Sapido BRC70x User manual

Sapido BRC70x User manual
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ........................................................................................................................ 2
FCC Caution ............................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 1
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 6
1.1
Hardware Features.............................................................................................. 6
1.2
Product Appearance ........................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2
Utility .................................................................................................................. 8
Chapter 3
System and Network Setup................................................................................. 9
3.1
Build Network Connection .................................................................................. 9
3.2
Connecting BRD70N ........................................................................................... 9
3.3
Network setup..................................................................................................... 9
3.3.1
Windows 2000............................................................................................. 9
3.3.2
Windows XP.............................................................................................. 10
3.3.3
Windows Vista / Windows 7 ...................................................................... 11
3.4
Router IP Address Lookup................................................................................ 12
3.4.1
Chapter 4
Log into Web GUI( Router mode) .......................................................... 13
Internet Connection .......................................................................................... 14
4.1
Using a s a broadband router ............................................................................ 15
4.2
Home button menu ........................................................................................... 15
4.3
Internet Setup ................................................................................................... 17
4.3.1
PPPoE....................................................................................................... 18
4.3.2
DHCP ........................................................................................................ 18
4.3.3
Static IP..................................................................................................... 19
4.3.4
PPTP ......................................................................................................... 19
4.3.5
L2TP ......................................................................................................... 20
Chapter 5
GUI Function Setup........................................................................................... 22
5.1
Wireless basi c settingAP .................................................................................. 22
5.2
DDNS ................................................................................................................ 22
5.3
Firmware Upgrade ............................................................................................ 23
5.3.1
Auto upgrade ............................................................................................ 23
5.3.2
Manual upgrade ........................................................................................ 23
5.4
Time Zone ......................................................................................................... 23
5.5
DoS ................................................................................................................... 24
5.6
Remote Management ........................................................................................ 26
5.7
Status................................................................................................................ 26
5.8
Factory Default ................................................................................................. 27
5.9
Reboot .............................................................................................................. 28
5.10
Logout .............................................................................................................. 28
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Advance Setup.................................................................................................. 29
6.1
Internet Mode .................................................................................................... 29
6.1.1
6.2
Internet Setup ........................................................................................... 29
IP Config ........................................................................................................... 29
6.2.1
WAN .......................................................................................................... 29
6.2.1.1
PPPoE....................................................................................................... 29
6.2.1.2
DHCP ........................................................................................................ 30
6.2.1.3
Static IP..................................................................................................... 30
6.2.1.4
PPTP ......................................................................................................... 31
6.2.1.5
L2TP ......................................................................................................... 33
6.2.2
LAN ........................................................................................................... 33
6.2.3
DDNS ........................................................................................................ 35
6.3
IPv6 Config ....................................................................................................... 36
6.4
Wireless ............................................................................................................ 37
6.4.1
Basi c Settings........................................................................................... 37
6.4.2
Advanced Settings.................................................................................... 39
6.4.3
Security .................................................................................................... 40
6.4.4
Acce ss Control ......................................................................................... 41
6.4.5
WPS .......................................................................................................... 41
6.5
Firewall ............................................................................................................. 42
6.5.1
6.6
Chapter 7
DoS ........................................................................................................... 42
System Management ........................................................................................ 42
6.6.1
Change Password..................................................................................... 43
6.6.2
Firmware Upgrade .................................................................................... 43
6.6.3
Profiles Save............................................................................................. 43
6.6.4
Remote Management ................................................................................ 44
6.6.5
Time Zone ................................................................................................. 44
6.6.6
UpnP ......................................................................................................... 45
6.6.7
Route Setup .............................................................................................. 45
6.6.8
VPN Passthough ....................................................................................... 46
6.6.9
Wan Type Auto Detection.......................................................................... 47
USB to Ethernet + Wireless AP ......................................................................... 48
7.1
Auto install........................................................................................................ 48
7.2
Acce ss internet ................................................................................................. 48
7.3
If you want to manage BRD70n......................................................................... 48
Chapter 8
Wireless dongle ................................................................................................ 49
8.1
Auto install........................................................................................................ 49
8.2
Configuring your wireless network (with Wireless Utility) ................................ 49
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Configure GUI ................................................................................................... 54
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FCC Caution
FCC Part 15.19 Caution:
1. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation
2. This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter.
3. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user authority to operate the equipment.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm
between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
The antennas used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation
distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
FCC Statement in User’s Manual (for calss B)
FCC Section 15.105
“Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement”
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a lass B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CE Statement of Conformity
Our product has been tested in typical configuration by Ecom Sertech Corp and was found to
comply with the essential requirement of “Council Directive on the Approximation of the Laws
of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility” (89/336/EEC; 92/31/EEC;
93/68/EEC)
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Chapter 1
1.1
Introduction
Hardware Features
Item
Specification
Key Components
Main Processor
Realt ek RTL8196EU 400MHz Net work Processor
Flash
8Mbytes Serial Flas h
RAM
32Mbytes SDRAM
Wireless Chip
Realt ek RTL8188ER 1T1R single chip
Communication Interfaces
LAN Port
1 x 10/100Mbps RJ45 with auto MDI/MDIX
1 x USB 2.0 OTG USB To Ethernet 10/100Mbps
USB Port
Ethernet
Wireless
IEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz 1T1R
Others
Wireless Antenna
Internal x1
802.11b: 19±2dBm @ normal temp. range
Transmission Power 802.11g: 16±2dBm @ normal temp. range
802.11n (20MHz/40MHz): 14±2dBm @ normal
temp. range
11Mbps : TYP. -83dBm @ 8% PER
54Mbps: TYP. -70dBm @ 10% PER
Receive Sensitivity
11n (20MHz): TYP. -64dBm @ 10% PER
11n (40MHz): TYP. -61dBm @ 10% PER
Reboot/Reset button: push 1 second for restart:
Button
push 10 seconds for resetting to system default.
