ADSL2+ Home Router
ADSL2+ Home Router
Model no.: iB-LR7011A
User Guide
Rev:2.0.0
1910020704
FCC STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to pro-vide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not in-stalled and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1)
This device may not cause harmful interference.
2)
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CE Mark Warning
This is a class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CONTENTS
Package Contents .................................................................................................... 1
Chapter 1.
Introduction ........................................................................................ 2
1.1
Product Overview .................................................................................................... 2
1.2
Main Features ......................................................................................................... 2
1.3
Conventions ............................................................................................................ 3
Chapter 2.
Hardware Installation ......................................................................... 4
2.1
The Front Panel ....................................................................................................... 4
2.2
The Back Panel ....................................................................................................... 5
2.3
Installation Environment .......................................................................................... 5
2.4
Hardware Installation procedures ............................................................................ 6
Chapter 3.
Quick Installation Guide .................................................................... 7
3.1
Configure PC ........................................................................................................... 7
3.2
Quick Installation Guide ........................................................................................... 9
Chapter 4.
4.1
Software Configuration .................................................................... 14
Status .................................................................................................................... 14
4.1.1
Device Info ..................................................................................................................... 14
4.1.2
System Log .................................................................................................................... 15
4.1.3
Statistics ......................................................................................................................... 16
4.2
Quick Start............................................................................................................. 18
4.3
Network Setup ....................................................................................................... 18
4.4
4.5
4.3.1
WAN ............................................................................................................................... 18
4.3.2
LAN................................................................................................................................. 22
4.3.3
IPv6 ................................................................................................................................ 25
Advanced Setup .................................................................................................... 25
4.4.1
Firewall ........................................................................................................................... 26
4.4.2
Routing ........................................................................................................................... 26
4.4.3
NAT ................................................................................................................................ 27
4.4.4
QoS ................................................................................................................................ 31
4.4.5
VLAN .............................................................................................................................. 32
4.4.6
ADSL .............................................................................................................................. 34
Access Management ............................................................................................. 35
4.5.1
ACL................................................................................................................................. 35
4.5.2
Filter................................................................................................................................ 36
4.5.3
SNMP ............................................................................................................................. 42
4.5.4
UPnP .............................................................................................................................. 42
4.5.5
DDNS ............................................................................................................................. 43
4.5.6
CWMP ............................................................................................................................ 43
4.6
4.7
Maintenance .......................................................................................................... 44
4.6.1
Administration ................................................................................................................. 44
4.6.2
Time Zone ...................................................................................................................... 45
4.6.3
Firmware......................................................................................................................... 46
4.6.4
SysRestart ...................................................................................................................... 49
4.6.5
Diagnostics ..................................................................................................................... 49
Help ....................................................................................................................... 49
Appendix A: Specifications ................................................................................... 51
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Package Contents
The following items should be found in your package.
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1- iB-LR7011A ADSL2+ Router
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1- Power Adapter
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Quick Installation Guide
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1 - RJ45 cable
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2 - RJ11 cables
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1- ADSL splitter
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One Resource CD, including
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User Guide
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Other Helpful Information
 Note:
If any of the listed contents is damaged or missing, please contact the retailer from whom you
purchased the product for assistance.
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Chapter 1. Introduction
Thank you for choosing the iB-LR7011A ADSL2+ Router.
1.1
Product Overview
The device is designed to provide a simple and cost-effective ADSL Internet connection for a
private Ethernet network.
iBall Baton iB-LR7011A connects to an Ethernet LAN or computers via standard Ethernet ports.
The ADSL connection is made using ordinary telephone line with standard connectors. Multiple
workstations can be networked and connected to the Internet using a single Wide Area Network
(WAN) interface and single global IP address. The advanced security enhancements, IP/MAC
Filter, Application Filter and URL Filter can help to protect your network from potentially
devastating intrusions by malicious agents from the outside of your network.
Quick Start of the Web-based Utility is supplied and friendly help messages are provided for the
configuration. Network and Router management is done through the Web-based Utility which can
be accessed through local Ethernet using any web browser.
iBall Baton iB-LR7011A supports full-rate ADSL2+ connectivity conforming to the ITU and ANSI
specifications. In addition to the basic DMT physical layer functions, the ADSL2+ PHY supports
dual latency ADSL2+ framing (fast and interleaved) and the I.432 ATM Physical Layer.
1.2
Main Features
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Complies with IEEE 802.3 & IEEE 802.3u standards.
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Complies with ADSL protocols (ADSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2+).
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1-10/100M RJ45 LAN port (Auto MDI/MDIX) & 1- RJ11 (WAN) Port.
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With Multiple PVC (Permanent Virtual Circuit).
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Supports downstream data rates up to 24Mbps, upstream data rates up to 3.5Mbps
(With Annex M enabled).
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With IPTV Ready feature.
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Triple Active Firewall: SPI, NAT & Packet filtering.
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IPv4& IPv6 (Dual Stack)
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Firewall filtering as IP/MAC filter, Application filter and URL filter.
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Virtual Server, DMZ host and IP Address Mapping.
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Supports Dynamic DNS, UPnP and Static Routing.
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Built-in DHCP server.
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Supports long transfers, the max line length can reach to 6.5Km.
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Supports remote configuration and management through SNMP.
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With VPN Pass-through (IPsec, PPTP, L2TP) pass-through
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Diagnostic Tool - Ping & Traceroute
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Real-time Configuration and device monitoring.
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Supports system log and flow Statistics.
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Supports firmware upgrade and Web management.
1.3
Conventions
The Router or device mentioned in this User Guide stands for iB-LR7011A or iBall Baton ADSL2+
Router without any explanations.
Parameters provided in the pictures are just references for setting up the product, which may
differ from the actual situation.
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Chapter 2. Hardware Installation
2.1
The Front Panel
Figure 2-1
The LEDs are located on the front panel. They indicate the device’s working status. For details,
please refer to LED Explanation.
LED Explanation:
LED
Status
Indication
On
Power is OK.
Off
Power is failed.
On
There is a successful connection on LAN port but no activity.
Power
LAN
Flash
Data is being transferred over the LAN connection.
Off
There is no connection on LAN port or the connection is
abnormal.
On
The LINE port is linked up.
ADSL
Flash
The ADSL Router is training.
