D-Link DVA-G3340S Installation guide

D-Link DVA-G3340S Installation guide
DVA-G3340S
High-Speed 2.4 GHz
Wireless ADSL VOIP Router
Manual
Building Networks for People
Ver 1.01
Contents
Using the Configuration Menu ................................................................10
PPPoE and PPPoA Connection for WAN........................................12
Dynamic IP Address Connection for WAN ......................................16
Bridged Connection for WAN ..........................................................19
Static IP Address for Connection WAN ...........................................21
ATM Traffic Shaping........................................................................23
ATM Traffic Shaping........................................................................25
LAN IP Settings ...............................................................................27
DHCP Settings ................................................................................28
Use the Router for DHCP................................................................29
Disable the DHCP Server................................................................30
DNS Settings...................................................................................31
Dynamic DNS Settings....................................................................32
Configure DDNS Settings................................................................32
VOIP Settings − Server ...................................................................33
VOIP Settings − User Agent............................................................35
VOIP Settings − Telephony .............................................................36
Wireless Settings.............................................................................38
Configure Basic Wireless Settings ..................................................38
Wireless Settings − WEP ................................................................39
Security Options for Wireless ..........................................................39
WEP Encryption ..............................................................................39
Setup Encryption Keys ....................................................................40
Wireless Settings − WPA ................................................................41
Configure WPA Settings..................................................................41
Wireless Settings − WPA-PSK ........................................................42
Configure WPA-PSK Security for WLAN.........................................42
Multiple Virtual Connections............................................................43
Configure Multiple PVCs .................................................................43
Advanced Router Management.......................................................44
UPnP...............................................................................................46
Virtual Server ..................................................................................47
SNMP..............................................................................................49
IP Filters ..........................................................................................50
IP Filters ..........................................................................................50
Bridge Filters ...................................................................................52
LAN Clients .....................................................................................53
To add a static IP address to the list of available IP addresses, type
an IP address that falls within the range a available IP addresses
and click on the Add button. In the example above, available
addresses range from 10.0.0.1 to 10.255.255.254. Any addresses
added will appear in the list of Static Addresses available for
advanced configuration. These addresses can then be used in the
other Port Forwarding, Access Control and Advanced Security
menus. To delete an IP address from the list of Static Addresses,
click the Delete box for the address or addresses you want to
eliminate and click on the Apply button.Routing..............................53
Routing............................................................................................54
DMZ ................................................................................................55
Firewall............................................................................................56
Advanced > Firewall...........................................................................56
RIP Dynamic Routing ......................................................................57
PPP Connection State.....................................................................58
ADSL...............................................................................................59
ATM VC Setting ..............................................................................60
VLAN QOS......................................................................................61
Wireless Management.....................................................................62
Wireless Performance .....................................................................63
Tools ...............................................................................................64
Change System Password ..............................................................65
Remote Web Management and Telnet Access ...............................65
Time ................................................................................................66
Save or Load Configuration File......................................................66
Restore Factory Default Settings ....................................................67
Remote Log.....................................................................................68
Firmware .........................................................................................69
Ping Test .........................................................................................70
Ping Test .........................................................................................70
Test .................................................................................................71
Status Information ...........................................................................72
Device Information Display..............................................................72
Log ..................................................................................................73
Traffic Statistics ...............................................................................74
ADSL...............................................................................................75
Description ......................................................................................76
Package Contents
Contents of Package:
D-Link DVA-G3340S High-Speed
2.4GHz Wireless ADSL VOIP Router
Power Adapter-AC 12V, 1200mA
Manual and Warranty on CD
RJ-11 Cable
Ethernet Cable
USB Cable
Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage rating than the one included with
the DVA-G3340S will cause damage and void the warranty for this product.
If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.
System Requirements for Configuration:
Ethernet-Based Cable or DSL Modem
Computers with Windows, Macintosh, or Linux-based
operating systems with an installed Ethernet adapter
Internet Explorer Version 6.0 or Netscape Navigator
Version 6.0 and Above
Introduction
The D-Link DVA-G3340S High-Speed Wireless Router is an 802.11g
high-performance, wireless router that supports high-speed wireless networking at
home, at work or in public places.
Unlike most routers, the DVA-G3340S provides data transfers at up to 8X (compared
to the standard 11 Mbps) when used with other D-Link AirPlus G products. The
802.11 g standard is backwards compatible with 802.11 b products. This means that
you do not need to change your entire network to maintain connectivity. You may
sacrifice some of 802.11 g’s speed when you mix 802.11 b and 802.11 g devices, but
you will not lose the ability to communicate when you incorporate the 802.11g
standard into your 802.11 b network. You may choose to slowly change your network by
gradually replacing the 802.11 b devices with 802.11 g devices .
In addition to offering faster data transfer speeds when used with other 802.11g
products, the DVA-G3340S has the newest, strongest, most advanced security
features available today. When used with other 802.11 g WPA (WiFi Protected
Access) and 802.1x compatible products in a network with a RADIUS server, the
security features include:
WPA *Available around Q4/2003 as a free download.: Wi-Fi Protected Access authorizes
and identifies users based on a secret key that changes automatically at a
regular interval. WPA uses TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) to change the
temporal key every 10,000 packets (a packet is a kind of message transmitted
over a network.) This insures much greater security than the standard WEP
security. (By contrast, the older WEP encryption required the keys to be
changed manually.)
For home users that will not incorporate a RADIUS server in their network, the security
for the DVA-G3340S, used in conjunction with other 802.11g products, will still be
much stronger than ever before. Utilizing the Pre Shared Key mode of WPA, the
DVA-G3340S will obtain a new security key every time it connects to the 802.11g
network. You only need to input your encryption information once in the configuration
menu. No longer will you have to manually input a new WEP key frequently to ensure
security, with the DVA-G3340S, you can automatically receive a new key every time
you connect, vastly increasing the safety of your communications.
Connections
This is where your
Wireless LAN antenna
connects.
ADSL port
provides a
connection to your
ISP and the WAN
(Internet).
FXS1 and FXS2 ports
provide connections
to two analog
(POTS) telephones.
USB port allows you to
connect a PC to the
DVA-G3304S using the
supplied USB driver
software and a USB port
on the PC.
The 12V 1.2A AC power
adapter plugs in here.
Line port
provides a
connection to
your regular
telephone line
from the wall
outlet.
The reset button returns
the DVA-G3340S to its
factory default settings.
The four LAN ports
allow wired
connections to
Ethernet enabled
devices.
LEDs
WLAN − This LED will
be lit green when a
Wireless LAN
connection is detected.
It will blink when there
is data activity on the
connection.
USB − This
LED will light
green when
a USB
connection is
detected. It
will blink
when there is
data activity
on the
connection.
VoIP − LED
will light
green when
you are
making a
VoIP call.
PSTN
(Public
Switched
Telephone
Network) −
LED will not
be lit when
the
telephone is
making a
PSTN
telephone
call.
LAN − These LEDs will be lit
green when a LAN connection
is detected. They will blink
when there is data activity on
the connection.
CA (Call Agent) −
This LED will blink
when your are
connected to a
VOIP SIP Server.
Hook LED will
light green when
the telephone is
off the hook.
Ring LED will
flash quickly
when an
incoming call is
detected
ADSL − This LED will
light green when an
ADSL connection is
detected. It will blink
when there is data
activity on the
connection.
Features
Fully compatible with the 802.11 g standard to provide a wireless
data rate of up to 54Mbps
Backwards compatible with the 802.11 b standard to provide a
wireless data rate of up to 11 Mbps
WPA (Wi Fi Protected Access) authorizes and identifies users
based on a secret key that changes automatically at a regular
interval, for example:
Pre Shared Key mode means that the home user,
without a RADIUS server, will obtain a new security key
every time the he or she connects to the network, vastly
improving the safety of communications on the network.
802.1x Authentication in conjunction with the RADIUS server
verifies the identity of would be clients
Utilizes OFDM technology (Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing)
User-friendly configuration and diagnostic utilities
Operates in the 2.4GHz frequency range
Connects multiple computers to a Broadband (Cable or DSL)
modem to share the Internet connection
Advanced Firewall features
Supports NAT with VPN pass-through, providing added
security
MAC Filtering
IP Filtering
URL Filtering
Domain Blocking
Scheduling
DHCP server supported enables all networked computers to
automatically receive IP addresses
Web-based interface for Managing and Configuring
Access Control to manage users on the network
Supports special applications that require multiple connections
Equipped with 4 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports, 1 WAN port, Auto
MDI/MDIX
Using the Configuration Menu
Whenever you want to configure your network or the DVA-G3340S, you
can access the Configuration Menu by opening the web-browser and
typing in the IP Address of the DVA-G3340S. The DVA-G3340S default
IP Address is
shown at right:
Open your web browser
Type in the IP Address of the Router
(http://192.168.1.1)
Note: if you have changed the default IP Address assigned to the DVA-G3340S,
make sure to enter the correct IP Address.
Type admin in the User Name field
Type admin in the Password field
Click OK
Home > Wizard
The Home>Wizard
screen will appear.
Please refer to the
Quick
Installation
Guide for more information regarding
the Setup Wizard.
These buttons appear on most of the
configuration
screens
in
this
section. Please click
on the appropriate
button at the bottom
of each screen after
you have made a
configuration
change.
Home > WAN > PPPoE/PPPoA
Configure WAN Connection
To configure the
Router’s basic
configuration settings
without running the
Setup Wizard, you
can access the
menus used to
configure WAN, LAN,
DHCP and DNS
settings directly from
the Home directory.
To access the WAN
Settings menu, click
on the WAN link
button on the left side
of the first window
that appears when
you successfully
access the web
manager.
