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Chinese to English: Genesis General field: Art/Literary Detailed field: Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting
Source text - Chinese 我们在地球上的活动一点一滴地在改变这个地球的环境和气候。我们使用电器的电力，我们开车用的汽油，都会使用化石燃料排放污染；我们砍树开垦农地，或是兴建森林游乐区、盖小木屋，都在改变土地的面貌，使可以吸收二氧化碳的森林愈来愈少。过去和现代人类的一举一动大大地改变着我们居住的环境、气候，也改变着这个美丽的地球以及未来还要住在这个星球上的子孙后代的命运。
Translation - English Our activities on the Earth are changing its environment and climate little by little. Electrical power and the petrol for cars are all come from fossil fuel that causes pollution. When we cut down trees for farmlands, construct forest recreation area, or build wooden house, we are changing the outlook of the land, and also making the amount of forest which absorbs carbon dioxide growing ever smaller. Human's activities are significantly changing our living environment, climate, as well as this beautiful planet and the destiny of our future generations.
"Mobile prayer-for the warming Earth"
In this context, as a SMS-based interactive art with the theme of ecological protection and a brand-new interactive method, we hope to attract more people to take part in the activity of protecting environments and praying for our planet.
Information of the activities will be post on the big screen in Shi Mao Tian Jie. When audiences enter the building, they can get relevant information in two ways:
Information on the big screen:
A big screen will briefly show the background of this activity and how to participate. Audiences can give us feedback, and interactive with the big screen.
We have put up several posters for the event, including the background, themes, and specified instructions for participant. All of this will help to expand the influence of the activities.
Chinese to English: Home Gateway Device centralized procurement General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Telecom(munications)
1General Rules 3
1.1 Basic Requirements 3
1.2 Tender response standards 4
1.3 Tender Equipment Requirements 5
2 Technical Requirements 7
2.1 Device Type 7
2.2 Interface 7
2.2.1 User side Interface 7
2.2.2 Line side Interface 8
2.3 Features 9
2.3.1 Data Forwarding 9
2.3.2 Network Protocol 9
2.3.3 WLAN AP 11
2.3.4 Device Identification 12
2.3.5 Qos 12
2.3.6 Firewall 13
2.3.7 Initial accessing Portal Control 13
2.3.8 Exception warning 13
2.4 Performance 13
2.4.1 Power-On Period 13
2.4.2 ADSL Acessing Performance 13
2.4.3 Router Forwarding Performance 13
2.4.4 WLAN Wireless Performance 14
2.4.5 Robustness 15
2.5 Maintaince management 15
2.5.1 Basic Requirements 15
2.5.2 Local management 16
2.5.3 Remote management 20
2.5.4 Remote management platform 23
2.6 Hardware 23
2.6.1 Apparence and mark 23
2.6.2 User side and line side interface 24
2.6.3 Indicator 24
2.6.4 Control button 25
2.6.5 Fittings 25
2.6.6 Random Files 26
2.7 Software 26
2.7.1 Basic requirements 26
2.7.2 User Login 26
2.8 Other requirements 26
2.8.1 Power Supply 26
2.8.2 Power consumption 26
2.8.3 Envionment 26
1.1 Basic Requirements
（1）The specification is technical requirements for the China United Network Communication Co., Ltd. and its subsidiary companies (hereinafter referred to as "China Unicom") in 2009 China Unicom home gateway device centralized purchasing work. Below, the "equipment" is referred to external home gateway user terminals if no special instruction.
（2）This specification is only the latest requirements for building broadband accessing networks. China Unicom is entitled to make necessary amendments and additions to this specification before signing a contract. The final specification will be served as part of the contract.
（3）Without the written permission of China Unicom, manufacturers shall not disclose the specifications to third parties in any form.
（4）China Unicom retains and has the right to interpret and amend this specification at any condition.
（5）Venders should provide devices ICP and related test reports.
（6）Venders should undertake the corresponding obligation of the provided software and hardware when involved in patent, intellectual property and other legal provisions, China Unicom which does not bear any responsibility.
（7） Hardware equipments and software provided by venders should be guaranteed by China Unicom tests, and must be of the same type, version, and configuration with the tested devices.
（8）The equipments and systems provided by the vendors should be in full compliance with China Unicom’s specified standard of features and performances, and meet or exceed the requirements of China Unicom. Also venders should support free software upgrades to meet the requirements of upcoming new services. The terms of performances and features not specified in this document, but already have been recommended in standards of relevant international organizations for standardization (e.g. ISO, IEEE, ITU-T, ETSI, IMTC, IETF, etc.), the country's national standards, or the standard by Ministry of Information Industry, should be required to meet the standard's latest proposal.
（9）Technical indicators of equipments supplied by the venders, as well as the performance of the network constituted by these devices should meet the requirements of this specification. The vender should list specifications and configurations of provided equipments and systems, any provisions different from China Unicom’s specifications should be indicated and detail the reasons.
（10）If the vender's devices contain its own specific standard, it should also be specified in the proposal, together with the corresponding technical details.
（11）This technical specification should be considered as the minimum requirements to ensure the network performance, anything omitted should be added by venders, otherwise if tender accepted, will be taken as venders agree to provide the missing part for free.
（12）The vender should be responsible for features and performances of all those products provided. As a result of the vendor’s unreasonable configuration, which makes the provided products or security systems that adapting their proposals and products failed to meet the requirements of this specification, the vender should bear full responsibility.
（13）The vender should provide detailed list of writing technical information in its quotes.
1.2 Tender response standards
（1）The bidders should make response to the technical specification point to point. Every response must bring the original terms.
（2）Bidders should respond to each proposed requirement with detailed statement of support level. Clearly make a "satisfied", "not satisfied" response first, and then make specific and detailed instructions.
（3）Venders should not use terms such as "understand", "understanding", "partially satisfied" etc. Devices cannot fully meet requests under the same terms shall be considered as "not satisfied." Response on the proposal should be answered separately from other sections. Bidders can state specific details for the terms not satisfied, so that buyers can understand the circumstances and reasons well.
