Draytek Telnet Commands for Vigor3300 Series Reference Guide

Draytek Telnet Commands for
Vigor3300 Series
Reference Guide
Version: 1.0
Date: 2006/12/28
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction....................................................................................................................1
1.1 Accessing Telnet................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Valid Commands .................................................................................................................................. 3
2. Commands Descriptions...............................................................................................7
2.1 advance ................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1.1 nat ............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.1.1.1 addressmap ................................................................................................................. 7
2.1.1.2 dmz .............................................................................................................................. 8
2.1.1.3 portlist........................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.1.4 redirectport................................................................................................................. 10
2.1.1.5 status.......................................................................................................................... 12
2.1.2 snmp........................................................................................................................................ 13
2.1.2.1 community.................................................................................................................. 13
2.1.2.2 trap2sink .................................................................................................................... 14
2.1.3 block ........................................................................................................................................ 15
2.1.4 blockstatus .............................................................................................................................. 16
2.1.5 callsch ..................................................................................................................................... 17
2.1.6 lanvlan ..................................................................................................................................... 18
2.1.7 portmirror................................................................................................................................. 19
2.1.8 staticroute................................................................................................................................ 20
2.1.9 tagvlan..................................................................................................................................... 21
2.1.10 wanportmirror ........................................................................................................................ 23
2.2 firewall ................................................................................................................................................ 24
2.2.1 dos........................................................................................................................................... 24
2.2.1.1 icmpflood.................................................................................................................... 24
2.2.1.2 packetblock ................................................................................................................ 25
2.2.1.3 portscan ..................................................................................................................... 26
2.2.1.4 synflood...................................................................................................................... 27
2.2.1.5 udpflood ..................................................................................................................... 28
2.2.1.6 enable ........................................................................................................................ 28
2.2.2 ipfilter....................................................................................................................................... 29
2.2.2.1 filterrule ...................................................................................................................... 29
2.2.2.2 general ....................................................................................................................... 32
2.2.2.3 group .......................................................................................................................... 33
2.2.3 urlfilter...................................................................................................................................... 34
2.2.3.1 catetory ...................................................................................................................... 34
2.2.3.2 exception.................................................................................................................... 36
2.2.3.3 keyword...................................................................................................................... 37
2.2.3.4 schedule..................................................................................................................... 37
2.2.3.5 web............................................................................................................................. 38
2.2.3.6 enable ........................................................................................................................ 39
2.3 network ............................................................................................................................................... 40
2.3.1 lan............................................................................................................................................ 40
2.3.1.1 dhcp ........................................................................................................................... 40
2.3.1.2 ip_nat ......................................................................................................................... 42
2.3.1.3 ip_route ...................................................................................................................... 43
2.3.2 wan.......................................................................................................................................... 44
2.3.2.1 advance ..................................................................................................................... 44
2.3.2.2 active.......................................................................................................................... 45
2.3.2.3 dhcp ........................................................................................................................... 46
2.3.2.4 dmz ............................................................................................................................ 47
2.3.2.5 macf ........................................................................................................................... 48
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2.3.2.6 ppp_detect ................................................................................................................. 49
2.3.2.7 pppoe ......................................................................................................................... 50
2.3.2.8 pptp ............................................................................................................................ 51
2.3.2.9 rate ............................................................................................................................. 52
2.3.2.10 show......................................................................................................................... 53
2.3.2.11 speed ....................................................................................................................... 54
2.3.2.12 static......................................................................................................................... 55
2.3.2.13 static_detect............................................................................................................. 56
2.3.3 highava.................................................................................................................................... 57
2.3.4 policy ....................................................................................................................................... 58
2.3.5 static_dhcp .............................................................................................................................. 60
2.4 qos...................................................................................................................................................... 61
2.4.1 incoming .................................................................................................................................. 61
2.4.1.1 active.......................................................................................................................... 61
2.4.1.2 class ........................................................................................................................... 61
2.4.4.3 filter ............................................................................................................................ 62
2.4.2 outgoing................................................................................................................................... 64
2.4.2.1 active.......................................................................................................................... 64
2.4.2.2 class ........................................................................................................................... 64
2.4.2.3 filter ............................................................................................................................ 65
2.5 System................................................................................................................................................ 67
2.5.1 acl............................................................................................................................................ 67
2.5.2 administrator............................................................................................................................ 68
2.5.3 ntp ........................................................................................................................................... 69
2.5.4 port .......................................................................................................................................... 70
2.5.5 reboot ...................................................................................................................................... 71
2.5.6 status....................................................................................................................................... 72
2.5.7 syslog ...................................................................................................................................... 73
2.6 voip ..................................................................................................................................................... 74
2.6.1 advspdial ................................................................................................................................. 74
2.6.1.1 advspdial.................................................................................................................... 74
2.6.2 in_barring ................................................................................................................................ 76
2.6.2.1 allow ........................................................................................................................... 76
2.6.2.2 deny ........................................................................................................................... 77
2.6.2.3 set .............................................................................................................................. 78
2.6.3 misc ......................................................................................................................................... 79
2.6.3.1 dialing_timeout........................................................................................................... 79
2.6.3.2 fxo_auto_disconnect .................................................................................................. 79
2.6.3.3 fxs_ringing.................................................................................................................. 80
2.6.3.4 line_reversal............................................................................................................... 80
2.6.3.5 rtp_port....................................................................................................................... 81
2.6.3.6 t38port ........................................................................................................................ 81
2.6.3.7 t38redundancy ........................................................................................................... 82
2.6.3.8 tos .............................................................................................................................. 82
2.6.4 port .......................................................................................................................................... 83
2.6.4.1 callforward.................................................................................................................. 83
2.6.4.2 codec.......................................................................................................................... 84
2.6.4.3 disconnect.................................................................................................................. 86
2.6.4.4 dtmf_relay .................................................................................................................. 87
2.6.4.5 fax .............................................................................................................................. 88
2.6.4.6 gain ............................................................................................................................ 89
2.6.4.7 group .......................................................................................................................... 90
2.6.4.8 hotline......................................................................................................................... 91
2.6.4.9 phonenumber............................................................................................................. 92
2.6.4.10 proxy ........................................................................................................................ 93
2.6.4.11 voip_ip...................................................................................................................... 94
2.6.5 protocol.................................................................................................................................... 95
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2.6.5.1 mgcp .......................................................................................................................... 95
2.6.5.2 sip............................................................................................................................... 98
2.6.5.3 set .............................................................................................................................. 99
2.6.6 speeddial ............................................................................................................................... 100
2.6.6.1 del ............................................................................................................................ 100
2.6.6.2 set ............................................................................................................................ 100
2.6.6.3 show......................................................................................................................... 101
2.6.7 tone ....................................................................................................................................... 102
2.6.7.1 user_defined ............................................................................................................ 102
2.6.7.2 country ..................................................................................................................... 106
2.6.8 nat ......................................................................................................................................... 107
2.6.9 qos......................................................................................................................................... 108
2.6.10 save..................................................................................................................................... 108
2.6.11 siplog ................................................................................................................................... 109
2.6.12 status................................................................................................................................... 109
2.7 vpn.....................................................................................................................................................110
2.7.1 ipsec ...................................................................................................................................... 110
2.7.1.1 connect .................................................................................................................... 110
2.7.1.2 disconnect................................................................................................................ 110
2.7.1.3 log ............................................................................................................................ 110
2.7.1.4 policy ........................................................................................................................ 111
2.7.1.5 status........................................................................................................................ 113
2.7.2 pptp ....................................................................................................................................... 114
2.7.2.1 auth .......................................................................................................................... 114
2.7.2.2 general ..................................................................................................................... 115
2.7.2.3 group ........................................................................................................................ 116
2.7.2.4 12tp .......................................................................................................................... 117
2.8 exit/logout/quit ...................................................................................................................................118
2.9 ping....................................................................................................................................................118
2.10 traceroute ........................................................................................................................................118
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1. Introduction
1.1 Accessing Telnet
Click Start >> Run and type Telnet 192.168.1.1 in the Open box as below. Note that the IP
address in the example is the default address of the router. If you have changed the default,
enter the current IP address of the router.
Click OK. The Telnet terminal will open. If an administrator password has not already been
assigned, follow the on-screen instructions to assign one.
You have to enter “draytek” as the login name and enter “1234” as the password.
After assigning a password, type “?”. You will see a list of valid/common commands
depending on the router that your use.
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To access into next level of the command, please type the first level directly; to return to
previous level, please type “..” .
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1.2 Valid Commands
The valid commands will differ according to the router and the firmware version that you have.
At present, commands explained in this manual are for Vigor 3300 Series. Please refer to the
following table for quick searching the telnet command for your necessity.
F/W: V2.5.7.3 (RC1)
Commands Type
First Layer
nat
nnmp
advance
Valid subcommands
Second Layer
addressmap
dmz
portlist
redirectport
status
community
trap2sink
block
blockstatus
callsch
lanvlan
portmirror
staticroute
tagvlan
wanportmirror
icmpflood
Firewall
packetblock
portscan
Dos
synflood
udpflood
enable
filterrule
Ipfilter
general
group
category
urlfilter
exception
keyword
schedule
web
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Third Layer
enable
threshold
option
enable
threshold
enable
threshold
enable
threshold
Add
Delete
Edit
status
startup
Add
Delete
Edit
status
Eptallow
Eptdeny
Server
set
Add
Delete
Edit
Add
Block_mode
Delete
edit
Option
time
Accessbyip
Commands Type
First Layer
lan
network
wan
Valid subcommands
Second Layer
filetype
enable
dhcp
Ip_nat
Ip_route
advance
active
dhcp
dmz
mac
ppp_detect
pppoe
pptp
rate
show
speed
static
static_detect
Third Layer
highava
policy
static_dhcp
incoming
qos
outgoing
system
voip
acl
administrator
ntp
port
reboot
status
syslog
advspdial
In_barring
misc
port
active
class
filter
active
class
filter
advspdial
allow
deny
set
dialing_timeout
fxo_auto_disconnect
fxs_ringing
line_reversal
rtp_port
t38port
t38redundancy
tos
callforward
codec
disconnect
dtmf_relay
fax
gain
group
hotline
phonenumber
proxy
voip_ip
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Commands Type
First Layer
protocol
speeddial
tone
Valid subcommands
Second Layer
Third Layer
mgcp
callagent
epidstyle
localport
wildrsip
sip
localport
set
set
del
set
show
user_defined
busy
callerid
congestion
dial
ringing
country
nat
qos
save
siplog
status
ipsec
vpn
pptp
exit
logout
ping
quit
traceroute
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connect
disconnect
log
lolicy
status
auth
general
group
12tp
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2. Commands Descriptions
2.1 advance
2.1.1 nat
2.1.1.1 addressmap
The full name of this command is - Address mapping function. If you have a group of static IP
addresses, then you can use the address-mapping feature to transport them into specific IP
address (which is set in IP Alias List) for accessing Internet.
addressmap -s <Index>
addressmap -e <Index> <Index> <Protocol> <Public IP><Private IP> <Subnet Mask>
addressmap -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Protocol
Available settings that you can use include 0 (means TCP),
1(means UDP) and 2 (means All).
Public IP
Enter the public IP address for mapping with the private IP. It is
set in IP Alias List.
Private IP
Enter the private IP address for mapping with the public IP.
Subnet Mask
Available settings that you can enter here include /24, /16, /8, /25,
/26, /27, /28, /29, /30, /31, /32
Example
DrayTek/advance/nat> addressmap -e 1 2 172.16.3.200 192.168.1.100 /24
DrayTek/advance/nat> addressmap -s 1
------------------NAT Address Map
------------------Index: 1
Protocol: All
Public IP: 172.16.3.200
Private IP: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask: /24
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2.1.1.2 dmz
This command can set a DMZ host that maps ALL unsolicited data on any protocol to a single
host in the LAN.
dmz -s <Index>
dmz -e <Index> <Private IP> 0 <WAN Interface>
dmz -e <Index> <Private IP> 1 <Aux.WAN IP>
dmz -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Private IP
Specify the private IP address for DMZ setting.
WAN Interface
There are four WAN interfaces for Vigor3300 series. Enter the
one you want to make change.
1: WAN1 ;
2: WAN2 ;
3: WAN3 ;
4: WAN4
Aux.WAN IP
Specify an IP as WAN alias IP.
0
It means “disable”.
1
It means “enable”.
Example
DrayTek/advance/nat> dmz -e 1 192.168.1.100 1 172.16.3.200
DrayTek/advance/nat> dmz -s 1
------------------NAT DMZ
------------------Index: 1
Use IP Alias: Enable
WAN Interface: WAN1
IP Alias: 172.16.3.200
Private IP: 192.168.1.100
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2.1.1.3 portlist
This command can display a list of all well-know ports for your reference.
portlist -s
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
Example
DrayTek/advance/nat> portlist -s
#
Service / Application
1.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
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Protocol
TCP
Port Number
21
2.
SSH Remote Login Protocol (ex. pcAnyWhere)
UDP
22
3.
Telnet
TCP
23
4.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
TCP
25
5.
Domain Name Server (DNS)
UDP
53
6.
WWW Server (HTTP)
TCP
80
7.
Post Office Protocol ver.3 (POP3)
TCP
110
8.
Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP)
TCP
119
9.
Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
TCP
1723
10.
pcANYWHEREdata
TCP
5631
11.
pcANYWHEREstat
UDP
5632
12.
