ENCORE ENHWI-N router

ENCORE ENHWI-N router
ENHWI-N
ENCORE 802.11n Wireless Router
User Manual
FCC Certifications
Federal Communication Commission 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 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 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.
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.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this 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.
CE Mark Warning
This equipment complies with the requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility,
EN 55022 class B for ITE, the essential protection requirement of Council Directive
89/336/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to
electromagnetic compatibility.
Company has an on-going policy of upgrading its products and it may be possible that
information in this document is not up-to-date. Please check with your local distributors for
the latest information. No part of this document can be copied or reproduced in any form
without written consent from the company.
Trademarks:
All trade names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies.
Copyright © Encore Electronics, Inc. 2007, All Rights Reserved.
Table of Contents
General Description ····································································································· 1
Key Features ··············································································································· 2
The Front Panel ··········································································································· 3
The Rear Panel ··········································································································· 4
Power Connection ································································································ 4
Restore Default Button ························································································· 4
Network configuration setup ························································································ 5
Computer configuration setup······················································································ 5
Wireless Router configuration setup ············································································ 7
Network Setting ··········································································································· 9
WAN Interface Setup ···························································································· 9
LAN Interface Setup ··························································································· 13
QoS Settings ······································································································ 15
Wireless Settings ······································································································· 17
Basic Settings····································································································· 17
Advanced Settings······························································································ 18
Security Settings································································································· 20
Access Control ··································································································· 23
WDS Settings ····································································································· 25
WPS Settings ····································································································· 27
NAT Settings·············································································································· 29
NAT Settings······································································································· 29
Virtual Server······································································································ 30
Virtual DMZ········································································································· 32
Firewall Settings ········································································································ 33
IP Filter ··············································································································· 33
Port Filter ············································································································ 35
MAC Filter ·········································································································· 37
Website Filter······································································································ 38
Services Settings ······································································································· 39
DDNS Settings ··································································································· 39
UPnP Settings ···································································································· 40
System Log Settings··························································································· 41
Date/Time Settings ····························································································· 42
Management·············································································································· 43
Admin Account···································································································· 43
Ping Test············································································································· 44
Config ················································································································· 44
Firmware Upgrade······························································································ 45
Information················································································································· 45
System Information····························································································· 45
Packet Statistics ································································································· 46
Routing Table······································································································ 46
System Log ········································································································ 47
Logout························································································································ 47
Logout ················································································································ 47
Reboot················································································································ 47
Unpacking Information
Thank you for purchasing ENCORE 802.11n Wireless Router. Before you start, please
check all the contents of this package.
The product package should include the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
One Wireless Router
One power adapter
One User Manual (CD)
One detachable antenna
Introduction To Wireless Router
General Description
The ENCORE 802.11n Wireless Router is compatible with IEEE802.11n standard, which
supports data rate up to 300 Mbps in 2.4 GHz band, which is also compatible with IEEE
802.11g/b wireless devices. The router allows multiple users to share one broadband
connection, as well as secures your private network. With its built-in 4-port switch and
wireless AP, LAN users can share files, printers, or playing network games all at a
blazing speed.
To provide a secure wireless network, this router supports wireless data encryption with
64/128-bit WEP, WPA and WPA2. Network Address Translation (NAT) Firewall is also
support to shield your communications and network from hackers and wireless
eavesdroppers.
The Wireless Router built-in with 4-port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch is the latest
generation of Wireless router product for Home/Office and SOHO users. This
full-feature and self-contained compact Wireless Router will be fully for broadband
access in both of LAN and Wireless environment. This device has been specifically
designed to provide LAN and Wireless users the most cost-effective method with
multiple accesses to the Internet at the cost of a single public IP address(IP Sharing)
and enjoy the true Plug-and-Play installation. Moreover, the built-in 4-port 10/100Mbps
switch lets users plug the network cable into the device without buying additional switch.
This device is also an Access Point. It has a built-in wireless LAN. Users can connect to
Internet using wireless network interfaces anywhere within the range of its radio
transmission. It’s ideal for SOHO users who require instant and convenient access to
Internet without the restriction of connecting cables.
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Key Features
The switch provides the following key features:
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Compatible with IEEE 802.11n, 802.11g/b wireless standards.
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Provides three 802.11n/g/b wireless Reverse SMA detachable antennas
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High speed transfer data rate up to 300Mbps
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Supports wireless data encryption with 64/128-bit WEP, WPA and WPA2
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Supports authentication for wireless connectivity based on ESSID
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Supports Multiple BSSID.