The WAN Settings
menu is also used to
configure the Router
for multiple virtual
connections (Multiple
PVCs).
WAN Settings Menu – PPPoE / PPPoA
Select the connection type used for your account. The menu will display settings that
are appropriate for the connection type you select. Follow the instruction below
according to the type of connection you select in the WAN Settings menu.
The new settings must be saved and the Router must be restarted for the settings to go
into effect. To save the new settings and restart the Router, click on the Tools directory
tab and then click the System menu button. Click the Reboot button under Force the
DVA-G3340S to system restart. The Router will save the new WAN settings, restart
and attempt to establish the WAN connection.
PPPoE and PPPoA Connection for WAN
Follow the instructions below to configure the Router to use a PPPoE or PPPoA for the
Internet connection. Make sure you have all the necessary information before you
configure the WAN connection.
1. If not already selected, choose the PPPoE/PPPoA option from the WAN Settings
pull-down menu. PPPoE/PPPoA is selected by default if you are configuring the
Router for the first time.
2. Under the ATM VC Settings at the top of the menu should not be changed unless
you have been instructed to change them. However, if you are instructed to
change the VPI or VCI values, type in the values assigned for your account. Leave
the PVC and Virtual Circuit setting at the default (Pcv0 and Enabled) values for
now. This can be used later if you are configuring multiple virtual circuits for your
ADSL service. For more information on ATM VC Settings, see the table on page
25 below.
3. Under the PPPoE/PPPoA heading, type the User Name and Password used for
your ADSL account. A typical User Name will be in the form [email protected],
the Password may be assigned to you by your ISP or you may have selected it
when you set up the account with your ISP.
4. Choose the Connection Type from the pull-down menu located under the User
Name and Password entry fields. This defines both the connection protocol and
encapsulation method used for your ADSL service. The available options are
PPPoA VC-MUX, PPPoA LLC and PPPoE LLC. If have not been provided specific
information for the Connection Type setting, leave the default setting.
5. Leave the MTU value at the default setting (default = 1400) unless you have
specific reasons to change this (see table below).
6. Leave the MRU value at the default setting (default = 1492) unless you have
specific reasons to change this (see table below).
7. Leave the Default Route enabled if you want to use the Router as the default route
to the Internet for your LAN. Whenever a computer on the LAN attempts to access
the Internet, the Router becomes the Internet gateway to the computer. If you have
an alternative route for Internet traffic you may disable this without effecting the
Router’s connection.
8. NAT should remain enabled. If you disable NAT, you not be able to use more than
one computer for Internet connections. NAT is enabled and disabled system-wide,
therefore if you are using multiple virtual connections, NAT will disabled on all
connections.
9. The Firewall should remain enabled for most users. If you choose to disable this
you will not be able to use the features configured in the Firewall and Filters menus
located in the Advanced directory. See the next chapter for more details on these
menus.
10.Typically the globally IP settings (i.e. IP address for the WAN interface) for a
PPPoA or PPPoA connection will use Dynamic IP assignment from the ISP.
Some accounts may be assigned a specific global IP address. If you have been
give an IP address for you PPPoE/PPPoA connection, select the Static IP option
from the IP Control pull-down menu. This menu can be used to configure the
WAN port as an Unnumbered IP interface. (See table below for Unnumbered IP)
11.Most users will not need to change ATM settings. If this is the first time you are
setting up the ADSL connection it is recommended that you leave the Service
Category settings at the default values until you have established the connection.
See the table on page 23 for a description of the parameters available for ATM
traffic shaping.
12.When you are satisfied that all the WAN settings are configured correctly, click on
the Apply button.
13.The new settings must be saved and the Router must be restarted for the settings
to go into effect. To Save & Reboot the Router, click on the Tools directory tab
and then click the Save & Reboot menu button. In the Save and Reboot menu,
click the Reboot button under Force the DVA-G3340S to system restart. The
Router will save the new settings and restart. Upon restarting the Router will
automatically establish the WAN connection.
Additional settings for PPPoE/PPPoA connections:
PPPoE/PPPoA Parameters
Description
User Name
For PPP connections, a User Name and Password are
used to identify and verify your account to the ISP.
Enter the User Name for your ADSL service account.
User names and passwords are case-sensitive, so
enter this information exactly as given to you by your
ISP.
Password
Together with the User Name, this is used to verify
your account to the ISP. Enter the Password exactly
as given to you by your ISP.
Connection Type
This specifies the protocol (PPPoE or PPPoA) and the
encapsulation method (LLC or VC-MUX) used for your
connection. The options available are PPPoE LLC,
PPPoA LLC or PPPoA VC-MUX.
MTU
The Maximum Transmission Unit size may be changed
if you want to optimize efficiency for uploading data
through the WAN interface. The default setting (1400
bytes) should be suitable for most users. Some user
may want to adjust the setting to optimize performance
for wireless traffic or when low latency is desired (such
as with Internet gaming). It is highly recommended that
the user research how adjusting the MTU may effect
network traffic for better or worse.
MRU
Similar to the MTU, except this applies to Maximum
Received Unit size for downloading data. Most users
will be happy with the default setting (1492 bytes).
However this may also be optimized for fast
downloads of general bulk Internet traffic, for low
latency or for downloading to computers on the
Wireless LAN. As with the MTU setting, the user
should carefully consider how changing the MRU may
effect Internet downloads for all systems on your LAN.
Default Route
When this is enabled, the Router will be considered to
be the primary gateway to the Internet and WAN for
systems on your network. If you are using the Router
on a network with one or more alternative gateway
routers, you may prefer to disable this if you will use
another router as the primary gateway.
NAT
Network Address Translation may be enabled or
disabled with the pull-down menu. Keep in mind that
disabling NAT allows on a single computer to be used
for Internet access through the Router. NAT is enabled
and disable for the Router on all connections (i.e.
Pvc0 – Pvc7) if your Router is set up for multiple virtual
connections.
Firewall
Use this to universally enable or disable the Firewall
and Filter features available in the Router. If you
disable this you will not be able to configure settings in
the Firewall or Filters menus in the Advanced
directory.
IP Control
This is used to determine how global IP settings are
handled for the WAN interface. Typically PPPoE or
PPPoA connections will use the default setting for
Dynamic IP. Some users will be given a specific IP
address for the WAN interface. In this case you need
to change this setting to Static IP. When Static IP is
selected in the IP Control menu, you need to type in
the global IP address provided to you by your ISP. The
IP Unnumbered option is used if you want to set up a
non-TCP/IP port protocol link through the WAN
interface. An IP Unnumbered interface does not have
an IP address and therefore cannot be managed via
Telnet or any other TCP/IP application.
Static IP
If you have selected the Static IP option in the IP
Control menu, type in the global IP address used for
your WAN interface. This should be given to you by
your ISP.
Dynamic IP Address Connection for WAN
Home > WAN > Dynamic IP Address
A Dynamic IP Address
connection configures the
Router to automatically
obtain its global IP address
from a DHCP server on the
ISP’s network. The service
provider assigns a global IP
address from a pool of
addresses available to the
service provider. Typically
the IP address assigned has
a long lease time, so it will
likely be the same address
each time the Router
requests an IP address.
To configure a Dynamic IP
Address connection, perform
the steps listed below. Some
of the settings do not need to
be changed the first time the
device is set up, but can be
changed later if you choose.
See the table below for a
description of all the settings
available in this menu.
WAN Settings for Dynamic IP Address Connection
1. Choose the Dynamic IP Address option from the WAN Settings pull-down
menu.
2. Under the ATM VC Settings at the top of the menu should not be changed
unless you have been instructed to change them. However, if you are instructed
to change the VPI or VCI values, type in the values assigned for your account.
Leave the PVC and Virtual Circuit setting at the default (Pcv0 and Enabled)
values for now. This can be used later if you are configuring multiple virtual
circuits for your ADSL service. For more information on ATM VC Settings, see the
table on page 25 below.
3. Under the Dynamic IP heading, choose the Connection Type from the
pull-down menu. This defines both the connection type and encapsulation method
used for your ADSL service. The available options are 1483 Bridged IP LLC and
1483 Bridged IP VC-Mux. If have not been provided specific information for the
Connection Type setting, leave the default setting.
4. Some ISPs record the unique MAC address of your computer’s Ethernet adapter
when you first access their network. This can prevent the Router (which has a
different MAC address) from being allowed access to the ISPs network (and the
Internet). To clone the MAC address of your computer’s Ethernet adapter, type in
the MAC address in the Cloned MAC Address field and click the Clone MAC
Address button.
5. Leave the MTU value at the default setting (default = 1400) unless you have
specific reasons to change this (see table below).
6. NAT should remain enabled. If you disable NAT, you not be able to use more
than one computer for Internet connections. NAT is enabled and disabled
system-wide, therefore if you are using multiple virtual connections, NAT will
disabled on all connections.
7. The Firewall should remain enabled for most users. If you choose to disable this
you will not be able to use the features configured in the Firewall and Filters
menus located in the Advanced directory. See the next chapter for more details
on these menus.
8. Most users will not need to change ATM settings. If this is the first time you are
setting up the ADSL connection it is recommended that you leave the Service
Category settings at the default values until you have established the connection.
See the table on page 23 for a description of the parameters available for ATM
traffic shaping.
9. When you are satisfied that all the WAN settings are configured correctly, click on
the Apply button.
10. The new settings must be saved and the Router must be restarted for the settings
to go into effect. To Save & Reboot the Router, click on the Tools directory tab
and then click the Save & Reboot menu button. In the Save and Reboot menu,
click the Reboot button under Force the DVA-G3340S to system restart. The
Router will save the new settings and restart. Upon restarting the Router will
automatically establish the WAN connection.