WPS button: push for starting WPS process
Operating Temp.: 0 to 40℃(32 to 104℉)
Operation
Storage Temp.: -20 to 70℃(-4 to 158℉)
Requirement
Operating Humidity: 10% to 85% Non-Condensing
Storage Humidity: 5% to 90% Non-Condensing
Power Supply
Power Adapter DC5V/0.5A
Dimensions
69 (L) x 26 (W) x 19.6 (H) mm
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1.2
Product Appearance
LED Indicator Status Description:
LED
Function
Power indicator
Color
Green
Status
On
On
Blinking
Wireless / WPS
30ms
activity
Reddish Blinking
Orange 30ms
On
Green Blinking
30ms
On
LAN port activity
Green
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Blinking
120ms
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Description
Power is being applied to this
product
Wireless is connected
Wireless Tx/Rx activity
WPS function in progress
100Mbps Ethernet is connected
100Mbps Ethernet Tx/Rx activity
10Mbps Ethernet is connected
10Mbps Ethernet Tx/Rx activity
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Utility
BRD70n support driver and utility auto install
Auto install
Router mode
Install a new usb Ethernet NIC on PC,user
can manage BRD70n by this usb Ethernet NIC
USB to Ethernet
Install a new usb Ethernet NIC on PC,user
can access internet by it
USB to Wireless
Install a new usb wireless utility and driver on
PC,user can connect to AP by this utility
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Chapter 3
System and Network Setup
The BRD70N is an easy to setup and wireless device for various application and environment,
especially for large installs such as hotels, offices space, warehouses, hot-spots and more.
To begin with BRD70N , you must have the following minimum system requirements. If your
system can’t correspond to the following requirements, you might get some unknown troubles
on your system.
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



3.1
Internet Account for XDSL/Cable Modem
One Ethernet (10/100mbps) network interface card.
TCP/IP and at least one web browser software installed (E.g.: Internet Explorer, Firefox,
Safari、Chrome latest version).
802.11b、g、n wireless adapter for wireless mobile clients.
Recommended OS: WinXP, Visata or Win7 / Linux.
Build Network Connection
Administrator can manage the settings for WAN, LAN, Wireless Network, NTP, password,
Firewall, etc.
Please confirm the network environment or the purpose before setting this product.
3.2
Connecting BRD70N
Prepare the followings before the connection:
 PC or Notebook for setup
 Ethernet cable
1.
2.
3.
3.3
Make sure you are under “Router Mode”.
Connect BRD70N to xDSL/ Cable modem with the Ethernet cable.
Turn on your Computer.
Network setup
After the network connection is built, the next step is setup the router with proper network
parameters, so it can work properly in your network environment. Before you connect to the
wireless router and start configuration procedures, your computer must be able to get an IP
address from the wireless router automatically (use dynamic IP address). If it’s set to use
static IP address, or you’re unsure, please follow the below instructions to configure your
computer with dynamic IP address:
Insert BRD70n into PC USB port and install utility/driver,after the utility and driver done,
you can get an IP address from BRD70n(router mode)
3.3.1
Windows 2000
Click “Start” button (it should be located at lower-left corner of your computer), then click
control panel. Double-click Network and Dial-up Connections icon, double click Local Area
Connection, and Local Area Connection Properties window will appear. Select “Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP)”, then click “Properties”.
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1. Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address
automatically”, then click “OK”.
3.3.2
Windows XP
1. Click “Start” button (it should be located at lower-left corner of your computer), then
click control panel. Double-click Network and Internet Connections icon, click Network
Connections, then double-click Local Area Connection, Local Area Connection Status
window will appear, and then click “Properties”.
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2. Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address
automatically”, then click “OK”.
3.3.3
Windows Vista / Windows 7
1. Click “Start” button (it should be located at lower-left corner of your computer), then
click control panel. Click View Network Status and Tasks, and then click Manage Network
Connections. Right-click Local Area Network, then select “Properties”. Local Area
Connection Properties window will appear, select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4)”,
and then click “Properties”.
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2. Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address
automatically”, then click “OK”.
3.4
Router IP Address Lookup
After the IP address setup was completed, please clicks “start” → “run” at the bottom-lower
corner of your desktop:
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Input “cmd”, and then click “OK”.
Input “ipconfig”, then press “Enter” key. Please check the IP address followed by “Default
Gateway” (In this example, the gateway IP address of router is 192.168.1.1)
NOTE: If the IP address of Gateway is not displayed, or the address followed by ‘IP Address’ begins with
“169.x.x.x”, please recheck network connection between your computer and router, and / or go to the
beginning of this chapter, to recheck every step of network setup procedure.
