7850 NSG-E Activation

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Please refer to your service provider's documentation.

Setting Up 7850 NSG-E

  1. Connect your 7850 NSG-E to the AC power supply (110-240V).
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  3. WAN connection:
    1. For single-uplinks, use an Ethernet cable to connect to Port 1.
    2. For dual-uplinks, use Ethernet cables to connect to Ports 1-2.
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    Note: Please refer to your service provider's detailed documentation for further information.

  4. Ports 2-6 can be used for connecting to LAN(s).
  5. For automatic bootstrap mode, insert the USB bootstrap key into any USB port and power-on the NSG.
  6. For multi-factor bootstrapping, the installer must connect the laptop to Gigabit Ethernet Port 6 (identified by a blinking LED). Otherwise, connect the laptop Port 3. Power-on the NSG and follow the instructions in the bootstrap email.
  7. Post bootstrapping, connect devices to any available ports (i.e. not used for WAN connection) using Ethernet cable(s).
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Hardware Specifications

CPU specifications Intel Atom CPU built-in Quick-Assist Crypto acceleration
Interface quantities
  • 6 x 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ45)
  • 2 x USB 2.0 Standard-A female
  • 1 x RS-232 RJ-45 console
Aggregate throughput
  • Unencrypted - 300Mbps (imix), 850Mbps (1500 byte packets)
  • Encrypted – 180Mbps (imix), 640Mbps (1500 byte packets)
Dimensions 177 mm x 145.5 mm x 44 mm / 7.0 in. x 5.7 in. x 1.7 in. (width x depth x height)
Weight 1.2 Kg / 2.65 lb
Operating temperature 0 ~ 40°C / 32° ~ 104°F
Operating relative humidity 5 ~ 90%, non-condensing
Storage Temperature -20 ~ 70°C
  • Draw: 36 W (maximum)
  • Input: 100 ~240 V at 50-60 Hz
Cooling Fan-less design with integrated cooling via corrugated aluminum enclosure

Panel Features


Front Panel Features of 7850 NSG-E


Rear Panel Features of 7850 NSG-E

Safety Guidelines

General Safety

Operating Safety

EMC Safety

The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential environment. The equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of the equipment in a commercial area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case users will be required to correct the interference at their own expense.

Lithium Battery Safety

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