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User Manual
YOYORouter
Mobile Travel Router EE1
Versatile multi-function router with Wi-Fi, Ethernet
and USB Modem support
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Trademarks
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companies. They are used for identification purpose only. Specifications are subject to be
changed without prior notice.
FCC Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against radio interference in a commercial environment. This equipment can generate, use and
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions in
this manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user, at his own
expense, will be required to take whatever measures are necessary to correct the interference.
CE Declaration of Conformity
This equipment complies with the requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility, EN
55022/A1 Class B.
V1.00
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Table of contents
COPYRIGHT.............................................................................................................................. 1
FCC INTERFERENCE STATEMENT ....................................................................................... 2
CHAPTER 1
1.1.
1.2.
1.2.1.
1.3.
2.
Package List .................................................................................. 5
Hardware Overview ....................................................................... 5
Front Panel .................................................................................... 5
LED indicators................................................................................ 6
GETTING STARTED................................................................................................ 7
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
2.6.
2.7.
Operating Modes ........................................................................... 7
Preparing YOYORouter EE1.......................................................... 8
Connecting to YOYORouter EE1 ................................................. 10
Accessing the status and configuration pages. ............................ 10
Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Wireless WAN Mode ..................11
Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Ethernet WAN Mode.................. 13
Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Ethernet WAN Mode with Failover
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Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Share Mode............................... 16
Wi-Fi Configuration Tips............................................................... 17
Connecting to the YOYORouter using WPS ................................ 17
2.8.
2.9.
2.10.
3.
INTRODUCTION..................................................................................... 5
CONFIGURATION REFERENCE GUIDE ............................................................. 18
3.1.
3.1.1.
3.1.2.
3.2.
3.2.1.
3.2.1.1.
3.2.1.2.
3.2.1.3.
3.2.1.4.
3.2.2.
3.2.2.1.
3.2.2.2.
3.2.2.3.
3.2.3.
3.2.3.1.
3.2.3.2.
3.2.3.3.
3.2.3.4.
3.2.3.5.
3.2.4.
3.2.4.1.
3.2.4.2.
3.2.4.3.
Using the Setup Wizard ............................................................... 18
Starting the Wizard ...................................................................... 18
Configure Settings using the Wizard............................................ 19
Advanced Settings...................................................................... 22
Basic Setting Group ................................................................... 22
Network Setup ............................................................................ 23
DHCP Server .............................................................................. 37
Wireless Settings ........................................................................ 39
Change Password ...................................................................... 42
Forwarding Rules ....................................................................... 43
Virtual Server .............................................................................. 43
Special AP................................................................................... 44
Miscellaneous .............................................................................. 45
Security Setting........................................................................... 46
Packet Filters .............................................................................. 46
Domain Filters............................................................................. 48
URL Blocking .............................................................................. 49
MAC Control ............................................................................... 50
Miscellaneous .............................................................................. 51
Advanced Setting ....................................................................... 52
System Log ................................................................................. 52
Dynamic DNS ............................................................................. 53
QOS ............................................................................................ 54
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3.2.4.4.
3.2.4.5.
3.2.4.6.
3.2.4.7.
3.2.5.
3.2.5.1.
3.2.5.2.
3.2.5.3.
3.2.5.4.
3.2.5.5.
3.2.5.6.
4.
SNMP .......................................................................................... 55
Routing ........................................................................................ 56
System Time ............................................................................... 57
Scheduling .................................................................................. 58
Tool Box ...................................................................................... 59
System Info ................................................................................. 59
Firmware Upgrade...................................................................... 60
Backup Setting............................................................................ 60
Reset to Default .......................................................................... 60
Reboot......................................................................................... 61
Miscellaneous ............................................................................. 61
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................... 62
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
Basic Problems ............................................................................ 62
Wi-Fi Problems ............................................................................ 62
Problems with the Mobile Broadband Connection ....................... 64
Other Problems............................................................................ 66
APPENDIX A LICENSING INFORMATION............................................................................ 67
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a YOYORouter EE1. This product is specifically designed for
mobile user who needs to have the Internet access beyond his home and office
The Quick-Start Guide shows how to get up and running with the YOYORouter EE1. This User
Guide provides in-depth instructions to use all of the features.
1.1. Package List
Items
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2
3
4
5
Description
YOYORouter EE1
Power adapter 5V 2A
Lithium ion battery
CD-ROM
Quick-Start Guide
1.2. Hardware Overview
1.2.1. Front Panel
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1.3. LED indicators
Battery and Power status
Battery is fully charged (power on)
Battery is powering the router
Battery is on charge or no battery is
installed
Battery low
Off
Battery is fully charged
(charger connected and power
switch off)
Wi-Fi Status
Wi-Fi (WLAN) is on
Data transfer over Wi-Fi
Fast flash denotes WPS mode
Ethernet (WAN or LAN connection)
Cable plugged in, connection
established
Data transfer over Ethernet
USB
USB Modem is on
Data transfer over USB Modem
For any indicators on the USB Modem, please consult the documentation from the manufacturer.
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2. Getting Started
2.1. Operating Modes
YOYORouter EE1 has four operating modes to keep you connected via cabled Ethernet WAN
(Wide Area Network), Wireless WAN (Mobile Broadband) or Wi-Fi hotspot sharing:
Wireless WAN (Mobile Broadband) Mode
Make a Mobile Broadband connection using
LTE/HSPA/HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS via a USB modem (USB
dongle) plugged in to YOYORouter EE1. Share it via Wi-Fi and
Ethernet.
YOYORouter EE1 is compatible with a wide range of popular USB
®
®
modems including Huawei , Novatel WirelessŒ, Option , Sierra
®
®
Wireless , ZTE and others.
Ethernet WAN Mode
Connect to a cabled Ethernet WAN connection such as an ADSL or
cable modem, hotel or office cable facility – share it with multiple
Wi-Fi devices. Great for connecting portable devices that do not
have an Ethernet port.
(Hotel/office cable connection illustrated)
Ethernet WAN Mode with Failover
Operate in Ethernet WAN Mode and automatically switch over to
Wireless WAN Mode if the cabled WAN connection fails.
(ADSL/Cable modem WAN illustrated)
Share Mode
Connect to an existing Wi-Fi Network and share that connection
with multiple users via Wi-Fi and Ethernet. YOYORouter EE1 can
be used to connect a device that only has an Ethernet port to a
Wi-Fi network.
Benefits:
x Works with practically any Wi-Fi enabled device.
x Works with an Ethernet device over a standard RJ45 connector.
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x
x
x
No need to load software or drivers.
Shares the Internet connection and links up to 256 devices in a Local Area Network.
YOYORouter can be located in, for example, a window, providing better signal strength
without moving your laptop or other devices.