Additional settings for Dynamic IP Address connections:
Dynamic IP Parameters
Description
Connection Type
This specifies the connection type and encapsulation
method used for your Dynamic IP Address connection.
The options available are Bridged IP LLC or Bridged IP
VC-MUX.
Cloned MAC Address
This is not always necessary, but may be required for
some ISPs. Type in the MAC address of your
computer’s Ethernet adapter in the Cloned MAC
Address field and click the Clone MAC Address
button. This will copy the information to a file used by
the Router to present to the ISP’s server used for
DHCP. Some ISPs record the unique MAC address of
your computer’s Ethernet adapter when you first
access their network. If you want to later replace the
cloned MAC address with the factory default setting,
type in all zeros - 0:0:0:0:0:0 - and click the Clone
MAC Address button.
MTU
The Maximum Transmission Unit size may be changed
if you want to optimize efficiency for uploading data
through the WAN interface. The default setting (1400
bytes) should be suitable for most users. Some user
may want to adjust the setting to optimize performance
for wireless traffic or when low latency is desired (such
as with Internet gaming). It is highly recommended that
the user research how adjusting the MTU may effect
network traffic for better or worse.
NAT
Network Address Translation may be enabled or
disabled with the pull-down menu. Keep in mind that
disabling NAT allows on a single computer to be used
for Internet access through the Router. NAT is enabled
and disable for the Router on all connections (i.e.
Pvc0 – Pvc7) if your Router is set up for multiple virtual
connections.
Firewall
Use this to universally enable or disable the Firewall
and Filter features available in the Router. If you
disable this you will not be able to configure settings in
the Firewall or Filters menus in the Advanced
directory.
Bridged Connection for WAN
Home > WAN > Dynamic IP Address
For Bridged connections it
will be necessary for most
users to install additional
software on any computer
that will the Router for
Internet access. The
additional software is
used for the purpose of
identifying and verifying
your account, and then
granting Internet access
to the computer
requesting the connection.
The connection software
requires the user to enter
the User Name and
Password for the ISP
account. This information
is stored on the computer,
not in the Router.
Follow the instructions
below to configure a
Bridged connection for the
WAN interface.
WAN Settings Menu – Bridge Mode
To configure a Dynamic IP Address connection, perform the steps listed below. Some
of the settings do not need to be changed the first time the device is set up, but can be
changed later if you choose. See the table below for a description of all the settings
available in this menu.
1. Choose the Bridge Mode option from the WAN Settings pull-down menu.
2. Under the ATM VC Settings at the top of the menu should not be changed
unless you have been instructed to change them. However, if you are instructed
to change the VPI or VCI values, type in the values assigned for your account.
Leave the PVC and Virtual Circuit setting at the default (Pcv0 and Enabled)
values for now. This can be used later if you are configuring multiple virtual
circuits for your ADSL service. For more information on ATM VC Settings, see
the table on page 25 below.
3. Under the Bridge Mode heading, choose the Connection Type from the
pull-down menu. This defines both the connection type and encapsulation
method used for your ADSL service. The available options are 1483 Bridged IP
LLC and 1483 Bridged IP VC-Mux. If have not been provided specific
information for the Connection Type setting, leave the default setting.
4. Most users will not need to change ATM settings. If this is the first time you
are setting up the ADSL connection it is recommended that you leave the
Service Category settings at the default values until you have established the
connection. See the table on page 23 for a description of the parameters
available for ATM traffic shaping.
5. When you are satisfied that all the WAN settings are configured correctly, click
on the Apply button.
6. The new settings must be saved and the Router must be restarted for the
settings to go into effect. To Save & Reboot the Router, click on the Tools
directory tab and then click the Save & Reboot menu button. In the Save and
Reboot menu, click the Reboot button under Force the DVA-G3340S to
system restart. The Router will save the new settings and restart. Upon
restarting the Router will automatically establish the WAN connection.
Static IP Address for Connection WAN
Home > WAN > Static IP Address
When the Router is
configured to use Static
IP Address assignment
for the WAN connection,
you must manually
assign a global IP
Address, Subnet Mask
and Gateway IP Address
used for the WAN
connection. Most users
will also need to
configure DNS server IP
settings in the DNS
Settings configuration
menu (see below).
Follow the instruction
below to configure the
Router to use Static IP
Address assignment for
the WAN connection.
To configure a Dynamic
IP Address connection,
perform the steps listed
below. Some of the
settings do not need to
be changed the first time
the device is set up, but
can be changed later if
you choose. See the
table below for a
description of all the
settings available in this
menu.
WAN Settings - Static IP
Additional settings for Static IP Address connections:
Static IP Parameters
Connection Type
Description
This specifies the connection type and the
encapsulation method used for your Static IP Address
connection. The options available are Bridged IP LLC,
Bridged IP VC-MUX, Routed IP LLC, Routed IP
VC-MUX or IPoA.
IP Address
This is the permanent global IP address for your
account. This is the address that is visible outside your
private network. Get this from your ISP.
Subnet Mask
This is the Subnet mask for the WAN interface. Get
this from your ISP.
Gateway Address
This is the IP address of your ISP’s Gateway router. It
provides the connection to the Router for IP routed
traffic that is outside your ISP’s network. That is, this
will be the primary connection from the Router to most
of the Internet. Get this IP address from your ISP.
ARP Server Address
(for IPoA connection only)
This is not required for all IPoA connections. Check
with your ISP for an ARP server IP address if this is
necessary for your IPoA connection.
Primary DNS Address
This is the IP address of the first choice for Domain
Name Service (DNS) used to match the named URL
web address used by most browsers with the actual
global IP address used for a web server. Usually this
will be a server owned by the ISP. Get this IP address
from your ISP.
Secondary DNS Address
This is the second choice for a DNS server. Get this IP
address from your ISP.
MTU
The Maximum Transmission Unit size may be changed
if you want to optimize efficiency for uploading data
through the WAN interface. The default setting (1400
bytes) should be suitable for most users. Some user
may want to adjust the setting to optimize performance
for wireless traffic or when low latency is desired (such
as with Internet gaming). It is highly recommended that
the user research how adjusting the MTU may effect
network traffic for better or worse.
MRU
Similar to the MTU, except this applies to Maximum
Received Unit size for downloading data. Most users
will be happy with the default setting (1492 bytes).
However this may also be optimized for fast
downloads of general bulk Internet traffic, for low
latency or for downloading to computers on the
Wireless LAN. As with the MTU setting, the user
should carefully consider how changing the MRU may
effect Internet downloads for all systems on your LAN.
Firewall
Use this to universally enable or disable the Firewall
and Filter features available in the Router. If you
disable this you will not be able to configure settings in
the Firewall or Filters menus in the Advanced
directory.
ATM Traffic Shaping
Home > WAN
The ATM settings in the
WAN configuration
menus for the different
connection types can
be used to adjust QoS
parameters for ADSL
clients. This may not be
available to all ADSL
accounts. Ask your
ISP if ATM Traffic
Shaping is available for
your account.
ATM Settings for WAN connection (PPPoE/PPPoA
menu)
Additional ATM settings for PPPoE or PPPoA connections:
ATM QoS Parameters
Description
The ATM settings allows the user to adjust ATM
Quality of Service (QoS) or traffic parameters to suit
specific traffic requirements. For applications or
circumstances where packet loss or packet delay are a
concern, ATM QoS can be adjusted to minimize
problems. For most accounts, it will not be necessary
to change these settings. Altering QoS settings can
adversely affect performance of some commonly used
Internet applications.
Service Category
If you plan to change QoS or traffic parameters,
contact your ISP or network services provider for
information on what types of adjustment are available
or possible for your account. Your ISP may not support
the class of service you want to use.
To adjust ATM QoS parameters, select one of the
Service Categories listed here and type in the PCR
value in the entry field below. For the VBR service
category, an additional parameter (SCR) must also be
defined.
UBR – Unspecified Bit Rate, this is the default
category used for general-purpose Internet traffic
where normal levels of packet loss and delay are
acceptable. For some applications or for multiple
connection accounts, it may be desirable to
specify the PCR.
CBR – Constant Bit Rate, usually used in
circumstances where very low packet loss and
very low Cell Delay Variable (CDV) are desirable.
VBR – Variable Bit Rate, usually used when
network traffic is characterized by bursts of
packets at variable intervals, and some moderate
packet loss and delay is acceptable. This
category is typically used for audio and video
applications such as teleconferencing. The
network must support QoS Class 2 to use VBR.
PCR
Peak Cell Rate – The PCR is inversely related to the
time interval between ATM cells. It is specified for all
three service categories (UBR, CBR and VBR) in
Kbps.
SCR
Sustainable Cell Rate – The SCR is defined for the
VBR service category. This is the rate that can be
sustained for “bursty”, on-off traffic sources. It is a
function of Maximum Burst Size (MBS) and the time
interval (between cells).
ATM Traffic Shaping
Home > WAN
The ATM settings in the
WAN configuration
menus for the different
connection types can
be used to adjust QoS
parameters for ADSL
clients. This may not be
available to all ADSL
accounts. Ask your
ISP if ATM Traffic
Shaping is available for
your account.
ATM VC Settings in WAN connection menu
The table below describes the ATM VC settings used to configure a connection for an
ADSL account.
ATM VC Parameters
Description
PVC
The Router supports using up to eight multiple virtual
connections. This menu allows the user to configure
WAN settings for all the available connections (see
instructions below on how to set up Multiple Virtual
Connections). Use the PVC menu to select the
connection (Pvc0 to Pvc7) you want to configure.
Since most users will use only a single connection,
the default setting Pvc0 can be used for any changes
made to the WAN settings.