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Off
The LINE port is linked down.
On
A successful PPP connection has been established.
Flash
Off
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Data is being transferred over the Internet.
There is no successful PPP connection or the Router works on
Bridge mode.
The Back Panel
Figure 2-2
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ON/OFF: The switch for the power.
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POWER: The Power plug is where you will connect the power adapter.
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LAN: Through the port, you can connect the Router to your PC or the other Ethernet network
devices.
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RESET: There are two ways to reset the Router's factory defaults.
Method-I: With the Router powered on, use a pin to press and hold the Reset button for at
least 5 seconds. And the Router will reboot to its factory default settings.
Method-II: Restore the default setting from “Maintenance > SysRestart” of the Router's
Web-based Utility.
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2.3
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LINE: Through the port, you can connect the Router with the telephone.
Installation Environment
The Product should not be located where it will be exposed to moisture or excessive heat.
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Place the Router in a location where it can be connected to the various devices as well as to
a power source.
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Make sure the cables and power cord are placed safely out of the way so they do not create a
tripping hazard.
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2.4
The Router can be placed on a shelf or desktop.
Hardware Installation procedures
The procedure to install the Router can be described in the following steps:
First Step: Connect the Modem port of Splitter with the LINE port of the Router by telephone line.
Second Step: Connect category 5 cable with RJ45 jacks to Router’s LAN port and your
computer’s NIC.
Third Step: Plug one end of the provided Power Adapter into the Power jack on the Router and
the other end to a standard electrical outlet.
Last Step: Check the line connection to see if everything is ready. Power on finally.
Figure 2-3
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Chapter 3. Quick Installation Guide
3.1
Configure PC
After you directly connect your PC to the iB-LR7011A or connect your adapter to a Hub/Switch
which has connected to the Router, you need to configure your PC’s IP address. Follow the steps
below to configure it.
Step 1: Click the Start menu on your desktop, right click My Network Places, and then select
Properties (shown in Figure 3-1).
Figure 3-1
Step 2: Right click Local Area Connection (LAN), and then select Properties.
Figure 3-2
Step 3: Select General tab, highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then click the Properties
button.
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Figure 3-3
Step 4: Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address
automatically” as Figure 3-4 shows. After that, click OK.
Figure 3-4
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Now, you can run the Ping command in the command prompt to verify the network connection.
Please click the Start menu on your desktop, select run tab, type cmd or command in the field
and press Enter. To continue, please type ping 192.168.1.1 on the following appeared command
prompt screen and then presses Enter.
If the result displayed is similar to the screen below, the connection between your PC and the
Router has been established.
Figure 3-5
If the result displayed is similar to the screen shown below, it means that your PC has not
connected to the Router.
Figure 3-6
You can check it follow the steps below:
1)
Is the connection between your PC and the Router correct?
The LED of LAN port which you link to the device and the LEDs on your PC's adapter should
be lit.
2)
Is the TCP/IP configuration for your PC correct?
If the Router's IP address is 192.168.1.1, your PC's IP address must be within the range of
192.168.1.2 ~ 192.168.1.254.
3.2
Quick Installation Guide
Once your host PC is properly configured, please proceed as follows to use the Web-based Utility:
Start your web browser and type the private IP address of the Router in the URL field: 192.168.1.1.
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After that, you will see the screen shown below, enter the default User Name admin and the
default Password admin, and then click Login to access to the Quick Start screen. You can
follow the steps below to complete the Quick Start.
Figure 3-7
Step 1: Select the Quick Start tab, and then click RUN WIZARD, and you will see Figure 3-8.
Click the NEXT button.
Figure 3-8
Step 2: Configure the time for the Router, and then click the NEXT button.
Figure 3-9
Step 3: Select the connection type to connect to the ISP (We select PPPoE/PPPoA mode for
example here), and then click the NEXT button.
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Figure 3-10
Step 4: Configure the following options provided by your ISP: Username, Password, VPI, VCI
and Connection Type. Then click NEXT.
Figure 3-11
Step 5: Click NEXT to finish the Quick Start.
Figure 3-12
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Chapter 4. Software Configuration
This User Guide recommends using the “Quick Installation Guide” for first-time installation. For
advanced users, if you want to know more about this device and make use of its functions
adequately, maybe you will get help from this chapter to configure the advanced settings through
the Web-based Utility.
After your successful login, you can configure and manage the device. There are main menus on
the top of the Web-based Utility, submenus will be available after you click one of the main menus.
On the center of the Web-based Utility, there are the detailed configurations or status information.
To apply any settings you have altered on the page, please click the SAVE button.
4.1
Status
Choose “Status”, you can see the next submenus: Device Info, System Log and Statistics.
Click any of them, and you will be able to configure the corresponding function.
Figure 4-1
4.1.1 Device Info
Choose “Status→Device Info” menu, and you will be able to view the device information,
including LAN, WAN and ADSL. The information will vary depending on the settings of the Router
configured on the Network Setup screen.
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Figure 4-2
4.1.2 System Log
Choose “Status→System Log” menu, and you will be able to query the logs of the Router.
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Figure 4-3
The Router can keep logs of all traffic. You can query the logs to find what happened to the
Router.
Click the CLEAR LOG button to clear the logs.
Click the SAVE LOG button to save the logs.
4.1.3 Statistics
Choose “Status→Statistics” menu, and you will be able to view the network traffic over Ethernet,
and ADSL.
Figure 4-4
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Interface: You can select Ethernet and ADSL to view the corresponding network traffic over
different ports.
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Select Ethernet, and you will see the statistics table as below.
Statistics Table:
Transmit Frames
Transmit Multicast Frames
Transmit total Bytes
Transmit
Statistics
Transmit Collision
Transmit Error Frames
Receive Frames
Receive Multicast Frames
Receive total Bytes
Receive
Statistics
Receive CRC Errors
Receive Under-size Frames
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The frames transmitted over the Ethernet port.
The multicast frames transmitted over the Ethernet
port.
The total bytes transmitted over the Ethernet port.
The collision occurred over the Ethernet port when
data is being transmitted.
The error frames over the Ethernet port when data
is being transmitted.
The frames received over the Ethernet port.
The multicast frames received over the Ethernet
port.
The total bytes received over the Ethernet port.
The CRC errors occurred over the Ethernet port
when data is being received.
The Under-size frames received over the Ethernet
port.
Select ADSL, and you will see the statistics table as below.
Statistics Table:
Transmit
Statistics
Receive
Statistics
Transmit total PDUs
Transmit total Error Counts
Receive total PDUs
Receive total Error Counts
The total PDUs transmitted over the ADSL port.
The total errors occurred over the ADSL port when data
is being transmitted.
The total PDUs transmitted over the ADSL port.
The total errors occurred over the ADSL port when data
is being received.
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Quick Start
Please refer to "3.2 Guick Installation Guide".
4.3
Network Setup
Choose “Network Setup”, you can see the next submenus: WAN, LAN and IPv6.
Figure 4-5
Click any of them, and you will be able to configure the corresponding function.
4.3.1 WAN
Choose “Network Setup→WAN” menu, you can configure the parameters for WAN ports in the
next screen (shown in Figure 4-6).
Figure 4-6
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ATM VC: ATM settings are used to connect to your ISP. Your ISP provides VPI (Virtual Path
Identifier), VCI (Virtual Channel Identifier) settings to you. In this Device, you can totally set
up 8 VCs on different encapsulations, if you apply 8 different virtual circuits from your ISP.
You need to activate the VC to take effect. For PVCs management, you can use ATM QoS to
set up each PVC traffic line's priority.
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Virtual Circuit: Select the VC number you want to set up, PVC0~PVC7.
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Status: If you want to use a designed VC, you should activate it.
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VPI: Identifies the virtual path between endpoints in an ATM network. The valid range is
from 0 to 255. Please input the value provided by your ISP.
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VCI: Identifies the virtual channel endpoints in an ATM network. The valid range is from
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32 to 65535 (1 to 31 is reserved for well-known protocols). Please input the value
provided by your ISP.
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PVCs Summary: Click the button, you can view the summary information about the
PVCs.
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QoS: Select the Quality of Service types for this Virtual Circuit, including CBR (Constant
Bit Rate), UBR (Unspecified Bit Rate) and VBR (Variable Bit Rate). These QoS types are
all controlled by the parameters specified below, including PCR (Peak Cell Rate), SCR
(Sustained Cell Rate) and MBS (Maximum Burst Size), please configure them according
your needs.
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IPv4 / IPv6: This router supports Dual Stack.
Encapsulation: There are four connection types: Dynamic IP Address, Static IP Address,
PPPoA/PPPoE and Bridge Mode. Please choose the designed type that you want to use.
After that, you should follow the configuration below to proceed.
1.
Dynamic IP Address
Select this option if your ISP provides you an IP address automatically. This option is typically
used for Cable services. Please enter the Dynamic IP information accordingly.