WinVNC
TCP
5900
2.1.1.4 redirectport
The full name of this command is – redirect port function. This command can expose internal
servers to the public domain or open a specific port to internal hosts.
redirectport -s <Index>
redirectport -mtom <Index> <Protocol><Public Port Start> <Public Port End>
<Private IP><Private Port Start> <Private Port End> <Use IP Alias
Off> <WAN Interface>
redirectport -mtom <Index> <Protocol><Public Port Start> <Public Port End>
<Private IP><Private Port Start> <Private Port End><Use IP Alias
On> <IP Alias>
redirectport -mto1 <Index> <Protocol><Public Port Start> <Public Port End>
<Private IP><Private Port Start><Use IP Alias Off> <WAN Interface>
redirectport -mto1 <Index> <Protocol><Public Port Start> <Public Port End>
<Private IP>
redirectport -1to1 <Index> <Protocol> <Public Port Start><Private IP>
<Private Port Start> <Use IP Alias Off> <WAN Interface>
redirectport -1to1 <Index> <Protocol><Public Port Start><Private IP>
<Private Port Start><Use IP Alias On> <IP Alias>
redirectport -m <Index> <Protocol><Public Port Start> <Public Port End>
<Private IP><Use IP Alias Off> <WAN Interface>
redirectport -m <Index> <Protocol>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-mtom
It means to redirect multiple ports for public IP to multiple ports
of certain IP address.
-mto1
It means to redirect multiple ports for public IP to certain port of
specific IP address.
-1to1
It means to redirect one port for public IP to one port of certain IP
address.
-m
It means to redirect one port for public IP to certain IP address.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Protocol
Available settings that you can use include 0 (means TCP) and
1(means UDP).
Public Port Start
The available range is from 1 to 65535.
Public Port End
The available range is from 1 to 65535.
Private IP
Specifgy the IP address for mapped by the public port(s).
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Private Port Start
The available range is from 1 to 65535.
Private Port End
The available range is from 1 to 65535.
Use IP Alias On
Enter “1” to open IP alias.
Use IP Alias Off
Enter “0” to close IP alias.
WAN Interface
There are four WAN interfaces for Vigor3300 series. Enter the
one you want to make change.
1: WAN1 ;
2: WAN2 ;
3: WAN3 ;
4: WAN4
IP Alias
Enter the IP address from the IP alias list.
Example
DrayTek/advance/nat> redirectport -mtom 1 0 5000 6000 192.168.1.10 5000 6000
0 1
DrayTek/advance/nat> redirectport -s 1
------------------NAT Redirect Port
------------------Index: 1
Protocol: TCP
Public Port Start: 5000
Public Port End: 6000
Private IP: 192.168.1.10
Private Port Start: 5000
Private Port End: 6000
Use IP Alias: Disable
WAN Interface: WAN1
IP Alias:
Comment:
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2.1.1.5 status
This command can display current NAT status including total session count, connected session
count and max. session count.
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
status
Display NAT status.
Example
DrayTek/advance/nat> status
------------------NAT Status:
------------------Total session count: 6
Connected session count: 72
Max session count: 30000
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2.1.2 snmp
2.1.2.1 community
This command can define a community with string, host/mask, authority as read only or
read/write.
community -s <Index>
community -e <Index> <Community> <Host/mask> <MAX Access>
community -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Community
Available settings that you can use include public (means Public)
and private (means Private).
Host/mask
Enter the mask address for the host.
MAX Access
Select the authority as Read only or Read/Write. Available
settings that you can use include 0 (means read only) and 1
(means read/write).
Example
DrayTek/advance/snmp> community -e 1 public 192.168.1.100/24 1
DrayTek/advance/snmp> community -s 1
------------------EMS SNMP Community
------------------Index: 1
Community: public
Host/mask: 192.168.1.100/24
Max Access: Read/Write
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2.1.2.2 trap2sink
This command can notify the management station of an unusual event that may demand further
attention.
trap2sink -s <Index>
trap2sink -e <Index> <Trap server> <Trap community> <Trap server port>
trap2sink -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Trap server
Enter the IP address of trap server.
Trap community
Enter the string (e.g., “public” or “private”) as trap community.
Trap server port
Enter the port number for Trap server using. The default value for
SNMP port is 161.
Example
DrayTek/advance/snmp> trap2sink -e 1 192.168.1.100 public 161
DrayTek/advance/snmp> trap2sink -s 1
------------------EMS SNMP Traps
------------------Index: 1
Trap server: 192.168.1.100
Trap community: public
Trap server port: 161
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2.1.3 block
Vigor3300 Series supports ten port numbers to be blocked for filtering some unnecessary
packets or attacking packets on Internet environment (or LAN network). This command can
block specified port number.
block -s
block <Index> <Disable>
block <Index> <Enable> <Port number>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action. The range for the available setting is starting from
0 to 10.
Disable
Enter “0” to disable the block function.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable the block function.
Port number
The range for the available setting is starting from 1 to 65535.
Example
DrayTek/advance> block 1 1 80
DrayTek/advance> block -s
------------Index Port
------------1.
Enable
80
2.
Disable
3.
Disable
4.
Disable
5.
Disable
6.
Disable
7.
Disable
8.
Disable
9.
Disable
10. Disable
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2.1.4 blockstatus
This command can display block status.
blockstatus
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
blockstatus
Display current block status.
Example
DrayTek/advance> blockstatus
Attack info:Source MAC:00:0e:a6:2a:d5:a1 Source IP:192.168.1.10 Type:TCP:80
Attack info:Source MAC:00:40:f4:6f:86:0d Source IP:172.16.2.153 Type:TCP:80
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2.1.5 callsch
The full name of this command is - Setting the PPPoE Call Scheduler. This command can set time
schedule for executing router settings.
callsch -s <index>
callsch -e <index> <disable>
callsch -e <index> <enable>,<date>,<time>,<action>,<once>,<wan_interface>
callsch -e <index> <enable>,<date>,<time>,<action>,<weekdays>,<week
option>,<wan_interface>
callsch -d <index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
disable
Enter “0” to disable the call schedule function.
enable
Enter “1” to enable the call schedule function.
date
Enter “yyyy-mm-dd”.
time
Enter “hh:mi”.
action
0: force on ; 1: force down
once
Enter “0” to specify the call command executed for just one time.
weekdays
Enter “1” to specify the call command executed for specific day in
a week.
week option
Enter the specific day in a week with 0000000 . For example, type
“1000000” means Monday.
WAN Interface
There are four WAN interfaces for Vigor3300 series. Enter the
one you want to make change.
1: WAN1 ;
2: WAN2 ;
3: WAN3 ;
4: WAN4
Example
DrayTek/advance> callsch -e 1 1 2006-10-20 09:00 0 1 1111100 1
DrayTek/advance> callsch -s 1
------------------Call Schedule
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------------------Index1
Status: Enable
Date: 2006-10-20
Time: 09:00
Action: force off
How often: weekdays
Week Option: Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri.
WAN: WAN1
2.1.6 lanvlan
The full name of this command is - LAN VLAN Setting. This command can isolate traffic
between different users and it can provide better security application. User can select some
ports to add into a VLAN group.
lanvlan -s
lanvlan <Enable>
lanvlan <Enable> <Index> <P1> <P2> <P3> <P4>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable the setting.
Enter “0” to disable the setting.
index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
0: VLAN0
1: VLAN1
2: VLAN2
3: VLAN3
<P1> - <P4>
P1 to P4 represents LAN port 1 to 4.
Enter “1” to enable that port; enter “0” to disable that port.
Example
DrayTek/advance> lanvlan 1 1 0 0 1 1
DrayTek/advance> lanvlan -s
Status: Enable
VLAN0-P1: Disable
VLAN0-P2: Disable
VLAN0-P3: Disable
VLAN0-P4: Disable
VLAN1-P1: Disable
VLAN1-P2: Disable
VLAN1-P3: Enable
VLAN1-P4: Enable
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VLAN2-P1:
VLAN2-P2:
VLAN2-P3:
VLAN2-P4:
VLAN3-P1:
VLAN3-P2:
VLAN3-P3:
VLAN3-P4:
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
2.1.7 portmirror
This command can copy traffic from one or more specific ports to a target port for monitoring
all traffics. This mechanism can help manager to track the network errors or abnormal packets
transmission without interrupting the flow of data access the network.
portmirror -s
portmirror <Enable><Mirroring> <P1> <P2> <P3> <P4>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of port mirroring.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable the setting.
Enter “0” to disable the setting.
Mirroring
Select a port to view traffic that sent from mirrored ports.
1: LAN Port1
2: LAN Port2
3: LAN Port3
4: LAN Port4
The port you choose here cannot be used as mirrored port. For
example, if you enter “1” as the mirroring port, then you cannot
specify <P1> as mirrored port.
<P1> - <P4>
Specify which port(s) will be mirrored.
Enter “1” to enable that port; enter “0” to disable that port.
Example
DrayTek/advance> portmirror 1 1 0 1 0 0
DrayTek/advance> portmirror -s
Status: Enable
Mirroring Port: Port 1
Port 1 be Mirrored: Enable
Port 2 be Mirrored: Enable
Port 3 be Mirrored: Disable
Port 4 be Mirrored: Disable
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2.1.8 staticroute
The full name of this command is Static Route function. This command can set rules to forward
data from one specified subnet to another specified subnet without the presence of RIP.
staticroute -s <Index>
staticroute -e <Index> <Network Interface> <Destination IP>
<Gateway IP> <Subnet Mask>
staticroute -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of specified item.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Network Interface
Select a network interface as a destination to be sent.
0 : LAN ;
1 : WAN1 ;
2 : WAN2 ;
3 : WAN3 ;
4 : WAN4
Gateway IP
Assign an IP address of the gateway for the interface selected
above.
Destination IP
Assign the IP address of the destination that data will be
transferred to.
Subnet Mask
Assign a value of subnet mask for destination IP address. There
are several items for you to choose.
/24 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27 ; /28 ; /29 ; /30 ; /31 ; /32 ; /8 ; /9 ; /10 ; /11 ;
/12 ; /13 ; /14 ; /15 ; /16 ; /17 ; /18 ; /19 ; /20 ; /21 ; /22 ; /23 ; /0
Example
DrayTek/advance> staticroute -e 1 1 202.66.88.99 172.16.3.223 /24
DrayTek/advance> staticroute -s 1
------------------Static Route
------------------Index: 1
Network Interface: WAN1
Destination IP: 202.66.88.99
Gateway IP: 172.16.3.223
Mask: /24
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2.1.9 tagvlan
The full name of this command is - Tag VLAN Setting. This command can set VLAN based on
802.1Q.
tagvlan -s
tagvlan <Mode>
tagvlan -p <Port_Index> <VLAN_ID>
tagvlan -g <Group_Index> <Enable> <Name> <VLAN_ID><P1> <P2> <P3> <P4>
<P1_Tag> <P2_Tag><P3_Tag> <P4_Tag>
tagvlan -d <Group_Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the Tag VLAN settings.
-d
It is used for deleting the specified group.
Mode
Enter “1” to enable the Tag VLAN setting.
Enter “0” to disable the Tag VLAN setting.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable this group setting.
Enter “0” to disable this group setting.
-p
It means to set port setting.
-g
It means to set group setting.
Port_Index
Enter the number of the port (from 1 to 4) that you want to
execute specific action.
VLAN_ID
Enter a number used for identification on VLAN for your
computer. The available range is from 1 to 4094, except 10,11,12
and 13.
Group_Index
Enter the number of the group (from 1 to 4) that you want to
execute specific action.
Name
Specify the name for the four groups of VLAN.
<P1>,<P2>,<P3>,<P4>
Enter “0” to represent “Not a Member”.
Enter “1” to represent “Group Member”.
<P1_Tag>,<P2_Tag>
<P3_Tag>,<P4_Tag>
“0” means Frame Unmodified.
“1” means Frame Untagged.
”2” means Frame Tagged.
Type the number for each setting respectively.
Example
DrayTek/advance> tagvlan -g 1 1 VLAN5 5 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 0
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n) y
Draytek login: draytek
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Password:
Login by remote client
DrayTek> advance
DrayTek/advance> tagvlan -s
# Active Name Vlanid P1 P2
1.1
VLAN5
5
1
0
2.0
VLAN6
6
0
1
3.0
VLAN7
7
0
0
4.1
VLAN8
8
0
0
#
VID
1.
5
2.
6
3.
7
4.
8
P3 P4
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 1
P1Tag
1
2
2
2
P2Tag
2
1
2
2
P3Tag
2
2
1
2
P4Tag Ifname
0
vlan5
2
2
1
vlan8
Note: VID means “VLAN ID in port settings”.
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2.1.10 wanportmirror
This command can copy traffic from one or more specific ports to a target port for monitoring
all traffics. This mechanism can help manager to track the network errors or abnormal packets
transmission without interrupting the flow of data access the network.
wanportmirror -s
wanportmirror <Enable><Mirroring> <P1> <P2> <P3> <P4>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of WAN port mirroring.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable the setting.
Enter “0” to disable the setting.
Mirroring
Select a port to view traffic that sent from mirrored ports.
1: WAN Port1
2: WAN Port2
3: WAN Port3
4: WAN Port4
The port you choose here cannot be used as mirrored port. For
example, if you enter “1” as the mirroring port, then you cannot
specify <P1> as mirrored port.
<P1> - <P4>
Specify which port(s) will be mirrored.
Enter “1” to enable that port; enter “0” to disable that port.
Example
DrayTek/advance> wanportmirror 1 1 0 1 0 0
DrayTek/advance> wanportmirror -s
Status: Enable
Mirroring Port: Port 1
Port 1 be Mirrored: Enable
Port 2 be Mirrored: Enable
Port 3 be Mirrored: Disable
Port 4 be Mirrored: Disable
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2.2 firewall
2.2.1 dos
2.2.1.1 icmpflood
This command can enable or disable ICMPFlood detection function and set the threshold of
icmpflood detection.
