Nokia WiFi Web GUI for Beacon 6

Logging in to the web-based GUI of the Beacon 6

1.Open a web browser and enter the IP address in the address bar.

The default gateway IP address is http://192.168.18.1. You can connect to this IP address using your web browser after connecting your PC to one of Ethernet ports of the Beacon 6 (HA-

0336G-A). The static IP address of your PC must be in the same 192.168.18.x subnet as the

Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Note: When the Beacon 6 is in Bridge mode, there is no IP address to connect to the web-based GUI. In that case, use the following URL to log in: http://www.webgui.nokiawifi.com (http://www.webgui.nokiawifi.com)

The Login page displays.

Figure: Web GUI Login page

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2. Click Sign in. The Overview page displays.

The following figure shows the web-based GUI dashboard for the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A). Multilingual support is available when device names are displayed in the dashboard.

Figure: Web-based GUI dashboard

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Note: To help protect the security of your Internet connection, the application displays a pop-up reminder to change both the WiFi password and the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A) password.

To increase password security, use a minimum of 10 characters, consisting of a mix of numbers and upper and lowercase letters.

A password must adhere to the following password rules:

  • The password length must be from 8 to 24 characters.
  • The first character must be a digital number or a letter.
  • The password must contain at least two types of characters: numbers, letters, or special characters.
  • The same character must not appear more than 8 times in a row.
  • Old password cannot be equal to new password.
  • New password cannot be null.
  • At least two-character classes are required.
  • The same character cannot appear consecutively eight times.

Status

Viewing device information

1. Click Status→Device info in the left The Device info page displays the onboarding status of the device. Click the right arrow icon to view the device information and connectivity status of the device.

Device Information parameters:

Field                                Description

Device Name                 Name on the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Serial Number               Serial number of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

MAC address                 Network address of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

IP address                      IP address of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Software Version           Software version of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Hardware Version          Hardware version of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Boot Version                  Boot version of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Running Time                The duration device has run since the last reset in hours, minutes, and seconds. Chipset                          Chipset of the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Vendor                           Name of the vendor.

2. Click Add Wi-Fi point + to add an extender Beacon 6.

3. Click Continue with Web GUI to continue with the GUI.

4. Enter the serial number of the extender Nokia WiFi beacon device and click Add.

 

Viewing LAN status

1. Click Status→LAN status in the left pane. The LAN status page displays the following information.

LAN Status parameters:

Field                                           Description

LAN Wireless Info

Wireless Status                       Indicates whether the wireless is on or off.

Wireless Channel                    Wireless channel number.

Wireless Encryption

Status                                     Encryption type used on the wireless connection. The encryption types are:

                                              1. Wireless 2.4G- WPA/WPA2 Personal, WPA3 Personal, WEPEncryption,                                                            Open/none, WPA2/WPA3 Personal, WPA/WPA2 Enterprise

                                              2. Wireless 5G low- WPA/WPA2 Enterprise,WPA2-                                                                                                AES,WPA2+WPA,WPA3+WPA2, Open/none

                                             3. Wireless 5G high- WPA/WPA2 Enterprise,WPA2-                                                                                             AES,WPA2+WPA,WPA3+WPA2, Open/none

Wireless Rx packets              Indicates the received packets.

Wireless Tx packets              Indicates the transmitted packets.

Wireless Tx bytes                  Indicates the transmitted bytes.

Wireless Rx bytes                 Indicates the received bytes.

Power Transmission             Power of the wireless transmission, in milliwatts (mW).

LAN Ethernet Info

Ethernet Status                     Indicates whether the Ethernet connection is on or off.

Ethernet IP Address              IP address of the Ethernet connection.

Ethernet Subnet Mask         Subnet mask of the Ethernet connection.

Ethernet MAC Address         MAC address of the Ethernet connection.

Ethernet Rx packets              Indicates the received packets.

Ethernet Tx packets              Indicates the transmitted packets.

Ethernet Tx bytes                  Indicates the transmitted bytes.

Ethernet Rx bytes                 Indicates the received bytes.

Info

Status                                     Displays the status of LAN1 and LAN2.

Duplex Mode                         Displays the duplex mode of LAN1 and LAN2.