3.4.1
Log into Web GUI(Router mode)
After your computer obtained an IP address from wireless router, please start your web
browser, and input the IP address of the wireless router in address bar, and the following
message should be shown. Please click “admin” to login the BRD70N .
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Enter the User name and Password in to the blank and then Click Login. The default values
for User Name and Password are admin (all in lowercase letters).
Users can set or change user name and password used for accessing the web management
interface in this section.
Input User Name and New Password, then input Confirm Password again.
Chapter 4
Internet Connection
This Chapter describes how to setup BRD70N to the internet. The BRD70N is delivered with
the following factory default parameters.
Default IP address: 192.168.1.1
Default IP subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Web login user name: admin
Web login password: admin
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4.1
Using as a broadband router
  Open a Web browser, and enter http://192.168.1.1 (Default Gateway) into the blank.
 Enter the User name and Password into the blank and then click Login. The default
values for User Name and Password are admin (all in lowercase letters).
Download
pdadd
Status page
Logout
4.2
Home button menu
Click Home button icon to enter MENU as below.
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Internet Setup
Wireless Ba sic Settings
DDNS
Firmware Upgrade
Time Zone
DoS
Remote management
Advance Setup
Status
Factory Default
Reboot
Logout
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Description
There are several different method to access Internet,PPPoE、
DHCP、Static IP、PP TP 、L2TP 、WiFi ISP
Do wireless basic configuration:SS ID、encryption
You can assign a fixed host and domain name to a dynamic
Internet IP address. Each time the router boots up, it will re-register
its domain-name-to-IP-address mapping with the DDNS service
provider.
This function allows you upgrade the BRC70X firmware to new
version. Please note do not power off the devic e during the upload
because it may crash the system.
You can maintain the system time by synchronizing with a public
time server over the Internet.
Denial of Service
This page allows you to access the GUI on WAN.
Advance setting menu
You could check WAN, LAN, Client net work in status.
You could reset the current configuration to factory default.
This function is used to reboot
This page is used to logout.
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4.3
Internet Setup
Click Internet Setup icon to enter WAN setup as below. The Int ernet Setup is
depended on the service that you contract with the provider. The BRD70N provides five selections
for the Internet Mode type, PPPoE, DHCP, Static IP , PPTP and L2TP and HotSpot. Check
with your ISP if you don’t know the WAN type.
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4.3.1
PPPoE
Item
User Name
Description
Input your us er name provided by your ISP. If you don’t know,
please check with your ISP.
Input the password provided by your ISP.
Turn on/ off wireless
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Select wireless encryption type form the drop-down list.
Password
Wireless AP
SSID
Encryption
4.3.2
DHCP
Item
MAC type
Wireless AP
SSID
Encryption
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Description
Select "Universal” or “Specific"
Turn on/ off wireless
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Select wireless encryption type form the drop-down list.
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Static IP
Item
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS
Wireless AP
SSID
Encryption
4.3.4
Description
Enter the IP address which is provided by your ISP.
Please enter the Subnet Mask address
Input ISP Default Gateway Address.
Input DNS information which is provided by your ISP
Turn on/ off wireless
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Select wireless encryption type form the drop-down list.
PPTP
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Addre ss Mode
IP Address
Gateway
Server IP Address
User Name
Password
MTU Size
Enable MPPE Encryption
Enable MPPC Compre ssion
Wireless AP
SSID
Encryption
4.3.5
Description
Select "Dynamic" or "Static"
Input your IP address or domain name
Input ISP Default Gateway Address.
Input your server IP address provided by your ISP. If you don’t
know, please check with your ISP.
Input PPTP account provided by your ISP.
Input the password provided by your ISP.
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Microsoft Point-t o-Point Encryption (MPPE ) provides data security
for the PPTP connection that is between the VPN client and VPN
server.
Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression (MPPC) is a scheme used to
compress Point-t o-Point Protocol (PPP) packets between Cisco
and Microsoft client devices. The MPPC algorit hm is designed to
optimize bandwidth utilization in order to support multiple
simultaneous connections. The MPP C algorithm us es a
Lempel-Ziv (LZ) based algorithm with a continuous history buffer,
called a dictionar
Turn on/ off wireless
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Select wireless encryption type form the drop-down list.
L2TP
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Addre ss Mode
IP Address
Gateway
Server IP Address
User Name
Password
MTU Size
Wireless AP
SSID
Encryption
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Description
Select "Dynamic" or "Static"
Input your IP address or domain name
Input ISP Default Gateway Address.
Input your server IP address provided by your ISP. If you don’t
know, please check with your ISP.
Input PPTP account provided by your ISP.
Input the password provided by your ISP.
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Turn on/ off wireless
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Select wireless encryption type form the drop-down list.
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Chapter 5
5.1
GUI Function Setup
Wireless basic settingAP
This page is used to configure the parameters for wireless LAN clients which may connect to
your Access Point. Here you may change wireless encryption settings as well as wireless
network parameters
Item
Di sable Wireless
SSID
Encryption
5.2
Description
Turn on/ off wireless
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Select wireless encryption type form the drop-down list.