VPI
The Virtual Path Identifier is used with the VCI to
define a dedicated circuit on the ATM network portion
of the connection to the Internet and WAN. Most
users will not need to change this setting.
VCI
The Virtual Channel Identifier is used with the VPI to
define a dedicated circuit on the ATM network portion
of the connection to the Internet and WAN. Most
users will not need to change this setting.
Virtual Circuit
As with the PVC setting, this is mainly for use by
clients who are configuring the Router for multiple
virtual connections. Use this to enable or disable the
PVC you are currently configuring. By default, the
Pvc0 is enabled and the remaining PVCs are
disabled.
WAN Setting
Use this to change the type of connection used. The
options are: PPPoE/PPPoA, Dynamic IP Address,
Static IP Address and Bridge Mode. Each option will
offer a different settings for configuration.
LAN IP Settings
Home > LAN
You can configure the
LAN IP address to suit
your preference. Many
users will find it
convenient to use the
default settings together
with DHCP service to
manage the IP settings
for their private network.
The IP address of the
Router is the base
address used for DHCP.
In order to use the
Router for DHCP on
your LAN, the IP
address pool used for
DHCP must be
compatible with the IP
address of the Router.
The IP addresses
available in the DHCP IP
address pool will change
automatically if you
change the IP address of
the Router. See the next
section for information
on DHCP setup.
Configure LAN IP settings
To change the LAN IP Address or LAN Network Mask, type in the desired values and
click the Apply button. Your web browser should automatically be redirected to the
new IP address. You will asked to login again to the Router’s web manager.
DHCP Settings
Home > DHCP
The DHCP server is enabled by
default for the Router’s Ethernet
LAN interface. DHCP service
will supply IP settings to
workstations configured to
automatically obtain IP settings
that are connected to the Router
though an Ethernet port. When
the Router is used for DHCP it
becomes the default gateway
for DHCP client connected to it.
Keep in mind that if you change
the IP address of the Router the
range of IP addresses in the
pool used for DHCP on the LAN
will also be changed. The IP
address pool can be up to 253
IP addresses.
To display the DHCP Server
menu, click the DHCP button in
the Home directory. Any active
DHCP Clients appear listed in
the DHCP Client List below the
configuration menu. The IP
address and MAC address for
active DHCP clients are
displayed in the list.
Configure DHCP server settings for the LAN
The two options for DHCP service are as follows:
You may use the Router as a DHCP server for your LAN.
You can disable DHCP service and manually configure IP settings for
your workstations.
You may also configure DNS settings for the LAN when using the Router in DHCP
mode. In Auto DNS Mode, the Router will automatically relay DNS settings to properly
configured DHCP clients. To manually enter DNS IP addresses, select the Manual DNS
Mode option and type in a Primary and Secondary DNS IP Address in the field
provided. The manually configured DNS settings will be supplied to clients that are
configured to request them from the Router.
Follow the instructions below according to which of the above DHCP options you want
to use. When you have configured the DHCP Settings as you want them, click the
Apply button to commit the new settings. The new settings must be saved and the
Router must be restarted for the settings to go into effect. To save the new settings and
restart the Router, click on the Tools directory tab and then click the System menu
button. Click the Reboot button under Force the DVA-G3340S to system restart.
The Router will save the new DHCP settings and restart.
Use the Router for DHCP
To use the built-in DHCP server, click to select the DHCP Server option if it is not
already selected. The IP Address Pool settings can be adjusted. The Starting IP
Address is the lowest available IP address (default = 192.168.1.2). If you change the IP
address of the Router this will change automatically to be 1 more that the IP address of
the Router. The Ending IP Address is the highest IP address number in the pool. Type
in the Lease Time in the entry field provided. This is the amount of time in seconds that
a workstation is allowed to reserve an IP address in the pool if the workstation is
disconnected from the network or powered off.
Disable the DHCP Server
To disable DHCP, click to select the
No DHCP option and click on the
Apply button. Choosing this option
requires that workstations on the
local network must be configured
manually or use another DHCP
server to obtain IP settings.
If you configure IP settings
manually, make sure to use IP
addresses in the subnet of the
Router. You will need to use the
Router’s IP address as the Default
Gateway for the workstation in
order to provide Internet access.
DHCP Settings menu with DHCP disabled
To manually configure IP settings
on Windows workstations, open
the TCP/IP Properties menu and
select the “Use the following IP
address” option. You will need to
supply the IP address, Subnet
mask and Default gateway for
each workstation. The example
here also uses manually
configured DNS settings.
DNS Settings
Home > DNS
The Router can be
configured to relay DNS
settings from your ISP or
another available service to
workstations on your LAN.
When using DNS relay, the
Router will accept DNS
requests from hosts on the
LAN and forward them to
the ISP’s, or alternative
DNS servers. DNS relay
can use auto discovery or
the DNS IP address can be
manually entered by the
user. Alternatively, you may
also disable the DNS relay
and configure hosts on
your LAN to use DNS
servers directly. Most users
who are using the Router
for DHCP service on the
LAN and are using DNS
servers on the ISP’s
network, will leave DNS
relay enabled (either auto
discovery or user
configured).
Configure DNS Settings
In the DNS Relay Selection pull-down menu, choose to Use Auto Discovery, Use User
Configured or Disable DNS relay.
If you have not been given specific DNS server IP addresses or if the Router is not
pre-configured with DNS server information, select the Auto Discover option for DNS
relay. Auto discovery DNS instructs the Router to automatically obtain the DNS IP
address from the ISP through DHCP. If your WAN connection uses a Static IP address,
auto discovery for DNS cannot be used.
If you have DNS IP addresses provided by your ISP, enter these IP addresses in the
available entry fields for the Preferred DNS Server and the Alternative DNS Server.
If you choose to disable DNS relay, it will be necessary to configure DNS settings for
hosts on the LAN since they will not be depending on the Router to forward the DNS
requests.
When you have configured the DNS settings as desired, click the Apply button.
Dynamic DNS Settings
Home > Dynamic DNS
The Router supports
DDNS, a service that maps
Internet domain names to
IP addresses. DDNS
serves a similar purpose to
DNS in that DDNS allows
anyone hosting a Web or
FTP server to advertise a
public name to prospective
users. Unlike DNS that only
works with static IP
addresses, DDNS works
with dynamic IP addresses,
such as those assigned by
an ISP or other DHCP
server.
Configure DDNS Settings
DDNS is popular with home networkers, who typically receive dynamic,
frequently-changing IP addresses from their service provider. To use
DDNS, one simply signs up with a provider and installs network software
on their host to monitor its IP address.
VOIP Settings − Server
Home > Voice > Server
The Router can be
configured to handle voice
signals over the Internet
Protocol (Voice Over IP −
VOIP).
Configure VOIP Server Settings
The table below describes the VOIP Server settings.
VOIP Server Parameters
Description
Server Address
Enter the IP address of the SIP Server in this field.
Server Port
Enter the SIP server’s listening port for the SIP in this
field. Leave this field set to the default if your VoIP
service provider did not give you a server port
number for SIP.
Service Domain
URL Scheme
User Parameter
Initial Unregister
Register Expires
Session Expires
Min-SE
Session Expires Refresher
Enter the SIP service domain name in this field.
Select SIP-URL to have the router include the domain
name with the SIP number in the SIP messages that
it sends. Select TEL-URL to have the router use the
SIP number without a domain name in the SIP
messages that it send.
You can set this to phone or none. This determines
whether or not the phone number is appended to the
information forwarded to your SIP server. Your VoIP
service provider will instruct you which setting to use.
You can set this to enabled or disabled. Some SIP
servers can become unstable if you are registered
more than once (due to a power outage and
subsequent reboot of the router, for example). This
setting allows your router to “unregister” itself when it
is rebooted, removing the previously sent registration
information.
Use this field to set how long the router will wait
before sending a repeat registration request if a
registration attempt fails or there is no response from
the registration server.
This field will set the longest time that the router will
allow a SIP session to remain idle (without traffic)
before dropping it.
When two SIP devices negotiate a SIP session, they
must negotiate a common expiration time for idle SIP
sessions. this field sets the shortest expiration time
that the router will accept. The router checks the
session expiration values of incoming SIP INVITE
requests against the minimum session expiration
value that you enter here. If the session expiration
of an incoming INVITE request is less than this value,
the router negotiates with the other SIP device to
increase the session expiration value to match the
minimum session expiration value.
This determines which side of an expired call session
will initiate the session refresh. uac – specifies the
Caller side will initiate the session refresh. uas –
specifies the Call receiver (the “Callee”) will initiate
the session refresh.
VOIP Settings − User Agent
Home > Voice > User Agent
The Router can be
configured to handle voice
signals over the Internet
Protocol (Voice Over IP −
VOIP).
Configure VOIP User Agent Settings
The table below describes the VOIP Server settings.
VOIP User Agent Parameters Description
Same Phone Number
Line
Use this field to Enable or Disable the use of the
same telephone number for the User Agent as for the
Server Agent.
Use this field to assign line 1 or line 2 telephone
sockets (on the back of the router) to the information
entered in the User Agent.
Phone Number
The telephone number assigned to the User Agent.
Display Name
The name that will be displayed when the User Agent
is in use.
User Agent Port
Authentication Username
Authentication Password
Confirm Password
This selects the port number the router will listen to
when determining when calls are being made.
The Username used to access your SIP server and
your VoIP service provider.
The Password used to access your SIP server and
your VoIP service provider.
Retype your password to confirm.
VOIP Settings − Telephony
Home > Voice > Telephony
The Router can be
configured to handle voice
signals over the Internet
Protocol (Voice Over IP −
VOIP).