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Provides MAC access control and hidden SSID function
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WDS supported with WEP, TKIP and AES encryption
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Channel: USA 11, Europe 13
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Supports NAT IP Sharing
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Supports WAN connection type-Static IP, PPPoE, PPTP, & DHCP client
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SPI Anti-DoS Firewall; Virtual DMZ; DNS relay; UPnP
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Provides DHCP server and client
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Supports ALG for FTP, NetMeeting, DDNS (DynDNS, TZO)
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Supports QoS:WMM
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Supports firmware upgrade function via Web
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Supports system log
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Certifications: FCC Class B, CE Mark, VCCI Class B
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The Front Panel
The front panel of the Wireless Router:
LED Definitions
z Status LED
The LED will be dark for a few seconds when the system is started. After that, the LED
will blink periodically to show the Wireless Router is working normally. If the LED stays
green/dark that means the system failed, you need to contact your agent or try to
reboot the system.
z WLAN LED
I. When Wireless AP is ready for data transmitting and receiving, it is steady green.
II. When the data is transmitting or receiving, it is blinking green.
z LAN LEDs
Every port has an Act/Link LED. Steady green (link state) indicates that the port has
good linkage to its associated devices. Flashing green indicates that the port is
receiving or transmitting data between its associated devices.
z WAN LED
The LED stays light (green) means the WAN port has good linkage to its associated
devices.
The LED will blink green when there is traffic transverse the port.
z Setup Button
We provide this setup button to help users connecting this router to Internet quickly.
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The Rear Panel
The rear panel of the Wireless Router is shown below.
Power Connection
Plug the circle end of the power adapter firmly into the rear panel of the Wireless Router,
and the other end put into an electric service outlet then the system is ready.
Restore Default Button
1.
Push the button for more than 5 seconds and then release it, the system will return
to factory default setting. In the meantime, system rewrites flash to default value and
Status LED halts for a while. Approximately 60 seconds later, the Status LED blinks
green periodically, now the whole system parameters have returned to factory
default value. If the process has been interrupted by any reason (power off…), the
system will fail. Before performing the process, ensure a safe operating environment
please!
2.
To reboot the Router, press the button for 2-5 seconds and then release it, and all
the setting won’t be erased. Wait for the Router to complete the reboot, and then
you can start to use it.
Warning:Incomplete factory setting recovery procedure will cause the Wireless Router
malfunction!If you are unfortunately in this situation, do not try to repair it by
yourself. Consult your local distributor for help!
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Installing And Using Wireless Router
This Chapter provides a step-by-step guide to the installation and configuration of the
Wireless Router. We suggest you go over the whole chapter and then do more advanced
operation.
Network configuration setup
Steps to build up the network:
¾ Connect the ADSL or Cable modem to the Ethernet WAN port on the back of the
Wireless Router by using the UTP cable.
¾ Connect the phone line from the wall socket to the line-in port on the ADSL modem,
or the coaxial cable to the line-in port on the Cable modem.
¾ Plug-in the power adapter to the modem and turn on the power. Install the Ethernet
card into the computer by referring to the User Guide that came with the card.
¾ Connect the computer to the Wireless Router by using standard twisted-pair Ethernet
cable from the computer’s Ethernet card to an 10/100Mbps Ethernet port on the back
of the Wireless Router.
¾ Plug-in the power adapter to the Router and the other side to the wall outlet.
Computer configuration setup
In order to communicate with this Wireless Router, you have to configure the IP
addresses of your computer to be compatible with the device. The router supports
DHCP server and it is enabled as default. Users that configure your IP address as
“Obtain an IP address automatically” may skip the following IP configuration
instruction.
Note:
1. The default network setting of the device:
IP address:
Subnet Mask:
DHCP Server:
192.168.1.1
255.255.255.0
enabled
2. In the following TCP/IP configuration guide, the IP address “192.168.1.2 ” is
assumed to be your IP address if you want to specify IP addresses manually. Please
DO NOT choose “192.168.1.1” for the IP address (192.168.1.1) has been set as the
default IP for this device.
3. The following TCP/IP configuration guide uses windows XP as the presumed
operation system.
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Procedures to configure IP addresses for your computer
1. If you are in Classic Start menu view, click Start > Settings > Control Panel >
Network Connections. If you are in Start menu view, click Start > Control Panel >
Network Connections.