Enable <0/1>
threshold<Value> <Timeout>
threshold -s
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Enable
Enter “Enable 1” to enable ICMPFlood detection.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable ICMPFlood detection.
Value
Enter the number of the threshold for ICMPFlood detection. The
range is from 0 to 65535. (default=300 packets/sec)
Timeout
Enter the value (greater than 5) for the time out. The unit is
second.
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of current threshold.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/dos/icmpflood> enable 0
DrayTek/firewall/dos/icmpflood> enable 1
DrayTek/firewall/dos/icmpflood> threshold 300 600
DrayTek/firewall/dos/icmpflood> threshold -s
Firewall Dos ICMP flood Threshold: 300 Packets/sec
Timeout: 600 sec
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2.2.1.2 packetblock
This command can enable some packet block functions.
option <Value>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Value
1: Enable block ip option
2: Enable block TCP option
4: Enable block land
8: Enable tear drop
16:Enable block smurf
32:Enable block ping of death
64:Enable block trace route
128:Enable block icmp fragement
256:Enable SYN fragement
512:Enable Unknow protocol
1024:Enable Fraggle attrack
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of current threshold.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/dos/packetblock> option 64
DrayTek/firewall/dos/packetblock> option -s
Block IP Options: Disable
Block TCP flag scan: Disable
Block Land: Disable
Block Tear Drop:Disable
Block Smurf: Disable
Block Ping of Death: Disable
Block Trace route: Enable
Block ICMP fragment: Disable
Block SYN fragment: Disable
Block Unkown Protocol: Disable
Block Fraggle attack: Disable
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2.2.1.3 portscan
This command can enable or disable port scan detection function and set the threshold of port
scan detection function. Port scan sends packets with different port numbers to find available
services, which respond. The router will identify it and report a warning message if the port
scanning rate in packets per second exceeds the user-defined threshold value.
Enable <0/1>
threshold<Value>
threshold -s
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
enable
Enter “Enable 1” to enable port scan detection.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable port scan detection.
value
Enter the number of the threshold for port scan detection. The
range is from 0 to 65535. (default=300 packets/sec)
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of current threshold.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/dos/portscan> enable 1
DrayTek/firewall/dos/portscan> threshold 200
DrayTek/firewall/dos/portscan> threshold -s
Firewall Port Scan Threshold: 200 Packets/sec
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2.2.1.4 synflood
This command can activate the SYN flood defense function. If the amount of TCP SYN
packets from the Internet exceeds the user-defined threshold value, the router will be forced to
randomly discard the subsequent TCP SYN packets within the user-defined timeout period.
enable <0/1>
threshold<value> <timeout>
threshold -s
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
enable
Enter “Enable 1” to enable SYN flood defense.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable SYN flood defense.
value
Enter the number of the threshold for SYN flood defense. The
range is from 0 to 65535. (default=300 packets/sec)
timeout
Enter the value (greater than 5) for the time out. The unit is
second.
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of current threshold.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/dos/synflood> enable 1
DrayTek/firewall/dos/synflood> threshold 320 200
DrayTek/firewall/dos/synflood> threshold -s
Firewall Dos SYN flood Threshold: 320 Packets/sec
Timeout: 200 sec
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2.2.1.5 udpflood
This command can activate the UDP flood defense function. If the amount of UDP packets
from the Internet exceeds the user-defined threshold value, the router will be forced to
randomly discard the subsequent UDP packets within the user-defined timeout period.
enable <0/1>
threshold<value> <timeout>
threshold -s
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
enable
Enter “Enable 1” to enable udp flood defense.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable udp flood defense.
value
Enter the number of the threshold for udp flood defense. The
range is from 0 to 65535. (default=300 packets/sec)
timeout
Enter the value (greater than 5) for the time out. The unit is
second.
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of current threshold.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/dos/udpflood> threshold 30 60
2.2.1.6 enable
This command can enable or disable DoS function.
enable <0/1>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
enable
Enter “Enable 1” to enable udp flood defense.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable udp flood defense.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/dos> enable 1
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2.2.2 ipfilter
2.2.2.1 filterrule
This command can add/delete/edit a filter rule for IP filter and display the status for filter rule.
Please add a new group first (refer to 2.2.2.3), then use this command to add rules under such
group.
add <GroupId>
delete <GroupId> <RuleIndex>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -src <Source/Subnet>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -sport X
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -sport <Op1><Sourceport1>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -sport <Op1><Sourceport1> <Sourceport2>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -des <Destination/Subnet>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -dport X
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -dport <Op2><Destinationport1>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -dport <Op2><Destinationport1> <Destinationport2>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -p <Protocol>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -b<Blockop> <Nextgroupid>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -d <Direction>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -f <Fragment>
edit <GroupId> <RuleIndex> -a <Active>
delete <GroupId> <RuleIndex>
status <GroupId>
Syntax Description
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Syntax
Description
Add
It is used for adding a new rule for IP filter.
edit
It is used for editing a rule for IP filter.
delete
It is used for delete a rule for IP filter.
status
It is used for displaying status for current IP filter rule settings.
-src
It is used for editing the IP address and subnet mask for source.
-sport X
Clear source port value.
-sport
It is used for editing source port of selected filter rule.
-des
It is used for editing the IP address and subnet mask for destination.
-dport X
Clear destination port value.
-dport
It is used for editing destination port of selected filter rule.
-p
It is used for editing the protocol used by selected filter rule.
-b
It is used for editing the action of “block or pass” of selected filter
rule.
-d
It is used for configuring the direction of selected filter rule.
-f
It is used for editing the fragmented packets setting of selected filter
rule.
-a
It is used for editing the activation of selected filter rule.
GroupId
Enter the name of the group that you want to add new rules.
RuleIndex
Enter the index number of the filter rule that you want to change.
Source/Subnet
Enter the source IP address with subnet mask.
Op1
Enter the following character to specify operators for source port.
0: = ;
1: != ;
2: > ;
3: < ;
4: between
Sourceport1
Enter the start port value for source port.
Sourceport2
Enter the end port value for source port.
When you set <Op1> with1~3, you have to set the same value for
<Destinationport2> and <Destinationport1>.
Destination/Subnet Enter the destination IP address with subnet mask.
Op2
Enter the following character to specify operators for destination port.
0: = ;
1: != ;
2: > ;
3: < ;
4: between
Destinationport1
Enter the start port value for destination.
Destinationport2
Enter the end port value for destination. When you set <Op2> with
1~3, you have to set the same value for <Destinationport2> and
<Destinationport1>.
Protocol
Enter the number listed below to specify certain protocol for filter
rule.
0: TCP ; 1: UDP ; 2: ICMP
Blockop
Enter the number listed below to specify certain action executed when
packets match the rule.
0: Block
1: Pass
2: Block if no future match
3: Pass if no future match
Nextgroupid
Enter the group name that you want to specify as next filter group.
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Direction
Enter the number listed below to specify certain option. The direction
of packet flow VPN In is for incoming packets. VPN Out is for
outgoing packets, and Any is for both directions.
0: WAN to LAN ;
1: LAN to WAN ;
2: Any ;
3: LAN to DMZ ;
4: DMZ to LAN ;
5: WAN to DMZ ;
6: DMZ to WAN ;
7: LAN to LAN ;
8: WAN to WAN ;
9: VPN In ; 10: VPN Out
Fragment
Enter the number listed below to specify certain option.
Enter “0 ” to specify no fragment option.
Enter “1” to apply the rule to un-fragment packets.
Enter “2” to apply the rule to fragmented packets.
Active
Enter the number listed below to specify certain option.
Enter “0” to disable selected filter rule.
Enter “1” to enable selected filter rule.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/filterrule> add blockgambling
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/filterrule> status blockgambling
Src IP
Port
Des IP
Port
Protocol
Block
1. any
any
TCP
Pass
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/filterrule> add blockgambling
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/filterrule> status blockgambling
Src IP
Port
Des IP
Port
Protocol
Block
1. any
any
TCP
Pass
2. any
any
TCP
Pass
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2.2.2.2 general
This command can set the start group for IP filter.
Startup <GroupId> <Enable>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
GroupId
Enter the name of the group for IP filter.
enable
Enter “Enable 1” to enable IP filter function.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable IP filter function.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/general> startup pass 0
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2.2.2.3 group
This command can add/delete/edi a new group for ip filter and display the status for the group.
add <GroupId> <NextGroupId> <Comment>
delete <GroupId>
edit <GroupId> <NextGroupId> <Comment>
Status
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
GroupId
Enter the name of a new group.
NextGroupId
Enter the name of the group specified as the next one.
Comment
Enter the comment for the new group.
Status
Display current group status.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/group> add test1 Pass test
DrayTek/firewall/ipfilter/group> status
Group Name
1. Pass
2. Block
3. test1
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Next Group
Comment
Block Group for pass rules
none
Group for block rules
Pass
test
2.2.3 urlfilter
2.2.3.1 catetory
This command can set exceptionally allowed URL from the categorized access. URL content
filter can prevent employee on SME from accessing inappropriate Internet resources.
eptallow -s
eptallow -a <URL>
eptallow -d <Index>
eptdeny -s
eptdeny -a <URL>
eptdeny -d <Index>
server -s
server <Disable/Enable>
server <Enable> <Address>
set -s
set -a
set -a <Code>
set -d <Code>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
eptallow
It allows to set exceptionally allowed URL from the categorized
access.
eptdeny
It allows to set exceptionally denied URL from the categorized
access.
set
It allows to set conditions for URL filter function.
-s
It is used for displaying the settings of current allow list/deny list.
-a
It is used for adding an exception URL to allow list/deny list.
eptallow -d
eptdeny -d
It is used for deleting an exception URL from allow list/deny list.
URL
Enter the URL that is allowed (or denied) to access through this
router.
index
It means the index number of the URL in allow list/deny list.
disable/Enable
Enter “1” to enable category setting.
Enter “0” to disable category setting.
address
It means the IP/Domain Name of the CPA server.
set -a
It will put a category into the denial list (choose from deny list).
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set -d
It will put a category into the denial list (choose from allow list).
code
Chosen category code.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/category> eptallow -a www.yahoo.com
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/category> eptallow -s
-----------------------------Excetion Allow List
-----------------------------1. www.yahoo.com/
2.
3.
4.
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2.2.3.2 exception
This command can add/edit/delete an IP subnet to the exception IP list.
add <ip> <netmask>
delete <index>
edit <index> <ip> <netmask>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
add
It can add an IP subnet from the exception IP list.
delete
It can delete an IP subnet from the exception IP list.
edit
It can edit an IP subnet to the exception IP list.
ip
Enter the source IP of packets which do not apply the filter rules.
netmask
Enter the subnet mask which is used to specify the source subnet
of packets which do not apply the filter rules.
index
Enter the number of the item for the setting you want to execute
specific action.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/exception> add 192.168.1.25 255.255.255.0
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/exception>
Note: If you want to review the status of this command, please refer to Web user interface.
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2.2.3.3 keyword
This command can add keyword list for URL filter function.
add <Keyword>
block_mode <Mode>
delete <KeywordIndex>
edit <KeywordIndex> <Keyword>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
add
It can add a new keyword used for URL filter function.
Keyword
Enter the keyword that url filter function used to filter out web
access.
block_mode
It allows or blocks websites match keywords.
Mode
Enter “0” to block websites with matching keywords.
Enter “1” to allow websites with matching keywords.
delete
It can delete keyword from keyword list used for url filter
function.
KeywordIndex
It means the index number of the keyword that you want to
modify.
edit
It can edit keyword list for url filter function.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/keyword> add gambling
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/keyword>
2.2.3.4 schedule
This command can set the scheduler used for url filter function.
option <Value>
time <Timeofday> <Dayofweek>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Option
It means to execute the schedule with the settings you determined.
Value
Enter “0” to block url filter at any time.
Enter “1” to block url filter by the setting configured in schedule.
time
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It means to set the time for url filter function.
Timeofday
Set the hour/minutes/seconds for the scheduler. The syntax must
be “hh:mm:ss”.
Dayofweek
Set the days that you want to invoke for the time schedule. Type
0,1,2,4,8,16,32,64 for your necessity.
0: All Days
1: Sunday (means to invoke the time schedule on every Sunday)
2: Monday (means to invoke the time schedule on every Monday )
4: Tuesdy (means to invoke the time schedule on every Tuesdy)
8: Wensday (means to invoke the time schedule on every
Wensday)
16:Thirsday (means to invoke the time schedule on every
Thirsday)
32:Friday (means to invoke the time schedule on every Friday)
64:Saturday (means to invoke the time schedule on every
Saturday)
Example
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/schedule> time 13:20 18:20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2.2.3.5 web
This command can set the way to accessing web site through IP address or choose the type of
the file to be blocked by URL filter.
accessbyip <enable>
filetype <enable> <filetype>
Syntax Description
accessbyip
It allow to access web site through IP address.
enable
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter “1” to enable this function.
filetype
Choose the type of file to be blocked by url filter. Please enter the
value listed below for different purposes.
0: java
1:activex
2:compressed file
3:cookies
4:execure file
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5:proxy
6:multimedia
Example
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/web> filetype 1 0
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter/web>
2.2.3.6 enable
This command can enable or disable the URL filter function.
enable <Option>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Option
Enter “Enable 1” to enable udp flood defense.
Enter “Enable 0” to disable udp flood defense.
Example
DrayTek/firewall/urlfilter> enable 1
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2.3 network
2.3.1 lan
2.3.1.1 dhcp
This command can configure DHCP Server settings for LAN.
dhcp -s <Index>
dhcp -mode <Index> <Mode>
dhcp -range <Index> <Start IP> <End IP>
dhcp -dns <Index> <Primary DNS> <Secondary DNS>
dhcp -dns <Index> <Primary DNS>
dhcp -gateway <Index> <Gateway IP>
dhcp -lease <Index> <Lease Time>
dhcp -relay <WAN IF> <DHCP Server IP>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current DHCP setting.