2.2. Preparing YOYORouter EE1
1. Open the battery compartment
x Slide the cover in the direction shown until it clicks open.
x Lift the cover away from YOYORouter.
2. Insert the battery
x WARNING: Always be sure to disconnect the power before inserting or removing the battery.
x Hold the battery so that the three gold contacts align with the three gold pins in the compartment.
x Insert the battery so that the contacts meet.
x Press the other end of the battery in to the compartment so that it clips in to place.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover
x Place the cover over the battery compartment, leaving a gap of about 5mm.
x Slide the cover towards the body of YOYORouter.
x The cover clicks shut.
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4. Connect the power cord and plug in the AC adaptor.
5. Turn on YOYORouter EE1.
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2.3. Connecting to YOYORouter EE1
Select YOYORouter’s Wi-Fi network which has a network name (SSID) like YOYORouter-07-76.
The network name and network password are printed on a label in the battery compartment and
on the box.
For example, in Windows 7
x
x
x
Click the
icon in the notification area.
Select your YOYORouter’s network.
Click Connect and enter the Wi-Fi password when prompted.
If you are using a Mac
x
x
x
Click the network icon
Select your YOYORouter’s network.
When prompted, enter the Wi-Fi password.
You may also connect using an Ethernet cable, except when YOYORouter is configured in
Ethernet WAN Mode, when the Ethernet port is used to connect the WAN.
Note: since connections to YOYORouter are made using Wi-Fi and Ethernet, a wide range of
devices including Linux based and mobile can connect without needing any special software or
drivers.
2.4. Accessing the status and configuration pages.
1. While connected, open your web browser and enter http://192.168.1.1. The YOYORouter
status page is displayed.
2. To view and change settings, enter the password, default admin, and click Login.
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2.5. Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Wireless WAN Mode
Note: A full list of supported USB modems is available from the Supported Cards List link in the
status page, or from www.yoyomotion.com.
1. Make sure your SIM card is installed in the USB modem. Consult the USB Modem’s
documentation for further information.
2. Plug in your USB Modem and turn on YOYORouter EE1. Allow at least 60 seconds for the USB
modem to be detected and configured.
In most cases YOYORouter EE1 self-configures and operates in Wireless WAN Mode using
default settings. You may need to customize the settings, for example in the following cases:
x Your SIM requires a PIN Code.
x Your mobile broadband subscription requires different settings to those that YOYORouter
selected by default.
x You have special mobile broadband settings, for example a private APN (Access Point
Name).
x You wish to change Wi-Fi settings.
To customize settings:
3. Connect to YOYORouter via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, access the status page at http://192.168.1.1
and log in.
4. Select Wizard and step through the Setup wizard until you reach step Select WAN Type.
x Select WAN Interface option Wireless WAN.
x Select WAN Type 3G.
5. 3G Mobile Network Settings
x Connection settings are normally selected automatically from your SIM.
x Select Dial-Up Profile option Manual at the 3G step if you need to select alternative or
enter special settings. Select your country and the network operator, or Others to enter
your own settings.
x If your SIM requires a PIN code, enter it now.
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6. At the end of the Wizard, check The Ethernet Port will be set as LAN Port and click Apply
Settings. YOYORouter restarts.
7. If you are connecting using Wi-Fi, you may need to re-make the connection in line with your
new settings. If you are using an Ethernet cable, the connection will be active as soon as the
reboot is complete.
Note: In this mode you can also connect a device using the Ethernet LAN port. If you do not
require the Wi-Fi connection, it may be disabled for longer battery life.
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2.6. Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Ethernet WAN Mode
1. Plug in the Ethernet cable and switch on YOYORouter EE1. Typical WAN sources include
ADSL modems, cable modems and hotel/office cabled Internet connections.
2. Connect to YOYORouter via Wi-Fi, access the status page at http://192.168.1.1 and log in.
3. Select Wizard and step through the Setup wizard. At the step Select WAN Type
x Select WAN Interface type Ethernet WAN.
x Select the required WAN Type.
x Enter the further information requested, as applicable. See Configuration Reference
section in the User Guide for more information.
4. At the end of the Wizard, check The Ethernet Port will be set as WAN Port and click Apply
Settings. YOYORouter restarts.
5. Re-connect to the YOYORouter Wi-Fi network; you may need to re-make the connection in line
with your new settings.
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2.7. Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Ethernet WAN Mode
with Failover
First configure YOYORouter EE1 in Wireless WAN Mode and test the connection.
Next, configure YOYORouter EE1 in Cable and test the connection.
To enable WAN Mode with Failover, ensure that the USB Modem and Ethernet WAN are both
connected and follow these steps:
1. Log in.
2. Select Advanced then Network Setup.
3. Against Activate WWAN for Auto-Failover
x Check Enable.
x Enter an IP address in Remote Host for keep alive that YOYORouter can ping to
check the connectivity.
4. Make sure that Connection Control is set to Auto Reconnect (always on).
5. Click Save.
6. Select TOOLBOX, Reboot and OK to reboot YOYORouter.
7. Check that YOYORouter is normally connected to the cabled WAN connection
x System Status shows cabled connection details.
x Wireless Modem indicates Disconnected.
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8. Unplug the cabled WAN plug and check that Failover occurs:
x 3G Failover indicated in System Status.
x Wireless Modem indicates Connected.
9. Re-connect the cabled WAN and check that service reverts to the WAN connection.
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2.8. Setting up YOYORouter EE1 in Share Mode
1. Switch on YOYORouter EE1.
2. Connect to YOYORouter via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, access the status page at http://192.168.1.1 and
log in.
3. Select Wizard. Click through the Wizard making any changes to the default settings if
necessary.
4. When you get to Select WAN Type in the Wizard
x Select WAN Interface to be Wireless WAN.
x Select WAN Type: Wi-Fi HotSpot and click Next>
YOYORouter scans for available Wi-Fi networks and presents a list; select the required network.
5. Enter any required security details for the Wi-Fi network to which you are connecting. The
YOYORouter automatically uses the same Wireless Channel.
6. At the end of the Wizard, check The Ethernet will be set as LAN Port and click Apply
Settings. YOYORouter restarts.
7. Re-connect to the YOYORouter Wi-Fi network; you may need to re-make the connection in line
with your new settings.
8. If the Wi-Fi network to which you are connecting requires a username and password at a log-in
page, open your browser and input them now.
Note: In this mode you can also connect a device using the Ethernet LAN port.
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2.9. Wi-Fi Configuration Tips
YOYORouter is pre-configured with a default Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and password. The
network name and password are printed on the label on the underside of the device and on the
label affixed to the carton in which it was packaged. Security is set to WPA-PSK(TKIP) and
WPA2-PSK(AES) – devices may connect using either of these.
