Draytek VigorAccess A48 Download Firmware

Available 4 files for VigorAccess A48
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess A48
Description
Release Note for Firmware
Operating Systems
Document PDF
Version Firmware
2.10.2.24.0
Size Firmware
35Kb
File Name
59096f7bb86058205939e4d65f51a70120091102100204454379-releasenote.pdf
Info
Release Note for VigorAccess IPDSLAM module
Firmware Version: 2.10.2.24.0
Date: Oct 21, 2009
Applied Models:
VigorAccess IPDSLAM A48
New Features
?? None
Improvement
?? Corrected: when over night test is done by IXIA via SFP port, data loss and CRC error
will happen to G4 port.
?? Corrected: multicast content on DSL IGMP status is cleared and causes break down of the
clients while testing IPTV mode.
?? Corrected: some problems of IP Configure in Web system.
?? Corrected: error message of "$Igmp_HandleQryGrpInStableState
psGrpInfo->u32LastResponseTime=100" will be shown on DSL console while testing
IPTV mode.
?? Corrected: DHCP client cannot get dynamic IP address when DHCP option 82 is enabled.
?? Corrected: a message of "IGMP_QUERY EXIT Without Free Frame" appears via console
port while IPTV mode is tested and closed by the client.
?? Corrected: spelling error of title in PVC MAC profile on WUI.
Modify the title for the Web System and Bridge on WUI.
?? Modify the range of VCI with the values, 32~65535.
Known Issue
?? None
Notes
?? None
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess A48
Description
For Annex A / Annex M
Operating Systems
Firmware
Version Firmware
2.10.2.24.0
Size Firmware
2.9Mb
File Name
dsl-w-a48-m-1ge-2.10.2.24.0.zip
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess A48
Description
User Guide for Firmware
Operating Systems
User Guide
Version Firmware
2.10.2.24.0
Size Firmware
1.2Mb
File Name
823dae56e137288a96b6dbb23470742c20091102100304126098-users-guide-v1.0.zip
Info
1. Introduction........................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Features of VigorAccess ............................................................................................................ 1
1.2 Applications ............................................................................................................................... 6
1.2.1 General Application Scenario ....................................................................................... 7
1.2.2 Commercial Application Scenario ................................................................................. 8
1.3 Panel Explanation ...................................................................................................................... 9
2. Installation and Connection................................................................................11
2.1 Rack-Mounted Installation........................................................................................................ 12
2.2 Desktop Placement .................................................................................................................. 12
2.3 Frame Ground Installation........................................................................................................ 13
2.4 ADSL Port Connection ............................................................................................................. 14
2.4.1 MDF (Main Distribution Frame)................................................................................... 14
2.4.2 Scenario – Standalone................................................................................................ 15
2.4.3 Scenario – Cascade Installation ................................................................................. 16
2.4.4 Scenario – A24M and Six A48 Devices ...................................................................... 18
2.4.5 CPP (Centric Patch Panel) ......................................................................................... 20
2.5 Power Connection.................................................................................................................... 22
2.6 Optical Fiber Connection (SFP Optional)................................................................................. 24
2.7 Console Port Connection ......................................................................................................... 26
3. Web Configuration.............................................................................................. 27
3.1 System Configuration............................................................................................................... 27
3.1.1 Status .......................................................................................................................... 28
3.1.2 SNMP Config .............................................................................................................. 29
3.1.3 IP Config ..................................................................................................................... 30
3.1.4 Default Route .............................................................................................................. 30
3.1.5 Commit........................................................................................................................ 31
3.1.6 Reboot......................................................................................................................... 31
3.1.7 Firmware Upgrade ...................................................................................................... 31
3.1.8 Configuration Backup/Restore .................................................................................... 34
3.2 DSL Configuration .................................................................................................................... 36
3.2.1 Line Profile .................................................................................................................. 36
3.2.2 DSL Show ................................................................................................................... 39
3.2.3 Performance................................................................................................................ 41
3.3 PVC Configuration................................................................................................................... 41
3.3.1 PVC............................................................................................................................ 42
3.3.2 Mac Profile .................................................................................................................. 44
3.4 Bridge Configuration................................................................................................................. 44
3.4.1 VLAN........................................................................................................................... 45
3.4.2 Bridge......................................................................................................................... 47
3.4.3 Qos Profile .................................................................................................................. 49
Appendix A: Connectors........................................................................................ 51
A.1 RJ21 DSL Connector ............................................................................................................... 51
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek VigorAccess A48
Description
Quick User Guide for Firmware
Operating Systems
User Guide
Version Firmware
2.10.2.24.0
Size Firmware
236Kb
File Name
3ba45b8823ff39631113f85f890787d920091102100304266082-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: For standalone usage, the device can connect to Internet through G1or G2 connector with Ethernet
cable directly.

Management for VigorAccess
If users want to configure or monitor the devices, there are some methods provided here to utilize. The G1/G2
port on the IDPSLAM 48 device allows you to make control remotely; yet the Console port on the IDPSLAM
48 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 G1/G2, Console, even Uplink Ports (G3/G4). It depends on your necessity.
Port Connection for Management
No matter what tool you would like to use for managing IPDSLAM 48, the first thing you have to do is making
correct port connection.
Connect to a PC through CONSOLE port. It is
useful for controlling the device locally.
Connect to a PC through G1/G2 port. It is useful for
controlling the device remotely.

Configuration by Using Terminal Emulator Software
How to Login with a Terminal Emulator Software
VigorAccess IP DSLAM 48 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.
Administrator can login to the DSL module inside for managing DSLAM.

How to Save the Configuration
To save the configuration for the DSL module
Type the following command to save the configuration. Next time, the saved configuration will be
invoked after powering on the device.

Configuration by Using Telnet
To use Telnet for managing IP DSLAM 48 device, refer to the following sections.
Default IP Settings for Slave Device
Proprietary DHCP is configured on UPLINK port in slave device by default. The IP address will be
assigned automatically when it connects to the master device.
??How to Configure IP Address for IP DSLAM 48
For one gigabit-ethernet interface version, please set as the following
- $ethernet intf ifname eth-0 ip mask usedhcp false
Change back to master-slave architecture, please set as the following
- $ethernet intf ifname eth-0 ip 0.0.0.0 mask 0.0.0.0 usedhcp true
??How to Login with Telnet
1.Make sure the device IP has been configured well.
2.Make sure the connection of UPLINK port is well done.
3.Open Telnet command screen.
4. Username/Password
- admin/1234 (type ‘exit’ to return)
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