Configure VOIP User Agent Settings
The table below describes the VOIP Server settings.
VOIP Telephony Parameters Description
EC
VAD
Echo Cancellation (EC) – G.168 is an ITU standard
for eliminating echo. Select Enabled to cancel the
echo caused by the sound of your voice reverberating
in the telephone receiver when you speak.
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) – detects whether or
not speech is present. This lets the router reduce
the bandwidth that a call uses by not transmitting
OOB DTMF
Inter-Digit Timer
“silent Packets” when you are not speaking.
Out-of band Dual Tone Multi-frequency – The Dual
Tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) mode sets how the
router will handle the tones that your telephone
makes when you push its buttons. It is
recommended that you use the same mode that your
VoIP service provider uses. Select Enabled (RFC
2833) to send the DTMF tones in RTP packets.
Select Disabled (G.711) to include the DTMF tones
in the voice date stream. This method works best
when you are using a codec that does not use
compression (like G.711).
determines the amount of time that will elapse
between sending dialed digits when making a VoIP
telephone call.
Wireless Settings
Home > Wireless
The two essential settings
for wireless LAN operation
are the SSID and Channel
Number. The SSID
(Service Set Identifier) is
used to identify a group of
wireless LAN components.
The SSID can be broadcast
or can be hidden (not
broadcast). Use the
Wireless Settings menu to
configure these basic
settings. Wireless security
using encryption (WEP) or
access limitation (WPA) are
also configured with the
Wireless Settings method.
Read more below about
setting up security for
Wireless LAN.
Wireless Settings menu
Configure Basic Wireless Settings
Follow the instructions below to change basic wireless settings.
1. To disable the wireless interface: click in the Enable AP check box to
remove the check mark and click the Apply button. This will immediately
disable the wireless access point, it is not necessary to restart the access point
to make this change.
2. If the wireless interface has been disabled: click the Enable AP check box
to place a check mark in it. Click the Apply button. It is not necessary to restart
the access point unless you have also changed the channel or SSID.
3. The SSID can be changed to suit your wireless network. Remember that any
wireless device using the access point must have the same SSID and use the
same channel. The SSID can be a continuous character string (i.e. no spaces)
of up to 16 characters in length. To disable SSID sharing (SSID broadcast),
click to slect the Hidden SSID box. Click the Apply button to save any change
to the SSID. A hidden SSID makes it more difficult for wireless clients to join or
leave the SSID as they must be manually configured to join.
4. The Channel: may be changed to channels that are available in your region.
Channels available for wireless LAN communication are subject to regional and
national regulation. Click the Apply button to save any change to the Channel.
5. Make sure you save the new wireless settings. Use the System Settings menu
to save the new settings.
Wireless Settings − WEP
Home > Wireless > WEP
The wireless LAN interface
of the DVA-G3340S has
various security features
used to limit access to the
device or to encrypt data
and shared information.
The available standardized
security for wireless LAN
includes WEP and WPA
Wireless security is
configured with the
Wireless Settings menu
located in the Home
directory.
Wireless Security − WEP
Security Options for Wireless
In the Wireless Settings menu, select the type of security you want to configure. The
menu will change to present the settings specific to the method being configured. The
Router’s wireless security options include three levels of WEP encryption and WPA for
IEEE 802.1x network authentication or WPA with a user configured Pre Shared Key
(PSK).
WEP Encryption
WEP (Wireless Encryption Protocol or Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption can be
enabled for security and privacy.. WEP encrypts the data portion of each frame
transmitted from the wireless adapter using one of the predefined keys. Decryption of
the data contained in each packet can only be done if the both the receiver and
transmitter have the correct key.
WEP is disabled by default. To enable WEP, select the Enable option. Configure the
Encryption Keys as desired and click the Apply button. The encryption key setup is
described below.
WEP can use open or shared keys, or may be configured to allow the clients to use
either type of key. Use the Authentication Type: drop-down menu to choose Open,
Shared or Both.
• Select Open to allow any wireless station to associate with each other through
the access point. Wireless devices will be able to communicate with all devices
on a network unless they require the a Shared key.
• Select Shared to only allow stations using a shared key encryption to associate
with each other through the access point. That is, only devices with the same
key are allowed to communicate over a network with devices that share the
same key. Shared key requires additional configuration of the keys to be used.
Follow the instructions below to configure the Shared Keys.
• Select Both if you want to allow Wireless clients to specify using a shared or
open key.
Setup Encryption Keys
WEP Keys may be configured using Hex or ASCII characters. In addition there are
three levels of encryption available, each level requires a different number of characters.
Select Hex or ASCII from the Key Type drop-down menu. Hex or Hexadecimal digits
are defined as the numerical digits 0 – 9 and the letters A – F (upper and lower case are
recognized as the same digit). ASCII characters include numbers and letters but no
spaces. An upper case ASCII character is NOT recognized as the same lower case
character, and therefore must be configured exactly as typed for all wireless nodes
using the access point. The length of the key depends on the level of encryption used.
Select the Key Length from the drop-down menu. The available key lengths are 64,
128 or 256-bit encryption. In the spaces provided, type in Key 1, Key 2, Key 3 and Key
4. The length of the character string used of the keys depends on the level (Key Length)
of encryption selected. Only one key can be active. The active key is selected by
clicking the radio button for the key you want to use.
Click the Apply button when you have configured WEP as desired to put the changes
into effect.
Wireless Settings − WPA
Home > Wireless > WPA
WPA security for wireless
communication has been
developed to overcome
some of the shortcomings
of WEP. WPA uses an
improved encryption
method combined with an
authentication procedure.
Wireless Security − WPA
Configure WPA Settings
To configure WPA settings, select the WPA option. The menu will change to offer the
appropriate settings.
WPA can be configured to work with 802.1x network authentication, or to use a PSK
Hex or PSK String key. Follow the instruction below according to the authentication
method used. All the WPA methods require the Group Key Interval update. The
default is 60 seconds. To change this type in the desired number of seconds to define
the time interval between key changes foe WPA clients.
To use WPA with 802.1x:
1. Select the 802.1x option.
2. Type in the Server IP Address field for the RADIUS server used for
authentication.
3. Change the Port: if necessary, type in the password in the shared Secret field
and change the Group Key Interval as desired.
4. Click the Apply button to put the changes into effect. Remember to save the
settings using the System Settings menu.
Wireless Settings − WPA-PSK
Home > Wireless > WPA >
PSK
WPA-PSK requires a
shared key but does not
use a separate server for
authentication. PSK keys
can be ASCII or Hex type.
Wireless Security − WPA-PSK
Configure WPA-PSK Security for WLAN
To use WPA with a PSK key:
1. Select the PSK Hex (Hexadecimal key) or PSK String (ASCII key) option.
2. Type in the Hex: or String: key in the appropriate entry field.
3. Click the Apply button to put the changes into effect. Remember to save the
settings using the System Settings menu.
Multiple Virtual Connections
Home > WAN > ATM VC Setting
The Router supports multiple virtual connections. Up to eight PVCs to eight separate
destinations can be created and operated simultaneously utilizing the same bandwidth.
Additional PVC connections can be added for various purposes. For example, you may
want to establish a private connection to remote office in order to create an extended
LAN, or setup a server on a separate connection. Provisioning for additional PVC
profiles must be done through your telecommunications services provider. Extended
LAN operations employing multiple virtual connections require ADSL routers or
modems at the remote site for a successful connection. Contact your ISP or
telecommunications service provider if you are interested in setting up multiple virtual
connections.
After the necessary arrangements have been made to use the Router with multiple
virtual connections, follow the instructions below to setup the Router using the VPI/VCI
settings given to you by your server provider.
Configure Multiple PVCs
Additional PVCs can be
configured by first
accessing the WAN
configuration menu in the
Home directory.
Select new PVC to configure in the WAN menu
The PVC pull-down menu offers 8 virtual connections available for configuration. The
default PVC used by the Router is labeled Pvc0. Any additional connections that are
configured must have a VPI/VCI combination that is unique to the Router. These
numbers will have been already been established by your service provider on their
network.
To add a new virtual connection:
1. Select the new PVC to configure from the pull-down menu.
2. Enter the values for the VPI and VCI given to you by your service provider.
3. To activate the VC, select Enabled from the Virtual Circuit pull-down menu.
4. Configure the WAN Settings and Connection Type as desired.
In the example below, a new PVC (Pvc1) has been added using the WAN Settings
menu. The connection is setup as a bridged connection.
Advanced Router Management
Advanced > UPnP
This chapter introduces
and describes the
management features
that have not been
presented in the
previous chapter.
These include the more
advanced features
used for network
management and
security as well as
administrative tools to
manage the Router,
view statistics and
other information used
to examine
performance and for
troubleshooting.
Use your mouse to
click the directory tabs
and menu buttons in
order to display the
various configuration
and read-only menus
discussed below.
Advanced UPnP menu
The table below summarizes again the directories and menus available in the
management web interface. In this chapter you will find descriptions for the menus
located in the Advanced, Tools and Status directories.
Directory
Configuration and Read-only Menus
Home
Click the Home tab to access the Setup Wizard,
Wireless Settings, WAN Configuration, LAN IP
Configuration, DHCP for the LAN Setup and DNS
Configuration menus. See the previous chapter for a
description of the Home directory menus.
Advanced
Click the Advanced tab to access the UPnP, Virtual
Server, Filters, (Static) Routing, DMZ, Firewall, RIP,
PPP, ADSL, ATM VCC, Wireless Management and
Wireless Performance menus.
Tools
Click the Tools tab to access the Administrator
Settings (used to set the system user name and
password, backup and load settings), System Time
Configuration, Firmware Upgrade, Diagnostic Test
and Save & Reboot menus.
