802.11b/g/n 300Mbps Wireless VDSL2 Router

802.11b/g/n 300Mbps Wireless VDSL2 Router
802.11b/g/n 300Mbps Wireless VDSL2 Router
Quick Installation Guide
Werftstr. 20, 30163 Hannover
Fon: +49 511 (0) 6551387-0
www.netopsie-tech.de
Index
Computer / System requirements
Package Contents
Installation & Setup
Connection of WLAN VDSL2 Router
LED meanings & activations
Table 1: LED functions
Connectors
Computer configurations under different OS, to obtain IP address automatically
For Windows 7-32/64
For Windows 8/8.1-32/64
For Windows 10-32/64
For MAC OS X 10.6
Advanced Configuration
VDSL WAN Configuration (VDSL Line User)
PPPoE
Bridged
IPoE by DHCP
IPoE by FIXED IP
Wireless Connection
WEEE Directive & Product Disposal
At the end of its serviceable life, this product should not be treated
as household or general waste.
It should be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronics equipment,
or returned to the supplier for disposal.
4
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
9 - 11
12 - 15
16 - 18
19-20
21
21
22 - 23
24 - 25
26 - 27
28 - 29
30
COMPUTER / SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
CONNECTION OF WLAN VDSL2 ROUTER
If you have a PSTN telephone line (normal analog line) connect the modem router as shown below
Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows
XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 , Windows
8.1 and Windows 10
PACKAGE CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router
Quick Installation Guide
1 x Telephone Cable (RJ-11)
Ethernet Cable (RJ-45)
Power Adaptor
INSTALLATION & SETUP
Follow each STEP carefully and only go to the next
step once you have completed the previous STEP.
1.
Connect the supplied RJ45 Ethernet cable from your PC's Ethernet port to any of the 4
802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router's LAN Ports.
2.
Connect the supplied RJ11 telephone cable from your home‘s telephone jack to the
LINE port of the supplied splitter. Connect another RJ11 telephone cable to the DSL
port of the splitter and connect the other end of this cable to the LINE port of your
802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router.
Or, direct connects the supplied RJ11 telephone cable from your home’s telephone
jack to the LINE port of your 802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router, in case there is no supplied
splitter.
4
3.
Connect a RJ11 telephone cable to the PHONE port of the splitter and connect the
other end to your telephone.
4.
Connect the power adapter to the power inlet POWER of the 802.11n WLAN
VDSL2 Router and turn the ON/OFF SWITCH switch of your 802.11n WLAN
VDSL2 Router on.
5
LED MEANINGS & ACTIVATIONS
TABLE 1: LED FUNCTION
Your 802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router has indicator lights on the front side. Please see below for an explanation of the function of each indicator light.
Label
Power indicator
Ethernet Active indicator
ADSL Link indicator
Color
Red
WPS Active indicator
Flash
N/A
Ready
Waiting for device ready
Power Off
Green
Ethernet
connected
Transmit/Receive Data
Ethernet
disconnected
Green
WLAN Ready
Transmit/Receive Data
WLAN Off
Green
Connect to
DSLAM
Disconnect to DSLAM
N/A
Green
The device has
a WAN IP adress
from ISP
Transmit/Receive Data
N/A
Red
N/A
N/A
N/A
Green
N/A
Start WPS pairing within 2
minutes
WPS Idle
The icons appear on the products are for application indication only.
The trademark or intellectual property is belonging to their respective owners.
6
Off
N/A
Green
Wireless Active indicator
Internet Actice indicator
On
N/A
7
CONNECTORS
Table 2 shows the function of each connector and switch of the device.
COMPUTER CONFIGURATIONS UNDER DIFFERENT OS, TO OBTAIN IP
ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY
Before starting the 802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router configuration, please kindly configure the PC computer as below, to have automatic IP address / DNS Server.
Connector
Description
ANTENNA
2 Fixed ANTENNA
For Windows 7 - 32/64
Power
Connects to your 802.11n WLAN VDSL2 Router 12Vdc power adaptor
1.
Switch
Power Switch
LAN1-4
RJ-45 Jack (Ethernet Cable) connection to your PC, or HUB
Line
Connects to your ADSL2+ line - for ADSL2+ Line input
Reset
Press this button for at least 5 full seconds to start to reset the device to its default settings
WPS
Press this button for at least 3 full seconds and the WPS LED will flash to start WPS.
Now go to the wireless adapter or device and press its WPS button. Make sure to press the
button within 120 seconds (2 minutes) after pressing the router‘s WPS button.
WLAN
Press this button for at least 3 full second to turn off/on wireless signals
Click on START -> CONTROL PANEL (in Category View) -> VIEW NETWORK STATUS AND TASKS
FIGURE 1: REAR VIEW OF THE 802.11N WLAN VDSL2 ROUTER
FIGURE 2: WPS AND WLAN BUTTON
8
9
2.
In the START -> CONTROL PANEL HOME click on CHANGE ADAPTER SETTINGS to continue
4.
3.
Single RIGHT click on LOCAL AREA CONNECTION then click on PROPERTIES
5.
