Tenda W307R router

Tenda W307R router
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction ...................................................................................................................... 1
Package Contents ................................................................................................................................................................. 1
Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Wireless-N Broadband Router...................................................... 2
The Rear Panel ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2
The Front Panel ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Hardware Installation...........................................................................................................................4
Chapter 3: Getting to Connect the Wireless-N Broadband Router ................................................. 5
How to Set the Network Configurations for My Computer ...................................................................5
How to Check the Network Connection ........................................................................................................................ 7
Chapter 4: Basic Configurations ....................................................................................................... 9
How to Access the Web-based Configuration Utility ................................................................................................ 9
Setup Wizard ......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 5: Advanced Settings ......................................................................................................... 14
LAN Settings .......................................................................................................................................................................... 14
WAN Settings—PPPoE ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
WAN Settings—Static IP ................................................................................................................................................... 16
WAN Settings—L2TP ....................................................................................................................................................... 167
WAN Settings—PPTP ...................................................................................................................................................... 168
MAC Address Clone............................................................................................................................................................ 17
DNS Settings ........................................................................................................................................................................ 20
Chapter 6: Wireless Settings ........................................................................................................... 21
Wireless Mode ..................................................................................................................................................................... .24
Basic Settings………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
Wireless Security Settings ................................................................................................................................................ 24
WEP .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
WPA-Personal ....................................................................................................................................................................... 26
WPA2-Personal .................................................................................................................................................................... 27
WPA-Enterprise .................................................................................................................................................................... 27
WPA2-Enterprise .................................................................................................................................................................. 27
802.1x ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
WPS .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
WDS .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Advanced Wireless Settings ............................................................................................................................................ 33
Wireless Access Control ................................................................................................................................................... 36
Wireless Connection Status ............................................................................................................................................. 37
Chapter 7: DHCP Server ................................................................................................................... 38
DHCP Server List ................................................................................................................................................................. 39
Chapter 8: Virtual Server .................................................................................................................. 40
Single Port Forwarding ...................................................................................................................................................... 40
Port Range Forwarding ..................................................................................................................................................... 42
Port Trigger ............................................................................................................................................................................. 40
ALG Service ........................................................................................................................................................................... 40
DMZ Settings ......................................................................................................................................................................... 47
UPnP Settings ....................................................................................................................................................................... 47
Chapter 9: Traffic Control .............................................................................................................. 48
Traffic Control ........................................................................................................................................................................ 48
Chapter 10: Security Settings .......................................................................................................... 50
Client Filter Settings ............................................................................................................................................................ 50
URL Filter Settings............................................................................................................................................................... 51
MAC Address Settings ....................................................................................................................................................... 52
Prevent Network Attack ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
Remote Web Management .............................................................................................................................................. 53
Local Web Management ................................................................................................................................................... 54
Wan Ping ................................................................................................................................................................................. 54
Chapter 11: Routing Settings........................................................................................................... 55
Routing Table ........................................................................................................................................................................ 55
Static Route ........................................................................................................................................................................... 55
Chapter 12: System Tools ................................................................................................................ 55
Time........................................................................................................................................................................................... 56
DDNS........................................................................................................................................................................................ 56
Backup/Restore .................................................................................................................................................................... 57
Firmware Upgrade ............................................................................................................................................................... 58
Restore to Factory Default Settings .............................................................................................................................. 59
Reboot ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 60
Change Password ............................................................................................................................................................... 60
System Log ............................................................................................................................................................................ 61
Appendix A: Product Features......................................................................................................... 62
Wireless-N Broadband Router
Chapter 1: Introduction
Thank you for choosing the W307R Wireless-N Broadband Router. It employs the advanced MIMO
(Multi Input, Multi Output) technology and integrates router, wireless access point, four-port switch and
firewall in one, which will allow you to share Internet access over the four switched ports or via the
wireless broadcast. Compatible with IEEE 802.11n (Draft 2.0) standard, it can connect with existing
802.11b/g PCI, USB and Notebook adapters. Up to 300Mbps transmission rate allows you to enjoy
real-time activities such as video streaming, online gaming and so on.
Besides, the Wireless-N Broadband Router supports all of the latest wireless security features, such as
64/128-bit WEP encryption, WPS (PBC and PIN) encryption method, packet filtering and port
forwarding, to prevent unauthorized access and protect your network against malicious attack.