Status
Click the Status tab to view the Device Information,
DHCP Clients, Event Log, Traffic Statistics and
ADSL Status information windows.
Help
The Help menu presents links to pages that explain
various functions and services provided by the Router.
UPnP
Advanced > UPnP
UPnP supports
zero-configuration
networking and automatic
discovery for many types
of networked devices.
When enabled, it allows
other devices that support
UPnP to dynamically join
a network, obtain an IP
address, convey its
capabilities, and learn
about the presence and
capabilities of other
devices. DHCP and DNS
service can also be used
if available on the
network. UPnP also
allows supported devices
to leave a network
automatically without
adverse effects to the
device or other devices on
the network.
UPnP can be supported
by diverse networking
media including Ethernet,
Firewire, phone line and
power line networking.
Enable UPnP Menu
To enable UPnP for any available connection, click to check the Enable UPnP selection
box, select the connection or connections on which you will enable UPnP listed under
Available Connections and click the Apply button.
Virtual Server
Advanced > Virtual Server
Use the Virtual Server
menu to set up port
forwarding rules in the
Router. The Virtual
Server function allows
remote users to
access services on
your LAN such as
FTP for file transfers
or SMTP and POP3
for e-mail. The
DVA-G3340S will
accept remote
requests for these
services at your
Global IP Address,
using the specified
TCP or UDP protocol
and port number, and
then redirect these
requests to the server
on your LAN with the
Private IP address
you specify.
Virtual Server Menu and List
Remember that the specified Private IP Address must be within the useable range of
the subnet occupied by the Router.
UDP/TCP port redirection is used to direct traffic through the WAN port to the specified
servers or workstations on your private network. Port redirection can also be used to
direct potentially hazardous packets to a proxy server outside your firewall. For example,
you can configure the Router to direct HTTP packets to a designated HTTP server in
the DMZ. You can define a set of instructions for a specific incoming port or for a range
of incoming ports. Each set of instructions or rule is indexed and can be modified or
deleted later as needed.
Virtual server rules can be set up with complimentary features such as Firewall Rules,
DMZ devices and IP Filters to improve efficiency and security. Be sure to consider how
these other functions will effect the virtual server rules you have configured and
enabled.
To modify virtual server settings for any previously created rule, click on the note pad
icon in the right hand column of the list for the set you want to configure. The
parameters that have been configured for the rule appear in the settings fields above
the list. Adjust the settings as desired and click the Apply button to put them into effect.
To delete a rule from the list, click on the trash can icon and confirm that you want to
delete the rule in the pop-up dialog box that appears.
The table below describes the configuration settings presented in the Virtual Server
menu.
To configure a virtual server set, define the following settings in the Virtual Server
configuration menu located in the top half of the browser window.
Parameter
Description
Rule Name
Provide a name for the rule. This name will not
appear in the list below, however it may be useful if
you later need to edit the settings for the rule. Rule
names are optional.
Private IP
This is the IP address of the server on your LAN that
will provide the service to remote users. The Private
IP address is used to direct the service to a specific
computer on your private network such as an FTP,
Email or public web server. Type in the IP address of
the server used for the service being configured
here.
Protocol
You can select the transport protocol (TCP or UDP)
that the application on the virtual server will use for
its connections. Select one of the following options
from the pull-down menu to define a TCP, UDP or
Both. The choice of this protocol is dependent on the
application that is providing the service. If you do
not know which protocol to choose, check your
application’s documentation.
Port Start /Port End
Configure a range of ports for forwarding. Type the
lowest numbered port in the range in the Port Start
space. Type the highest numbered port in the Port
End space. For a single port, just enter the same
number in both spaces.
Virtual server port redirection must be used with a
specified server or computer on the LAN (identified
by the Private IP address).
Port Map
This is the local port being forwarded to from the Port
Start/Port End port(s). Keep in mind that if you use a
non-standard port number for an application with a
reserved UDP/TCP port, some additional
configuration may be required for the servers or
workstations using the application on the LAN side.
Click the Apply button to put the new virtual server configuration set or modification into
effect. Any server sets configured in the menu will appear in the Virtual Server List with
the new settings. The Router must save the new settings and reboot before the new
virtual server configurations are applied.
To remove any configuration set from the Virtual Server List, click on the trashcan icon
for set you want to delete.
SNMP
Advanced > SNMP
This menu can be accessed
directly by clicking on the
SNMP button or hyperlink in the
Advanced setup menu. Simple
Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) is an OSI Layer 7
Application designed
specifically for managing and
monitoring network devices.
SNMP enables network
management stations to read
and modify the settings of
gateways, routers, switches,
and other network devices.
Use SNMP to configure system
features for proper operation,
performance monitoring, and
detection of potential problems
in the Router or network.
IP Filters
Advanced > Filters
Filter rules in the Router are put
in place to allow or block
specified traffic. The Filter
Rules however can be used in
a single direction to examine
and then Allow or Deny traffic
for Inbound (WAN to LAN) or
Outbound (LAN to WAN) routed
data. The rules based on IP
address and TCP/UDP port.
Configure the filter rules as
desired and click the Apply
button to create the rule. The
newly created rule appears
listed in the Outbound Filter List
at the bottom of the menu. The
table below describes the
various parameters that are
configured for the filter rules.
Filters Configuration Menu
To modify any previously created filter rule, click on the note pad icon in the right hand
column of the Filter List for the set you want to configure. Adjust the settings as
desired and click the Apply button to put the new settings into effect.
First determine the direction of the traffic you want the rule to filter. To filter WAN to LAN
traffic, select the Inbound Filter option. Any new Inbound Filter rules created will
appear in the list. Likewise, should you to filter LAN to WAN traffic, create an Outbound
Filter rule.
The parameters described below are used to set up filter rules.
Parameter
Description
Source IP
For an Outbound Filter, this is the IP address or IP addresses
on your LAN for which you are creating the filter rule. For an
Inbound Filter, this is the IP address or IP addresses for which
you are creating the filter rule. You can opt to indicate a Mask
Range, a Single IP, an IP Range or Any IP from the pull-down
menu. Choosing Any IP will apply the rule to all WAN or all LAN
IP addresses depending on which type of rule (Inbound or
Outbound) is being configured.
Destination IP
Where the Destination IP address resides also depends on if
you are configuring an Inbound or Outbound filter rule. You can
opt to indicate a Mask Range, a Single IP, an IP Range or Any
IP from the pull-down menu.
Source Port
The Source Port is the TCP/UDP port on either the LAN or
WAN depending on if you are configuring an Outbound or
Inbound Filter rule. Select one of the following options from the
pull-down menu to define a Any Port, Single Port, Port Range
or Safe Range (ports above 1024).
Destination Port
The Destination Port is the TCP/UDP port on either the LAN or
WAN depending on if you are configuring an Outbound or
Inbound Filter rule. Select one of the following options from the
pull-down menu to define a Any Port, Single Port, Port Range
or Safe Range (ports above 1024).
Protocol
Select the transport protocol (TCP, UDP or All) that will be used
for the filter rule.
Action
Select to Allow or Deny transport of the data packets
according to the criteria defined in the rule. Packets that are
allowed are routed to their destination; packets that are denied
are blocked.
Click the Apply button to put the new rule into effect. Any filter rule configured in the
menu will appear in the Filters List with the new settings. The Router must save the new
settings and reboot before the new rules are applied.
Bridge Filters
Advanced > Bridge Filters
Bridge filters are used to
block or allow various
types of packets through
the WAN interface. This
may be done for security
or to improve network
efficiency. The rules are
configured for individual
devices based on MAC
address. Filter rules can
be set up for source,
destination or both. You
can set up filter rules
and disable the entire
set of rules without
loosing the rules that
have been configured.
Bridge Filter Configuration Menu
To add a bridge filter rule, check Enable Bridge Filters, type in a Source MAC, a
Destination MAC or both in the entry fields. Select Any to apply the rule to any protocol
that the router receives. The user may also specify a protocol to be filtered by using the
pull-down menu, and then choose either Allow, to allow the specified protocol to pass
through the router, or Deny to filter the protocol from the router. The protocols that may
be specifically allowed or denied to pass through the WAN interface are IPv4, IPv6,
RARP, PPPoE Discovery and PPPoE Session. Click the Add button. The rule will
appear in the entry field below as it is currently configured. To edit an existing rule,
select the rule by clicking the corresponding Edit radio button. Make the desired
changes and click the Add button. To remove a bridge filter from the table in the bottom
half of the window, click to select the corresponding Delete box, and then click Apply.
Remember to save the configuration changes.
LAN Clients
Advanced > Lan Clients
The LAN Clients menu is used
when establishing Port
Forwarding, Access Control and
Advanced Security rules for IP
addresses on the LAN. This
menu can be accessed directly
by clicking on the LAN Clients
button or hyperlink in the
Advanced setup menu. You can
also click on the New IP button
located in the Port Forwarding,
Access Control and Advanced
Security menus to access this
menu. In order to use these
advanced features it is
necessary to have IP addresses
available for configuration. If
there are no IP addresses listed
in the LAN Clients menu, it will
not be possible to configure Port
Forwarding, Access Control and
Advanced Security.
Bridge Filter Configuration Menu
Use the LAN Clients menus to add or delete static IP addresses for the advanced
functions mentioned above, or to reserve a Dynamically assigned IP address for an
advanced function. Dynamically assigned IP addresses will only be listed if DHCP is
enabled on the Router.
