Zonet ZSR4174WE router

Zonet ZSR4174WE router
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction..............................................................................1
1.1 Welcome..........................................................................................1
1.2 Features...........................................................................................1
1.3 Package contents...............................................................................1
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation................................................................2
2.1 Panel Layout.....................................................................................2
2.1.1 Top Panel..................................................................................2
2.1.2 Rear Panel................................................................................3
2.1.3 Side Panel................................................................................3
2.2 System Requirements........................................................................4
2.3 Installation Environment Requirements.................................................4
2.4 Hardware Connection.........................................................................5
Chapter 3 Configure your Computer...........................................................6
3.1 TCP/IP Address Setting.......................................................................6
3.1.1 Windows XP..............................................................................6
3.1.2 Windows Vista/7........................................................................8
Chapter 4 Wireless AP Mode(Default)......................................................11
4.1 Log in.............................................................................................11
4.2 Setup Wizard...................................................................................12
4.3 LAN Settings...................................................................................15
4.4 Wireless Settings.............................................................................16
4.4.1 Basic Settings..........................................................................16
4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.........................................................18
4.4.2.1 Mixed WEP...................................................................18
4.4.2.2 WPA-Personal...............................................................19
4.4.2.3 WPA2-Personal.............................................................20
4.4.2.4 Mixed WPA/WPA2-Personal.............................................21
4.4.3 Advanced Settings....................................................................22
4.4.4 WPS Settings...........................................................................23
4.4.5 Access Control.........................................................................24
4.4.6 Connection Status....................................................................25
4.5 System Tools...................................................................................26
4.5.1 Time Settings..........................................................................26
4.5.2 Backup/Restore.......................................................................27
4.5.3 Restore to Factory Default Settings..............................................27
4.5.4 Upgrade..................................................................................28
4.5.5 Reboot...................................................................................28
4.5.6 Change Password.....................................................................29
4.5.7 System Log.............................................................................29
Chapter 5 Client+AP Mode.......................................................................30
5.1 Setup Wizard...................................................................................30
5.2 LAN Settings...................................................................................33
5.3 Wireless Settings.............................................................................33
5.4 System Tools...................................................................................33
Chapter 6 WDS+AP Mode.........................................................................34
6.1 Setup Wizard...................................................................................34
6.2 LAN Settings...................................................................................37
6.3 Wireless Settings.............................................................................37
6.3.1 Basic Settings..........................................................................38
6.3.2 Wireless Security Settings.........................................................38
6.3.3 Advanced Settings....................................................................38
6.3.4 WPS Settings...........................................................................38
6.3.5 WDS Settings..........................................................................39
6.3.6 Access Control.........................................................................40
6.3.7 Connection Status....................................................................40
6.4 System Tools...................................................................................41
Chapter 7 WISP Mode..............................................................................42
7.1 Setup Wizard...................................................................................42
7.2 Advanced Settings...........................................................................48
7.2.1 LAN Settings............................................................................48
7.2.2 WAN Settings...........................................................................49
7.2.2.1 PPPoE..........................................................................49
7.2.2.2 Dynamic IP...................................................................50
7.2.2.3 Static IP.......................................................................50
7.2.2.4 L2TP............................................................................51
7.2.2.5 PPTP............................................................................52
7.2.3 DNS Settings...........................................................................53
7.3 Wireless Settings.............................................................................54
7.4 DHCP Server....................................................................................55
7.4.1 DHCP Server............................................................................55
7.4.2 DHCP Server List & Binding........................................................55
7.5 Virtual Server..................................................................................56
7.5.1 Port Range Forwarding..............................................................56
7.5.2 DMZ Settings...........................................................................57
7.5.3 UPnP Settings..........................................................................57
7.6 Security Settings.............................................................................58
7.6.1 Client Filter..............................................................................58
7.6.2 URL Filter................................................................................59
7.6.3 MAC Filter................................................................................60
7.6.4 Prevent Network Attack.............................................................61
7.6.5 Remote WEB Management.........................................................62
7.6.6 WAN Ping................................................................................63
7.7 Routing Settings..............................................................................64
7.7.1 Routing Table...........................................................................64
7.8 System Tools...................................................................................65
7.8.1 Time Settings..........................................................................65
7.8.2 DDNS.....................................................................................65
7.8.3 Backup/Restore.......................................................................65
7.8.4 Restore to Factory Default Settings..............................................65
7.8.5 Upgrade..................................................................................66
7.8.6 Reboot...................................................................................66
7.8.7 Change Password.....................................................................66
7.8.8 System Log.............................................................................66
Chapter 8 Wireless Router Mode..............................................................67
8.1 Setup Wizard...................................................................................67
8.2 Advanced Settings...........................................................................72
8.2.1 LAN Settings............................................................................72
8.2.2 WAN Settings...........................................................................72
8.2.3 MAC Address Clone...................................................................72
8.2.4 DNS Settings...........................................................................72
8.3 Wireless Settings.............................................................................73
8.4 DHCP Server....................................................................................73
8.5 Virtual Server..................................................................................73
8.6 Security Settings.............................................................................73
8.7 Routing Settings..............................................................................73
8.8 System Tools...................................................................................73
Appendix 1: Product Features & Specifications.........................................74
Appendix 2: Troubleshooting...................................................................76
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Welcome
Thank you for purchasing Zonet ZSR4174WE – 802.11n Portable Access Point/Router.
ZSR4174WE is a portable wireless AP/Router with up to 150Mbps transmission rate. It
supports five working modes: wireless AP, Client+AP, WDS+AP, WISP Router and
Wireless Router. Having wireless AP and wireless Router function, ZSR4174WE is
equipped with a "Mode" button to switch the modes to achieve different wireless access.
In addition, the device can be powered by an alternative power supply through the USB
port to establish wireless networks freely. It also supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2.
The MAC address filter can protect your network against any malicious intrusion.
Moreover, the Web management utility can benefit you to manage the device easily.
ZSR4174WE is the best choice for people always moving and need to search a fast,
secure, easy-to-use, and feature-rich wireless network.
1.2 Features
Supports IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b standards
Provide wireless AP, Client+AP, WDS+AP, WISP Router, Wireless Router mode
Provide 1 WAN/LAN port, 10/100M Auto-Negotiation, supports Auto MDI/MDIX
Provides 150Mbps receiving rate and 150Mbps sending rate
Support basic DHCP server settings
Support remote/local Web management.
