Configure 3G Mode
Super 3G Router
431R+
Instruction Manual
V1.0.0
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Table of Contents
Chapter I Product Profile ............................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Product Specifications .......................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Packing List .......................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 The Front Panel..................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 The Back Panel ..................................................................................................................................... 4
Chapter II Installation ............................................................................................................................ 5
2.1 Hardware Installation............................................................................................................................ 5
Step 1:Insert the SIM card........................................................................................................................ 5
Step 2: Connect to a PC .............................................................................................................................. 5
Step 3: Connect to a telephone set(Option) ........................................................................................... 6
Step 4: Connect the external antenna (optional) ......................................................................................... 6
Step 5: Connect to the power adapter ......................................................................................................... 6
Chapter III How to Log into the Router......................................................................................................... 7
3.1 How to correctly set up your computer network configurations........................................................... 7
3.2 Configure 3G Router............................................................................................................................. 9
Step 1、Open Web Management................................................................................................................ 9
Step 2、input User name and Password ................................................................................................... 10
Chapter IV Quick Start Guide...................................................................................................................... 10
Step 1、Intelligent Guide ......................................................................................................................... 10
Step 2、Administrator Information Configuration................................................................................... 10
Step 3、Configure the System Time ........................................................................................................ 11
Step 4、Configure 3G Mode ................................................................................................................. 12
Step 5、Configure LAN Information ....................................................................................................... 13
Step 6、Configure WLAN Information ................................................................................................... 14
Chapter V System Status.............................................................................................................................. 17
5.1 Status (current work conditions of the router) .................................................................................... 17
5.2 Statistical Information......................................................................................................................... 18
Chapter VI Network Settings....................................................................................................................... 19
6.1 WAN Settings...................................................................................................................................... 19
6.2 LAN Settings ...................................................................................................................................... 19
6.3
DHCP client list ............................................................................................................................ 21
6.4 Advanced Routing Configurations...................................................................................................... 21
Chapter VII Wireless Network Configurations............................................................................................ 23
7.1 Basic Settings...................................................................................................................................... 23
7.2 Advanced Settings............................................................................................................................... 25
7.3 Safety Settings .................................................................................................................................... 28
7.4 WDS Configurations........................................................................................................................... 29
7.5 WPS Configurations ........................................................................................................................... 30
Chapter VIII Firewall................................................................................................................................... 33
8. 1 MAC/IP/Port Filtering ....................................................................................................................... 33
8.2 Port Transmission (Virtual Host) ........................................................................................................ 34
8. 3 DMZ Settings..................................................................................................................................... 35
8.4 System Safety Settings........................................................................................................................ 35
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8.5 Content Filtering ................................................................................................................................. 36
Chapter IX
System Management ................................................................................................................. 38
9.1 Management........................................................................................................................................ 38
9.1.1 Domain Server ...................................................................................................................... 38
9.2 System Upgrade.................................................................................................................................. 39
9.3 Equipment Management ..................................................................................................................... 39
Chapter I
Product Profile
1.1 Product Specifications
◆ Supports PSTN Phone
◆ Supports IEEE802.11b/g/n, speed rate up to 300Mbps.
◆ NAT & NAPT with VPN pass-through Virtual Server.
◆ Automatic receipt of IP address with DHCP Server.
◆ Supports the high-speed gateway and multi-users.
◆ Security through WEP, WPA and built-in firewall.
1.2 Packing List
3G Router x1
car charger(option)
Power Adapter x1
RJ45 cable
Quick Start Guide x1
1.3 The Front Panel
The Router’s LEDs are located on the front panel(View from left to right).
LED Explanation:
Name
PWR
Description
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Lights Red when the power is ready.
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Lights off means power off.
3G
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Lights when 3G service is ready.
WIFI
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Lights Green when the wireless connection is established.
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Lights off means there is no device linked to the corresponding port

Lights Green when connected to a device through to the
corresponding port.
WAN(LAN)

Flashes when sending/receiving data.
1.3 The Back Panel
The following parts are located on the rear panel(view from left to right).