（4）If the bidders use "satisfied" in the response, but put forward a new proposal, the buyer consider it as "satisfied". Buyer may not discuss their proposals with the bidders, and may not adopt its suggestions.
（5）If the bidders use "satisfied" in the response, but its later description is inconsistent with the content of tender, then the former interpretation of bidders is invalid.
（6）In response, it is required for a specific degree of satisfaction. Where a "see” or "refer to" is used; specific section or page numbers in the documentation should be indicated. The contents need to be explained in details should be responded one by one. If too much content, it can be placed in specified annex.
（7） If no special instructions in its reply, supporting features in the vender’s statements should be considered as those have been achieved, not including what able to support but not yet achieved. China Unicom will carry out proof tests in due time. If found the vender declared features and performance inconsistent with the test results, China Unicom retains the right to take further measures according to related laws and regulations.
1.3 Tender Equipment Requirements
（1）As to home gateway products involved in the test, the bidders should ensure the data provided consistent with test results by the group.
（2）Tender equipments should comply with
1)’China Unicom Home Gateway GWH-01 Technical specification’
2)’China Unicom remote control_GWH-01 data model’ (Annex G)
（3）Manufacturer should provide the ICP certification issued by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology or Ministry of Information Industry, and scanning pieces. The major devices must pass test by the former China Unicom.
（4）Device model should be consistent in the test, ICP certification and bidding documents. Inconsistent product will not be assessed.
（5）Tender companies should clarify major products and alternative products. Response to technical specification should be mainly for the tested major products.
（6）The major products and alternative products are required to meet the technical specifications. Both should not deviate from the indicators required.
（7）During the bid evaluation, for the major products:
1）If the major products are accepted, then tested alternative products should also be accepted if comply with the technical specification.
2）If the major products are failed, then the corresponding alternative product will not be nominated, too.
3）If the judges confirm not to evaluate the major products, then alternative products can be evaluated.
（8）Bidders should ensure features, interfaces and software protocols of the products offered to be with good compatibility and extensibility and bear the relevant responsibilities and obligations.
（9）All equipments provided by venders must be of the latest generation with reliability. And venders should guarantee that the product quantity, quality, in particular, the interface compatibility.
（10）On the point to point response to technical specification, bidders should describe each type of home gateway products one by one. If all the home gateway products have common, venders need not to response separately, but clearly explain that can apply to all home gateway products.
（11）The home gateway provided by bidders should support interworking between remote management platforms of other manufacturers. And venders should describe the interworking status of current networks, including the branch name (including China Unicom and telecommunications), interworking extent (the number of user end), manufacturers name of the remote management platform, and business cases under the interworking circumstance.
（12）During technical evaluation, for device model already tested by buyer, the buyer will evaluate technical indicators under the test results. The sub-item not tested will be scored 0.
2 Technical Requirements
2.1 Device Type
The technical specification is for home gateway of GWH-01 model defined by China Unicom, with its main features include but are not limited to:
User side WLAN accessing and 4 Ethernet Accessing Ports
Adapting different accessing capability and application according to user profiles
Enable remote management
Support QoS and Qos configuration mechanism
Provide some security mechanisms, including basic firewall functions
Interworking with IPTV set-top box, IP camera, video phone, Femto AP and IAD to support other home network services via Ethernet ports or WLAN
The bidding terminals should at least comply with the basic requirements in this technical specification, and must comply with ‘Technical specification of China Unicom Home gateway GWH-01’and ‘Service specification of China Unicom Home gateway GWH-01’. Also the products should be of the same type, version and configuration with those already passed the tests by China Unicom Group.
The manufactures should specify the type, version of software and hardware, type of home gateway set and version info. Please identify the terminal in accordance with the unified approach: XX (manufactures) GWH-01 (Type)-set type, for instance, XX GWH-01 -BCM-6333.
2.2.1 User end Interface
22.214.171.124 Ethernet Interface
Must support Full-duplex and 10/100Mbps self-adaptive
The Ethernet interface should comply with IEEE802.3 standards, and must support directly connection with PC. Also it is recommended to support adaptive connection.
126.96.36.199 WLAN interface
Home gateway user side devices should offer WLAN interface. The interface should support at least 802.11b、802.11g and 802.11g/b, and has the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED(TM) by Wi-Fi alliance.
Support National WLAN security standard (GB15629.11／1102)(so-called WAPI), and has national product certification.
2.2.2 Line side interface
188.8.131.52 ADSL 2 Line Interface
The uplink interface should be compatible with both ADSL2 and ADSL2 ， complying with ITU-T G.992.3 and ITU-T G.992.5. Also the interface should comply with ‘Technical specification of China Unicom ADSL2 user end devices’.
The ADSL2 interface should comply with ‘Annex A of ITU-T G.992.5’and ‘Annex L of G.992.3’.The interface should support the single delay mode of both Fast and Interleave channels.
At least capable to support INP=4
Within its working frequency band, the longitudinal loss balance of line interface should exceed 40dB.
Manufacturer shall state how ADSL2 line interface comply with the Annex M of G.992.5, and if not supported, manufacturers should indicate the roadmap of realizing the Annex M of G.992.5.
Manufacturer shall state the implement of the following features in the ADSL2 user end devices.
1. Bit constellation modulation
2. Bit Swap
3. Seamless Rate Adaptation (SRA), which uplink Seamless Rate Adaptation is optional.
4. L2, and L3 low-power management (the state transitions of L0 to L2, L2 to L0, L0 to L3, L2 to L3 are initiated by the head end equipments, and state transitions from L3 to L0 are initiated by the terminal equipments).
5. Quick Start from L3 to L0
6. Double-ended line testing
7. Pilot floating (every time you start handshake, they can choose a different pilot upon the line environment)
ADSL2 customer premise equipment should open the supported feature by default. If not supported, manufacturers should indicate the corresponding implementation roadmap.