2. Double click Local Area Connection.
3. Choose Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties.
4. You may choose “Obtain an IP address automatically”(recommend) to get IP address
automatically or choose “Use the following IP address” to specify IP addresses
manually. Please click the OK button after your configuration.
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Management
Wireless Router configuration setup
In order to make the whole network operate successfully, it is necessary to configure the
Wireless Router through your computer has a WEB browser installed. Please follow up
the steps listed below.
1. Double click the Internet WEB browser icon on your desktop screen (Netscape
Communicator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 3.0 or update version)
2. Type 192.168.1.1 into the URL WEB address location and press Enter.
3. The Login Name and Password Required window appears.
- Select Administrator in the Login Name drop list (default value).
- Enter admin in the Password location (default value).
- Click Login button.
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4. The Graphic User Interface
After the password authorization, the Information page shows up as the home page of
the Graphic User interface. You may click on each folder on left column of each page
to get access to each configuration page.
Note: Please note that you should click the Save Settings button to apply your
configuration to this device. You can also restore the default settings by clicking the
Reset Settings button.
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Network Setting
WAN Interface Setup
This page allows users to configure those parameters for connecting to Internet. You
may select the WAN Access Type from the “My Connection type” column and
configure parameters for each mode.
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Static IP Mode
Items
Information
IP Address, Subnet Mask and Fill in the IP address, Subnet Mask and
Default Gateway that provided by your
Default Gateway
Internet Service Provider (ISP).
nd
To specify the Domain Name Server (DNS).
Primary and 2 DNS server
Enter the DNS provided by your ISP in 1st
and 2nd server.
To enable the Maximum Transmission Unit
Static IP MTU
of Router setup. Any packet over this
number will be chopped up into suitable
size before sending. Larger number will
enhance the transmission performance.
Enter the MTU number in the blank to set
the limitation (default 1500bytes).
Name of this device.
Host Name
Mark the check box to enable others
Ping from WAN
detecting this device from WAN, and clear
the checkbox to disable.
Select to use the following MAC as the
WAN Ethernet MAC
MAC while serving Internet:
Original MAC: the MAC of the device.
Manual Settings: the MAC of your
computer. Click on the words in the bracket
to clone your computer MAC in the blank.
You can also change the MAC numbers if
you need.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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DHCP Client Mode
Items
Set DNS server
Information
If your DNS provide by ISP is dynamic, choose
“Automatically”, if not choose “Manually” and enter the
DNS provided by your ISP in DNS 1, 2.
To enable the Maximum Transmission Unit of Router
DHCP MTU
setup. Any packet over this number will be chopped
up into suitable size before sending. Larger number
will enhance the transmission performance.
Enter your MTU number in the text-box to set the
limitation (default 1500bytes).
Name of this device.
Host Name
Mark the check box to enable others detecting this
Ping from WAN
device from WAN, and clear the checkbox to disable.
WAN Ethernet MAC Select to use the following MAC as the MAC while
serving Internet:
Original MAC: the MAC of the device.
Manual Settings: the MAC of your computer. Click on
the words in the bracket to clone your computer MAC
in the blank. You can also change the MAC numbers if
you need.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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PPPoE Mode
Items
Information
PPPoE Username and Fill in the User Name and Password that provided
by your ISP. The default username/password is
Password
USERNAME/PASSWORD.
If your DNS provide by ISP is dynamic, choose
Set DNS server
“Automatically”, if not, choose “Manually” and enter
the DNS provided by your ISP in DNS 1, 2.
To enable the Maximum Transmission Unit of
PPPoE MTU
Router setup. Any packet over this number will be
chopped up into suitable size before sending.
Larger number will enhance the transmission
performance.
Enter your MTU number in the text-box to set the
limitation (default 1492 bytes).
Name of this device.
Host Name
Mark the check box to enable others detecting this
Ping form WAN
device from WAN, and clear the checkbox to
disable.
Select to use the following MAC as the MAC while
WAN Ethernet MAC
serving Internet:
Original MAC: the MAC of the device.
Manual Settings: the MAC of your computer. Click
on the words in the bracket to clone your computer
MAC in the blank. You can also change the MAC
numbers if you need.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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LAN Interface Setup
To set up the configuration of LAN interface, private IP of you router LAN port and
subnet mask for your LAN segment.