Figure 4-7
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Encapsulation: Select the encapsulation mode for the Dynamic IP Address, you can leave it
default.
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Bridge Interface: Activate the option, the Router can also work in Bridge mode.
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Default Route: If enable this function, the current PVC will be considered as the default
gateway to internet from this device.
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TCP MTU Option: Enter the TCP MTU as your desire.
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NAT: Select this option to Enable/Disable the NAT (Network Address Translation) function
for this VC. The NAT function can be activated or deactivated per PVC basis.
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Dynamic Route: Select this option to specify the RIP (Routing Information protocol) version
for WAN interface, including RIP1, RIP2-B and RIP2-M. RIP2-B and RIP2-M are both sent in
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RIP2 format, the difference is that RIP2-M using Multicast, while RIP2-B using Broadcast
format.
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Direction: Select this option to specify the RIP direction. None is for disabling the RIP
function. Both means the ADSL Router will periodically send routing information and
accept routing information, and then incorporate them into routing table. IN only means
the ADSL router will only accept but will not send RIP packet. OUT only means the
ADSL router will only send but will not accept RIP packet.
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Multicast: Select IGMP version, or disable the function. IGMP (Internet Group Multicast
Protocol) is a session-layer protocol used to establish membership in a multicast group. The
ADSL ATU-R supports both IGMP version 1 (IGMP v1), IGMP v2 and IGMP v3. Select
“Disabled” to disable it.
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MAC Spoofing: MAC Spoofing feature allows you to change the assigned MAC address of
the ADSL Router to a different one, which may allow the bypassing of access control lists on
servers either hiding a computer on a network or allowing it to impersonate another computer.
You can select Enable and specify a MAC Address for the Router here, or keep the default
setting as Disable.
2.
Static IP Address
Select this option if your ISP provides static IP information to you. You should set static IP
address, IP subnet mask, and gateway address in the screen below (shown in Figure 4-8).
Figure 4-8
 Note:
Each IP address entered in the fields must be in the appropriate IP form, which is four IP octets
separated by a dot (x.x.x.x), such as 192.168.1.100. The Router will not accept the IP address if it
is not in this format.
3.
PPPoE/PPPoA
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Select this option if your ISP requires you to use a PPPoE connection. This option is typically
used for DSL services. Select Dynamic PPPoE to obtain an IP address automatically for your
PPPoE connection. Select Static PPPoE to use a static IP address for your PPPoE connection.
Please enter the information accordingly.
Figure 4-9
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Service name: Specify a name for the PPPoA/PPPoE connection for recognition.
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Username: Enter your username for your PPPoA/PPPoE connection to identify and verify
your account to the ISP.
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Password: Enter your password for your PPPoA/PPPoE connection.
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Encapsulation: For both PPPoA/PPPoE connection, you need to specify the type of
Multiplexing, either LLC or VC Mux.
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Bridge Interface: Activate the option, the Router can also work in Bridge mode.
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Connection: For PPPoA/PPPoE connection, you can select Always on or Connect
on-Demand or Connect Manually. Connect on demand is dependent on the traffic. If there
is no traffic (or Idle) for a pre-specified period of time), the connection will tear down
automatically. And once there is traffic send or receive, the connection will be automatically
on.
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Static/Dynamic IP Address: For PPPoA/PPPoE connection, you need to specify the public
IP address for this ADSL Router. The IP address can be either dynamically (via DHCP) or
given IP address provided by your ISP. For Static IP, you need to specify the IP address,
Subnet Mask and Gateway IP address.
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Default Route: You should select Yes to configure the PVC as the default gateway to
internet from this device.
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MAC Spoofing: MAC Spoofing feature allows you to change the assigned MAC address of
the ADSL Router to a different one, which may allow the bypassing of access control lists on
servers either hiding a computer on a network or allowing it to impersonate another computer.
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You can select Enable and specify a MAC Address for the Router here, or keep the default
setting as Disable.
4.
Bridge Mode
If you select this type of connection, the modem can be configured to act as a bridging device
between your LAN and your ISP. Bridges are devices that enable two or more networks to
communicate as if they are two segments of the same physical LAN.
Figure 4-10
 Note:
After you finish the Internet configuration, please click SAVE to make the settings take effect.
4.3.2 LAN
Choose “Network Setup→LAN” menu, and you will see the LAN screen (shown in Figure 4-11).
Please configure the parameters for LAN ports according to the descriptions below.
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Figure 4-11
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Router Local IP: These are the IP settings of the LAN interface for the device. These
settings may be referred to as Private settings. You may change the LAN IP address if
needed. The LAN IP address is private to your internal network and cannot be seen on the
Internet.
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IP Address: Enter the Router’s local IP Address, then you can access to the Web-based
Utility via the IP Address, the default value is 192.168.1.1.
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IP Subnet Mask: Enter the Router’s Subnet Mask, the default value is 255.255.255.0.
•
Dynamic Route: Select this option to specify the RIP (Routing Information protocol)
version for LAN interface, including RIP1, RIP2-B and RIP2-M. RIP2-B and RIP2-M are
both sent in RIP2 format, the difference is that RIP2-M using Multicast, while RIP2-B
using Broadcast format.
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Direction: Select this option to specify the RIP direction. None is for disabling the RIP
function. Both means the ADSL Router will periodically send routing information and
accept routing information, and then incorporate them into routing table. IN only means
the ADSL router will only accept but will not send RIP packet. OUT only means the
ADSL router will only send but will not accept RIP packet.
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Multicast: Select IGMP version, or disable the function. IGMP (Internet Group Multicast
Protocol) is a session-layer protocol used to establish membership in a multicast group.
The ADSL ATU-R supports both IGMP version 1 (IGMP v1), IGMP v2 and IGMP v3.
Select “Disabled” to disable it.
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IGMP Snoop: Enable the IGMP Snoop function if you need.
DHCP Server: Select Enabled, then you will see the screen below (shown in Figure 4-12).
The Router will work as a DHCP Server, it becomes the default gateway for DHCP client
connected to it. DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Control Protocol. The DHCP Server gives
out IP addresses when a device is booting up and request an IP address to be logged on to
the network. That device must be set as a DHCP client to obtain the IP address automatically.
By default, the DHCP Server is enabled. The DHCP address pool contains the range of the
IP address that will automatically be assigned to the clients on the network.
Figure 4-12
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Starting IP Address: Enter the starting IP address for the DHCP server's IP assignment.
Because the default IP address for the Router is 192.168.1.1, the default Start IP
Address is 192.168.1.100, and the Start IP Address must be 192.168.1.100 or greater,
but smaller than 192.168.1.254.
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IP Pool Count: The max user pool size.
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Lease Time: The length of time for the IP lease. After the dynamic IP address has
expired, the user will be automatically assigned a new dynamic IP address. The default
is 259200 seconds.
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DNS Relay: If you want to disable this feature, you just need to set both Primary and
secondary DNS IP to 0.0.0.0. If you want to use DNS relay, you can set up DNS server
IP to 192.168.1.1 on their Computer. If not, the device will perform as no DNS relay.
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Primary DNS Server: Type in your preferred DNS server.
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Secondary DNS Server: Type in your preferred DNS server.
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Current Pool Summary: Click the button, you can view the IP addresses that the DHCP
Server gives out.
 Note:
If Use Auto Discovered DNS Server Only is selected in DNS Relay, this router will accept the
first received DNS assignment from one of the PPPoA, PPPoE or MER/DHCP enabled PVC(s)
during the connection establishment. If Use User Discovered DNS Server Only is selected in
DNS Relay, it is necessary for you to enter the primary and optional secondary DNS server IP
addresses. After type in the address, click SAVE button to save it and invoke it.
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DHCP Relay: Select Relay, then you will see the next screen (shown in Figure 4-13), the
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Router will work as a DHCP Relay. A DHCP relay is a computer that forwards DHCP data
between computers that request IP addresses and the DHCP server that assigns the
addresses. Each of the device's interfaces can be configured as a DHCP relay. If it is enabled,
the DHCP requests from local PCs will forward to the DHCP server runs on WAN side. To
have this function working properly, please run on router mode only, disable the DHCP server
on the LAN port, and make sure the routing table has the correct routing entry.
Figure 4-13
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DHCP Server IP for Relay Agent: Enter the DHCP server IP Address runs on WAN
side.
 Note:
If you select Disabled, the DHCP function will not take effect.
4.3.3 IPv6
Choose “Network Setup→IPv6” menu, and you will see the IPv6 screen (shown in Figure 4-14).
IPv6 is used in the situation that your WAN connection is IPv4 while LAN connection is IPv6.
Please configure the parameters according to the descriptions below.
Figure 4-14

