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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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CWMP

CWMP

Context

When a router functions as a customer premises equipment (CPE), you can enable CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP) on the auto-configuration server (ACS) to remotely manage the CPE. A connection can be initiated by a CPE or an ACS.
  • Connection initiated by a CPE

    After the CPE sends an Inform message containing a uniform resource locator (URL) address to the ACS, the ACS authenticates the CPE by using the user name and password. After being authenticated, the CPE can set up a connection with the ACS.

  • Connection initiated by an ACS

    After the ACS sends a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) packet containing the IP address of the CPE, the CPE authenticates the ACS by using the user name and password. After being authenticated, the ACS can set up a connection with the CPE. This connection initiation mode can be used only when the ACS has communicated with the CPE at least once through a session that the CPE initiates.

The ACS's URL is in the HTTP or Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) format. The HTTPS format can ensure the communication security and data integrity between the ACS and CPE.

Procedure

  • Configuring CWMP
    1. Choose System Management > CWMP.
    2. Set CWMP to Enable.
    3. Configure the ACS.

      When the ACS's URL is in the HTTP format:

      1. Enter a URL of the HTTP format in the URL text box, as shown in Figure 17-28.

        Figure 17-28  Configuring a URL in the HTTP format
      2. Enter the user name and password in the User name and Password test boxes.

      When the ACS's URL is in the HTTPS format:

      1. Enter a URL of the HTTPS format in the URL text box.

        In this scenario, URL authentication must be configured.

        Figure 17-29  Configuring a URL in the HTTPS format
      2. Enter the user name and password in the User name and Password test boxes.
      3. Set Authentication mode.
      4. When Authentication mode is set to SSL, select an SSL policy from the SSL drop-down list box.
      5. When Authentication mode is set to Certificate authentication, select Upload The Certificate from the Primary root certificate drop-down list box. Click Browse in the displayed Upload The Certificate dialog box, select the certificate to upload, and click Upload.

        To use a certificate that has been uploaded to the device, select the certificate from the Primary root certificate drop-down list box.

      6. (Optional) When Authentication mode is set to Certificate authentication, select Upload The Certificate from the Secondary root certificate drop-down list box. Click Browse in the displayed Upload The Certificate dialog box, select the certificate to upload, and click Upload.

        To use a certificate that has been uploaded to the device, select the certificate from the Secondary root certificate drop-down list box.

    4. (Optional) Configure the CPE.

      1. Enter the user name and password in the User name and Password test boxes.
      2. Set Send inform packets to Enable.

        A CPE can set up a connection with the ACS in Inform remote procedure call (PRC) mode. By default, the CPE does not send Inform packets periodically.

      3. Set Packet sending interval (s).

      4. Click the option icon of CPE interface to configure the CPE interfaces, as shown in Figure 17-30.

        Figure 17-30  Configuring the CPE interfaces
      5. In the Select Interface dialog box, select source interfaces in either of the following ways:
        • Select the option buttons of required interfaces in the interface list.
        • Enter the interface name in the CPE interface text box and click Search. Select the option buttons of required interfaces in the interface list.

      6. Click OK.

        Selected CPE interfaces are displayed in the CPE interface test box.

    5. Click Apply.
    6. In the Prompt dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  • Deleting the CWMP configuration
    1. Choose System Management > CWMP.
    2. Click Clear in the CWMP page.
    3. In the Prompt dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

      The CWMP page is displayed, and the CWMP configuration is deleted.

Configuration Parameters

Table 17-14  CWMP configuration parameters

Parameter

Description

ACS

Set ACS parameters. The ACS uses TR-069 to remotely manage the CPE.

  • URL: URL of the ACS. The URL is in the format of http://host:port or https://host[:port]/path. Assume that the IP address of the ACS is 192.168.10.2. The URL is http://192.168.10.2:80.
  • User name: user name used to connect the CPE to the ACS.
  • Password: password used to connect the CPE to the ACS.
  • SSL: SSL policy used for HTTPS authentication.
  • Certificate authentication: certification used for HTTPS authentication.
NOTE:
The connection between the ACS and the CPE is set up only after the ACS and CPE are authenticated by each other.

CPE

Set CPE parameters. The ACS uses TR-069 to remotely manage the CPE.

  • User name: user name used to connect the ACS to the CPE.
  • Password: password used to connect the ACS to the CPE.
  • Send inform packets: whether to enable or disable the CPE to send or from sending Inform messages to the ACS. A CPE can connect to an ACS automatically by sending an Inform message.
  • Packet sending interval (s): interval at which a CPE sends Inform messages.
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