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Nokia digital optical network unit (ONU)

mobile application user guide

Basic setup

Contents
Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Dashboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Basic setup
How to set up your wireless network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Where to find basic information for your device and network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
How to set up a guest network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connecting other devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
How to set up parental controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
How to limit access to your network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Advanced setup
How to change the login password of the ONT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
How to assign IP addresses to devices in your network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
How to set up a DNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
How to set up a DDNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
How to use a network clock to set the time on your ONU (NTP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Wi-Fi Analyser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Nokia digital ONU mobile application user guide

Getting started
Nokia optical network units (ONUs) come with support for
mobile applications that help to configure and retrieve the
statuses of the residential gateway (RGW) more intuitively.
The app is supported on Android and iOS platforms and can
be downloaded from the Google Play Store for Android and
from the Apple App Store for iOS. The mobile application
allows you to configure most of the features of the RGW
and also helps to check different statuses of the ONT.
The following is a list of features and statuses that can be
configured and retrieved using the RGW mobile application.
Device status
and information

Fiber ONU gateway


ONT information
Overview
Device information
LAN status
Optical module status

Home network connected


device information
Wi-Fi Analyser

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Features that
can be configured

Wi-Fi

LAN

DHCP

DNS

Firewall

MAC Filter

IP Filter

URL Filter

NTP

DMZ

ALG

Port Forwarding

DDNS

Password

Login
To access and configure certain features
of the ONT, log in to the ONT.
1. Connect the smartphone to the
Wi-Fi interface of the ONT.
2. Open the digital ONU application.
3. Enter the username and password in
the login window, as shown in [Figure 1].
If logging in to the app for the first time,
use the username and password provided
on the back of the ONT.
4. The toggle button can also be clicked to
show advanced options for login. A field
for inputting the ONT IP address pops up.
The default value is 192.168.1.254.
The field can be edited if needed.
5. Click Login.

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Figure 1

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Dashboard
1. After logging in to the app, the dashboard
screen appears [Figure 1].
2. The dashboard shows the ONT status,
URL blocker status and the firewall status.
Clicking on any of these options takes you
to the respective windows.
3. The dashboard screen shows the online
and offline count of devices.
4. Click on Show Advanced Options to go
to the various windows of the ONT.
5. You can also access the menu by swiping
the mobile app page to the right. The side
menu includes the following options:
a. Dashboard
b. ONT Management
c. Wi-Fi Analyser
d. App settings
e. About
f. Logout

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Figure 1

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How to set up your


wireless network
To connect the Wi-Fi enabled devices in your
home network to the ONT and the internet,
you must enable and configure a wireless
network on the ONT. Depending on the type
of the ONT, the Wi-Fi options for wireless
5 GHz may be available.

Wireless 2.4 GHz


This frequency range is used by the
802.11b/g/n standard and can provide widely
available bandwidths of up to 450 Mb/s.
This configuration can be done as follows:
1. On the home screen as shown in
[Figure 1], select Wi-Fi.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with one or two submenus, depending
on the type of ONT being used.
3. Select Wireless 2.4GHz.

Figure 2
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4. The following window [Figure 3] opens.


5. Set the parameters as shown in Table 1.
Table 1. Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz parameters
Parameter

Description

Enable

Toggle to enable or disable


the 2.4 GHz network

Mode

Choose:
auto(b/g/n)
b
g
n
b/g

Bandwidth

Choose the mode of operation:


20 MHz
40 MHz

Channel

Indicates the wireless channel


being used

Power

Choose between Wi-Fi transmit


power percentages:
100%*
75%
50%
25%

Figure 3

*100% Wi-Fi transmit power for all regions outside


of Europe is 500 mW; for 100% - Wi-Fi.

Transmit power for ETSI is 100 mW.


SSID list

The active 2.4 GHz SSIDs. In this


example, there are two: Home
network and guest network. When you
select one of the SSIDs listed, it allows
you to modify the SSID details such
as: Enable/Disable the SSID and SSID
broadcast, name or rename the SSID,
and set the encryption mode (OPEN,
WEP, WPA/WPA2 Personal, WPA/WPA2
Enterprise). In this example [Figure 4],
the guest network SSID is opened.