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Router Settings
Items
IP address
Subnet Mask
DNS Proxy
Information
The IP of your Router LAN port (default 192.168.1.1).
Subnet Mask of you LAN (default 255.255.255.0).
DNS proxy takes DNS queries from the local network and
forwards them to an Internet DNS. Mark the check box to
enable DNS Proxy function or clear to disable.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
DHCP Server Settings
Items
Information
Enable DHCP Server To give your LAN Client an IP, you have to enable DHCP
server. If not, manual setting up your client IP is necessary
when you want to use the router as your client’s default
gateway.
Specify the DHCP Client IP address range default
DHCP IP Range
(100~150).
The time for the device to recycle and give out DHCP IP
DHCP Lease Time
(default 86400).
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
DHCP Server Settings
The information of type, hostname, MAC, IP, description and expire time of the
DHCP clients that have connected with this device.
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QoS Settings
The QoS (Quality of Service) Settings page provides different priority to different users
or data flows.
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Total Bandwidth Settings
You can setup the total upload/ download bandwidth manually (default 102400).
Bandwidth QoS Settings
Items
Enable this Rule
Type
LAN IP Address
Priority
Bandwidth
Comment
Action
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to disable.
Select the type of download or upload.
Fill in the MAC address that you are going to control.
Select the transmission priority of low, medium, high,
or highest.
Fill in the minimum and maximum bandwidth.
Give a definition to the LAN IP Address.
After configuring the above settings, click Add to add
a new list in the following MAC Access Control List.
The Change button can be used to change the
configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table to
save/reset the configurations.
Bandwidth QoS Settings
Lists the Bandwidth QoS Settings you have added before. Click on the list to
change configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
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Wireless Settings
Basic Settings
You can set up the configuration of your Wireless and monitor the Wireless Clients
associate with your AP.
Items
Enable Wireless
Information
Mark the checkbox to enable Wireless interface or
uncheck to disable.
To select a band for this device to match 802.11g/b/n
Wireless Mode
mixed, 802.11g/b mixed, 802.11b, 802.11g, or 802.11n.
Select the region you live.
Country
Wireless Channel Select a channel for the wireless network of this device.
Service set identifier for the name of the wireless
SSID
network.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table to
save/reset the configurations.
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Advanced Settings
You can set advanced wireless LAN parameters of this router. We recommend not
changing these parameters unless you know what changes will be there on this
router.
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General Wireless Advance Settings
Items
Hide SSID
Information
Mark to disable SSID from broadcasting. As default,
this device broadcasts its SSID to allow every
wireless station located within the coverage of this
wireless router to discover this wireless router easily.
The period of time a beacon is broadcasted (default
Beacon Period
100ms).
The beacon of a Delivery Traffic Indication Message
DTIM Period
is broadcasted (default 1 beacon).
If the packet size is smaller than the Request To
RTS Threshold
Send threshold, the wireless router will not send this
packet by using the RTS/CTS mechanism (default
2347 bytes).
Fragment Threshold Specifies the maximum size of packet during the
data transition. A higher value brings a better
performance (default 2346 bytes)
Select the Transmission Power of very weak, weak,
Tx Power
medium, and strong according to your demand.
Allows the adapters search for 802.11g/b singles
g/b Protection
only. Select “Auto” to turns it on or off automatically,
select “Always On” to support protection or select
“Always Off” to disable this function.
To enable/disable Wi-Fi Multimedia function.
Support WMM
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
802.11n Wireless advance Settings
Items
HT Operation Mode
Information
Select the mixed or green field mode as the
Hyper Throughput operation mode.
Select the 40MHz or 20MHz as the channel
HT Channel Bandwidth
bandwidth.
Select 400ns or 800ns as the interval time.
HT Guard Interval
Enable HT TX Aggregate Mark to enable Hyper Throughput TX Aggregate
MAC Service Data Unit, and clear to disable.
MSDU
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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Security Settings
The Security function protects your wireless network from invasion. We provide WEP
and WPA encryption to secure your wireless network. As default, the authentication is
configured as safe mode. Please select None/WEP/WPA (Personal) in the drop list. If
you select none, any data will be transmitted without encryption and any station can
access the router.
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WEP Configuration
Items
Authentication
Default Key ID
WEP Key 1, 2, 3 and 4
Information
Open: Wireless AP can associate with this
wireless router without WEP encryption.
Shared Key: Wireless AP can associate with
this wireless router only with WEP encryption.
