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FAQ-What Are Differences Between Options always-on and once-on in Password Authentication of an ONU (MA5680T)

Publication Date:  2012-07-25  |   Views:  148  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  Xiao Chengsheng  |   Document ID:  EKB0000468322

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Issue Description

Q:
What are differences between options "always-on" and "once-on" in password authentication of an ONU (MA5680T)? 

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Handling Process

A:
always-on: When this option is selected, it indicates that each time an ONU go online, the ONU is authenticated in the password mode, and the MAC/SN parameter is not required for registration. 
once-on: If this option is selected, when an ONU goes online for the first time, it is authenticated in the password mode in a specified period. After authentication, the ONU is bound to the MAC/SN. Then, if the ONU goes online next time, it is authenticated by MAC/SN instead of password. 

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