In the Configuration Wizard you can:
x Change the Network ID (SSID) to a name of your own choice.
x Manually select a frequency channel. (Default Auto tries to find a channel with low
interference).
x Change the Authentication and Encryption settings if required.
x Set your own network password in Preshare Key (recommended).
2.10. Connecting to the YOYORouter using WPS
Wi-Fi Protected Setup, WPS, is a simple way to connect to the YOYORouter without needing to
give the new user the Pre-Shared Key (password). Pushbutton mode provides the simplest
possible configuration:
1. Locate the WPS pushbutton on the device that you wish to connect to the router. This
may be a physical button or a clickable pushbutton in the software provided with the
device.
2. Press and hold the YOYORouter WPS button for 5 seconds. The Wi-Fi indicator will flash
rapidly
3. Bring the device near to the YOYORouter and press the WPS button on the device. You
must do this inside two minutes, while the Wi-Fi indicator flashes rapidly. The GUI on the
connecting device will confirm the connection.
PIN Mode is also supported.
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3. Configuration Reference Guide
3.1. Using the Setup Wizard
3.1.1. Starting the Wizard
Please type in the IP Address
(http://192.168.1.1)
Please type “admin” in the
Password and click the
Login button.
Select your language.
Press “Next” to start the
Setup Wizard.
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3.1.2. Configure Settings using the Wizard
Step 1.
Change System Password.
Set up your system
password.
(Default admin)
Step 2a.
Select LAN IP Address and
Wan Type.
Step 2b.
3G WAN type
Select “Auto Detection”
Dial-up Profile, and the
Utility will try to detect and
configure the
required Mobile Broadband
service settings
automatically. Or you can
select “Manual” and select
your country and mobile
operator. If you have
special settings, for
example for a private
company, select your
country and then Others.
If your SIM card requires a
PIN Code, enter it,
otherwise leave blank.
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Step 3a.
Set up your Wireless
Network.
Set up your Wi-Fi network
name (SSID).
Channel Auto (default
enables the router to
identify the best channel. If
you wish to manually select
the channel, typically 1, 6 or
11, pick it in the drop-down
menu.
Step 3b.
Set up Wireless Security.
We recommend WPA-PSK /
WPA2-PSK security. The
settings shown provide
widest compatibility.You can
set your own password in
Preshare Key.
Step 4.
The settings you have
selected are summarized.
Click Apply Settings to
confirm them.
The wizard counts down the
time it takes while
YOYORouter re-starts.
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Step 5.
Click Finish to close the
Wizard.
Note: The router has
already restarted.
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3.2.Advanced Settings
Whenever you want to configure your network or this device, you can access the Configuration
Menu by opening the web-browser and typing in the IP Address of the device. The default IP
Address is: 192.168.1.1
Enter the default password “admin” in the System Password and then click ‘login’ button.
Then, you can browse the “Advanced” configuration pages for configuring this device.
3.2.1. Basic Setting Group
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3.2.1.1.Network Setup
1.
Ethernet port Configuration:
Off: Disable the Ethernet port.
LAN: The Ethernet port is as LAN port.
WAN: The Ethernet port is as LAN port.
Auto: It will be WAN Port if a DHCP server can be detected on the Ethernet port.
Otherwise, it will be LAN port.
2.
LAN IP Address: The local IP address of this device. The computers on your network
must use the LAN IP address of this device as their Default Router. You can change it if
necessary.
3.
Subnet Mask: Input your Subnet mask. (All devices in the network must have the same
subnet mask.) The default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
4.
WAN Interface: Select Ethernet WAN or Wireless WAN to continue.
5.
WAN Type: WAN connection type of your ISP. You can click WAN Type combo button to
choose a correct one from the following options:
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A. 3G
This device supports different WAN types of connection for users to connect to remote wireless ISP,
such as 3G (WCDMA, HSxPA, HSPA+, CDMA2000, EV-DO, TD-SCDMA), iBurst, or Wi-Fi Hotspot.
Note. Users need to insert USB modem card for 3G and iBurst WAN connections.
3G WAN Types: The WAN fields may not be necessary for your connection. The information on
this page will only be used when your service provider requires you to enter a User Name and
Password to connect with the 3G network.
Please refer to your documentation or service provider for additional information.
1.
Dial-Up Profile: Please select Auto-Detection or Manual to continue.
2.
You can Select “Auto-Detection”, and the Utility will try to detect and
configure the required 3G service settings automatically. Or you can select
“Manual” and manually fill in the required 3G service settings provided by
your ISP.
Country: select your country.
3.
Telecom: select your telecom.
4.
3G Network: select the 3G Network
5.
APN: Enter the APN for your PC card here.(Optional)
6.
Pin Code: Enter the Pin Code for your SIM card(Optional)
7.
Dial-Number: This field should not be altered except when required by your service
provider.
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8.
Account: Enter the new User Name for your PC card here, you can contact to your ISP to
get it.
9.
Password: Enter the new Password for your PC card here, you can contact to your ISP to
get it.
10. Authentication: Choose your authentication.
11. Primary DNS: This feature allows you to assign a Primary DNS Server, contact to your ISP
to get it.
12. Secondary DNS: This feature allows you to assign a Secondary DNS Server, you can
contact to your ISP to get it.
13. Connection Control: There are 3 modes to select:
Connect-on-demand: The device will link up with ISP when the clients send outgoing
packets.
Auto Reconnect (Always-on): The device will link with ISP until the connection is
established.
Manually: The device will not make the link until someone clicks the
Connect-button in the Status-page.
14. Keep Alive: you can diagnose your connection by it.
LCP Echo Request: Enter the time interval and the maximum failure count. The device will
constantly send out the LCP packets for keeping the connection alive.
Ping Remote Host: Enter the Remote host IP and the time interval to send the ping packets
for keeping the connection alive.
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B. Static IP Address:
1.
Activate WWAN for Auto-Failover: With this function enabled, when the Ethernet WAN
connection is broken, the device will automatically activate the WWAN connection and
keep you connected to internet with the alternative WWAN broadband service. Meanwhile,
if the device detected that the Ethernet WAN connection is recovered, your broadband
connection will be switched to use the Ethernet WAN service.
2.
WAN IP Address, Subnet Mask, Router, Primary and Secondary DNS : Enter the
proper settings provided by your ISP.
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C. Dynamic IP Address:
1.
Activate WWAN for Auto-Failover : With this function enabled, when the Ethernet WAN
connection is broken, the device will automatically activate the WWAN connection and
keep you connected to internet with the alternative WWAN broadband service. Meanwhile,
if the device detected that the Ethernet WAN connection is recovered, your broadband
connection will be switched to use the Ethernet WAN service
2.