Select to use the WEP key value of 1,2,3 or 4
as in the following settings.
Select ASCII or Hex to setup the key value
(default 012345).
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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WPA Configuration
Items
WPA Mode
Information
Select the option in the drop list to enable
modes of auto, WPA only, or WPA2 only.
Select TKIP / AES, TKIP or AES as WPA
WPA Encryption
encryption.
Select the key format of Pass Phrase or
Pre-Shared Key
Hex.
Enter the Pre-Shared Key according to
the key format you select (default
01234567).
To enable/disable WPA rekey method by
WPA ReKey Method
time or by packet.
Enter the numbers to setup the WPA
WPA ReKey Interval
rekey interval.
Pairwise Master Key Cache Select 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60, or 120
minuets as the cache interval time.
Interval
this
checkbox
to
enable
Pre-Authentication Support Mark
pre-authentication function, and clear to
disable.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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Access Control
To restrict the Number of Access authentication of Stations, set up the control list in
this page. You may select “Allow Listed” to allow those allowed MAC addresses or
select “Deny Listed” to ban those MAC addresses from accessing to this device.
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MAC Access Control Settings
Items
Enable this
Rule
MAC Address
Description
Action
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to disable.
Fill in the MAC address that you are going to control.
Give a definition to the MAC Address.
After configuring the above settings, click Add to add a
new list in the following MAC Access Control List. The
Change button can be used to change the
configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
MAC Access Control List
Lists the MAC Access Control Settings you have added before. Click on the list to
change configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
Current Associated Client List
Lists the current associated client connected to this device. Click on the list to add it
into the MAC Access Control List then to do more configurations on it.
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WDS Settings
Wireless Distribution System allows the router to communicate with other APs
wirelessly. To make it work, you must ensure that these APs and the Router are in the
same Channel and add these APs MAC Address and Comment values into the WDS
list.
AP+WDS (AP Repeater)
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WDS (AP Bridge)
Auto (AP Bridge)
Items
WDS
Information
Select the option in the drop list to enable AP+WDS
(AP Repeater), WDS (AP Bridge) or Auto (AP Bridge)
as WDS format.
Encryption Type Select the option in the drop list to enable WEP,
WPA/TKIP, and WPA/AES encryption types. If you
select None, any data will be transmitted without
encryption and any station can access the router.
WPA Encryption For encryption type of WPA/TKIP and WPA/AES, you
have to fill in the WPA encryption key. Please use
Key
Pass Phrase (8~32bytes) key format.
For encryption type of WPA/TKIP and WPA/AES, you
WDS AP MAC
have to fill in the WDS AP MAC. You can fill up to 4
List
sets of WDS AP MAC lists.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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WPS Settings
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WPS Connection Settings
Items
WPS Config Method
Add Enrollee PIN Code
Information
PIN
method
(Personal
Identification
Number): read the PIN from either a sticker
on the new STA or a display.
PBC method (Push Button Communication):
in which the user simply has to push a
button, either an actual or virtual one, on
both the AP and the new STA.
Fill in the PIN code to enrollee device. Click
on Build WPS Connection button to
execute.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
WPS Information
Shows the information of WPA configured, status, SSID, authentication mode, and
pre-shared key. Click on Refresh button to refresh the information.
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NAT Settings
NAT Settings
NAT (Network Address Translation) involves re-writing the source and/or destination
addresses of IP packets as they pass through a Router or firewall. NAT enable
multiple hosts on a private network to access the Internet using a single public IP
address.
NAT & ALG Settings
Click on the checkbox to enable NAT function, IPSec (IP Security), PPTP
(point-to-point tunneling protocol), and L2TP (layer 2 tunneling protocol) pass
through on Virtual Private Network (VPN), or clear to disable. Fill in the port number
in the Non-standard FTP port blank if you need.
ALG Settings
Click on the checkbox to enable SIP (session initiation protocol), NetMeeting,
Window Messenger File Transfer, and StarCraft/Battle.net ALG.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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Virtual Server
After marking or clearing the enable checkbox, it takes 5 seconds for this device to
refresh the page.
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Virtual Server Settings
Items
Enable this Rule
Application Select
WAN Port
Protocol
LAN Server IP
LAN Port
Action
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to
disable.
Select an application for your demand.
Fill in the port number of WAN.
Select the protocol type of TCP, UDP or Both
Fill in the IP of your LAN Server.
Fill in the port number of LAN.