Moreover, the user-friendly Setup Wizard on the CD-ROM can assist you to set up the Wireless-N
Broadband Router easily. It also can be managed or configured through Local/Remote easy-to-use
Web-based utility. So it is the best choice for SOHOs and small-sized enterprises.
Package Contents
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One W307R Wireless-N Broadband Router
One Ethernet Network Cable
One Quick Installation Guide
One Power Adapter
One CD-ROM
If any of listed items are missing or damaged, please contact the Tenda reseller from whom you
purchased for replacement immediately.
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Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Wireless-N Broadband Router
The Rear Panel
Here is the description of the back panel. The RJ-45 ports for cable connection and Reset button are
located on the back panel as shown below.
Connections:
Rear Panel Interface
1-4 (LAN Ports)
Description
Connect to Ethernet devices (such as computers, switches,
hubs).
RESET/WPS
Note: After pressing the RESET button for 7 seconds, the
configurations you have set will be deleted and the device will
restore to the factory default settings. If you press this button
for 1 second, the WPS (PBC) function is enabled.
WAN
Connect to DSL Modem, Cable Modem or community
broadband
POWER
Receptor for the supplied power adapter.
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The Top Panel
There are the Router’s LED indicators on the top panel as shown below.
LEDS:
Status
Description
Always ON
The POWER indicator is Always ON when it is powered on and
works properly.
SYS
Blinking
The SYS is blinking regularly when the system works normally.
WAN
Always ON
Indicates the correct connection of the WAN ports.
Blinking
Indicates the Router is transmitting/receiving data packets.
WLAN
Blinking
Indicates the wireless signal is OK.
LAN(1/2/3/4)
Always ON
Indicates the correct connection of the LAN ports.
Blinking
Indicates the Router is transmitting/receiving data packets.
Blinking
Indicates the Router is negotiating with WPS clients in WPS Mode
(PBC or PIN).
LED Indicator
POWER
WPS
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Hardware Installation
1. Please connect the LAN port of the router to
the network adapter of your computer with one
cable.
2. Please use the delivery-attached power
adapter to power the router.
3. Please connect your broadband line
provided by your ISP to the WAN port of your
router.
IMPORTANT: Please use the included power adapter. Use of a different power adapter could
cause damage and void the warranty for this product.
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Chapter 3: Getting to Connect the Wireless-N Broadband Router
For easy and fast configuration, the following steps for network configuration are required.
How to Set the Network Configurations for My Computer
Right click “My Network Places” and select
“Properties”.
Right click “Local Area Network Connection”
and select “Properties”.
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Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and click
“Properties”.
.
Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and
“Obtain DNS server address automatically”.
Click “OK” to save the configurations.
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Or select “Use the following IP address” and
enter the IP address, Subnet mask, Default
gateway as shown right. Of course, you need to
input the DNS server address provided by your
ISP. Otherwise, you can use the Router’s default
gateway as the DNS proxy server. Click “OK” to
save the configurations.
How to Check the Network Connection
Select “Start”— ”Programs”—“Accessories”
—“Command Prompt”.
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Input the “ping 192.168.0.1” and press “Enter”. If
the screen displays as the right figure, it means
your PC is connected to your router successfully.
If not, please make sure the hardware installation
and network adapter are OK. After all
preparations are made, please proceed to
Chapter 4 for more and advanced configuration.
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Chapter 4 Basic Configurations
This section is to show you how to configure your new Wireless-N Broadband Router through the
Web-based Configuration Utility.
How to Access the Web-based Configuration Utility
To access the Router’s Web-based Utility, launch
a web browser such as Internet Explorer or
Firefox and enter the Router’s default IP
address, http://192.168.0.1. Press “Enter”.
Please input the “admin” in both User Name and
Password. Click “OK”.
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Setup Wizard
Here is the “Welcome to Setup Wizard” for
configuring your Router quickly. Click “Next”.
In this screen, select one mode of your Internet
connection you use. If you are not clear, press
the “Detect” button or contact your Internet
Service Provider, and click “Next”.
Connection Mode 1: ADSL Virtual Dial-up
(Via PPPoE)
Enter the Account and Password provided by
your ISP, and click “Next”.
