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User’s Manual
Thank you very much for purchasing Yamaha FWX120.
Please carefully read this manual before use to ensure
appropriate installation and configuration.
Please read
this manual first
Please be sure to follow all the warnings and precautions
provided in this manual to ensure appropriate and safe use.
Please retain this manual in a safe place for future
reference.
EN
Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing Yamaha FWX120.
This product is a firewall that is suitable for use in small and medium-sized enterprise networks.
Please ensure
you have all
the following
accessories.
Main content
of this manual
• LAN cable (x1)
• User's Manual (this manual)
• CD-ROM (x1)
Outline of the product
• What the product enables you to do......................................................12
• Name and function of individual parts...................................................14
Information on connecting to a network
• Connecting to the Internet as a router...................................................16
Other information
• Major specifications...............................................................................51
This manual contains basic information only.
Please also
ensure to refer Please refer to the following manuals/Help content according to the necessity.
to all the other • Operation Manual (included in the attached CD-ROM):
Provides Internet connection methods, filter configurations, and
instruction
administrative and other information needed to fully utilize the product.
manuals.
• Command Reference (included in the attached CD-ROM):
Provides information on detailed configurations available through console
commands.
• Help on the “Basic configuration page”:
Provides detailed explanations on the configurable items of each setting
screen. Please click “Help” on the “Basic configuration page”.
Tip
The operation manual and command reference included in the attached
CD-ROM are provided in PDF format. Acrobat ® Reader ®/Adobe ® Reader ®
from Adobe Systems Incorporated is thus needed to view the PDF files. You
can download the latest version of Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader from the
Adobe website for free. Please read the Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader Help
page for details on using Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader.
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Particular usage
in this manual
Safety precautions
Abbreviations
Please ensure to carefully read and observe the
following precautions in thereby ensuring safe use
of the product.
The precautions provided on pages 4 - 9 concern
safe and appropriate use of the product and on
preventing any risk to you and other people as well
as any physical damage.
Please ensure to retain it somewhere anyone using
the product can access at any time after having first
thoroughly read it.
This product is intended for use in general offices
and was not designed for use in any fields requiring
a high degree of reliability in the handling of human
lives or valuable assets.
The following company and product names will be
abbreviated as below in this manual.
• Yamaha FWX120: The product, this product
• 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T cable:
LAN cable
Concerning detailed
technical information
Detailed knowledge of the Internet and networks
may be required to fully utilize this product. The
attached manual does not describe any such
information and hence you will need to refer to
a commercially available guidebook or other
appropriate materials for more details.
• No part of this manual may be copied or used
in any form without prior permission from
Yamaha.
• The description in this manual is the latest
specification at the time of publication of the
document. If you need the latest version of the
manual, you can download it from the Yamaha
website.
• Yamaha cannot accept any liability for any loss
of or damage to information resulting from any
use of the product. Please also note that the
warranty only covers physical damage to the
product.
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Warning
• Ensure to immediately remove the power plug from the outlet in any of the following cases.
Failure to observe this may result in fire or an electric shock. Please ensure to request the
dealer concerned to carry out any necessary repairs or inspections.
- Any abnormal odor or noise occurs.
- Smoke is emitted.
- The product is broken.
- The product has been exposed to water.
• Do not handle the product or the power cord with wet hands.
Failure to observe this could result in electric shock or damage to the product.
• Do not insert any metal, paper, or foreign objects into a gap on the main unit.
Failure to observe this could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
• Do not disassemble or alter this product in any way.
Failure to observe this could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
• Avoid damaging the power cord.
Failure to observe this could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
- Ensure not to place any heavy objects on the cord.
- Ensure not to process the cord in any way.
- Ensure not to use any staples to fix the cord in place.
- Ensure not to apply excessive force to the cord.
- Ensure to keep the cord away from anything hot.
• Ensure to only use the specified power supply voltage.
Use of any different power supply voltage could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
• Connect the power plug to an outlet that you can see and reach.
Ensure that you can easily remove it if the necessity arises.
• Ensure to fully and securely insert the power plug into the outlet.
Being insufficiently inserted could result in an electric shock. It could also lead to dust accumulating
on the plug, which could then result in heat or fire.
• Verify that the current capacity of the outlet or a power strip in thereby ensuring that use of
the product does not exceed it.
Any overheating or degradation of the power strip could result in fire.
• Ensure to only use cables that suit the specifications of the port concerned.
Connecting any cable other than one which fits the originally intended specifications could result in
fire or damage to the product.
• Do not touch any of the ports with your fingers or anything metallic.
Failure to observe this could result in electric shock or damage to the product.
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• Ensure that the product is not dropped or subjected to a strong impact.
The internal parts could break, which could then result in electric shock, fire, or damage to the product.
• Do not install the product anywhere where it will be exposed to water, dust or humidity, oily
smoke or steam, or corrosive gas.
Failure to observe this could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the product.
• Ensure good heat dissipation.
Failure to observe this could result in fire or damage to the product.
- Ensure not to cover the product with a cloth or tablecloth.
- Ensure the product does not get pushed into a narrow, poorly ventilated place.
- Ensure the ventilation holes do not get blocked.
• Ensure not to touch the product or the power cord if you hear thunder.
Failure to observe this could result in electric shock.
• Periodically remove any dirt and dust from the power plug.
Failure to observe this could result in fire.
• Place the product in horizontal orientation.
Placing it upside down or in vertical orientation could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the
product.
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Cautions
• Be sure not to install the product in an unstable location or where it will be exposed to
vibrations.
It could fall or turn upside down, thus resulting in injury or damage to the product.
• Be sure not to install the product anywhere where it will be exposed to direct sunlight or
extraordinarily high temperatures (near a heater, etc.).
Failure to observe this could result in damage to the product.
• Be sure not to use the product anywhere where it will be exposed to rapid changes in ambient
temperature.