Host Name: Optional, required by some ISPs, for example, @Home.
3.
Connection Control : There are 3 modes to select:
Connect-on-demand: The device will link up with ISP when the clients send
outgoing packets.
Auto Reconnect (Always-on): The device will link with ISP until the connection is
established.
Manually: The device will not make the link until someone clicks the
connect-button in the Status-page.
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D. PPP over Ethernet
1.
Activate WWAN for Auto-Failover: With this function enabled, when the Ethernet WAN
connection is broken, the device will automatically activate the WWAN connection and
keep you connected to internet with the alternative WWAN broadband service. Meanwhile,
if the device detected that the Ethernet WAN connection is recovered, your broadband
connection will be switched to use the Ethernet WAN service
2.
PPPoE Account and Password: The account and password your ISP assigned to you.
For security, this field appears blank. If you don't want to change the password, leave it
blank.
3.
Connection Control: There are 3 modes to select:
Connect-on-demand: The device will link up with ISP when the clients send
outgoing packets.
Auto Reconnect (Always-on): The device will link with ISP until the connection is
established.
Manu ally: The device will not make the link until someone clicks the
connect-button in the Status-page.
4.
Maximum Idle Time: the amount of time of inactivity before disconnecting your PPPoE
session. Set it to zero or enable Auto-reconnect to disable this feature.
“
5.
”
PPPoE Service Name: Optional. Input the service name if your ISP requires it. Otherwise,
leave it blank.
6.
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU): Most ISP offers MTU value to users. The default
MTU value is 0 (auto).
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E. PPTP
1.
Activate WWAN for Auto-Failover : With this function enabled, when the Ethernet WAN
connection is broken, the device will automatically activate the WWAN connection
and keep you connected to internet with the alternative WWAN broadband service.
Meanwhile, if the device detected that the Ethernet WAN connection is recovered, your
broadband connection will be switched to use the Ethernet WAN service
2.
IP Mode: Please check the IP mode your ISP assigned, and select “Static IP Address” or
“Dynamic IP Address”.
3.
My IP Address and My Subnet Mask: The private IP address and subnet mask your ISP
assigned to you.
4.
Router IP and Server IP Address/Name : The IP address of the PPTP server and
designated Router provided by your ISP.
5.
PPTP Account and Password: The account and password your ISP assigned to you.
6.
Connection ID : Optional. Input the connection ID if your ISP requires it.
7.
Maximum Idle Time : the time of no activity to disconnect your PPTP session. Set it
If you don't want to change the password, keep it blank.
to zero or enable “Auto-reconnect” to disable this feature. If Auto-reconnect is enabled,
this device will connect with ISP automatically after system is restarted or
connection is dropped.
8.
Connection Control : There are 3 modes to select:
Connect-on-demand : The device will link up with ISP when the clients send
outgoing packets.
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Auto Reconnect (Always-on): The device will link with ISP until the connection is
established.
Manu ally: The device will not make the link until someone clicks the
connect-button in the Status-page.
9. Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU): Most ISP offers MTU value to users. The default
MTU value is 0 (auto).
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F. L2TP
1.
Activate WWAN for Auto-Failover: With this function enabled, when the Ethernet WAN
connection is broken, the device will automatically activate the WWAN connection and
keep you connected to internet with the alternative WWAN broadband service. Meanwhile,
if the device detected that the Ethernet WAN connection is recovered, your broadband
connection will be switched to use the Ethernet WAN service
2.
IP Mode: Please check the IP mode your ISP assigned, and select “Static IP Address” or
“Dynamic IP Address”.
3.
My IP Address and My Subnet Mask: The private IP address and subnet mask your ISP
assigned to you.
4.
Router IP and Server IP Address/Name: The IP address of the L2TP server and
designated Router provided by your ISP.
5.
L2TP Account and Password: The account and password your ISP assigned to you. If
you don't want to change the password, keep it blank.
6.
Connection ID: Optional. Input the connection ID if your ISP requires it.
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7.
Maximum Idle Time: The time of no activity to disconnect your L2TP session. Set it to
zero or enable “Auto-reconnect” to disable this feature. If Auto-reconnect is enabled, this
device will connect with ISP automatically, after system is restarted or connection is
dropped.
8.
Connection Control: There are 3 modes to select:
Connect-on-demand: The device will link up with ISP when the clients send
outgoing packets.
Auto Reconnect (Always-on): The device will link with ISP until the connection is
established.
Manu ally: The device will not make the link until someone clicks the
connect-button in the Status-page.
9.
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU): Most ISP offers MTU value to users. The default
MTU value is 0 (auto).
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G. iBurst
iBurst Type: The WAN fields may not be necessary for your connection. The information on this
page will only be used when your service provider requires you to enter a User Name and
Password to connect with the iBurst network.
Please refer to your documentation or service provider for additional information.
1.
Account: Enter the new User Name for your PC card here, you can contact to your ISP to
get it.
2.
Password: Enter the new Password for your PC card here, you can contact to your ISP to
get it.
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3.
Primary DNS/Secondary DNS: Optional, This feature allows you to assign a DNS Servers
4.
Connection Control: There are 3 modes to select:
Connect-on-demand: The device will link up with ISP when the clients send outgoing
packets.
Auto Reconnect (Always-on): The device will link with ISP until the connection is
established.
Manually: The device will not make the link until someone clicks the
Connect-button in the Status-page.
5.
Maximum Idle Time: the amount of time of inactivity before disconnecting your PPPoE
session. Set it to zero or enable Auto-reconnect to disable this feature.
“
6.
”
Service Name: optional. Input the service name if your ISP requires it. Otherwise, leave it
blank.
7.
Assigned IP Address: Optional, Input the IF address you want. Usually, leave it blank.
8.
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU): Most ISP offers MTU value to users. The default
MTU value is 0(auto).
9.
NAT disable: the option bridges data form WAN port to LAN port.
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H. Wi-Fi HotSpot
Wi-Fi HotSpot Types: This WAN type allows you to share one Wi-Fi Hotspot account with your
friends or colleagues. Local clients connect to this device via Wi-Fi connection, and surfing
Internet by connecting to remote Wi-Fi Hotspot. Just follow a few steps below to connect to remote
Wi-Fi HotSpot.
Note. If choosing Wi-Fi HotSpot WAN type, the wireless channel of WLAN will be set to as same as
wireless channel of remote Wi-Fi HotSpot.
Step 1: Click “Wi-Fi HotSpot” Search” button to search any available Wi-Fi Hotspot or Wi-Fi AP
(Access Point) in your environment.
Step 2: After finish searching, it will list all available Wi-Fi APs in your environment. You can select
one of the lists to start to connect, or press “Refresh” button to search again.