Max bit rate                           Displays the maximum bit rate of LAN1 and LAN2.

Errors received                      Displays error received in bytes.

Errors sent                             Displays error transmitted in bytes.

Packets received                    Displays the received packets.

Packets sent                          Displays the transmitted packets

Bytes received                       Displays the received bytes.

Bytes sent                              Displays the transmitted bytes.

 

Viewing WAN status

1. Click Status→WAN status in the left The WAN status page displays the following information.

WAN Status parameters:

Field                                 Description

WAN connection list      Select the WAN connection for which to display the WAN status from the list. Access Type                   Displays the access type for the selected WAN connection.

Connection Mode          Connection mode of the WAN connection.

VLAN                              Indicates the VLAN ID.

WAN Link Status            Indicates if the WAN link is up or down.

IPv4 address                   Indicated the IP address.

Netmask                         Indicates netmask address.

Gateway                          Indicates the gateway address.

Primary DNS                   Enter the primary domain name server address.

Secondary DNS              Enter the secondary domain name server address.

Ethernet Link Status       Indicates if the Ethernet link is up or down.

Tx Packets                       Indicates the transmitted packets.

Rx Packets                       Indicates the received packets.

Tx Dropped                     Indicates the dropped transmitted packets.

Rx Dropped                    Indicates the dropped received packets.

Err Packets                      Indicates the error packets.

 

Viewing WAN status IPv6

1. Click Status→WAN status IPv6 in the left pane. The WAN status IPv6 page displays the following information.

WAN Status parameters:

Field                                 Description

WAN connection list      Select the WAN connection for which to display the WAN status from the list. Access type                    Displays the access type for the selected WAN connection.

Connection mode          Connection mode of the WAN connection.

VLAN                              Indicates the VLAN ID.

WAN Link Status             Indicates if the WAN link is up or down.

IP Address(v6)                 Indicated the IPv6 address.

IPv6 address prefix         Indicates IPv6 address prefix.

Gateway(v6)                   Indicates the gateway address.

Ethernet Link Status       Indicates if the Ethernet link is up or down.

Tx Packets                       Indicates the transmitted packets.

Rx Packets                      Indicates the received packets.

Tx Dropped                    Indicates the dropped transmitted packets.

Rx Dropped                   Indicates the dropped received packets.

Err Packets                     Indicates the error packets.

 

Viewing home networking information

1. Click Status→Home network in the left The Home Network page displays the following information.

Home Network parameters:

Field                                         Description

LAN Wireless Info

Ethernet                                 Number of connected devices connected through Ethernet.

Wireless (2.4GHz)                  Displays the number of a connected devices for a connection type.

Wireless (5GHz-Low              Displays the number of a connected devices for a connection type.

Band)                           

Wireless (5GHz-High            Displays the number of a connected devices for a connection type.

Band)

Wireless Settings (2.4GHz and (5GHz-Low Band and 5GHz-High Band))

Network Name                       Name of the wireless network access point.

Access Point                           Hexadecimal address of the wireless access point.

Local Devices

Table entry                             Each entry indicates the status (active or inactive), connection type, device

Address, Hardware address and IP address allocation of each connected local device.

 

You can click Delete to delete a local device.

 

Viewing statistics

Click Status→Statistics in the left pane. The Statistics page displays the related statistics information.

 

Maintenance

Configuring the password

A password must adhere to the following password rules:

  • The password may consist of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digital numbers, and the following special characters ! # + , - / @ _ : = ]
  • The password length must be from 8 to 24 characters
  • The first character must be a digital number or a letter
  • The password must contain at least two types of characters: numbers, letters, or special characters
  • The same character must not appear more than 8 times in a row

When the password meets the password rules, the application displays the message “Your password has been changed successfully”.

When the password does not meet the password rules, the application displays a message to indicate which password rule has not been followed, for example:

  • The password is too short.
  • The password is too long.
  • The first character cannot be a special character.
  • There are not enough character classes.

1. Click Maintenance→Password in the left pane. 

2. Configure the following parameters:

Password parameters:

Field                                   Description

Original password            Enter the current password.

New password                 Enter the new password (must adhere to the password rules).

Re-enter password          Re-enter the password. The new password must match entered above.

Prompt message              Enter the password prompt message.

3. Click Save.

 

Managing the device

1. Click Maintenance→Device management in the left pane. 

2. Configure the following parameters:

Device Management parameters:

Field                             Description

Host Name                  Select a host from the list. Three multilingual host names can be listed.

MAC address               Displays the MAC address.

Host Alias                    Enter an alias for the selected host. Three multilingual aliases can be listed.

3. Click the Add + to add a host. The host is added to the table.

 

Restoring the configuration

1. Click Maintenance→Backup and restore in the left pane.

2. Click Select and select the previously backed-up configuration file.

3. Click Import to import the previously backed-up configuration file.

Result: The Done upload message displays next to the Import button and reboot is triggered

 

Backing up the configuration

1. Click Maintenance→Backup and restore in the left pane.

2. Click Export to export the configuration file.

When you export a file, there is a prompt to Save the file to the local PC with the default filename as config.cfg.

 

Upgrading firmware

1. Click Maintenance→Firmware upgrade in the left pane. 

2. Click Select to select the file for firmware upgrade.

3. Click Upgrade to upgrade the firmware.

 

Rebooting the device

1. Click Maintenance→Reboot device in the left pane. 

2. Click Start to reboot the device.

 

Resetting to factory defaults

1. Click Maintenance→Factory default in the left pane. 

2. Click Start to reset the configuration to factory default settings.

 

Diagnosing WAN connections

1. Click Maintenance→Diagnostics in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters.

Diagnostics parameters:

Field                                                                          Description

WAN Connection List                               Choose a WAN connection to diagnose from the list.

IP or Domain Name                                  Enter the IP address or domain name.

Ping                                                           Enable or disable the ping.

Traceroute                                                 Enable or disable the traceroute.

Ping Try Times                                           Enter the number of ping attempts to perform.

Packet Length                                            Enter a ping packet length.

Max number of trace hops (1 ~ 255)        Enter the maximum number of trace hops (1-255); the default is                                                                    30.

3. Click Start test. Results are displayed at the bottom of the page. Click Cancel to cancel the test.

 

Viewing log files

1. Click Maintenance→Log from the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

Log parameters:

Field                           Description

Writing Level              Choose a write level from the list to determine which types of events are recorded in the log file:

                • Emergency
                • Alert
                • Critical
                • Error
                • Warning
                • Notice
                • Informational
                • Debug

Reading Level             Choose a read level from the drop-down menu to determine which types of events                                     are recorded in the log file:

                • Emergency
                • Alert
                • Critical
                • Error
                • Warning
                • Notice
                • Informational
                • Debug

The log file is displayed at the bottom of the page.

3. Click Save to save the log file.

 

Configuring Security

Configuring firewall

1. Click Security→Firewall in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

Firewall parameters:

Field                           Description

Security Level          Select the security level from the list:

              • Off: No firewall security is in effect.
              • Low: Pre-routing is supported: port forwarding, DMZ, host application, and host drop. Also supported are application services: DDNS, DHCP, DNS, H248, IGMP, NTP client, SSH, Telnet, TFTP, TR-069, and VoIP. The following types of ICMP messages are permitted: echo request and reply, destination unreachable, and TTL exceeded. Other types of ICMP messages are blocked. DNS proxy is supported from LAN to WAN but not from WAN to LAN.
              • High: Pre-routing and application services are not supported. UDP Port 8000 can be used to access the services, for example FTP can use 8021 and Telnet can use 8023. Regular UDP cannot be used. RG access is permitted via the LAN side but not via the WAN side.

Attack Protection          Select an option to enable or disable attack protection from the list. The default is                                        Disable.

 

Configuring MAC filter

1. Click Security→MAC filter from the left pane. 

2. Configure the following parameters.

MAC filter parameters:

Field                                        Description

Ethernet Interface

Mac Filter Mode                    Choose the MAC filter mode from this drop-down menu: Blocked or Allowed. LAN Port                                Select the desired LAN ports.

Mac Address                          Select a MAC address from the drop-down menu or enter the address in the                                                 text field.

WiFi SSID

Mac Filter Mode                    Choose the MAC filter mode from this drop-down menu: Blocked or Allowed. SSID select                             Select the desired SSID.

