection to the Traditional Telephone Network
    Combining VoIP with the traditional telephone network
    Some service providers use the traditional telephone network (PSTN) as a backup solution for your VoIP connection. This
    way, you can still make calls over the traditional network if the VoIP service is down (for example, your MediaAccess
    Gateway is powered off).
    Be aware that, if you are not connected to the traditional telephone network, emergency calls will not be possible
    when your Internet connection is down or your MediaAccess Gateway is powered off.

    Applicability
    If your MediaAccess Gateway:


    Has an integrated filter, no additional connections are needed.
    The DSL port must be directly connected to your telephone outlet. Do not put any filter or splitter between them!
    How do I know if my MediaAccess Gateway has an integrated filter?
    Check if the product name printed on the label of your MediaAccess Gateway ends with “wIF” (with
    Integrated Filter). If this suffix is not present, then your MediaAccess Gateway does not have an
    integrated filter.



    Does not have an integrated filter, check if your MediaAccess Gateway has a PSTN port on the back panel (for more
    information, see “PSTN Port (optional)” on page 10). If your MediaAccess Gateway has:
     A PSTN port:

    Connect the PSTN port to the Phone output of your filter or splitter.
     No PSTN port, no connections are needed.

    This is a VoIP-only variant. All calls passing through the MediaAccess Gateway will be done via VoIP.

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    6.1.2 Configuring the MediaAccess Gateway VoIP Service
    Introduction
    If your VoIP service has not been configured yet, follow the instructions in this section.

    How can I check if the VoIP service has already been configured?
    If the Phone LED is:


    Solid or blinking green then the VoIP service is configured correctly. No configuration is needed.



    Off then telephony service is not configured (yet). Follow the instructions below.

    Requirements
    Your Internet connection must be up and running before you can configure Internet telephony.

    Configuring the VoIP settings
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Enter the proxy and registrar settings.
    2 Enter your VoIP account settings.

    Enter the proxy and registrar settings
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Telephony.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Expert configure.
    4 Complete the following fields based on the settings provided by your VoIP provider:
     Proxy:

    Type the URL (for example: sip.provider.com) or IP address of the proxy.
     Registrar:

    Type the URL (for example: sip.provider.com) or IP address of the registrar.
     Registrar Port and Proxy Port.

    In most cases the default port (5060) will be used. Only change these values if your provider is using other port
    numbers.
    5 Click Apply.

    Enter your VoIP account settings
    Proceed as follows:
    1 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    2 Under Service Configuration, select Enable Telephony.
    3 Under Telephone Numbers, complete the following fields:
     SIP URI:

    The Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) of your SIP account (for example: 035051979, john.doe,...). This is the
    telephone number that people have to dial to call you.
     Username:

    The user name of your VoIP account (for example: 035051979, john.doe,...).

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     Password:

    The password of your VoIP account.
     Displayname:

    The name that you want people to see on the display of their phone when you are calling.
    Your VoIP provider may not support this feature.
     Abbreviated number:

    An internal number to call the phones associated with this VoIP account.
     Port:

    The phone port that you want to associate with this VoIP account. select


    All to use this VoIP account for all connected phone.



    Phone 1/2 to use this VoIP account for the phone connected to the Phone 1/2 port of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    4 Click Apply.

    Verifying Telephone Connectivity
    Proceed as follows to verify the voice connection:
    1 Make sure the MediaAccess Gateway is turned on.
    2 Make sure the Internet telephony service is enabled and configured. The Phone LED must be solid green.
    3 Pick up your phone, wait for the dialling tone, and dial the number.

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    6.2 Address Book
    Introduction
    The Address Book page allows you to:


    Store your contacts on the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.



    Initiate a call or send a message by clicking the phone number or e-mail address in the contact details.

    Everyone with access to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI can view and use the address book.

    Accessing the Address Book page
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Address Book.
    3 The Address Book page appears.

    For each contact, you can provide the following information:
     Business: to make a call to the contact’s business telephone number
     Home: to make a call to the contacts home telephone number
     Mobile: to make a call to the contact’s mobile telephone number
     Other or SIP uri: to make a call to the contact’s VoIP telephone number
     E-mail to send an E-mail message to the contact with your e-mail client.

    Managing contacts
    Click...

    To...

    Add

    Add a contact

    Edit

    Edit a contact

    Delete

    Delete a contact

    All information provided per contact is optional except for the last and first name. The information can be updated or
    completed at any time.

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    Making a phone call from the address book
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the Address Book page.
    2 Click on the phone number of your contact.
    3 The following page appears:

    4 Pick up the phone.
    5 The MediaAccess Gateway is now initiating the call. Your contact’s phone is now ringing.
    6 At the end of the conversation, click Done to go to the Last Calls page. This page allows you to view the statistics of
    your last calls (including the call that you just made).

    You can use the buttons in the Remote Number column to make a new call to one of the contacts in your call log.

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    6.3 Telephony Services
    Introduction
    Telephony services add extra functionality to your phone. For example: putting a call on hold, transferring calls,...

    Requirements
    Before you can use a service, must both be:
    1 Supported by your service provider.
    2 Activated on your MediaAccess Gateway.

    Checking if a telephone service is activated/supported
    To check which services are supported or activated, proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Telephony.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 In the Pick a task list, click View Telephony Services.
    5 Under Telephony Services, you can see the services that are supported by your provider.

    In the Activated column, you can see if this service is also activated on the MediaAccess Gateway.
    6 To (de)activate a service, proceed with “6.3.1 Activating a Telephony Service on your MediaAccess Gateway” on page 59.

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    6.3.1 Activating a Telephony Service on your MediaAccess
    Gateway
    How can I (de)activate a service on my MediaAccess Gateway?
    You can (de)activate services in two ways:


    Via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.



    Via (de)activation codes on your phone.

    Activating a Telephony Service via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Telephony.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 In the Pick a task list, click View Telephony Services.
    5 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    6 Under Telephony services you can now activate or deactivate the services of your choice:

    To:
     Activate a service select the check box next to the service.
     Deactivate a service clear the check box next to the service.

    7 Click Apply.

    Activating a Telephony Service via Your Phone
    To (de)activate one of the services just dial the corresponding code on your phone. For example, to activate Call Hold dial
    *94; to deactivate the service dial #94.
    To know which code to use:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Telephony.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 In the Pick a task list, click View Telephony Services.
    5 In the Telephony Services table, you can find the activation and deactivation codes.

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    6.3.2 Common Telephony Services
    Introduction
    This section provides an overview of the functions that will be available if you activate one of the following services:


    Call Hold service



    Call Waiting service



    Conference Call (3 Party) service



    Call Transfer

    For more information on the other services, please contact your service provider.

    Call Hold service
    If the Call Hold service is activated, you can use the following functions:

    To...