DDNS
You can assign a fixed host and domain name to a dynamic Internet IP address. Each time
the router boots up, it will re-register its domain-name-to-IP-address mapping with the DDNS
service provider. This is the way Internet users can access the router through a domain name
instead of its IP address.
Note: make sure that you have registered with a DDNS service provider before enabling this feature.
Please enter Domain Name, User Name/Email, and Password/Key. After entering, click on
Apply Changes to save the setting, or you may click on Reset to clear all the input data.
Item
Enable/Disable DDNS
Service Provider
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Description
Select enable to use DDNS function. Each time your IP address to
WAN is changed, and the information will be updated to DDNS
service provider automatically.
Choose correct Service Provider from drop-down list, here including
DynDNS, TZO, ChangeIP, Eurodns, OVH, NO-IP, ODS, Regfish
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User Name/Email
Password/Key
5.3
embedded in BRD70n.
User name is used as an identity to login Dynamic-DNS service.
Password is applied to login Dynamic-DNS servic e.
Firmware Upgrade
This function can upgrade the firmware of the router. There are two methods for user upgrade
firmware: Auto upgrade and Manual upgrade.
Caution: To prevent that firmware upgrading is interrupted by other wireless signals and causes failure.
We recommend users to use wired connection during upgrading.
Note : The firmware upgrade will not remove your previous settings.
5.3.1 Auto upgrade
It provide auto detect new firmware from Internet, and user can select to upgrade
new version or not.
5.3.2 Manual upgrade
If you download firmware from website, you can upgrade firmware manual as
below.
5.4
Time Zone
Users can select time zone and synchronize the local clock on the router.
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Time Zone Select
5.5
Description
Please select the time zone.
DoS
It provide 2 kind of Denial of Service: Home and Enterprise
 Home:
Item
Description
Check “ Home” to enable DoS function for prevention. You also can
check “No Prevention” to disable DoS function.
Home

Enterprise:
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Enterprise
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Check “Enterprise” to enable DoS function for prevention. You also
can check “No Prevention” to disable DoS function.
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5.6
Remote Management
This page allows you to access the GUI on WAN.
Item
HTTP Connection Port
Enable Web Server Access
on WAN
5.7
Description
Users can access GUI by this port,default is 80
Allow user access GUI from WAN side
Status
You could check WAN, LAN, Client net work in status.
WAN Configuration
LAN Configuration
User can enable/disable wireless、PdNet、web server on WAN from this page.
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Client Configuration
Allow or block client
to access internet
5.8
Factory Default
You could reset the current configuration to factory default.
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5.9
Reboot
This function is used to reboot
5.10 Logout
This page is used to logout
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Chapter 6
Advance Setup
6.1
Internet Mode
6.1.1 Internet Setup
Please refer Internet Setup
6.2
IP Config
6.2.1 WAN
6.2.1.1 PPPoE
Item
User Name
Password
Service Name
Connection Type
MTU Size
DNS
Clone Mac Address
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Description
Input your us er name provided by your ISP. If you don’t know,
please check with your ISP.
Input the password provided by your ISP.
Input the service name provided by your ISP.
Three types for select: Continue s, Connect on Demand, and
Manual.
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Select Attain DNS Automatically. Or select Set DNS Manually,
if you want to specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
Some ISPs require MAC address registration. In this case, enter
the MAC address registered to the provider to "Clone MA C
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Address"
Click on Save to save the setting dat e, the Apply button for execute
current configuration.
Save & Apply
6.2.1.2
DHCP
Item
Host Name
MTU Size
DNS
Clone Mac Address
Save & Apply
6.2.1.3
Description
You can keep the default as the host name, or input a specific
name if required by your ISP.
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Select Attain DNS Automatically. Or select Set DNS Manually,
if you want to specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
Some ISPs require MAC address registration. In this case, enter
the MAC address registered to the provider to "Clone MA C
Address"
Click on Save to save the setting dat e, the Apply button for execute
current configuration.
Static IP
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Item
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
MTU Size
DNS
Clone Mac Address
Save & Apply
6.2.1.4
Description
Enter the IP address which is provided by your ISP.
Please enter the Subnet Mask address
Input ISP Default Gateway Address, .
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Input DNS information which is provided by your ISP
Some ISPs require MAC address registration. In this case, enter
the MAC address registered to the provider to "Clone MA C
Address"
Click on Save to save the setting dat e, the Apply button for execute
current configuration.
PPTP
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Server IP Address
User Name
Password
MTU Size
Enable MPPE Encryption
Enable MPPC Compre ssion
DNS
Clone Mac Address
Save & Apply
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Description
Input your server IP address provided by your ISP. If you don’t
know, please check with your ISP.
Input PPTP account provided by your ISP.
Input the password provided by your ISP.
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Microsoft Point-t o-Point Encryption (MPPE ) provides data security
for the PPTP connection that is between the VPN client and VPN
server.
Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression (MPPC) is a scheme used to
compress Point-t o-Point Protocol (PPP) packets between Cisco
and Microsoft client devices. The MPPC algorit hm is designed to
optimize bandwidth utilization in order to support multiple
simultaneous connections. The MPP C algorithm us es a
Lempel-Ziv (LZ) based algorithm with a continuous history buffer,
called a dictionar
Select Attain DNS Automatically. Or select Set DNS Manually, if
you want to specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
Some ISPs require MAC address registration. In this case, enter
the MAC address registered to the provider to "Clone MA C
Address"
Click on Save to save the setting dat e, the Apply button for execute
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6.2.1.5
L2TP
Item
Server IP Address
User Name
Password
MTU Size
DNS
Clone Mac Address
Save & Apply
Description
Input your server IP address or Host Name provided by your ISP.
If you don’t know, please check with your ISP.
Input PPTP account provided by your ISP.
Input the password provided by your ISP.
Maximum Transmission Unit. Usually provide by computer
operation systems (OS). Advanced users can set it manually.
Select Attain DNS Automatically. Or select Set DNS Manually, if
you want to specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
Some ISPs require MAC address registration. In this case, enter
the MAC address registered to the provider to "Clone MA C
Address"
Click on Save to save the setting dat e, the Apply button for execute
current configuration.
6.2.2 LAN
Use this page to set up the local IP address and subnet mask for your router.
Please select LAN Interface Setup under the IP Config menu and follow the
instructions below to enter the LAN setting page to configure the settings you
want.
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IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DHCP
DHCP Client Range
DHCP Lease Time
Set Static DHCP
Domain Name
802.1d Spanning Tree
CloneMACAddress
Description
The default value of LA N IP address is 192.168.1. 1 for this router.
Input Subnet Mask, normally it is 255.255.255.0.
Input ISP Default Gateway Address. If you don’t know, please
check with your ISP.
Enable or disable DHCP services. The DHCP server will
automatically allocat e an unused IP address from the IP address
pool to the requesting computer if enabled.
Define the DHCP client range and then the DHCP server will
assign an IP to the requesting computer from t his range. The
Show Client will display every assigned IP address, MAC address,
and ex pired time. The default range is 192.168.1.100 192.168.1.200.
IP avaliable time
This function allows you reserve IP addresses, and assign
the same IP address to the network device with the specified
MAC address any time it requests an IP address. This is
almost the same as when a device has a static IP address
except that the device must still request an IP address from
the DHCP server
The name of device
IEEE 802. 1d Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is a link layer
network protocol t hat ensures a loop-free topology for any bridged
LAN. The main purpos e of S TP is to ensure that you do not create
loops when you have redundant paths in your net work. Loops are
deadly to a network.
Copy the MAC address from the device you had registered to your
ISP if your ISP asks for the specific MAC A ddress.
Set Static DHCP:
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Item
Description
Enable Static DHCP
Select enable to use Static DHCP function
IP Address
Please enter IP address to limit
MAC addre ss
Please enter MAC address to limit
Static DHCP Li st
It will display all IP and MAC address you made.
Delete Selected & Delete
All
Click Delete Selected will delete the selected item. Click Delete All
will delet e all items in this table.
6.2.3
DDNS
You can assign a fixed host and domain name to a dynamic Internet IP address. Each time
the router boots up, it will re-register its domain-name-to-IP-address mapping with the DDNS
service provider. This is the way Internet users can access the router through a domain name
instead of its IP address.
Note: make sure that you have registered with a DDNS service provider before enabling this feature.
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Please enter Domain Name, User Name/Email, and Password/Key. After entering, click on
Apply Changes to save the setting, or you may click on Reset to clear all the input data.
Item
Enable/Disable DDNS
Service Provider
User Name/Email
Password/Key
Save & Apply
6.3
Description
Select enable to use DDNS function. Each time your IP address to
WAN is changed, and the information will be updated to DDNS
service provider automatically.
Choose correct Service Provider from drop-down list, here including
DynDNS, TZO, ChangeIP, Eurodns, OVH, NO-IP, ODS, Regfish
embedded in BRD70N .
User name is used as an identity to login Dynamic-DNS service.
Password is applied to login Dynamic-DNS servic e.
Click on “Save” to save the setting data. The “A pply” button can
execute current configuration
IPv6 Config
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Item
Description
Origin Type
SLAAC、DHCPv6、IP。Please check ISP to get correct type
WAN Link Type
PPPoE、IP
PPPoE
Use IPv4 PPPoE account and password to do IPv6 connect
Child Prefix Address
Check ISP to get this data
Static IP
Check ISP to get IP address and default gateway IP address
Router Name
Router domain
DNS v6
Select Attain DNS Automatically. Or select Set DNS Manually, if
you want to specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS
6.4
Wireless
6.4.1 Basic Settings
This page is used to configure the parameters for wireless LAN clients who may
connect to your Access Point. Here you may change wireless encryption settings
as well as wireless network parameters
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Di sable Wireless
Band
Mode
Network Type
SSID
Channel Width
Control Sideband
Channel Number
Broadband SSID
WMM
Data Rate
Associate Clients
Enable MAC Clone
(Single Ethernet Client)
Enable Universal Repeater
Mode (Acting a s AP and
Client simultaneousl y)
SSID of Extended Interface
Description
Turn off the wireless service.
Select the frequency. It has 6 options: 2.4 GHz
(B/G/N/B+G/G+N/B+G+N).
Select the mode. It has 3 modes to select: (AP, Client, WDS,
AP+WDS).