To add a static IP address to the list of available IP addresses, type an IP address that
falls within the range a available IP addresses and click on the Add button. In the
example above, available addresses range from 10.0.0.1 to 10.255.255.254. Any
addresses added will appear in the list of Static Addresses available for advanced
configuration. These addresses can then be used in the other Port Forwarding,
Access Control and Advanced Security menus. To delete an IP address from the list of
Static Addresses, click the Delete box for the address or addresses you want to
eliminate and click on the Apply button.
Routing
Advanced > Routing
Use Static Routing to
specify a route used for
data traffic within your
Ethernet LAN or to
route data on the WAN.
This is used to specify
that all packets
destined for a particular
network or subnet use
a predetermined
gateway.
Static Routing menu
To add a static route to a specific destination IP on the local network, enter a
Destination IP address, Netmask, then click the Gateway radio button and type in the
Gateway’s IP address. Click Apply to enter the new static route in the table below. The
route becomes active immediately upon creation.
To add a static route to a specific destination IP on the WAN, click the Connection radio
button and choose a connection from the pull-down menu, then enter a Destination IP
address and Netmask. Click Apply to enter the new static route in the table below. The
route becomes active immediately upon creation
To remove a static route from the table in the bottom half of the window, choose to
Delete it from the table and click the Apply button. Remember to save the configuration
changes.
DMZ
Advanced > DMZ
Since some applications are
not compatible with NAT, the
Router supports use of a DMZ
IP address for a single host on
the LAN. This IP address is
not protected by NAT and will
therefore be visible to agents
on the Internet with the right
type of software. Keep in mind
that any client PC in the DMZ
will be exposed to various
types of security risks. If you
use the DMZ, take measures
(such as client-based virus
protection) to protect the
remaining client PCs on your
LAN from possible
contamination through the
DMZ.
DMZ Menu
To designate a DMZ IP address, select the Enabled radio button, type in the IP
Address of the server or device on your LAN, and click the Apply button. To remove
DMZ status from the designated IP address, select the Disabled radio button and click
Apply. It will be necessary to save the settings and reboot the Router before the DMZ is
activated.
Firewall
Advanced > Firewall
The Firewall Configuration menu
allows the Router to enforce specific
predefined policies intended to protect
against certain common types of
attacks. There are two general types
of protection (DoS, Port Scan) that
can be enabled on the Router, as well
as filtering for specific packet types
sometimes used by hackers.
You can choose to Enable or Disable
protection against a customized
basket of attack and scan types. To
enable DoS Protection or Port Scan
Protection, select the Enable radio
button for the protection type and click
in the selection boxes for the various
types of protection listed under each.
Firewall Configuration Menu
When DoS, Port Scan, or Service Filtering Protection is enabled, it will create a firewall
policy to protect your network against the following:
Dos Protection
Port Scan
Protection
Service Filtering
SYN Flood check
Nmap/FIN attack
Ping from WAN
ICMP Redirection check
URG/PSH attack
Telnet from WAN
Xmas Tree Scan
FTP from WAN
Null Scan attack
DNS from WAN
SYN/RST attack
IKE from WAN
SYN/FIN Scan
RIP from WAN
DHCP from WAN
A DoS "denial-of-service" attack is characterized by an explicit attempt by attackers to
prevent legitimate users of a service from using that service. Examples include:
attempts to "flood" a network, thereby preventing legitimate network traffic, attempts to
disrupt connections between two machines, thereby preventing access to a service,
attempts to prevent a particular individual from accessing a service, or, attempts to
disrupt service to a specific system or person.
Port scan protection is designed to block attempts to discover vulnerable ports or
services that might be exploited in an attack from the WAN.
The Service Filtering options allow you to block FTP, Telnet response, Pings, etc, from
the external network. Check the category you want to block to enable filtering of that
type of packet.
When you have selected the desired Firewall policies, click the Apply button to enforce
the policies. Remember to save any configuration changes.
RIP Dynamic Routing
Advanced > RIP
The Router supports RIP
v1 and RIP v2 used to
share routing tables with
other Layer 3 routing
devices on your local
network or remote LAN.
Dynamic Routing (RIP) menu
To enable RIP, select Enabled from the RIP pull-down menu, select the Protocol
(RIPv1 and RIPv1 Compatible) and Direction (In, Out, or Both), and click Apply.
The RIPv1 Compatible option will transmit RIPv2 broadcast packets and receive both
RIP v1 and RIP v2 packets.
The direction configuration refers to the RIP request. Select In to allow RIP requests
from other devices. Select Out to instruct the Router to make RIP requests for routing
tables from other devices. Select Both to share routing tables in both directions.
PPP Connection State
Advanced > PPP
When the WAN
connection is configured
for either PPPoA or
PPPoE, you can configure
the Router’s PPP session
to remain on all the time,
or to disconnect after
some period of no activity.
You may also choose to
instruct the Router to
connect each time you
want to access the WAN
or the Internet.
PPP Connection settings menu
If you want the Internet or WAN connection to be available any time a host on your LAN
requests access, select the Always On option.
If your ISP account is billed according to the amount of time the Router is connected,
choose the Connection On Demand option. You can configure an idle time in minutes
to disconnect the PPP connection after a period of inactivity. This will discontinue the
PPP session and require a few seconds to reconnect when a host requests access to
the WAN. Alternatively you can choose the Manual option and use the Connect button
to initiate a PPP connection each time you want to use the Router to access the WAN.
If you use the Manual option, you must return to this menu and click the Disconnect
button to terminate the PPP session.
ADSL
Advanced > ADSL
The ADSL Configuration
page allows the user to
set the configuration for
ADSL protocols. For most
ADSL accounts the
default settings
Multi-mode will work. This
configuration works with
all ADSL implementations.
If you have been given
instructions to change the
Modulation method used,
select the desired option
T1.413, G.dmt, or G.lite
and click the Apply
button.
ADSL Modulation Configuration
ATM VC Setting
Advanced > ATM VCC
The ATM Virtual Circuit
connection menu is used
to configure the WAN
connection. If you are
using multiple PVCs, you
can change the
configuration of any PVC
in this menu. To create
new or additional PVCs,
read the section below on
Multiple PVCs.
This menu can be used as
an alternative menu to
configure the same
settings found on the
WAN menu in the Home
directory.
ATM Virtual Circuit configuration menu
To configure an existing PVC configuration set, click the corresponding notepad icon in
the right-hand column of the ATM VCs List. The PVCs current settings appear above in
the entry fields of the ATM VC Settings menu. Configure the appropriate settings and
click the Apply button to put the new settings into effect.
VLAN QOS
Advanced > VLAN
QoS is an implementation of the
IEEE 802.1p standard that
allows network administrators a
method of reserving bandwidth
for important functions that
require a large bandwidth or
have a high priority, such as
VoIP (voice-over Internet
Protocol), web browsing
applications, file server
applications or video
conferencing. Not only can a
larger bandwidth be created, but
other less critical traffic can be
limited, so excessive bandwidth
can be saved. Each physical port
on the Router can have up to 8
PVCs (Permanent Virtual
Circuits) to which traffic from
various sources can be mapped
to, and in turn prioritized. Select
a PVC that has been configured
(to configure a PVC click Home >
WAN), and then assign a
Priority of 1 (low) to 4 (high). To
enable QoS settings click the
Enable Port Based QoS check
box. To enable IGMP
Snooping/Proxy on a particular
PVC click on the PVC and then
click the radio button to Enabled.
QOS configuration menu
Wireless Management
Advanced > Wireless Management
The Wireless
Management menu
located in the Advanced
directory is used to control
MAC address access to
the wireless access point
and to view a list of MAC
addresses that are
currently associated with
the access point. This
menu is also be used to
enable and configure use
of multiple SSIDs. To use
more than one SSID,
WEP and WPA security
must first be disabled (see
below).
Wireless Management Access List
To view a list of stations currently associated with the access point, click the
Associated Stations radio button.
Configure Wireless Access Control
To create a list of MAC addresses that are banned or allowed association with the
wireless access point:
1. Click in the Enable Access List option box to select it.
2. Select the action to perform on the MAC address to be specified. Choose to
Allow or Ban association.
3. Type in the MAC Address in the entry field provided.
4. Click the Add button to add the MAC address to the list. The AMC address will
appear listed in the table below.
5. After compiling the list of MAC addresses as desired, click the Apply button to
enforce access control for the MAC addresses in the list.
To remove any MAC address from the list, click the radio button in the left column of the
list for the MAC address to be removed and click the Apply button.
Configure Multiple SSID
Multiple SSID cannot be used if the access point has either WPE or WPA enabled. This
must first be disabled in the Wireless menu located in the Home directory.
To configure multiple SSID:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disable WEP or WPA in the Wireless menu of the Home directory.
Click in the Enable Multiple SSID option box to select it.
Enter the SSID you want to add.
Click the Add button to add the SSID to the list.
Click the Apply button to enable the listed SSIDs.
To remove an SSID from the list, click the radio button in the left column of the list for
the SSID to be removed and click the Apply button.
Wireless Performance
If you want to tweek wireless settings, click the Wireless Performance menu button in
the Advanced directory
Wireless LAN Performance settings
Tools
Click the Tools tab to reveal the menu buttons for various functions located in this
directory. The Administrator Settings is the first menu that appears in the Tools
directory. This menu is used to change the system password used to access the web
manager, to save or load Router configuration settings and to restore default settings.
The functions in this and the other Tools menus are described below.
System Tools administrative functions
Change System Password
To change the password used to access the Router web manager, click the Admin
button in the Tools directory to display the Administrator Settings menu. Under the
Administrator heading, type the New Password and Confirm Password to be certain
you have typed it correctly. Click the Apply button to activate the new password. The
System User Name remains “admin”, this cannot be changed using the web manager
interface. Be sure to save the new setting.