-mode
It is used for disable/enable DHCP Server status or specify relay
agent for DHCP Server.
-range
It is used for configuring DHCP Server settings for LAN.
-dns
It is used for invoke DNS setting.
-gateway
It is used for enabling gateway address.
-lease
It is used for setting lease time.
-relay
It is used for setting relay agent.
Index
Enter the number of the LAN port you want to execute specific
action. 1: LAN1, 2: LAN2, 3: LAN3, 4: LAN4
Mode
Enter the number to specify status for DHCP Server:
0: Disable, 1: Enable, 2: Relay Agent
Start IP
Enter the starting IP address of the IP address pool for DHCP
server.
End IP
Enter the ending IP address of the IP address pool for DHCP
server.
Primary DNS
Enter the private IP address of the primary DNS.
Secondary DNS
Enter the private IP address of the secondary DNS.
Gateway IP
Enter a gateway IP address for the DHCP server.
Lease Time
Enter a lease time for the DHCP server. The time unit is minute.
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WAN IF
Enter the number of WAN interface for applying relay agent.
1: WAN1, 2: WAN2, 3:WAN3, 4: WAN4
DHCP Server IP
Enter the IP address for the DHCP server (unit is minute)
Example
DrayTek/network/lan> dhcp -s 1
------------------DHCP Usage
------------------Status: Enable
Start IP: 192.168.1.10
End IP: 192.168.1.254
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS:
Lease Time: 1440
Gateway IP:
DrayTek/network/lan> dhcp -range 1 192.168.1.5 192.168.1.55
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)y
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2.3.1.2 ip_nat
This command can set LAN IP address for NAT usage.
ip_nat -s <Index>
ip_nat <Index> <Address> <Netmask>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current NAT settings.
Index
Enter the number of the LAN port you want to execute specific
action.
1: LAN1, 2: LAN2, 3: LAN3, 4: LAN4
Address
Enter an IP address for the LAN interface.
Netmask
Enter the subnet mask for the LAN interface.
Example
DrayTek/network/lan> ip_nat 1 192.168.1.66 255.255.255.0
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)
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2.3.1.3 ip_route
This command can set LAN IP address for routing usage.
ip_route -s <WAN Interface>
ip_route -disable <WAN Interface>
ip_route -enable <WAN Interface> <Address> <Netmask> <LAN Interface>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current IP route settings.
-disable
It is used for disabling IP route for WAN port.
-enable
It is used for enabling IP route for WAN port.
WAN Interface
Enter the number of the WAN port you want to execute specific
action.
1: WAN1, 2:WAN2, 3: WAN3, 4: WAN4
Adress
Enable the second subnet.
Netmask
Enter the subnet mask for the LAN interface.
LAN Interface
Enter the number of the LAN port you want to execute specific
action.
1: LAN1, 2: LAN2, 3: LAN3, 4: LAN4
Example
DrayTek/network/lan> ip_route -enable 1 172.16.3.221 255.255.0.0 1
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)y
DrayTek/network/lan> ip_route -s 1
------------------Routing Usage
------------------WAN Interface:1
Status: 1
IP Address: 1
Subnet Address: 172.16.3.211
LAN Interface: 255.255.0.0
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2.3.2 wan
2.3.2.1 advance
This command can set load balance, enables or disables backup function for WAN interface
and sets the weight load (10-90%) for WAN interfaces.
backup -s
backup <status>
loadbalance -s
loadbalance <status> <autoweight>
loadbalance -cache <cache mode>
weight -s
weight <WAN1> <WAN2> <WAN3> <WAN4>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
backup
It is used for setting WAN backup configuration.
loadbalance
It is used for setting WAN load balance configuration.
weight
It is used for weighting configuration of WAN load balance.
staus
0: Disable
1: Enable
autowight
The system will distribute data in and out of the Internet
automatically. Enter the number to enable or disable this function.
0: Disable
1: Enable
-cache
It is used for cache algorithm.
cache mode
0: Cache by source and destination IP
1: Cache by source IP only
WAN1 – WAN4
Enter the number (representing different percentage) for each
WAN interface respectively.
1: 10%, 2: 20%, 3: 30%, 4: 40%, 5: 50%, 6: 60%, 7: 70%, 8: 80%,
9: 90%
Example
DrayTek/network/wan/advance> loadbalance -cache 1
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)y
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2.3.2.2 active
This command can activate WAN setting for the device.
active <index> <status> <default route>
active <index> <status> <default route> <loadbalance> <backupmaster> <backupslave>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Index
Enter the number for specify WAN port.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
status
Enter the number to activate status displaying.
0: inactive ; 1: active
default route
Enter the number to invoke default route setting.
0: non-default ; 1: default
loadbalance
Enter the number to join loadbalance or not.
0: not join to loadbalance ; 1: join to loadbalance
backupmaster
Enter the number to backup settings for master device.
0: not backupmaster ; 1: backupmaster
backupslave
Enter the number to backup settings for slave device.
0: not backupslave ; 1: backupslave
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> active 1 1 1
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)
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2.3.2.3 dhcp
This command can set WAN to DHCP mode.
dhcp -s <index>
dhcp <index>
dhcp <index> <hostname> <domainname>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
hostname
Enter the name for the host.
domainname
Enter the name of the domain for ???
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> dhcp 1 3300v www.3300.com
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n) n
DrayTek/network/wan> dhcp -s 1
------------------WAN1 DHCP
------------------Host Name: 3300v
Domain Name: www.3300.com
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2.3.2.4 dmz
This command can set WAN to dmz mode (NAT and Routing mode) let user access lots of
servers in secure via Internet environment.
dmz -s <index>
dmz -public <index> <out>
dmz -private <index> <IP> <Netmask>
dmz -hostip <index> <ip_index> <IP>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
index
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
out
Enter the number for specify WAN port for routing mode.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
IP
Enter the IP address for NAT mode.
Netmask
To specify NAT mode, you have to enter the netmask for the IP
address.
ip_index
Enter the number from 1 to 8 for specify an item for DMZ
function configuration.
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-public
It is used for specifying routing mode for DMZ function.
-private
It is used for specifying NAT mode for DMZ function.
-hostip
It is used for specifying host IP for routing mode.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> dmz pbulic 1 172.16.3.88 1
DrayTek/network/wan>
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2.3.2.5 macf
This command can configure MAC address for WAN interface.
mac -s <index>
mac <index> <Use Default>
mac <index> <User Define> <Mac Address>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for specifying WAN port.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Use Default
Enter “0” to use default value for MAC address setting.
User Define
Enter “1” to use the customer’s defined MAC address.
Mac Address
Enter the MAC address as customer’s defined.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> mac 1 0
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)y
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2.3.2.6 ppp_detect
This command can detect the settings for PPPoE/PPTP (using LCP Echo Request) connection.
ppp_detect -s <index>
ppp_detect <index> <detect interval> <No-Reply Count>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for specifying WAN port.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
detect interval
It is used for setting interval time for detection each time. The
value must be greater than “3”.
no-Replay Count
It is used for setting the maximum times of detection failure. The
value must be greater than “1”. The system will try for the times
you set here and if there is no replay, the detection job will be
stopped.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> ppp_detect 1 4 2
DrayTek/network/wan> ppp_detect -s 1
------------------Connection Detect
------------------Detect Interval: 4
Max Unreply Times: 2
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2.3.2.7 pppoe
This command can set PPPoE mode as WAN interface.
pppoe -s <index>
pppoe <index> <Username> <Password><Authentication Mode> <Service Name>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to set with
PPPoE mode.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Username
Enter the user account assigned by ISP.
Password
Enter the user password assigned by ISP.
Authentication Mode
Enter the representing number to specify authentication mode.
0:PAP 1:CHAP
Service Name
Enter the service name assigned by ISP (this is optional).
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> pppoe 1 test test 1
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)y
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2.3.2.8 pptp
This command can set PPTP mode as WAN interface.
pptp -s <index>
pptp <index> <Username> <Password> <Authenticate Mode> <Local IP><Local
Netmask> <Server IP>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to set with
PPPoE mode.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Username
Enter the user account assigned by ISP.
Password
Enter the user password assigned by ISP.
Local IP
Enter the local IP address of PPTP assigned by ISP.
Local Netmask
Enter a netmask value for IP address of PPTP assigned by ISP.
Server IP
Enter a remote IP address of PPTP server assigned by ISP.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> pptp test test 0 192.168.1.33 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.10
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n) y
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2.3.2.9 rate
This command can configure downstream and upstream rate for WAN interface.
rate -s <index>
rate <index> <Downstream> <Upstream>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to specify
downstream and upstream rate.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Downstream
Enter the number of downstream rate. The range is from 0 to
102400. The default rate is 102400.
Upstream
Enter the number of upstream rate. The range is from 0 to 102400.
The default rate is 102400.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> rate -s 1
WAN1 Current Stream
Downstream: 102400
Upstream: 102400
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2.3.2.10 show
This command can display current settings (such as Static, DHCP, PPPOE, PPTP, or DMZ
configuration) and values of settings for WAN.
show
show <index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
show
It is used for displaying the status for all the WAN interfaces.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to know
current status of that one.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> show
------------WAN
------------Loadbalance: Disable
Default router:
Autoweight: Disable
Backup: Disable
Backup Master: 0
Backup Slave: 0
DrayTek/network/wan> show 1
------------WAN1
------------active
IP Mode: DHCP
Physical Mode: Auto Negotiation
Type: fast ethernet
Mac Using: use router default
Mac Address: 00:00:00:00:00:02
Downstream Rate: 102400
Upstream Rate: 102400
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2.3.2.11 speed
This command can configure speed & duplex for WAN interface.
speed -s <index>
speed <index> <Speed & Duplex>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to
configure speed and duplex settings.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Speed & Duplex
Enter the number to specify speed and duplex setting for the
specified WAN interface.
1:Auto Negotiation
2:100M / Full Duplex
3:100M / Half Duplex
4:10M / Full Duplex
5:10M / Half Duplex
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> speed -s 1
Current Speed of WAN1: Auto Negotiation
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2.3.2.12 static
This command can set static IP mode as WAN interface.
static -s <index>
static <index> <IP> <Netmask> <Gateway><Primary DNS> <Secondary DNS>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to set with
static IP mode.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
IP
Enter a private IP address for the WAN interface.
Netmask
Enter a subnet mask value for the WAN interface.
Gateway
Enter a private IP address as the gateway.
Primary DNS
Enter a private IP address as the primary DNS.
Secondary DNS
Enter a private IP address as the secondary DNS.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> static -s 1
------------------WAN1 Static Setting
------------------IP Address: 172.16.3.229
Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway: 172.16.3.4
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS:
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2.3.2.13 static_detect
This command can detect the settings for Static/DHCP connection.
static_detect -s <index>
static_detect <index> 0 <detect interval> <No-Reply Count>
static_detect <index> 1 <detect interval> <No-Reply Count> <detect destination>
static_detect <index> 2 <detect interval> <No-Reply Count> <detect destination>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
0
It is used for detecting the settings of sending ARP to Gateway.
1
It is used for detecting the settings of checking with PING
command.
2
It is used for detecting the settings of data transmission in HTTP.
index
Enter the number for the WAN interface that you want to check.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
detect interval
It is used for setting interval time for detection each time. The
value must be greater than “3”.
No-Reply Count
It is used for setting the maximum times of detection failure. The
value must be greater than “1”. The system will try for the times
you set here and if there is no replay, the detection job will be
stopped.
detect destination
Enter the IP address or domain name for detecting current status.
Example
DrayTek/network/wan> static_detect -s 1
------------------Connection Detect
------------------Detect Type: ARP
Detect Interval: 10
No-Reply Count: 2
Detect Destination:
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2.3.3 highava
This command can show all LAN Backup settings.
highava -s
highava <Disable>
highava <Enable> <Group> <Role> <Virtual IP>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Disable
Enter “0” to disable the backup setting.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable the backup setting.
Group
Enter the number (1 ~ 255) to specify the group that you want to
set high availability.
Role
When you enable High Availability function, please specify the
role for the vigor device.
Enter “0” to make the vigor device being Master device.
Enter “1” to make the vigor device being Slave device.
Virtual IP
Enter the IP address as virtual IP.
Example
DrayTek/network> highava -s
--------------High Avaliability
--------------Enable/Disable: Disable
Group:
Role: Master
Virtrual IP:
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2.3.4 policy
This command can configure Load Balance Policy.
policy -s <Index>
policy -used
policy -e <Index> <Protocol> <Source IP><Subnet Mask> <Dest Port Start><Dest Port
End> <Network Interface><Dest IP> <Subnet Mask>
policy -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying settings for the specified item.
-used
It is used for displaying settings for all the used index entries.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item. When you want
to edit the policy, you have to specify two sets of subnet mask.
One is for source IP and the other is for Destination IP.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 10) that you want to set for specific
configuration.
Protocol
Enter the number listed below to specify speicfic protocol.
0 : TCP ; 1 : UDP ; 2 : FTP ; 3 : TFTP ; 4 : HTTP ;
5 : SMTP ; 6 : POP3 ; 7 : TCP/UDP ; 8 : ALL ; 9 : ICMP ;
Source IP
Enter the IP address as the source IP.
Subnet Mask
Enter the subnet mask for the specified WAN interface.
Dest Port Start
Enter a port number as the starting point of the destination. The
range is 1 - 65535
Dest Port End
Enter a port number as the ending point of the destination. The
range is 1 – 65535.
Network Interface
Enter the number listed below to specify WAN interface for
applying load balance policy.