Any rapid change in the ambient temperature could result in condensation on the product, which could
then result in damage to the product. Ensure to leave the product for a while until it has dried off with
the power turned off if any condensation has occurred.
• Ensure not to stack the product with other equipment.
Failure to observe this could result in heat building up and damage to the product.
• Ensure not to connect any cables while the power is on.
Failure to observe this could result in damage to the product and any connected equipment.
• Ensure to earth any static electricity from your body or clothing before touching the product.
Failure to observe this could result in damage to the product.
• Power off the product and then remove all the cables before moving it.
The product or connected equipment could fall or turn upside down, thus resulting in injury.
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Usage notes
• Please note that Yamaha cannot assume any
responsibility for any damage resulting from
improper use or configuration of the product.
• If you transfer the product you will also need to
transfer this manual and the accompanying CDROM.
• Connecting a USB data communication terminal
to the USB port of the product will enable a
wireless WAN connection via the 3G/LTE mobile
phone network. Even if the data communication
terminal contract is a flat-rate system any use of it
with an improper configuration could be charged
for under the measured-rate system. Please note
that Yamaha cannot assume any responsibility
for any damage resulting from improper use or
configuration of the product.
• A lithium battery is used in the product as a power
backup for the clock function. Ensure to follow
the instructions of your local government when
disposing of the battery.
• Please note that the USB port and microSD slot
of this product will not necessarily support all
types of USB memory sticks and microSD cards.
• Operation of USB memory sticks and microSD
cards can be verified from the “Basic configuration
page” – “Advanced settings” – “Configure
external device” screen – “Test performance of
external memory”.
• When transferring/disposing of the product please
be sure to read “Instructions on transferring/
disposing of the product” in “Operation Manual”
(included in the attached CD-ROM) to perform
the following operations:
(1) Delete the NetVolante DNS registration.
(2) Initialize all the configurations.
• A 1000BASE-T connection will require an
Enhanced Category 5 (CAT5e) or better LAN
cable.
• It is recommended that any data on a USB
memory stick or microSD card be periodically
backed up. Please note that Yamaha cannot
assume any responsibility for any damage
resulting from the loss or destruction of data
during usage of the product.
• Ensure not to install the product anywhere it will
be exposed to any strong magnetic field.
• Do not connect any equipment that generates
any noise on the same power line as the product.
• Use of the product can result in noise being
generated in telephones, radios, and TVs. If any
noise does occur then please change the place
or direction in which the product is installed.
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Important notice
Concerning the security measures
and firewall functionality of the
product
The Internet is a convenient tool that can be used to
collect information available anywhere in the world
on websites and to exchange messages via e-mail.
However, it does include the risk of unauthorized
access to your PC.
When you maintain a constant connection to the
Internet or have a server in place, in particular,
you need to understand the risk of unauthorized
access and utilize security measures. The product
is equipped with a firewall function as a security
measure but new unauthorized access methods
and loopholes (security holes) are constantly
being discovered and thus no completely infallible
prevention method exists. We would like you to
understand that an Internet connection always
includes risk and thus strongly recommend that
you constantly obtain the latest information
and implement security measures as your own
responsibility.
Concerning billing
When the product is used with a measured-rate
line service (for example: the 3G/LTE mobile
phone network) please ensure that you thoroughly
understand the auto-outgoing call function prior
to use. Whenever the product is connected to the
Internet or a LAN it monitors all the data sent by the
software on your PC (for example: e-mail software
or Web browser) and the addresses of the data
being transferred via the LAN. The inclusion of
any other address than from the LAN can result
in auto-outgoing calls to the line taking place in
accordance with the preset configurations.
If an incorrect configuration is set or you
forget to disconnect the line the software or
equipment may send periodic packets which
can then result in unexpected communication
charges and/or provider connection fees.
Please ensure to check the communication
record and verify whether any unintended
communications have taken place. In addition,
we strongly recommend that you periodically visit
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the Yamaha Network Devices website (http://www.
yamaha.com/products/en/network/) to obtain
the latest information on the configurations and
revisions of the product.
Unexpected communication charges may
occur when you:
• Start using the product;
• Change any provider connection settings of the
product;
• Install new software on your PC;
• Connect to the network with a new PC, network
equipment, or peripheral equipment;
• Update the firmware of the product; or
• Perform any different operations than usual
or sense a difference in the communication
response.
NOTE
• After canceling/changing your provider contract
please ensure to delete or reconfigure the connection
configuration of the product. Failure to observe
this could result in unexpected charges from your
telephone carrier or provider.
• Unexpected communication charges could occur
according to the status (change in access point,
maintenance, error, etc.) of the provider side. Please
ensure to pay constant attention to any notifications
you receive from your provider.
Control of the cumulative access
period of the product
When the product is connected to a measuredrate line service (for example: the 3G/LTE mobile
phone network) outgoing restrictions can be set
that are based on accumulative send/receive
data and the cumulative connection period. This
function is based on accumulative send/receive
data and cumulative connection period calculated
by the product and will not necessarily correspond
to the different billing calculation methods used
due to factors such as service discounts and
communication period calculation methods that
are unique to the provider concerned.
The outgoing restriction function may not therefore
always work as intended in actual use. If greater
accuracy is required you will need to conduct
tests over a certain period of time to check for any
discrepancies.
Concerning trademarks
• All the company and product names used in this
manual are registered trademarks or trademarks
of the companies concerned.
• This product is equipped with RSA® BSAFE™
software of RSA Security Inc.
RC4 and BSAFE are the
registered trademarks of RSA
Security Inc. in the U.S. and
other countries.
Open source software used
in the product
• PCRE
• MT19937
• OpenSSL
• Original SSLeay
• Net-SNMP
Please refer to “Operation Manual” (included in
the attached CD-ROM) for more details on the
pertinent license terms and conditions.
WARNING
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference
in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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Concerning software license contracts
when using the DOWNLOAD button
By changing the configuration of the product the
DOWNLOAD button can be used to update its internal
firmware.