6RD Enable: Select this option to Enable/Disable the 6RD.

6RD IPv6 Prefix: The prefix of the 6RD IPv6 tunnel.

IPv4 Mask Length: The length of the selected WAN connection’s IPv4 mask.

6RD Border Relay IPv4 Addr: The IPv4 address of the border relay router in 6RD tunnel.

6RD Prefix Delegation: The delegation of the 6RD prefix.
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Use PVC: Select the PVC number you want to use, PVC0~PVC7.
4.4
Advanced Setup
Choose “Advanced Setup”, you can see the next submenus:
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Figure 4-15
Click any of them, and you will be able to configure the corresponding function.
4.4.1 Firewall
Choose “Advanced Setup→Firewall” menu, and you will see the next screen (shown in Figure
4-16).
Figure 4-16

Firewall: Select this option can automatically detect and block Denial of Service (DoS)
attacks, such as Ping of Death, SYN Flood, Port Scan and Land Attack.

SPI: If you enable SPI, all traffics initiated from WAN would be blocked, including DMZ,
Virtual Server, and ACL WAN side.
4.4.2 Routing
Choose “Advanced Setup→Routing” menu, and you will see the routing information in the next
screen (shown in Figure 4-17).
Figure 4-17
Click ADD ROUTE button to add a new route in the next screen (shown in Figure 4-18).
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Figure 4-18

Destination IP Address: This parameter specifies the IP network address of the final
destination.

IP Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask for this destination.

Gateway IP Address: Enter the IP address of the gateway. The gateway is an immediate
neighbor of your ADSL Router that will forward the packet to the destination. On the LAN, the
gateway must be a router on the same segment as your Router; over Internet (WAN), the
gateway must be the IP address of one of the remote nodes.

Metric: Metric represents the "cost" of transmission for routing purposes. IP Routing uses
hop count as the measurement of cost, with a minimum of 1 for directly connected networks.
Enter a number that approximates the cost for this link. The number need not to be precise,
but it must between 1 and 15. In practice, 2 or 3 is usually a good number.