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Connection Mode 2: Dynamic IP (Via DHCP)
If your connection mode is Dynamic IP, it
means your IP address keeps changing every
time you connect. You do not need to enter the
information like Mode 2 or Mode 3.
Connection Mode 3: Static IP
In this screen, fill the network address
information from your ISP in the IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Gateway and Primary DNS
server fields and click “Next”.
Connection Mode 4: L2TP
Select L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) if
your ISP use a L2TP connection, your ISP will
provide you with a username and password
please fill in the parameters.
L2TP provides two access modes.
If the L2TP offered by your ISP is Dynamic IP:
Please select Dynamic IP.
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If the L2TP offered by your ISP is Static IP:
Please fill in the parameters provided by your
ISP.
After configuration, please click “Next”.
Connection Mode 5: PPTP
If the connection is “PPP Tunneling Protocol”,
please input the following parameters provided
by your ISP: Server IP Address, User Name,
and Password.
PPTP provides two access modes.
If the PPTP offered by your ISP is Dynamic IP:
Please select Dynamic IP.
If the PPTP offered by your ISP is Static IP:
Please fill in the parameters provided by your
ISP.
After configuration, please click “Next”.
Click “Apply”, select “Reboot” in System Tools
of the left menu and press the “Reboot the
router” button.
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It is rebooting now, please wait for a few
minutes and DO NOT power off it.
Click the “System Status” in the left menu of the
Web-based Utility to find out the current network
and system information. If the “Connection Status”
is “Connected”, Congratulations
you
on
completing the Router’s basic settings. You are on
the Internet now. If you want to configure more,
please proceed to the following explanations for
Advanced Settings.
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Chapter 5: Advanced Settings
This section is to conduct the advanced configurations for the Router, including LAN Settings, WAN
settings, MAC Address Clone and DNS Settings.
LAN Settings
MAC Address: The Router’s physical MAC
address as seen on your local network,
which is unchangeable.
IP Address: The Router’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. 192.168.0.1
is the default value.
Subnet Mask: It’s shown the Router’s subnet
mask for measurement of the network size.
255.255.255.0 is the default value.
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WAN Settings—PPPoE
Connection Mode: Show your current connection
mode.
Account: Enter them provided by your ISP.
Password: Enter them 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 1492. 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.
Connect automatically to the Internet after
rebooting the 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
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Internet during the time you fix.
WAN Settings—Static IP
If your connection mode, static IP is chosen,
please enter the following addressing information.
IP Address: Here enter the WAN IP address
provided by your ISP.
Subnet Mask: Enter the WAN Subnet Mask here.
Gateway: Enter the WAN Gateway here.
Primary DNS Server: Enter the Primary DNS
server provided by your ISP.
Secondary DNS Server: Enter the secondary
DNS
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WAN Settings—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. 1400 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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WAN Settings—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.
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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MAC Address Clone
Some ISPs require end-user's MAC address to
access their network. This feature copies the
MAC address of your network device to the
Router.
MAC Address: The MAC address to be
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.
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DNS Settings
DNS is short for Domain Name System(or
Service), an Internet service that translate domain
names into IP addresses which are provided by
your Internet Service Provider. Please consult
your Internet Service Provider for details if you do
not have them.
DNS:
Click 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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Chapter 6: Wireless Settings
This section mainly deals with the wireless settings, including Basic Settings, Security Setting, Access
Control and Advanced Settings.
Wireless Mode
AP Mode: router serves as an access point in this
mode to be connected. The work stations around
will be connected with router by SSID to share the
Internet resources. To configure the AP mode,
open the Basic Setting and Security Setting
windows in the Wireless Setting folder.
Station Mode: In this mode, router is used as a
work station to be connected with an AP by
scanning the AP's SSID and provides the security
authentication. Generally speaking, AP mode is
passive to be connected with work station, but
Station mode always takes the initiative in
connecting with AP.
SSID: SSID is the unique ID name of access
point. The wireless work station must keep the
same SSID name with the AP's for connections.
By enabling Open Scanning button, the device
can search available APs.
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MAC: To connect certain AP, you need to know
the AP's MAC address. By enabling Open
Scanning button to find out the available AP’s
MAC address.