Changing the setting to enable the revision update
and performing a revision update by pressing the
DOWNLOAD button means that you have thereby
agreed with the software license contract (hereinafter
referred to as “the contract”). Please ensure that you
have read the contract before using it.
Ensure not to change the setting to permit firmware
revision update via the DOWNLOAD button if you do
not agree with this contract. Yamaha cannot assume
any responsibility for any damages resulting from
software or any other causes including negligence.
Please ensure to check “Operation Manual” (included
in the attached CD-ROM) for more details on using the
DOWNLOAD button.
Please ensure to retain this manual in a safe place for
future reference.
SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
This License Agreement (the “AGREEMENT”)
is a legal agreement between you and Yamaha
Corporation (“YAMAHA”) under which YAMAHA is
providing the firmware of YAMAHA’s network products
(the “PRODUCT”) and related software program,
documentation and electronic files (collectively, the
“SOFTWARE”).
YAMAHA grants you a personal non-exclusive license
to use the SOFTWARE only for purposes of running it
on the PRODUCT.
This AGREEMENT applies to the SOFTWARE which
YAMAHA provides you and the installed copy thereof,
subject to the provision of 1-1 herein, into the PRODUCT
or personal computer owned by you.
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license to install the SOFTWARE and use the
SOFTWARE on the PRODUCT or other devices,
including but not limited to the personal
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1-2.You shall not assign, sublicense, sell, rent, lease,
loan, convey or otherwise transfer to any third
party, upload to a website or a server computer
to which specified or unspecified persons
may access, or copy, duplicate, translate or
convert to another programming language
the SOFTWARE except as expressly provided
herein. You shall not alter, modify, disassemble,
decompile or otherwise reverse engineer the
SOFTWARE and you also shall not have any third
party to do so.
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copyright notice of YAMAHA contained in the
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export or re-export, directly or indirectly, the SOFTWARE
in violation of any such laws and regulations.
4. SUPPORT AND UPDATE:
YAMAHA, YAMAHA's subsidiaries and affiliates,
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in accordance with the provision of 6-2 or 6-3
herein.
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6-3.This AGREEMENT will also terminate if you fail to
comply with any of the terms and conditions of
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accordance with the provision 6-3, you shall
promptly delete the SOFTWARE.
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In the event that any provision of this AGREEMENT is
declared or found to be illegal by any court or tribunal
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AGREEMENT shall remain in full force and effect.
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NOTICE:
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with 48 C.F.R. 12.212 and 48 C.F.R. 227.7202-1 through
227.72024 (June 1995), all U.S. Government End Users
shall acquire the Software with only those rights set
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9. ACKNOWLEDGMENT:
You agree that this AGREEMENT is the complete and
exclusive statement of agreement between you and
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and the parties relating to the subject matter hereof.
NO amendment to this AGREEMENT shall be effective
unless signed by a duly authorized representative of
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This AGREEMENT shall be governed by and construed
in accordance with the laws of Japan without reference
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agreeing to the terms and conditions herein and
continues in effect unless or until terminated
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What the product enables you to do
This product is a Gigabit Ethernet firewall that
is suitable for use in small and medium-sized
enterprise networks.
and outside of the company, whereas unregistered
terminals can be configured to limit access to
specific segments in the company.
Transparent mode firewall function
With the transparent mode firewall function, you
can improve security easily even in an environment
where its network configuration cannot be changed
often. The product can be installed without making
changes to the existing network configuration,
allowing you to add the firewall function without
stopping the operation.
Policy-based filtering settings
A hierarchical definition of policies in security
settings makes it easy to understand what the
policies are intended for and easy to manage them.
You can create a rough rule and then go into details
gradually.
Security advice function
The security advice function consists of three
functions: diagnosis, monitoring, and reporting
functions.
The “diagnosis function” checks for vulnerable
configurations before the operation is started.
The “monitoring function” monitors for intrusion
and attack attempts by attackers during operation.
You can see the network status intuitively by
viewing traffic and how errors occur with the
“reporting function“.
URL filter function
When all or parts of a URL is registered as keywords,
the URL filter function can limit access to URLs
containing strings that match any of the keywords.
Furthermore, the filter can deny access from certain
hosts or networks when source IP addresses are
specified during filter setup. It can also limit Web
access over HTTPS when the product runs as a
proxy server.
This allows you to limit Web access from network
users in your organization easily and appropriately.
DHCP terminal authentication function
When terminals are configured as allowed terminals
(registered terminals) or not-allowed terminals
(unregistered terminals), the function can check
if the terminals are allowed to access or not and
control which network each terminal can access.
Each terminal can be configured to have different
access rights. For example, registered terminals
can be configured to allow access to all networks in
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Getting information on and limiting use of file
sharing software
The product supports detecting and blocking traffic
from the file sharing software “Winny” and “Share”.
When Intrusion Detection System of the firewall is
enabled, the product can detect packets used by
“Winny” and “Share”, discard those packets, and
break their communication. In addition, if “Winny”
and “Share” packets are detected, they are logged to
the history records for Intrusion Detection System.
The product can thus help identify terminals that
have used “Winny” or “Share”.
Gigabit Ethernet and 3G/LTE mobile
communication support
The product is equipped with a dedicated WAN
port that can be connected to an FTTH, CATV,
or ADSL broadband modem. In addition, mobile
Internet can also be utilized by connecting a 3G/
LTE mobile network data communication terminal
to the USB port.
Virtual Private Network with IPsec or L2TP/
IPsec
The product supports IPsec and L2TP/IPsec, and
data can thus be transferred more safely via the
creation of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that
utilizes the Internet (broadband) connection.
Compliance with various external memories
The configuration file and log of the product can
be saved in commercially available USB memory
sticks or microSD cards. In addition, the product can
also be booted using firmware or a configuration
file saved on a USB memory stick or microSD card.
Easy operation
• The “Basic configuration page” included with
this product for use with settings can be used to
change the basic configurations of the product
using the Web browser of your PC.