Check OBTAIN AN IP ADRESS AUTOMATICALLY and OBTAIN DNS SERVER ADRESS
AUTOMATICALLY then click on OK to continue
10
Double click on INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 4 (TCP/IPv4)
11
For Windows 8/8.1 - 32/64
1.
3.
Click on VIEW NETWORK STATUS AND TASKS
4.
In the CONTROL PANEL HOME click on CHANGE ADAPTER SETTINGS to continue
Move your mouse or tap to the upper right corner and click on SETTINGS
2.Click CONTROL PANEL
12
13
5.
Single RIGHT click on ETHERNET then click PROPERTIES
6.
Double click on INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 4 (TCP/IPv4)
14
7.Check OBTAIN AN IP ADRESS AUTOMATICALLY and OBTAIN DNS SERVER ADRESS
AUTOMATICALLY then click on OK to continue
15
For Windows 10 - 32/64
1.
Right click on NETWORK ICON then click OPEN NETWORK AND SHARING CENTER
2.
In the CONTROL PANEL HOME click on CHANGE ADAPTER SETTINGS to continue
16
3.
Single RIGHT click on ETHERNET then click PROPERTIES
4.
Double click on INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 4 (TCP/IPv4)
17
5.Check OBTAIN AN IP ADRESS AUTOMATICALLY and OBTAIN DNS SERVER ADRESS
AUTOMATICALLY then click on OK to continue
18
For MAC OS X 10.6
1.
From the APPLE MENU select SYSTEM PREFERENCES
2.
Click on the NETWORK ICON in the INTERNET & NETWORK AREA
3.
From the SHOW pull-down select BUILT-IN ETHERNET. On the TCP/IP TAB, select
USING DHCP from the CONFIGURE pull-down menu
19
4.
On the PPPoE tab, make sure that the CONNECT USING PPPoE check box is NOT activated.
Click APPLY NOW
ADVANCED CONFIGURATION
1.
From any of the LAN computers connected to, launch your web browser, type the following URL in the web adress (or location) box and press ENTER on your keyboard: http://192.168.1.1
2.
Please enter the Login User Name admin and Login Password admin and then click on LOGIN
VDSL WAN CONFIGURATION
5.
1.
CLOSE the network windows.
20
From the left-hand menu, click on WIZARD
21
PPPOE
Please config basic settings about wireless. If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
From the Channel Type drop-down list, select PTM setting.
From the Connection Mode ratio, select PPPoE setting.
From the IP PROTOCOL drop-down list, select IPv4, IPv6 or dual stacks
IPv4/IPv6 determined by your ISP.
Enter USER NAME/PASSWORD provided by your ISP.
Type them in the relevant boxes.
Configure IPv6 WAN setting determined by your ISP if any.
If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
If you are happy with your settings, click APPLY CHANGES
22
23
BRIDGED
If you are happy with your settings, click APPLY CHANGES
From the Channel Type drop-down list, select PTM setting.
From the Connection Mode ratio, select BRIDGE setting.
If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
Now you can load your PPPoE Client Software onto your PC.
Now you can load your PPPoE Client Software with user name and password
which determined by your ISP onto your PC.
Please config basic settings about wireless. If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
24
25
IPOE BY DHCP
Please config basic settings about wireless. If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
From the Channel Type drop-down list, select PTM setting.
From the Connection Mode ratio, select IPoE setting.
From the IP PROTOCOL drop-down list, select IPv4, IPv6 or dual
stacks IPv4/IPv6 determined by your ISP.
Configure IPv6 WAN setting determined by your ISP if any.
If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
If you are happy with your settings, click APPLY CHANGES
26
27
IPOE BY FIXED IP
Please config basic settings about wireless. If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT
From the Channel Type drop-down list, select PTM setting.
From the Connection Mode ratio, select IPoE setting.
From the IP PROTOCOL drop-down list, select IPv4, IPv6 or dual stacks IPv4/IPv6
determined by your ISP.
From the WAN IP Settings ratio, click IP MANUALLY.
Enter IP ADDRESS, NETMASK and GATEWAY which was given by Telecom or by
your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
From the DNS Settings ratio, click Set DNS MANUALLY.
Enter DNS SERVER 1 and DNS SERVER 2 which was given by Telecom or by your
Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Configure IPv6 WAN setting determined by your ISP if any.
If you are happy with your settings, click NEXT.
If you are happy with your settings, click APPLY CHANGES
28
29
WIRELESS CONNECTION
For easy installation it is saved to keep the settings. You can later change the wireless settings via
the wireless configuration menu.
1.
Double click on the Network icon on your computer and search for the wireless network that you enter ESSID name.
2.
Click on the wireless network that you enter ESSID name (the default settings, Wireless Network = Enable, Default Channel = Auto, ESSID = 11n_VDSL) to connect.
3.
Click on CONNECT to connect
COPYRIGHT:
Netopsie Technologies
Werftstr. 20, 30163 Hannover
Fon: +49 511 (0) 6551387-0
www.netopsie-tech.de
March 2017
4.
If the wireless network is encrypted, enter the network key that belongs to your authen
tication type and key. (the default settings Security Mode = Disable). You can later change this network key via the wireless configuration menu.
5.
Click on NEXT
6.
Now you are ready to use the wireless network to internet or intranet.
30
31
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising