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Quick Links. Download this manual. User Manual Motorola N8. Table of Contents. Motorola wireless voice gateway quick installation guide 32 pages. Motorola nvg voice gateway administrator's handbook pages. All Motorola Mobility LLC products are furnished under a license agreement included with the product. Page 6 1. Decide on a location for the N8. Wait for the DSL light on the front of the N8 to turn solid green steady and not blinking. This may take up to five minutes. Page 9: Wireless Wi-Fi Network Setup Because your computer detects the strongest wireless networks TIP: first, position it close within 10 feet to the N8, if you can, to ensure that you are connecting to your N8.
Connect your primary computer to the N8 wireless network. Follow these steps to add security to your wireless network and enable the fastest wireless speeds on your N8. Page 12 N8. Use the wireless tray or wireless settings Windows or the wireless menu option Mac OS to find and connect to the N8 one more time. This time you will need to enter your wireless network pass- word to complete your connection.
Page 13 If you forget your wireless password or key you can connect to the N8 using a wired Ethernet connection to retrieve the information. Use TIP Locate the yellow Ethernet cable included in the package. Insert the plug on one end of the cable into any of the four yellow ports on the back of the N8.
After you log in to the N8, the Quickstart page will appear. Use this section if you need to configure advanced options. This page provides information and statistics about the DSL connection, the configuration and identification of the N8, and the local address configuration.
Gateway Home Screen Page Connection - Select always-on default to make sure your N8 is always connected to the Internet. If you choose on-demand, your N8 will establish a connection to the Internet only when a request is made from your home network. You can use the User www. Page 19 Bridging - Use this setting if you require a device on the local area network LAN side of the N8 to establish a connection to your ser- vice provider.
In this mode, all traffic is passed through the N8, and it does not provide routing or security features. The N8 will serve DHCP addresses starting with the primary subnet and then serve addresses from additional subnets in the order they were added. Page Wireless - When this check box is selected default setting the wireless radio is enabled. Clear this box to disable the wireless radio.
No wire- less devices will be able to access the N8 when the radio is disabled. Connect to the N8 using Ethernet to turn the radio back on. Page 23 Make sure your wireless clients are running. Press the WPS push-button on the back of the N8 to begin the exchange, which may last up to two minutes. Do not power off your N8 during the exchange. The N8 will display a success message when the exchange has completed.
Wireless clients will still be able to communicate with the N8 and to wired Ethernet-con- nected interfaces connected to the N8. Adding additional SSIDs can be useful if you need to use different security settings between wireless networks.
Use the options below to create additional wireless networks on the N8. Page 26 WMM. Clear the box to disable WMM. When WMM is disabled, voice and video are treated the same as any other data. If WMM is enabled, the N8 examines each packet to determine the type of data in order to assign it to a queue. Using a whitelist or a blacklist you can limit access to the wireless network using a client's hardware ID. MAC filtering can limit access to a wireless network even if a client has the proper network access password or key.
Your home network uses private IP addresses, and the N8 keeps track of each device's request and translates it to the single public address as it goes out to the Internet.
Internal Address - Enter the private IP address of a device on the N8 local area network where traffic for this pinhole will be directed. Page Time Zone Apply Changes to save your update. Status This section displays statistics for the N8 ports and LAN, and it provides log entries that can be helpful for troubleshooting. The following sub-cat- Status egories of pages are available from the link in the links bar. This may have been auto-detected by the N8.
Status - Wireless Statistics Page Use the pull-down menu near the top of the page to choose the wireless network that you want to monitor. Page 36 IP subnets are configured, routing information is displayed for each subnet.
Host Routing Table This section displays the network, subnet mask, gateway and interface name for each host address assigned to the N8. When additional IP subnets are configured, routing information is displayed for each subnet. Utilities The Utilities category contains the following sub-categories, which will appear when the link is clicked in the links bar. When the N8 restarts, it loads the last saved configuration. All services will be disconnected while the N8 restarts.
Click to cancel the request and return to the N8 Home page. Reset Router Page Make sure you have written down any configuration information you need before resetting the N8! Page Update Router 6. Click Yes, restart Router to complete the upgrade. Home 7. Follow the on-screen instructions to log back into the N8. You can confirm that the new firmware is installed by clicking the page and looking for the Software Version. Click the link any time you are unsure about a configura- tion option or if you need additional information before making a change to the N8.
A: A flashing green light indicates that no cable is attached to the DSL port or that the N8 is negotiating a connection. A solid green DSL light along with a solid green Internet light indicates that an Internet connection is established. Page 46 Q: I forgot my password, how can I access my N8? If you don't remember the password, the only way to access the N8 is to reset it following the steps below: 1. Page Basic Troubleshooting Condition Indicators LED When all of your connections are made, the status LEDs on the front of your N8 will light, according to the following diagram: LEDs Showing Normal Operation The system status lights can indicate normal operation or abnormal conditions, and can be useful for troubleshooting.
Page 48 Negotiating connection to provider DSL network. Internet Steady green Connected to the provider network. Flashing green Activity on the provider network detected by N8. Activity Flashing green Activity detected on the provider network broadband connection. No broadband connection detected. Verify that the connection from the N8 to the phone jack is made with the telephone gray cable included with the N8. Page Adding Devices To The Wireless Network Adding Devices to the Wireless Network If you have difficulty adding devices to the N8 wireless network with the wireless tray or wireless settings Windows or the wireless menu option Mac OS , you may need these more detailed instructions.
The method used to connect to the network depends on the operating system. Locate the N8 network in the list. Select the network by touch- The default network name is an eight-digit number in the format TIP: ing or clicking the network name.
Click the menu, and then click on the shortcut. Click the N8 network entry in the Wireless Network Connec- The default network name is an eight-digit number in the format TIP: tions list of the information window.
Page Mac Os X Releases Port icon is located in the upper right hand corner near the system clock. The AirPort pull-down menu appears. Click the N8 network entry in the Wireless Network Connec- tions list of the information window. Click the Proper- ties button. An Internet Protocol Version 4 Properties window opens.
The Network and Sharing Control Panel group opens. Click the menu, and then click. Double-click Network Connections work Connections A Network Connections window opens, showing available network adapters. Local Area Con- 2. Right-click the network adapter may be labeled Click the adapter you are configuring Network Preferences Panel most cases in the adapter list.
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