• Merely pressing the DOWNLOAD button enables
revision updates (upgrade) of the internal
firmware. If any new functions have been added
after you have purchased the product they can
be accessed via a revision update. In addition to
directly downloading any firmware updates to the
main unit you can also transfer them from a PC,
USB memory stick, or microSD card.
Setting and management of Yamaha switches
supported
The product, in conjunction with Yamaha-proprietary
switches, can display the network configuration
and port status on its “Basic configuration page”.
In addition, individual port configurations of the
Yamaha switches and collective VLAN settings
both for the product and Yamaha switches are
also available.
Wide range of content available from the
Yamaha Network Devices website
You can visit http://www.yamaha.com/products/en/
network/ to see advanced usage examples and
detailed explanations of the Yamaha firewall.
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Name and function of individual parts
Front panel/Top panel
c microSD lamp, button, slot
Commercially available microSD cards can be used
to copy the configuration file, save the log file, and
update the firmware.
Before ejecting the microSD card, ensure to first
cancel the connection by pressing and holding
down the microSD button for two seconds.
NOTE
a DOWNLOAD button
If the product was set to permit revision updates
via the DOWNLOAD button the firmware can be
updated merely by pressing and holding down the
button for three seconds. Please refer to “Operation
Manual” (included in the attached CD-ROM) for
more details.
b Lamps
The lamps indicate the operating status of the
product. Please refer to “Operation Manual”
(included in the attached CD-ROM) for the
relationship between the lamp light and the status
of the product.
• POWER: Indicates the current power status of
the product.
• STATUS: Indicates the status of communication
with connected equipment.
• LAN1: Indicates the usage status of the LAN1
port.
• LAN2: Indicates the usage status of the LAN2
port.
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When removing the inserted microSD card and
then inserting it again, please ensure that it has
first been completely ejected.
d USB lamp, button, port
Connecting a commercially available USB memory
stick enables the configuration file to be copied, the
log to be saved, and the firmware to be updated.
In addition, communication can also take place via
use of a 3G/LTE mobile phone line by connecting
a USB connection communication terminal.
Please refer to “Operation Manual” (included in
the attached CD-ROM) for more details.
Before removing any USB devices please be sure
to cancel the connection by pressing and holding
down the USB button for two seconds.
NOTE
Do not connect a USB device other than a USB
memory stick and a USB data communication
terminal. Failure to observe this could damage
the product.
e Ventilator
This is a hole to release the internal heat.
Rear panel
Bottom panel
a Power cord
b POWER switch
This switches the power status of the product to
ON/STANDBY.
c CONSOLE port
For use in connecting the RS-232C terminals (serial
connector) of PCs when it is necessary to perform
configurations from the console. Please refer to
“Operation Manual” (included in the attached CDROM) for more details.
d LAN1 ports
This port is connected to a LAN port on a PC or a
port on a hub with a LAN cable.
You can find the LINK/DATA lamp (left) and the
SPEED lamp (right) below each LAN1 port.
• LINK/DATA lamp: Off (link lost), lit up (link
established), or flashing (transferring data)
according to the individual status of the link
concerned.
• SPEED lamp: Off (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T) or
lit up (1000BASE-T) according to the speed of
the connection.
e LAN2 port
This port is connected to a modem, router, or hub
with a LAN cable.
You can find the LINK/DATA lamp (left) and the
SPEED lamp (right) below the LAN2 port.
The lamp works just like the lamps for the LAN1
ports.
a Equipment name
Provides the equipment name of the product.
b Serial number
Provides the serial number used to manage and
classify the product.
c MAC address
Provides the network ID numbers unique to the
equipment on the LAN1 side and LAN2 side. In
the example of “00A0DE7EBF84”, “MAC - 7EBF85”
provided in the figure above the individual MAC
addresses on the LAN1 side and LAN2 side are
as follows:
• MAC address on the LAN1 side: 00A0DE7EBF84
• MAC address on the LAN2 side: 00A0DE7EBF85
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Connecting to the Internet as a router
Flow of preparation steps
You must make preparations in the following order to use the product as a router:
Make the necessary preparations for configuring network
connections.
Preparation 1
Connecting a PC (or PCs) and your
broadband line to the product and
powering it on
 Page
18
Opening the “Basic configuration
page”
 Page
20
Setting the password of the product
 Page
22
 Page
27
Configuring the IP address on the
LAN1 side of the product
 Page
29
Changing the IP addresses of PCs in
the LAN
 Page
31
Configuring provider information
 Page
32

Preparation 2

Preparation 3

Preparation 4
Setting the date and time

Preparation 5

Preparation 6

Preparation 7
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Ensure the following are available before beginning
preparations
LAN cables
Provide LAN cables based on the number of PCs and distance.
Hub
Up to four PCs can be directly connected to the LAN1 ports of the product. If you want
to connect five or more PCs, use a hub (for example, a switching hub) that supports
10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, or 1000BASE-T.
Information regarding the network to which the product is
connected
Predetermine the IP address to be assigned to the LAN side of the product.
NOTE
To connect the product to a network that uses a DHCP server, you need to disable the DHCP
server function of the product. To do this, refer to the operation manual.
Cautions when installing the product
Please carefully read and observe the “Safety precautions” of this manual when
installing the product.
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Preparation 1
Making connections
Tip
• To use the product as a firewall, refer to “Connecting (to an existing network) as a transparent mode firewall“
(Operation Manual).
• To connect the product to the Internet through a USB data communication terminal, refer to “Connecting to the
Internet using a USB data communication terminal” (Page 43).
LAN 1
2
CONSOLE
1
ON
STANDBY
LINK/DATA
2
LAN 1
3
1
CONSOLE
3
4
ON
4
LAN 2
STANDBY
LAN 2
SPEED
LAN
1
Connect the LAN port of your PC to one of the LAN1 ports
of the product with a LAN cable.
2
Connect the LAN port of your cable modem, ADSL modem,
or ONU to the LAN2 port of the product with a LAN cable.
Please also refer to the document provided by your provider and instruction
manuals for ADSL modem and ONU.
NOTE
If you switch an environment in which a cable modem, an ADSL modem, or an ONU is directly
connected to a PC to a connection with the product, or an installed router is replaced with
the product, proper connections may not be made because, for instance, addresses cannot
be obtained. Therefore, you may need to configure some settings, to perform a reset, or to
wait for a specified period of time (e.g., at least 20 minutes). For more information, follow
the instructions in the relevant manuals.
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4
LAN2
4
3
LAN1
2
1
LAN2
CONS
OLE
ON
STAND
BY
1
STNDBY
ON
2
LAN1
3
4
3
CONSOLE
LINK/DATA
SPEED
Plug into
an outlet
3
4
Plug the power cord of this product into an electrical outlet.
Place the POWER switch in the ON position.
The POWER lamp lights up after flashing several times.
5
Power your PC or hub.
If the LAN1 and LAN2 lamps on the front panel light up or flash, the product is
correctly connected to your PC or hub.
/If the LAN1 lamp does not light up or flash:
• Check that the LAN cable is correctly connected and your PC or hub is powered on.
• The LAN1 lamp does not light up or flash unless all the PCs and hubs that are connected
to the product are powered on.
/If the LAN2 lamp does not light up or flash:
Check that the ADSL modem (or cable modem or ONU) is correctly connected to the product
and the ADSL modem (or cable modem or ONU) is powered on.
Now, the connecting procedures are completed.
Proceed with other preparations.

See page
20
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Preparation 2
Opening the “Basic configuration page”
To change the configurations of the product, open the “Basic configuration page”
using a Web browser on a PC connected to the product.
Follow the steps below to open the “Basic configuration page”.
NOTE
• To use the “Basic configuration page”, we recommend that you use Windows Internet
Explorer 11.
• The descriptions in this manual use Internet Explorer 11 screens as examples. For other
environments, you have slightly different screen displays, though operations stay the
same.
Tip
If you enter commands in a console window using Telnet software, you can configure
settings in more detail compared to doing them in the “Basic configuration page” (console
commands). For details on connecting to the product using Telnet software, please refer to
the operation manual. For details on the commands available in the product, please refer
to “Command Reference” (included in the attached CD-ROM).
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1
2
3
Check that the product is powered on.
Start Internet Explorer on your PC.
Type “http://192.168.100.1/” in the address bar and then
press Enter.
The screen to enter a “User name” and “Password” appears.
NOTE
If the IP address of the LAN1 port has been changed, enter the configured IP address in the
address bar.
4
In the “Password” field, type “doremi” and then click “OK”.
The top page of the “Basic configuration page” appears.
NOTE
Enter the user name and password if you have set them.
/If the top page of the “Basic configuration page” does not appear:
Refer to “Setting failed with the “Basic configuration page”” (Operation Manual).
Understanding the “Basic configuration page”
Indicates the current screen name.
Configure the settings as needed. Accept your entries and
save them in the product.
Shows Help screen.
Return to the top page
without saving your entries.
Return to the previous page
without saving your entries.
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Preparation 3
Setting the passwords
In the factory defaults, the initial password is set to “doremi”.
It is recommended that you set passwords to provide security measures. Once a
password is set, anyone trying to access the product must enter it, which makes it
difficult for third parties to modify the configurations of the product.
It is recommended that you follow the steps on page 23 to set or change the
password to prevent security issues.
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1 Click
2 Click
4 Fill in
3 Fill in
5 Click
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1
Click “Advanced settings” on the top page of “Basic
configuration page”.
The “Advanced settings” screen appears.
2
Click “Configure” to the right of “Configure users and
access limits(HTTP, TELNET, SSH, SFTP)”.
The “Configure users and access limits” screen appears.
3
Type the password of the product in “Administration
password”.
Each password character entered is represented by a black dot.
4
5
A confirmation screen appears.
6
The password you have set takes effect.
7
The screen to enter a “User name” and “Password” appears.
Retype the password you entered in Step 3.
Click “Submit”.
Click “Submit”.
Click “Return to top”.
8
Type the password you entered in Step 3 in “Password”
and then click “OK”.
The top page of the “Basic configuration page” reappears.
Set the login password of the product.
Tip
Leave “User name” blank.
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9 Click
10 Click
11 Click
13 Fill in
12 Fill in
14 Click
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9
Click “Advanced settings” on the top page of
“Basic configuration page”.
The “Advanced settings” screen appears.
10
Click “Configure” to the right of “Configure users and
access limits(HTTP, TELNET, SSH, SFTP)”.
The “Configure users and access limits” screen appears.
11
Click “Configure” to the right of “Nameless user”.
The “Configure nameless user” screen appears.
12
Type the login password in “login password”.
13
14
15
Each password character entered is represented by a black dot.
Retype the login password you entered in Step 12.
Click “Submit”.
A confirmation screen appears.
Click “Submit”.
16
The password you have set takes effect.
Click “Return to top”.
The top page of the “Basic configuration page” reappears.
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Preparation 4
Setting the date and time
In the “Configure machine” screen, configure the date and time for the product.
1 Click
2 Click
3 Select
4 Fill in
5 Click
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1
Click “Advanced settings” on the top page of
“Basic configuration page”.
The “Advanced settings” screen appears.
2
Click “Configure” to the right of “Configure machine
(Date/Time, buzzer)”.
The “Configure machine” screen appears.
3
Select “Change to the following date and time setting”
under “Configure date and time”.
4
Enter your local date and time.
Tip
To set the exact time, enter a time several minutes ahead and click “Submit” simultaneously
with a time signal.
5
A confirmation screen appears.
6
The top page of the “Basic configuration page” reappears.
Click “Submit”.
Click “Return to top”.