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WIFI: Used for WIFI ‘s wireless operation and data transmit(The antenna length is 196MM)
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LAN: Through this port, you can connect the Router to your PCs and the other Ethernet
network device.
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WAN: RJ45 WAN port for connecting the router to a cable/DSL Modem, or Ethernet.
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DC: The Power plug is where you will connect the power adapter
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RESET: After the router is powered on, press this reset button using the
end of paper clip or other small pointed object to reset the router and to restore it to factory
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default settings.
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3G: Used for 3G wireless network signal reception(The antenna length is 157MM).
Chapter II
Installation
2.1 Hardware Installation
Please make the correct connection as per the following steps before setting
up a router. Please place the router in the central part of the coverage area to
maximize its wireless performance.
Step 1:Insert the SIM card
Warning Before inserting or removing the SIM card, you must disconnect the
device from the power adapter.
If you are required to enter the PIN code,enter the correct one. If you fail to
enter the correct PIN or PUK code, the network-related functions are
unavailable.The SIM card is supplied by the service provider. For details, contact
your service provider.
Insert the card into the slot completely, as shown in the following figure.
To remove the card, press the card gently. Now the card will pop up automatically.
Step 2: Connect to a PC
If the indicator of the Ethernet interface connecting with a network cable is on, the
connection is successful. The Ethernet cable cannot be longer than 100 meters
(328 feet). To achieve better effect, use the shielded cable.
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Step 3: Connect to a telephone set(Option)
The communication quality of the telephone set can be interfered by the wireless
signal. Place the telephone set one meter away from the device.
Step 4: Connect the external antenna (optional)
Connect the external antenna cable with the antenna jack on the main unit. Screw
the cable to make sure that the antenna is tightly connected with the antenna jack.
Step 5: Connect to the power adapter
Use a power adapter that is compatible with the device; otherwise, the device may
be damaged.
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Chapter III
How to Log into the Router
This chapter mainly introduces how to log onto the router set-up page. Please
set up your router by reference to the following steps after your router is
connected to the device with the cable (refer to Chapter II for the connection
steps).
3.1 How to correctly set up your computer network configurations
Step1: On the desktop, right-click on “My Network Places”, select “Properties”.
(Figure 6)
Step2: In the following pop-up window, right-click on “Local Area Connection”
and select “Properties”. (Figure 7)
Step3: In the following window, select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” option, then
click “Properties”. (Figure 8)
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Step4: In the following pop-up window, select “Obtain an IP address
automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically”. Then click
“OK”. (Figure 9)
Step5: If you selected LAN connection. Please double check if the Gateway is
really connected to your computer, when “Local Connection” is showing
already connected. Then click “Start” menu and open “Run” program,
input “CMD” as figure 10.
【 If you selected WIFI connection, Before step5, please click on
“Wireless Network Connection” icon in the lower right of desktop, check
the wireless network status and select your wireless network. Then connect
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to it.】
Step6: Input order “ping 192.168.1.1” and click “Enter”, it will get the
following result which is showing the above configuration is successful.
(Figure 11)
3.2 Configure 3G Router
Step 1、Open Web Management
Open Web browser, input 192.168.1.1 at Address bar, then press “Enter”.
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Step 2、input User name and Password
the following pop-up window, both input “admin” at “User name” bar and
“Password” bar, then press “OK”. (Figure 13)
Chapter IV
Quick Start Guide
Step 1、Intelligent Guide
Click “Quick Setup Guide” as displayed on the major interface and make use of
the intelligent guide functions of the router. It enables the one-time configuration
of the router’s time, administrator information, internal and external network
ports.
Step 2、Administrator Information Configuration
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Account: an account (user name) to log into the management interface. The
default system account is admin.
Password: a password to log on the management interface. The default system
password is admin.
Click “Next” to Configure the System Time
Step 3、Configure the System Time
Current time: display the system time of the router.
Sync with host: make sure that the router’s time settings are consistent with those
of the PC.
NTP Server: set up an Internet-based time server. Every once in a while, the router
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sets up its time and makes sure that its time is consistent with that of the server.
NTP synchronization(hours): intervals for the router to obtain data from the time
server.