    Press...

    Put an active call on hold and enable a call set up (the
    dial tone is generated)

    R, 2

    Illustration
    A

    A

    B
    You press
    R, 2

    active

    on hold
    dial tone

    You

    Terminate the call on hold

    R, 0

    A

    You
    A

    B
    on hold

    active

    You press
    R, 0

    R, 1

    A

    You
    A

    B
    on hold

    active

    R, 1

    A

    active

    You
    A

    B
    You press
    R, 1

    on hold

    R, 9

    A

    You

    on hold

    You

    60

    A

    B

    active

    B

    active

    You

    Terminate an active call and enables a call set up (the
    dial tone is generated)

    B

    You press
    R, 1

    You

    Retrieve the call on hold (when there is no active call)

    B

    active

    You

    Terminate an active call and switch to the call on hold

    B

    B

    You press
    R, 9

    on hold
    dial tone

    You

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    Call Waiting service
    If the Call Waiting service is activated, you can use the following functions:

    To...

    Press...

    Terminate an active call and switch to an incoming call

    R, 1

    Illustration
    A

    A

    B

    active

    incoming

    active

    You

    You

    Reject an incoming call

    R, 0

    A

    A

    B
    incoming

    active

    You press
    R, 0

    R, 2

    A

    You

    B
    on hold

    active

    You press
    R, 2

    A

    B

    on hold

    active

    You

    You

    Switch between an active call and an incoming call

    R, 2

    A

    B

    active

    B

    active

    You

    Switch between an active call and a call on hold

    B

    You press
    R, 1

    incoming

    You press
    R, 2

    A

    B

    on hold

    active

    You

    You

    Conference Call (3 Party) service
    If the Conference Call (3 Party) service is activated, you can use the following functions:

    To...

    Press...

    Establish a conference call (or 3 party connection)

    R, 3

    Illustration
    A

    B
    active

    on hold

    You press
    R, 3

    A

    B

    active

    active

    You

    You

    During a conference call: put B and C on hold

    R, 2

    A

    B
    active

    active

    You press
    R, 2

    A

    B

    on hold

    on hold

    You

    You

    During a conference call: retrieve B and C when they
    are on hold

    R, 3

    A

    B
    on hold

    on hold

    You

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    R, 3

    A

    B

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    active

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    Call Transfer
    If the Call Transfer service is activated, you can use the following functions:

    To...

    Press...

    Transfer a call

    R, 4

    Illustration
    A

    active

    on hold

    You

    62

    A active B

    B
    You press
    R, 4

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    6.4 Viewing Call Logs
    Introduction
    The Call Logs page on the MediaAccess Gateway GUI lists:


    Successful incoming calls.



    Missed incoming calls.



    Successful outgoing calls.



    Failed outgoing calls.

    Viewing the telephony statistics
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Telephony.
    3 The Telephony page appears:

    On this page you can see an overview of your last calls.
    4 To view more detailed statistics, click View telephony statistics and logs in the Pick a task list.

    Used icons
    The call logs use the following icons to illustrate the call type:

    Icon

    Type
    Successful outgoing phone call
    Successful incoming call
    Failed outgoing call
    Failed incoming call

    Calling a contact from the call log
    You can immediately start a new call to one of these contacts by clicking the button in the Remote Number column.

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    7 Saving Energy
    Code of Conduct
    To prove its commitment to protect the environment, Technicolor has signed the Code of Conduct, a global agreement to
    reduce the power consumption of broadband access devices.
    For more information, see “7.1 Code of Conduct” on page 66.

    Technicolor power saving innovations
    To further reduce the power consumption, Technicolor has developed the ECO Manager. This system constantly monitors
    the services provided by the MediaAccess Gateway and automatically switches unused services to an ECO-friendly state.
    For more information, see “7.2 ECO Manager” on page 67.
    Next to this automated tool, you can also choose to manually disable services that you will not be using. For more
    information, “7.3 Manually Switching Off Services to Reduce Power” on page 68.

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    7.1 Code of Conduct
    Power states
    Code of Conduct provides rules for the power consumption in:


    Full power state:
    This is the normal operation mode of the device, where all functionality is enabled.



    Low power state:
    When there is no user traffic on the device, the device should switch to low power mode. This is a state in which devices
    are only allowed to use a limited amount of energy to be able to power its components and respond to user activity.

    Example
    Take the following example:


    The user switches off his computer at 20:00.



    There are no other devices connected to the MediaAccess Gateway.

    The MediaAccess Gateway switches to low power mode. This results in a considerable drop in the overall power
    consumption of the MediaAccess Gateway.
    Power
    Consumption

    Full power limit
    User traffic
    Low power limit
    No user traffic
    20:00

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    7.2 ECO Manager
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway constantly monitors the user activity and uses this information to optimise the power
    consumption:
    For example:


    The MediaAccess Gateway reduces the clock frequency of the central processor when there is no or low user activity.
    This lowered clock frequency will result in a lower power consumption of the MediaAccess Gateway.



    Disable the USB port(s) when they are not used



    Switch the wireless interface to power reduction mode.

    Wireless access point power reduction mode
    When the MediaAccess Gateway access point switches to power reduction mode, the access point is switched off and is
    only power on periodically to be able to detect new clients. If new clients are detected the wireless access point is fully
    powered again. This is only possible if there are no devices connected to the MediaAccess Gateway.
    Power reduction is enabled by default, but it is possible to disable it via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI. To configure power
    reduction:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 Under Home Network, click Wireless.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under Configuration:
     Select Power Reduction Enabled to enable power reduction.
     Clear Power Reduction Enabled to disable power reduction.

    5 Click Apply.

    Example
    If we use the same example as in the previous section, you can see that the MediaAccess Gateway is now able to further
    reduce the power consumption in periods where less action is required from the MediaAccess Gateway.
    Power
    Consumption

    Full power limit

    Low power limit
    User Traffic
    No User Traffic
    20:00

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    ECO button
    If you are not using the wireless access point of your MediaAccess Gateway, you might consider to disable the wireless
    access point permanently. This allows you to further reduce the power consumption.
    To turn the wireless interface:


    Off, press the ECO ( ) button until the Wireless LED is off.



    On, press the ECO ( ) button until the Wireless LED is on.

    Zero power consumption
    If you will not be using your MediaAccess Gateway for a longer time (for example: you are going on holiday), you should
    consider to turn off the MediaAccess Gateway. This way no energy will be consumed at all.
    However, be aware that if you turn off the MediaAccess Gateway, all services provided by the MediaAccess Gateway that
    require access to the Internet will not be available. For example:

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    You will not be able to browse to Internet websites, listen to radio streams etc.



    No VoIP calls can be made/received
    You will no longer be able to make or receive phone calls over the Internet. Your phone calls will automatically be done via
    the traditional phone network (if available).