Support 64/128 bits WEP and WPA/WPA2 wireless security standard
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) simplify the security setup and management of Wi-Fi®
networks.
External power adapter
1.3 Package Contents
One
One
One
One
One
One
One
ZSR4174WE
CD w/User Manual
Quick Installation Guide
RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
USB Cable
Power Adapter
Protective Travel bag
Contact your local authorized reseller or the store purchased from for any items
damaged and/or missing.
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Chapter 2 Hardware Installation
2.1 Panel Layout
2.1.1 Top Panel
LED Indicator
AP
Client+AP
WDS+AP
WISP Router
Wireless Router
WPS
LAN/WAN
Action
Description
ON
ZSR4174WE is in AP working mode
OFF
ON
AP mode off
ZSR4174WE is in Client+AP working mode
OFF
Client+AP mode off
ON
ZSR4174WE is in WDS+AP working mode
OFF
WDS+AP mode off
ON
ZSR4174WE is in WISP Router working mode
OFF
WISP Router mode off
ON
ZSR4174WE is in Wireless Router working mode
OFF
Wireless Router mode off
Flashing ZSR4174WE is negotiating with the client in WPS mode
OFF
WPS off
ON
ZSR4174WE is well connected
Flashing ZSR4174WE is transmitting data
Note: ZSR4174WE will be ready to use after all lights on the panel blink from left to right and
LAN/WAN light starts to flash.
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2.1.2 Rear Panel
Item Name
POWER
Description
Use the USB cable applied with ZSR4174WE to connect with power
adapter applied or USB port of PC
AP Mode: A LAN 10/100Mbps RJ45 port for connecting to the
router/modem, local PC or switch/hub.
Client+AP Mode: A LAN 10/100Mbps RJ45 port for connecting to the
router/modem, local PC or switch/hub.
LAN/WAN
WDS+AP Mode: A LAN 10/100Mbps RJ45 port for connecting to the
router/modem, local PC or switch/hub.
WISP Router Mode: A LAN 10/100Mbps RJ45 port for connecting to
the router/modem, local PC or switch/hub.
Wireless Router mode: A WAN 10/100Mbps RJ45 port for
connecting to the DSL/Cable Modem generally.
2.1.3 Side Panel
Button Name
WPS/RESET
MODE
Description
Wi-Fi Protection Setup / Factory Default Reset button.
Press and hold the button until WPS indicator flashing
(about 1 second) to enable WPS function.
Press and hold the button for 7 seconds to restore all
settings to factory defaults.
Switching modes to achieve different wireless access
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2.2 System Requirements
Computer or network devices with wired or wireless network interface card
TCP/IP protocol must be installed on each PC
Web browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Computer with an available USB2.0 slot
2.3 Installation Environment Requirements
Do not in direct sunlight or near a heater or heating vent
Do not in cluttered or crowded place. There should be at least 2 inches (5 cm) of clear
space on all sides of ZSR4174WE
Well ventilated (especially if it is in a closet)
Operating temperature: 0°C~40°C
Operating Humidity: 10%~90%RH, Non-condensing
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2.4 Hardware Connection
Note: Before connecting ZSR4174WE, be sure to power off your computer, DSL/Cable modem,
and ZSR4174WE.
1. Connect one end of the cable to
your broadband router, PC or
Switch/Hub port and connect the
other end to the LAN port of
ZSR4174WE.
2. Power on ZSR4174WE by
connecting one end of supplied
USB cable to the power socket of
ZSR4174WE and connecting the
other end with power adapter
applied to the wall socket or USB
port of PC.
3. Power on your wireless device.
4. Please check all LEDs on the top panel.
Corresponding Mode LED should be steadily on
(Default Mode is AP mode)
LAN/WAN LED should be flash if the computer / network
device connected to the ZSR4174WE is powered on and
correctly connected.
Note: If any LED you expected is not on, please recheck the
cabling, or jump to Troubleshooting in User Manual
for possible reasons and solution.
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Chapter 3 Configure your computer
3.1 TCP/IP Address Setting
Default IP Address: 192.168.2.1
Default Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
3.1.1 Windows XP
→
1. Click Start
Control Panel
and Internet Connections
→ Network
2. Click Network Connections.
3. Right click Local Area Connection and
select Properties.
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4. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and
click Properties.
5. Select Obtain an IP address
automatically and Obtain DNS server
address automatically. Click OK to save
the configurations.
6. Or select Use the following IP address
and enter the IP address as 192.168.2.X (X
is from 2 to 253), Subnet mask. Of course,
you need to input the DNS server address
provided by your ISP. Otherwise, you can use
the ZSR4174WE’s default gateway as the
DNS proxy server. Click OK to save the
configurations.
7. Click OK to apply and return to Local Area Connection Properties
page and then click OK to exit the setting window.
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3.1.2 Windows Vista/7
→
1. Click Start
Control Panel
and Internet.
→ Network
2. Click Network and Sharing Center.
3. Click Local Area Connection and then
Local Area Connection Status window will
pop-out.
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4. Click Properties from Local Area
Connection Status.
5. Select Internet Protocol Version 4
(TCP/IPv4) and click Properties.
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6. Select Obtain an IP address
automatically and Obtain DNS server
address automatically. Click OK to save
the configurations.
7. Or select Use the following IP address
and enter the IP address as 192.168.2.X (X
is from 2 to 253), Subnet mask. Of course,
you need to input the DNS server address
provided by your ISP. Otherwise, you can use
the ZSR4174WE’s default gateway as the
DNS proxy server. Click OK to save the
configurations.
8. Click OK to apply and return to Local Area Connection Properties
page and then click OK to exit the setting window.
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Chapter 4 Wireless AP Mode (Default)
4.1 Log in
This section is showing you how to configure your new ZSR4174WE through the
Web-based Configuration Utility.
1. Open an Internet Explorer, type 192.168.2.1 in the address bar, and then press
Enter.
2. Input user name and password and then press OK.
Default User Name: admin
Default Password: admin
3. After login successfully, home page will be displayed.
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4.2 Setup Wizard
Default mode of ZSR4174WE is AP Mode.