Click “Next” to Configure 3G Mode
Step 4、Configure
3G Mode
(图 10)
Run Type: under the “Keep Alive ”mode, the router will dial up automatically
and get connected to the Internet when 3G equipment is plugged in. Under the
“Manual” mode, the access internet through dial-up will not be launched until
the user clicks “Connection” on the status page. Under the “On-Demand” mode,
the system will be connected to the network automatically in case of WAN access
requests. If there are no network access requests within the specific period (idle
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time), the system will disconnect to the network automatically. This connection
mode could effectively save network access fees for users that select to make
payment by the time actually consumed.
PIN settings: If your 3G Internet access equipment has a PIN code, you shall
select “Use PIN” and fill in the PIN code in the following Input Box. Otherwise,
you shall select “Unused PIN”.
APN: If you select “Auto APN”, then information such as “APN
Information”, “Dial Number”, “User” and “Password” shall be filled by the router
automatically. If you select “Manual APN”, then you have to fill in such Internet
access information by yourself.
DNS type: If you select “Automatic DNS”, the router will use the DNS
obtained by 3G dial-up. If the “Manual DNS” is selected, the router will use the
DNS information entered by the user.
Click “Next” to Configure LAN Information
Step 5、Configure LAN Information
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Click “Next” to Configure WLAN Information
Intranet ports and DHCP settings
IP address: set up IP address for Intranet ports.
Subnet mask: set up masks for the Intranet.
MAC address: display the physical address of Intranet ports.
DHCP type: Select “Server” to open DHCP services and then the host in the
Intranet could obtain IP dynamically.
Start IP address-End IP address: IP obtained by the host in the Intranet via
DHCP mode are included in this range.
Default gateway: set up the gateway for the host in the Intranet.
DNS server: set up DNS server for the host in the Intranet.
Step 6、Configure WLAN Information
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Radio On/Off: switch on or Off wireless networks. If Intranet clients do not select
“Enable”, they could not get Wi-Fi connectivity to the Intranet of the router.
Network mode: select standards used by wireless networks. Options are 802.11b,
802.11g and 802.11n, or mix standards 802.11b/g,802.11b/g/n.
Network Name(SSID):Enter a name for your wireless local area network
(WLAN).
Security Mode: If “Disable” is selected, Intranet clients could have Wi-Fi
connection to the router’s Intranet without entering key information.
If “OPEN”, “SHARED” or “WEPAUTO” is selected, there is a need to set up the
key information. Wireless clients in the Intranet cannot gain access to the router’s
Intranet until correct key information is entered.
You can fill in four (ASCII or Hex, with a length of 10 to 26 characters) keys for
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this router at the most. One of the four groups of pre-set keys can be selected as
the current effective key (default key).
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Chapter V
System Status
5.1 Status (current work conditions of the router)
SDK Version: indicates the router’s current software versions and the release
date.
System Up Time: indicates the system operation time after the router is
loaded with a power supply. Such time will be cleared to zero after the power
supply is unloaded.
System Platform: indicated the router’s current model and hardware
versions.
Internet configurations:
Connected Type: the router’s online modes , two buttons, namely
“Disconnect” and “Connect” will be displayed on the interface to disconnect and
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connect the 3G network.
Signal: signal intensity of the 3G network.
NetType: current 3G network that is connected (such as WCDMA, TD or
EVDO).
WAN IP address: current WAN IP address of the router. If the router’s
connection type is dynamic IP.
Subnet mask: Router’s WAN subnet mask.
Default gateway: Router’s WAN default gateway.
Domain server: Address of the DNS server that is currently used by the
router.
MAC address: MAC address of the router’s Extranet ports.
Local IP address: IP address of the router’s Intranet ports.
Local net mask: subnet mask of the router’s Intranet.
MAC address: Physical address of the router’s Intranet ports.
5.2 Statistical Information
(Data packets and bytes that are received and transmitted by each port and
the status of memory use)
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Chapter VI
Network Settings
6.1 WAN Settings
Please refer to the Extranet configurations of the “Intelligent Guide” for the
online configurations.