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Step 3: Click “Save” button to save settings after selecting. There will be a field here for you to
input encryption key if remote Wi-Fi Hotspot or Wi-Fi AP requires.
Step 4: Click “Reboot” button to restart device to take new settings effective.
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3.2.1.2.DHCP Server
1.
DHCP Server: Choose either Disable or Enable. If you enable the DHCP Server function,
the following settings will be effective.
2.
IP Pool Starting/Ending Address: Whenever there is a request, the DHCP server will
automatically allocate an unused IP address from the IP address pool to the requesting
computer. You must specify the starting / ending address of the IP address pool.
3.
Lease Time: DHCP lease time to the DHCP client.
4.
Domain Name: Optional, this information will be passed to the clients.
Press “More>>” and you can find more settings
5.
Primary DNS/Secondary DNS: Optional. This feature allows you to assign a DNS
Servers
6.
Primary WINS/Secondary WINS: Optional. This feature allows you to assign a WINS
Servers
7.
Router: Optional. Router Address would be the IP address of an alternate Router. This
function enables you to assign another Router to your PC, when DHCP server offers an IP
to your PC.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
Press “Clients List” and the list of DHCP clients will be shown consequently.
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Press “Fixed Mapping” and the DHCP Server will reserve the special IP for designated MAC
address.
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3.2.1.3.Wireless Settings
Wireless settings allow you to set the wireless configuration items.
1.
Wireless Module: You can enable or disable wireless function.
2.
Network ID (SSID): Network ID is used for identifying the Wireless LAN (WLAN). Client
stations can roam freely over this device and other Access Points that have the same
Network ID. (The factory default setting is “default”)
3.
SSID Broadcast: The router will broadcast beacons that have some information,
including SSID so that wireless clients can know how many AP devices by scanning the
network. Therefore, if this setting is configured as “Disable”, the wireless clients can not
find the device from beacons.
4.
Channel: The radio channel number. The permissible channels depend on the Regulatory
Domain. The factory default setting is as follow: channel 1~11 for North America. (Channel
1~13 for European (ETSI); channel1~ 14 for Japan).
5.
Wireless Mode: Choose “B/G mixed”, “B only”, “G only”, “N only”, “G/N mixed” or “B/G/N
mixed”. The factory default setting is “B/G/N mixed”.
6.
Authentication mode: You may select one of authentication to secure your wireless
n e t w o r k : O p e n S h a r e d , A u t o , W PA - P S K , W PA , W PA 2 - P S K , W PA 2 ,
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, or WPA /WPA2.
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Open
Open system authentication simply consists of two communications. The first is an
authentication request by the client that contains the station ID (typically the MAC
address). This is followed by an authentication response from the AP/router containing a
success or failure message. An example of when a failure may occur is if the client's MAC
address is explicitly excluded in the AP/router configuration.
Shared
Shared key authentication relies on the fact that both stations taking part in the
authentication process have the same "shared" key or passphrase. The shared key is
manually set on both the client station and the AP/router. Three types of shared key
authentication are available today for home or small office WLAN environments.
Auto
The AP will Select the Open or Shared by the client’s request automatically.
WPA-PSK
Select Encryption and Pre-share Key Mode
If you select HEX, you have to fill in 64 hexadecimal (0, 1, 2...8, 9, A, B...F) digits. If
you select ASCII, the length of pre-share key is from 8 to 63.
Fill in the key, Ex 12345678
WPA
Check Box was used to switch the function of the WPA. When the WPA function is
enabled, the Wireless user must authenticate to this router first to use the Network
service. RADIUS Server IP address or the 802.1X server’s domain-name.
Select Encryption and RADIUS Shared Key
If you select HEX, you have to fill in 64 hexadecimal (0, 1, 2...8, 9, A, B...F) digits If
you select ASCII, the length of pre-share key is from 8 to 63.
Key value shared by the RADIUS server and this router. This key value is consistent with the
key value in the RADIUS server.
WPA-PSK2
WPA-PSK2 user AES and TKIP for Same the encryption, the others are same the
WPA-PSK.
WPA2
WPA2 add uses AES and TKIP for encryption, the others are same the WPA.
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WPA-PSK/WPA-PSK2
Another encryption options for WPA-PSK-TKIP and WPA-PSK2-AES, the others are same
the WPA-PSK.
WPA/WPA2
Another encryption options for WPA-TKIP and WPA2-AES, the others are same the WPA.
By pressing “WPS Setup”, you can configure and enable the easy setup feature WPS (Wi-Fi
Protection Setup) for your wireless network.
1.
WPS: You can enable this function by selecting “Enable”. WPS offers a safe and easy way
to allow the wireless clients connected to your wireless network.
2.
AP PIN: You can press Generate New Pin to get an AP PIN.
3.
Config Mode: Select your config Mode from “Registrar” or “Enrollee”.
4.
Config Status: It shows the status of your configuration.
5.
Config Method: You can select the Config Method here from “Pin Code” or “Push Button”.
6.
WPS status: According to your setting, the status will show “Start Process” or “No used”
Press “Wireless Clients List” and the list of wireless clients will be shown consequently.
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3.2.1.4.Change Password
You can change the System Password here. We strongly recommend you to change the
system password for security reason.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.2. Forwarding Rules
3.2.2.1.Virtual Server
This product’s NAT firewall filters out unrecognized packets to protect your Intranet, so all
hosts behind this product are invisible to the outside world. If you wish, you can make some of
them accessible by enabling the Virtual Server Mapping.
A virtual server is defined as a Service Port, and all requests to this port will be redirected to
the computer specified by the Server IP. Virtual Server can work with Scheduling Rules ,
and give user more flexibility on Access control. For the details, please refer to Scheduling
Rule.
For example, if you have an FTP server (port 21) at 192.168.1.1, a Web server (port 80) at
192.168.1.2, and a VPN server at 192.168.1.6, then you need to specify the following virtual
server mapping table:
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Service Port
Server IP
Enable
21
192.168.1.1
V
80
192.168.1.2
V
1723
192.168.1.6
V
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
3.2.2.2.Special AP
Some applications require multiple connections, like Internet games, Video conferencing,
Internet telephony, etc. Because of the firewall function, these applications cannot work with a
pure NAT router. The Special Applications feature allows some of these applications to work
with this product. If the mechanism of Special Applications fails to make an application work,
try setting your computer as the DMZ host instead.
1.
Trigger: The outbound port number issued by the application.
2.
Incoming Ports: When the trigger packet is detected, the inbound packets sent to the
specified port numbers are allowed to pass through the firewall.