Announced in RIP: This parameter determines if the ADSL router will include the route to
this remote node in its RIP broadcasts. If set to Yes, the route to this remote node will be
propagated to other hosts through RIP broadcasts. If No, this route is kept private and is not
included in RIP broadcasts.
4.4.3 NAT
Choose “Advanced Setup→NAT” menu, you can set up the NAT (Network Address Translation)
function for the Router (shown in Figure 4-19).
Figure 4-19
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Virtual Circuit: Enter Virtual Circuit Index that you plan to set up for the NAT function.

NAT Status: This field shows the current status of the NAT function for the current VC. You
can go to the previous screen (shown in Figure 4-6) to activate the function.

Number of IPs: This field is to specify how many IPs are provided by your ISP for current VC.
It can be single IP or multiple IPs. We select Multiple to explain.
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 Note:
For VCs with single IP, they share the same DMZ and Virtual servers; for VCs with multiple IPs,
each VC can set DMZ and Virtual servers. Furthermore, for VCs with multiple IPs, they can define
the Address Mapping rules; for VCs with single IP, since they have only one IP, there is no need
to individually define the Address Mapping rule.
4.4.3.1. DMZ
Choose “Advanced Setup→NAT→DMZ” in Figure 4-19, you can configure the DMZ host in the
next screen. A DMZ (demilitarized zone) is a host between a private local network and the outside
public network. It prevents outside users from getting direct access to a server that has company
data. Users of the public network outside the company can access to the DMZ host.
Figure 4-20
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DMZ Host IP Address: Enter the specified IP Address for DMZ host on the LAN side.
4.4.3.2. Virtual Server
Choose “Advanced Setup→NAT→Virtual Server” in Figure 4-19, you can configure the Virtual
Server in the next screen.
The Virtual Server is the server or server(s) behind NAT (on the LAN), for example, Web server or
FTP server, that you can make visible to the outside world even though NAT makes your whole
inside network appear as a single machine to the outside world.
Figure 4-21
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Rule Index: The Virtual server rule index for this VC. You can specify 10 rules in maximum.
All the VCs with single IP will use the same Virtual Server rules.
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Start & End port number: Enter the specific Start and End Port number you want to forward.
If it is one port only, you can enter the End port number the same as Start port number. For
example, you want to set the FTP Virtual server, you can set the start and end port number to
21.

Local IP Address: Enter the IP Address for the Virtual Server in LAN side.

Virtual Server Listing: This displays the information about the Virtual Servers you establish.
To add a virtual server entry:
Step 1: Select the “Virtual Circuit” and select “Number of IPs”. (Shown in Figure 4-19).
 Note:
For VCs with single IP, select Single; For VCs with multiple IPs, select Multiple for the option.
Step 2: Select the Rule index for the rule as shown in Figure 4-21.
Step 3: Select the application you want from drop-down list, then the protocol and port number
will be added to the corresponding field automatically, you only need to configure the IP
address for the virtual server; If the application list does not contain the service that you
want, please configure the Port number, IP Address and Protocol manually.
Step 4: After that, click SAVE to make the entry take effect.
Other operations for the entries are as follows:
Enter the index of assigned entry, click the DELETE button to delete the entry.
Click the Back button to return to the previous screen.
Click the CANCEL button to cancel the configuration which is made just now.
4.4.3.3. IP Address Mapping
Choose “Advanced Setup→NAT”, select Multiple in Number of IPs. Click IP Address Mapping,
then you can configure the Address Mapping Rule in Figure 4-23. The IP Address Mapping is for
those VCs that configured with multiple IPs. The IP Address Mapping rule is per-VC based (only
for Multiple IPs' VCs).
Figure 4-22
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Figure 4-23
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Rule Index: Select the Address Mapping Rule index for this VC. You can specify 8 rules in
maximum.

Rule Type: There are four types, one-to-one, Many-to-One, Many-to-Many Overload and
Many-to-Many No-overload.

Local Start & End IP: Enter the local IP Address you plan to map to. Local Start IP is the
starting local IP address and Local End IP is the ending local IP address. If the rule is for all
local IPs, then the Start IP is 0.0.0.0 and the End IP is 255.255.255.255.

Public Start & End IP: Enter the public IP Address you want to do NAT. Public Start IP is the
starting public IP address and Public End IP is the ending public IP address. If you have a
dynamic IP, enter 0.0.0.0 as the Public Start IP.

Address Mapping List: This displays the information about the Mapping addresses.
To add a mapping rule:
Step 1: Select the “Virtual Circuit” and Multiple for the “Number of IPs”. Then select the tab IP
Address Mapping (shown in Figure 4-22).
 Note:
IP Address Mapping is only available for VCs with Multiple IPs.
Step 2: Select the Rule index for the rule as shown in Figure 4-23.
Step 3: Select the rule type you want from the drop-down list.
Step 4: Enter the local and public IP addresses in the corresponding fields.
Step 5: After that, click SAVE to make the entry take effect.
Other operations for the entries are as follows:
Enter the index of assigned entry, click the DELETE button to delete the entry.
Click the Back button to return to the previous screen.
Click the CANCEL button to cancel the configuration which is made just now.
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4.4.4 QoS
Choose “Advanced Setup→QoS”, you can configure the QoS in the next screen. QoS helps to
prioritize data as it enters your router. By attaching special identification marks or headers to
incoming packets, QoS determines which queue the packets enter, based priority. This is useful
when there are certain types of data you want to give higher priority, such as voice data packets
give higher priority than Web data packets. This option will provide better service of selected
network traffic over various technologies.
Figure 4-24

QoS: Select this option to Activate/Deactivate the IP QoS on different types (IP ToS and
DiffServ).

Summary: Click the button to view the configurations of QoS.

Rule: Configure the rules for QoS. If the traffic complies with the rule, then the Router will
take the corresponding action to deal with it.
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Rule Index: Select the index for the rule you want to configure.
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Active: Activate the rule. The rule can take effect only when it is activated.
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Application: Select the application that the rule aimed at.
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Physical Ports: Select the port whose traffic flow are controlled by the rule.
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Destination MAC & IP & Mask & Port Range: Enter the IP information about the
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Destination host for the rule.
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Source MAC & IP & Mask & Port Range: Enter the IP information about the Source
host for the rule.
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Protocol ID: Select one among TCP/UDP, TCP, UDP or ICMP protocols for the
application.
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Vlan ID Range: Enter the Vlan range, then the rule will be effective to the selected
Vlans.
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IPP/DS Field: Select the type of the action to assign the priority.
When you select IPP/TOS, you can assign the priority via IP information. IP QoS function is
intended to deliver guaranteed as well as differentiated Internet services by giving network
resource and usage control to the Network operator.
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IP Precedence Range: Enter the IP precedence range that the Router takes to
differentiate the traffic.
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Type of Service: Select the type of service that the Router takes to deal with the traffic.
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802.1p: Select the priority range for the rule.
When you select DSCP, you can assign the priority via DHCP (the header of IP group). It maps
the IP group into corresponding service class.