MAC replication: If MAC address replication is initiated, the MAC address
of the Intranet’s Internet access data packet shall be changed to the MAC address
of the router while accessing the Internet via the router.
6.2 LAN Settings
IP address: set up IP addresses for Intranet ports.
Subnet mask: set up masks for the Intranet.
LAN 2 : Add an IP to the Intranet ports. This way, LAN clients could get
connected to the router through LAN.
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MAC address: indicated physical addresses of the Intranet ports.
DHCP type: Select “Server” to open DHCP services and then the host in the
Intranet could obtain IPs dynamically.
Start IP address-End IP address: IPs obtained by the host in the Intranet via
DHCP mode are included in this range.
Default gateway: set up the gateway for the host in the Intranet.
DNS server: set up DNS servers obtained by the host in the Intranet via
DHCP (If DNS Proxy is enabled, we recommend here to describe it as the IP of
the Intranet ports. This way, we needn’t reset this item when the router’s DNS
undergoes any changes).
Release time: effective period for the host in the Intranet to obtain IP
addresses.
Static designation: Hosts located in specific physical address obtain specific
IPs via DHCP.
Introduction of Relevant Intranet Programs
802.1d Spanning Tree:Support spanning tree protocols, avoid network
loopbacks in the LAN and address broadcast storm issues relating to the looped
Ethernet network.
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LLTD: Identify whether LLTD (Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder)
protocol is supported. This network protocol could intelligently identify which
network equipment or computers are connected in the LAN network.
IGMP Proxy: Confirm whether the router supports the IGMP protocol. This
protocol operates between the host and the multicast router that is directed
connected to the host. It is a protocol for IP hosts to report the identity of multicast
group members.
UPNP: Identify whether UPNP protocols are supported.
Router Advertisement: Identify whether the router supports IPV6.
DNS Proxy: Transmit DNS requests of the Intranet. If this function is
enabled, you can configure DNS of the host in the Intranet to IPs of the router’s
Intranet ports. This way, hosts in the Intranet can diagnose web pages. There is no
need to reset the Intranet’s DNS after the Internet access method has been
changed.
6.3 DHCP client list
(Display information relevant to the hosts that are connected to the router’s
Intranet via DHCP)
DHCP client list enables you to check the status of online users such as MAC
address, IP address and lease periods of the IP address.
6.4 Advanced Routing Configurations
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This function may be used when it is required to add a specific routing for a
certain host. The proper use of static routing could reduce routing issues, alleviate
the overload of routing data flows and enhance the transmission speed for the data
packets. A routing item may be identified by setting targeted IP address, subnet
mask and gateway address, among which the targeted IP address and the subnet
mask are used to identify a target network/host. Afterwards, the router transmits
the data packets to the designated target network/host via the gateway.
Destination: Identify target addresses or networks that are hopefully to be
visited.
Host/network: The selection of a host means to designate a certain IP for the
host. The network defines a specific network segment by defining a subnet mask.
Gateway: IP address of the router or the host where the data packets are sent.
Interface: Indicate connector information.
Comment: Fill in necessary notes.
Current router table: Display all kinds of information relating to all current
router tables that are defined by the user.
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Chapter VII
Wireless Network
Configurations
7.1 Basic Settings
Radio On/Off: Switch on/off wireless functions of the router.
Network mode: Wireless application standards for the router. The router
supports 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n or mix modes.
Multiple SSID: Network name of the wireless signals. This router supports
multiple wireless networks. If you select “Hiden the Wireless Client”, you cannot
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scan the router’s SSID. If you select “Isolated”, you can prevent this network from
communicating with other networks.
Broadcast network Name: You can select “Disable” to forbid the router to
broadcast SSID. After that, the wireless clients cannot scan the router’s SSID. The
clients cannot communicate with the router if they fail to know the router’s SSID.
The broadcast network identifier is defaulted as “Enable”.
AP Isolation: Isolated at the AP level. After it is enabled, clients at the AP
level cannot visit each other, which could prevent the virus from spreading.
MBSSID AP Isolation: Isolated from areas outside this AP. Other clients not
belonging to this AP shall not visit clients under this AP.