Enabled                                 Enable or disable the SSID.

Mac Address                         Select a MAC address from the drop-down menu or enter the address in the                                                text field.

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring IP filter

1. Click Security→IP filter from the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters.

IP filter parameters:

Field                                                                 Description

Enable IP Filter                                             Select this toggle button to enable an IP filter.

Mode                                                           Choose an IP filter mode from the list:

                            • Drop for upstream
                            • Drop for downstream
                            • Accept for upstream/downstream

Internal Client                                            Choose an internal client from the drop-down menu:

                            • Customer setting - uses the IP address input below.
                            • IP - uses the connecting devices' IP to the ONT. Local IP address Local IP address.

Source Subnet Mask                                Source subnet mask.

Remote IP Address                                  Remote IP address.

Destination subnet mask                        Destination subnet Mask.

Protocol                                                   Choose an application protocol or all from the list.

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring DMZ and ALG

1. Click Security→DMZ and ALG in the left pane.

2. Configure the following ALG parameters:

ALG parameters:

Field                                 Description

ALG Config                     Select the toggle button to enable the protocols to be supported:

                • FTP
                • TFTP
                • SIP
                • H323
                • RTSP
                • L2TP
                • IPSEC
                • PPTP

Click Save.

3. Configure the following DMZ parameters:

DMZ parameters:

Field                                     Description

WAN Connection List         Select a WAN connection from the list.

Enable DMZ                        Select this toggle button to enable DMZ on the selected WAN connection.

DMZ IP address                  Select Custom Settings and enter the DMZ IP address or select the IP address                                             of a connected device from the list.

4. Click Save.

 

Configuring Access control

1. Click Security→Access control in the left pane. 

2. Configure the following parameters:

Access control parameters:

Field                                     Description

WAN Connection List        Select a WAN connection from the list.
ICMP, Telnet, SSH,
HTTP, TR069, HTTPS,
SFTP                                  Select an access control level for each protocol: WAN side: Allow, Deny, or                                                    Trusted Network Only. LAN side: Allow or Deny.
Trusted Network
Source IP Start                  Enter a start IP address for the new subnet trusted network.
Source IP End                   Enter an end IP address for the new subnet trusted network.

3. Click Add + to add more trusted network.

 

Configuring LAN

1. Click Network→LAN in the left pane.

2. Configure the following LAN parameters:

LAN parameters:

Field                                                         Description

IPv4 Address                          Enter IP address of the device.
Subnet Mask                          Enter the subnet mask of the device.
DHCP Enable                         Select this toggle button to enable DHCP.
                                              if this toggle button is not enabled, the DHCP functionality cannot be used.                                                  There is no need to enter the DHCP IP Address, DHCP End IP Address and                                                    DHCP Lease Time if this toggle button is not enabled.
DHCP Start IP Address          Enter the starting range of the DHCP IP address.
DHCP End IP Address           Enter the ending range of the DHCP IP address.
DHCP Lease Time                 Enter the DHCP lease time (in minutes).
Primary DNS                         Enter the primary domain name server address.
Secondary DNS                    Enter the secondary domain name server address.

3. Click Save.

4. Configure the following Static DHCP parameters:

Static DHCP parameters:

Field                                          Description

MAC Address              Enter the hexadecimal MAC address to associate to the LAN.

IPv4 Address               Enter the IP address to associate to the bound MAC address.

5. Click Add.

Repeat these steps for all MAC addresses to be bound.

 

Configuring LAN IPv6

1. Click Network→LAN IPv6 in the left pane.

2. Configure the following LAN parameters:

LAN parameters:

Field                                                                 Description

IPv6 LAN Host Configuration

DNS Server                                      Enter IP address of the device.

Prefix Config                                    Enter the subnet mask of the device.

Interface                                          Select this toggle button to enable DHCP.

                                                        if this toggle button is not enabled, the DHCP functionality cannot be                                                            used. There is no need to enter the DHCP IP Address, DHCP End IP                                                                Address and DHCP Lease Time if this toggle button is not enabled.

DHCPv6 Server Pool

DHCP Start IP Address                   Enter the starting range of the DHCP IP address.