To automatically set the time of the product:
Using a NTP (network time protocol) server on the Internet allows you to automatically
set the time of the product.
NOTE
Depending on the security settings of the product, PCs in the LAN as well as this product
may not be able to synchronize their time with the NTP server. To use an external NTP
server, change the filter settings (Operation Manual).
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Preparation 5
Configuring the IP address on the
LAN1 side
To connect LANs at different locations via broadband connections, make sure the
network addresses for LANs do not overlap. Determine a new network address for
each LAN and configure the IP address and netmask according to the new network
address on the product and PC.
NOTE
If a different network address has already been configured, give the product the IP address
and netmask according to that network address. Make sure the product has an IP address
that does not overlap with the one assigned to other devices installed within the LAN.
1 Click
2 Click
1
Click “Advanced settings” on the top page of
“Basic configuration page”.
The “Advanced settings” screen appears.
2
Click “Configure” to the right of “Configure LAN
(IP address, DHCP server)”.
The “Configure LAN” screen appears.
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3 Fill in
4 Click
3
Enter the IP address on the LAN1 side of the product in
“LAN1 port IP address setup”.
Primary IP address
Enter the IP address according to the new network address you determined, and
select the netmask. For more details on the settings, click “Help” on the setup screen
and refer to the description displayed.
4
5
Click “Submit”.
A confirmation screen appears.
Click “Execute” before changing the IP addresses of PCs.
For information on changing the IP addresses of PCs, refer to the description on
page 31 onward.
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Preparation 6
Changing the IP addresses of PCs in
the LAN
If you change a LAN network address, you also need to change IP addresses and
netmasks of PCs in the LAN. If you have devices other than PCs in the LAN, you also
need to change their IP addresses and netmasks. For information on setting these
devices, please refer to their instruction manuals.
NOTE
If you do not change the network address of the LAN to which the product is attached, you
do not need to change IP addresses of PCs in the LAN.
The way to change the IP address of a PC depends on the
version of the operating system.
Refer to “Changing the IP addresses of PCs” (Operation Manual) for more details.
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Preparation 7
Configuring provider information
Selecting your Internet connection mode
The product supports different Internet connection modes. Necessary broadband
contract or a contract with an Internet service provider varies depending on the
connection mode. Please read instructions regarding connection modes.
Permanently connecting to the Internet
through a broadband line
Permanently connecting to the Internet using
network connection service
• Network PPPoE connection: Operation Manual
 Page

33
Operation
Manual
• unnumbered connection: Operation Manual
Connecting to the Internet using a USB data
communication terminal
 Page
43
NOTE
• After canceling/changing your provider contract please be sure to delete or reconfigure the
connection configuration of the product. Failure to observe this could result in unexpected
charges from your telephone carrier or provider.
• Before using the product as a router (or before signing a new contract with your provider),
be sure to determine whether simultaneous connections of multiple PCs through a router
are permitted by your provider. Some providers do not allow simultaneous connections or
require that you sign a separate contract. If you use the product in violation of the terms
and conditions of the contract with your provider, you may be charged unexpected fees.
If simultaneous connections are prohibited by your provider, sign a separate contract with
your provider or sign a contact with a provider that allows simultaneous connections.
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Permanently connecting to the Internet
through a broadband line (PPPoE/CATV)
Specify the destination in the “Basic configuration page” to connect to the Internet.
If you use a network PPPoE connection or an unnumbered connection, refer to
“Permanently connecting to the Internet using network connection service” (Operation
Manual).
Before configuring the settings
NOTE
• After canceling/changing your provider contract please be sure to delete or reconfigure the
connection configuration of the product. Failure to observe this could result in unexpected
charges from your telephone carrier or provider.
• A constant Internet connection increases the risk of illegal access or attack via the Internet.
Be sure to use the product with extra attention to your network security. Refer to “Enhancing
security” (Operation Manual) for more details.
• The descriptions in this manual use Internet Explorer 11 screens as examples. For other
environments, you have slightly different screen displays, though operations stay the same.
You need the setup document supplied by the provider.
To configure destinations and connect to the Internet, you are required to have the
following information provided by your provider (some connection modes may not need
all of the information).
• User ID (authentication ID and account name)
• Passwords (authentication password and initial password)
• IP address
• Netmask
• Name server addresses (DNS server address, name server IP address, and DNS
server IP address)
• Default gateway address
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1  Checking the connection mode
1 Click
The line type is automatically detected.
3 Click
1
Click “Configure provider” on the top page of
“Basic configuration page”.
The broadband line auto-distinction function works to show the screen for the
connection mode selected for the connected line.
NOTE
Note that the broadband line auto-distinction process takes place only once. Be sure
to check that the broadband line is connected to the LAN2 port of the product before
performing this function.
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2
3
Check the connection mode that is automatically determined
and then click “Next”.
Click “Next”.
The setting screen corresponding to the connected line appears.
The following configurations vary depending on the connected line. For details,
refer to the description for the connection line you selected.
If no line was chosen
Failed to automatically determine broadband line.
Select “Terminal broadband connection over PPPoE” or “Terminal broadband
connection over DHCP or static IP address” to your connection type and then click
“Next”.
If you are not sure which connection type you use currently, check the contract or
contact your provider.

A
When “Terminal broadband connection over
PPPoE” is selected:

See page
36
B
When “Terminal broadband connection over
DHCP or static IP address” is selected:

See page
40
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A
Terminal broadband
connection over PPPoE
(from page 35)
2  Specifying your provider information
1 Fill in
2 Fill in
3 Fill in
4 Click
1
Enter the configuration name.
Enter a descriptive destination name. It is a good idea to name the configuration so
that you can easily identify it when it needs to be modified.
2
3
Enter the user ID.
Enter the connection user ID specified by the provider. Be sure to check the relevant
document when entering it.
Enter your connect password.
4
Enter the password specified by the provider (or the password you changed).
The password is case sensitive and should be in alphanumeric characters.