Please also note the compatible status of ADSL2 / 2 features and China Unicom’s current mainstream DSLAM equipments supplied by Huawei, ZTE and Bell.
CPE should be able to coordinate with the head end equipment to give priority for link activation and connections upon line conditions according to G.992.5 Annex A.
2.3.1 Data forwarding
In the network side, GWH-01 equipment must coordinate with network equipment to implement user access, network address allocation, user information authentication as well as other management and control functions to support network operations.
184.108.40.206 Router and Bridge mode
Must support the routing mode, bridge mode, and routing-bridging mixed mode
At any mode, the devices must support mutual access between terminals in the home network. Also the terminals must be able to access home gateway.
At any mode, the devices must support binding of LAN/WLAN port and WAN port.
At routing mode, the home gateway should be able to limit the number of terminals connecting to public network.
At routing mode, home gateways should support DHCP option60 to identify the device.
At routing mode, you must support at least 3 routing connections, and enable set up.
At routing mode, the home gateway should be able to limit the number of terminals accessing to public network at the same time (access based on the private network IP address or MAC address) , and support configuring the total number of public network access.
You must configure number of access in remote configuration mode. Suppose the current restrictions on number of accessing terminals is N, then processing the internet accessing request of the N 1 terminal, GWH-01 must complete the following steps:
1.Using ARP detection method, check if any of the previous N terminals is offline, any terminal fails to response to any of the 3 consecutive tests will be considered as offline.
2. If all the N terminals are active, then GWH-01 should reject internet access request of the N 1 terminal, but the N 1 terminal can get private network IP addresses and access the other terminals and equipment at LAN end.
3. If the current active terminals are less than N, then GWH-01 should allow the N 1 terminal to complete Internet access.
Must support PPPoE dialing
In the ADSL access mode, the devices must support the ATM model.
Support independent settings and services of eight VPI / VCI, support F5 OAM, and support G.994.1.
2.3.2 Network protocol
In the user side, GWH-01 device should be able to support the home network running, providing management services such as address allocation, address resolution etc.
Must support static routing and static routing table can be configured, deleted and queried.
Optionally support dynamic routing of RIPV1/V2
Must support the DHCP client, and be able to obtain IP addresses from the outside network.
Must support DHCP server, support configurable address pool that can allocate subnet IP address for the home network. The default LAN-side IP addresses segment is of 192.168.1.0/24.
DHCP server must support the dual address pool, which are non-overlapping address spaces in the same network segment. Assign device addresses from the address pool, according to DHCP option60 identification reported by the equipments in the home network.
DHCP Server can tell assigned address in the address pool, including the client name, MAC address and IP address.
Must support DNS relay, support DNS requests forwarding for equipments within the home network.
WAN port as a DHCP Client or PPP Client can automatically obtain the DNS server address.
WAN port using Static IP can support standby DNS server for manual configuration.
Must support DDNS Dynamic DNS feature, venders should provide free support to China Unicom’s follow-up DDNS services.
Support NAT / NAPT conversion and comply with the RFC2663, RFC3022 protocol specification.
Support Cone NAT
Support virtual server, which is to support home networking devices to open external server services such as ftp server / web server; support options for common protocol virtual server, allowing users to change related configuration of the virtual server; support user-defined new virtual server; support open for at least eight virtual servers.
Optionally support for Port Triggering. When the specified port within the network send the packet, the device will automatically open the specified port outside the network, and map it to the corresponding port of the host in internal network; provide options for Port Triggering of common protocol, allows the user to change the related configuration of port triggering; support adding user-defined Port Triggering; number of Port Triggering should meet normal demand of most users.
Support IGMP Proxy, IGMP snooping feature.
Support for IGMP V1, V2, optionally support for IGMP V3.
Support for IGMP V1, V2 Fast Leave;
Support IGMPV1, V2 source IP addresses transparent transmission.
Support the ALG function, support Private Network Traversing of SIP, FTP, RTSP, L2TP, optionally support for TFTP, IPSec protocol; provide separate switching options for each protocol.
220.127.116.11 Other features
Support IPv4 and IPv6
Support SNTP or NTP protocol, can synchronize with time of NTP server deployed by operators. GWH-01 should synchronize with the NTP server each power-on, and synchronize once every 24 hours if with continuous power supply.
2.3.3 WLAN AP
Home gateway should provide a WLAN interface at user end, providing wireless access to enable wireless transmission between home devices.
Must provide physical switch to open and close the WLAN feature. The WLAN feature should be enabled by default. Every operation from WEB pages or external hard-switch will switch the open/close state of WLAN feature, and states on Web pages and external hard-switch side should be the same.
Support 802.11b、802.11g and 802.11g/b mixed modes.
GWH-01 must have a good compatibility with other WLAN devices, must be certified by Wi-Fi Alliance.
Support multi-SSID, support at least four virtual AP (ie SSID-1, SSID-2, SSID-3, SSID-4), each virtual AP with separate configuration, including ESSID, BSSID, Sequence Number, sending queue, security mechanisms, configuration parameters. From the external view, each virtual AP is equal to the actual AP.
Must support a separate set for each of the hidden SSID and encryption settings.
Must support independent binding between the SSID and the WAN connection
Only SSID-1 is enabled by default, the other SSID can be enabled and configured by remote management platform, or Unicom administrator, but not available to ordinary users.
Support manual and automatic speed adjustment, the default setting is automatic speed adjustment mode. Range of 802.11b speed adjustment is 11,5.5,2,1 Mbps, Range of 802.11b speed adjustment is 54,48,36,24,18,12,9,6 Mbps, Mixed automatic speed adjustment ranges 54,48,36,24, 18,12,9,6,11,5.5,2,1 Mbps.
Support 13 work channels (channel 1 ~ 13), the scope of the channel comply with the 802.11 protocol. Supports automatic channel selection and manual configuration, the default mode is auto-channel selection. Transmission power adjustable, the maximum transmit power (including antenna gain) should reach 85 ~ 100mW.