Channel: You can use the channel same as the
AP. By enabling Open Scanning button to find out
the available AP's channel.
Security Mode: router provides the following
security authentication methods:
(1) WEP: selects ASCII format (5 or 13 ASCII
characters except illegal characters.) or Hex
format (10 or 26 Hex characters).
(2) WPA/WPA2-personal (PSK) is safer than other
encryption methods because the key is subject to
change all the time. WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
utilizes the TKIP or AES encryption algorithm.
WEP Mode: The shared key requires the same
WEP keys between the access point and work
station.
Default KEY: After entering the WEP keys, select
one key as the default one, for example, Key 1
KEY Format: AASCII: Enter 13 characters with
case sensitive ("a-z", "A-Z" and "0-9"). Hex: enter
26 Hex characters ("A-F", "a-f" and “0~9”).
KEY 1: If the KEY 1 is selected as default key, the
key will be enabled.
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KEY 2: If the KEY 2 is selected as default key, the
key will be enabled.
KEY 3: If the KEY 3 is selected as default key, the
key will be enabled.
KEY 4: If the KEY 4 is selected as default key, the
key will be enabled.
WPA/WPA2 Algorithm: When the WPA-PSK
/WPA2-PSK authentication is selected, you can
select one from two: TKIP and AES. For
example, if the wireless provider selects TKIP, the
wireless receiver (client) also needs to select
TKIP for this authentication way.
Password: When WPA-PSK /WPA2-PSK
authentication type is selected, enter the access
password provided by AP users here.
Apply: Click “Apply” to make the settings go into
effect.
Cancel: Click “Cancel” to throw all setting saved
last time.
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Basic Settings
Network Mode: Supports 802.11b/g mixed,
802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11b/g/n mixed modes.
Main SSID: Main Service Set Identifier. It’s the
"name" of your wireless network.
Minor SSID: Minor Service Set Identifier. It is
optional.
Broadcast (SSID): Select “enable” to enable the
device's SSID to be visible by wireless clients.
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 (Medium Access Control) address of the AP
Channel: From the drop-menu, it is for selecting
the working channels of the wireless network.
Please select from 1 to 13,or select AutoSelect to
select different channels.
Channel Bandwidth:Select wireless work
frequency 20M or 20/40M.
HT TxStream: RF Transmit Stream.
HT RxStream: RF Receive Stream.
Wireless Security Settings
This page is to configure the wireless security of your Router. Six wireless security modes, WEP,
WPA-Personal, WPA2-Personal, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise and RADIUS, are supported. If
you do not want to use wireless security, select Disable from the drop-down menu.
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1. Mixed WEP
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy), a basic
encryption method, usually encrypts wireless data
using a series of digital keys (64 bits or 128 bits in
length). By using the same keys on each of your
wireless network devices, you can prevent
unauthorized wireless devices from monitoring
your transmissions or using your wireless
resources.
SSID Choice: Select SSID to be configured
security. The device supports to configure different
security classes between the main SSID and the
subordinate SSID.
Security Mode: There are several different
security modes; you can choose one from mixed
WEP, WPA-Personal, WPA-Enterprise, etc.
Default Key: Select a valid encryption key.
WEP Key1, 2, 3, 4: Enter the WEP key here.
Please note that the key should be in accordance
with the key format and be valid. The key should
be ASCII Characters or Hexadecimal Digits
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2. WPA-Personal
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access), a Wi-Fi
standard, is a more recent wireless encryption
scheme, designed to improve the security
features of WEP. It applies more powerful
encryption types (such as TKIP [Temporal Key
Integrity Protocol] or AES [Advanced Encryption
Standard]) and can change the keys dynamically
on every authorized wireless device.
WPA Algorithms: Select one encryption type,
AES or TKIP. (AES is stronger than TKIP.)
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have
8-63 ASCII characters.
Key Renewal Interval: Enter the key renewal
period. It is to tell the Router how often to change
the keys.
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3. WPA2-Personal
WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access version 2), It's
more secure than Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP) and easy to set up.
WPA Algorithms: Select key Algorithms such as
TKIP, AES and TKIP&AES.
Pass Phrase: Enter the key which must have
8-63 ASCII characters.