Basic service set identifier: Business group identifier of the wireless network.
In terms of IEEE 802.11, the BSSID is the MAC address of the wireless AP.
Frequency (channel): Channels currently used by the router. Other effective
work channels could be selected from the following list and options are 1 to 14.
Operation Mode:
Mix mode: Under this mode, previous wireless network cards are identifiable
and connectable to Pre-N AP, but the throughput will be affected to some degree.
Green Field: Be able to reach high throughputs. But it affects the backward
compatibility and the system’s safety.
Channel bandwidth: Please select “Default Settings”. It is divided into two
types, namely 20MHz and 20/40MHz.
Protection interval: Defaults as “Automatic”. An appropriate protection
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interval shall be provided to reach good BER performance.
Channel bandwidth: Please select the channel bandwidth to enhance the
wireless performance.
MCS: Vertices control signals with the value ranging from zero to thirty-two.
The default setting is “Automatic”.
Reverse direction authority: You can choose to “Enable” or “Prohibit” this
authority.
Extension channel: Be able to extend specified channel segments.
Aggregation MAC Service Data Unit (A-MSDU): Aggregate multiple
Ethernet messages into a comparatively bigger load by taking specific measures.
Automatic confirmation of single blocks: The realization of aggregate
exchange sequences could enhance the transmission rate.
Decline requests to confirm single blocks: The default setting is “Prohibit”,
which could enhance the transmission rate.
7.2 Advanced Settings
BG protection mode: You can select “switch-on”, “Switch-off” or
“Automatic” to identify the status of BG protection modes.
Beacon interval: Intervals to transmit wireless beacon frames. During this
time range, a beacon frame will be transmitted to receive the access information
of the peripheral wireless networks.
Data beacon proportion (DTIM): Intervals to transmit specific indication
messages. It is a countdown work that notifies the next client window to receive
broadcast and multicast.
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Fragment Threshold: Specific fragment thresholds of the data packets.
When the length of the data packet exceeds such threshold, multiple data packets
will be created automatically.
RTS threshold: A RTS (Request to Send) threshold specified by the data
packets. When the length of the data packets exceeds this threshold, the router will
send RTS to the target sites for negotiation. After the wireless site receives RTS
frames, it will respond to the router by sending a CTS (Clear to Send) frame,
indicating that the wireless communication is possible.
TX power: Define the correlation between current wireless AP and the
SSID’s transmission power. The size of the model is in direct proportion with the
intensity of the transmission power.
Short preamble: The default status is “Prohibit”. The router applies long
preambles by the default settings. After it is enabled, the system will no longer be
compatible with the operation speed (1Mbps or 2Mbps) of the traditional
IEEE802.11.
Short slot: The default setting is “Enable” and you can switch it off. The
“Enable” could enhance the transmission rate of the wireless communication.
Tx Burst: It belongs to features at the MAC address level, which could
enhance TCP transmission fairness for the wireless network.
Pkt_Aggregate: A mechanism to strengthen the LAN and make sure that the
data packet could arrive at the destination.
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WI-FI Multimedia
It provides configurations for the wireless multimedia parameters. WMM
enables the wireless communications to define a priority range according to the
data types. Time-sensitive data such as video/audio data have higher priority than
that of the normal data. Wireless clients shall support WMM to maintain WMM
functions. The client may select “Apply” or “Cancel” based on requirements.
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Wi-Fi multimedia capabilities: Enable WMM functions. WMM function
will not take effect until the WIFI is enabled.
Direct online capabilities: The enablement will weaken the wireless
performance, but could save the energy and electricity.
7.3 Safety Settings
The router supports the safety modes
(DisableOpen,SHARED:WEPAUTO,WPA-KEY:(WPA-Personal),
WPS2-KEY:( WPA-Personal), WPA and WPA2).
For specific configurations, refer to relevant configurations for the
“Intelligent Guide”.
The router selects different encryption and authentication methods for
different SSID. Please select a SSID to configure its safety strategy.
“Allow” means that only clients of specific MAC addresses are allowed to
gain access. “Reject” means that only clients of specific MAC addresses are
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forbidden to gain access. “Disable” means that all clients could gain access.