1 : WAN1 ; 2 : WAN2 ; 3 : WAN3 ; 4 : WAN4
Dest IP
Enter the IP address as the destination.
Example
DrayTek/network> policy -s 1
------------------Load Balance Policy
------------------Index: 1
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Protocol: TCP
Source IP:
Source Subnet Mask:
Dest Port Start:
Dest Port End:
Network Interface: LAN
Dest IP:
Dest Subnet Mask:
DrayTek/network> policy -used
Used Index:
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2.3.5 static_dhcp
This command can set Static DHCP configuration.
static_dhcp -s <Index>
static_dhcp -e <Index> <Host MacAddress> <Assign IP>
static_dhcp -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 10) that you want to set for specific
configuration.
Host MacAddress
Enter the MAC address of the Host.
Assign IP
Enter the IP address for the host.
Example
DrayTek/network> static_dhcp -e 2 10:24:33:15:26:00 192.168.1.56
DrayTek/network> static_dhcp -s 2
------------------Static Dhcp
------------------Index: 2
Mac address: 10:24:33:15:26:00
Assign IP address: 192.168.1.56
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2.4 qos
2.4.1 incoming
This command can set bandwidth percentage for data and voice signals transmission.
2.4.1.1 active
This command can enable Incoming QoS function.
active -s
active <Status>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Status
Enter “0” to disable incoming QoS function.
Enter “1” to enable incoming QoS function.
Example
DrayTek/qos/incoming> active -s
Status: Disable
2.4.1.2 class
This command can set the incoming class table for QoS function.
class -s <Index>
class -e <Index> <Classname> <Bandwidth>
class -d <Index>
Syntax Description
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Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 7) of incoming class that you want to
set for specific configuration.
Classname
Enter the name for each queue.
Bandwidth
Enter the usage percentage (with number) for each queue. The
total sum of bandwidth has to be 100 percent for all configured
queues. Any leftover bandwidth is assigned to eight queues to
meet 100 percent totally.
Example
DrayTek/qos/incoming> class -e 1 discussion 15
DrayTek/qos/incoming> class -s 1
Index: 1
Class Name: discussion
Bandwidth: 15
2.4.4.3 filter
This command can set incoming filter table for QoS function.
Filter -s <Index>
Filter -e <Index> <SrcAddr> <SrcMask> <DstAddr><DstMask> <STStatus>
<ServiceType><Protocol> <Source Port Start> <Source Port End><Destination Port Start>
<Destination Port End><DSCPStauts> <DSCPType> <DSCP> <FilterTo>
Filter -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 10) of incoming class that you want
to set for specific configuration.
SrcAddr
Enter the source IP address to be applied for this filter.
SrcMask
Enter the subnet mask value (/24 ; /16 ; /8 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27 /28 ;
/29 ; /30 ; /31 ; /32) for the source IP address to be applied for this
filter.
DstAddr
Enter the destination IP address to be applied for this filter.
DstMask
Enter the subnet mask value (/24 ; /16 ; /8 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27 /28 ;
/29 ; /30 ; /31 ; /32) for the destination IP address to be applied for
this filter.
STStatus
It is used for specifying if service type, protocol will be
configured. Ener the number (0,1 or 2) to specify service type
status.
0: Basic (Only the Service Type field is allowed to be
configured.);
1: Advanced (The Protocol and Port fields are allowed to be
configured.);
2: None (No field is allowed to be configured.)
ServiceType
There are thirty-five service types provided here. The available
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number that you can enter is 0 ~ 34.
Protocol
Enter the number (0,1 or 2) to specify protocol.
1: TCP ; 2: UDP; 3:TCP/UDP
Source Port Start
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the source port start for this
filter.
Source Port End
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the source port end for this filter.
Destination Port Start
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the destination port start for this
filter.
Destination Port End
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the destination port end for this
filter.
DSCPStatus
Enter the number (0,1 or 2) to specify DiffServ CodePoint status.
0: Basic (Only the DiffServ CodePoint Type field can be
configured) ;
1: Advanced (Only the DiffServ CodePoint field can be
configured);
2: None (No field is allowed to be configured)
DSCPType
There are twenty-one types supported. The available number that
you can enter is 0 ~ 20.
DSCP
Enter the number (by hex mode) to be applied for incoming filter.
FilterTo
Enter the number (1 ~ 8) to choose a filtering condition to be
applied.
Example
DrayTek/qos/incoming> filter -s 1
------------------QoS Incoming Filter
------------------Index: 1
Source IP Address:
Source Mask:
Destination IP Address:
Destination Mask:
Service Type Status: Basic
Service Type: AUTH(TCP:113)
Protocol:
Source Port Start:
Source Port End:
Destination Port Start:
Destination Port End:
DSCP Status: Basic
DSCP Type: BE
DSCP:
Filter to:
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2.4.2 outgoing
2.4.2.1 active
This command can enable outgoing QoS function.
active -s
active <Status>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Status
Enter “0” to disable outgoing QoS function.
Enter “1” to enable outgoing QoS function.
Example
DrayTek/qos/outgoing> active -s
Status: Disable
2.4.2.2 class
This command can set the outgoing class table for QoS function.
class -s <Index>
class -e <Index> <Classname> <Bandwidth>
class -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 7) of outgoing class that you want to
set for specific configuration.
Classname
Enter the name for each queue.
Bandwidth
Enter the usage percentage (with number) for each queue. The
total sum of bandwidth has to be 100 percent for all configured
queues. Any leftover bandwidth is assigned to eight queues to
meet 100 percent totally.
Example
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DrayTek/qos/outgoing> class -e 1 upload 15
DrayTek/qos/outgoing> class -s 1
Index: 1
Class Name: upload
Bandwidth: 15
2.4.2.3 filter
This command can set outgoing filter table for QoS function.
Filter -s <Index>
Filter -e <Index> <SrcAddr> <SrcMask> <DstAddr><DstMask> <STStatus>
<ServiceType><Protocol> <Source Port Start> <Source Port End><Destination Port Start>
<Destination Port End><DSCPStauts> <DSCPType> <DSCP> <FilterTo>
Filter -d <Index>
Syntax Description
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Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 10) of outgoing class that you want to
set for specific configuration.
SrcAddr
Enter the source IP address to be applied for this filter.
SrcMask
Enter the subnet mask value (/24 ; /16 ; /8 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27 /28 ;
/29 ; /30 ; /31 ; /32) for the source IP address to be applied for this
filter.
DstAddr
Enter the destination IP address to be applied for this filter.
DstMask
Enter the subnet mask value (/24 ; /16 ; /8 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27 /28 ;
/29 ; /30 ; /31 ; /32) for the destination IP address to be applied for
this filter.
STStatus
It is used for specifying if service type, protocol will be
configured. Ener the number (0,1 or 2) to specify service type
status.
0: Basic (Only the Service Type field is allowed to be
configured.);
1: Advanced (The Protocol and Port fields are allowed to be
configured.);
2: None (No field is allowed to be configured.)
ServiceType
There are thirty-five service types provided here. The available
number that you can enter is 0 ~ 35.
Protocol
Enter the number (0,1 or 2) to specify protocol.
1: TCP ; 2: UDP; 3:TCP/UDP
Source Port Start
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the source port start for this
filter.
Source Port End
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the source port end for this filter.
Destination Port Start
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the destination port start for this
filter.
Destination Port End
Enter the number (1 ~ 65535) as the destination port end for this
filter.
DSCPStatus
Enter the number (0,1 or 2) to specify DiffServ CodePoint status.
0: Basic (Only the DiffServ CodePoint Type field can be
configured) ;
1: Advanced (Only the DiffServ CodePoint field can be
configured);
2: None (No field is allowed to be configured)
DSCPType
There are twenty-one types supported. The available number that
you can enter is 0 ~ 21.
DSCP
Enter the number (by hex mode) to be applied for incoming filter.
FilterTo
Enter the number (1 ~ 8) to choose a filtering condition to be
applied.
Example
DrayTek/qos/outgoing> filter -s 1
------------------QoS outgoing Filter
------------------Index: 1
Source IP Address:
Source Mask:
Destination IP Address:
Destination Mask:
Service Type Status: Basic
Service Type: AUTH(TCP:113)
Protocol:
Source Port Start:
Source Port End:
Destination Port Start:
Destination Port End:
DSCP Status: Basic
DSCP Type: BE
DSCP:
Filter to:
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2.5 System
2.5.1 acl
This command can set PING restriction for Access Control function.
acl -s
acl <Disable LAN PING> <Disable WAN PING>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Disable LAN PING
It can reject all ICMP packets from LAN side.
Enter “0” to disable this function. All ICMP packets will be
accepted.
Enter “1” to enable this function. All ICMP packets will be
rejected.
Disable WAN PING
It can reject all ICMP packets from WAN side.
Enter “0” to disable this function. All ICMP packets will be
accepted.
Enter “1” to enable this function. All ICMP packets will be
rejected.
Example
DrayTek/system> acl -s
Access Control Setting:
Disable ping from LAN: Disable
Disable ping from WAN: Disable
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2.5.2 administrator
This command can set password for administrator. After finishing the settings,you have to
reboot to take effect the changes.
administrator <old password> <new password><verify password>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
old password
Enter the old password for the administrator to access into
Vigor3300 series.
new password
Enter a new password for the administrator to access into
Vigor3300 series.
verify password
Enter the new password again for confirmation.
Example
DrayTek/system> administrator 1234 5678 5678
Password is changed!!
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2.5.3 ntp
This command can set Network Time Protocol (NTP) client and the router can get standard
time from the time server.
ntp -s
ntp <Disable>
ntp <Enable> <NTP Server IP><Daylight savings time> <Update Interval><area>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Disable
Enter “0” to use the browser time from the remote administrator
PC host as router’s system time.
Enable
Enter “1” to use the time from an NTP server as router’s system
time.
NTP Server IP
Enter a public IP address or domain name of the NTP server.
Daylight savings time
Enter “0” to close the daylight saving time. Or enter “1” to
activate daylight saving time. This function is useful for some
areas only.
Update Interval
Enter a time interval with number of 30/60/300/600 for updating
from the NTP server.
30 : 30 seconds ;
60 : 1 minute:
300 : 5 minutes;
600 : 10 minutes
area
Enter the number (0 – 72) to specify the time zone for different
areas.
Example
DrayTek/system> ntp -s
Status: Disable
NTP Server IP:
Daylight savings time: 0
Update Interval: 3030 Seconds
area: 22 (refer to manual)
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2.5.4 port
This command can set port management configuration. After finishing the settings, you have to
reboot to take the changes effect.
port -s
port -r
port <HTTP Enable> <TELNET Enable> <SSH Enable><Use Default Port or Not>
<Manage from WAN>
port -p <Http> <Telnet> <SSH>
port -i <Permit IP1>
port -i <Permit IP1> <Permit IP2>
port -i <Permit IP1> <Permit IP2> <Permit IP3>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-r
It is used for restarting the router for applying new changes.
-p
It is used for configuring port number for HTTP/telnet/SSH.
-i
It is used for specifying IP address as network administrator.
Three sets of IP addresses are allowed.
HTTP Enable
Accept HTTP protocol as network administration. Enter 1 to
accept it, enter 0 to discard it.
TELNET Enable
Accept TELNET protocol as network administration. Enter 1 to
accept it, enter 0 to discard it.
SSH Enable
Accept SSH protocol as network administration. Enter 1 to accept
it, enter 0 to discard it.
Use Default Port or Not
Enter 0 to use default setting; enter 1 to use customized setting.
0 : Default ; 1 : User Define
Manage from WAN
Enter the number to specify the management from WAN.
0 : Disable all from WAN;
1 : Enable all from WAN;
2 : Enable only defined WAN IP;
Http
Type the protocol number for HTTP. The default setting is 80.
Telnet
Type the protocol number for TELNET. The default setting is 23.
SSH
Type the protocol number for SSH. The default setting is 22.
Permit IP1
Type the IP address for the first permitted group, ex. 192.168.1.55
Permit IP2
Type the IP address for the second permitted group, ex.
192.168.1.58
Permit IP3
Type the IP address for the third permitted group, ex.
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192.168.1.59
Example
DrayTek/system> port -i 192.168.1.6 192.168.1.88
DrayTek/system> port -s
Default or user define port : Default
Manage from WAN : Disable All
Permit IP1 : 192.168.1.6
Permit IP2 : 192.168.1.88
Permit IP3 :
HTTP: Enable (80)
TELNET: Enable (23)
2.5.5 reboot
This command can reboot the router.
reboot <Use default configuration>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Use default
configuration
Enter “default” to use default setting to reboot the router.
Example
DrayTek/system> reboot default
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n) y
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2.5.6 status
This command can display current status of router.
status
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
status
Displays firmware, hardware, build date & time, CPU usage, IP
address, MAC address of the router.
Example
DrayTek/system> status
------------------System Status
------------------Model: Vigor3300V
Firmware Version: 2.5.7.2 fix cli
Hardware Version: 1.0
Build Date&Time: Mon Oct 2 10:51:10 CST 2006
System Uptime: 0 days 0 hours 28 minutes 39 seconds
CPU Usage: 0.5063%
Memory Usage: 57.8761%
IP Address: 192.168.1.1
MAC Address: 00:00:00:00:00:01
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2.5.7 syslog
This command can set syslog server for keeping a record of abnormal conditions. The router
will send Syslog packets to a Syslog server on the remote site. The administrator can observe
any abnormal events from the router.
syslog -s
syslog <Disable>
syslog <Enable> <IP> <Port>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Disable
Enter “0” to disable syslog displaying. The router will not send
out any message about system log.
Enable
Enter “1” to enable syslog displaying. The router will send system
log message for your reference.