1. When Setup Wizard appears, click Next to continue.
2.
Configure Wireless Basic Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.1 Basic Settings.
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3.
Configure Wireless Security Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.
4.
Click Apply and ZSR4174WE will reboot automatically to activate AP mode.
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In AP mode, ZSR4174WE will act as a central hub for different wireless LAN clients. For
example, when traveling to a hotel that has high-speed internet access, you can connect
to the internet through ZSR4174WE which is connected to an Ethernet cable in the room.
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4.3 LAN Settings
MAC Address: ZSR4174WE’s physical MAC address on your local network is
unchangeable.
IP Mode: ZSR4174WE provides two IP modes:
Static IP: Fill the network address information from your ISP in the IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Gateway and Primary DNS server fields
Dynamic IP: Adjust the connection properties to obtain an IP address and DNS
sever automatically in Internet protocol.
IP Address: ZSR4174WE’s LAN IP address (not your PC’s IP address). Once you
modify the IP address, you need to remember it for the Web-based Utility login next
time. Default value is 192.168.2.1.
Subnet Mask: ZSR4174WE’s subnet mask for measurement of the network size.
Default value is 255.255.255.0.
Default Gateway: Enter the gateway provided by your ISP.
Primary DNS server: Enter the Primary DNS server provided by your ISP.
Secondary DNS server: Enter the second address if your ISP provides, which is
optional.
Host name: Enter the host name which is optional.
Note: If the IP address changed, the login IP address to the Web-based management interface
will change correspondingly.
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4.4 Wireless Settings
4.4.1 Basic Settings
Network Mode: Supports 11b, 11g, 11b/g mixed, 11b/g/n mixed modes. Default
value is 11b/g/n mixed mode.
SSID: Main Service Set Identifier. It’s the name of your wireless network. Default
value is Wireless_N.
Broadcast (SSID): Decide if ZSR4174WE will broadcast its own ESSID or not.
BSSID: It is a 48bit identity used to identify a particular BSS (Basic Service Set)
within an area. In Infrastructure BSS networks, the BSSID is the MAC address of the
AP
Channel: Select the channel used for wireless communication from drop-down list.
Available channel numbers are 1 to 13 for European countries, 1 to 11 for USA.
Operating Mode: Supports two modes:
Mixed Mode: In this mode packets are transmitted with a preamble compatible
with the legacy 802.11a/g – the legacy Short Training Field(STF), the legacy
Long Training Field(LTF) and the legacy signal field are transmitted so they can
be decoded by legacy 802.1a/g devices. The rest of the packet has a new format.
In Mixed Mode the receiver shall be able to decode both the Mixed Mode packets
and legacy packets.
Green Mode: It is an optional mode only for 802.11n. In this mode high
throughput packets are transmitted without a legacy compatible part. In Green
Mode the receiver shall be able to decode both Green Field mode packets, Mixed
Mode packets and legacy format packets.
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Channel Bandwidth: Select the channel bandwidth from 20M or 20/40M to
improve the wireless performance.
Guard Interval: In telecommunications, guard intervals are used to ensure that
distinct transmissions do not interfere with one another. These transmissions may
belong to different users (as in TDMA) or to the same user (as in OFDM).The
purpose of the guard interval is to introduce immunity to propagation delays, echoes
and reflections, to which digital data is normally very sensitive.
MCS: Transmission Speed. Usually, select Auto.
Reverse Direction Grant(RDG): Default value is Enable. Permitting receiving
response packets while sending packets enables speeding up.
Extension Channel: To increase data throughput of wireless network, the
extension channel range is used in 11n mode.
Aggregation MSDU(A-MSDU): Default value is Disable. In a combination of many
transmission data, a large number of data can be sent by one transmission
operation.
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4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings
Security Settings contains seven Authentication Types, including Disable, Open, Shared,
Mixed WEP, WPA-Personal, WPA2-Personal, and Mixed WPA/WPA2-Personal.
4.4.2.1 Mixed WEP
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) is an encryption method used to protect your wireless
data communications. WEP uses a combination of 64-bit or 128-bit keys to provide
access control to your network and encryption security for every data transmission.
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Default Key: You can set up to four sets of WEP key, and you can decide which
key is being used by default here.
WEP Key1, 2, 3, 4: Input WEP key characters here, the number of characters must
be the same as the number displayed at “Key Format” field. You can use any
alphanumerical characters (0-9, a-z, and A-Z) if you select “ASCII” key format, and
if you select “Hex” as key format, you can use characters 0-9, a-f, and A-F. You must
enter at least one encryption key here, and if you entered multiple WEP keys, they
should not be same with each other.
4.4.2.2 WPA-Personal
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) is an advanced security standard. It uses TKIP and AES to
change the encryption key frequently.
WPA Algorithms: Select one encryption type, AES, TKIP or TKIP&AES.
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have 8-63 ASCII characters.
Key Renewal Interval: Specifies the timer the WPA key must changes. The
change is done automatically between the server and the client.
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4.4.2.3 WPA2-Personal
The WPA2 is a stronger version of WPA.
WPA Algorithms: Select one encryption type, AES, TKIP or TKIP&AES.
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have 8-63 ASCII characters.
Key Renewal Interval: Specifies the timer the WPA key must changes. The
change is done automatically between the server and the client.
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4.4.2.4 Mixed WPA/WPA2-Personal
WPA Algorithms: Select one encryption type, AES, TKIP or TKIP&AES.
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have 8-63 ASCII characters.
Key Renewal Interval: Specifies the timer the WPA key must changes. The
change is done automatically between the server and the client.
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4.4.3 Advanced Settings
ZSR4174WE provides some advanced control of wireless parameters.
BG protection Mode: Auto by default. You can also select On or Off.
Basic Data Rates: For different requirement, you can select one of the suitable
Basic Data Rates. Default value is (1-2-5.5.-11Mbps).
Beacon Interval: Set the beacon interval of wireless radio. Do not modify default
value if you don’t know what it is, default value is 100.
Fragment Threshold: Set the Fragment threshold of wireless radio. Do not modify
default value if you don’t know what it is, default value is 2346.
RTS Threshold:Set the RTS threshold of wireless radio. Do not modify default
value if you don’t know what it is, default value is 2347.