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DSCP Range: Enter the DSCP range to differentiate the traffic.
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802.1p: Select the priority range for the rule.
Action: Configure the action that the Router takes to deal with the traffic which accord with
the rule.
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IPP/DS Field: Select the type for the action.
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IP Precedence Remarking: Select the number to remark the priority for IP precedence.
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Type of Service Remarking: Select the type to remark the service.
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DSCP Remarking: Enter the number to remark the DSCP priority.
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802.1p Remarking: Select the type to remark the 802.1p priority.
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Queue: Select the priority type for the action.
4.4.5 VLAN
Choose “Advanced Setup→VLAN”, you can activate the VLAN function in the next screen.
Virtual LAN (VLAN) is a group of devices on one or more LANs that are configured so that they
can communicate as if they were attached to the same LAN, when in fact they are located on a
number of different LAN segments. Because VLANs are based on logical instead of physical
connections, it is very flexible for user/host management, bandwidth allocation and resource
optimization. There are two types of VLAN as follows:
Port-Based VLAN: Each physical switch port is configured with an access list specifying
membership in a set of VLANs.
ATM VLAN: Using LAN Emulation (LANE) protocol to map Ethernet packets into ATM cells and
deliver them to their destination by converting an Ethernet MAC address into an ATM address.
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Figure 4-25
1.
Assign VLAN PVID for each Interface
Click Assign VLAN PVID for each Interface in Figure 4-25, you can assign the PVID for each
interface in the next screen (shown in Figure 4-26).
Figure 4-26

PVID: Each physical port has a default VID called PVID (Port VID). PVID is assigned to
untagged frames or priority tagged frames (frames with null (0) VID) received on this port.
2.
Define VLAN Group
Click Define VLAN Group in Figure 4-25, you can define VLAN groups in the next screen (shown
in Figure 4-27).
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Figure 4-27
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VLAN Index: Select the VLAN index for this VC. You can specify 8 groups in maximum.

VLAN ID: This indicates the VLAN group.

ATM VCs: Select the ATM VCs as members of VLAN, and if you leave the Tagged blank, the
tag in frames will be deleted when transmitted from the VC.

Ethernet: Select the Ethernet port as a member of VLAN, and if you leave the Tagged blank,
the tag in frames will be deleted when transmitted from the port.

VLAN Group Summary: This displays the information about the VLAN Groups.
4.4.6 ADSL
Choose “Advanced Setup→ADSL”, you can select the ADSL Type and ADSL Mode in the next
screen. The ADSL feature can be selected when you meet the physical connection problem.
Please check the proper settings with your Internet service provider.
Figure 4-28
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ADSL Mode: Select the ADSL operation mode which your ADSL connection uses.

ADSL Type: Select the ADSL operation type which your ADSL connection uses.
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Access Management
Choose “Access Management”, you can see the next submenus:
Figure 4-29
Click any of them, and you will be able to configure the corresponding function.
4.5.1 ACL
Choose “Access Management→ACL”, you can see the next screen (shown in Figure 4-30). You
can specify the client to access the ADSL Router once setting his IP as a Secure IP Address
through selected applications.
Figure 4-30

ACL: If Activated, the IP addresses which are contained in the Access Control List can
access to the Router. If Deactivated, all IP addresses can access to the Router.

ACL Rule Index: Select the ACL rule index for the entry.

Active: Enable the ACL rule.

Secure IP Address: Select the IP addresses which are permitted to access to the Router
remotely. With the default IP 0.0.0.0, any client would be allowed to remotely access the
ADSL Router.

Application: Select the application for the ACL rule, and then you can access the Router
through it.

Interface: Select the interface for access: LAN, WAN or Both.

Access Control of Listing: This displays the information about the ACL Rules.
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4.5.2 Filter
Choose “Access Management→Filter”, you can see the Filter screen (the default is IP/MAC
Filter screen shown in Figure 4-31). The filtering feature includes IP/MAC Filter, Application Filter,
URL Filter. The feature makes it possible for administrators to control user's access to the Internet,
protect the networks.
4.5.2.1. IP Filter
Select IP/MAC Filter as the Filter type, and select IP as the Rule type (shown in Figure 4-31),
then you can configure the filter rules based on IP address. The filtering includes Outgoing and
Incoming, the detailed descriptions are provided below.
Figure 4-31

Filter Type Selection: Select the filter type for the configuration below.

IP/MAC Filter Set Index: Select the Set index for the IP Filter entry. This index can match
with six IP / MAC Filter Rule Indexes.

Interface: Select the interface for the entry.
 Note:
If select PVC0~PVC7 as an interface, the filter will match the IP traffic of WAN port with specified
IPs (Source IP Address and Destination IP Address), If select LAN as an interface, the filter will
match the IP traffic of LAN port with specified IPs.
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Direction: Select the direction for this IP Filter rule. There are three filtering directions: Both,
Incoming, Outgoing.
 Note:
Incoming means that IP traffic which is coming into the router, and the Outgoing means that IP
traffic which is going out the router.

IP/MAC Filter Rule Index: Select the Rule index for the IP Filter entry.
 Note:
You should set the IP/MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index together to appoint
the address (shown in the Filter List) for the IP Filter rule. For example, (1, 2), it means the rule will
be shown in the row 2 IP/MAC Filter Set Index 1.

Rule Type: For IP Filter, please select IP here.

Active: Select “Yes” to make the rule to take effect.

Source IP Address: Enter the source IP address for the rule. You can enter 0.0.0.0; it means
that all IP addresses are controlled by the rule.

Subnet Mask: Enter the Subnet Mask for the rule.

Port Number: Enter the Port Number for the rule. You can enter 0, it means that all ports are
controlled by the rule.

Destination IP Address: Enter the destination IP address for the rule. You can enter 0.0.0.0,
it means that all IP addresses are controlled by the rule. The set of Subnet Mask and Port
Number are same as Source IP Address.