After configure the above settings, click Add to add
a new list in the following IP Filter Rule List. The
Change button can be used to change the
configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
Virtual Server Mapping List
Lists the Virtual Server Settings you have added before. Click on the list to change
configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
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Virtual DMZ
The virtual DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) is used to enable protocols, which need to open
ports on the router. The router will forward all unspecified incoming traffic to the host
specified in this page. To configure it, mark to enable and then enter the Host IP
(private IP address) and click Save Settings to enact the setting.
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Firewall Settings
IP Filter
The Wireless Router could filter the outgoing packets for security or management
consideration. You can set up the filter against the IP addresses to block specific internal
users from accessing the Internet. After marking or clearing the enable checkbox, it takes 5
seconds for this device to refresh the page.
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IP Filter Settings
Items
Enable this
Rule
IP Address
Protocol
Filter Mode
Date Define
Time Define
Action
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to disable.
Fill in the IP address that you are going to filter.
Select the protocol type of TCP, UDP or Both
Select the filter mode of Always or by Schedule
For filter mode of by Schedule, you have to define the
filter date and time.
After configure the above settings, click Add to add a
new list in the following IP Filter Rule List. The Change
button can be used to change the configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
IP Filter Rule List
Lists the IP Filter Settings you have added before. Click on the list to change
configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
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Port Filter
The firewall could not only obstruct outside intruders from intruding your system, but
also restricting the LAN users. Port filtering restricts certain type of data packets from
your LAN to Internet through the router. After marking or clearing the enable checkbox,
it takes 5 seconds for this device to refresh the page.
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Port Filter Settings
Items
Information
Enable this Rule Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to disable.
Fill in the port range that you are going to filter. The
Port Range
valid numbers are 1~65535.
Select the protocol type of TCP, UDP or Both
Protocol
Select the filter mode of Always or by Schedule
Filter Mode
For filter mode of by Schedule, you have to define the
Date Define
filter date and time.
Time Define
After configure the above settings, click Add to add a
Action
new list in the following IP Filter Rule List. The
Change button can be used to change the
configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
Port Filter Rule List
Lists the Port Filter Settings you have added before. Click on the list to change
configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
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MAC Filter
The Wireless Router could filter the outgoing packets for security or management
consideration. You can set up the filter against the MAC addresses to block specific
internal users from accessing the Internet. After marking or clearing the enable
checkbox, it takes 5 seconds for this device to refresh the page.
MAC Filter Settings
Items
Enable this Rule
MAC Address
Filter Mode
Date Define
Time Define
Action
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to disable.
Fill in the MAC address that you are going to filter.
Select the filter mode of Always or by Schedule
For filter mode of by Schedule, you have to define the
filter date and time.
After configure the above settings, click Add to add a
new list in the following IP Filter Rule List. The
Change button can be used to change the
configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
MAC Filter Rule List
Lists the MAC Filter Settings you have added before. Click on the list to change
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configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
Website Filter
The Website Filter allows users to prevent certain website from accessing by users in LAN.
This filter will block those websites that contain certain keywords. After marking or clearing
the enable checkbox, it takes 5 seconds for this device to refresh the page.
Website Filter Settings
Items
Enable this Rule
IP Address
Website or Key
Word
Action
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to
disable.
Fill in the local IP address that you want to restrain
it from serving the filtering websites.
Fill in the name or keywords of the website to
block.
After configure the above settings, click Add to
add a new list in the following Website Filter Rule
List. The Change button can be used to change
the configuration.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
Website Filter Rule List
Lists the Website Filter Settings you have added before. Click on the list to change
configuration, or the Delete button to delete the list.
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Services Settings
DDNS Settings
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) service allows users to connect to this device via a
fixed and easy-to–remember hostname.
Items
Enable DDNS
Service Provider
Domain Name
User Name/Email
Password/Key
Confirmed Password
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and clear to
disable.
The website that provides DDNS service.
Please select DynDns.org, No-IP.com or TZO
from the drop list.
The hostname that you have applied for the
device.
DDNS login account. For DynDNS users,
please fill in your user name; for No-IP and
TZO users, please fill in your email address
(default USER).
The password of your DDNS service account
(default PASSWORD).
Retype the password to confirm.
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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UPnP Settings
The UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) service allows devices to connect seamlessly and to
simplify the implementation of networks in the home (data sharing, communications, and
entertainment) and corporate environments. This page allows user to monitor the information
of UPnP clients. Mark or clear the checkbox to enable or disable UPnP IGD, and then click
Save Settings to enact your settings.