This device provides some predefined settings. Select your application and click “Copy to” to
add the predefined setting to your list.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.2.3. Miscellaneous
1. IP Address of DMZ Host
DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Host is a host without the protection of firewall. It allows a
computer to be exposed to unrestricted 2-way communication for Internet games, Video
conferencing, Internet telephony and other special applications.
2. UPnP Setting
The device supports the UPnP function. If the OS of your client computer supports this
function, and you enabled it, like Windows XP, you can see the following icon when the
client computer gets IP from the device.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.3. Security Setting
3.2.3.1.Packet Filters
Packet Filter includes both outbound filter and inbound filter. And they have same way to
setting.
Packet Filter enables you to control what packets are allowed to pass the router. Outbound
filter applies on all outbound packets. However, inbound filter applies on packets that destined
to Virtual Servers or DMZ host only. You can select one of the two filtering policies:
1.
Allow all to pass except those match the specified rules
2.
Deny all to pass except those match the specified rules
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You can specify 8 rules for each direction: inbound or outbound. For each rule, you can define
the following:
x
Source IP address
x
Source port
x
Destination IP address
x
Destination port
x
Protocol: TCP or UDP or both.
x
Use Rule#
For source or destination IP address, you can define a single IP address (4.3.2.1) or a range of
IP addresses (4.3.2.1-4.3.2.254). An empty implies all IP addresses.
For source or destination port, you can define a single port (80) or a range of ports
(1000-1999). Add prefix "T" or "U" to specify TCP or UDP protocol. For example, T80, U53,
U2000-2999, No prefix indicates both TCP and UDP are defined. An empty implies all port
addresses. Packet Filter can work with Scheduling Rules, and give user more flexibility on
Access control. For Detail, please refer to Scheduling Rule.
Each rule can be enabled or disabled individually.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.3.2.Domain Filters
Domain Filter prevents users under this device from accessing specific URLs.
1. Domain Filter : Check if you want to enable Domain Filter.
2.
Log DNS Query: Check if you want to log the action when someone accesses the specific
URLs.
3.
Privilege IP Address Range: Setting a group of hosts and privilege these hosts to access
4.
Domain Suffix: A suffix of URL can be restricted, for example, ".com", "xxx.com".
5.
Action: When someone is accessing the URL met the domain-suffix, what kind of action
network without restriction.
you want.
Check “Drop” to block the access. Check “Log” to log this access.
6. Enable : Check to enable each rule. Click on “Save” to store your settings
or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.3.3.URL Blocking
URL Blocking will block LAN computers to connect with pre-define Websites. The major
difference between “Domain filter” and “URL Blocking” is Domain filter require user to input
suffix (like .com or .org, etc), while URL Blocking require user to input a keyword only. In other
words, Domain filter can block specific website, while URL Blocking can block hundreds of
websites by simply a keyword.
1.
URL Blocking: Check if you want to enable URL Blocking.
2.
URL: If any part of the Website's URL matches the pre-defined word, the connection will
be blocked.
For example, you can use pre-defined word "sex" to block all websites if their URLs
contain pre-defined word "sex".
3.
Enable: Check to enable each rule.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.3.4.MAC Control
MAC Address Control allows you to assign different access right for different users and to assign a
specific IP address to a certain MAC address.
1.
MAC Address Control : Check “Enable” to enable the “MAC Address Control”. All of the
settings in this page will take effect only when “Enable” is checked.
2.
Connection control : Check "Connection control" to enable the controlling of which wired
and wireless clients can connect with this device. If a client is denied to connect with this
device, it means the client can't access to the Internet either. Choose "allow" or "deny" to
allow or deny the clients, whose MAC addresses are not in the "Control table" (please see
below), to connect with this device.
3.
Association control : Check "Association control" to enable the controlling of which
wireless client can associate to the wireless LAN. If a client is denied to associate to the
wireless LAN, it means the client can't send or receive any data via this device. Choose
"allow" or "deny" to allow or deny the clients, whose MAC addresses are not in the
"Control table", to associate to the wireless LAN.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.3.5. Miscellaneous
1.
Administrator Time-out: The time of no activity to logout automatically, you may set it to
zero to disable this feature.
2.
Remote Administrator Host/Port
In general, only Intranet user can browse the built-in web pages to perform administration
task. This feature enables you to perform administration task from remote host. If this
feature is enabled, only the specified IP address can perform remote administration. If the
specified IP address is 0.0.0.0, any host can connect with this product to perform
administration task. You can use subnet mask bits "/nn" notation to specified a group of
trusted IP addresses for example, "10.1.2.0/24".
NOTE: When Remote Administration is enabled, the web server port will be shifted to 80.
You can change web server port to other port, too.
3.
Discard PING from WAN side: When this feature is enabled, any host on the WAN
cannot ping this product.
4.
DoS Attack Detection: When this feature is enabled, the router will detect and log the
DoS attack comes from the Internet. Currently, the router can detect the following DoS
attack: SYN Attack, WinNuke, Port Scan, Ping of Death, Land Attack etc.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.4. Advanced Setting
3.2.4.1.System Log
This page support two methods to export system logs to specific destination by means of
syslog (UDP) and SMTP(TCP). The items you have to setup including:
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1.
IP Address for Sys log : Host IP of destination where sys log will be sent to. Check
Enable to enable this function.
2.
E-mail Alert Enable : Check if you want to enable Email alert (send syslog via email).
3.
SMTP Server IP and Port : Input the SMTP server IP and port, which are connected with
':'. If you do not specify port number, the default value is 25.
For example, "mail.your_url.com" or "192.168.1.100:26".
4.
Send E-mail alert to: The recipients who will receive these logs, you can assign more
than 1 recipient, using ';' or ',' to separate these email addresses.
5.
E-mail Subject : The subject of email alert, this setting is optional. Click on
“Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
3.2.4.2.Dynamic DNS
To host your server on a changing IP address, you have to use dynamic domain name service
(DDNS). So that anyone wishing to reach your host only needs to know the name of it.
Dynamic DNS will map the name of your host to your current IP address, which changes each
time you connect your Internet service provider.
Before you enable Dynamic DNS, you need to register an account on one of these Dynamic
DNS servers that we list in Provider field.
To enable Dynamic DNS click the check box next to Enable in the DDNS field. Next you have
to enter the appropriate information about your Dynamic DNS Serve .Provider, Host Name,
Username/E-mail, and Password/Key. You can get this information when you register an
account on a Dynamic DNS server.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.4.3.QOS
Provide different priority to different users or data flows, or guarantee a certain level of
performance.
1.
QOS Control: Check Enable to enable this function.
2.
Bandwidth of Upstream: Set the limitation of upstream bandwidth
3.
Local IP : Ports: Define the Local IP address and ports of packets
4.
Remote IP : Ports: Define the Remote IP address and ports of packets
5.
