Draytek VigorAccess Download Firmware

Available 3 files for VigorAccess
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess
Description
Release Note for Firmware
Operating Systems
Document PDF
Version Firmware
2.10.2.20.M
Size Firmware
18Kb
File Name
59096f7bb86058205939e4d65f51a70120091020015316981580-releasenote.pdf
Info
Release Note for VigorAccess DSL module
Firmware Version: 2.10.2.20.M
Built Date: July 2, 2009
Applied Models:
VigorAccess A24M, VigorAccess A24S
VigorAccess IVD Slave
New Features
?? None
Improvement
?? Change DSP code from E67.4.78 to E67.4.128 on AnnexA to solve port lockup.
?? Change DSP code from E67.1.87 to E67.1.128 on AnnexM to solve port lockup.
?? Change DSP code from E74.1.22 to E74.1.44 on AnnexB to solve port lockup.
?? Fixed: IOP problem in some web browsers.
?? Fixed: Crash and reboot problem of 2.10.2.20.A on TTML.
?? IGMP leave message was sent out on each IGMP group respectively. Now, only the last
IGMP leave message will be sent out on each IGMP group.
?? Fix the GAG errors for factory default settings while rebooting the device.
?? Change FAN detection to avoid system hang.
Known Issue
?? Remove firmware upgrade web page temporarily. We found some IOP problem with some
web browser. It will cause system crash. We will fix it in next version.
Notes
?? None.
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess
Description
User Guide for Firmware
Operating Systems
User Guide
Version Firmware
2.10.2.20.M
Size Firmware
835Kb
File Name
5735ecc02e9969b175121b3195b5f52820091020015316163465-installation-guide-v1.01.zip
Info
1. Introduction........................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Features of Vigor Access ........................................................................................................... 1
1.1.1 General Features .......................................................................................................... 1
1.1.2 Quality of Service (QoS) ............................................................................................... 3
1.1.3 Security ......................................................................................................................... 4
1.1.4 Packet Filtering ............................................................................................................. 5
1.1.5 ATM Features ............................................................................................................... 5
1.2 Applications ............................................................................................................................... 6
1.2.1 General Application Scenario ....................................................................................... 7
1.2.2 Commercial Application Scenario ................................................................................. 8
2. Panel Explanation................................................................................................. 9
2.1 System Architecture Overview ................................................................................................... 9
2.2 Master and Slave Devices ......................................................................................................... 9
2.3 Panel of Master Device .............................................................................................................11
2.3.1 Master Connector........................................................................................................ 11
2.3.2 Master LED Indication................................................................................................. 12
2.4 Panel of Slave Device .............................................................................................................. 14
2.4.1 Slave Connector.......................................................................................................... 14
2.4.2 Slave LED Indication................................................................................................... 15
3. Installation and Connection............................................................................... 16
3.1 Rack-Mounted Installation........................................................................................................ 16
3.2 Desktop Placement .................................................................................................................. 17
3.3 Frame Ground Installation........................................................................................................ 18
3.4 ADSL Port Connection ............................................................................................................. 19
3.4.1 MDF (Main Distribution Frame)................................................................................... 19
3.4.2 Scenario – Master Device Standalone........................................................................ 20
2.4.3 Scenario – Master and One Slave Devices ................................................................ 21
2.4.4 Scenario – Master and Six Slave Devices.................................................................. 22
2.4.5 Scenario – Slave Device Standalone.......................................................................... 23
3.4.6 CPP (Centric Patch Panel) ......................................................................................... 24
3.5 Power Connection.................................................................................................................... 26
3.5.1 For AC Power.............................................................................................................. 26
3.5.2 For DC Power ............................................................................................................. 26
3.6 Optical Fiber Connection.......................................................................................................... 27
3.7 Console Port Connection ......................................................................................................... 29
3.7.1 For Master Device....................................................................................................... 29
3.7.2 For Slave Device......................................................................................................... 29
3.8 Management Port Connection ................................................................................................. 31
3.8.1 For Master Device....................................................................................................... 31
3.8.2 For Slave Device......................................................................................................... 31
3.9 Subtend Port Connection ......................................................................................................... 32
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess
Description
Quick User Guide for Firmware
Operating Systems
User Guide
Version Firmware
2.10.2.20.M
Size Firmware
619Kb
File Name
3ba45b8823ff39631113f85f890787d920091020015316283943-quick-start-guide-v1.0.zip
Info
Network Topology Overview
Above diagram shows the basic network topology (example) among master device, slave device, MDF, CPE
(ATU-R) router and user’s computer. One thing is important – always set the VPI/VCI value for the CPE the
same as the ones configured in master and slave IP DSLAM. The default setting for VPI/VCI of IP DSLAM is
8/35. By the way, the values for these devices can be changed (yet must match with CPE) if necessary. Please
finish all the connections according to the real situation of the environment for the devices.
Note: A master device connects to Internet through UP-G connector. Yet, a slave device also can work
alone without connecting the master device. For a standalone slave device, please use UP1or UP2 to access
Internet with Ethernet cable.

Management for VigorAccess
If users want to configure or monitor the devices, there are some methods provided here to utilize. The MGN
port on the master device allows you to make control remotely; yet the Console port on the master/slave device
only allows you to make control locally.
Note: If you are not used to configure the settings with terminal emulator software or Telnet commands,
you can use VigorCMS (SNMP-based) software to manage these devices. For the detailed information,
please contact your dealer.
VigorAccess can be managed via MGN, Console, even Uplink Ports. It depends on your necessity.

Port Connection for Management
No matter what tool you would like to use for managing master and/or slave device, the first thing you have to
do is making correct port connection.

For Master Device For Slave Device
Connect to a PC through
CONSOLE port. It is useful for
controlling the device locally.
Connect to a PC through MGN
port. It is useful for controlling
the master device remotely.
Connect to a PC through
CONSOLE port. It is useful for
controlling the device locally.

Configuration by Using Terminal Emulator Software
??How to Login with a Terminal Emulator Software
For Master Device For Slave Device
1. The default setting is “baud rate 9600, no
parity, and 8 bit with 1 stop bit (N,8,1)”.
2. Use any terminal emulator software for
executing commands.
Username – admin
Password – 1234
1.The default setting is “baud rate 9600, no parity,
and 8 bit with 1 stop bit (N,8,1)”.
2. Use any terminal emulator software for executing
commands.
Username – admin;
No Password
??How to Login to DSL Module for Managing DSLAM
Both master and slave devices have DSL module installed. The DSL module plays the core role for
aggregating all ATM traffic coming from DSL ports to the uplink Ethernet interface, and vice versa.
Through the master controller in the master device, administrator can login to the DSL module inside
master or slave device for managing DSLAM.
To DSL Module in Master Device To DSL Module in Slave Device
There are two ways provided:
- Admin>dsl -c (press to return)
- Admin>dsl -m (‘exit’ to return)
Only one slave device can be logged in at one time.
- Admin>dsl -s n (type ‘exit’ to return),
n is “1” to “6” indicating the port
the slave device connects to
??How to Plug and Play Slave Device
By default, ports G1 to G6 on master device are disabled. If the slave connects to the master device,
please refer to the picture below to ensure the connection is well.
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