Supports 64-bit, 128-bit WEP encryption, the key can be HEX or ASCII character.
Must support WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, must support AES, TKIP encryption, support for WAPI encryption and WPA-PSK is enabled by default. The WPA-PSK key of SSID1 is randomly generated by the system when leave factory, and marked on the surface of home gateway. When equipment is restored as the factory settings, the key should be set as the one marked on the surface.
18.104.22.168 Other Requirements
Support the STA in power-saving mode that can identify the STA enters a power save state, and cache relevant data, be able to wake up STA by Beacon frame, and send the cached data.
2.3.4 Devices identification
Home Gateway automatically detects the connecting devices, and configures the specific private network IP address and parameters for certain devices (such as QoS, Port Forwarding, etc.). As to the terminal cannot be identified (such as the DHCP request without Option 60 field, or Option 60 field not complying with definition in Appendix A of this specification ), then recognize them as "Computer".
Home gateway must support DHCP packet extension field Option 43, Option 60, and should be consistent with RFC2132, RFC3925 standard.
Home gateway support two-level and three-level QoS mechanisms, support various ways of flow classification, support multiple types of queue scheduling management mechanism, support current-limiting and traffic shaping and monitoring. Its WLAN interface support WMM, and the Ethernet interface support 802.1p / q, the ADSL interface supports ATM-QoS (UBR, CBR, RT-VBR, NRT-VBR), ATM traffic shaping, in the IP layer it supports priority queue, provide end to end quality assurance for service data of various home networking terminals.
22.214.171.124 Flow Classification
Support the following flow classification：
1. Support flow classifications by source IP, destination IP, source port, destination port, Ethernet port, and SSID.
2. Support flow classification by the source MAC address, destination MAC, 802.1p, optionally support flow classification by the Ethernet type, VLAN tag.
3. Supported flow classification by DSCP, optionally support flow classification by the TOS, IP precedence.
4. Support flow classification by protocol type (TCP / UDP / ICMP).
126.96.36.199 Mark and Re-mark
WAN port set-up and re-marking value of 802.1p and DSCP according to flow classification, and optionally support for marking values of 802.1q, TOS, IP precedence.
188.8.131.52 Queue management
At least support PQ (absolute priority) queue scheduling.
184.108.40.206 Qos of ATM
Must support UBR, CBR, rt-VBR, and nrt-VBR service types.
Must support the layer traffic shaping on ATM layer.
Must support binding of port and PVC.
220.127.116.11 QoS of WLAN
Must support the WMM, support mapping of data flow and WMM queue, support four kinds of stream type defined by WMM (VOICE / VIDEO / BACKGROUND / BEST EFFORT) and its priority scheduling rules, support priority-based data processing and forwarding.
QoS for multi-SSID can be assigned with different priorities.
Packet filtering technology for the application layer, in order to facilitate the implementation of internal network security policies, can detect session attempts through the firewall's application layer, to prevent data packets inconsistent with the rules.
Must provide anti-port-scanning functions, anti-malware port scanning from other applications and equipments.
Must provide anti-illegal packet attack functions.
2.3.7 New user internet portal control
If users connect to the Internet for the first time, typing any URL at the browse page, the system will pop-up an operator's service pages.
During the user's first visit to the Internet via different terminals (a reboot or every 24 hours after the terminal starts are regarded as the first online), the home gateway parse the HTTP protocol URL. Once detecting the terminal is make the URL access for the first time, the home gateway will guide the visit to China Unicom portal Web site.
2.3.8 Exception warning
Must support exception warning.
When the client PC is unable to be online because ADSL is not connected or activated, the system should display ‘ADSL connection is not successful’ automatically on the browser pages of client PC.
2.4.1 Power-up period
Power-on period less than 60s (equipment start-up time);
Power-to-activation time of ADSL line should be less than 60s (under good line conditions).
2.4.2 ADSL access performance
Transmission performance of ADSL2 lines should be consistent with the “Technical requirements of China Unicom ADSL2 customer premise equipment."
2.4.3 Router forwarding performance
Throughput is the sum of data sent and received by all ports of the device at the same time.
If length of the packet is 64byte, customer premise equipment’s uplink and downlink data traffic should respectively reach 60% of the biggest line activation rate or more.
If length of the packet is respectively 512byte, 1024byte and 1518byte, customer premise equipment’s uplink and downlink data traffic should respectively reach 80% of the biggest line activation rate or more.
18.104.22.168 Address Learning
The number of MAC address learning should be no less than 64.
22.214.171.124 Cache size
Should offer buffer capacity of 40 packets with packet size of 1518-byte, to support small amount of unexpected data services.
126.96.36.199 Security process
If length of the packet is respectively 64bytes, 512bytes, 1024bytes, and 1518bytes, number of UDP session should not be less than 512.
2.4.4 WLAN wireless performance
188.8.131.52 WLAN throughput performance
When the single wireless end access to home gateway by 802.11b, the one-way uplink or downlink throughput of wireless terminal should be:
Non-encrypted: no less than 5Mbps;
Encrypted: no less than 4.5Mbps. The encryption method is 128bit WEP encryption.
When the single wireless end access to home gateway by 802.11g, the one-way uplink or downlink throughput of wireless terminal should be:
Non-encrypted: no less than 18Mbps;
Encrypted: no less than 16Mbps. Encryption method is 128bit WEP encryption.
184.108.40.206 WLAN coverage
Home gateway using the omni-directional antennas, transmission power should be less than 100mW, and:
(1) If deployed in open room without block and interference, the largest coverage extent of signal should be over 50m;
(2) If deployed in open area outdoor without block and interference, the largest coverage extent of signal should be over 100m;
220.127.116.11 WLAN receiver sensitivity
Under 802.11b protocol, in DSSS / DBPSK and CCK mode, receiver threshold level should meet the requirements in the following table. When using 1024-byte long of PSDU, under a certain data rate, the frame error rate (FER) should be less than 8%, when the reception signal level is equal to the corresponding threshold.