Multiple AP: Please check Section 4.1.2.1.
* In Wi-Fi AP mode only support Client mode.

Infrastructure:one of the two methods for connecting to
wireless networks with Wi-Fi enabled devices such as
laptops, Pda’s I-phone etc. These devices are connected to
wireless network with the help of Access point (AP). Wireless
Access Points are usually routers or switches which are
connected to internet by Ethernet port.

Ad hoc:By using ad hoc mode, devices are capable for
communicating directly with each other. No Access point
(routers / switches) is required for communication between
devic es and all devic es in the range connect in peer to peer
communication mode.
Service S et identifier, users can define to any or keep as default.
Please select the channel width, it has 3 options: 20MHz / 40MHz /
Auto
Enable this function will control your router use lower or upper
channel.
Please select the channel; it has Auto, 1, 2~11 options.
User may choose to enable Broadca st SSID or not.
Enable / Disable Wi-Fi Multimedia
Please select the data transmission rate.
Check the AP connectors and the Wireless connecting status.
Clone the MAC address for ISP to identify.
Allow to equip with the wireless way conjunction upper level,
provide the bottom layer user link in wireless and wired way in the
meantime.
(The IP that bottom layer obtains is from upper level.)
While linking the upper level device in wireless way, you can set
SSID to give the bottom layer user search.
Multiple AP
BRD70n can register up to 4 SSIDs (wireless LAN group).
It can be used as if there are multiple wireless LAN access
points with one product. Each SSID could be set with
different data rate, WMM and access type
Save & Apply
Click on “Save” to save the setting data. The “A pply” button can
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6.4.2
Advanced Settings
Item
Fragment Threshold
RTS Thre shold
Beacon Interval
Preamble Type
IAPP
Protection
Aggregation
Short GI
WLAN Partition
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To identify the maxima length of packet, the over length packet will be
fragmentized. The allowed range is 256-2346, and default length is
2346.
This value should remain at its default setting of 2347. The range is
0~2347. Should you encounter inconsistent data flow, only minor
modifications are recommended. If a net work packet is smaller than
the present RTS threshold size, the RTS/CTS mechanism will not be
enabled. The router sends Request to Send (RTS ) frames to a
particular receiving station and negotiates the sending of a data
frame. After receiving an RTS, the wireless station responds with a
Clear to Send (CTS ) frame to acknowledge the right to begin
transmission. Fill the range from 0 to 2347 into this blank.
Beacons are packets sent by an access point to synchronize a
wireless network. Specify a beacon interval value. The allowed
setting range is 20-1024 ms..
PLCP is Physical layer convergence protocol and PPDU is PLCP
protocol data unit during transmission, the PSDU shall be appended
to a PLCP preamble and header to create the PPDU. It has 2
options: Long Preamble and Short Preamble.
Inter-Access Point Protocol is a recommendation that describes an
optional extension to IEEE 802. 11 that provides wireless
access-point communications among multivendor systems.
Please select to enable wireless protection or not.
Enable this function will combine several packets to one and transmit
it. It can reduce the problem when mass packets are transmitting.
Users can get better wireless transmission efficiency when they
enable this function.
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20/40MHz Coexist
RF Output Power
6.4.3
wireless LAN de vices.
If you set up as "Ena ble d", devices connected with the
router, such as a pr inte r, wi ll not be a ble to use.
Default Sett ing: "Disab led "
Config ure 2 0/40 MHz coe xistin g scheme.
If yo u set u p as "Ena ble d", "20 MHz" and "40 MHz" w ill
coexist.
Normall y use as "Disabl ed".
Default Sett ing: "Disab led "
Users can adjust RF out put power to get the best wireless net work
environment. Users can choose from 100%, 70%, 50%, 35%, and
15%.
Security
Here users define the security type and level of the wireless network. Selecting different
methods provides different levels of security. Please note that using any encryption
may cause a significant degradation of data throughput on the wireless link. There
are five Encryption types supported: “None”, “WEP”, “WPA”, ”WPA2”, and “WPA-Mixed”.
Enabling WEP can protect your data from eavesdroppers. If you do not need this feature,
select “None” to skip the following setting
Item
WEP
WPA / WPA2
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W E P is t he mos t ge ne r al e nc ry pt i on s c h em e am on g
wir el es s LA N s ec u rit y, c on fig u re t h e c om mo n e nc ry pt ed
k ey (W E P K ey ) f or ac c es s p oint an d wi r eles s LA N ha nds et .
W E P k ey lengt h a re " 6 4b it " , " 128 bit " , a nd " 2 5 6bit " ( This
pr od uc t c or res po nds up t o 12 8bit ), la rg er t he va lu e is ,
mor e t h e c h ar ac t e r c a n b e s et , a nd enc ry pt i on s t r en gt h will
en ha nc e d.
* I f y o u c on fi gu r e t he enc ry pt io n k ey as " 5 l et t e rs in
hal f -wi dt h alp ha bet s a nd nu mb ers " o r " H ex a dec i mal i n 1 0
digit s " , pl eas e s elec t " 6 4- bit " .