QoS Priority: This defines the priority level of the current Policy Configuration. Packets
associated with this policy will be serviced based upon the priority level set. For critical
applications High or Normal level is recommended. For non-critical applications select a
Low level.
6.
Enable: Check to enable the corresponding QOS rule.
7.
User Rule#: The QoS rule can work with Scheduling Rule number#. Please refer to the
Section 3.1.4.7 Schedule Rule.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.4.4.SNMP
In brief, SNMP, the Simple Network Management Protocol, is a protocol designed to give a
user the capability to remotely manage a computer network by polling and setting terminal
values and monitoring network events.
1.
Enable SNMP : You must check “Local”, “Remote” or both to enable SNMP function. If
“Local” is checked, this device will response request from LAN. If “Remote” is checked,
this device will response request from WAN.
2.
Get Community: The community of GetRequest that this device will respond.
3.
Set Community : The community of SetRequest that this device will accept.
4.
IP 1, IP 2, IP 3, IP 4: Enter the IP addresses of your SNMP Management PCs. User has to
configure to where this device should send SNMP Trap message.
5.
SNMP Version: Select proper SNMP Version that your SNMP Management software
supports.
6.
WAN Access IP Address : If you want to limit the remote SNMP access to specific
computer, please enter the PC’s IP address. The default value is 0.0.0.0, and it means
that any internet connected computer can get some information of the device with SNMP
protocol.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.4.5.Routing
If you have more than one routers and subnets, you will need to enable routing table to allow
packets to find proper routing path and allow different subnets to communicate with each other.
The routing table allows you to determine which physical interface address to use for outgoing
IP data grams.
1.
Dynamic Routing: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) will exchange information about
destinations for computing routes throughout the network. Please select RIPv2 only if you
have different subnet in your network. Otherwise, please select RIPv1 if you need this
protocol.
2.
Static Routing: For static routing, you can specify up to 8 routing rules. You can enter the
destination IP address, subnet mask, Router, and hop for each routing rule, and then
enable or disable the rule by checking or un-checking the Enable checkbox.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.4.6.System Time
1.
Time Zone: Select a time zone where this device locates.
2.
Auto-Synchronization: Check the “Enable” checkbox to enable this function. Besides,
you can select a NTP time server to consult UTC time.
3.
Sync with Time Server: Click on the button if you want to set Date and Time by NTP
Protocol manually.
4.
Sync with my PC: Click on the button if you want to set Date and Time using PC’s Date
and Time manually.
.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.4.7.Scheduling
You can set the schedule time to decide which service will be turned on or off.
1.
Schedule: Check to enable the schedule rule settings.
2.
Add New Rule: To create a schedule rule, click the “Add New Rule” button. You can edit
the Name of Rule, Policy, and set the schedule time (Week day, Start Time, and End
Time). The following example configures “ftp time” as everyday 14:10 to 16:20.
Click on “Save” to store your settings or click “Undo” to give up the changes.
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3.2.5. Tool Box
3.2.5.1.System Info
You can view the System Information and System log, and download/clear the System log, in
this page.
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3.2.5.2.Firmware Upgrade
You can upgrade firmware by clicking “Upgrade” button.
3.2.5.3.Backup Setting
You can backup your settings by clicking the “Backup Setting” function item and save it as a
bin file. Once you want to restore these settings, please click Firmware Upgrade button and
use the bin file you saved.
3.2.5.4.Reset to Default
You can also reset this device to factory default settings by clicking the Reset to default function
item.
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3.2.5.5.Reboot
You can also reboot this device by clicking the Reboot function item.
3.2.5.6.Miscellaneous
Domain Name or IP address for Ping Test
Allow you to configure an IP, and ping the device. You can ping a specific IP to test whether it
is alive.
Power Saving in Battery Mode
Enable this option to activate power saving policy when power is supplied by
battery. .
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4. Troubleshooting
This Chapter provides solutions to problems for the installation and operation of the
YOYORouter. You can refer to the following if you are having problems.
4.1. Basic Problems
YOYORouter does not switch on – indicator lights all off
x The battery may be fully discharged – connect the charger and try again
x The battery may be incorrectly inserted – check that the gold contacts on the battery
line up with the contacts in the battery compartment
How to reset YOYORouter to factory state
Your YOYORouter can be reset to its factory state. This is useful if you have changed and
forgotten the W-Fi network name (SSID) or Wi-Fi password.
To reset YOYORouter:
1. Switch on YOYORouter in Modem mode
2. Locate the Reset switch on the rear of YOYORouter B1.
3. Use a pencil or other tool, insert it in the Reset hole and gently press the Reset switch
for at least 8 seconds.
4. YOYORouter restarts.
After Reset, YOYORouter will make its default configuration, which is suitable for most users.
If necessary, re-configure your YOYORouter to your own needs.
The Wi-Fi network will have been changed to a network name (SSID) like YOYORouter-12-34
where the numbers are particular to your example and printed on the label on the device itself
and the carton in which it was supplied. The password is also printed on the label.
4.2. Wi-Fi Problems
I cannot find the Wi-Fi network
By default, YOYORouter’s Wi-Fi network name (SSID) is like YOYORouter-12-34 where the
numbers are particular to your example and printed on the label on the device itself and the
carton in which it was supplied.
x
x
Try moving closer to YOYORouter
On the device you are trying to connect, request it to re-scan for networks and see if
YOYORouter-xx-xx appears.
If you have configured your YOYORouter to hide the SSID, it will not appear in the network list
on any device you try to connect.
x You must select manual configuration and enter the network name and password.
x Or you must change the setting Advanced > Wireless > SSID Broadcast to Enable
(you need a device connected to YOYORouter to be able to access the settings)
I can’t connect to the Wi-Fi network
x Move YOYORouter and the wireless client into the same room, and then test the
wireless connection.
x Turn off YOYORouter and the client, then restart it and then turn on the client again.
x Make sure that you have selected the YOYORouter network.
x Make sure you have entered the correct password.
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x
x
x
x
x
If the client device needs you to enter authentication and encryption explicitly, enter
WPA2 and AES (default YOYORouter settings)
If WPA2/AWS does not work, try WPA and TKIP (also works with default YOYORouter
settings)
Disable all security settings such as WPA and MAC Address Control. If you are now
able to connect, you must re-enable security controls that work with your client.
Ensure that the LEDs are indicating normally. If not, make sure that the AC power
adaptor is connected.
