RipEX2 – User manual


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Radio modem & Router

User manual


version 1.31

Table of Contents

Important Notice
1. Quick guide
1.1. Bench testing
2. Product
2.1. Dimensions
2.2. Connectors
2.3. Cellular interface
2.4. Indication LEDs
2.5. Ordering codes
3. Accessories
4. Installation
4.1. Step-by-step checklist
4.2. Minimal required settings to set-up cellular connection
4.3. Mounting
4.4. Antenna installation
4.5. Antenna feed line
4.6. Grounding
4.7. Full duplex operation
4.8. Connectors
4.9. Power supply
5. RipEX2 in detail
5.1. Bridge mode
5.1.1. Functionality example
5.1.2. Configuration examples
5.1.3. Point-to-Point Full duplex links
5.2. Router mode
5.2.1. Router – Base driven
5.2.2. Router – Flexible
5.3. Combination of IP and serial communication
5.3.1. Detailed Description
6. Web interface
6.1. Supported web browsers
6.2. Changes to commit
6.3. Notifications
6.4. User menu
6.5. Remote access
6.6. Refresh settings
6.7. Status info area
6.8. Help
6.9. Shortcuts
7. Settings
7.1. Interfaces
7.1.1. Ethernet Network interfaces Ports
7.1.2. Radio Radio interface Radio channel parameters Encryption Transparent protocol (Bridge mode) Base driven protocol (Router mode) Radio protocol – Base station Common Radio channel parameters Base station – List of Remote stations Radio protocol – Remote station Flexible Protocol (router mode) Individual link option Advanced radio parameters Radio interface – advanced Radio channel – advanced Queues Flexible protocol – advanced
7.1.3. COM COM port parameters Common Protocol parameters Individual protocol parameters None Transparent protocol Async link COMLI DNP3 DF1 IEC101 Mars-A Modbus RTU PPP protocol PR2000 Siemens 3964(R) SAIA S-Bus RDS UNI
7.1.4. Terminal servers
7.1.5. Cellular EXT Parameters Cellular profiles Link testing Profile switching SIM1 and SIM2 Cooperation with other services Status
7.1.6. PPPoE client
7.2. Routing
7.2.1. Static Loopback addresses
7.2.2. Link management Parameters Links Status
7.2.3. Babel Description Common – Common settings Network – Interfaces Static rules Import filter Export filter
7.2.4. OSPF OSPF Common – Common settings OSPF Network – Areas and interfaces Areas and interfaces Neighbors Networks OSPF Static rules OSPF Import filter OSPF Export filter
7.2.5. BGP BGP Common – Common settings BGP Neighbors BGP Static rules BGP Import IGP filter BGP Export IGP filter BGP Import OUT rules BGP Export OUT filter
7.3. Firewall
7.3.1. Firewall L2 Forward
7.3.2. Firewall L3 Forward Input Output
7.3.3. NAT – Network address translation Source NAT Destination NAT Cooperation with other services
7.4. VPN
7.4.1. IPsec IPsec settings IPsec associations Traffic selector Interaction with DNAT
7.4.2. GRE GRE L2 GRE L3
7.4.3. OpenVPN
7.5. Security
7.5.1. User access
7.5.2. Local authentication User Accounts Settings
7.5.3. Credentials General Credentials Read-only keys Settings Organisation Passphrase complexity rules Creating Local Certification Authority
7.5.4. Management access Administration website Remote access Service USB
7.5.5. Remote authentication
7.5.6. Tamper reset
7.6. Device
7.6.1. Unit General Time Time NTP servers Sleep mode Wake-up parameters Go to sleep parameters Wake up on Sleep Input (SI) GNSS (GPS) Cooperation with other services
7.6.2. Configuration
7.6.3. Events
7.6.4. SW keys
7.6.5. Firmware Local Patch files Distributed Status Authorized senders USB
7.7. Services
7.7.1. Firmware distribution Status Parameters Controls Targets
7.7.2. SNMP
7.7.3. Syslog
7.7.4. SMS Parameters SMS numbers SMS commands
7.7.5. Hot standby Hot standby settings Hot standby LAN interface settings Hot standby switching settings
7.7.6. GNSS server
7.8. Advanced
8. Diagnostics
8.1. STATUS overview
8.2. Overview
8.2.1. Measurements
8.2.2. Statistics
8.3. Information
8.3.1. Network Interfaces
8.3.2. Routing
8.3.3. Firewall Firewall L2 Firewall L3 NAT
8.3.4. Quality of service
8.3.5. Device System information Advanced information
8.3.6. Diagnostic package
8.4. Events
8.5. Statistics
8.5.1. Parameters
8.5.2. Radio interface statistics
8.5.3. Radio protocol statistics
8.5.4. Radio protocol non-addressable statistics
8.5.5. Radio signal statistics
8.5.6. Radio signal non-addressable statistics
8.5.7. Serial protocol statistics
8.5.8. Ethernet statistics
8.5.9. Cellular statistics Cellular interface statistics Cellular state statistics Cellular signal statistics Measurements
8.6. Monitoring
8.6.1. Settings Overview Interfaces General
8.6.2. File output
8.6.3. Console output
8.7. Tools
8.7.1. ICMP ping
8.7.2. RSS ping
8.7.3. Routing
8.7.4. RF Transmission test
8.7.5. Antenna detection Hot-standby operation
8.7.6. System
8.8. Syslog
9. Technical parameters
9.1. Detailed radio channel parameters
9.2. Recommended MSE thresholds
10. Safety, regulations, warranty
10.1. Frequency
10.2. Safety distance
10.3. High temperature
10.4. Battery disposal
10.5. Explosive atmospheres
10.6. Instructions for Safe Operation of Equipment
10.7. SW license
10.8. EU Compliance
10.8.1. RoHS, WEEE and WFD
10.8.2. EU restrictions or requirements notice
10.8.3. EU Declaration of Conformity RED
10.8.4. Simplified EU declaration of conformity
10.9. Compliance Federal Communications Commission and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
10.10. Compliance ANATEL Brasil
10.11. Warranty
10.12. RipEX2 Availability and service life time
10.13. RipEX2 maintenance
A. Security Hardening Procedure
A.1. Password and accounting
A.2. Physical access
A.3. Encrypt data on Radio network (RipEX2)
A.4. Encrypt data on cellular network
A.5. Disable Remote access or configure it securely
A.6. Exchange of certificates
A.7. Services
A.8. Firewall
A.9. HTTPS certificate
A.10. Configuration files
A.11. Firmware
B. Proprietary UDP ports
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