Key Renewal Interval: Enter the key renewal
period. It is to tell the Router how often to change
the keys.
4. WPA-Enterprise
This Authentication protocol based on RADIUS
server. This security mode is used when a
RADIUS server is connected to the Router.
Radius IP Address: Please input IP address of
the radius server here.
Radius Port: Please input the port number of
the radius server here.
Shared key:The encryption key that the router is
authenticated through RADIUS server
Session Timeout: The recertification time
interval between the router and the server. The
default value is 3600s.
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5. WPA2-Enterprise
This security mode is also used when a RADIUS
server is connected to the Router.
WPA Algorithms: Select key Algorithms such as
TKIP and AES.
Radius IP Address: Please input IP address of
the radius server here.
Radius Port: Please input the port number of
the radius server here.
Shared key:The encryption key that the router is
authenticated through RADIUS server
Session Timeout: The recertification time
interval between the router and the server. The
default value is 3600s.
6. 802.1X
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This security mode is used when a RADIUS
server is connected to the Router. 802.1x, a kind
of Port-based authentication protocol, is an
authentication type and strategy for users. The
port can be either a physic port or logic port
(such as VLAN). For wireless LAN users, a port
is just a channel. The final purpose of 802.11x
authentication is to check if the port can be used.
If the port is authenticated successfully, you can
open this port which allows all the messages to
pass. If the port isn’t authenticated successfully,
you can keep this port “disable” which just allows
802.1x authentication protocol message to pass.
WEP: Select “enable/disable” WEP encryption
which indicates the authentication process
between wireless adapter and wireless router.
Radius IP Address: Please input IP address of
the radius server here.
Radius Port: Please input the port number of
the radius server here.
Shared key: The encryption key that the router
is authenticated through RADIUS server.
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Session Timeout: The recertification time
interval between the router and the server. The
default value is 3600s.
NOTE: To improve security level, do not
use those words which can be
found in a dictionary or too easy to
remember! Wireless clients will
remember the WEP key, so you only
have to input the WEP key on
wireless client once, and it’s worth
to use complicated WEP key to
improve security level.
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WPS Settings
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setting) can be easy
and quick to establish the connection between
the wireless network clients and the Router
through encrypted contents. The users only
enter the PIN code to configure without selecting
encryption method and entering secret keys by
manual.
WPS Mode: Supports two ways to configure
WPS settings:
PBC (Push-Button Configuration) and PIN code.
PBC: Select the PBC or press the WPS button
on the panel of the Router (Press the button for
one second and WPS indicator will be blinking
for 2 minutes, which means the WPS is enabled.
During the blinking time, you can enable another
Router to implement the WPS/PBC negotiation
between them. At present, the WPS only support
one client access. Two minutes later, the WPS
indicator will be off.).
PIN: If this option is enabled, you need to enter
a wireless client’s PIN code in the field and keep
the same code in the client.
WDS Settings
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In this mode, you can expand the scope of
network by combining up to four other access
points together, and every access point can still
accept wireless clients.
Lazy Mode: You need configure the router’s
BSSID into another device, not need input
another router’s BSSID in it, and then 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 the Router'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, the
W307R 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 the
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Router's AP MAC address table and the
connecting client should be in Lazy, Repeater or
client mode.
Encrypt Type: You can select WEP mode, TKIP
mode, AES mode 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.
NOTE: Two wireless routers must use the
same band, channel number, and
security setting!
Advanced Wireless Settings
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This section is to configure the advanced wireless
setting of the Router, including the Radio
Preamble, 802.11g/n Rate, Fragmentation
Threshold, RTS Threshold, Beacon Period and
DTIM Interval.
BG protection Mode: Auto by default. You can
select On or Off.
Basic Data Rates: For different requirement, you
can select one of the suitable Basic Data Rates.
Here, 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: 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 this wireless
router in a really big space, you may not have to
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set output power to 100%. This will enhance
security (malicious / unknown users in distance will
not be able to reach your wireless router).
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’, however, default
value is enabling.
APSD Capable: It is used for auto power-saved
service. The default is disabled.
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Wireless Access Control
To secure your wireless LAN, the wireless access
control is actually based on the MAC address
management.
MAC Address Filter: If you want to access the
Router from any external IP Address, please
select the “Disable”.