Table 2-1 under 802.11b protocol, in DSSS / DBPSK and CCK mode, the receiver threshold level required
Data rate（Mbps） receiver threshold signal level（dBm）
MTBF (mean time between failures) If the packet size is 1518-byte, downlink rate of sending data is 10Mbps and the corresponding uplink rate is 500Kbps, with continuous sending the packets for 12 hours, packet loss rate should be less than 0.1%.
2.5 Maintenance management
2.5.1 Basic Requirements
Home gateway provides two kinds of management methods:
Local Management: Home gateway management and maintenance by Unicom administrator or home user.
Remote management: ACS management and maintenance on the home gateway equipment.
As the end unit of the operation network, in principle, Home gateway must support China Unicom administrators to make local configuration and remote configuration for all information setting and queries related to network operation.
Home gateway management can be along the following protocol:
Remote management: need to support TR-069 protocol for remote configuration and management, must support HTTP / XML / SOAP protocol, it is recommended to support FTP / TFTP client; optionally support SNMP protocol for remote configuration and management.
Local Management: must support WEB configuration management, must support the telnet configuration management.
Home gateway must support the log records, including records of home gateway login, management configuration, external attacks, warning information etc.
The requirement of the log file is as follows:
Txt log file should be a txt file, please refer to Appendix B for format requirements;
At least can store the latest 60 logs (if unresolved logs exceed 60, the new log should overwrite the earliest log);
All log files are stored locally and ensured no lost when power off;
Log files can be uploaded to ACS server according to requests, upload by the HTTP Post or HTTP Put, you can delete / empty the local files after uploading;
18.104.22.168 Device identification
Home gateway device ID is the only identifying parameter of the device for:
1. Unique equipment ID in terminal management system;
2. Tag identification on the home gateway device enclosure.
See Device Identification Definition in Appendix C:
2.5.2 Local Management
Home gateways support local configuration management via local PC. Local configuration interface must provide a friendly UI and comprehensive online help for configuration. Home gateway must provide a user configuration interface based on the WEB page. Home Gateway WEB local management must support two user management modes, that Unicom administrator and local management users. Family users are capable to manage the basic configuration and equipment query for gateway. Unicom administrator is with complete configuration and management capabilities, able to query user name of family users, modify the family user profiles, provincial company define the default user name and password of China Unicom administrator. The default home user name is ‘user’, and password is a random 8-bit lower-case ASCII string (0-9, az). The password can be obtained from the back identification. User name and password of Unicom administrator are not open to family users, only can be used or modified by remote management platform or the administrator.
22.214.171.124 UI Style
In the login page and home page, it should display China Unicom's Company LOGO and "Family 1 " brand LOGO. China Unicom Company LOGO as shown in Figure 2-1, "Family 1 " brand LOGO as shown in Figure 2-2. The interface should be mainly in red, and text in Chinese bold, a sample of the main page is shown in Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-1 China Unicom Company LOGO
Figure 2-2"Family 1 " brand LOGO
Figure 2-3 main page sample
126.96.36.199 Login web page
User need to login to enter the main page. The login page should show China Unicom Company LOGO and "Family 1 " brand LOGO, with a user name and password input text boxes.
188.8.131.52 Home page
Shows China Unicom Company LOGO and "Family 1 " brand LOGO on the upper left corner of the main page, shows home gateway models in the page. The primary menu of the main page contains the items of state, networking, security, application, management, exit, and help. After click on a menu item, it shows the corresponding low- menu item, shows next menu of the current selected menu item on the left display column in main page, by checking the third-level menu items, user can view and configure certain items.
Menu items and configuration parameters of Main page differentiate according to logged-on users, when the logged-on user is China Unicom administrator, menu items and configuration parameters as the following table 2-2:
Table 2-2 menu items and configuration parameters required on the main page when Unicom administrator logged-in
Primary menu secondary menu Third menu Displaying items
State Device information Basic information Displaying device version number, MAC address
LAN Interface Displaying information includes: IP address, subnet mask, DHCP server status
WAN Interface Show WAN information, virtual circuit number, status, connection type, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS server
ADSL Show ADSL firmware version, Line Status, ADSL mode, ADSL type, noise margin, circuit attenuation, line-rate
System log System log Clear and save the log
statistics Ethernet number of frame sent, number of multicast sent, total of bytes sent, number of conflict and error frames sent, number of received frames, number of received multicast frames, total bytes received, number of received CRC error frames, and number of received too small frames
ADSL Total of PDUs sent, total sent error count, total of PDUs received, total received error count
WLAN number of frame sent, number of error frames sent, number of discarded frames sent, received frames, number of error frames received, number of discarded frames received
Quick setup Quick setup Five steps: setting a new password, set the time zone, set up WAN, set up wireless network, save the configuration
Interface configuration Internet connection ATM VC Configuration: virtual circuit number, status, VPI, VCI, service category（UBR Without PCR/ UBR With PCR/CBR/Non Real Time VBR/ Real Time VBR）
Packaging mode Configuration package mode (dynamic IP addresses, static IP address, PPPoA / PPPoE, bridge mode; Dynamic / Static IP address including 1483 Bridged IP LLC/1483 Bridged IP VC-Mux/1483 Routed IP LLC/1483 Routed IP VC-Mux，LLC/VC-Mux setting）
Other Configure the bridge interface,, the connection mode (stay connecting, and automatically connect when necessary, manual connection), TCP MSS settings, NAT, default route, MTU, dynamic routing, multicast proxy, MAC spoofing
LAN Local IP IGMP snoop Configure for the IP address, subnet mask, dynamic routing, multicast proxy, IGMP snoop
DHCP Start / Disable / Relay
Enable: Start IP address, IP pool counts, lease, address Pool outline, DNS settings
Relay: Proxy DHCP Server
WLAN setting Access point setting Enable / disable, Beacon Period, RTS / CTS Threshold, Fragmentation Threshold, DTIM, mode settings (11b/11g/11b g)
Multi SSID setting Configure SSID index, SSID name, hidden broadcast SSID, network authentication methods (WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK) and the corresponding parameter setting items
WLAN MAC address filtering Enable/ disable, allow /reject, Address List
Advanced setting Firewall Firewall Enable/Disable
Routing settings routing table Display the routing table, Enable option of static routing and corresponding setting
Advanced NAT setting DMZ setting DMZ Host address setting
virtual server setting Virtual Server parameter settings
address Mapping I Address mapping parameter setting
QoS Rules Configure the scheduling rules and the related parameters, including the physical port flow classification, IP quintuple flow classification, VLAN / DSCP flow classification, etc.