TX Power: You can set the output power of wireless radio. Unless you’re using
ZSR4174WE in a really big space, you may not have to set output power to 100%.
This will enhance security (malicious / unknown users in distance will not be able to
reach your ZSR4174WE).
WMM Capable: It will enhance the data transfer performance of multimedia
contents when they’re being transferred over wireless network. If you don’t know
what it is / not sure if you need it, it’s safe to set this option to ‘Enable’, default value
is Enable.
APSD Capable: It is used for auto power-saved service. The default is Disabled.
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4.4.4 WPS Settings
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is the simplest way to build connection between wireless
network clients and ZSR4174WE. You don’t have to select encryption mode and input a
long encryption passphrase every time when you need to setup a wireless client, you
only have to press a button on wireless client and ZSR4174WE, and the WPS will do the
rest for you.
WPS Setting: Select it to enable or disable WPS function. The default is Enabled.
WPS Mode: Supports two ways to configure WPS settings:
PBC) and PIN code.
PBC(Push-Button Configuration): If you want to use PBC, you have to push a
specific button on the wireless client to start WPS mode, and switch
ZSR4174WE to WPS mode too. You can push WPS button of ZSR4174WE, or
click PBC button in the web configuration interface to enable WPS
Note: Press WPS button of ZSR4174WE for one second and WPS indicator will
blinking for 2 minutes. During the blinking time, WPS connection is enabled. At
present, the WPS supports up to 32 clients access. Two minutes later, the WPS
indicator will be off, which means WPS connection is completed.
PIN: if you want to use PIN code, you have to know the PIN code of wireless
client and switch it to WPS mode, then provide the PIN code of the wireless
client you wish to connect to ZSR4174WE.
WPS Summary: Shows the current status of WPS.
WPS Current Status: Idle means WPS in idle state. Start MSC process
means the process has been started and waits for being connected.
Configured means the negotiation is successful between server and clients.
WPS Configured: yes means WPS feature is enabled and goes into effect. No
means it is not used. Usually the AP-security has been enabled, here will
displayed No.
WPS SSID: Show the main SSID set by WPS.
WPS Auth. Mode: The authorization mode deployed by WPS.
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WPS Encrypt Type: The encryption type used by WPS.
WPS key: The effective key generated by ZSR4174WE automatically.
AP PIN: The PIN code used by default.
Reset OOB: When clicking the button, the WPS client will be idle state, and WPS
indicator will be turned off. ZSR4174WE will not respond the WPS client’s requests.
4.4.5 Access Control
This function will help you to prevent unauthorized users from connecting to
ZSR4174WE; only those wireless devices who have the MAC address you assigned here
can gain access to your ZSR4174WE. You can use this function with other security
measures described in previous section, to create a safer wireless environment.
MAC Address Filter: Select Off to mal-function MAC address; Block to prevent the
MAC addresses in the list from accessing the wireless network; Allow to allow the
MAC address in the list to access the wireless network.
MAC Address:To specify an external IP address, please add the MAC address
manually and click Add.
MAC Address List: The added MAC addresses are listed here. Click Delete to
delete the filter management for this MAC address.
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4.4.6 Connection Status
Click Refresh to update the wireless connection information.
MAC Address: Shows the connecting PC’s MAC address.
Bandwidth: Displays the channel bandwidth of the wireless client.
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4.5 System Tools
4.5.1 Time Settings
This function is to select the time zone for your location. If you turn off ZSR4174WE, the
time settings will disappear. However, ZSR4174WE will automatically obtain the GMT
time again once it access to the Internet.
Time Zone: Select your time zone from the drop-down menu.
Customized time: Select the checkbox and input the time you customize.
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4.5.2 Backup/Restore
Backup: Click to back up ZSR4174WE’s configurations.
Browse: Click to browse the path where you want to save files.
Restore: Click to restore ZSR4174WE’s configurations.
4.5.3 Restore to Factory Default Settings
Restore to Factory Default Settings: Click to restore to default settings.
Factory Default Settings:
User Name: admin
Password: admin
IP Address: 192.168.2.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
NOTE: After restoring to default settings, please reboot ZSR4174WE so the settings will
take effect.
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4.5.4 Upgrade
Browse: Click to browse the path to the upgraded firmware files.
Upgrade: Click to start upgrade firmware.
IMPORTANT: Do not power off the system during the firmware upgrade to avoid
damaging. ZSR4174WE will reboot automatically after the upgrade.
4.5.5 Reboot
Reboot the router: Click to reboot ZSR4174WE.
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4.5.6 Change Password
The new password should be less than 14 characters.
User Name: Enter a new user name.
Old Password: Enter the old password.
New Password: Enter a new password.
Re-enter to Confirm: Re-enter to confirm the new password.
NOTE: It is highly recommended to change the password to secure your network and
ZSR4174WE.
4.5.7 System Log
If the log is over 150 records, it will clear them automatically.
Refresh: Click to update the log.
Clear: Click to clear the current shown log.
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Chapter 5 Client+AP Mode
5.1 Setup Wizard
1. Select Client+AP on top banner and then select Setup Wizard on the left list.
Click Next to continue.
2. Configure Client Settings, and then click Next.
SSID: Input the SSID of the AP you want to connect. Or click Scan button to
select an AP you want to connect.
MAC: Input the MAC address of the AP you want to connect. Or click Scan
button to select an AP you want to connect.
Channel: Select the channel used for wireless communication from drop-down
list. Available channel numbers are 1 to 13 for European countries, 1 to 11 for
USA.
Security Mode: Select from None, WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK.
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have 8-63 ASCII characters.
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3. Configure Wireless Basic Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.1 Basic Settings.
4. Configure Wireless Security Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.
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5. Click Apply and ZSR4174WE will reboot automatically to activate Client+AP mode.
NOTE: Two access points must use the same channel number, extension channel, and
security setting.
6. After activating Client+AP mode successfully, web page will be displayed as below.
In Client+AP mode, ZSR4174WE associates with another AP within its range.
ZSR4174WE behaves like a wireless network adapter.
Figure below shows the Client+AP mode ZSR4174WE as a wireless client. Connect the
LAN port of the ZSR4174WE with Ethernet interface of the wired network.
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5.2 LAN Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.3 LAN Settings.
5.3 Wireless Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.4 Wireless Settings.
5.4 System Tools
For more details, please refer to 4.5 System Tools.