IP
Enter the IP address of the Syslog server. If a user assigns an IP
address of “0.0.0.0”, the Syslog function will be disabled. Then,
Vigor3300 will not send Syslog packets to the Syslog server.
Port
Enter a port for the Syslog protocol.
Example
DrayTek/system> syslog 1 192.168.1.75 680
DrayTek/system> syslog -s
------------------Syslog Setting
------------------Syslog Status: 1
Syslog Server IP: 192.168.1.75
Syslog Port: 514
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2.6 voip
2.6.1 advspdial
2.6.1.1 advspdial
This command can set advanced speed dial.
advspdial -s <Index>
advspdial -e <Index> <Prefix> <Strip> <Append><Destination> <Memo>
advspdial -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-e
It is used for editing the settings of specified item.
-d
It is used for deleting the settings of specified item.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 30) that you want to set for specific
configuration.
Prefix
Type a prefix for checking the phone number that users dial out.
e.g., 101. For example, suppose that there are two outgoing calls
with phone numbers of 03654321 and 04556890. In which,
03654321 is suitable for this speed dial rule.
Strip
Type a length of digit to be removed from the original phone
number. For example, suppose the original phone number is
03654321 and the strip length is 2. The first two numbers (03)
will be removed and the final phone number becomes 654321.
Append
Type a new number to be added before the phone number (after
removing length of digit). For example, suppose the original
phone number is 03654321. The strip length is 2 and the append
number is 886. Then, the final phone number will be 886654321.
Destination
Type an IP address (or domain name) for the destination which
the SIP message would be sent to
Memo
Type a description (text) for the specified number.
Example
DrayTek/voip/advspdial> advspdial -e 2 05 2 86 192.168.1.50 joy
DrayTek/voip/advspdial> advspdial -s 2
------------------VoIP Advanced Speed Dial
------------------Index: 2
Prefix: 05
Strip Length: 2
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Append: 86
Destination: 192.168.1.50
Memo: joy
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2.6.2 in_barring
Incoming Call Barring (in_barring) can be used to bar incoming VoIP calls from the Internet.
2.6.2.1 allow
This command can set allow list of incoming calls. Only the people listed in this list can call
this router
allow -s <Index>
allow <Index> <Name> <IP/Domain>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 30) that you want to set for specific
configuration.
Name
Type name or number in the allow list.
IP/Domain
Type IP address or domain name to be allowed.
Example
DrayTek/voip/in_barring> allow 1 john 192.168.1.6
DrayTek/voip/in_barring> allow -s 1
Name : john
IP/Domain : 192.168.1.6
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2.6.2.2 deny
This command can set deny list of incoming calls. Only people listed in this list cannot call this
router.
deny -s <Index>
deny <Index> <Name> <IP/Domain>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Index
Enter the number (from 1 to 30) that you want to set for specific
configuration.
Name
Type name or number in the allow list.
IP/Domain
Type IP address or domain name to be allowed.
Example
DrayTek/voip/in_barring> deny 1 tom 192.168.1.55
DrayTek/voip/in_barring> deny -s 1
Name : tom
IP/Domain : 192.168.1.55
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2.6.2.3 set
This command can block incoming VoIP calls from the Internet. Barring classes can be
specified to allow or deny incoming calls. There are five barring classes on the device. The
default setting is Allow all incoming calls.
set -s
set <class><Match Method Name><Match Method IP/Domain><Speed Dial Entries
From><Speed Dial Entries To>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
class
Enter the number from 0 to 4 to specify barring class for incoming
calls.
0 : Allow all incoming calls
1 : Allow only calls from allow list
2 : Allow only calls from speed dial entries
3 : Deny only calls from deny list
4 : Deny all incoming calls
Match Method Name
This setting can make values set in Speed Dial Phone Number
be effective.
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter ‘1” to enable this function.
Match Method
IP/Domain
This setting can make values set in Speed Dial Destination be
effective.
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter ‘1” to enable this function.
Speed Dial Entries
From
Enter the start point (with index number) of the speed dial phone
number for block. The available number you can enter is 1 – 150.
Speed Dial Entries To
Enter the end point (with index number) of the speed dial phone
number for block. The available number you can enter is 1 – 150.
Example
DrayTek/voip/in_barring> set -s
Class : Allow all incoming calls
Match Method - Name : Enable
Match Method - IP/Domain : Enable
Speed Dial Entries - From : 1
Speed Dial Entries - To : 150
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2.6.3 misc
2.6.3.1 dialing_timeout
This command can specify the dialing completion timeout. The system will force to dial the
incomplete number after the time you set in this field to finish that call.
dialing_timeout -s
dialing_timeout <value>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
value
The unit is second. Available range is 1 to 60.
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> dialing_timeout 30
DrayTek/voip/misc> dialing_timeout -s
VOIP Dialing Completion Timeout :30
2.6.3.2 fxo_auto_disconnect
This command can determine the time length for the FXO disconnecting automatically when
there is no packet received.
fxo_auto_disconnect -s
fxo_auto_disconnect <value>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
value
The unit is second. Available range is 1 to 60.
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> fxo_auto_disconnect 30
DrayTek/voip/misc> fxo_auto_disconnect -s
VOIP FXO auto disconnect time :30
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2.6.3.3 fxs_ringing
This command can specify the FXS Ringing cadence and frequency.
fxs_ringing -s
fxs_ringing <Cadence_On> <Cadence_Off> <Frequency>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Cadence_On
It can determine the length of the ringing time for incoming calls.
Enter a proper number. The unit is msec.
Cadence_Off
It can determine the length of the ringing time for incoming calls.
Enter a proper number. The unit is msec.
Frequency
Enter the number to specify frequency for the incoming calls.
Available number you can enter is: 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50,
55, 60, 65, 68
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> fxs_ringing 2000 4000 25
DrayTek/voip/misc> fxs_ringing -s
==== VoIP FXS Ringing ===
Cadence On: 2000
Cadence Off: 4000
Frequency: 25
2.6.3.4 line_reversal
This command can generate line polarity reversal while the remote user picks up the phone call.
line_reversal -s
line_reversal <Mode>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Mode
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter “1” to enable this function.
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> line_reversal 0
DrayTek/voip/misc> line_reversal -s
Line Polarity Reversal as Callee Answer :Disable
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2.6.3.5 rtp_port
This command can set port number for sending/receiving RTP packets.
rtp_port -s
rtp_port <Port number>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Port number
Enter the port number. The available number is 1 to 65535. The
default setting is 13456.
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> rtp_port 13456
DrayTek/voip/misc> rtp_port -s
RTP Starting Port: 13456
2.6.3.6 t38port
This command can set T38 starting port.
t38port -s
t38port <port>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Port
Enter the port number. The available number is 1 to 65535. The
default setting is 49170.
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> t38port 49170
DrayTek/voip/misc> t38port -s
T.38 Starting Port: 49170
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2.6.3.7 t38redundancy
This command can set T38 redundancy number.
t38redundancy -s
t38redundancy <Number>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Number
Enter the redundancy number for T.38 protocol (how many
payloads attaching to the tail of the packet). The default value is
1. Available range is 0 ~ 4.
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> t38redundancy 2
DrayTek/voip/misc> t38redundancy -s
T.38 Redundancy number: 2
2.6.3.8 tos
This command can set IP ToS (type of service) bits of RTP packet.
tos -s
tos <Value>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Value
Enter the number for RTP packet. Available range is 00 ~ ff (hex
value).
Example
DrayTek/voip/misc> tos a0
DrayTek/voip/misc> tos -s
VOIP ToS :0xa0
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2.6.4 port
2.6.4.1 callforward
This command can set call forwarding to forward all incoming calls to the specified SIP URL
site.
callforward -s
callforward <Port> <Mode>
callforward <Port> <Mode> <SIP URL>
callforward <Port> <Mode> <SIP URL> <No Answer Rings>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Port
Enter the item number that you want to set or edit for processing
the incoming calls.
Mode
It determines the call forwarding function. Enter a proper number
to apply different effect.
0: Disable
1: Call forwarding all calls
2: Call forwarding busy
3: Call forwarding no answer
SIP URL
Enter a SIP URL (ex: 101@iptel.org) site to receive forwarded
calls.
No Answer Rings
Enter the number of answer rings. After ringing for the times set
here, the incoming calls will be forwarded to the specified URL
site. Available range is 1~10.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> callforward 1 1
DrayTek/voip/port> callforward -s
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Port
Mode
SIP URL
No Answer Rings
-----------------------------------------------------------------------1 Call forwarding all calls
3
2 Disable
3
3 Disable
3
4 Disable
3
5 Disable
3
6 Disable
3
7 Disable
3
8 Disable
3
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2.6.4.2 codec
This command can set codec related setting.
codec -s
codec <Device port> <Prefer> <Rate> <VAD>
codec -single <Device port> <Mode>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
-single
It is used for configuring single codec. That is, only preferred
codec will be used for outgoing and incoming calls.
Device port
Enter the item number that you want to set or edit.
Prefer
Enter the number listed below (0 ~ 4) for using as preferred
Codec for outgoing calls.
Rate
0:G.711U(PCMU)
-64kbps
1:G.711A(PCMA)
-64kbps
2:G.729A
-8kbps
3:G.723.1
-6.3kbps
4:G.726
-32kbps
Enter the rate value (20/30/40) to be applied on this port.
20 or 40
- for PCMU or PCMA (DEFAULT 20)
20 or 40 or 60 or 80
- for G.729A (DEFAULT 20)
30 or 60
- for G.723.1 (DEFAULT 30)
20 or 40
- for G.726 (DEFAULT 20)
VAD
It means Voice Activity Detection and can detect whether the
voice activity is progressing or not.
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter “1” to enable this function.
Mode
Enter “0” to disable single codec function.
Enter “1” to enable single codec function.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> codec 1 1 20 1
DrayTek/voip/port> codec -s
#
Codec Prefer
Codec Rate(ms)
1.
G.711A(PCMA) - 64kbps 20
2.
G.729A - 8kbps 20
Disable
3.
G.729A - 8kbps 20
Disable
4.
G.729A - 8kbps 20
Disable
5.
G.729A - 8kbps 20
Disable
Codec VAD
Single Codec
Enable Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
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6.
7.
8.
85
G.729A - 8kbps 20
G.729A - 8kbps 20
G.729A - 8kbps 20
Disable Disable
Disable Disable
Disable Disable
2.6.4.3 disconnect
This command can disconnect FXO connection.
disconnect <Device port>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Device port
Enter the item number that you want to disconnect.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> disconnect 1
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2.6.4.4 dtmf_relay
This command can set DTMF relay function.
dtmf_relay -s
dtmf_relay <Device port> <Mode>
dtmf_relay <Device port> <Mode> <SIP_INFO_Mode>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Device port
Enter the item number that you want to set or edit.
Mode
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter “1” to enable this function with RFC2833 (the router will
capture the keypad number you pressed and transform it to digital
form then send to the other side).
Enter “2” to enable this function with SIP INFO (the router will
capture the DTMF tone and transfer it into SIP form and be sent
to the remote end with SIP message.
SIP_INFO_Mode
Enter “0” to set CISCO.
Enter “1” to set NORTEL.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> dtmf_relay 1 2 1
DrayTek/voip/port> dtmf_relay -s
----------------------------------------------Port
DTMF-RELAY
SIP_INFO_Mode
----------------------------------------------1
SIP INFO
NORTEL
2
RFC2833
3
RFC2833
4
RFC2833
5
RFC2833
6
RFC2833
7
RFC2833
8
RFC2833
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2.6.4.5 fax
This command can set fax transport mode.
fax -s
fax <Device port> <Mode0>
fax <Device port> <Mode1>
fax <Device port> <Mode2> <Codec> <Rate>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Device port
Enter the item number that you want to set or edit.
Mode0
Enter “0” to set transparent mode.
Mode1
Enter “1” to set T.38 relay mode.
Mode2
Enter “2” to set bypass mode.
Codec
Enter the number listed below (0 ~ 4) to select one option applied
if Bypass mode is chosen.
Rate
0:G.711U(PCMU)
-64kbps
1:G.711A(PCMA)
-64kbps
2:G.729A
-8kbps
3:G.723.1
-6.3kbps
4:G.726
-32kbps
Select one option (20 or 40) to be applied if Bypass mode is
chosen. The stability for the faxing result of documents with
codec rate 20ms is higher than 40ms. Yet, the bandwidth request
for 40ms is less than 20ms.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> fax 1 2 1 20
DrayTek/voip/port> fax -s
#
Fax Mode
Bypass Codec
1.
Bypass G.711A(PCMA)-64kbps
2.
T.38 Relay
3.
T.38 Relay
4.
T.38 Relay
5.
T.38 Relay
6.
T.38 Relay
7.
T.38 Relay
8.
T.38 Relay
Codec Rate(ms)
20
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2.6.4.6 gain
This command can set Gain control for Device Port
gain -s
gain <Device port> <RX Gain> <TX Gain>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Device port
Enter the item number that you want to set or edit.
RX Gain
Enter gain value while receiving voice. Available setting is
-32~31(db).
TX Gain
Enter the gain value while transmitting voice. Available setting is
-32~31(db).
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> gain 1 -30 -31
DrayTek/voip/port> gain -s
#
Rx Gain (dB)
Tx Gain (dB)
1.
-30
-31
2.
0
0
3.
0
0
4.
0
0
5.
0
0
6.
0
0
7.
0
0
8.
0
0
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2.6.4.7 group
This command can set user group setting.
group -s
group <Mode>
group <Mode> <Group of Port 1> <Group of Port 2><Group of Port 3> <Group of Port
4><Group of Port 5> <Group of Port 6><Group of Port 7> <Group of Port 8><Rings>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Mode
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enter “1” to enable this function.