* I f y o u c on fi gu r e t he enc ry pt io n k ey as " 1 3 l et t ers i n
hal f -wi dt h alp ha bet s a nd nu mb ers " o r " H ex a dec i mal i n 2 6
digit s " , pl eas e s elec t " 1 28 -b it " .
W PA / W PA 2 is wir eles s LA N s ec urit y s t an da r d w hic h is
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802.1x Authenti cation
Radius
Personal (Pre-Shared
Key)
6.4.4
s t ren gt h en o ve r W E P. On W PA -P S K / W PA 2-P S K , us es
enc ry pt e d k ey c all ed pr e-s ha re d k ey, a nd s et up c omm on
enc ry pt io n k ey fo r ac c es s p oint an d w ir eles s LA N h a nds et
lik e W E P. The re ar e " A E S " a nd " TK IP " as e nc ry pt io n
s c hem e. " TK IP " aut o mat ic ally up d at es t h e k ey at r eg ul ar
int e r vals , c hec k a nd a pp r o ve t he c o mmu nic at i o n, s o it c an
c ommu nic at e s a fe r t h an W E P k ey w hic h us es s in gle
enc ry pt io n k ey fo r lo ng t im e. " A E S " is ha rd er t o d ec od e
c omp ari ng t o " TK IP " , s o it c a n s ay t o ug he r e nc ry pt io n
s c hem e t ha n " TK IP "
Support WPA and WPA2 at the same time
For radius server authentication
* I f y o u c on fi gu r e P r e-S ha re d K ey as " Hex ad ec im al in 64
digit s " , pl eas e s elec t " H ex ( 64 c h a rac t e rs ) " .
* I f y o u c on fi gu r e enc ry pt i on k ey i n " 8 t o 63 l et t ers i n
hal f -wi dt h alp ha bet s a nd nu mb ers " , pl eas e s el ec t
" P as s ph ras e
Access Control
Access Control allows user to block or allow wireless clients to access this router. Users
can select the access control mode, then add a new MAC address with a simple
comment and click on “Apply Change” to save the new addition. To delete a MAC
address, select its corresponding checkbox under the Select column and click on “Delete
Selected” button.
6.4.5
WPS
This page allows user to change the setting for WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup). Using this
feature could let your wireless client atomically synchronize it’s setting and connect to the
Access Point in a minute without any hassle. SAPIDO BRD70N could support both Self-PIN
or PBC modes, or use the WPS button (at real panel) to easy enable the WPS function.
PIN model, in which a PIN has to be taken either from a sticker label or from the web
interface of the WPS device. This PIN will then be entered in the AP or client WPS device to
connect.
PBC model, in which the user simply has to push a button, either an actual or a virtual one,
on both WPS devices to connect.
BRD70n WPS only support no encryption and WPA2
Please follow instructions below to enable the WPS function.
1. Setup Wireless LAN with WPS PIN :
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(1). Get the WPS PIN number from wireless card and write it down.
(2). Fill in the PIN number from the wireless card in Client PIN Number field, and then
click “Start PIN”.
(3). Click PIN from Adapter Utility to complete the WPS process with the wireless
router.
(4). Wireless dongle should connect to BRD70n
2.
Start PBC:
(1). Press the BRD70n WPS button and wait for WPS LED blinking
(2). Press the dongle WPS button
(3). Wireless dongle should connect to BRD70n
6.5
Firewall
6.5.1 DoS
Please refer DoS
6.6
System Management
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This section including , Change Username/Password, Upgrade Firmware, Profiles Save,
Remote Management, Time Zone, UPnP, Route Setup, VPN Passthrough, and
. It is easy and helpful for users making more detailed settings.
6.6.1
Change Password
Users can set or change user name and password used for accessing the web management
interface in this section.
Input User Name and New Password, then input Confirm Password again.
6.6.2 Firmware Upgrade
Please refer Firmware Upgrade
6.6.3
Profiles Save
Users can create a backup file that contains current router settings. This backup file can be
used to restore router settings. This is especially useful in the event you need to reset the
router to its default settings.
1. Save Configuration
(1). Click Save
(2).
Please click “Save” to save the configuration to your computer.
(3). Select the location which you want to save file, then click Save.
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2. Load configuration file
(1). Tap “browse” and select configuration file then click Open
(2). Click Upload to upload configuration file to BRD70N .
(3). After 60 seconds, BRD70N will reboot automatically.
6.6.4 Remote Management
Please refer Remote Management
6.6.5
Time Zone
Users can synchronize the local clock on the router to an available NTP server (optional).
To complete this setting, enable NTP client update and select the correct Time Zone.
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Time Zone Select
Enable NTP client update
Automatically Adjust
Daylight Saving
NTP Server
Save & Apply
6.6.6

Description
Please select the time zone.
Please select to enable NTP client update or not.
Please select to enable Automatically Adjust Daylight Saving or
not.
Please select the NTP server from the pull-down list, or you can
enter the NTP server IP address manually.
Click on Save to save the setting dat e, the Apply button for execute
current configuration.
UpnP
UPNP
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a standard of networking protocols
promulgated by the UPnP Forum. The goals of UPnP are to allow devices to
connect seamlessly and to simplify the implementation of networks in the
home (data sharing, communications, and entertainment) and in corporate
environments for simplified installation of computer components. BRD70N
supports UPnP function, and can cooperate with other UPnP devices. When
you activate UPnP, please click My Network Places. Users will see an Internet
Gateway Device icon. By click the icon, users can enter the GUI of the router. If
you do not wish to use UPnP, you can disable it.