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Chapter 6 WDS+AP Mode
6.1 Setup Wizard
1. Select WDS+AP on top banner and then select Setup Wizard on the left list.
Click Next to continue.
2. Configure WDS Settings, and then click Next.
NOTE: Maximum four (4) ZSR4174WE is allowed to connect in WDS+AP mode.
AP MAC: Input the MAC address of another wireless router or AP with WDS
function. Or click Scan button to select the AP you want to connect.
Channel: Select the channel used for wireless communication from drop-down
list. Available channel numbers are 1 to 13 for European countries, 1 to 11 for
USA.
Encrypt Type: Select from None, WEP, TKIP, AES.
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3. Configure Wireless Basic Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.1 Basic Settings.
4. Configure Wireless Security Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.
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5. Click Apply and ZSR4174WE will reboot automatically to activate WDS+AP mode.
NOTE: Two access points must use the same channel number, extension channel, and
security setting.
6. After activating WDS+AP mode successfully, web page will be displayed as below.
In WDS+AP mode, ZSR4174WE will work similar as WDS mode. It supports the wireless
bridge between the two wired networks; the connection of wireless network is also
supported at the same time.
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6.2 LAN Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.3 LAN Settings.
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6.3 Wireless Settings
6.3.1 Basic Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.1 Basic Settings.
6.3.2 Wireless Security Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.
6.3.3 Advanced Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.3 Advanced Settings.
6.3.4 WPS Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.4 WPS Settings.
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6.3.5 WDS Settings
WDS (Wireless Distribution System) is used to expand wireless coverage area.
ZSR4174WE provides three modes: Lazy, Bridge and Repeater.
WDS Mode:
Lazy Mode: You need to configure ZSR4174WE’s BSSID into another device,
but don’t need to input another device’s BSSID in ZSR4174WE, and they will
connect together automatically.
Bridge Mode: You can wirelessly connect two or more wired networks via this
mode. In this mode, you need to add the Wireless MAC address of the connecting
device into ZSR4174WE's AP MAC address table or select one from the scanning
table. At the same time, the connecting device should be in Lazy, Repeater or
Bridge mode.
Repeater Mode: You can select the mode to extend the distance between the
two WLAN devices. Functioning as a WDS repeater, ZSR4174WE connects to
both a client card as an AP and to another AP. In typical repeater applications,
APs connecting to other APs equipped with WDS functionality must also support
WDS. In this mode, you need to add the MAC address of the connecting device
into ZSR4174WE's AP MAC address table and the connecting client should be in
Lazy, Repeater or client mode.
Encrypt Type: Select from WEP, TKIP or AES for security here.
Pass phrase: Enter the key, the key format according to encryption you selected.
AP MAC: Input the MAC address of another wireless router. Maximum four (4)
ZSR4174WE is allowed to connect in WDS mode.
NOTE: Two wireless routers must use the same bandwidth, channel number, and
security setting. Apply the settings and reboot ZSR4174WE to activate it.
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6.3.6 Access Control
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.5 Access Control.
6.3.7 Connection Status
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.6 Connection Status.
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6.4 System Tools
For more details, please refer to 4.5 System Tools.
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Chapter 7 WISP Mode
7.1 Setup Wizard
1. Select WISP on top banner and then select Setup Wizard on the left list.
Click Next to continue.
2. Configure WISP Settings, and then click Next.
SSID: Input the SSID of the AP you want to connect. Or click Scan button to
select an AP you want to connect.
MAC: Input the MAC address of the AP you want to connect. Or click Scan
button to select an AP you want to connect.
Channel: Select the channel used for wireless communication from drop-down
list. Available channel numbers are 1 to 13 for European countries, 1 to 11 for
USA.
Security Mode: Select from None, WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK.
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have 8-63 ASCII characters.
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3. Select one Internet connection type you’re using in Connection Method, and then
click Next.
a. Dynamic IP (via DHCP)
The default method is Dynamic IP. It means your IP address keeps changing
every time you connect. You do not need to enter the information.
Click Next to continue directly.
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b. Static IP
Fill the network address information from your ISP in the IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway and Primary DNS server fields and click Next.
c. ADSL Virtual Dial-up (via PPPoE)
Enter the User Name and Password provided by your ISP, and click Next.
d. L2TP
Enter the User Name and Password provided by your ISP, and click Next.
L2TP(Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) provides two address modes.
Dynamic IP: If the L2TP offered by your ISP is Dynamic IP, please select
Dynamic IP.
Static IP: Please fill in the parameters provided by your ISP.
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e. PPTP
Enter the Server IP Address, User Name, and Password provided by your ISP, and
click Next.
PPTP(PP Tunneling Protocol) provides two address modes.
Dynamic IP: If the PPTP offered by your ISP is Dynamic IP, please select
Dynamic IP.
Static IP: Please fill in the parameters provided by your ISP.
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4. Configure Wireless Basic Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.1 Basic Settings.
5. Configure Wireless Security Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.
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6. Click Apply and ZSR4174WE will reboot automatically to activate WISP mode.
NOTE: Two access points must use the same channel number, extension channel, and
security setting.
7. After activating WISP mode successfully, web page will be displayed as below.
In WISP mode, ZSR4174WE will behave just the same as the Client mode for wireless
function. However, router functions are added between the Wireless WAN side and the
Ethernet LAN side. Therefore, the WISP subscriber can share the WISP connection
without the need for extra router. The NAT is enabled and PCs in Ethernet ports share the
same IP address assigned by DHCP function to ISP through wireless LAN.
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7.2 Advanced Settings
7.2.1 LAN Settings
MAC Address: ZSR4174WE’s physical MAC address on your local network is
unchangeable.
IP Address: ZSR4174WE’s LAN IP address (not your PC’s IP address). Once you
modify the IP address, you need to remember it for the Web-based Utility login next
time. Default value is 192.168.2.1.
Subnet Mask: ZSR4174WE’s subnet mask for measurement of the network size.
Default value is 255.255.255.0.
Note: If the IP address changed, the login IP address to the Web-based management interface
will change correspondingly.
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7.2.2 WAN Settings
7.2.2.1 PPPoE
Connection Mode: Show your current connection mode.
Account: Provided by your ISP.
Password: Provided by your ISP.
MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the size of largest datagram that can be
sent over a network. The default value is 1460. Do NOT modify it unless necessary.
Service Name: It is defined as a set of characteristics that are applied to a PPPoE
connection. Enter it if provided. Do NOT modify it unless necessary.
AC Name: Enter it if provided. Do NOT modify it unless necessary.
Internet Connection Option:
Connect Automatically: Connect automatically to the Internet after rebooting
system or connection failure.
Connect Manually: Connect to the Internet by the user manually.
Connect on Demand: Re-establish your connection to the Internet after the
specific time (Max Idle Time). Zero means your Internet connection at all time.
Otherwise, enter the minutes to be elapsed before you want to disconnect the
Internet access.
Connect on Fixed Time: Connect to the Internet during the time you fix when you
have set the current time in Time Settings from System Tools.
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7.2.2.2 Dynamic IP
MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the size of largest datagram that can be
sent over a network. The default value is 1500. Do NOT modify it unless necessary.
7.2.2.3 Static IP
IP Address: Enter the WAN IP address provided by your ISP.
Subnet Mask: Enter the WAN Subnet Mask.
Gateway: Enter the WAN Gateway.
Primary DNS Server: Enter the Primary DNS server provided by your ISP.
Secondary DNS Server: Enter the second address if your ISP provides, which is
optional.
MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit. It is the size of largest datagram that can be
sent over a network. The default value is 1500. Do NOT modify it unless necessary.
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7.2.2.4 L2TP
L2TP Server IP: Enter the Server IP provided by your ISP.
User Name: Enter L2TP username.
Password: Enter L2TP password.
MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit, you may need to change it for optimal
performance with your specific ISP. 1460 is the default MTU.
Address Mode: Select Static if your ISP supplies you with the IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway. In most cases, select Dynamic.
IP Address: Enter the L2TP IP address supplied by your ISP.
Subnet Mask: Enter the Subnet Mask supplied by your ISP.
Default Gateway: Enter the Default Gateway supplied by your ISP.
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7.2.2.5 PPTP
PPTP Server IP: Enter the Server IP provided by your ISP.
User Name: Enter PPTP username provided by your ISP.
Password: Enter PPTP password provided by your ISP.
MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit, you may need to change it for optimal
performance with your specific ISP. 1478 is the default MTU.
Address Mode: Select Static if your ISP supplies you with the IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway. In most cases, select Dynamic.
IP Address: Enter the PPTP IP address supplied by your ISP.
Subnet Mask: Enter the Subnet Mask supplied by your ISP.
Default Gateway: Enter the Default Gateway supplied by your ISP.
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7.2.3 DNS Settings
DNS Settings: Select the checkbox to enable the DNS server.
Primary DNS Address: Enter the necessary address provided by your ISP.
Secondary DNS Address: Enter the second address if your ISP provides, which is
optional.
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7.3 Wireless Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.4 Wireless settings.
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7.4 DHCP Server
7.4.1 DHCP Server
DHCP Server: Select the checkbox to enable DHCP server.
IP Address Start/End: Enter the range of IP address for DHCP server distribution.
Lease Time: choose a lease time (the duration that every computer can keep a
specific IP address) of every IP address assigned by ZSR4174WE from dropdown
menu. Ex. If the lease time is an hour, then DHCP server will reclaim the IP address
each hour.
7.4.2 DHCP Server List & Binding
IP Address: Input the IP address for the computer on the LAN network.
MAC Address: Enter the MAC address of the computer you want to assign. And
then click Add to add to the list.
Hostname: The name of the computer.
Lease Time: The time length of the corresponding IP address lease.
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7.5 Virtual Server
7.5.1 Port Range Forwarding
This section deals with the port range forwarding mainly. The Port Range Forwarding
allows you to set up a range of public services such as web servers, ftp, e-mail and other
specialized Internet applications to an assigned IP address on your LAN.
Start/End Port: Enter the start/end port number which ranges the External ports
used to set the server or Internet applications.
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the PC where you want to set the applications.
Protocol: Select the protocol (TCP/UDP/Both) for the application.
Well-Known Service Port: Select the well-known services as DNS, FTP from the
drop-down menu to add to the configured one above.
NOTE: If you set the virtual server of the service port as 80, you must set the Web
management port on. Remote Web Management page to be any value except 80
such as 8080. Otherwise, there will be a conflict to disable the virtual server.
Delete/Enable: Click to check it for corresponding operation.
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7.5.2 DMZ Settings
The DMZ(Demilitarized Zone) function is to allow one computer in LAN to be exposed to
the Internet for a special-purpose service as Internet gaming or videoconferencing.
DMZ Host IP Address: The IP address of the computer you want to expose.
Enable: Select the checkbox to enable the DMZ host.
IMPORTANT: When enabled the DMZ host, the firewall settings of the DMZ host will not
function.
7.5.3 UPnP Settings
Universal Plug and Play function enables network auto-configuration for peer-to-peer
communications. With this function, network devices will be able to communicate with
other devices directly, and learn about information about other devices. Many network
device and applications rely on UPnP function nowadays.
Enable UPnP: Select the checkbox to enable the UPnP.
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7.6 Security Settings
7.6.1 Client Filter
To benefit your further management to the computers in the LAN, you can control some
ports access to Internet by data packet filter function.
Client Filtering Settings: Select the checkbox to enable client filter.
Access Policy: Select one number from the drop-down menu.
Enable: Select the checkbox to enable the access policy.
Delete the Policy: Click Clear button to clear all settings for the policy.
Filtering Mode: Select one button to enable or disable to access the Internet.
Policy Name: Enter a name for the access policy selected.
Start/End IP: Enter the starting/ending IP address.
Port: Enter the port range over the protocol for access policy.
Type: Select one protocol (TCP/UDP/Both) from drop-down menu.
Times: Select the time range of client filter.
Days: Select the day(s) to run the access policy.
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7.6.2 URL Filter
If you want to prevent computers in local network from accessing certain website (like
pornography, violence, or anything you want to block), you can use this function to stop
computers in local network from accessing the site you defined here.
URL Filtering Setting: Select the checkbox to enable URL filter.
Access Policy: Select one number from the drop-down menu.
Enable: Select the checkbox to enable the access policy.