    No Digital TV is provided
    If your set-top box is connected to your MediaAccess Gateway, it will no longer be able to connect to the Internet, hence
    not be able to service your TV set.

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    8 Sharing Content
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway allows you to share the content stored on your USB storage device with other users on your
    network or even access this shared content from the Internet.

    Features


    The MediaAccess Gateway supports USB 2.0



    The following file systems are supported:
     NTFS (optional)
     FAT32
     FAT16
     HFS+ (optional)
     EXT2/EXT3 (optional)



    You can connect up to five USB storage devices (via a USB hub).



    Each USB storage device can have up to 10 partitions. If your device has more partitions the extra partitions will be
    ignored.

    Content Sharing Servers
    The MediaAccess Gateway offers three types of services to share your content. The following table gives a you a brief
    overview of the main functions:

    Network File Server

    UPnP AV Media Server

    FTP Server

    Function

    Store and access your data
    on your local network.

    Make media files available
    for UPnP AV capable
    devices like Media players,
    Set-Top boxes from your
    local network.

    Store and access your data
    from the Internet.

    Access

    Read and write

    Read-only

    Read and write

    Accessible from

    Local network

    Local network

    Internet and Local network

    Type of content shared

    All files from all partitions
    and disks that are
    connected.

    Media files (music, movies
    and pictures) from all
    partitions and disks that are
    connected.

    All files that are stored in
    the Shared folder of the
    managed partition.

    For more information,
    see...

    “8.1 The Network File
    Server” on page 71

    “8.2 The UPnP AV Media
    Server” on page 74

    “8.3 The FTP Server” on
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    Configuration
    All servers are enabled by default. The only thing that you need to do is to plug your USB memory stick or external hard
    disk in (one of) the USB port(s) of your MediaAccess Gateway.

    By using a USB hub, you can connect up to five USB mass storage devices to the MediaAccess Gateway.
    Do not remove your USB storage device without stopping it first, otherwise data might be lost! For more
    information, see “8.5 Safely Removing your USB Storage Device” on page 82.

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    8.1 The Network File Server
    Introduction
    The Network Server allows you to share the content on your USB storage device(s) with other devices that are connected to
    your local network (mostly computers).
    These devices have read and write access to this USB device(s).

    Configuration
    The Network File Server is enabled by default and ready for use.
    To change the default settings, proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Tools menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under Network File Server (Windows Networking), you can change the following settings:
     Server Name:

    Enter the name that you want to use to access the MediaAccess Gateway.
     Server Description:

    Add a short description for what kind of data is stored on the USB storage device.
     Workgroup:

    Enter the same workgroup as used by your computer(s).
     Server Enabled:

    Select this option to enable the Network File Server
    5 Click Apply.
    6 All users connected to the MediaAccess Gateway can now access the data on stored your USB storage device.
    7 If you want to limit the number of folders that can be accessed, continue with “8.4 Managing your Shared Content” on
    page 80.

    Accessing the shared content on Windows
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Open Windows Explorer.
    2 In the address bar, type two backslashes followed by the name that you entered in the Server Name box (default:
    \\Technicolor).
    If you did not provide a server name, type \\192.168.1.253.
    If you made changes to the DHCP settings, the IP address may diff. For more information, see “Getting the IP
    address of your USB storage device” on page 115.

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    3 An Explorer windows appears. The storage devices that are attached to your MediaAccess Gateway are listed as folders.

    If the storage device has multiple partitions an index number will be added at the end (for example: Disk_a1 and
    Disk_a2).
    If multiple storage devices are inserted the first one is listed as Disk_a1, the second one as Disk_b1, and so on.
    If the partition is a managed partition, only the Media and Shared folders of the managed partition are displayed:

    For more information on managed partitions, see “8.4 Managing your Shared Content” on page 80.
    4 If you plan to frequently use this folder, it might be useful to map this folder as a network drive. For more information, see
    the help of your operating system.

    Accessing the shared content on Mac
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Go menu, click Connect To Server.
    2 The Connect To Server window appears.

    In the Server Address box, type smb://<server name>, where <server name> is the Server Name you assigned to your
    USB storage device (default: smb://Technicolor).
    If you did not provide a server name, type smb://192.168.1.253.
    If you made changes to the DHCP settings, the IP address may diff. For more information, see “Getting the IP
    address of your USB storage device” on page 115.

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    3 The following window appears:

    Select Guest and click Connect.
    4 If prompted, select the partition that you want to open and click OK:

    5 Your USB storage device is now mounted and is displayed on your desktop.

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    8.2 The UPnP AV Media Server
    Introduction
    Your MediaAccess Gateway has a built-in DLNA-certified UPnP AV media server. This section describes how to use and
    configure this media server.

    UPnP AV
    UPnP AV (AV stands for Audio and Video) is a protocol especially designed to share media files on your local network.

    DLNA-certified
    The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is an organisation that imposes requirements to ensure the interoperatability
    of your media devices and standardize the communication between them.
    Buying a DLNA-certified device like the MediaAccess Gateway guarantees you that it will seamlessly integrate with your
    other DLNA-certified devices.
    To allow you to access your media in a quick and easy way, the MediaAccess Gateway scans your storage device for meta
    data information (for example, title, artist, album) and stores it in a database. When you are looking for a file, the
    MediaAccess Gateway can simply query the database instead of having to go through all the files.
    This database will only be created if the following conditions are met:


    Your disk or partition must have at least 250MB of free space



    Your disk or partition must not be read-only.

    UPnP AV network components
    A UPnP AV network consists of the following components:

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    The UPnP AV server is directly connected to your media files and makes them available on the network. In your network
    the MediaAccess Gateway will fulfil this role.



    The UPnP AV client is a software application or hardware device that allows you to play or view the media files provided
    by your UPnP AV media server.

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    8.2.1 Configuring the UPnP AV Media Server
    Introduction
    The Network File Server is enabled by default and ready to use.

    Enabling/disabling the UPnP AV Media Server
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Tools menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under UPnP AV Media Server, click Server Enabled.
    5 Click Apply.

    Media Database
    When you plug in your USB storage device, the MediaAccess Gateway will automatically start building the media database.
    This database contains all meta data of the media files stored on your USB storage device.
    To view the status of the media database:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Tools menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under UPnP AV Media Server, you can find the Database Status.

    5 If you want to rebuild the database, click Rebuild.

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    8.2.2 Using the UPnP AV Media Server
    Introduction
    The UPnP AV Media Server lists all audio, video and picture files located on the connected USB storage device. All UPnP
    AV renderers (for example, a DLNA-certified Set-Top box) that are connected to your network are able to view this list and
    play or view items from this list.
    On your UPnP AV renderer, the MediaAccess Gateway’s UPnP AV media server will be listed as Technicolor TGXXX.
    Below you can find a screenshot taken on a smartphone with a UPnP AV client.