Group of Port 1 – 8
Enter the number (1 to 8) to specify different group.
Rings
Enter the number (0 to 2) to set ring configuration.
0: Rings all ports in the same group while receiving incoming
calls
1: Rings the first available port while receiving incoming calls
2: Rings by round robin while receiving incoming calls
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> group 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 5 1 1
DrayTek/voip/port> group -s
Mode: Enable
Group of Port 1: 2
Group of Port 2: 3
Group of Port 3: 4
Group of Port 4: 6
Group of Port 5: 7
Group of Port 6: 8
Group of Port 7: 5
Group of Port 8: 1
Rings: Rings the first available port
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2.6.4.8 hotline
This command can set hotline.
hotline -s
hotline <Dir> <Device port> <Digits>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Dir
Enter “0” or “1” to specify hotline type.
0: Hotline to Inetrnet (Pre-set a phone number to make the port
dialing out to Internet automatically.)
1: Hotline to PBX / PSTN (Pre-set a phone number to make the
port dialing out to PBX/PSTN automatically.)
Device port
Enter the item number (1 to 8) that you want to set or edit.
Digits
Enter the digits as the number of hotline.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> hotline 0 1 558
DrayTek/voip/port> hotline -s
----------------------------------------------------------------Index
Hotline Number to Internet
Hotline Number to PBX/PSTN
----------------------------------------------------------------1
558
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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2.6.4.9 phonenumber
This command can activate phone number settings.
set -s
set <Device port> <Active>
set <Device port> <Active> <Phone number> <Password><Display name> <Authentication
ID>
(PS: syntax error, “set” should be changed with “phonenumber”. Otherwise, users cannot do
anything.)
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Device port
Enter the item number (1 to 8) that you want to set or edit.
Active
Enter “0” to turn off phone number setting of this port.
Enter “1” to turn on phone number setting of this port.
Phone number
Enter a number as a phone number.
Password
Enter the user password for each phone line.
Display name
Enter the user name to be displayed on another phone terminal.
Authentication ID
Enter the characters for authenticate this port.
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> phonenumber -s
------------------------------------------------------------------Index Active Username Password Display Name Authentication ID
------------------------------------------------------------------1
Enable 1001
****
1001
1001
2
Enable 1002
****
1002
1002
3
Enable 1003
****
1003
1003
4
Enable 1004
****
1004
1004
5
Enable 1005
****
1005
1005
6
Enable 1006
****
1006
1006
7
Enable 1007
****
1007
1007
8
Enable 1008
****
1008
1008
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2.6.4.10 proxy
This command can display Proxy server information or specify a SIP proxy server to be used.
Before using this command, you have to enter necessary information for SIP proxy server.
proxy -s
proxy <Device port> <Proxy#>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Device port
Enter the item number (1 to 8) that you want to set or edit.
Proxy#
Enter the number below to specify a SIP proxy server to be
applied on this port.
0: Disable
1: use Proxy 1
2: use Proxy 2
3: use Proxy 3
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> proxy -s
----------------------------------------------Port
Proxy
----------------------------------------------1
2
serverone
3
4
5
6
7
8
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2.6.4.11 voip_ip
This command can set VoIP IP on WAN or LAN/VPN. If LAN/VPN is selected, VoIP can be
applied through a VPN tunnel to create a high security voice phone.
voip_ip <Port> -s
voip_ip <Port> <IF>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Port
Enter the item number (1 to 8) that you want to set or edit.
IF
Enter the number to specify interface for VoIP traffics.
0: WAN
1: VPN/LAN1
2: VPN/LAN2
3: VPN/LAN3
4: VPN/LAN4
Example
DrayTek/voip/port> voip_ip 2 3
DrayTek/voip/port> voip_ip 2 -s
Port1 VoIP IP: LAN3/VPN
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2.6.5 protocol
There are two protocols can be used for VoIP - SIP and MGCP. You should click either one of
buttons to set corresponding settings for VoIP phones. Be aware that both sides (local end and
remote end) should use same protocol for VoIP phones.
2.6.5.1 mgcp
a. callagent
This command can set MGCP Call Agent.
callagent -s
callagent <Address> <Port number>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Address
Enter the IP address or domain name of the Call Agent server in
MGCP.
Port number
Enter the UDP port number for the Call Agent server .
Available range is 1 to 65535.
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> callagent 172.16.3.55 2727
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> callagent -sAddress: 172.16.3.55
Port number: 2727
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b. epidstyle
This command can set name ID style of endpoint for the VoIP settings.
epidstyle -s
epidstyle <Mode>
epidstyle <Mode> <Value>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Mode
Enter the number listed below to specify certain mode:
0: aaln/#@[ip_addr] (default setting)
1: mac_addr/#1@[ip_addr]
2: aaln/#@mac_addr
3: aaln/#@domain_name
Value
When you choose “3” as the mode, please set value after @ for
the mode you choose.
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> epidstyle 2
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> epidstyle -s
EndPoint Name Style: aaln/#@mac_addr
domain_name:
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c. localport
This command can set local listening port number for MGCP. UDP port number in MGCP
local terminal.
localport -s
localport <Port number>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Port number
Enter the UDP port number in MGCP local terminal .
Available range is 1 to 65535.
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> localport 247
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> localport -s
localport: 247
d. wildrsip
This command can enable or disable the action of sending RSIP with wildcarded endpoint ID.
For VoIP phone call with MGCP configuration, each port will send RSIP to call agent for
notifying that port is initiated or restarted.
wildrsip -s
wildrsip <Enable>
wildrsip <Disable>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Enable
Type “1” to enable this function.
Disable
Type “0” to disable this function.
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> wildrsip 1
DrayTek/voip/protocol/mgcp> wildrsip -s
Wild RSIP: Enable
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2.6.5.2 sip
a. localport
This command can set local listening port number for SIP.
localport -s
localport <Port number>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Port number
Enter the UDP port number for SIP protocol .
Available range is 1 to 65535. The default value is 5060.
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol/sip> localport 6567
DrayTek/voip/protocol/sip> localport -s
SIP Port: 6567
b. set
This command can set SIP proxy server.
set -s
set <Proxy#> <Active>
set <Proxy#> <Active> <Outbound>
set <Proxy#> <Active> <Outbound> <Proxy Name> <Proxy Addr> <Proxy
Port><Registrar Addr> <Registrar Port> <Expires> <Domain>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Proxy#
Enter the number (1 – 3) to specify SIP proxy server.
Active
Enter “0” to disable the specified SIP proxy server.
Enter “1” to enable the specified SIP proxy server.
Outbound
Enter “0” to disable this function. This setting is default.
Enter “1” to enable this function for sending SIP protocol packets
to an SIP proxy server.
Proxy Name
Enter the name of the SIP proxy server.
Proxy Addr
Enter the IP address or domain name of the SIP proxy server.
Proxy Port
Enter the port number of the SIP proxy server. Available range is
1 to 65535.
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Registrar Addr
Enter the IP address or domain name of the SIP registrar server.
Registrar Port
Enter the port number of the SIP registrar server. Available range
is 1 to 65535.
Expires
Enter the timeout value for SIP protocols. The default value is
300. And the minimum is 60 (seconds).
Domain
Enter the IP address or domain name of the SIP Domain/Realm.
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol/sip> $.3.228 5060 172.16.3.1 5060 60 www.test.com
DrayTek/voip/protocol/sip> set -s
#
Acitve Proxy Name
Proxy Addr
Proxy Port
Registrar Addr
Registrar Port Expires Domain Outbound Proxy
1.
Enable test
172.16.3.228
5060
172.16.3.1
5060
60
www.test.com
Enable, as an outbound proxy
2.
Disable
0
5060
0
5060
300
0
Disable
3.
Disable
0
5060
0
5060
300
0
Disable
Note: $ means the hidden information due to the screen limitation. It does not affect the
configuration.
2.6.5.3 set
This command can set Set Default VoIP Protocol as SIP or MGCP.
set -s
set <Protocol>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Protocol
Enter the number to specify SIP or MGCP as the default VoIP
protocol.
0: MGCP, 1: SIP
Example
DrayTek/voip/protocol> set 0
DrayTek/voip/protocol> set -s
VOIP Protocol: MGCP
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2.6.6 speeddial
It allows you to set a simple way to dial a specific number. Up to 150 numbers can be stored in
Vigor3300V.
2.6.6.1 del
This command can delete speed dial setting.
del <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Index
Enter the number of the speed dial setting that you want to
remove. The available range is 1 to 150.
Example
DrayTek/voip/speeddial> del 3
DrayTek/voip/speeddial>
2.6.6.2 set
This command can set speed dial setting.
set <Index> <Number> <Destination> <Memo>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Index
Enter the number of the speed dial setting that you want to set.
The available range is 1 to 150.
Number
Enter the phone number to be used as quick dial, ex: 101.
Destination
Enter the destination address of the dial, ex: 101@iptel.org.
Memo
Enter a description for the specified number.
Example
DrayTek/voip/speeddial> set 1 512 512@iptel.org first
DrayTek/voip/speeddial>
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2.6.6.3 show
This command can show speed dial setting.
show
show <start> <end>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
start
Enter the start point of the whole speed dial list that you want to
check. The available range is 1 to 150.
end
Enter the end point of the whole speed dial list that you want to
check. The available range is 1 to 150.
Example
DrayTek/voip/speeddial> show 1 8
---------------------------------------------Index Phone Number Destination
Memo
---------------------------------------------1
512
512@iptel.org
first
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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2.6.7 tone
2.6.7.1 user_defined
This command can set tone settings to fit the telecommunication custom for the local area of
the router installed manually.
a. busy
This command can set busy tone for VoIP calls.
busy -s
busy <Lowfreq> <Howfreq> <Ton1> <Toff1> <Ton2> <Toff1>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Lowfreq
Enter the low frequency number in Hertz.
Howfreq
Enter the high frequency number in Hertz.
Ton1
Enter the duration of the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Ton2
Enter the duration of the next continuous ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the next continuous ring. The unit
10msec.
Example
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> busy 10 100 10 10 10 10
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> busy -s
==== VoIP Busy Tone ===
LowFreq: 10
HignFreq: 100
TOn1: 10
TOff1:10
TOn2: 10
TOff2: 10
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b. callerid
This command can set Caller ID type.
callerid -s
callerid <Type>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Type
Enter the number listed below to specify type of caller ID.
0:North America
1:JAPAN
2:ETSI (DEFAULT)
3:DTMF
Example
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> callerid 0
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> callerid -s
VoIP Caller ID Type :North America
c. congestion
This command can set congestion mode to indicate the network is busy.
congestion -s
congestion <Lowfreq> <Howfreq> <Ton1> <Toff1> <Ton2> <Toff1>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Lowfreq
Enter the low frequency number in Hertz.
Howfreq
Enter the high frequency number in Hertz.
Ton1
Enter the duration of the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Ton2
Enter the duration of the next continuous ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the next continuous ring. The unit
10msec.
Example
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> congestion 10 50 50 50 50 50
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DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> congestion -s
==== VoIP Congestion Tone ===
LowFreq: 10
HignFreq: 50
TOn1: 50
TOff1:50
TOn2: 50
TOff2: 50
d. dial
This command can set dial tone which can indicate a phone line is ready to make a call.
dial -s
dial <Lowfreq> <Howfreq> <Ton1> <Toff1> <Ton2> <Toff1>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Lowfreq
Enter the low frequency number in Hertz.
Howfreq
Enter the high frequency number in Hertz.
Ton1
Enter the duration of the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Ton2
Enter the duration of the next continuous ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the next continuous ring. The unit
10msec.
Example
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> dial 20 50 200 200 200 200
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> dial -s
==== VoIP Dial Tone ===
LowFreq: 20
HignFreq: 50
TOn1: 200
TOff1:200
TOn2: 200
TOff2: 200
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e. ringing
This command can set features for ringing calls.
ringing -s
ringing <Lowfreq> <Howfreq> <Ton1> <Toff1> <Ton2> <Toff1>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Lowfreq
Enter the low frequency number in Hertz.
Howfreq
Enter the high frequency number in Hertz.
Ton1
Enter the duration of the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the first ring. The unit 10msec.
Ton2
Enter the duration of the next continuous ring. The unit 10msec.
Toff1
Enter the silence duration after the next continuous ring. The unit
10msec.
Example
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> ringing 30 60 60 60 60 60
DrayTek/voip/tone/user_defined> ringing -s
==== VoIP Dial Tone ===
LowFreq: 30
HignFreq: 60
TOn1: 60
TOff1:60
TOn2: 60
TOff2: 60
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2.6.7.2 country
This command can select country for tone setting.
country -s
country <Country Code>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Country Code
Enter the number listed below to choose the proper country for
tone setting. If you want to change the phone settings manually,
you have to enter “0” to choose user defined mode.
0 : User Defined
1 : Canada, USA
31 : Netherlands
33 : France
44 : British
45 : Denmark
47 : Norway
49 : Germany
65 : Singapore
81 : Japan
86 : China
358: Finland
852: Hong Kong
886: Taiwan
Example
DrayTek/voip/tone> country -s
Country: British
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2.6.8 nat
This command can set VoIP NAT traversal.
nat -s
nat <Disable Mode>
nat <Manual Mode> <NatIpAddr>
nat <Auto Mode> <Type> <LocalPort><ServerIP> <ServerPort>
nat -sym <sym_rtp_t38>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
Disable Mode
Enter “0” to disable NAT traversal(this is default setting.).
Manual Mode
Enter “1” for inputting NAT IP address manually.
Auto Mode
Enter “2” for discovering NAT IP address automatically.
NatIpAddr
Enter the IP address to be used as the NAT IP address.