Protocol: Select the protocol: TCP, UDP or ICMP for the filter rule.

Rule Unmatched: If the current rule can not match, and you select Forward, the router will
skip the rule and transmit directly. If you select Next, the router will find the next filter rule
(show in Filter list) to match.

IP/MAC Filter Listing: This displays the information about the IP Filter rules.
To add an IP Address filtering entry:
For example: If you desire to block E-mail received and sent by the IP address 192.168.1.7 on
your local network; And wish to make the PCs with IP address 192.168.1.8 unable to visit the
website of IP address 202.96.134.12, while other PCs have no limit. You can configure the rules
as follows. Presume the rules are both aimed at the interface PVC0, and their indexes are (1, 1),
(1, 2) and (1, 3).
Step 1: Select the “IP/MAC Filter” as the Filer Type Selection (show in Figure 4-31).
Select the “IP” as the Rule Type on the Filter screen, then you can configure the specific
rule for the example.
Step 2: Select the IP/MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index for the rule, then
select the Interface “PVC0”, and select the Direction “Both” for the first rule.
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 Note:
If you want to make the rule take effect, please select Yes to active the rule.
Step 3: Enter the “Source IP Address”, “Destination IP Address”, “Subnet Mask” and “Port
Number” in the corresponding field.
Step 4: Select the Protocol as “TCP” and select the Unmatched rule as “Next”.
Step 5: Finally, click the SAVE to save the entry.
Step 6: Go to Step 2 to configure the next two rules: Block E-mail received by the IP address
192.168.1.7 on your local network; Make the PC with IP address 192.168.1.8 unable to
visit the website of IP address 202.96.134.12.
 Note:
After you complete the IP filter rules for the example, the Filter list will show as follows. You can
enter the IP / MAC Filter Set Index to view the information about the rule.
Other operation for the entries as shown in Figure 4-31:
Select the IP / MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index to view or modify the entry.
Select the IP / MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index to locate the specific rule,
and then click the DELETE button to delete the entry.
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4.5.2.2. MAC Filter
Select IP/MAC Filter as the Filter type, and select MAC as the Rule type (shown in Figure 4-32),
then you can configure the filter rules based on MAC address.
Figure 4-32

Rule Type: Select MAC for the MAC Filter rule.

Active: Select “Yes” to make the rule to take effect.

MAC Address: Enter the MAC address for the rule.

Rule Unmatched: If the current rule can not match, and you select Forward, the router will
skip the rule and transmit directly. If you select Next, the router will find the next filter rule
(show in Filter list) to match.

IP/MAC Filter Listing: This displays the information about the MAC Filter rules.
To add a MAC Address filtering entry:
For example: If you want to block the PCs with MAC addresses 00-0A-EB-00-07-BE and
00-0A-EB-00-07-5F to access the Internet, you can configure as follows. Presume the rules are
both aimed at the interface PVC0, and their indexes are (1, 1) and (1, 2).
Step 1: Select the “IP/MAC Filter” as the Filer Type Selection:
Select the “MAC” as the Rule Type on the Filter screen (show in Figure 4-32).
. Then you can configure the specific rule for the example.
Step 2: Select the IP/MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index for the rule, then
select the Interface “PVC0”, and select the Direction “Outgoing” for the first rule.
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If you want to make the rule take effect, please select Yes to active the rule.
Step 3: Enter the “MAC Address” and select the Unmatched rule as “Next”.
Step 4: Finally, click the SAVE to save the entry.
Step 5: Go to Step 2 to configure the next rule: Block the PC with MAC address
00-0A-EB-00-07-5F to access the Internet.
 Note:
After you complete the MAC filter rules for the example, the Filter list will show as follows. You can
enter the IP / MAC Filter Set Index to view the information about the rule.
Other operation for the entries as shown in Figure 4-28:
Select the IP / MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index to view or modify the entry.
Select the IP / MAC Filter Set Index and IP/MAC Filter Rule Index to locate the specific rule,
and then click the DELETE button to delete the entry.
4.5.2.3. Application Filter
Select Application Filter as the Filter type (shown in Figure 4-33), then you can configure the
filter rules based on application.
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Figure 4-33

Filter Type Selection: Select the Application Filter for the next configuration.

Application Filter: Activate or deactivate the function.

ICQ, MSN & Real Audio/Video: Select Allow or Deny for these applications. If you select
Allow, the Router will accept the application; if you select Deny, the Router will forbid the
application.
4.5.2.4. URL Filter
Select URL Filter as the Filter type (shown in Figure 4-34), then you can configure the filter rules
based on URL.
Figure 4-34

Filter Type Selection: Select the URL Filter for the next configuration.

Active: Select “Yes” to make the rule to take effect.

URL Index: Select the index for the URL Filter entry.

URL: Enter the URL for this URL Filter.

URL Filter Listing: This displays the information about the URL Filter rules
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Local Start IP & End IP : Can apply the IP range from Start to End for URL filtering
To add a URL filter entry:
For example, if you want to forbid the user to access the website: www.google.com. Presume its
index is “1”.
Step 1: Select the “URL Filter” as the Filer Type Selection (show in Figure 4-34).
Step 2: Select the Index for the rule, and then enter the website in the URL field.
Step 3: Select a range of IP or single IP Address to block the URL
Step 4: Finally, Select Yes to active the rule, and then click the SAVE to save the entry.
Other operation for the entries as shown in Figure 4-31:
Select the URL Index to view or modify the entry.
Select the URL Index to locate the specific rule, and then click the DELETE button to delete the
entry.
4.5.3 SNMP
Choose “Access Management→SNMP”, you can see the SNMP screen. The Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) is used for exchanging information between network devices.
Figure 4-35

Get Community: Set the password for the incoming Get and Get next requests from the
management station.

Set Community: Set the password for incoming Set requests from the management station.
4.5.4 UPnP
Choose “Access Management→UPnP”, you can configure the UPnP in the screen (shown in
Figure 4-36).
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) is a distributed, open networking standard that uses TCP/IP for
simple peer-to-peer network connectivity between devices. An UPnP device can dynamically join
a network, obtain an IP address, convey its capabilities and learn about other devices on the
network. In turn, a device can leave a network smoothly and automatically when it is no longer in
use. UPnP broadcasts are only allowed on the LAN.
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Figure 4-36
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UPnP: Activate or Deactivate the UPnP function. Only when the function is activated, can the
UPnP take effect.