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Wireless 5 GHz
This frequency range is used by the 802.11ac
standard and can provide high capacity
bandwidths of up to 1.3 Gb/s.
Configuration can be done as follows:
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Wi-Fi.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with two submenus.
3. Select Wireless 5GHz.
Here you can set the parameters for the
5 GHz bandwidth described in Table 2.

Figure 2
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Table 2. Wi-Fi 5 GHz parameters


Parameter

Description

Enable

Toggle to enable or disable


the 5 GHz network

Bandwidth

Choose the mode of operation:


20 MHz
40 MHz
80 MHz

Channel

Indicates the wireless channel


being used [Figure 3]

Power

Choose between Wi-Fi transmit


power percentages:
100%*
75%
50%
25%
*100% Wi-Fi transmit power for all regions
outside of Europe is 500 mW; for 100% - Wi-Fi.

Transmit power for ETSI is 100 mW.


SSID list

Figure 3

The active 5 GHz SSIDs. When you


select one of the SSIDs listed, it
allows you to modify the SSID details
such as: Enable/Disable the SSID and
SSID broadcast, name or rename
the SSID, and set the encryption
mode (NONE-OPEN, WPA2-AES,
WPA2+WPA, WPA/WPA2 Enterprise).
In this example [Figure 4], the guest
network SSID is opened.

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Where to find basic


information for your
device and network
Device status and information
In just a few clicks, you can quickly check the
status of the LAN or WLAN connection and
see basic ONT information.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Fiber ONU Gateway.
2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]
with four submenus.

Figure 1

Figure 2
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Overview: Shows the status of each of


the interfaces on the ONU (Wi-Fi, LAN
ports) and the instantaneous throughput
[Figure 3].
Device information: Displays the
technical details of the ONU (software
and hardware versions, serial number
and overall ONU running time)
[Figure 4].
LAN status: Displays overall status
and the details on the LAN interface
(TX/RX totals, IP Address, MAC Address)
[Figure 5].
Optical Module status: Displays technical
details on the ONU optical module
[Figure 6].
Figure 4

Figure 5
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How to set up
a guest network
Setting up a guest network is much the same
as setting up your initial wireless network.
Youll just need to select a different SSID from
your initial network setup, enter a unique
SSID (network name) and, if required, create
a password for the guest network.

Connecting
other devices
Sometimes equipment or applications
in your home network may require traffic
from the internet to be sent to them over
a specific port. This is often the case with
gaming consoles, for example, which requires
you to configure port forwarding on the ONT.

Figure 1

1. On the home screen as shown in


[Figure 1], select Advanced ONT Settings.
2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]
with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

Figure 2
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3. The Port Forwarding menu allows you


to add or delete new entries for port
forwarding [Figure 3].
To add a new port forwarding entry
you can select a predefined app setting
or add a manual entry.
Select the APP Name option to allow you
to pick a pre-existing application for port
forwarding. Alternatively, you can select
Customer Settings to get your own port
forwarding settings.

Figure 3

4. If you select APP Name, the following


screen appears that allows you to add port
forwarding rules for the application named
[Figure 4].

Figure 4
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How to set up
parental controls
You can restrict access to or from the internet
from within your home subnetwork in several
ways:

IP filter

MAC filter

Controlling access to websites

IP filter
IP filtering enables you to name the IP address
of a device within your subnet (for example,
192.1.x.x), and restrict the flow of certain
types of IP data to or from that device, based
on the IP address. Restricted content is
discarded as it passes through the ONU.

Figure 1

1. On the home screen as shown in


[Figure 1], select Advanced ONT Settings.
2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]
with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

Figure 2
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3. Select IP Filter. The following screen will


appear [Figure 3].
In this menu you can add a new IP address
filter entry or modify an existing entry.