    Via this entry, you can browse to your media files.

    Windows 7
    Windows 7 has native support for UPnP AV. It automatically detects UPnP AV and makes your media files available for
    playback on your Windows Media Player.
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Windows Start menu, click Network.
    2 The Network window appears:

    Under Media Devices you will find the MediaAccess Gateway’s UPnP AV Media Server (displayed as Technicolor
    TGXXX).
    3 Double-click the MediaAccess Gateway’s UPnP AV Media Server to access your media files.

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    4 Windows Media Player starts up.

    Your MediaAccess Gateway’s UPnP AV Media Server is listed on the left. This entry allows you to browse to your media
    files.

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    8.3 The FTP Server
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway allows you to access your shared content by FTP. This can be useful if you want to be able to
    access your shared content from the Internet.
    Via FTP you can download and upload all types of files both from your local network and the Internet.

    Setting up the FTP server
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Protect your account with a password.
    2 Enable the FTP Server and select the managed partition.

    Protect your account with a password
    If you did not yet configure your login to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI with a password:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click User Management.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Change my password.
    4 Leave the Old Password box empty.
    5 Type your new password both in the New Password box and Confirm New Password box.

    Enable the FTP Server and select the managed partition
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Tools menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under FTP Server, click Server Enabled.
    5 Under List of connected disks, click the radio button next to the partition to make it managed.
    6 The MediaAccess Gateway now creates a Media and Shared folder on the selected partition. The Shared folder will be
    used as root location for FTP sessions.
    7 Click Apply.

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    Result
    The Shared folder and its subfolders are now accessible using FTP. The other folders are not accessible via FTP.
    If you are connected to the Internet, the link to the FTP server is displayed under FTP Server:

    On the MediaAccess Gateway network, you can also access the FTP server using its local address (192.168.1.253).

    Additional configuration
    Because most service providers use dynamic IP addresses, the IP address of your Internet connection may change
    frequently. This implies that the link to the FTP server will also change every time the public IP changes. With Dynamic
    DNS, you can assign a host name to the IP address (for example mygateway.dyndns.org). For more information, see
    “9.3 Dynamic DNS” on page 93.

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    8.4 Managing your Shared Content
    Managed Partition
    If you select your drive or partition as managed partition, users only have access to the following folders:


    Media



    Shared

    All other folders will be hidden from the user. These hidden folders are still on the USB storage device, but you can not
    access them. If you connected more than one USB storage device, those devices will also be hidden.

    Media folder
    Use the Media folder to share your audio, video and picture files. This folder can only be accessed via the following servers:


    The Network File Server
    For more information, see “8.1 The Network File Server”.



    UPnP AV Media Server.
    For more information, see “8.2 The UPnP AV Media Server”.
    If your partition is managed, the UPnP AV server will only use the media files that are located in the Media folder.

    Shared folder
    The Shared folder is a folder to share files both on the local network and the Internet. This folder can only be accessed via
    the following server:


    The Network File Server
    For more information, see “8.1 The Network File Server”.



    FTP Server
    For more information, see “8.3 The FTP Server”.
    The FTP Server can only be used with a managed partition.

    Ummanaged vs. managed
    The following table compares the two modes:

    Access via

    Accessible folders
    Unmanaged

    Managed

    Network File Server

    All

    Media and Shared folder.

    UPnP AV Media Server

    All

    Media folder.

    FTP Server

    Not available in this mode.

    Shared folder.

    Setting up the managed partition
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Tools menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.

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    4 Under List of connected disks, click the radio button next to the partition you want to configure as Managed Partition.
    5 Click Apply.

    Result
    The MediaAccess Gateway creates following folders:


    Media:
    Use this folder to share your media files with others users on your network. You can store your media files in following
    subfolders:
     Movies
     Music
     Pictures



    Shared:
    Use this folder to share your other data with other users on your network. Optionally, users can also access this folder
    using FTP. For more information, see “8.3 The FTP Server” on page 78.

    If the above folders already exist, the existing folders are used.

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    8.5 Safely Removing your USB Storage Device
    Introduction
    If you just unplug your USB storage device from the MediaAccess Gateway you may loose your data. To avoid this you must
    first stop your USB storage device.

    Stopping your USB storage device
    Proceed as follows
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Click Stop.
    5 Unplug your USB storage device from the MediaAccess Gateway.

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    9 Network Services
    In this chapter
    In this chapter we will take a closer look at following features:

    Topic

    Page

    9.1 UPnP

    84

    9.2 Assigning a service (HTTP, FTP,...) to a Computer

    91

    9.3 Dynamic DNS

    93

    “9.4 Network Time Server” on page 94

    94

    Feature availability
    Depending on the configuration offered by your service provider, some features may not be available on your MediaAccess
    Gateway. For more information, contact your service provider.

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    9.1 UPnP
    Introduction
    UPnP is designed to automate the installation and configuration of a (small) network as much as possible. This means that
    UPnP-capable devices can join and leave a network without any effort of a network administrator.

    Supported Operating Systems
    The following operating systems support UPnP:


    Windows 7



    Windows Vista



    Windows XP
    If your computer is running Windows XP, you first have to install the UPnP component. For more information, see
    “9.1.4 Installing UPnP on Windows XP” on page 89.

    UPnP and the MediaAccess Gateway
    UPnP offers you the following functions:

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    You can access the MediaAccess Gateway GUI without having to remember the address of the MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information, see “9.1.1 Accessing Your MediaAccess Gateway via UPnP” on page 85.



    If you are using a PPP connection to connect to the Internet, you can enable/disable your Internet connection without
    having to open the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “9.1.2 Managing your Internet connection via UPnP” on page 86.



    You do not have to manually create port mappings to run services on a computer. The automatic port configuration
    mechanism for UPnP-enabled games and applications will do this for you. If the application is UPnP-enabled, UPnP will
    create these entries automatically. For more information, see “9.2 Assigning a service (HTTP, FTP,...) to a Computer” on
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    9.1.1 Accessing Your MediaAccess Gateway via UPnP
    Windows 7/Vista
    If you computer runs Windows 7/Vista:
    1 On the Windows Start menu, click Network.
    2 The Network window appears:

    3 Right-click your MediaAccess Gateway (displayed as Technicolor TGXXX) and click View device web page.
    4 The MediaAccess Gateway GUI appears.

    Windows XP
    If you computer runs Windows XP:
    1 Go to My Network Places.
    2 The My Network Places window appears:

    3 Double-click your MediaAccess Gateway (displayed as Technicolor TGXXX).
    4 The MediaAccess Gateway GUI appears.

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    9.1.2 Managing your Internet connection via UPnP
    Applicability
    This section only applicable if you are using a PPP connection to the Internet.