Each password character entered is represented by a black dot.
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 3/4” screen appears.
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A
Terminal broadband
connection over PPPoE
(from page 35)
3  Specifying the DNS server address
1 Specify
2 Click
1
Specify the DNS server address.
If the DNS server address is not assigned by your provider:
Click “Do not specify DNS server address and auto-retrieve from the provider” to
select it.
If the DNS server address is assigned by your provider:
Click “The contract with the provider stipulates a DNS server address designation”
to select it and then set the following addresses.
• Primary DNS server address: Enter the DNS server address assigned by your
provider in numeric characters.
• Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address
if your provider provides you with two DNS server addresses (if your provider
provides you with only one DNS server address, leave this field blank).
2
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 4/4” screen appears.
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A
Terminal broadband
connection over PPPoE
(from page 35)
4  Checking the setting information
1 Check
2 Click
1
Ensure that the entries displayed on the screen agree with
the information provided by your provider.
If an incorrect setting has been made, click “Back” to bring up the necessary setting
screen to set it correctly.
2
Click “Submit”.
The “Register provider” screen appears.
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A
Terminal broadband
connection over PPPoE
(from page 35)
5  Connecting to the Internet
1 Click
2 Check
1
Click “Connect”.
The product connects to the Internet and shows the “Connect/disconnect provider” screen.
Click “Return to top” to return to the top page of the “Basic configuration page”.
2
Check whether the product is connected to the Internet.
Check that the product is connected to the Internet by viewing the status of Internet
connection on the lower part of the screen.
Configurations
are completed.
Configuration settings for
your Internet connection
are now complete.
 If you cannot connect to the Internet:
Check 1 Check the connection between the product and your PC,
ADSL modem or ONU.
Check 2 Check the entries again on pages 36 and 37.
Check 3 If you still have difficulties, refer to “Troubleshooting” for
solutions (Operation Manual).
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B
Terminal broadband
connection over DHCP
or static IP address
(from page 35)
2  Specifying your provider information
1 Fill in
2 Specify
3 Click
1
Enter the configuration name.
Enter a descriptive destination name. It is a good idea to name the configuration so
that you can easily identify it when it needs to be modified.
2
Specify the WAN IP address.
If the IP address is not assigned by your provider:
Click “DHCP client” to select it.
If the DHCP client identification name is assigned by your provider, enter that
identification name in the “DHCP client identification name” (there is no need to
enter it if it is not assigned by your provider).
If the IP address is assigned by your provider:
Click “Static IP address” and then configure the following settings.
• WAN IP address: Enter the IP address assigned by your provider in numeric
characters.
• netmask: Select the netmask assigned by your provider.
• Default gateway: Enter the default gateway address assigned by your provider
in numeric characters.
3
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 3/4” screen appears.
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B
Terminal broadband
connection over DHCP
or static IP address
(from page 35)
3  Specifying the DNS server address
1 Specify
2 Click
1
Specify the DNS server address.
If the DNS server address is not assigned by your provider:
Click “Do not specify DNS server address and auto-retrieve from the provider” to
select it.
If the DNS server address is assigned by your provider:
Click “The contract with the provider stipulates a DNS server address designation”
to select it and then set the following addresses.
• Primary DNS server address: Enter the DNS server address assigned by your
provider in numeric characters.
• Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address
if your provider provides you with two DNS server addresses (if your provider
provides you with only one DNS server address, leave this field blank).
2
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 4/4” screen appears.
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B
Terminal broadband
connection over DHCP
or static IP address
(from page 35)
4 Confirming the entries
before connecting to the Internet
1 Check
2 Click
3 Check
1
Ensure that the entries displayed on the screen agree with
the information provided by your provider.
If an incorrect setting has been made, click “Back” to bring up the necessary setting
screen to set it correctly.
2
Click “Submit”.
If you click “Return to top” in the confirmation screen that appears, the product
automatically connects to the Internet and returns to the top page of the “Basic
configuration page”.
3
Check whether the product is connected to the Internet.
Check that the product is connected to the Internet by viewing the status of Internet
connection on the lower part of the screen.
Configurations
are completed.
Configuration settings for
your Internet connection
are now complete.
 If you cannot connect to the Internet:
Check 1 Check the connection between the product and your PC,
ADSL modem or cable modem.
Check 2 Check the entries again on pages 40 and 41.
Check 3 If you still have difficulties, refer to “Troubleshooting” for
solutions (Operation Manual).
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Connecting to the Internet using a USB
data communication terminal
The product can be connected to the Internet by connecting a commercially-available
data communication terminal that supports USB ports to the USB port. Connect a USB
data communication terminal to the product before specifying the destination in the
“Basic configuration page” to connect to the Internet.
Before configuring the settings
NOTE
• After canceling/changing your provider contract please be sure to delete or reconfigure the
connection configuration of the product. Failure to observe this could result in unexpected
charges from your telephone carrier or provider.
• If your data (packet) communications service contract is based on a pay-as-you-go plan
or your flat-rate contract does not cover data communications, prolonged communications
or transfer of large amounts of data may result in hefty fees. Pay careful attention to the
communication charges before using your communications service. The product has a
function that issues an alert or restricts communication by monitoring communication time
and communications traffic for each connection or on a cumulative basis. Please use it as
necessary.
• A constant Internet connection increases the risk of illegal access or attack via the Internet.
Be sure to use the product with extra attention to your network security. Refer to “Enhancing
security” (Operation Manual) for more details.
• Be sure to use a communication terminal as instructed in its instruction manual and under
environmental conditions specified therein.
• This function does not support 64K data communications.
• The descriptions in this manual use Internet Explorer 11 screens as examples. For other
environments, you have slightly different screen displays, though operations stay the same.
You need the setup document supplied by the provider.
To configure destinations and connect to the Internet, you are required to have the
following information provided by your provider (some connection modes may not need
all of the information).