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System Log Settings
The System Log Settings page shows the information of the current activities on the router.
Items
System Log
Information
Mark to enable the configuration, and
clear to disable.
Select “cleanup when reboot” or “save
Log Type
log message” as the log type.
Select the log message size of 4, 8, or 32
Log Message Size
Kbytes.
Mark
to
enable
the
following
Remote Log
configuration, and clear to disable.
Remote Log Server Address Fill in the sever address for remote log.
Fill in the sever port for remote log.
Remote Log Server Port
To enable/disable log to remote and local
Log to Remote and Local
* Please click on the Save Settings button or the Reset Settings button on the above table
to save/reset the configurations.
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Date/Time Settings
This page allows users to configure the date and time of the router. To specify manually, select
the date and time from the drop list and click the Save Settings button. To synchronize time
from a timeserver, please enter the update interval hour numbers, select an NTP server from
the drop list or manually enter a private NTP server and then click the Save Settings button.
Mark the Daylight Saving checkbox if you want to apply it on system time.
Manual Time Setting
NTP Time Server
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Management
Admin Account
The admin account is the account for accessing this configuration interface. In this
page, you can reset the password of the admin account and setup a designated IP to
remote control this device.
Remote Administration
Items
Remote Control
Information
Mark this checkbox to allow remote PC accessing
the configuration interface of this router.
HTTP port for remote The HTTP port for accessing this management
interface (default 8080).
The permitted IP for accessing. The default IP
Remote Control IP
0.0.0.0 allows all IP addresses form accessing.
Click on this button to update your setting.
Update button
Admin Accounts
Items
Access Level
Password
Confirm Password
Action
Information
Select an access level of admin or guest.
The new password for the admin account
Fill in the new password again
Click Change button to apply the new password.
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Ping Test
The Ping Test page allows the administrator to test the connecting status of Internet. Fill in the
IP then click on the Ping Test button to view the result information.
Config
The Config page allows users to backup and download the configuration status of the device
or restore the factory default configuration.
Items
Save Settings to File
Load Settings from File
Reset Settings to Default
Information
Click on the Save button to save settings.
Click Browse to select the file and then click
Reload to start the process. Please wait for it
to complete.
Click Reset to Default to start the process and
it will be completed till the status LED starts
blinking.
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Firmware Upgrade
Sometimes a new firmware may be issued to upgrade the system of this device. You
could upgrade the firmware you got in this page. To upgrade the firmware, please
click on the Browse button, locate the firmware in your computer and then click the
Upload button to execute.
Information
System Information
This information page shows the current settings of this device. You could check if the
parameters match your configuration.
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Packet Statistics
This page allows users to get information of data transferring condition, and monitor
the status and performance of this router including interface, receiving/sending
packets, and receiving/sending errors.
Routing Table
This page shows the routing table in this router. Users can get connecting information
including destination, gateway, net mask, flags, metric, ref, use and interface.
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System Log
This page shows the system log information. Click the Refresh button to refresh the
list.
Logout
Logout
Click the Logout button to log out the admin account from this system
Reboot
Click the reboot button to restart this system. This may cost 1 minute to restart the
system. Please wait upon restarting.
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Product Specifications
Standard
Interface
WAN Connection
Cable Connections
Transmission Mode
LED indications
Security
Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
Range Coverage
Emission
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Supply
IEEE 802.11n
IEEE 802.11g,
IEEE 802.11b,
IEEE 802.3,
IEEE 802.3u
LAN: 4 port 10/100Mbps Ethernet, RJ-45
WAN: One RJ45 port
3* 802.11n/g/b wireless reverse SMA detachable antenna
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
RJ-45 (10BASE-T): Category 3,4,5 UTP
RJ-45 (100BASE-TX): Category 5 UTP
Auto-Negotiation (Full-duplex, Half-duplex)
1*Power,
1*WAN,
4*LAN,
1*WLAN
64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2
11Mbps-91dBm, 54Mbps-78dBm,
300mbps -69dBm
11Mbps 19dBm, 54Mbps 16dBm,
11n 20MHz and 11n 40MHz 16dBm
Indoor 35~100 meters
Outdoor 100~300meters.
FCC CLASS B, CE
00 ~ 400C (320 ~ 1040F)
10% - 90% RH non-condensing
External Power Adapter, 12VDC/ 1A
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