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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Wireless Connection Status
This page is to show the current wireless access
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 host to be connected.
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Chapter 7: DHCP Server
DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol) is to
assign an IP address to the computers on the
LAN/private network. When you enable the
DHCP Server, the DHCP Server will allocate
automatically an unused IP address from the IP
address pool to the requesting computer in
premise of activating “Obtain an IP Address
Automatically”. So specifying the starting and
ending address of the IP Address pool is needed.
DHCP Server: Activate the checkbox to enable
DHCP server.
IP Address Start/End: Enter the range of IP
address for DHCP server distribution.
Lease Time: The length of the IP address lease.
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DHCP Server List
The Static IP assignment is to add a specifically
static IP address to the assigned MAC address.
You can view the related information in the
DHCP server list.
IP Address: Enter one IP address for the
computer on the LAN network.
MAC Address: Enter the MAC address of the
computer you want to assign the above IP
address. Click “Add” to add the entry in the list.
Hostname: The name of the computer which
is added a new IP address.
Lease Time: The time length of the
corresponding IP address lease.
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Chapter 8: Virtual Server
Single Port Forwarding
The W307R can be configured as a virtual server
on behalf of local services behind the LAN port.
The given remote requests will be re-directed to
the local servers via the virtual server. This
section deals with the single port forwarding
mainly. The Single Port Forwarding allows you to
set up kinds of public services such as web
servers, ftp, e-mail and other specialized Internet
applications on your network.
NOTE: the virtual server uses known
host-name or public IP address.
External Port: This is the external port number
for server or Internet application, for example,
port 21 for ftp service.
Internal Port: This is the port number of LAN
computer set by the Router. The Internet traffic
from the external port will forward to the internal
port.
For example, you can set the internal port NO.66
to act as the external port NO.21 for ftp service.
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the PC
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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.
Delete/Enable:Click to check it for corresponding
operation.
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.
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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.
Delete/Enable:Click to check it for corresponding
operation.
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Port Trigger Settings
When internal clients have access to external
server in the Internet for some application, the
clients request to connect with severs, and the
server will also ask to connect with client. But in
the default setting, router will refuse to accept any
request from WAN, which will bring
communication halt. The port triggering is used
to define triggering rules. So when clients have
access to the server, the device will open the port
through which the server sends the request to
client.
IP Range: The internal IP address range for
requesting external server application.
Trigger Port: The port range through which the
internal clients send request traffics to external
server with the range of 1~65535. Note that the
low number first and two blanks can keep the
same number if needed.
External Port: The port range through which the
external server send request traffics to internal
clients with the range of 1~65535. Note that the
low number first and two blanks can keep the
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same number if needed.
Apply: To enable or disable the rule.
Add: After edit the rule, click the “add” button to
add the current entry to port triggering list.
Apply: Click “Apply” to activate the current rule.
Cancel: Click “Cancel” to drop all setting saved
last time.
It is allowed to delete or modify the previous rules
in the list table.
Note: The special application can be only
used in one PC. If there is more than one PC
to open the same triggering port, the external
port will be connected to the last PC for the
application.
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ALG Service Settings
ALG(Application Layer Gateway)
In the context of computer networking, an ALG or
application layer gateway consists of a security
component that augments a firewall or NAT
employed in a computer network. It allows
customized NAT traversal filters to be plugged
into the gateway to support address and port
translation for certain application layer
"control/data" protocols such as FTP, BitTorrent,
SIP, RTSP, file transfer applications etc.
In order for these protocols to work through NAT
or a firewall, either the application has to know
about an address/port number combination that
allows incoming packets, or the NAT has to
monitor the control traffic and open up port
mappings (firewall pinhole) dynamically as
required. Legitimate application data can thus be
passed through the security checks of the firewall
or NAT that would have otherwise restricted the
traffic for not meeting its limited filter criteria.
Usually allowing client applications to use
dynamic ephemeral TCP/ UDP ports to
communicate with the known ports used by the
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server applications, even though a
firewall-configuration may allow only a limited
number of known ports. In the absence of an ALG,
either the ports would get blocked or the network
administrator would need to explicitly open up a
large number of ports in the firewall; rendering the
network vulnerable to attacks on those ports.
