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Motorola Terminal Adapter Help Motorola Terminal Adapter Status Basic Advanced Help   Version Information Software Version: VT20_02.03.00_A Bootrom Version: VT20_02.03.00_A Hardware Version: Model: VT1000 Revision: 0 BSP: 1.2/0 Config File Version: 1202708089283/1002170192 Page Purpose Status The Status Page provides information about the operational status of the Motorola Terminal Adapter. If you are using DHCP or PPPoE for WAN address assignment, you can determine whether you have received a valid address from your network provider by referring to the section titled WAN IP Address Assignment . You can also see the DNS Server addresses which have been assigned to you in the "DNS Servers" section. The Line 1 and Line 2 table entries show the Phone Number and Caller ID assigned by your Voice Service Provider. Refresh this page to view the latest settings. Basic The Basic Page provides fields for entering network parameters for the WAN interface. You have three choices for assigning an address to the Motorola Terminal Adapter. You may choose Dynamic Address Assignment (DHCP), which is the default, Static Addressing, or PPPoE. If you are connected to a cable modem, or home router that has DHCP enabled, select the Obtain IP Address Dynamically option. If you are a DSL customer, and are not using a router between the modem and the Motorola Terminal Adapter, select the Enable PPPoE option. Enter the Service Name, User Name, and Password provided by your service provider. If you have special requirements and need to assign a specific address, select the Specify Static IP Address option, and enter the Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway. If you have selected Static IP Addressing, you should check the Specify DNS Servers box, and enter the DNS Server address(es). If you have chosen Dynamic Addressing or PPPoE, you may specify up to two additional DNS servers by checking the Specify DNS Servers box, and entering their addresses. Press the Save Changes button to store the values you have entered. Advanced The Advanced Configuration page provides a method to configure the advanced networking features of the Motorola Terminal Adapter. Check the Enable DHCP/NAT on LAN(PC) Port checkbox to enable the NAT and DHCP server features of the Motorola Terminal Adapter. This allows you to connect the Motorola Terminal Adapter to a home network and provide Internet access to one or more PCs. The Motorola Terminal Adapter assigns local addresses to the PCs using the DHCP protocol. These local addresses are mapped to the WAN address by the NAT feature of the Motorola Terminal Adapter. If this box is not checked, then the Motorola Terminal Adapter bridges traffic from the LAN port to the WAN port and no address translation is performed. Up to 10 entries may be specified in the Virtual Server table. This feature allows you to direct IP traffic destined for the WAN address (e.g. from the Internet) to a specific address on the LAN network. Specify the local address of the PC receiving the traffic, the port this traffic is directed to, and the protocol this traffic is using (UPD, TCP, or BOTH). Some Internet Service Providers require you to use a specific Host Name when connecting to their network. Enter this name in the Host Name field. Some Internet Service Providers require you to use the MAC Address of your PC when accessing the Internet. If you have this requirement, override the MAC Address of the Motorola Terminal Adapter with the MAC Address of your PC using the MAC Address Override field. To restore the MAC address of the Motorola Terminal Adapter to its original value, press the Restore MAC Address button. Press the Save Changes button to store the values you have entered. Press the Reboot button whenever you need to restart the Motorola Terminal Adapter. Help The Help page provides an explanation of the function and use of each of the Motorola Terminal Adapter pages. It also provides a display of the Software, Bootrom, Hardware, and Configuration file versions. Status | Basic | Advanced | Help Copyright 1997-2004