    Windows 7/Vista
    If you computer runs Windows 7/Vista:
    1 On the Windows Start menu, click Network.
    2 The Network window appears:

    3 Right-click your MediaAccess Gateway (displayed as Technicolor TGXXX).
    4 If you are currently:
     Connected to the Internet, click Disable to disconnect from the Internet.
     Not connected to the Internet, click Enable to connect to the Internet.

    Windows XP
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Windows Start menu, click (Settings >) Control Panel.
    2 The Control Panel window appears.
    Click (Network and Internet Connections) > Internet Connections.

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    3 The Network Connections window appears;

    4 If you right-click the Internet Connection icon, you can connect/disconnect your connection to the Internet.

    Disabling this feature
    To prevent that users can connect/disconnect you can enable Extended Security. This feature is enabled by default.
    For more information, see “9.1.3 Configuring UPnP on the MediaAccess Gateway” on page 88.

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    9.1.3 Configuring UPnP on the MediaAccess Gateway
    Introduction
    On the MediaAccess Gateway GUI you can:


    Enable/Disable UPnP.



    Enable/Disable Extended Security.

    Enable/Disable UPnP
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Game & Application Sharing.
    3 Under Universal Plug and Play:
     Select the Use UPnP check box, to enable UPnP.
     Clear the Use UPnP check box, to disable UPnP.

    4 Click Apply.

    Extended Security
    If Extended Security is enabled, only limited UPnP operation between the host and the MediaAccess Gateway is allowed:


    A local host is not allowed to connect/disconnect the MediaAccess Gateway Internet connection. You can then only
    connect/disconnect the Internet connection via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI



    Address translation mappings can only be added or changed via UPnP for the host on which the UPnP application is
    running.

    Extended Security is enabled by default.

    Enable/Disable Extended Security
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Game & Application Sharing.
    3 Under Universal Plug and Play, select Use Extended Security.
    4 Click Apply.

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    9.1.4 Installing UPnP on Windows XP
    Adding UPnP
    If you are running Microsoft Windows XP, it is recommended to add the UPnP component to your system.
    Proceed as follows:
    1 In the Start menu, click (Settings >) Control Panel.
    2 The Control Panel window appears.
    Click Add or Remove Programs.
    3 The Add or Remove Programs window appears.
    Click Add/Remove Windows Components.
    4 The Windows Components Wizard appears:

    In the Components list, select Networking Services and click Details
    5 The Networking Services window appears:

    Select Universal Plug and Play or UPnP User Interface and click OK.
    6 Click Next to start the installation and follow the instructions in the Windows Components Wizard.
    7 At the end of the procedure the wizard informs you that the installation was successful. Click Finish to quit.

    Adding IGD Discovery and Control
    Your Windows XP system is able to discover and control Internet Gateway Devices (IGD), like the MediaAccess Gateway
    on your local network. Therefore, it is recommended to add the IGD Discovery and Control client to your system.
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Windows taskbar, click Start.

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    2 Select (Settings >) Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.
    3 In the Add or Remove Programs window, click Add/Remove Windows Components.
    4 The Windows Components Wizard appears:

    Select Networking Services in the Components list and click Details.
    5 The Networking Services window appears:

    Select Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client and click OK.
    6 Click Next to start the installation and follow the instructions in the Windows Components Wizard.
    7 At the end of the procedure, the wizard informs you that the installation was successful. Click Finish to quit.

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    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway allows you to use one Internet connection for multiple computers. This means that all your
    computers share one public IP address, as if only one computer were connected to the outside world.

    Issue
    When the MediaAccess Gateway receives an incoming message, the MediaAccess Gateway has to decide to which
    computer it has to send this message.
    If the incoming message is a response to an outgoing message originating from one of your computers, the MediaAccess
    Gateway sends the incoming message to this computer.

    Internet

    If your are running a server or an application that acts as a server (for example a HTTP server, Internet game), the initial
    message will come from the Internet and the MediaAccess Gateway has no information to decide to which computer it
    should forward the incoming message.

    ?
    Internet

    Solution
    To avoid this problem you can do either of the following:


    Enable UPnP.



    Assign a game or application to a local networking device.

    UPnP
    UPnP is a technology that enables seamless operation of a wide range of games and messaging applications. Your computer
    will use UPnP to communicate to the MediaAccess Gateway which services are running on the computer.
    For example, when you start a UPnP-enabled application on your computer, it will automatically create the necessary port
    mappings on this computer and on the MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information on UPnP, see “9.1 UPnP” on page 84.

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    Assign a game or application to a local networking device
    If you assign a game or application to a local networking device, you will basically tell the MediaAccess Gateway that if it
    receives requests for a specific game or application, it has to forward these messages to a specific computer.
    Proceed as follows to do so:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Game & Application Sharing.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Assign a game or application to a local network device.
    4 In the Game or application list, click the service you want to run on the computer. For example, HTTP Server (World
    Wide Web).
    If the service is not available in the list, click Create a new game or application in the Pick a task list. For more
    information, click Help on the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    5 In the Device list, select the computer to which you want to assign the service. Your computer will be listed with its
    computer name.
    6 All incoming requests for the selected service will now be directed to the selected device. The MediaAccess Gateway will
    also configure its firewall to allow this service.

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    9.3 Dynamic DNS
    Introduction
    The Dynamic DNS service allows you to assign a dynamic DNS host name (for example mywebpage.dyndns.org) to a
    broadband connection even if it is using a dynamic IP address. As soon as the device gets a new IP address, the dynamic
    DNS server updates its entry to the new IP address.

    What you need
    Before you can configure Dynamic DNS, you first have to create an account at a Dynamic DNS service provider. For
    example:


    www.dyndns.org



    www.no-ip.com



    www.dtdns.com

    Procedure
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Dynamic DNS.
    3 On the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Select the Enabled check box.
    5 If necessary, select the broadband connection to which you want to assign the Dynamic DNS host name in the Interface
    list.
    6 Type the user name and password of your Dynamic DNS service account in the corresponding fields.
    7 In the Service list, click the name of your Dynamic DNS service provider.
    8 In the Host box, type the host name that you got from the Dynamic DNS service provider (for example
    mywebpage.dyndns.org).
    9 Click Apply.

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    9.4 Network Time Server
    Introduction
    A Network Time Server is a server that makes sure that the time settings of your device (your MediaAccess Gateway) are
    in sync with the official time.
    This time will be used for features like:


    Access Control
    For more information, see “10.3 Access Control” on page 105.



    Wireless Time Control
    For more information, see “10.4 Wireless Time Control” on page 107.



    Call logs



    Event logs

    Requirements
    Your MediaAccess Gateway must be connected to the Internet.