In the default ALG settings, the following
protocols have enabled. It is recommended to
keep the settings unchanged.
1,FTP
2,TFTP
3,PPTP
4,IPSec
5,L2TP
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DMZ Settings
The DMZ 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: Click the checkbox to enable the DMZ
host.
IMPORTANT: When enabled the DMZ host,
the firewall settings of the DMZ
host will not function.
UPnP Settings
It supports latest Universal Plug and Play. This
function goes into effect on Windows XP or
Windows ME or this function would go into effect
if you have installed software that supports
UPnP. With the UPnP function, host in LAN can
request the router to process some special port
switching so as to enable host outside to visit the
resources in the internal host.
Enable UPnP: Click the checkbox to enable the
UPnP.
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Chapter 9: Traffic Control
Traffic Control
Traffic control is used to limit
communication speed in the LAN and WAN.
Up to 20 entries can be supported with the
capability for at most 254 PCs' speed
control, including for IP address range
configuration.
Enable Traffic Control: To enable or
disable the internal IP bandwidth control.
Interface: To limit the uploading and
downloading bandwidth in WAN port.
Service: To select the controlled service
type, such as HTTP service.
IP Starting Address: The first IP address
for traffic control.
IP Ending Address: The last IP address for
traffic control.
Uploading/Downloading: To specify the
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traffic heading way for the selected IP
addresses: uploading or downloading.
Bandwidth: To specify the
uploading/downloading Min. /Max. Traffic
speed (KB/s), which can not exceed the
WAN speed.
Apply: To enable the current editing rule. If
not, the rule will be disabled.
Add: After edit the rule, click the “add to list”
button to add the current rule to rule list.
Apply: Click “Save” to activate the current
rule.
Cancel: Click “Cancel” to drop all setting
saved last time.
It is allowed to delete or modify the
previous rules in the list table.
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Chapter 10: Security Settings
Client Filter Settings
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 Filter: Check to enable client filter.
Access Policy: Select one number from the
drop-down menu.
Enable: Check to enable the access policy.
Clear the Policy: Click “Clear” button to clear all
settings for the policy.
Filter Mode: Click one radio button to enable or
disable to access the Internet.
Policy Name: Enter a name for the access policy
selected.
IP Start/End: Enter
the
starting/ending
IP
address.
Port No.: Enter the port range based over the
protocol for access policy.
Protocol: Select one protocol (TCP/UDP/Both)
from the 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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URL Filter Settings
In order to control the computer to have access to
websites. You can use URL filtering to allow the
computer to have access to certain websites at
fixed time and forbids it having access to certain
websites at fixed time.
URL Filter: Check to enable URL filter.
Access Policy: Select one number from the
drop-down menu.
Enable: Check to enable the access policy.
Clear the Policy: Click “Clear” button to clear all
settings for the policy.
Filter Mode: Click one radio 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.
DNS: Specify the text strings or keywords in the
DNS. If any part of the URL contains these strings
or words, the web page will not be accessible and
display.
Times: Select the time range of client filter.
Days: Select the day(s) to run the access policy.
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MAC Address Settings
In order to manage the computers in LAN better,
you could control the computer’s access to
Internet by MAC Address Filter.
MAC Address Filter:
address filter.
Check to enable MAC
Access Policy: Select one number from the
drop-down menu.
Enable: Check to enable the access policy.
Clear the Policy: Click “Clear” button to clear all
settings for the policy.
Filter Mode: Click one radio 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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Prevent Network Attack
This section is to protect the internal network from
exotic attack such as SYN Flooding attack, Smurf
attack, LAND attack, etc. Once detecting the
unknown attack, the Router will restrict its
bandwidth automatically.
The attacker’s IP address can be found from the
“System Log”.
Prevent Network Attack: Check to enable it for
attack prevention.
Remote Web Management
This section is to allow the network administrator
to manage the Router remotely. If you want to
access the Router from outside the local network,
please select the “Enable”.
Enable: Check to enable remote web
management.
Port: The management port open to outside
access The default value is 80.
WAN IP Address: Specify the range of the WAN
IP address for remote management.
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Local Web Management
Local web management, the alternative to
remote web management, is to allow the network
administrator to manage the Router in LAN. Any
PC in the LAN can access the Web management
utility by default. So you can enter the specific
MAC address of the LAN computer to function.