7.4 WDS Configurations
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) is used to expand current wireless
network coverage. The router supports three modes, namely Lazy Mode, Bridge
Mode and Repeater Mode.
Lazy Mode: Under this mode, wireless equipment on the opposite side could
be applicable to the Bridge Mode or Repeater Mode. Wireless connection is
available if you enter the router’s BSSID to the wireless equipment on the
opposite side.
Bridge Mode: Under this mode, you can manually add MAC on the opposite
side to corresponding AP MAC address lists or do this through “Scan Options”.
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Then, you click “Save as” to realize the wireless connection for two wire
networks.
Repeater Mode: Under this mode, you can manually add MAC on the
opposite side to corresponding AP MAC address lists or do this through “Scan
Options”. This way, you can immediately strengthen and extend signals of the
wireless networks.
Encryption type: Three encryption modes are supported, namely WEP, TKIP
and AES.
Encrypt Key: Enter the encrypt keys between the wireless equipment.
AP MAC Address: Please enter MAC address of the wireless equipment on
the opposite side.
7.5 WPS Configurations
Wi-Fi Protection Settings (WPS) can easily and quickly establish an
encrypted connection among clients of the wireless network. You have no need to
select the encryption mode or configure a key. You just need to enter correct PIN
code or select PBC (or press “WLAN/WPS” button indicated on the back panel)
to easily configure WPS.
Wi-Fi Protection Settings: Used to disable or enable WPS functions. The
default status is “Disable”.
WPS Mode: Support two kinds of simple WPS settings, namely PBC
(Push-Button Configuration) and PIN code.
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PBC: select PBC and click "Save as" or press WLAN / WPS button on the
back panel for about one second while activating WPS / PBC to connect in the
client port.
Operation Process: after clicking the WLAN / WPS button for one second,
WPS light will blink about 2 minutes, indicating that the function is activated. In
this time range, the wireless client ports can activate the WPS / PBC for
authentication and consultation. After the connection is successfully connected,
WPS indication light will be off and access process of wireless client is completed.
If users want to access multiple wireless client ports, users need to repeat the
process. It could support up to 32 wireless client ports to access.
PIN: If users want to use the PIN, users must know the PIN code of wireless
client ports. Users could just add to the input box and then save while using the
same PIN code to make connection in the client ports.
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WPS Overview: Display relevant information including current WPS status,
authentication modes and encryption types applied, and default private key
indexing.
WPS Current Status: “Idle” means the idle status. “Start MSC Process”
means that the process is enabled and the access is on the way. “Success” means
that the server and the client have reached an agreement during the negotiation.
WPS Configured: “Yes” means taking effect and “Not Used” means not
taking effect. Generally, if the AP-Safety Configuration takes effect, this place
will be displayed as “Not Used”.
WPS SSID: Display master SSID numbers of the WPS. WPS is only valid
for the master SSID.
WPS
Auth
Mode:
The
authentication
mode
used
by
WPS.
WPA/WPA2-Personal mode is commonly seen.
WPS Encryp Type: It means the data encryption type. AES/TKIP encryption
type is commonly seen.
WPS Key: Effective keys automatically generated by AP.
APN PIN: Default PIN code.
Reset OOB: When you press this button, the WPS service terminal is
indicated as Idle and the WPS indication light turns off. AP will not respond to
connection requests from WPS clients and the safety are configured as WPA
mode.
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Chapter VIII
Firewall
8. 1 MAC/IP/Port Filtering
This function is aimed at restricting and managing the client ports of the
router. If you need to limit Internet use of the machine of the router, you could use
this function. To use this function, you should first activate it and then select a
default strategy (accept or reject), which means the data packets that do not
comply with the rules to be accepted or rejected. And then fill out the
corresponding filter rules. Pay attention that it is not required you to fill out all the
items but to fill the appropriate selection according your own requirements. For
example, to ban the IP of 192.168.1.146 to use Internet (others can use Internet),
you just need to adopt the default strategy as acceptance strategy and fill
192.168.1.146 in the column of the source IP address. To use this function could
enhance users’ security and manageability of LAN.