DHCP End IP Address                    Enter the ending range of the DHCP IP address.

Whether the address info             Select this toggle button if the IP address is obtained through DHCP.

through

DHCP

Whether the other info               Select this toggle button if other information is obtained through DHCP.

obtained through DHCP

Maximum interval for periodic  

RA

messages                                   Enter the maximum interval (in seconds) for periodic Router

                                                   Advertisement messages. The interval range is from 4 to 1800.

Minimum interval for

periodic RA

messages                                  Enter the minimum interval (in seconds) for periodic Router Advertisement                                                    messages. The interval range is from 4 to 1800.

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring WAN

1. Click Network→WAN in the left pane. The WAN page displays.

2. Configure the following parameters.

WAN parameters - Route Mode:

Field                                     Description

WAN Connection List             Select WAN connection from the list to set the connection parameters. Enabled                                  Enable or disable the WAN connection.

Connection Type                    Select a connection type:

                    • IPoE
                    • PPPoE

IP Mode                                  Enable or disable the IP Mode.

NAT                                         Enable or disable the NAT.

TR-069                                    Enable or disable the TR-069.

Internet                                   Enable or disable the TR-069.

IPTV                                        Enable or disable the IPTV.

Enable VLAN                          Select this toggle button to enable VLAN.

VLAN ID                                 Enter the VLAN ID The allowed range is 2 to 4094.

VLAN PRI                               Enter the VLAN PRI. VLAN priority allows to assign a priority to outbound                                                    packets containing the specified VLAN-ID. The range is 0 to 7.

WAN IP Mode                       Indicates whether the IP mode is DHCP or Static.

IPv4 address                          Enter the IPv4 address.

3. Click Save to Save the WAN configuration.

You can:

  • Click Delete to delete the WAN configuration.

Configuring WAN DHCP

1. Click Network→WAN DHCP in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

WAN DHCP parameters:

Field                                          Description

WAN Connection List             Select a WAN connection from the list.

Enable DHCP Option 60        Select this toggle button to enable DHCP Option 60 (vendor class identifier). Enable DHCP Option 61        Select this toggle button to enable DHCP Option 61 (Client Identifier 61).

Enable DHCP Option 77        Select this toggle button to enable DHCP Option 77 (User Class Information).

Enable DHCP Option 90        Select this toggle button to enable DHCP Option 90 (Authentication Information).

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring Wireless (2.4GHz)

1. Click Network→Wireless (2.4 GHz) in the left pane. 

2. Configure the following parameters:

Wireless (2.4GHz) parameters:

Field                                Description

Wireless (2.4GHz)

Mode                               Select a Wi-Fi mode from the list.

                • auto (b/g/n/ax)
                • b
                • g
                • b/g
                • n/g
                • ax/g

Bandwidth                     Select 20 MHz or 40 MHz from the list or select Auto to auto-assign.

Channel                         Select a channel from the list or select Auto to auto-assign.

Transmitting Power       Select the percentage transmitting power from the list.

WMM                            Select this toggle button to enable or disable wireless multimedia.

Total MAX Users            Enter the maximum numbers of users.

SSID Configuration

SSID Select                   Select the SSID from the list.

SSID Name                   Enter the SSID name.

Enable SSID                  Select an option to enable or disable SSID from this list.

SSID Broadcast             Select an option to enable or disable SSID broadcast from this list.

MAX Users                    Enter the maximum number of MAX users.

                                     This field refers to the maximum number of WiFi connections that are allowed.

                                     The maximum users allowed are 128.

Encryption Mode          Select an encryption mode from the list:

                • WPA/WPA2 Personal
                • WPA/WPA2 Enterprise
                • WPA3 Personal
                • Open
                • WPA2/WPA3 Personal

WPA Version                  Select a WPA version from the list:

                • WPA2
                • WPA/WPA2

WPA Encryption            Select a WPA encryption mode from the list:

Mode

                • AES
                • TKIP/AES

WPA Key                       Enter the WPA key.

Enable WPS                  Enable or disable WPS from this list

WPS Mode                   Select a WPS mode from the list:

                • PBC
                • STA PIN
                • AP PIN

3. If you have enabled and configured WPS, click WPS connect.

Result: The WPS success message displays near the WPS connect button.