Actions Configure the scheduling priority setting, re-mark settings
Port setting (optionally) PVID setting Configure PVID of PVC / Ethernet ports / WLAN Interfaces
VLAN group Configure related parameters of the VLAN group, and options to add VLAN tag or not
ADSL ADSL （ALL/G.dmt/G.lite/ADSL2/ADSL2 ）
ADSL type A, A/L, I, M, AIJLM
Access management Access control list Set up control rules Configuration Access Protocol, interface direction, IP range allowed to access
Control list Display the setting list
Filter IP/MAC filtering Configuration of interface, direction, protocol, rules
URL filter Configuration of URL rules
Dynamic DNS Dynamic DNS Configuration to enable/disable, setting host name, user name, password
CWMP setting (TR069) ACS setting URL, username, password
Connection request Configuration of path, port, user name, password
period Information Configuration to enable /disable, and the time interval
maintenance Set password set up new username/password
time zone Sync NTP Server Configure the time zone, daylight saving time, NTP server address
PC time synchronization Synchronizing with PC time
manual Manually configure the time
Upgrade version files upgrade choose version files location and upgrade
Upgrade the backup configuration file Select the configuration file location and upgrade, backup the configuration file
System reboot Restart with the current configuration
Select the current configuration and restart
Reset factory default setting Reset to factory default setting
diagnostic test diagnostic test Testing Ethernet connection, ADSL synchronization, OAM loopback test, ping the preferred DNS, ping Yahoo
Help Configuration items related to the page with the help and instructions, there are category browsing functions
When the logged-on user is family user, menu items and configuration parameters as the following table 2-3:
Table 2-3: menu items and configuration parameters required on the main page when Unicom administrator logged-in
Primary menu secondary menu Third menu Displaying items
State Equipment Information Basic information Display device version number, MAC address
LAN interface Display information includes: IP address, subnet mask, DHCP server status
WAN interface Show WAN information, virtual circuit number, status, connection type, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS server
Self-service User Configuration Change web login username and password Web Users can modify the logged-on username and password
WLAN SSID name, encryption and access password modification
Users can modify the WLAN SSID name, and access password under encryption mode.
PPPoE dial-up account password changes
Users can modify the PPPoE dial-up account and password under routing mode.
Reboot system Restart with the current configuration
Select the current configuration and restart
Based on the menu requirements, manufacturers can implement specific form, content for ergonomic interface, and should highlight attentive items in the configuration page.
2.5.3 Remote Management
184.108.40.206 Basic Requirement
Support remote management and maintenance: parameter query and configuration, parameter attributes query and configuration, remote software upgrade, remote reboot, restore factory settings, warning reporting, log file upload, PING testing, Basic authentication, Digest authentication, SSL 3.0 or TLS 1.0, CHUNK encoding method, RPC method with specific requirements, remove and add of multi-instance objects, remote management system access in DHCP mode, CPE initiated connection, RMS initiated connection, configuration file upload, configuration file download, data model query, software upgrade, failure diagnosis, home gateway statistic information and state query, etc. , as well as completing interoperability test with mainstream remote management platform.
Must support TR-069/ TR-098/ TR-106 parameter model; Promise to support subsequent China Unicom extensive parameter model;
Must support Digest two-way authentication, the username / password of home gateway authentication platform is: acs/acs, the username / password of platform authentication home gateway is: cpe/cpe; Home gateway must support SSL.
After configuring parameters by ACS, if the device needs to restart, it should inform AC, and then restart upon ACS command.
Capable to prevent ACS server from overload, in case that after power cut in certain areas, when many home gateways are power-on and sending period inform packet simultaneously, may cause function abnormally or even system crash on ACS server in a short time. To avoid overload, when it sends the first period inform packets to ACS management platform after charging, sends the packets by random time (exceed or equal 30 seconds, less than or equal to the set period time). Subsequent period inform packets all use the fixed period to communicate with ACS.
220.127.116.11 Remote Parameter Configuration and Performance Monitoring
Home gateway is able to use ACS to implement remote configuration and read of device information and state parameters. The specific functions need to implement are as follows:
Home gateway device information: must support device information (device type, device ID, hardware version, software versions, etc.) query.
Configuration and query of network-side parameter,
Configuration and query of network-side connection mode,
Configuration and query of PPP mode parameter,
Configuration and performance detection of DSL uplink parameter (only for devices with DSL access)
Configuration and query of DSL line physical layer parameter;
Detection of DSL line physical layer performance parameter;
Configuration and query of PVC parameter;
Configuration and query of Client-side parameter;
Configuration and query of client-side network parameter;
Configuration and query of LAN device address distribution parameter;
Configuration and query of LAN address information;
Configuration and query of Ethernet parameter;
Configuration and query of Ethernet physical port parameter;
Monitoring of Ethernet port performance (sending and receiving bytes, etc.);
Configuration and query of WLAN parameter;
Configuration and query of the basic parameter and security parameter of the home gateway’s WLAN;
State query of the connected devices in WLAN
Configuration and query of firewall parameter;
Configuration and query of the filtered parameter according to URL, IP address, protocol and port data packet,
Configuration and query of attacking protection parameter;
Configuration and query of security level parameter.