• User ID (authentication ID and account name)
• Passwords (authentication password and initial password)
• IP address
• Netmask
• Name server addresses (DNS server address, name server IP address, and DNS
server IP address)
• Default gateway address
• Access point name
• CID (Context Identifier)
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1  Connecting a USB data communication terminal
LAN2
4
3
LAN1
2
1
CONS
OL
E
ON
STA
NDBY
DOWN
LOAD
POWE
R
STATUS
LAN 1
LAN 2
microS
D
USB
Connect a USB data communication terminal to the USB port
of the product.
The USB lamp lights up and flashes.
Tip
A buzzer beeps when the USB data communication terminal is connected. For details on
the buzzer sound, refer to “Changing the buzzer settings” (Operation Manual).
For a list of the latest USB data communication terminals that are known to work,
visit http://www.yamaha.com/products/en/network/ and go to the product information
page of this product.
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2  Specifying the connection mode
1 Click
2 Click
3 Click
1
Click “Configure provider” on the top page of
“Basic configuration page”.
The “Configure provider 1/4” screen appears.
2
3
Click “Mobile Internet connection”.
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 2/4” screen appears.
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3  Specifying your provider information
1 Select
2 Fill in
3 Fill in
4 Fill in
5 Fill in
6 Fill in
7 Select
8 Click
1
Select a connection interface.
Select a connection interface.
If a USB data communication terminal is inserted in the specified USB port, the
interface is determined automatically.
If not, connect a USB data communication terminal and then try again.
2
3
Enter the configuration name.
Enter a descriptive destination name. It is a good idea to name the configuration so
that you can easily identify it when it needs to be modified.
Enter the access point name.
Enter the access point name provided by your carrier or provider. Entries may vary
depending on your contract plan. Be sure to check the relevant document when
entering it.
4
5
Enter the CID (Context Identifier).
Enter the CID number provided by your carrier or provider. Entries may vary depending
on your contract plan. Be sure to check the relevant document when entering it.
Enter the user ID.
If you need to specify a user ID, enter the user ID provided by your provider. Be sure
to check the relevant document when entering it.
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6
Enter your connect password.
If you need to specify a connect password, enter the password specified by the
provider (or the password you changed). The password is case sensitive and should
be in alphanumeric characters.
Each password character entered is represented by a black dot.
7
Select outgoing restrictions.
Configure the outgoing restrictions based on the cumulative send/received data and
the cumulative connection period. Depending on your contract plan, unusual billing
can occur due to long connection times. Be sure to check your contract plan before
configuring it.
8
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 3/4” screen appears.
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4  Specifying the DNS server address
1 Specify
2 Click
1
Specify the DNS server address.
If the DNS server address is not assigned by your provider:
Click “Do not specify DNS server address and auto-retrieve from the provider” to
select it.
If the DNS server address is assigned by your provider:
Click “The contract with the provider stipulates a DNS server address designation”
to select it and then set the following addresses.
• Primary DNS server address: Enter the DNS server address assigned by your
provider in numeric characters.
• Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address
if your provider provides you with two DNS server addresses (if your provider
provides you with only one DNS server address, leave this field blank).
2
Click “Next”.
The “Configure provider 4/4” screen appears.
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5  Checking the setting information
1 Check
2 Click
Ensure that the entries displayed on the screen agree with
the information provided by your provider.
1
If an incorrect setting has been made, click “Back” to bring up the necessary setting
screen to set it correctly.
2
Click “Submit”.
The “Register provider” screen appears.
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6  Connecting to the Internet
1 Click
2 Check
1
Click “Connect”.
The product connects to the Internet and shows the “Connect/disconnect provider”
screen.
Click “Return to top” to return to the top page of the “Basic configuration page”.
2
Check whether the product is connected to the Internet.
Check that the product is connected to the Internet by viewing the status of Internet
connection on the lower part of the screen.
Configurations
are completed.
Configuration settings for
your Internet connection
are now complete.
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 If you cannot connect to the Internet:
Check 1 Check the connection between the product and your PC
and between the product and the USB data communication
terminal.
Check 2 Check the entries again on pages between 46 and 48.
Check 3 If you still have difficulties, refer to “Troubleshooting” for
solutions (Operation Manual).
Major specifications
External dimensions (Width x Height x Depth):
USB interface:
220 mm x 42.6 mm x 160.5 mm
USB 2.0 High-Speed supported
(not including any protrusions and cable
terminals)
Feed current: Max. 500 mA
Number of ports: 1
Connector: USB Type-A connector
Weight:
Main unit: 920 g
microSD interface:
Number of ports: 1
Power supply:
AC100 to 240 V (50/60 Hz)
Connector: microSD slot
Indication function (LED)
Power consumption:
Front panel: POWER, STATUS, LAN1, LAN2,
microSD, USB
Max. 11 W
Operating environment:
Ambient temperature: 0 to 50ºC
Ambient humidity: 15 to 80%
(no condensation)
Rear panel: LINK/DATA, SPEED
Accessories:
LAN cable (3 m, RJ-45, straight) (x1)
User's Manual (this manual)
Storage environment:
Ambient temperature: -20 to 50ºC
Ambient humidity: 10 to 90%
(no condensation)
Regulatory Compliance:
CD-ROM (x1)
(“User's Manual (this manual)”, “Operation
Manual”, and “Command Reference” are
included in it.)
Safety: IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1
EMC: EN 55022 Class A, EN 55024
LAN1 interface:
Ethernet (RJ-45)
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
4-port switching hub
Straight/Cross auto-distinction
LAN2 interface:
Ethernet (RJ-45)
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
1 port
Straight/Cross auto-distinction
Serial interface:
DTE fixed (cross cable for connecting to a PC)
Number of ports: 1
Asynchronous serial: RS-232C
Connector: D-sub 9 PIN
Data transfer speed: 9600 bit/s
Data bit length: 8 bits
Parity check: None
Stop bit: 1 bit
Flow control: software (Xon/Xoff)
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