4. Click Save.

 

Configuring Wireless (5GHz-Low Band or 5GHz-High Band)

1. Click any of the following tabs in the left pane:

  • Network→Wireless (5GHz- Low Band). The Wireless (5GHz-Low Band) page displays.
  • Network→Wireless (5GHz- High Band). The Wireless (5GHz-High Band) page displays

2. Configure the following parameters

Wireless (5GHz) parameters:

Field                             Description

Wireless (5GHz)

Enable                         Select this toggle button to enable WiFi.

Bandwidth                  Select from:

              • 20 MHz
              • 40 MHz
              • 80 MHz
              • Auto

Channel                      Select a channel from the list or select Auto to have the channel automatically                                             assigned.

Transmitting              Select a percentage for the transmitting power from the list:

Power

              • Low (25%)
              • Medium (50%)
              • High (75%)
              • Maximum (100%)

WMM                        Select this toggle button to enable or disable wireless multimedia.

Total MAX Users        Enter the total number of MAX users. The maximum users allowed is 128.

Enable MU-MMO       Select Enable or Disable from the list. This can be enabled when multiple users are                                     trying to access the wireless network When this parameter is enabled, multiple

                                   users can access router functions without the congestion.

SSID Configuration

SSID Select                Select the SSID from the list.

SSID Name               Change the name of the selected SSID.

Enable SSID              Select Enable or Disable from this list.

SSID Broadcast         Select Enable or Disable from this list.

MAX Users                Enter the maximum number of users

Encryption Mode      Select an encryption mode from the list:

              • WPA2-AES
              • WPA2+WPA
              • WPA3+WPA2
              • WPA3
              • WPA/WPA2 Enterprise 1 2
              • NONE-OPEN

WPA Key                    Enter the WPA key.

Enable WPS               Select Enable or disable WPS from this list.

WPS Mode                Select the required WPS mode from the list:

              • PBC
              • STA PIN
              • AP PIN

Notes:

  1. When Encryption Mode is set to “WPA/WPA2 Enterprise”, the following options are no longer available: WPA encryption mode, WPA key, Enable WPS, WPS mode.
  2. When Encryption Mode is set to “WPA/WPA2 Enterprise”, the following options become available: Primary RADIUS server, port and password; Secondary RADIUS server, port, and password; RADIUS accounting port.

3. If you have enabled and configured WPS, click WPS connect.

Result: The WPS success message displays near the WPS connect button.

4. Click Save.

 

Configuring IP Routing

1. Click Network→IP routing in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

IP Routing parameters:

Field                                        Description

Enable IP routing                  Select this toggle button to enable static routing.

Destination IP Address         Enter the destination IP address.

Destination Netmask            Enter the destination network mask.

Gateway                                Enter the gateway address.

IPv4 Interface                        Select a WAN connection previously created in the WAN page from the list.

Forwarding Policy                 Enter the range for the forwarding policy.

3. Click Add.

 

Configuring DNS

1. Click Network→DNS in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

DNS parameters:

Field                             Description

DNS Proxy                   Select this toggle button to enable

                                    DNS proxy. Click Save to Save the proxy.

Domain Name             

IPv4 Address               Enter the domain name and domain IP address and click ADD.

Origin Domain

New Domain              Enter the origin domain name and new domain name and click ADD.

 

You can click Delete to delete a domain.

 

Configuring TR-069

1. Click Network→TR-069 in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

TR-069 network parameters:

Field                                           Description

Periodic inform enable           Select this toggle button to enable periodic inform updates.

Periodic inform interval(s)      Enter the time between periodic inform updates, in seconds.

URL                                         Enter the URL of the auto-configuration server.

Username                               Enter the username used to log in to the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Password                                Enter the password used to log in to the Beacon 6 (HA-0336G-A).

Connect request username   Enter the username used to log in to the auto-configuration server.

Connect request password    Enter the password used to log in to the auto-configuration server.

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring QoS

1. Click Network→QoS config in the left pane. 

2. Configure the following parameters:

QoS Config parameters:

Field                                           Description

Exclude                                    Enable to exclude the MAC address.

