Cisco QuickVPN - PC User guide

Cisco QuickVPN - PC User guide
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Wireless-N
Gigabit Security
Router with VPN
B
Package Contents
• User Guide and QuickVPN Client
Software on CD-ROM
• Network Cable
• Power Adapter
• Stands
• Registration Card
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QUICK INSTALLATION
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BUSINESS SERIES
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Model
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Model
No.
Model
No.WRVS4400N
Wireless
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Connect the Router
Before you begin, make sure
that you have the setup
information for your specific
type of Internet connection.
The installation technician
from your ISP should have left
this information with you after
installing your broadband
connection. If not, you can call
your ISP to request the
settings.
NOTE: For details on placement
options such as using the
stands or wall-mounting,
please refer to the User Guide
on the CD-ROM.
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Make sure that all of your
network’s hardware is
powered off, including the
Router, PCs, and cable or DSL
modem.
Connect one end of an
Ethernet network cable to one
of the LAN ports (labeled 1-4)
on the back of the Router, and
the other end to an Ethernet
port on a PC.
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These instructions will show you
how to configure the Router. You
only need to configure the Router
once using any computer you have
set up.
Connect the power adapter to
the Router’s Power port, and
then plug the other end into
an electrical outlet.
The Power and Internet LEDs
on the front panel will light up
green as soon as the power
adapter is connected
properly.
Power on the PCs.
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The Router’s hardware
installation is now complete.
NOTE: Before setting up the
C
Router, make sure your PCs are
configured to obtain an IP (or
TCP/IP) address automatically
from the Router.
C
Repeat step C to connect
more PCs, a switch, or other
network devices to the Router.
Connect a different Ethernet
network cable from your
cable or DSL modem to the
Internet port on the Router’s
back panel.
Power on the cable or DSL
modem.
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E
Configure the Router
Open your web browser. Enter
http://192.168.1.1 in its
Address field. Press the Enter
key.
A password request screen
will appear. Enter the default
user name and password,
admin, in lowercase letters in
the User Name and Password
fields. (For added security, you
should later set a new
password, using the
Administration tab’s
Management screen of the
web-based utility). Click the
OK button.
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The web-based utility will
appear with the Setup tab and
IP Versions selected. Click on
the WAN option under the
Setup tab.
If requested by your ISP
(usually cable ISPs), complete
the Host Name and Domain
Name fields, and the MTU and
MTU Size fields. Otherwise,
leave the defaults.
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E
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For the Connection Type
setting, six connection types
are offered through the
drop-down menu. Each Setup
screen and available features
will vary depending on which
connection type you select.
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If using PPTP, Heartbeat
Signal, or L2TP, refer to the
User Guide on the CD.
Internet Connection Type
Automatic Configuration DHCP: If you are connecting
through DHCP or a dynamic IP
address from your ISP, keep
this default setting.
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Automatic - DHCP
Static IP: If your ISP assigns
you a static IP address, select
Static IP from the drop-down
menu. Complete the Internet
IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Default Gateway, and DNS
fields. You need to enter at
least one DNS address.
PPPoE: If you are connecting
through PPPoE, select PPPoE
from the drop-down menu.
Complete the User Name and
Password fields.
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When you are finished
entering your Internet
connection settings, click the
Save Settings button to save
your changes.
Network Name (SSID). The
SSID is the network name
shared by all devices in a
wireless network. It is
case-sensitive and must not
have more than 32 characters
(use any keyboard character).
For added security, change
the default SSID (linksys) to a
unique name.
Select the Wireless Network
Mode.
Mixed: If your network has
Wireless-N, -G, and -B devices,
then keep the default, Mixed.
Disable: To disable wireless
networking, select Disable.
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Static IP
PPPoE
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To configure the Router for
your wireless network, select
the Wireless Tab’s Basic
Wireless Settings screen.
Wireless Channel. Select the
appropriate channel to be
used between your Wireless
Router and your client
devices. The default is channel
6. You can also select Auto so
that your Wireless Router will
select the channel with the
lowest amount of wireless
interference while the system
is booting up.
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Wireless SSID Broadcast.
When wireless clients survey
the local area for wireless
networks to associate with,
they will detect the SSID
broadcast by the Router. To
broadcast the Router's SSID,
keep the default, Enabled. If
you do not want to broadcast
the Router's SSID, then select
Disabled.
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B
Configure Wireless Security
Open the Router’s Web Utility
as shown in Step 2, and select
the Wireless Tab’s Wireless
Security screen.
Select a security method:
For WEP, WPA Enterprise,
WPA2-Enterprise, and
WPA2-Enterprise Mixed, refer
to the User Guide on the CD.
For WPA-Personal,
WPA2-Personal, and
WPA2-Personal Mixed,
follow the instructions below:
When you are finished
entering your Basic Wireless
Settings, click the Save
Settings button to save your
changes.
Select the option you want,
WPA-Personal,
WPA2-Personal, or
WPA2-Personal Mixed.
Power your broadband
modem off and back on again.
Restart or power on your PCs
so they can obtain the
Router’s new settings.
Configure the following:
Encryption - If WPA-Personal
is selected, select the method
you want to use, TKIP or AES.
To test the Router’s settings,
open your web browser from
any computer. In the
browser’s Address field, enter
www.linksys.com/registration
and press the Enter key.
Pre-shared Key - Enter a key
of 8-63 characters.
Key Renewal - In most cases,
you can keep the default,
3600 seconds.
NOTE: For more advanced
settings and security options,
refer to the User Guide on the
WRVS4400N CD.
WPA-Personal
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Click the Save Settings
button.
Congratulations! The installation
of the Router is complete.
WPA2-Personal
For additional information or troubleshooting help,
refer to the User Guide on the Setup CD-ROM. You
can also call or e-mail for further support.
24-hour Technical Support
800-326-7114
(toll-free from US or Canada)
E-mail Support
[email protected]
Website
http://www.linksys.com or
http://support.linksys.com
RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization)
http://www.linksys.com/support
FTP Site
ftp://ftp.linksys.com
Sales Information
800-546-5797 (800-LINKSYS)
Linksys is a registered trademark or trademark of
Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S.
and certain other countries. Copyright © 2006
Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
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