Home gateway provides business-related QoS configuration templates, and ACS can select the proper template based on the available business.
A QoS configuration template should include the following function settings (see TR-069 and TR-098 requirements):
Must support the configuration of source/ destination IP, data stream’s classification, source/ destination MAC, source/ destination port numbers, protocols, etc.
Must support QoS configuration based on physical port;
Configuration of policy routing, support mapping from data stream to WAN port or sequence;
Support configuration based on data stream classification and make TOS, 802.1p, DSCP, WLAN tag;
Must support configuration of data stream parameter classified by application,
Must support the configuration of queue parameter;
Must support the configuration of PVC service type,
Management for LAN accessing user numbers;
Must support the configuration of home gateway LAN accessing user numbers
Configuration and query of control function for the first accessing URL.
Must support state switch of the first accessing URL control function,
Must support configuration and query of family monitoring function
Must support the configuration and query of port mapping required for family monitoring;
Should provide service statistic with network-side, based on specific service requirements,
18.104.22.168 Remote failure diagnosis
Home gateway should implement remote failure diagnosis functions as follows:
Reset restart and restore factory settings remotely.
Home gateway should support operations such as ACS remote control, device reset, restarting and restoring factory settings;
When restoring factory settings remotely, home gateway must be capable to retain key parameters, which are based on the final saved configuration. Send “0 boot” in the first inform report after restoring factory settings. The key parameters should include:
Username/ password information with a two-way Digest authentication between home gateway and ACS;
Username/ password of Unicom administrator;
WAN connection and binding used in TR069 (include WPI/VCI, binding, routing and other settings);
Home gateway should accept ACS remote control and related parameter configuration, and launch PING test.
DSL line parameter test (only used in DSL’s uplink home gateway devices)
Home gateway should also accept ACS remote control and carry on DSL line parameter test.
22.214.171.124 Device warming
Home gateway should support device warning. Controlled by ACS, home gateway can upload device warning information. See Annex D for the definition of warning information.
126.96.36.199 Software remote management:
Home gateway can response to ACS remote control, and upgrade the software version. When upgrading software, it should support fault-tolerant check. When local software is destroyed, home gateway is able to connect ACS to download software.
188.8.131.52 Services deployment and control
Home gateway must accept the service deployment request by ACS, and implement the deployment of configure parameters, service parameters, etc.
Parameter configuration and state query of home monitoring application;
Parameter configuration and state query of Video phone application;
Parameter configuration and state query of IPTV application;
Service control is that according to result service detection, adjust a variety of service parameters and configure parameters in the home gateway;
2.5.4 Remote management Platform
An introduction should be presented on whether they can provide remote management platform or not. If they can, they should additionally explain if they have independent parents or are agents (original description), interoperability among terminals, platforms, as well as the understanding of technical requirements for remote management platform, and the correlation and positioning between management platform and integrated service platform.
2.6. Device Hardware
2.6.1 Appearance and re-mark
Home gateway is a new client side product named and developed by China Unicom. To ensure the beauty and business brand consistency, the initial definitions and requirements of China Unicom’s home gateway GWH-01 are listed as follows:
1. Elegant appearance and compatible proportion. The design is better to be of a certain design theme and provide a variety of optional appearance colors.
2. Easy to deploy, and support three kind of deploy modes which are horizontal, vertical, and hung.
3. Mold surface needs to be properly grinded in order to have a better feel, quality and not easy to slide down. Also, a rounded corner with a certain radian is required in corner design in order to avoiding injuries.
4. Each access port should be smooth, easy to insert and plug.
5. As well as good heat dissipation function, the design style of cooling device should also be in accordance with appearance.
6. The logos of China Unicom and its “Family 1 ” business brand should be directly printed on the surface (up side), the back of the model. These logos must follow the VI manual of China Unicom and “Family 1 ” business brand.
7. On the back, side or bottom of a home gateway, related label information and business introduction (defined by the provincial branches) about China Unicom home gateway are required. Requirements are listed as follows:
Terminal device type: GWH-01;
Device Type: Manufacturer type definition
Device bar node: Manufacturers definition
Device ID: Device ID is defined in Annex C, only label OUI and the first 30 bit of serial number, which are connected with dash.
Default WLAN network name: CU_XXXX (XXXX is a 4-bit random ASCII character string (0-9, a-z, AZ))
Default WLAN access key used in network encryption: a random 8-bit lower-case ASCII string (0-9, a-z); Default settings and user password is consistent;
Default gateway access address: http://192.168.1.1;
Default gateway user name: user;
Default gateway user password: a random 8-bit lower-case ASCII string (0-9, a-z)
Manufacturer: Manufacturer definition:
China Unicom Customer Service Hotline: 10010
Service introduction should be defined by the provincial branches of China Unicom
2.6.2 Client side and line side interface
Home gateway provides uplink ADSL2 access and downlink LAN access, as well as an optional Tel interface. The following table shows labels on device for each port:
Table 2-4 Howe gateway port labels requirement
Port Name Label Introduction
Power Port Power Power interface
ADSL Port ADSL Uplink ADSL interface
Ethernet Port 1 LAN1 Ethernet interface1, provide data access services
Ethernet Port 2 LAN2 Ethernet interface 2, provide data access services
Ethernet Interface 3 LAN3/IP camera Ethernet interface 3, provide IP monitoring service with QoS binding settings
Ethernet Interface 4 Lan4/IPTV Ethernet interface 4, provide IPTV service with QoS binding settings
If the labels above find some difficulties in marking on specific models, the following methods could be applied:
In terms of horizontal gateway, print port names of LAN1, LAN2, LAN3, LAN4 above net ports, and print service name “IP Camera” below net port LAN3, “IPTV” below net port LAN4.
In terms of vertical gateway, print port names of LAN1, LAN2, LAN3, LAN4 in the left of the net ports, and service name “IP Camera” in the right of net port LAN3, service name “IPTV” in the right of net port LAN4.