    Specifying a time server for your MediaAccess Gateway
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Technicolor Gateway menu, click Configuration.
    3 The System Configuration page appears. On the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under Time Configuration, select Auto-configuration and configure the following settings:

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     Time Zone:

    Select your time zone from this list.
     Summer Time:

    Select Summer Time if you want the clock to follow daylight saving time.
     In the Time Server box, type the address of the time server of your choice (for example: pool.ntp.org). You can

    define up to five time servers.
    5 Click Apply.
    6 Under Time Configuration you can see the newly applied time.

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    10 Internet Security
    Overview
    The MediaAccess Gateway offers various options to secure your network and network connection:

    Topic

    Page

    10.1 Parental Control

    98

    10.2 Firewall

    103

    10.3 Access Control

    105

    10.4 Wireless Time Control

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    10.1 Parental Control
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway allows you to deny access to specific web sites.

    Access Denied page
    When a user tries to access a page that is being blocked, the following page is displayed:

    Address-based filtering
    With address-based filtering (or URL-filtering) you can block web sites based on their address (for example
    www.porn.com).

    Content-based filtering
    As you know, the Internet consists of a large number of web sites, and that number still increases every day. This makes it
    almost impossible to keep the list of addresses up-to-date.
    To solve this problem MediaAccess Gateway introduced content-based filtering.
    With content-based filtering you can block web sites based on their content category (for example pornography) instead
    of their URL. This way, you only need to select the appropriate categories and the content category server takes care of the
    rest. This content category server is updated at regular intervals.

    Combining the two filters
    Address-based filtering has priority over content-based filtering. This means that when you are blocking a specific
    category, you can still access a specific address provided you create a rule to allow access to that URL.
    For example, if you are blocking content from the Finance / Investment category, you can create a rule to make an
    exception for netbanking.mybank.com.

    Activating content-based filtering
    Before you can use content-based filtering you must first activate it by purchasing a license key at your service provider or by
    activating the 30-day trial.
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Activate Web Filtering License.
    4 The Web Filtering Activation page appears. Under License Type, select:
     30-days evaluation if you first want evaluate this feature.
     Standard if you have already purchased a license key. The License key box appears as soon as you select this option.

    Type the license key that you received from your service provider in this box.
    5 Click Apply.

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    Option 1: content-based filter (combined with the address-based filter)
    If you want to use the content-based filtering:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 On the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Make sure that the Use Content-Based Filter check box is selected.
    5 Configure the content-based filter. For more information, see “10.1.1 Configuring Content-based Filtering” on page 100.
    6 If you want to make exceptions for specific web sites, add the necessary rules in the address-based filter. For more
    information, see “10.1.2 Adding Rules for Address-Based Filtering” on page 101.

    Option 2: address-based filter only
    Take this option if content filtering is not available on your MediaAccess Gateway or you don’t want to use it.
    To configure address-based filtering:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 On the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Make sure that the Use Address-Based Filter check box is selected.
    5 In the Action for Unknown Sites, select:
     Allow as the default rule if you want to allow access to all web sites and manually specify which web sites may not be

    accessed.
     Block as the default rule if you want to deny access to all web sites and manually specify a number of web sites that

    may be accessed.
    6 Click Apply.
    7 If you want to make exceptions for specific web sites, add the necessary rules in the address-based filter.
    For more information, see “10.1.2 Adding Rules for Address-Based Filtering” on page 101.

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    10.1.1 Configuring Content-based Filtering
    Requirements
    Content-based filtering must be activated on your MediaAccess Gateway.
    For more information, see “Activating content-based filtering” on page 98.

    Accessing the configuration page
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 On the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    4 Under Content-Based Filtering you can change the settings of the content-based filter.

    Configuration
    Under Content-Based Filtering:
    1 Select Use Content-Based Filter check box (if needed).
    2 In the Action for uncategorised sites list, select a default action for sites that have not yet been categorised.
    3 Under Content Level, select the content level you want to use.
    If you want a more detailed view of the content that will be blocked for this level, click the Edit link next to the content
    level.
    If needed, you can change the Name, Description and Configuration of the content level.
    4 Click Apply after you have made your changes.

    Creating your own content level
    Proceed as follows:
    1 In the Pick a task list, click Create a new content level.
    2 Enter a Name and Description for your content level and click Next.
    3 Under Configuration, select:
     Clone Existing Level if you want to start from an existing level. You can now select the level that you want to clone.
     White list if you want to block everything and select which content should be allowed.
     Black list if you want to allow everything and select which content should be blocked.

    Click Next.
    4 Under Configuration:
     Select the check boxes of the categories/groups you want to allow.
     Clear the check boxes of the categories/groups you want to block.

    5 Click Apply.
    6 Configure the content-based filter with the new level. For more information, see “Configuration” on page 100.

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    10.1.2 Adding Rules for Address-Based Filtering
    Introduction
    Address-based filtering has a higher priority than content-based filtering. This means that when you are blocking a specific
    category, you can still access a specific site if you allow it in the address-based filter.
    Example
    If you block content from the Finance / Investment category and allow access to netbanking.mybank.com,
    netbanking.mybank.com will still be accessible.

    Options
    With the address-based filter you can:


    Deny access to a specific web site.



    Allow access to a specific web site.



    Redirect a web site.



    Redirect all web sites.

    Deny access to a specific web site
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 Make sure the Use Address-Based Filter check box is selected.
    4 Type the URL of the Web site you want to block (for example “mail.provider.com”) in the Web Site box.
    5 In the Action list, click Block.
    6 Click Add.

    Allow access to a specific web site
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 Make sure the Use Address-Based Filter check box is selected.
    4 Type the URL of the Web site you want to allow (for example “netbanking.bank.com”) in the Web Site box.
    5 In the Action list, click Allow.
    6 Click Add.

    Redirect a web site
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 Make sure the Use Address-Based Filter check box is selected.
    4 Type the URL of the Web site you want to redirect (for example “cracks.am”) in the Web Site box.

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    5 Click Redirect in the Action list.
    6 Type the URL of the Web site you want to redirect to (for example “mycompany.com/internetpolicy.htm”) in the
    Redirect box.
    7 Click Add.

    Redirect all web sites
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Parental Control.
    3 Make sure the Use Address-Based Filter check box is selected.
    4 Type “*” in the Web Site box.
    5 Click Redirect in the Action list.
    6 Type the URL of the Web site you want to redirect to (for example “mycompany.com/internetpolicy.htm”) in the
    Redirect box.
    7 Click Add.

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    10.2 Firewall
    Introduction
    The MediaAccess Gateway comes with an integrated firewall that helps you protect your network from attacks from the
    Internet. This firewall has a number of predefined levels to allow you to adjusted the firewall to your needs.
    The Firewall is disabled by default. This means that all traffic passing through the MediaAccess Gateway (from and to the
    Internet) is allowed.