Figure 3

4. Select the Mode option that will allow


you to pick the filtering type [Figure 4]:
Drop for upstream: Residential gateway
will drop all traffic originating from the
specified device.
Drop for downstream: Residential
gateway will drop all traffic with a
destination to the specified device.
5. Select the Device option to allow you
to either select a known device from
the ONU memory or manually register
a new device.
6. Select the Protocol option to allow you to
select specific types of traffic for filtering
or to filter all traffic.
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MAC filter
Equipment in your network is identified by the
unique MAC address assigned to that device.
You can restrict which devices have access to
the internet according to their MAC address
by allowing or blocking access for the devices
listed (your choice).
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

Figure 2
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3. Select MAC Filter. The following screen


will appear [Figure 3].
In this menu you can enable or disable the
MAC filter option in the ONU. You can block
or allow lists of MAC addresses.

Figure 3

4. Type in the MAC address you would like to


filter on either the block or allow lists here
[Figure 4]. The block option will block all
listed MAC addresses from reaching the
home network. The allow option will only
allow the listed MAC addresses into the
home network.

Figure 4
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Controlling access to websites


Also known as URL filtering, you can restrict
(or permit) access to certain websites by using
equipment in your network.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

Figure 2
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3. Select URL Filter. The following screen


will appear [Figure 3].
This menu enables you to filter specific
URL/web addresses at the ONU for all
LAN devices. You can enable or disable
this feature from this menu. If enabled
you can select the mode of operation to
either exclude or include URLs that will
be filtered by the ONU, and add URLs
(websites) that you wish to block or allow.

Figure 3

4. To add a new URL, just type in the URL


address and port into the pop-up menu
[Figure 4].

Figure 4
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How to limit access


to your network
To protect your home network by limiting
access of people outside of your network,
set up the following security options:

DMZ

ALG

Firewall

DMZ and ALG


A demilitarized zone (DMZ) is a firewall
configuration to improve the security of
your network. It enables the router to provide
an added layer of protection for your local
network by intercepting and filtering traffic
into and out of your network.

Figure 1

An application level gateway (ALG) provides


application security by understanding the
protocols used by the applications that it
supports and inspects protocol packets of
traffic passing through it.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.
2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]
with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

Figure 2
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3. Select DMZ. The following screen will


appear [Figure 3].
You can enable or disable the DMZ in
the selected WAN, or add and remove
devices from the DMZ by selecting
available devices from the Internal
Client drop-down menu.

Figure 3

4. Select ALG. You can enable or disable


the ALG function for FTP, TFTP, SIP, H323,
RTSP, L2TP and IPSec traffic [Figure 4].

Figure 4
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Firewall
A firewall can protect your network against
cyber-attacks from the internet.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

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3. Select Firewall. The following screen will


appear [Figure 3].
In this menu you can modify the firewall
security level of the ONU and enable or
disable protection against attacks; for
example, denial of service (DoS) attacks.

Figure 3

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How to change
the login password
of the ONT
You can (and should) change the password that
is used to log in to the ONT to ensure others
cannot gain unauthorized access to your router
and settings.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

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3. Select Password. The following window


[Figure 3] appears. Enter the old password,
then enter and reenter the new password
to confirm your change.

Figure 3

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How to assign IP
addresses to devices
in your network
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
enables the ONT to function as a DHCP
server that can automatically assign an IP
address to devices in your network from
a predefined range of addresses. This is
beneficial when you have multiple devices to
prevent duplicate addresses being assigned.
Alternatively, you can manually specify a
static (unchanging) IP address.
To configure the ONT to function as a DHCP
server and assign IP addresses:
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

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3. Select LAN. The following screen will


appear [Figure 3].
4. Configure the LAN settings as follows:
a. Modify the ONU IP Address.
b. Modify the ONU Subnet Mask.
c. DHCP Enable: Enable or disable DHCP
on the ONU.
d. Start IP: Modify the first IP address
for the range of possible IP addresses
to assign.
e. End IP: Modify the last IP address
for the range of possible IP addresses
to assign.
f. Lease Time: Modify the length of
time (in minutes) during which the
IP address will apply to a device
before it needs to be renewed.

Figure 3

g. Static DHCP Entry: Add/Delete


static DHCP entries. When you click
on Static DHCP Entry, the following
screen appears [Figure 4].
5. Click on Static DHCP Entry to view its
configuration options.