Interface                                  Select an interface from the list. Classification row

DSCP Remark                          Enter the value for the DSCP mark (range: 0-63); valid only for L3 Criteria.

802.1p Remark                        Enter the value for the 802.1p (range: 0-7).

Forwarding Policy                    Enter the number for the forwarding policy (range: 1-7).

3. Click Add to add a new QoS policy.

 

Configuring the application

Configuring port forwarding 

1. Click Application→Port forwarding in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

Port Forwarding parameters:

Field                               Description

Application Name         Select an application name from the list.

WAN Port                      Enter the WAN port range. The maximum range is 32.

LAN Port                       Enter the LAN port range. The maximum range is 32.

Internal Client               Select a connected device from the list and enter the associated IP address.

Protocol                        Select the port forwarding protocol from the list:

                • TCP
                • UDP
                • TCP/UDP

WAN Connection

List                               Select a WAN connection from the list. Only active devices are shown on this list.

3. Click Save to add port forwarding information to the table.

Note: You can click Delete corresponding to a row in the table to delete a configuration.

 

Configuring port triggering

1. Click Application→Port triggering in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

Port Triggering parameters:

Field                                      Description

Application Name                Select an application name from the list.

Open Port                            Enter the open port range.

Triggering Port                     Enter the triggering port range.

Expire Time                          Enter the expiration time in seconds.

Open Protocol                     Select the open port protocol from the list:

                    • TCP
                    • UDP
                    • TCP/UDP

Trigger Protocol                   Select the triggering port protocol from the list:

                    • TCP
                    • UDP
                    • TCP/UDP

Enable Triggering                 Select this toggle button to enable port triggering.

WAN Connection List           Select a WAN connection from the list.

                                             Only active devices are shown on this list.

3. Click the Save to add port triggering information to the table.

You can click Delete corresponding to a row in the table to delete a configuration.

 

Configuring DDNS

1. Click Application→DDNS in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

DDNS parameters:

Field                                      Description

WAN Connection List         Select a WAN connection from the list.

Enable DDNS                     Select this toggle button to enable DDNS on the selected WAN connection.

                                           If this toggle button is not enabled, the DNS request will not be sent out from                                             Beacon.

ISP                                       Select an ISP from the list.

Domain Name                     Enter the domain name of the DDNS server.

Username                            Enter the username of the DDNS server.

Password                             Enter the password of the DDNS server.

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring NTP

1. Click Application→NTP in the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters:

NTP parameters:

Field                                     Description

Enable NTP Service          Select the Enable NTP Service toggle button.

Current Time                    Displays the current time and date of the service.

Primary Time Server         Displays the primary server URL.

Secondary Time

Server                              Displays the secondary server URL.

Third Time Server            Displays the third server URL.

Interval Time                   Enter the password of the DDNS server.

Time Zone                       Indicates the current time zone of the server.

3. Click Save.

 

Configuring UPNP and DLNA

1. Click Application→UPNP and DLNA in the left pane.

2. Select the Enable UPnP/DLNA toggle button to enable UPnP.

If this toggle button is not enabled, the UPNP and DLNA process will not start.

3. Click Save.

 

Troubleshooting

1. Click Troubleshooting from the left pane.

2. Configure the following parameters.

Troubleshooting parameters:

Field                                                         Description

WAN Connection List                            Select the required connection list from the list.

WAN Status                                           Displays whether the WAN status is active.

US Throughput                                     This test is used to determine the upstream throughput/speed.

                                                             Click US speed test to specify the time for the upstream test. The                                                                   default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server.

DS Throughput                                     This test is used to determine the downstream throughput/speed.

                                                              Click DS speed test to specify the time for the downstream test.                                                                    The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server.

US Packet Loss                                      The number of upstream packages lost.

DS Packet Loss                                      The number of downstream packages lost.

Latency                                                  This test is used to determine the lowest round-trip time in                                                                            milliseconds by pinging the target server multiple times.

                                                              Click Latency test to specify the time for the test.

                                                              The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server.

DNS Response Time                             This test is used to determine the lowest round-trip time in                                                                            milliseconds by sending a request to the target DNS server.

                                                              Click DNS response test to specify the time for the test.

                                                              The default is weekly, performed at idle to a public server.