    Predefined security levels
    The MediaAccess Gateway has a number of predefined security levels. The following levels are available:


    BlockAll:
    All traffic from and to the Internet is blocked. Game and Application Sharing is not allowed by the firewall.
    Although BlockAll will block all connections, some mandatory types of traffic such as DNS will still be relayed
    between LAN and WAN by the MediaAccess Gateway.



    Standard:
    All outgoing connections are allowed. All incoming connections are blocked, except for inbound connections assigned to
    a local host via Game and Application Sharing. This is the default firewall level.



    Disabled:
    All in- and outgoing traffic is allowed to pass through your MediaAccess Gateway, including Game and Application
    Sharing.
    The firewall levels only have impact on traffic passing through your MediaAccess Gateway. This means that the
    handling of traffic directly appointed from and to MediaAccess Gateway is independent of the selected firewall level.
    Protocol checks will be performed on all accepted connections, irrespective of the chosen level.

    Changing the security level
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Toolbox menu, click Firewall.
    3 The Firewall page appears. In the upper-right corner, click Configure.
    4 Under Security Settings, select the security level of your choice and click Apply.

    Creating your own security level
    Proceed as follows:
    1 In the Toolbox menu click Firewall.
    2 In the Firewall section, go to the Configure page.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Create a new Security Level.
    4 In the Name box, type a name for the new security level and select an existing security level to clone from.
    5 Click Apply.
    Once you create a security level, you can not delete it anymore. It will always available in the list of available security
    levels.
    6 A page with the firewall settings of your newly created security level appears. Click Edit.
    7 Enter the following information:
     The Name of the firewall rule.

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     The Source Interface and IP Address (range).

    Use Any as IP address in case all traffic for the interface should be parsed.
    Or you can type a User-defined IP address (range).
     The Destination Interface and IP Address (range)

    Use Any as IP address in case all traffic for the interface should be parsed.
    Or you can type a User-defined IP address (range).
     The Service type of the traffic; this can be a protocol (DNS, SMTP,...) or a specific MediaAccess Gateway system

    service.
    8 Select an Action that should be done on traffic for which the firewall rules applies:
     Accept: to allow the traffic to pass
     Deny: to drop the traffic (without notification)
     Count: to let the traffic pass, but count it (Hits)

    9 Click Apply.

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    10.3 Access Control
    Introduction
    Access Control allows you to create access schedules for Internet access.
    By default, all devices have constant access to the Internet. Access Control allows you to create exceptions on this rule by
    adding an access schedule for devices. You can define two schedules for each device:


    One schedule for weekdays (Monday until Friday)
    For example. On weekdays, your child’s computer is allowed to access the Internet from 6:00 until 7:59 and from 19:00
    until 21:59.



    One schedule for the weekend (Saturday and Sunday)
    For example. In the weekend, your child’s computer is allowed to access the Internet from 9:00 until 22:59.
    Depending on the software version used by your service provider, this feature may not yet be available on your
    MediaAccess Gateway.

    Warning
    Make sure that the persons using these devices are aware of the time schedule. This to avoid the loss of data or unexpected
    service interruption.

    Requirements
    Before you can start:


    Your MediaAccess Gateway must be connected to the Internet.



    Your MediaAccess Gateway must use a time server for its time configuration.
    For more information, see “9.4 Network Time Server” on page 94.

    Creating an access schedule
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Home Network, click Access Control.
    2 The Access Control page appears.
    3 If you did not yet create an access rule for the device, select the device under Device Access Scheduler and click Add.

    The selected device is now listed under Current Scheduled Devices.
    4 Under Current Scheduled Devices, click the Edit button next to your device.

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    5 The Device Access Editor page appears. Select the hours for which you want to allow Internet access. For example, if
    you select 06 this means that access is allowed from 6:00 until 6:59.

    6 Click Apply.
    7 The schedule is now active.

    Removing an access schedule
    By removing the access schedule for a device, you will provide it constant access to the Internet.
    Proceed as follows:
    1 On the Home Network, click Access Control.
    2 The Access Control page appears. Under Current Scheduled Devices, click the Delete button next to your device.

    3 This device now has constant access to the Internet.

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    10.4 Wireless Time Control
    Introduction
    Wireless Time Control allows you to restrict wireless access to one or two sessions. This means that your wireless devices will
    not be able to connect to the Internet (or your local network) outside these time frames.
    Depending on the software version used by your service provider, this feature may not yet be available on your
    MediaAccess Gateway.

    Warning
    Make sure that the persons that use a wireless connection are aware of these time frames. This to avoid the loss of data or
    unexpected service interruption.

    Requirements
    Before you can start:


    Your MediaAccess Gateway must be connected to the Internet.



    Your MediaAccess Gateway must use a time server for its time configuration.
    For more information, see “9.4 Network Time Server” on page 94.

    Procedure
    1 Browse to the Technicolor GUI.
    For more information, see “4.1 MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 36.
    2 On the Home Network, click Access Control.
    3 The Access Control page appears. In the Pick a task list, click Wireless Time Control.
    4 The Wireless Network Time Control page appears.

    5 Select the Enable Schedule box.
    6 Select a start time and end time for the first session.
    7 Select a start time and end time for the second session.
    8 Click Apply.

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    11 Support
    Introduction
    This chapter suggests solutions for issues that you may encounter while installing, configuring or using your MediaAccess
    Gateway.
    If the suggestions do not resolve the problem, look at the support pages on www.technicolor.com or contact your service
    provider.

    Topics
    This chapter describes the following topics:

    Topic

    Page

    11.1 Setup Troubleshooting

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    11.2 General MediaAccess Gateway Troubleshooting

    111

    11.3 Wired Connection Troubleshooting

    112

    11.4 Wireless Connection Troubleshooting

    113

    11.5 Voice over IP Troubleshooting

    114

    11.6 Content Sharing Troubleshooting

    115

    11.7 Reset to Factory Defaults

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    11.1 Setup Troubleshooting
    Introduction
    If you have trouble to install your MediaAccess Gateway with the Setup CD, try the suggested solutions in this section.

    The Setup CD does not start automatically
    If your computer runs:


    Microsoft Windows 7 and Vista:
    a Click the Windows Start button.
    b In the Search programs and files box, type the following path: D:\Setup.exe, where D stands for the drive letter of
    your CD- or DVD-ROM drive.

    c Press ENTER.


    Microsoft Windows XP:
    a Click the Windows Start button.
    b Click Run.
    c In the Open field, type the following path: D:\Setup.exe, where D stands for the drive letter of your CD- or DVDROM drive.



    Mac OS X:
    a On your desktop, double-click the CD icon.
    b Double-click Menu.