Enable:
Check to enable the local web management
MAC1/2/3…:
Enter the MAC addresses of LAN computers.
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: Check to enable it.
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Chapter 11: Routing Settings
Routing Table
The main duty for router is to look for a best path
for every data frame, and transfer this data frame
to destination. So, it’s essential for the router to
choose the best path, i.e. routing arithmetic. In
order to finish this function, many transferring
paths, i.e. routing table, are saved in the router,
for choosing when needed.
Static Route
Static Route is set by administrator in advance is
called static route. Usually, it is set according to
network configuration when installing the
operation system. It would not be changed
according to network structure’s change.
Destination LAN IP: The address of the remote
host with which you want to construct a static
route.
Subnet Mask: The network portion of the
Destination LAN IP.
Gateway: The gateway of the next hop.
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Chapter 12: System Tools
Time
This section is to select the time zone for your
location. If you turn off the Router, the settings for
time disappear. However, the Router will
automatically obtain the GMT time again once it
has access to the Internet.
Time Zone: Select your time zone from the
drop-down menu.
Customized time: Enter the time you customize.
DDNS
The DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is
supported in this router. It 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 the Router.
If you want to activate this function, please select
“Enable” and a DDNS service provider to sign up.
DDNS: Click the radio button to enable or disable
the DDNS service.
Service Provider: Select one from the
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drop-down menu and press “Sign up” for
registration.
User Name: Enter the user name the same as
the registration name.
Password: Enter the password you set.
Domain Name: Enter the domain name which is
optional.
Backup/Restore
The device provides backup/restore settings, so
you need set a directory to keep these
parameters.
Backup: Click this button to back up the Router’s
configurations.
Browse: Click this button to browse the directory
where you Back up or save files.
Restore: Click this button to restore the Router’s
configurations.
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Firmware Upgrade
The Router provides the firmware upgrade by
clicking the “Upgrade” after browsing for the
firmware upgrade packet which you can
download from www.tenda.cn. After the upgrade
is completed, the Router will reboot automatically.
Browse: Click this button to browse the directory
where you download the firmware upgrade files.
Upgrade: Click this button to start upgrade.
IMPORTANT: Do not power off the system
during the firmware upgrade to
avoid damaging the device. The
Router will reboot after the
upgrade.
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Restore to Factory Default Settings
This button is to reset all configurations to the
default values. It means the Router will lose all
the settings you have set. So please Note down
the related settings if necessary.
Restore to Factory Default Settings: Click this
button to restore to default settings.
Factory Default Settings:
User Name: admin
Password: admin
IP Address: 192.168.0.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
NOTE: After restoring to default settings,
please restart the device, then the
default settings can go into effect.
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Reboot
Rebooting the Router makes the settings
configured go into effect or to set the Router again
if setting failure happens.
Reboot the router: Click this button to reboot the
device.
Change Password
This section is to set a new user name and
password to better secure your router and
network. Please Note that the new password
should be less than 14 characters.
User Name: Enter a new user name for the
device.
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 the Router.
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System Log
The section is to view the system log. Click the
“Refresh” to update the log. Click “Clear” to
clear all shown information. If the log is over
150 records, it will clear them automatically.
Refresh: Click this button to update the log.
Clear: Click this button to clear the current
shown log.
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Appendix A: Product Features
◆Integrates router, wireless access point, four-port switch and firewall in one
◆Complies with IEEE802.11n, IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g standards
◆MIMO technology utilizes reflection signal to increase eight times transmission distance of original
802.11g standard and reduces the "dead spots" in the wireless coverage area
◆Provides 300Mbps receiving rate and 150Mbps sending rate
◆Supports WMM to make your voice and video more smooth
◆Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2 encryption methods and 802.1x security authentication
standards
◆WPS (PBC and PIN) encryption method to free you from remembering long passwords
◆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 the router
◆Supports MAC address filtering, NAT, NAPT
◆Supports UPnP and DDNS
◆Supports the access control over 30 MAC addresses
◆Supports DHCP server/client
◆Supports SNTP
◆Supports virtual server and DMZ host
◆Supports auto wireless channel selection
◆Supports WDS function (wireless distribution system)
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