Delete the Policy: Click Clear button to clear all settings for the policy.
Filtering Mode: Select one button to enable or disable to access the Internet.
Policy Name: Enter a name for the access policy selected.
Start/End IP: Enter the starting/ending IP address.
URL: Input the string or keyword which is contained in URL. If any part of the URL
contains these strings or words, the web page will or won’t be accessible and display
(According to Filtering Mode). Separate the strings or words by comma.
Times: Select the time range of client filter.
Days: Select the day(s) to run the access policy.
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7.6.3 MAC Filter
MAC Filtering Settings: Select the checkbox to enable MAC address filter.
Access Policy: Select one number from the drop-down menu.
Enable: Select the checkbox to enable the access policy.
Delete the Policy: Click Clear button to clear all settings for the policy.
Filtering Mode: Select one button to enable or disable to access the Internet.
Policy Name: Enter a name for the access policy selected.
MAC Address: Enter the MAC address you want to run the access policy.
Times: Select the time range of client filter.
Days: Select the day(s) to run the access policy.
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7.6.4 Prevent Network Attack
This function is to protect the internal network from exotic attack such as SYN Flooding
attack, Smurf attack, LAND attack, etc. Once detecting the unknown attack,
ZSR4174WE will restrict its bandwidth automatically. The attacker’s IP address can be
found from System Log.
Prevent Network Attack: Select the checkbox to enable it.
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7.6.5 Remote WEB Management
This function is to allow the network administrator to manage ZSR4174WE remotely. If
you want to access ZSR4174WE from outside the local network, please select the
Enable.
Enable: Select the checkbox to enable remote web management.
Port: The management port open to outside access. Default value is 8080.
Note: If you want to login ZSR4174WE’s Web-based interface via port 8080, you need
use the format of WAN IP address: port (ex. http://219.134.32.101: 8080) to
implement remote login.
WAN IP Address: Specify the range of the WAN IP address for remote
management.
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7.6.6 WAN Ping
The ping test is to check the status of your internet connection. When disabling the test,
the system will ignore the ping test from WAN.
Disable the Ping for WAN: Select the checkbox to enable it.
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7.7 Routing Settings
7.7.1 Routing Table
The main duty for ZSR4174WE is to look for a best path for every data frame, and
transfer this data frame to destination. So, it’s essential for ZSR4174WE to choose the
best path. In order to finish this function, many transferring paths are saved in
ZSR4174WE for choosing when needed.
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7.8 System Tools
7.8.1 Time Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.1 Time Settings.
7.8.2 DDNS
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is to assign a fixed host and domain name to a
dynamic Internet IP address, which is used to monitor hosting website, FTP server and
so on behind ZSR4174WE. If you want to activate this function, please select Enable and
a DDNS service provider to sign up.
DDNS: Select one button to enable or disable the DDNS service.
Service Provider: Select one from the drop-down menu and press Sign up for
registration.
User Name: Enter the same user name as the registration name.
Password: Enter the password you set.
Domain Name: Enter the domain name which is optional.
7.8.3 Backup/Restore
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.2 Backup/Restore.
7.8.4 Restore to Factory Default Settings
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.3 Restore to Factory Default Settings.
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7.8.5 Upgrade
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.4 Upgrade.
7.8.6 Reboot
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.5 Reboot.
7.8.7 Change Password
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.6 Change Password.
7.8.8 System Log
For more detail, please refer to 4.5.7 System log.
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Chapter 8 Wireless Router Mode
8.1 Setup Wizard
1. Select Wireless Router on top banner and then select Setup Wizard on the left list.
Click Next to continue.
2. Select one Internet connection type you’re using in Connection Method, and then
click Next.
a. Dynamic IP (via DHCP)
The default method is Dynamic IP. It means your IP address keeps changing
every time you connect. You do not need to enter the information.
Click Next to continue directly.
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b. Static IP
Fill the network address information from your ISP in the IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway and Primary DNS server fields and click Next.
c. ADSL Virtual Dial-up (via PPPoE)
Enter the User Name and Password provided by your ISP, and click Next.
d. L2TP
Enter the User Name and Password provided by your ISP, and click Next.
L2TP(Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) provides two address modes.
Dynamic IP: If the L2TP offered by your ISP is Dynamic IP, please select
Dynamic IP.
Static IP: Please fill in the parameters provided by your ISP.
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e. PPTP
Enter the Server IP Address, User Name, and Password provided by your ISP, and
click Next.
PPTP(PP Tunneling Protocol) provides two address modes.
Dynamic IP: If the PPTP offered by your ISP is Dynamic IP, please select
Dynamic IP.
Static IP: Please fill in the parameters provided by your ISP.
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3. Configure Wireless Basic Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.1 Basic Settings.
4. Configure Wireless Security Settings, and then click Next.
For more detail, please refer to 4.4.2 Wireless Security Settings.
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5. Click Apply and ZSR4174WE will reboot automatically to activate Wireless Router
mode.
6. After activating Wireless Router mode successfully, web page will be displayed as
below.
In Wireless Router mode, ZSR4174WE will behave as the router with wireless NAT
function and DHCP sever. And PCs can get the IP address automatically assigned by
DHCP server.
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8.2 Advanced Settings
8.2.1 LAN Settings
For more detail, please refer to 7.2.1 LAN settings.
8.2.2 WAN Settings
For more detail, please refer to 7.2.2 WAN settings.
8.2.3 MAC Address Clone
MAC Address: The MAC address registered with your Internet service provider.
Clone MAC address: Register your PC's MAC address.
Restore default MAC address: Restore the default hardware MAC address.
8.2.4 DNS Settings
For more detail, please refer to 7.2.3 DNS Settings.
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8.3 Wireless Settings
For more detail, please refer to 6.3 Wireless Settings.
8.4 DHCP Server
For more detail, please refer to 7.4 DHCP Server.
8.5 Virtual Server
For more detail, please refer to 7.5 Virtual Server.
8.6 Security Settings
For more detail, please refer to 7.6 Security Settings.
8.7 Routing Settings
For more detail, please refer to 7.7 Routing Settings.
8.8 System Tools
For more detail, please refer to 7.8 System Tools.