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6. To create a new static IP address


assignment, click on Add. The following
screen [Figure 5] will appear.
Enter the MAC address of a specific device
and the IP address you wish to assign to
bind them together as a static entry.

Figure 5

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How to set up a DNS


A domain name server (DNS) translates
user-friendly website addresses; for example,
www.nokia.com, into the registered IP address
assigned for that domain. Your computer uses
a domain name server to look up the domain
name youre trying to access.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

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3. Select DNS. This menu shows the available


DNS sites and provides the option of viewing
each in more detail, adding new DNS sites
or removing existing sites.
Tap the DNS entry to view more [Figure 3].

Figure 3

4. To add a new domain on the DNS entry


page, enter an original domain URL address
and the new domain URL address. The
new entry will be added to the Domain
To Domain list [Figure 4].

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5. To add a new domain to IP address DNS


entry, you can enter a domain URL address
and the new IP address. The new entry will
be added to the Domain to IP Address list
[Figure 5].

Figure 5

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How to set up a DDNS


End users with internet access are assigned an
IP address by their internet service provider
(ISP). For most users, this address is dynamic,
i.e., changes frequently.
If you need to provide other users on the
internet with an IP address where you can be
reached (for example, if you are a hosting web
service), the constantly changing IP address
would be problematic. A dynamic domain
name server (DDNS) can be used to map a URL
address to your IP address. The ONU can be
configured to provide regular address updates
to the DDNS as changes occur.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

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3. Select DDNS. The following screen will


appear [Figure 3]. This menu shows the
available DDNS on the ONU and gives the
option to view the menu items in more
detail. Click on DDNS to view more.

Figure 3

4. In this menu [Figure 4] you can modify the


specific DDNS settings such as enabling or
disabling them, listing the specific ISP URL,
domain name and username/password.
After modifying the parameters, click on
the Save button to save the changes.

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How to use a network


clock to set the time
on your ONU (NTP)
Network Time Protocol (NTP) enables you to
synchronize the time setting of your ONU with
an external network time source.
This menu allows you to enable or disable NTP
settings on the ONU and modify/add the NTP
servers used. You can also select different time
zones for ONU login purposes.
1. On the home screen as shown in [Figure 1],
select Advanced ONT Settings.

Figure 1

2. This brings you to a window [Figure 2]


with 12 submenus.
The Advanced ONT Settings menu allows
you to configure the following residential
gateway functions: DHCP, DNS, Firewall,
MAC Filter, IP Filter, URL Filter, NTP, DMZ,
ALG, Port Forwarding, DDNS and Password.

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3. Select NTP. This menu [Figure 3] allows


you to enable or disable NTP settings on
the ONU and modify/add the NTP servers
used. You can also select different time
zones for ONU login purposes.
4. To enable the NTP:
a. Click on the toggle button on the
NTP page with the Enable field in
view. The toggle button glows green.
b. Now add the NTP server by selecting
a preconfigured server available from
the drop-down list or input the server
address by selecting custom settings.
c. There is also an option to add a
second NTP Server that can be
used if the first server is down.
d. Provide the interval time in the
Interval Time input field provided.
e. Select a Time Zone for ONU login
purposes and click the Save button.

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Wi-Fi Analyser
Checking Wi-Fi signal strength
To check the signal strength of the Wi-Fi,
take the following steps:
1. After login, click Wi-Fi Analyser in the side
menu. The Wi-Fi Analyser screen will open
[Figure 1].
2. In the Analyser tab, there will be a list
of Wi-Fi options. This list will keep on
changing every 5-10 seconds. An empty
option means the selected Wi-Fi option
is out of range. Select the Wi-Fi SSID
that needs to be analyzed.
3. Enter a name for the current location
(for example, living room) in the location
name field and click Save.

Figure 1

4. Move to the next location in your home


and repeat Step 3. Repeat Step 4 for each
location in your home.
5. In the List tab [Figure 2], you will find the
saved signal strength list of the selected
Wi-Fi in the Wi-Fi Analyser tab.

Figure 2
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6. A chart will appear when you save more


than three locations [Figure 3].

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