Should have indicators for power, ADSL2 link state, data transceiver, and client side interface state;
Each indicator should have clear labels, and see the proposal in the following table:
Home gateway should have sufficient indicators in order to clearly indicating states of every function modules and network. Specific requirements as below:
Table2-5 Home gateway indicator requirement
Indicator Name Color Label Function
Power Indicator green Power Constant ON: System power-on
OFF: System power-off
ADSL indicator green ADSL Constant ON: DSL link active
Blinking: DSL line connection is being established
Ethernet Indicator green LAN1-4 Constant ON: connected and no traffic.
Blinking: connected with traffic.
Off: Ethernet failures or not connected
WLAN Indicator green WLAN Constant ON: WLAN module enabled, and no traffic.
Blinking: with traffic.
Off: failures/ no WLAN connection/ WLAN disabled
2.6.4 Control button
Control button should with clear labels, the requirements are in the following tables.
Table2-6 Requirements home gateway switchs and buttons
Button Name Label Description
Power Switch On/Off
Reset Reset Concave reset button, to restore the factory configuration
WLAN WLAN Convex button, switching WLAN module
In addition to the gateway itself, a product suit should provide the following fittings:
Power adapter, RJ11 phone line, RJ45 direct network line, client side voice splitter, quick installation CD, etc. (optional).
When using an external voice splitter, the specification should be in accordance with the related provisions in YD/T 1055-2000, .
The line interface, phone interface of client side voice splitter and device interface should be with clear label. It is recommended to mark with “Line”, “Phone”, “Modem(or Home Gateway)”.
When a quick installation CD inserted into the PC CD-ROM connected with a home gateway, it can auto run and guide customers to implement the operations as follows.
Know about the interfaces of the home gateway;
Connect home gateway, PC and other related devices;
Configure wireless parameters (SSID-1, WPA Key, etc.)
Access to home gateway administration interface, and implement a variety of settings
2.6.6 Random Files
Should include product qualification certificates, user manual, fitting list and warrant etc. User manual should not contain the introduction of the administrator username and key used in client side device administration.
2.7.1 Basic Requirement
System should be stable and the function software should be of clear organization.
2.7.2 User login
Telnet should only be open to local login access. Outside network access are blocked.
Firmware in home gateway can only be upgraded remotely but not by home gateway WEB interface.
2.8 Other Requirements
2.8.1 Power Supply
Local ac power supply for client side devices
-- AC voltage and its fluctuation range:
Single-phase 220V, fluctuation range 20%, 50Hz, fluctuation range 5%, line voltage waveform aberration rate: less than 5%, device can work normally within this range.
2.8.2 Power Consumption
The Power Consumption of client side devices should not exceed 20W.
Should list all specific DC voltage and current parameters of client side device power consumption.
184.108.40.206 Temperature and humidity
Client side device can work normally on the conditions as follows:
Environmental temperature: 0°to 40°
Relative Humidity: 10% to 90% (none condense)
220.127.116.11 Dust Proof
The permitted dust condition that client side device can work normally is:
The concentration of dusts with 5µm or longer diameters should not exceed 3*104 particles/m3; Dust particles are non-conductive, magnetic and corrosive.
18.104.22.168 Atmospheric pressure
English to Chinese: What make a wat General field: Art/Literary Detailed field: Architecture
Source text - English The focus of every village, and many urban communities, the wat (Thai Buddhist monastery), plays many secular roles and even offers entertainment. Still the wat compound is sacred ground, removed from the mundane world by walls beyond an initial gate or fortified moat. To the Khmer cosmological plan, Thais added chedi (pointed reliquery towers) and their ancestral rooflines, the eaves chiming with brass bells.
The key building is the bot (or ubosot), the ordination hall rarely open to the public and demarcated by eight bai sema (which inspired Thai Airways’ logo). Often leaf-shaped, these flat standing monoliths may be sheltered in miniature shrines. Most temples have one or more vihaan (assembly halls). Lacking bai sema, but resembling bot in their decorative gables, crown-like window frames, raised terrace and roofs of green and orange tiles, vihaan usually host the principal Buddha images and public worship.
Thai motifs also embellish other temple structures. The cubic mondop, with complex cruciform roof, houses a Buddha footprint or scriptures. Hor trai (libraries) sit upon a pedestal or stilts over water to protect against fire and insects. Sometimes Buddha images line a cloister. And as in secular spaces, sala (elevated open pavilions) can shelter any activity, from resting, eating or meeting, to music, dance or massage. Chedi, however, are usually the dominant structures. Beside the massive prang at Wat Arun in Bangkok or record-breaking Phra Pathom Chedi in Nakhon Pathom, the surrounding buildings are merely grace notes.
Inside temple halls, complex symbolism infuses murals, lacquer work and carved wooden doors, lintels, walls, furniture and ceilings. Attending Hindu gods are lesser deities, like thep, apsara (heavenly dancers) and the half-woman, half-bird kinnaree. The focus of all this decoration is the image of Lord Buddha, in which every variation of detail, posture or gesture carries meaning (see p25 Buddha Embodied). He sits on a throne built up of complex, boat-contoured angles, or fringed with lotus petal patterns.
The ubiquitous lotus, rising from the mud to bloom in purity, is Buddhism’s favoured symbol. The faith’s supreme protector, the aquatic serpent naga shelters the Buddha under his multi-headed hood, curves round walls and through decorative panels and slithers along bridges to holy ground.
Translation - Chinese 泰国的寺院叫做wat，是所有村庄以及很多城乡社区的中心。Wat 承担了很多世俗功能，甚至给人们提供娱乐消遣。尽管如此，庙宇仍然是神圣的场所。通常寺庙都由高墙大门或者护城河与世俗世界隔离开来。除了应用高棉的宇宙观，泰国的寺院中还添加了佛塔（高耸的舍利塔）并且屋顶是采用泰国传统的屋顶形状。寺院建筑的屋檐上都挂着铃声清脆的铜铃。
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