    Your MediaAccess Gateway has not been found
    If you see this error during setup, make sure that:

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    The MediaAccess Gateway is turned on and fully initialized.



    Your computer has a valid IP address, that is any address but 0.0.0.0. For more information, consult the help of your
    operating system.



    No dedicated firewall device or router is placed between your computer and the MediaAccess Gateway.



    No personal network security software (for example firewall software) is running on your computer.



    Your computer is correctly connected to the MediaAccess Gateway.

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    11.2 General MediaAccess Gateway Troubleshooting
    None of the LEDs light up (MediaAccess Gateway does not work)
    Make sure that:


    The MediaAccess Gateway is plugged into a power socket outlet.



    You are using the correct power supply for your MediaAccess Gateway device.
    The power requirements for your MediaAccess Gateway are clearly indicated on the identification label of the
    MediaAccess Gateway. Only use the power adaptor supplied with your MediaAccess Gateway.



    The MediaAccess Gateway is turned on via the push button or rocker switch on the back panel.

    The Broadband LED does not light up or is blinking
    Make sure that:


    The DSL cable is correctly connected. For more information, see “3.1 Connecting the MediaAccess Gateway to your
    Service Provider’s Network”.



    The DSL service is enabled on your telephone line. For more information, contact your Internet Service Provider.

    The Internet LED does not light up
    If you must authenticate to connect to the Internet, make sure that your user name and password are correct.
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Broadband menu, click Internet Services.
    3 Under Internet, click View More.
    4 Check your user name
    5 Re-enter your password.
    6 Click Connect.

    MediaAccess Gateway unreachable
    If you can not access your MediaAccess Gateway via your web browser or the Setup wizard, you might consider a hardware
    reset as described in “11.7 Reset to Factory Defaults” on page 116.

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    Ethernet LED does not light up
    Make sure that:

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    The Ethernet cable is securely connected to the Ethernet port on your MediaAccess Gateway and your computer.



    You are using the correct cable type for your Ethernet equipment, that is at least UTP CAT5 with RJ-45 connectors.

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    11.4 Wireless Connection Troubleshooting
    No Wireless Connectivity
    Try the following:


    Make sure that the wireless client adapter is enabled (message like “radio on”).



    Make sure that the wireless client is configured for the correct wireless settings (Network Name, security settings).



    If the signal is low or not available, try to reposition the MediaAccess Gateway or (if available) redirect the antenna(s) of
    the MediaAccess Gateway for optimal performance.



    Change the wireless channel.

    Poor Wireless Connectivity or Range
    Try the following:


    Check the signal strength, indicated by the wireless client manager. If the signal is low, try to reposition the MediaAccess
    Gateway or (if available) redirect the antenna(s) of the MediaAccess Gateway for optimal performance.



    Change the wireless channel.



    Use WPA(2)-PSK as encryption.
    For more information, see “5.4 Securing Your Wireless Connection” on page 48.

    Change the wireless channel
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 Under Home Network, click Wireless

    3 The Wireless Access Point page appears.
    4 In the Navigation bar, click Configure.
    5 Under Configuration, select the channel of your choice in the Channel Selection list.
    6 Click Apply.

    Can not connect via WPS
    If you are having trouble connecting your wireless client via WPS, try to configure it manually. For more information, see
    “5.2 Connecting Your Wireless Client without WPS” on page 46.

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    11.5 Voice over IP Troubleshooting
    Introduction
    If you cannot make or receive any phone calls via your MediaAccess Gateway, try the suggestions in the following sections.

    Calling over VoIP
    If you have problems calling via VoIP, check whether:


    Your phone is correctly connected to the MediaAccess Gateway.



    Your phone is working on the traditional telephone network (PSTN):
     Connect your phone directly to the telephone wall outlet.
     Try to make a phone call.

    This is not possible on the VoIP-only variants. For more information, see “Applicability” on page 53.


    Your phone number, user name, and password are configured correctly.



    The registrar’s and proxy server’s IP address and port number are configured correctly.



    The Power, Broadband and Voice LEDs are on.

    Calling over the traditional telephone network (PSTN)
    This is not possible on the VoIP-only variants. For more information, see “Applicability” on page 53.
    If you have problems calling via the traditional telephone network, check whether:


    Your phone is correctly connected to the MediaAccess Gateway.
    If the MediaAccess Gateway is turned off, phone calls are always routed over PSTN.



    Your phone is working on the PSTN network:
     Connect your phone directly to PSTN.
     Try to make a phone call.



    The Forced FXO service is activated, this means that your service provider may request you to dial an extra prefix for
    making calls via PSTN.

    Problems with Telephony Services
    If you have a problem with a service, check whether the service is activated. For more information, see “6.3.1 Activating a
    Telephony Service on your MediaAccess Gateway” on page 59.

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    11.6 Content Sharing Troubleshooting
    Getting the IP address of your USB storage device
    The MediaAccess Gateway always uses the highest available address in your DHCP pool. When using the default settings
    this will be 192.168.1.253.
    You can always check the IP address as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Tools menu, click Content Sharing.
    3 Under IP configuration, you can find the IP address to use.

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    11.7 Reset to Factory Defaults
    Resetting your MediaAccess Gateway
    If at some point you can no longer connect to the MediaAccess Gateway or you want to make a fresh install, it may be useful
    to perform a reset to factory defaults.

    Warning
    A reset to factory default settings deletes all configuration changes you made. Therefore, after the reset a reconfiguration of
    your MediaAccess Gateway will be needed.
    Also your wireless clients will have to be re-associated, as described in “5 The MediaAccess Gateway Wireless Access Point”
    on page 43.

    Methods
    You can choose between:


    Resetting the MediaAccess Gateway via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI



    Reset the MediaAccess Gateway via the Reset button

    Resetting the MediaAccess Gateway via the MediaAccess Gateway GUI
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Browse to the MediaAccess Gateway GUI.
    For more information, see “Accessing the MediaAccess Gateway GUI” on page 37.
    2 On the Technicolor Gateway menu, click Configuration.
    3 In the Pick a task list, click Reset my Technicolor Gateway.
    4 The MediaAccess Gateway restores the initial configuration and restarts.
    5 The MediaAccess Gateway returns to the MediaAccess Gateway home page (unless the IP address of your computer is
    not in the same subnet as the default IP address of the MediaAccess Gateway, being 192.168.1.254).

    Reset the MediaAccess Gateway via the Reset button
    Proceed as follows:
    1 Make sure the MediaAccess Gateway is turned on.
    2 Push the Reset button for 7 seconds and the release it.

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    3 The MediaAccess Gateway restarts.
    Your system administrator may have disabled the physical reset button of the MediaAccess Gateway. In this case, a
    hardware reset to defaults is not possible.

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