Factory Settings Values

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Preparing for Production

8.2 The Factory Settings

8.2.4 Factory Settings Values

All OpenRG's default settings can be changed in the factory settings. The list below includes the settings to be changed for production. You may want to make additional changes to the default settings. You can refer to the Configuration Entries Guide for a detailed description of all the fields that can be used in the OpenRG configuration file.

Most factory settings are identical on all boards, therefore it is recommended to change the default values of these settings at the compilation stage. For instructions, refer to

Section 8.2.2.1. Note that the first list below displays the factory settings that are unique and must be changed per board after the initial flashing. The second list displays the rest of the factory settings that are common for all boards.

Note: Setting default values different from the ones supplied by OpenRG may require changes in the final User Manual.

The following factory settings should be modified according to your device and vendor settings.

Unique settings:

dev/<DEVICE_NAME>/mac The MAC address of the device. Each device, either WAN or LAN, has a unique name under the dev entry. Each device must have a registered MAC address. This setting is different for each board.

manufacturer/hardware/serial_num The product serial number as it will be displayed in the WBM 'About' page. This setting is different for each board.

network/rg_mac OpenRG's initial MAC address, used for bridge devices. This setting is different for each board.

system/base_mac The first available MAC address from which a random MAC address will be generated for logic devices that need MAC. This setting is different for each board.

Common settings:

admin/tod/server/%/name IP or hostname of Time Of Day (TOD) server. The default value is only for the first server. A new server you add will not have an IP or hostname of TOD server by default.

bluetooth/mac Bluetooth device MAC address.

cert/%/cert Certificate data.

cert/%/name Certificate name. Exists for owner X509_OPENRG only. Used for OpenRG's certificate identication. It is the same as field 'CN=OR_<name>' in the certificate data if the field exists.

cert/%/owner This entry indicates whether the certificate is for identifying yourself as OpenRG (X509_OPENRG) or for confirmation of identification (X509_CA). In most cases you will need to change your given certificate owner to X509_OPENRG.

cwmp/acs_url Auto Configuration Server (ACS) (TR-069 server) URL.

cwmp/username Username used to authenticate OpenRG when connecting to ACS.

cwmp/password Password used to authenticate OpenRG when connecting to ACS.

cwmp/conn_req_username Username used to authenticate the ACS making a Connection Request to OpenRG.

cwmp/conn_req_password Password used to authenticate the ACS making a Connection Request to OpenRG.

cwmp/provisioning_code String used in Inform message as DSLHome InternetGatewayDevice.DeviceInfo.ProvisioningCode.

dev/<name>/dhcps/vendor_specific The value for vendor-specific information.

dev/<name>/dhcps/lease/%/hardware_mac MAC address of a static/dynamic DHCP lease.

dev/<name>/dhcps/lease/%/vendor_id The class ID of the lease vendor, written as a null-terminated string of hexadecimal characters.

dev/<dev_name>_atm/pvc_scan/%/vpi Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) parameter for an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) connection.

dev/<dev_name>_atm/pvc_scan/%/vci Virtual Circuit Identifier (VCI) parameter for an ATM connection.

Note: Values of these VPI/VCI entries are used when performing the Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC) scan. The number of defined VPI/VCI pairs may vary across platforms.

fs/codepage Client codepage. This entry specifies the character encoding table to be used when reading files using the file server.

jnet/domain/id The identifier of the JRMS domain to which OpenRG belongs.

manufacturer/sys_object_id The specific system object ID value to be returned when queried by SNMP for sysObjectID.

manufacturer/hardware/version The hardware version of the system, as it will be displayed in the WBM 'About' page.

manufacturer/vendor_name The vendor company name as it will be displayed in the WBM 'About' page.

manufacturer/description The string used in DSLHome Inform message as InternetGatewayDevice.DeviceInfo.Description.

manufacturer/product_class The string used in DSLHome Inform message as InternetGatewayDevice.DeviceInfo.ProductClass.

manufacturer/vendor_oui The Vendor Organizational Unique Identifier (OUI), made up of six hexadecimal digits, using all uppercase letters and including any leading zeros. Used in DSLHome Inform message as \linebreak InternetGatewayDevice.DeviceInfo.ManufacturerOUI.

manufacturer/boot_rom_version Boot Read Only Memory (ROM) version.

manufacturer/model_number The model number.

rmt_upd/url The URL of the first image or redirection file. For instance: 'http://

update.jungo.com/openrg.rmt'.

ssh/host_rsa_1/private SSH private host key for protocol version 1.

ssh/host_rsa_1/public SSH public host key for protocol version 1.

ssh/host_rsa_2/private SSH private RSA host key for protocol version 2.

ssh/host_rsa_2/public SSH public RSA host key for protocol version 2.

ssh/host_dsa_2/private SSH private DSA host key for protocol version 2.

ssh/host_dsa_2/public SSH public DSA host key for protocol version 2.

system/contact The specific contact information to be returned when queried by SNMP for sysContact.

system/factory_version The version of the factory settings..

system/location The textual description of the specific location of the node to be returned when queried by SNMP for sysLocation.

system/mac_company_id The first three octets of the MAC address, which are vendor specific

system/name The specific administratively-assigned name for the product to be returned when queried by SNMP for sysName.

system/panic_timeout (for Linux-based solutions) The time in seconds to wait before rebooting on a panic situation. Should be set to a value different from zero, otherwise the board will not reboot on panic.

wbm/session_lifetime Idle time in milliseconds before releasing a session. Session lifetime should be '1' and above. When a session is released, you will have to login again to start a new session.

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