If you are using other wireless device, home security systems or ceiling fans, lights in
your home, your wireless connection may degrade dramatically. Keep your product
away from electrical devices that generate RF noise such as microwaves, monitors,
electric motors…
My Wi-Fi connection drops or is unreliable
x Position YOYORouter and clients closer together
x Avoid solid walls and other obstructions which reduce the range of the Wi-Fi signal
x Try different antenna orientations for the YOYORouter – stand the device vertically for
example.
x Try to keep YOYORouter at least 15cm away from the wall or other objects.
x Try changing the channel on the YOYORouter to avoid interference from other Wi-Fi
networks. (By default YOYORouter tries to find a channel with low interference)
x Keep YOYORouter and clients away from electrical devices that generate RF noise,
like microwave ovens, audio and TV senders, electric motors, etc.
I have lost the Wi-Fi password
x The default network password is printed on the device label and on the label affixed to
the carton in which the device was packaged.
I need to connect a device that does not support WPA or WPA2 /
I want to run YOYORouter in Open or WEP security mode
YOYORouter’s default configuration is to accept connection using WPA(TKIP) or WPA2(AES).
To change YOYORouter to open or WEP mode:
1. Connect to YOYORouter using a device that does support WPA or WPA2 and enter
the WPA password printed on the device’s label, or connect using Ethernet.
2. Open the browser at 192.168.1.1,
3. Log in and use the configuration wizard or change settings Advanced > Basic >
Wireless > Authentication & Encryption to suit the device that you need to connect.
4. Allow YOYORouter to reboot
5. Reconnect using the new security settings.
I changed the default Wi-Fi password and cannot remember what password I set
x You must reset YOYORouter to factory state.
x Connect using the default network password printed on the device label and on the
label affixed to the carton in which the device was packaged
x Open the browser at 192.168.1.1 and log in (password: admin)
x Make any necessary configurations again using the Wizard or the Advanced
configuration pages.
I cannot locate the default password for my YOYORouter
The default network password is printed on the device label and on the label affixed to the
carton in which the device was packaged. If these labels are missing or damaged:
x Contact YOYOMotion. If possible please supply the MAC address, serial number or
IMEI of the device in question.
I am connected to the YOYORouter Wi-Fi network but cannot access the configuration
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pages
By default the configuration pages are reached by opening the browser on a connected device
and selecting 192.168.1.1
x
If you previously changed the IP address range, for example to 192.168.123.254, you
must use this address to access the configuration pages
x
If you changed the IP address and no longer know the new setting, you should
perform a factory re-set and then reconfigure your YOYORouter.
4.3. Problems with the Mobile Broadband Connection
YOYORouter isn’t connecting to Mobile Broadband
Basics:
x
Make sure that the SIM is correctly inserted in your USB Modem
x
Check on the Status page that the USB Modem is recognized by YOYORouter
x
If the SIM needs a PIN code, use the configuration wizard to enter the PIN to
YOYORouter.
x
Check that there is mobile service at your location
The default connection profile suits most users, however you may need to select an
alternative:
1. Access the configuration wizard by selecting 192.168.1.1 in your browser
2. At the 3G step, select Manual for Dial-Up Profile
3. Select your country
4. Select your mobile operator. If there are several listings, select the one that most
closely corresponds with your subscription (for example, PrePay). If you have special
settings or your operator is not shown, select Others and enter the details manually.
5. Complete the wizard
6. Allow YOYORouter to restart
7. Check if a connection can now be made.
Note: If you need to ask your mobile operator for settings, you will need the following:
x
APN (Access Point Name)*
x
Username
x
Password
x
Primary DNS
x
Secondary DNS
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* indicates mandatory items. In most cases only APN is needed; DNS is rarely required.
Note: the number to dial is *99#
I have set up my PIN code but YOYORouter still cannot connect
If your SIM has a PIN code, the configuration wizard may not have been able to detect the
settings for the mobile operator.
x
Restart YOYORouter and re-run the wizard
x
Configure YOYORouter manually
Or
My Mobile Internet connection drops unexpectedly
x
Position your YOYORouter so that the signal strength is as strong as possible
x
Check that the Connection Control setting at Advanced > Basic > Network Setup >
Connection Control is set to Auto Reconnect (always-on)
My Mobile Broadband connection is very slow (2G service)
If the connection is using a 2G network, then the very fastest you can expect is around
200kbps download (EDGE) or 54kbps (GPRS).
x
Try moving YOYORouter to a window or different location to pick up a 3G signal. (3G
network operate at higher frequencies which penetrate buildings less well than 2G)
By default, YOYORouter always selects a 3G network when available (auto mode). It is
possible to select 2G only or 3G only service.
x
Check that YOYORouter is not in Preferred Service Mode 2G Only or 2G First;
preferred mode is Auto Mode.
Some network operators only provide 3G service for Mobile Broadband devices.
x
You must relocate YOYORouter to a position where 3G service is available
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My Mobile Broadband connection is very slow (3G service)
x
Try moving YOYORouter to a window or different location to pick up stronger 3G
signal.
Network Type in the Status Page indicates N/A
x
YOYORouter is unable to obtain the network type (UMTS, EDGE, etc) from the USB
Modem.
4.4. Other Problems
I cannot access the wizard – message “Query Status… Please wait a moment…
x You can return to the status screen by using the URL
http://192.168.1.1/status.htm?rc=
My USB modem is not listed
Manufacturers sometimes produce the same device with different model numbers, for
example due to case colour. Models not listed may operate due to similarity with a model that
has been tested. Testing an unlisted model is at your own risk.
My USB Modem is branded by my Mobile Operator
USB modems are frequently branded by the mobile operator. Check the documentation,
device labels, packaging and web support for the device, or ask your mobile operator for the
generic manufacturer and model.
My USB Modem has a microSD Card slot. Can I access the card via YOYORouter EE1?
x Sorry, YOYORouter does not support this feature.
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Appendix A Licensing information
This product includes copyrighted third-party software licensed under the terms of the GNU
General Public License. Please refer to the GNU General Public License below to check the
detailed terms of this license.
The following parts of this product are subject to the GNU GPL, and those software packages
are copyright by their respective authors.
Linux-2.6.21 system kernel
busybox - V1.3.2
BridgeUtil - bridge-utils-1.1.tar.gz
DHCP20175 - svn://busybox.net/trunk/udhcp Revision = 20175
DNRD - V2.17
IPTables142 - V1.4.2
L2TP - rp-l2tp-0.4.tar.gz
PPP - ppp-2.4.4.tar.gz
PPPoE - rp-pppoe-3.8.tar.gz
PPTP - pptp-1.7.1.tar.gz
SNMP -
ucd-snmp Version: 4.1.2
IPRoute2 - http://developer.osdl.org/dev/iproute2 iproute2-2.6.11-050330
WirelessTool - wireless_tools.28.tar.gz
ZebraRouting - zebra-0.95.tar.gz
Availability of source code
Please visit our web site or contact us to obtain more information.
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