Administrator Settings change password menu
Remote Web Management and Telnet Access
The Administrator Settings menu is also used to enable remote Telnet management
and remote web management access to the Router. To enable remote management of
the Router, select the Enabled radio button for either Remote Web or Remote Telnet
Management and type the IP Address and Netmask of the remote network or system
used for management. Click the Apply button to activate remote management from the
chosen IP address. Be sure to save the new setting.
Time
Tools > Time
The Router provides a number of options to maintain current date and time including
SNTP.
Time & Date Configuration
To configure system time on the Router, select the method used to maintain time. The
options available include SNTP, using your computer’s system clock (default) or set the
time and date manually. If you opt to use SNTP, you must enter the SNTP server URL
or IP address. Click the Apply button to set the system time.
Save or Load Configuration File
Once you have configured the Router to your satisfaction, it is a good idea to back up
the configuration file to your computer. To save the current configuration settings to
your computer, click the Admin button in the Tools directory to display the
Administrator Settings menu. Click the Save button to Save Settings to Local Hard
Drive. You will be prompted to select a location on your computer to put the file. The file
type is .xml (HTML) and may be named anything you wish.
To load a previously saved configuration file, click the Browse button and locate the file
on your computer. Click the Load button to Load Settings From Local Hard Drive.
Confirm that you want to load the file when prompted and the process is completed
automatically. The Router will reboot and begin operating with the configuration settings
that have just been loaded.
Save System Settings and Restore Defaults
Restore Factory Default Settings
To reset the Router to its factory default settings, click the Restore button in the
Administrator Settings menu. You will be prompted to confirm your decision to reset the
Router. The Router will reboot with the factory default settings including IP settings and
Administrator password.
Remote Log
Tools > Remotelog
Firmware
Tools > Firmware
Use the Firmware
Upgrade menu to load the
latest firmware for the
device. Note that the
device configuration
settings may return to the
factory default settings, so
make sure you save the
configuration settings with
the System Settings menu
described above.
Firmware Upgrade
To upgrade firmware, type in the name and path of the file or click on the Browse
button to search for the file. Click the Apply button to begin copying the file. The file will
load and restart the Router automatically.
Ping Test
Tools > Miscellaneous
To perform a statndard Ping test for network connectivity, click the Misc. menu button in
the Tools directory to view the Miscellaneous Configuration menu.
Miscellaneous Configuration menu
Ping Test
The Ping test functions on the WAN and LAN interfaces. Type the IP address you want
to check in the space provided and click the Ping button. Read the Ping test result in
the space immediately below.
Test
Tools >Test
The Test menus are used to test connectivity of the Router. A Ping test may be done
through the local or external interface to test connectivity to known IP addresses. The
diagnostics feature executes a series of test of your system software and hardware
connections. Use this Test menu when working with your ISP to troubleshoot problems.
Diagnostics Test Menu
Status Information
Status > Device Info
Use the various read-only menus to view system information and monitor performance.
Device Information Display
Use the Device Information window to quickly view basic current information about the
LAN and WAN interfaces and device information including Firmware Version and MAC
address.
Device Information display
Log
Status > Log
The system log displays chronological event log data. Use the navigation buttons to
view or scroll log pages. You may also save a simple text file containing the log to your
computer. Click the Save Log button and follow the prompts to save the file.
Log display
Click Clear Log delete the current log information.
Traffic Statistics
Status > Statistics
Use the Traffic Statistics window to monitor traffic on the Ethernet or ADSL Internet
connection. When the Wireless Select the interface for which you want to view packet
statistics and the information will appear below.
Traffic Statistics information
Click Refresh to view traffic information.
ADSL
Status > ADSL
Use the ADSL Status information and the Test page for troubleshooting the ADSL
connection.
ADSL Status information
Technical Specifications
Key Component
Network Processor and ADSL
Chipset
Voice Chipset
Description
TI AR7VWi
TI TNETV901
Product Feature
Description
Network Interface
One ADSL port
RJ-11, inner pair (pin 2,3)
Standard Compliance
ADSL Standards:
ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
ITU G.992.1 (G.dmt) AnnexA
ITU G.992.2 (G.lite) Annex A
ITU G.994.1 (G.hs)
ADSL2 Standards:
ITU G.992.3 (G.dmt.bis) Annex A
ITU G.992.4 (G.lite.bis) Annex A
Line Rate
ADSL2+ Standards:
ITU G.992.5 Annex A
Downstream: up to 24Mbps
Upstream : up to 1Mbps
Performance
Pass DSL Forum TR-067 Performance
Criteria
LAN Interface
Four Fast Ethernet ports
Standard Compliance
RJ-45, 10/100Mbps, MDI/MDIX
Auto-sesnsing
IEEE802.3, IEEEE802.3u
USB Interface
One USB port
Type B connector
Standard Compliance
USB Implementation Forum USB 1.1
Specification
Voice Interface
Two ports for POTS connection
RJ-11, FXS interface
Loop Start
One port for PSTN connection
RJ-11, FXO interface
Telephone dialing mode support
DTMF
Dial Pulse (20pps/10pps)
Ringer Equivalency Number
REN=5
Line Impedance
600ohm
Wireless Access Point
Embedded
Standard Compliance
IEEE 802.11
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
Radio and Modulation Type
Operating Frequency
IEEE 802.11b: DQPSK, DBPSK,
DSSS, and CCK
IEEE 802.11g: BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM,
64QAM, OFDM
2400 ~ 2484.5MHz ISM band
Channel Numbers
11 channels for United States
13 channels for European Countries
13 channels for Japan
Data Rate
IEEE 802.11b: 11, 5.5, 2, and 1Mbps
Media Access Protocol
IEEE 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48,
54Mbps
CSMA/CA with ACK
Form Factor and Interface
mini-PCI interface
Antenna type
One Built-in Diversity Antenna
Power
External Linear Power Adapter
Input: Depends on specific country
requirements
Output: 12V AC, 1.6A
Device Power consumption
Maximum 12 watt
Reset Button
Reset to factory default
Product Feature
Description
Bridging/Routing
Transparent bridging
Dynamic Learning
Up to 1024 MAC addresses
Encapsulation
Bridged/Routed Ethernet over ATM
(RFC1483/2684)
Classical IP over ATM (RFC1577)
IPv4
TCP/UDP
ARP
ICMP
IP Routing
RIP v1 (RFC 1058), RIP v2 (RFC
1389)
IP Static Routing
DHCP
DHCP Server (RFC2131)
DHCP Client (RFC2131)
DNS
DNS Cache
Dynamic DNS
IP multicast
IGMP Proxy
IGMP Snooping
ATM/ADSL
Multiple PVC
Support 8 PVCs
ATM Cell format
ITU-T Rec. I.361
ATM Adaptation Layer
AAL5
ATM signaling
ATM Forum UNI3.1/4.0
OAM support
F4/F5 Loopback
ATM QoS (Traffic Shaping)
UBR, CBR, VBR
PPP Support
Point-to-Point Protocol
RFC1661
PPP over ATM
RFC2364
PPP over Ethernet
RFC2516
PPP Encapsulation
VC
LLC
User Authentication
PAP (RFC 1334)
CHAP (RFC 1994)
Auto-detection of PAP/CHAP
NAT
NAT/NAPT
Port Forwarding
Static IP masquerade(1~65535)
Entry Number: 32 entries
Port Number Setting:- Possible to
assign the range- Possible to set
TCP/UDP/Both as the protocol
Pass Through
IPSec/L2TP/PPTP pass through
NAT ALGs
MSN MSGR
FTP
SIP (Video/ Audio/ White Board/
Remote Control)
ICQ for File and Audio transfer
NetMeeting 3/ 2.0 Video/Audio receive
CUSEEME
Security
MAC Filtering
Over 16 entries
Only ARP Pass-through
IP Filtering
MAC Address and Ethernet type are
configurable
32 records
Range Setting (IP Address, Port
Number)
In-bound/Out-bound Setting
SPI
Detection of Known Attacks
QoS
Priority Queue
Voice over data
Wireless AP Functions
ESS-ID Support
MAC Address Filtering
Support Access Control List (ACL)
WEP Support
64/128/256 bits
WPA Support
VoIP
Call Control Protocol
SIP (RFC3261)
Codec
G.711μ-law/A-law
G.726
G.729A
Echo Canceller
G.168
Fax Relay
G.711
DTMF Relay
RFC2833
Country Tone Support
DT , RBT , BT,Howler/HST(future
support)
DTMF
Tone Detection
Modem/Fax: V.21,V.25
PSTN Life-line Function
Caller ID
Life-line Backup
Automatic fall back to PSTN in case of
power failure
PSTN line automatic selection (e.g.
emergency Call 911)
PSTN routing table support base on
prefix number
BellCore, ETSI complaint
Making call to PSTN
Receiving call from PSTN
RTP/RTCP
Configuration/Management
Access Administration
WEB-based management
Username/Password control for Telnet,
WEB configuration
HTTP server
Ping
Support Ping test from Modem
SNTP
Simple Network Time Protocol
Factory Reset
Reset to factory default
UPnP 1.0
Diagnostics
Configuration Backup/Restore
Product Feature
Description
Safety Requirement
CSA International Mark
Including CSA950, UL1950, IEC60950,
EN60950
EMC Specification
FCC part15 class B
PTT Test
FCC part68
Wireless Certification
Wi-Fi certified
Environmental Requirement
Operating Temperature
0 °C to 40 °C
Storage Temperature
-20 °C to 70 °C
Operating Humidity Range
5% to 95% Non-condensing
Product Feature
Description
IP Address/Mask
192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0
VPI/VCI
0/35
ADSL Mode
Multi-mode
Connection Mode
PPPoE LLC
User Name/Password
admin/admin
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