Application notes

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M!DGE/MG102i

Application notes

version 4.0

9/12/2017


List of Figures

2.1. Server WAN status
2.2. NTP synchronization
2.3. OpenVPN Server Configuration
2.4. Missing certificates
2.5. Creating certificates
2.6. Created OpenVPN certificates
2.7. OpenVPN Clients
2.8. OpenVPN Networking (Client1 example)
2.9. OpenVPN Routes (Server’s subnet)
2.10. OpenVPN downloading Expert file
2.11. Enabling OpenVPN server
2.12. OpenVPN server is running
2.13. OpenVPN client configuration (midge1)
2.14. OpenVPN client – connected successfully
2.15. OpenVPN Routing
2.16. Checking OpenVPN tunnel via ping
2.17. OpenVPN Bridged mode
2.18. OpenVPN Server – bridged mode
2.19. OpenVPN Networking – bridged mode
2.20. OpenVPN Routes – bridged mode
2.21. Enabling OpenVPN server
2.22. OpenVPN client configuration – bridged mode
2.23. OpenVPN client HOME menu
2.24. Testing OpenVPN (ping from the client to the server)
2.25. Routing menu – bridged mode
2.26. IPsec
2.27. Creating IPsec tunnel
2.28. IPsec server’s General configuration
2.29. IPsec central’s IKE Proposal tab
2.30. IPsec central’s IPsec Proposal tab
2.31. IPsec central’s Networks tab
2.32. Enabling IPsec tunnel
2.33. MSS Adjustment
2.34. Client’s IPsec General tab
2.35. Client’s IPsec IKE Proposal
2.36. Client’s IPsec Networks tab
2.37. IPsec is established successfully
3.1. Basic Backup Example
3.2. Central M!DGE HOME menu
3.3. Central M!DGE LAN1 configuration
3.4. Central M!DGE WAN configuration
3.5. Mobile interface configuration
3.6. IPsec configuration
3.7. WAN Link Management
3.8. Supervision
3.9. WWAN link is UP
3.10. MobileIP with VPN tunnel example topology
3.11. Server’s Ethernet configuration
3.12. Server mobile connection is activated
3.13. NTP Configuration
3.14. Mobile IP Home agent configuration
3.15. Mobile nodes
3.16. OpenVPN server, Mobile IP
3.17. OpenVPN server – Networking
3.18. OpenVPN server – Routes
3.19. OpenVPN server – Downloading expert file
3.20. Enabling OpenVPN server
3.21. OpenVPN server and Mobile IP are running
3.22. IPsec – M!DGE configuration
3.23. Enabling IPsec – M!DGE
3.24. MG102i WAN configuration
3.25. MG102i LAN configuration
3.26. MG102i Link Management
3.27. LAN5 Supervision
3.28. WWAN1 Supervision
3.29. MG102i NTP configuration
3.30. MG102i Mobile IP – Mobile node
3.31. MG102i Routing menu
3.32. MG102i OpenVPN – Expert file
3.33. Enabling OpenVPN – MG102i
3.34. OpenVPN and Mobile IP running – MG102i
3.35. IPsec configuration – MG102i
3.36. Enabling IPsec – MG102i
3.37. Ipsec and Mobile IP running – MG102i
3.38. Ping probe from MG102i to M!DGE
3.39. Using the backup interface
4.1. SCADA Solution within Private APN
4.2. Private APN configuration
4.3. Private APN connection is established
4.4. Master Protocol server configuration
4.5. Port Settings
4.6. Modbus Master configuration
4.7. Modbus Slave configuration
4.8. Debug level of rrsp2 daemon
4.9. Tcpdump via Web interface
4.10. Public APN SCADA configuration
4.11. Public APN configuration (static, public IP address)
4.12. Fixed OpenVPN tunnel address for clients
4.13. Master Protocol server configuration (public APN)
5.1. UHF/VHF and GPRS/UMTS Combination
5.2. UHF/VHF and GPRS/UMTS/HSPA combination example
5.3. RipEX Center Settings
5.4. Modbus Master configuration
5.5. Central RipEX routing menu
5.6. Remote RipEX Modbus Slave configuration
5.7. Remote RipEX Routing menu
5.8. Central M!DGE Status menu
5.9. The remote M!DGE Status menu
5.10. Serial Port configuration
5.11. Port settings
5.12. Modbus Slave M!DGE configuration