6.6.7
Route Setup
Dynamic routing is a distance-vector routing protoc ol, which employs the hop count as a
routing metric. RIP prevents routing loops by implementing a limit on the number of hops allowed
in a path from the source to a destination. The maximum number of hops allowed for RIP is 15
Static routing is a data communication concept describing one way of configuring path
selection of rout ers in computer networks. It is the type of routing characterized by the absence of
communication between rout ers regarding the current topology of the net work. This is achieved by
manually adding routes to the router routing table.
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Item
Enable Dynamic Route
NAT
Transmit
Receive
Item
Enable Static Route
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Metric
Interface
6.6.8
Description
Enable or Disable dy namic route
Enable or Disable NAT function
There are 3 options:
1.
Disable:do not send any RIP packet out
2.
Send RIP 1 packet out
3.
Send RIP 2 packet out
There are 3 options:
4.
Disable:do not rec eive any RIP packet
5.
Only receive RIP 1 packet
6.
Only receive RIP 2 packet
Description
Enable or Disable dy namic route
Destination IP address
Destination IP subnet mask
Gateway IP address for destination
Metric number on router’s routing table
Static route rule for LA N or WAN interface
VPN Passthough
Virtual Private Networking (VP N) is typically used for work-related net working. For VP N tunnels,
the router supports IPSec, Pass-through, PPTP Pass-through, and L2TP Pass-through.
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Item
IPSec Pass-through
PPTP Pass-through
L2TP Pass-through
IPV6 Pass-through
6.6.9
Description
Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) is a suite of protocols used to
implement secure exchange of packets at the IP layer. To allow
IPSec tunnels to pass through the router, IPSec Pass-through is
enabled by default. To disable IPSec Pass-through , select Disable
Point-to-P oint Tunneling Protocol is the method used to enable
VPN sessions to a Windows NT 4.0 or 2000 server. To allow PPTP
tunnels to pass through the router, PPTP Pass-through is enabled
by default. To disable PP TP Pass-through, select Disable.
To allow the L2TP net work traffic to be forwarded to its destination
without the network address translation tasks.
Allow IPV 6 packet to be forwarded to its destination without the
network address translation tasks.
Wan Type Auto Detection
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Chapter 7
7.1
7.2
7.3
USB to Ethernet + Wireless AP
Auto install
HW switch to “USB to Ethernet + Wireless AP” mode and insert it to PC/NB
USB port,it can run auto install process. After that,PC/NB has a USB ethernet
NIC card
Access internet
Plug in internet cable into BRD70n RJ45 ethernet port,then NB/PC can
access internet,this mode is a USB ethernet card
If you want to manage BRD70n
Set PC/NB BRD70n NIC card IP as 192.168.1.x,then open brower and type
192.168.1.254。The detail feature please refer BRD70n router mode
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Chapter 8
8.1
8.2
Wireless dongle
Auto install
HW switch to “USB to Wireless” mode and insert it to PC/NB USB port,it can
run auto install process. After that,PC/NB has BRD70n wireless utility
Configuring your wireless network (with Wireless Utility)
8.2.1 Double click on the computer with wireless signal icon in your taskbar or the
8.2.2
8.2.3
shortcut icon on the desktop.
Status:Status page shows connection status.
Available Network:It display available wireless network. The “Refresh” button
can scan the area for wireless network(s). Once the scan completed, select the
desired wireless network from the list and double click it,it should pop up the
wireless Network Properties window for security setting (WEP, WPA, WPA2, and
etc.).
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8.2.4
Profile:User can add、remove、edit, duplicate wireless connection profile in
this page.
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8.2.5
Wi-Fi Protect Setup (WPS)
WPS is an easy and secure setup solution for Wi-Fi network. Please click the Wi-Fi Protect
Setup tab. BRD70N has two methods, PIN (Pin Input Config) and PBC (Push Button Config),
to setup the network.
8.2.5.1 Pin Input Config (PIN)
 Click on the “Pin Input Config (PIN)” button, And then enter the PIN code into the AP that
you want to connect. For example, the AP uses BR360n to be the connecting device.
Enter the PIN code into client pin number and then clicks the “Start PIN” button.
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Note:



Every time you click the tab to change the page, the PIN code will be
changed.
The PIN function in AP should be started before the WPS setup in BRD70N
times out.
BRD70N is waiting for the other AP to start the PBC function. The other AP starts the
PBC function should be before BRD70N WPS times out.
2. Once the WPS connected successfully, wireless utility will show the connection status.
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
8.2.5.2 Push Button (PBC)
Click on the “Push Button Config (PBC)” button.
Note: The PBC button can click the visual button on the page or push the physical button
on AP.

BRD70N is waiting for the other AP to start the PBC function. The other AP starts the
PBC function should be before BRD70N WPS times out.

Once WPS connected successfully, Wireless Utility will show the connection status.
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8.3
Configure GUI
Please refer BRD70n router mode(login IP address:http://192.168.253.1/)
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