Auto-Configure: If you activate the function, then the UPnP network devices can
automatically configure network addressing, announce their presence in the network to other
UPnP devices and enable exchange of simple product and service descriptions.
4.5.5 DDNS
Choose “Access Management→DDNS”, you can configure the DDNS function in the screen
(shown in Figure 4-37).
The router offers a Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) feature. The feature lets you use a
static host name with a dynamic IP address. User should type the host name, user name and
password assigned to your ADSL Router by your Dynamic DNS provider. User also can decide to
turn on DYNDNS Wildcard or not.
Figure 4-37

Dynamic DNS: Activate the DDNS function or not.

Service Provider: This field displays the service provider of DDNS.

My Host Name: Enter your host name here.

Username & Password: Type the “User Name” and “Password” for your DDNS account.
4.5.6 CWMP
Choose “Access Management→CWMP”, you can configure the CWMP function in the screen
(shown in Figure 4-38).
The router offers CWMP feature. The function supports TR-069 protocol which collects
information, diagnoses the devices and configures the devices automatically via ACS
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(Auto-Configuration Server).
Figure 4-38

CWMP: Select activate the CWMP function.

URL: Enter the website of ACS which is provided by your ISP.

User Name/Password: Enter the User Name and password to login the ACS server.

Path: Enter the path that connects to the ACS server.

Port: Enter the port that connects to the ACS server.

User Name/Password: Enter the User Name and Password that provided the ACS server to
login the router.

Periodic Inform: Activate or deactivate the function. If Activated, the information will be
informed to ACS server periodically.

4.6
Interval: Enter the interval time here.
Maintenance
Choose “Maintenance”, you can see the next submenus:
Figure 4-39
Click any of them, and you will be able to configure the corresponding function.
4.6.1 Administration
Choose “Maintenance→Administration”, you can set new password for admin in the screen
(shown in Figure 4-40).
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Figure 4-40
 Note:
1)
2)
There is only one account that can access Web-Management interface. The default account
is "admin", and the password is "admin". Admin has read/write access privilege.
When you change the password, you should enter the new password twice, and then click
SAVE to make the new password take effect.
4.6.2 Time Zone
Choose “Maintenance→Time Zone”, you can configure the system time in the screen (shown in
Figure 4-40).
The system time is the time used by the device for scheduling services. There are three methods
to configure the time. You can manually set the time or connect to a NTP (Network Time Protocol)
server. If a NTP server is set, you will only need to set the time zone. If you manually set the time,
you may also set Daylight Saving dates and the system time will automatically adjust on those
dates.
1.
NTP Server automatically
Select NTP Server automatically as the Synchronize time, you only need to set the time zone.
Figure 4-41
 Note:
The ADSL Router built-in some NTP Servers, when the Router connects to the Internet, the
Router will get the system time automatically from the NTP Server. You can also configure the
NTP Server address manually, and then the Router will get the time from the specific Server firstly.
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PC’s Clock
Select PC’s Clock as the Synchronize time, you don’t need to set any items.
Figure 4-42
3.
Manually
Select Manually as the Synchronize time, you need to set the date and time corresponding to the
current time.
Figure 4-43
4.6.3 Firmware
Choose “Maintenance→Firmware”, you can upgrade the firmware of the Router in the screen
(shown in Figure 4-44). Make sure the firmware or romfile you want to use is on the local hard
drive of the computer. Click Browse to find the local hard drive and locate the firmware or romfile
to be used for upgrade.
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Figure 4-44
To upgrade the router's firmware, follow these instructions below:
Step 1: Download a more recent firmware upgrade file from the website
(http://www.iBallBaton.com)
Step 2: Type the path and file name of the update file into the “New Firmware Location” field. Or
click the Browse button to locate the update file.
Step 3: Click the UPGRADE button.
 Note:
1)
New firmware versions are posted at (http://www.iBallBaton.com) and can be
downloaded for free. If the router is not experiencing difficulties, there is no need to
download a more recent firmware version, unless the version has a new feature that you
want to use.
2)
When you upgrade the router's firmware, you may lose its current configurations, so
please back up the router’s current settings before you upgrade its firmware.
3)
Do not turn off the router or press the Reset button while the firmware is being upgraded.
4)
The router will reboot after the upgrading has been finished.
To back up the Router’s current settings:
Step 1: Click the SAVE Settings button (shown in Figure 4-44), click Save button in the next
screen (shown in Figure 4-45) to proceed.
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Figure 4-45
Step 1: Save the file as the appointed file (shown in Figure 4-46).
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Figure 4-46
To restore the Router’s settings:
Step 2: Click the Browse button to locate the update file for the device, or enter the exact path
in “New Romfile Location” field.
Step 3: Click the UPGRADE button to complete.
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4.6.4 SysRestart
Choose “Maintenance→SysRestart”, you can select to restart the device with current settings
or restore to factory default settings in the screen (shown in Figure 4-47).
Figure 4-47
4.6.5 Diagnostics
Choose “Maintenance→Diagnostics”, you can view the test results for the connectivity of the
physical layer and protocol layer for both LAN and WAN sides in the screen (shown in
Figure 4-48).
Figure 4-48
4.7
Help
Choose “Help”, you can view the help information for configuration of any function.
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Figure 4-49
 Note:
Click the tab, and you will be able to get the corresponding information.
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Appendix A: Specifications
General
ANSI T1.413, ITU G.992.1, ITU G.992.2, ITU G.992.3, ITU G.992.5
Standards and Protocols
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, TCP/IP, PPPoA , PPPoE, SNTP, HTTP,
DHCP, ICMP, NAT,CWMP
Ports
LEDs
1 10/100M Auto-Negotiation RJ45 port(Auto MDI/MDIX)
1 RJ11 port
Power, LAN, ADSL & Internet
10Base-T: UTP category 3, 4, 5 cable
Network Medium
100Base-TX: UTP category-5
Max line length: 6.5Km
Data Rates
System Requirement
Downstream: Up to 24Mbps
Upstream: Up to 3.5Mbps(With Annex M enabled)
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later supported browser
Windows 9x/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7
Power Adapter
5VDC, 1A
Safety & Emission
FCC, CE
Physical and Environment
Working Temperature
0℃ ~ 40℃
Working Humidity
10% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature
-40℃ ~ 70℃
Storage Humidity
5% ~ 90% RH (non-condensing)
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COPYRIGHT & TRADEMARKS
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trademarks of their respective holders.
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make any derivative such as translation, transformation, or adaptation without permission
from Best IT World (India) Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.
For any technical help on iBall Baton products please contact:
support.baton@iball.co.in
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