Mac/IP/Port Filtering: This function takes no effect if “Prohibit” is selected.
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After you click “Enable”, this function will take effect.
Default Strategy: Select “Abandon” or “Accept”. This strategy shall be
implemented if rules are not matched as what is defined below.
MAC Address: Fill in MAC addresses that you plan to define rules.
Source IP Address: Enter local IP address that needs filtering. You shall fill
in rules that correspond to this IP.
Dest IP Address: Enter destination IP address that needs filtering. You shall
fill in rules that correspond to this IP.
Port range: Ranges for ports that need to be abandoned or accepted.
Protocol: Select protocols that are used by controllable data packets.
Action: Identify whether the defined rules are “Abandon” or “Accept”. It is
in the opposite side of the default strategy.
Comment: Indicate the rules defined by you to differentiate such rules.
8.2 Port Transmission (Virtual Host)
The virtual host enables remote users who gain access to web or FTP services
via public network IP addresses to automatically shift to local servers of the LAN.
The virtual server can define a service port. All service requests to such port from
the Extranet shall be transmitted to LAN servers specified by the router (based on
IP address). This way, the user could successfully access LAN servers without any
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influences on the internal network safety of the LAN.
Virtual Server Settings: Enable or disable functions of the virtual servers.
IP Address: It is used to input necessary IP addresses, such as192.168.1.103.
Port Range: It is used to input necessary port ranges, such as 80-80.
Protocol: Select protocols that are used by controllable data packets.
Comment: Fill in necessary notes. In terms of the configurations described above,
all data will be transmitted to a computer with the IP address of 192.168.1.103
within the LAN if some program accesses the 80 port of the router.
List of current virtual hosts: Indicate the list of current virtual servers.
8. 3 DMZ Settings
(transfer all data received by the router’s Extranet ports to “DMZ IP
Address”)
8.4 System Safety Settings
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Remote management: Identify whether it is permitted to access WEB
management pages via Extranet ports.
Ping form WAN Filter: Identify whether it is permitted to PING the router
via Extranet port
SPI firewall: Identify whether to enable the SPI firewall.
8.5 Content Filtering
Webpage content filtering: Filter the part “Proxy Java ActiveX” of the web
pages.
URL filtering: Filter out the entire content of the webpage of URL
Web host filtering: URL webpages including keywords are filtered.
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Chapter IX
System Management
9.1 Management
9.1.1 Domain Server
DDNS has another name of dynamic DNS whose main function is to achieve
parse between the fixed domain name and dynamic IP. For users who use dynamic
IP addresses, the dynamic name software installed in the host would send the IP
address to the dynamic parse server provided by DDNS servers every time when
getting a new IP from Internet and database of dynamic name parse. When other
users in the Internet need to access the domain name, dynamic name parse server
would go back to the correct IP address. Thus the majority of users that do not use
fixed IP can also build network via fixed domain name.
DDNS Status: display the status of your DDNS.
Activate DDNS Service: activate the Dynamic Domain Name Service.
Dynamic DNS Providers: select websites that provide dynamic domain
name service.
Account: the login name you register in the websites that provide dynamic
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domain name service.
Password: the password you register in the websites that provide dynamic
domain name service.
DDNS: the domain name you register in the websites that provide dynamic
domain name service
Note: before using Dynamic Domain Name function, please register the
dynamic DNS address services in the website listed in drop-down box of service
providers and ensure that this account is effective.
9.2 System Upgrade
If you want to upgrade the software for the router, the first step is to obtain
our upgrade files and save them in the computer. Then click “Browse” in the
“Upgrade Firmware” to select upgrade files, then click “Apply” and keep waiting
until the upgrade is done (generally within one minute).
The “Updates Bootloader” is used to upgrade the system booting programs. it
is unnecessary for the user to apply this function.
9.3 Equipment Management
Export system configurations: Save system configuration files in the
computer for further recoveries.
Import system configurations: Introduce local configuration files to the
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router. The configuration of the router will be update to the setting which been
imported
Reset: All the configurations will reset to the factory original settings
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