Type
Enter “0” to configure NAT information manually by users.
Enter “1” to make NAT information configuring automatically.
LocalPort
Enter the local listening port number for STUN client.
Server IP
Enter the IP address of STUN server.
Server Port
Enter the port number of STUN server.
Sym_rtp_t38
It means Symmetric Media Setting. When Vigor3300 detects the
IP address of the receiving packets differing with the address
informed by remote end, Vigor3300 will change the IP address
automatically according to the real IP address of the packets to
ensure the remote receiver can get the packets.
Enter “0” to make RTP and T.38 being not symmetrical.
Enter “1” to make RTP and T.38 being symmetrical.
Example
DrayTek/voip> nat 2 1 558 172.16.3.1 8080
DrayTek/voip> nat -s
Mode: Auto Discover NAT IP Address
NAT IP Address: 127.0.0.1
STUN Local Port: 558
STUN Server Address: 172.16.3.1
STUN Server Port: 8080
Type: Full-auto
Sym RTP: Disable
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2.6.9 qos
This command can set VoIP QoS features.
qos -s
qos <mode> <LFI>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying current settings.
mode
Enter the number listed below to specify a mode for QoS.
0: Disable (Voice Quality: Normal , Data Rate: High)
1: Normal QoS (Voice Quality: Good , Data Rate: Medium)
2: Strict QoS( The mode only for special model)
(Voice Quality: Excellent , Data Rate: Low)
LFI
Enter “0” to disable the function of shrinking the packet for fast
sending (this is default setting).
Enter “1” to enable the function of shrinking the packet for fast
sending.
Example
DrayTek/voip> qos 1 1
After reboot, changes will take effect. Reboot now? (y/n)y
2.6.10 save
This command can save VoIP message.
save
Example
DrayTek/voip> save
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2.6.11 siplog
This command can display log for SIP usage. If there is no SIP usage, it will display “not
found”.
siplog <Mode>
siplog <Mode> <Line>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Mode
Enter the number for displaying SIP log.
0: Output last 50 lines
1: Output last N lines
Line
Print last N lines for mode 1.
Example
DrayTek/voip> siplog 0
/bin/tail: not found
DrayTek/voip> siplog 1 100
/bin/tail: not found
2.6.12 status
This command can display VoIP connection status.
status
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
status
Enter this word to display connection status of VoIP (eight ports).
Example
DrayTek/voip> status
------------------Port 1
------------------Register Status :
Call Status : Idle
Call Type :
Caller Number :
Callee Number :
Start Time :
Remote RTP Address :
Remote RTP Port :
Codec Type :
Packet Period :
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2.7 vpn
2.7.1 ipsec
This command can configure IPSec settings.
2.7.1.1 connect
This command can set VPN connection.
connect <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Index
Enter the number of the VPN configuration that you want to
connect. The available range is 1 to 10.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec> connect 1
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec>
2.7.1.2 disconnect
This command can break VPN connection.
disconnect <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Index
Enter the number of the VPN configuration that you want to
disconnect. The available range is 1 to 10.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec> disconnect 1
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec>
2.7.1.3 log
This command can display VPN log.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec> log
-------------------------------------VPN IPSec Log [Date/Time, Description]
--------------------------------------
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2.7.1.4 policy
This command can set policy table.
policy -s <Index>
policy -e <Index> <Name> <Preshared Key> <Security Protocol><Admin Status> <WAN
Interface> <Local Subnet> <Local Subnet Mask><Remote IP Address> <Remote Subnet>
<Remote Subnet Mask>
policy -cert_any <Index> <Local Certificate>
policy -cert <Index> <Local Certificate> <Remote ID>
policy -proposal <Index> <Phase1 Lifetime> <Phase1 Proposal 1><Phase1 Proposal 2>
<Phase1 Proposal 3> <Phase1 Proposal 4><Phase2 Lifetime> <Phase2 Proposal 1>
<Phase2 Proposal 2><Phase2 Proposal 3> <Phase2 Proposal 4> <PFS> <Accepted
Proposal>
policy -dpd <Index> <DPD Enable> <Delay> <Timeout>
policy -dhcp <Index> <DHCP-over-IPSec>
policy -nat-t <Index> <NAT-T Enable>
policy -d <Index>
Syntax Description
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Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying all the policy tables.
-e
It is used for editing Preshared Key.
-d
It is used for deleting the specified policy.
-cert_any
It is used for utilizing Local Certificate and accepting any Remote
ID for RSA signature. To utilize local certificate and accept the
remote ID of peer only, please use the syntax of “policy -cert
<Index> <Local Certificate> <Remote ID>”.
Index
Enter the item number on the policy table that you want to edit.
Name
Enter the name for VPN connection (ex. “VPN1”). The maximum
length of name is 20 characters including spaces.
Preshared Key
Enter the number as Preshared Key for the Policy. The maximum
length is 40 characters, including spaces.
Security Protocol
Enter “0” to specify “ESP” to make the data being encrypted and
authenticated.
Enter “1” to specify “AH” to make the data being authenticated
but not be encrypted
Admin Status
Enter “0” to initiate IPSec Tunnel.
Enter “1” to disable IPSec Tunnel.
Enter “2” to invoke this profile automatically by the system for
every 30 seconds.
WAN Interface
Enter the number (1 to 4) as the WAN interface for the policy.
1: WAN1 ; 2: WAN2 ; 3: WAN3 ; 4: WAN4
Local Subnet
Enter a subnet address as local subnet.
Local Subnet Mask
Enter the number (0-32) as the local subnet mask.
Remote IP Address
Enter an IP Address as remote gateway.
Remote Subnet
Enter a subnet address as remote subnet.
Remote Subnet Mask
Enter the number (0-32) as the remote subnet mask.
Local Certificate
The local certificate is active for authentication if the RSA
Signature option is set in the Authentication field. These options
come from the user certificate file. Enter the number from 1 to 10.
Remote ID
Enter the identification number for the remote gateway (ID of
Remote Gateway).
Phase1 Lifetime
Enter the rekey-renegotiated period of the IKE Phase1 keying
channel of a connection. Available range is 5-480.
Phase1 Proposal 1 - 4
Enter the number to specify corresponding proposal.
-1: none ;
0: des-md5-modp768 ;
1: des-md5-modp1024 ;
2: des-md5-modp1536;
3: des-sha-modp768;
4: des-sha-modp1024;
5: des-sha-modp1536 ;
Phase2 Lifetime
Enter the rekey-renegotiated period of the IKE Phase2 keying
channel. Available range is 5-1440.
Phase2 Proposal 1 - 4
Enter the number to specify proposed encryption and/or
authentication algorithms for IKE Phase2 negotiations.
PFS
Enter “0” to enable this function.
Enter “1” to disable this function.
Accepted Proposal
If you choose Only accept proposal listed above, only the
selected proposal will be accepted and applied by this device.
If you choose Accept all supported proposal, all the proposals
supported by this device will be accepted and applied.
Enter “0” to enable “Only accept proposal listed above”.
Enter “1” to enable “Accept all supported proposal”.
DPD Enable
Enter “0” to enable Dead Peer Detection function.
Enter “1” to disable this function.
Delay
Enter “0” to disable this function. Or enter a umber to enable this
function. A Hello message will be emitted periodically when a
tunnel is idle. The recommended value is 30 seconds if enabled.
Timeout
Enter “0” to disable this function. Or enter a umber to enable this
function. The recommended value is 120 seconds if enabled.
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DHCP-over-IPSec
Enter “0” to enable this function.
Enter “1” to disable this function.
NAT-T Enable
Enter “0” to enable this function.
Enter “1” to disable this function.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec> policy –e 1 test_tunnel 123 0 2 1 192.168.1.0 24 172.16.1.3
192.168.2.0 24
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec>
2.7.1.5 status
This command can display current VPN connection.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/ipsec> status
--------------------VPN Connection Status
--------------------Index :1
Name :test_tunnel
Status :down
Algorithm :no
Remote IP :172.16.1.3
Remote Subnet :192.168.2.0/24
Packet In :0
Byte In :0
Packet Out :0
Byte Out :0
Uptime :0
---------------------
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2.7.2 pptp
This command can set VPN configuration for PPTP.
2.7.2.1 auth
This command can set PPTP Authentication function.
auth -s <Index>
auth -e <Index> <username> <password> <Group ID>
auth -d <Index>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying all the policy tables.
-e
It is used for editing the specified policy.
-d
It is used for deleting the specified policy.
Index
Enter the item number on the user profile table that you want to
edit or delete There are 30 sets of accounts for authentication can
be configured.
username
Enter the name for the index that you want to edit.
password
Enter the password for the index that you want to edit.
Group IP
Enter A, B, C or D to specify certain group for the index that you
want to edit.
1:Group A; 2:Group B; 3:Group C; 4:Group D
Example
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> auth -e 1 vpn1 vpn1 1
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> auth -s 1
------------------VPN PPTP Authentication
------------------Index: 1
User Name: vpn1
User Password: ****
Group: A
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2.7.2.2 general
This command can set general configuration for PPTP VPN tunnel.
general -s
general <Inactive>
general <Active> <PPTP Auth> <Encryption> <User Auth> <Disable Mutual>
general <Active> <PPTP Auth> <Encryption><User Auth> <Enable Mutual><username>
<password>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying all the policy table.
Inactive
Enter “0” to disable this general setting.
Active
Enter “1” to enable this general setting.
PPTP Auth
Enter the number (0 – 3) listed below to choose an authentication
mode to be used.
0:PAP ; 1:CHAP ; 2:MS-CHAP ; 3:MS-CHAP-V2
Encryption
Enter the number (0 – 2) listed below to choose an encryption
mode to be used.
0:No Encryption; 1:MPPE 40 bits; 2:MPPE 40 bits / 128 bits
User Auth
Enter “0” to user authentication to Local server.
Enter “1” to user authentication to Radius Server server.
Disable Mutual
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enable Mutual
Enter “1” to enable this function.
username
Enter the user name that the other side provides for carrying out
mutual authentication whenever you want.
password
Enter the password that the other side provides for carrying out
mutual authentication whenever you want.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> general 1 0 1 0 0
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> general -s
------------------PPTP General Setting
------------------Status: Active
PPTP Authentication: PAP
PPTP Encryption: MPPE 40 bits
User Authentication: Local
Status: Disable
User Name:
Password:
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2.7.2.3 group
This command can assign IP, netmask, subnet, subnet mask for a VPN PPTP group.
group -s
group <Group ID> <Assign IP> <Assign Netmask><Subnet> <Subnet Mask>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying all the policy table.
Group ID
Enter the group ID (A, B, C or D) to specify certain group for the
index that you want to edit.
Assign IP
Enter the IP address for client. The default group value for this
setting is 192.168.1.224.
Assign Netmask
Enter the value of subnet mask for the Assign IP. The available
settings include /24 ; /16 ; /8 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27; /28 ; /29 ; /30 ; /31 ;
Subnet
Enter the IP address for client (destination IP).
Subnet Mask
The available settings include /24 ; /16 ; /8 ; /25 ; /26 ; /27; /28 ;
/29 ; /30 ; /31 ;/32.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> group A 192.168.1.224 /28 192.168.1.5 /24
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> group -s
== Group A ==
Assign IP: 192.168.1.224
Assign netmask: /28
Subnet: 192.168.1.5
Subnet Mask: /24
== Group B ==
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2.7.2.4 12tp
This command can configure L2TP General Setup for VPN connection.
l2tp -s
l2tp <Inactive>
l2tp <Active> <PPTP Auth><User Auth> <Disable Mutual>
l2tp <Active> <PPTP Auth><User Auth> <Enable Mutual><username> <password>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
-s
It is used for displaying all the policy table.
Inactive
Enter “0” to disable this general setting.
Active
Enter “1” to enable this general setting.
PPTP Auth
Enter the number (0 – 3) listed below to choose an authentication
mode to be used.
0:PAP ; 1:CHAP ; 2:MS-CHAP ; 3:MS-CHAP-V2
User Auth
Enter “0” to user authentication to Local server.
Enter “1” to user authentication to Radius Server server.
Disable Mutual
Enter “0” to disable this function.
Enable Mutual
Enter “1” to enable this function.
username
Enter the user name that the other side provides for carrying out
mutual authentication whenever you want.
password
Enter the password that the other side provides for carrying out
mutual authentication whenever you want.
Example
DrayTek/vpn/pptp> l2tp -s
------------------L2TP General Setting
------------------Status: Active
L2TP Authentication: CHAP
User Authentication: Local
Status: Disable
User Name:
Password:
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2.8 exit/logout/quit
This command (exit or logout) can set exit telnet command screen of Vigor3300V series.
2.9 ping
This command can execute ping funuction with telnet command.
ping <Source Interface> <Destination Address>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Source Interface
Enter the number listed below (0 – 4) to specify WAN or LAN
interface for pinging.
0 : LAN ; 1 : WAN1 ; 2 : WAN2; 3 : WAN3; 4 : WAN4
Destination Address
Enter domain name or IP address as the destination for pinging.
Example
DrayTek> ping 1 172.16.3.229
Reply from 172.16.3.229: time=0
Reply from 172.16.3.229: time=0
Reply from 172.16.3.229: time=0
Reply from 172.16.3.229: time=0
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2.10 traceroute
This command can trace the path of route.
traceroute <Destination Address>
Syntax Description
Syntax
Description
Destination Address
Enter domain name or IP address as the destination for tracing.
Example
DrayTek> traceroute 172.16.3.229
traceroute to 172.16.3.229 (172.16.3.229), 30 hops max, 84 byte packets
1 172.16.3.229 (172.16.3.229) 0.949 ms 0.914 ms 0.897 ms
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