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Appendix 1: Product Features & Specifications
Features:
Integrates router, wireless access point, and firewall in one
Complies with IEEE802.11n, IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g standards
Provide wireless AP, Client+AP, WDS+AP, WISP, Wireless Router mode
Provides 150Mbps receiving rate and 150Mbps sending rate
Provide 1 LAN port, 10/100M Auto-Negotiation, supports Auto MDI/MDIX
Supports WMM for Multimedia Applications in Wi-Fi® Networks
Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2 encryption methods
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) simplify the security setup and management of Wi-Fi®
networks.
Supports remote/local Web management
Supports wireless Roaming technology and ensures high-efficient wireless
connections
Supports wireless SSID stealth mode and MAC address access control
Supports Auto MDI/MDIX
Provides system log to record the status of ZSR4174WE
Supports MAC address filtering, NAT
Supports UPnP & DDNS
Supports DHCP server
Supports virtual server and DMZ host
Supports auto wireless channel selection
Supports WDS function (wireless distribution system)
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Specifications:
Standards
IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b standards
Chipset
Ralink: RT3050
OS
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7
User interface
Easy to use user configuration software
Transmit distance
Indoor up to 150m (limited to environment)
roaming
Support multipoint auto roaming and configuration;
Support wireless network environments auto detect.
LED
LAN&WAN/AP/Client+AP/WDS+AP/ WISP Router/
Wireless Router/WPS
Antenna type
One internal Ceramic antenna
Frequency range
2.4GHz ~ 2.4835GHZ
Radio data rate
11n: 150/130/117/104/78/52/39/26/13Mbps
65/58.5/52/39/26/19.5/13/6.5Mbps
11g: 54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6Mbps
11b: 11/5.5/2/1Mbps
Modulation
OFDM, CCK, BPSK, QPSK
Spectrum Spread Technology DSSS
Sensitivity
11n 20MHz/40MHz: -65dBm
54Mbps: -72dBm
11Mbps: -88dBm
Power
5V 1.2A
Max. Consumption
5W
Flash
2M Bytes
System Memory
16M Bytes
MAC Address Entry
1K
Channels
11 Channels (USA, Canada) ; 13 Channels (Europe)
Media Access Protocol
WMM
Data security
WPA/WPA2; 64/128-bit WEP; TKIP/AES
Operation Temp.
0ºC ~ 40ºC
Storage Temp.
-20ºC ~ 70ºC
Operation Humidity
10%~90% RH no condensing
Operation Humidity
5%~90% RH no condensing
Dimension (L x W x H)
102.5mm x 63mm x 13mm
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Appendix 2: Troubleshooting
Q1. I can not login to the Web interface of ZSR4174WE after entering the IP
address in the address field
?
Step 1: Check ZSR4174WE if it works well. Once the device is powered on for a few
seconds, the LAN/WAN indicator on the panel will start flashing. If it is not,
please contact us.
Step 2: Check if ZSR4174WE is in Wireless Router Mode. ZSR4174WE in Wireless Router
Mode only can visit Web interface wirelessly.
Step 3: Check the network cable if it is work and the corresponding indicator is on.
Step 4: Run “Ping” command and check if it can ping ZSR4174WE’s LAN IP address
192.168.2.1. If it is OK, please make sure your browser does not access the
Internet by proxy server. If the ping fails, you can press the RESET button for 7
seconds to restore to default settings. And then repeat the ping operation. If it
still does not work, please contact us.
Q2. I forget the login password and can not enter the setting page. What can I
do?
Press the RESET button for 7 seconds to restore ZSR4174WE to default settings.
Q3. The computer connected with ZSR4174WE shows IP address conflict. What
can I do?
Check if there are other DHCP servers in the LAN. If there have, disable them. The
default IP address of ZSR4174WE is 192.168.2.1 and please make sure the address is
not occupied by other devices. If there are two computers with the same IP addresses,
please modify one.
Q4. I can not use E-mail and access the Internet. What can I do?
It happens in ADSL connection and Dynamic IP users. And you need to modify the
default MTU value (1492). Please modify the MTU value with the recommended value as
1450 or 1400 in WAN Setting (refer to 5.2 WAN Setting).
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Q5. How to configure and access the Internet via Dynamic IP?
In Setup Wizard of the Web utility interface, select “Dynamic IP” connection type and
click “Save” to activate it. As some ISPs bind the user computer’s MAC address, you need
to clone ZSR4174WE’s WAN MAC address to the binding PC’s MAC address. Select “MAC
Address Clone” in “Advanced Setting” to input your computer’s MAC address and click
“Apply” to activate it.
Q6. How to share my computer’s source with other users in Internet?
If you want Internet users to access the internal server via ZSR4174WE such as e-mail
server, Web, FTP, you can configure the “Virtual Server” to come true.
Step 1: create your internal server, make sure the LAN users can access these servers
and know related service port. For example, Web server’s port is 80; FTP is 21;
SMTP is 25 and POP3 is 110.
Step 2: In the Router’s web click “Virtual Server” and select “Single Port Forwarding”.
Step 3: Input the external service port given by the Router, for example, 80.
Step 4: Input the internal Web service port, for example, 80.
Step 4: Input the internal server’s IP address. If your Web server’s IP address is
192.168.2.10, please input it.
Step 6: Select the communication protocol used by your internal host: TCP, UDP, ICMP.
Step 7: click “Apply” to activate the settings.
Q7. Why can’t I use wireless WAN function to access the Internet?
Step 1: Make sure that the wireless adapter can access the Internet when connected to
the computer, wireless signals scanned by the adapter are strong enough, and
quality of signals is good enough. If it can scan too many wireless signals, we
recommend you to use 11b/g mode for reducing interference.
Step 2: Make sure that the needed parameters such as SSID, MAC address etc. are
correct. It is recommended to use Auto Scan to finish the settings in the setup
process.
Step 3: Make sure that IP address range obtained at WAN port are different as the one
obtained at LAN port. If they are at the same range, you can modify the LAN IP
address to solve the problem.
Q8. How to connect Xbox360 and PlayStation to ZSR4174WE?
You must obtain a Static IP address from your ISP. Follow the instruction in the CD ROM
filename Xbox360.pdf and setup your game console properly. After you have
successfully configured your game console, you have to open ports from the
ZSR4174WE to allow two way communications. For more information on port
forwarding instruction, please refer this user manual to 7.5 Virtual Server.
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