VORBEMERKUNGEN Was ist der Samsung Router?

VORBEMERKUNGEN Was ist der Samsung Router?
RECHTLICHE HINWEISE
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S ICH E RH E ITS H INW EIS E
Dieses Handbuch enthält wichtige Sicherheitshinweise, die unbedingt beachtet
werden müssen, um Verletzungen und Sachschäden zu vermeiden.
Die entsprechenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen werden im Folgenden beschrieben.
Verwendete Zeichen
WARNUNG
Informationen oder Anweisungen, die beachtet werden müssen,
um Verletzungen und schwere Unfälle zu vermeiden.
ACHTUNG
Informationen oder Anweisungen, die beachtet werden müssen, um Störungen
oder Beschädigungen am Samsung Router zu vermeiden.
HINWEIS
Weitere hilfreiche Informationen zum beschriebenen Vorgang.
Symbole
ACHTUNG
Hinweis darauf, dass hier generell besondere Vorsicht geboten ist.
EINSCHRÄNKUNG
Hinweis auf eine bei diesem Telefon unzulässige Handlung/Maßnahme.
ANWEISUNG
Hinweis auf die Anleitung zu einer bestimmten, in dieser Situation
erforderlichen Handlung/Maßnahme.
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Warnung
WARNUNG
Stromversorgung
Schließen Sie das Netzkabel an eine
Netzsteckdose an. Achten Sie auf den
ordnungsgemäßen Sitz des Steckers.
Bei Nichtbeachtung besteht Brandgefahr.
Berühren Sie den Netzstecker nicht
mit nassen Händen.
Bei Nichtbeachtung besteht
Stromschlaggefahr.
Schließen Sie an eine Netzsteckdose
nicht zu viele Geräte an.
Bei Nichtbeachtung besteht Brandgefahr.
Ziehen Sie den Netzstecker ab, wenn
der Samsung Router längere Zeit
nicht benutzt wird.
Bei Nichtbeachtung besteht Brand- oder
Stromschlaggefahr.
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Installation/Pflege
Verwenden und lagern Sie
in der Nähe des Samsung
Routers keine leicht
entzündlichen Materialen
(Sprays usw.).
Bei Nichtbeachtung besteht
Brandgefahr-oder
Explosionsgefahr.
Betreiben Sie das Gerät
nicht in einer feuchten
oder staubigen
Umgebung oder in der
Nähe von
Heizvorrichtungen oder
anderen, Hitze
abstrahlenden Geräten.
Achten Sie auf
ausreichende Belüftung
Bei Nichtbeachtung besteht
Brand-oder
Stromschlaggefahr.
Stellen Sie keine
schweren Gegenstände
auf den Samsung
Router.
Bei Nichtbeachtung
können Komponenten des
Samsung Routers
beschädigt werden.
Außerdem besteht
Brandgefahr.
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Achtung
ACHTUNG
Installation/Pflege
Installieren und
betreiben Sie das
Gerät gemäß der
Anleitungen in diesem
Handbuch.
Störungen und eine
Verkürzung des
Lebensdauer des Geräts
werden dadurch
vermieden.
Besprühen Sie das
Gerät zu
Reinigungszwecken
nicht mit Wasser, und
verwenden Sie keine
chemischen
Lösungsmittel wie
Benzin, Alkohol,
Verdünner, Wachs,
Reinigungssprays oder
Waschmittel.
Bei Nichtbeachtung kann
das Gerät beschädigt
werden.
Versuchen Sie nicht, das Gerät zu
öffnen, zu reparieren oder auf andere
Weise zu verändern.
Bei Nichtbeachtung kann das Gerät
beschädigt werden.
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Stellen Sie das Gerät
auf eine stabile Fläche.
Dadurch verhindern Sie
ein Herunterfallen.
Schalten Sie den Samsung Router
während einer Aktualisierung der
Software nicht aus.
Bei Nichtbeachtung kann die Aktualisierung
u.U. nicht abgeschlossen werden, da der
Samsung Router nicht betriebsbereit ist.
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Installation/Pflege
Verwenden Sie zum Reinigen des
Samsung Routers ein weiches,
trockenes Tuch.
Bei Nichtbeachtung kann das Gerät
beschädigt werden.
Wenn Sie den Samsung Router über das
mitgelieferte LAN-Kabel mit einem
Computer verbinden, beachten Sie die
Kabellänge, und stellen Sie das Gerät in
Computernähe auf.
Bei Nichtbeachtung können
Betriebsstörungen auftreten.
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INHA LTS VERZEICH N IS
SICHERHEITSHINWEISE
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Verwendete Zeichen ...................................................... 3
Symbole ....................................................................... 3
Warnung....................................................................... 4
Achtung ........................................................................ 6
VORBEMERKUNGEN
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Was ist der Samsung Router?....................................... 10
Hauptfunktionen ......................................................... 10
Anschließen eines Computers..........................................................10
Internetverbindung und Sicherheit ..................................................10
Sicherheit durch integrierte Firewall.................................................10
Voraussetzungen für den Betrieb .................................. 11
Voraussetzungen für den Betrieb ....................................................11
Funktionsmerkmale ..................................................... 12
LEDs ..............................................................................................12
Anschlüsse .....................................................................................13
INSTALLATION
14
Anschlussmöglichkeiten ..................................................................14
Installation des Samsung Routers ...................................................15
Anschließen an die Stromversorgung...............................................16
Verbindung mit dem DSL-Anschluss ................................................17
Anschließen eines Computers..........................................................18
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Internetverbindung ........................................................................ 19
LAN-Einstellungen .......................................................................... 21
Trennen der Verbindung zum Samsung Router ............................... 24
FEHLERBEHEBUNG
25
Fehler beim Öffnen der Benutzeroberfläche .................................... 25
IP-Einstellungen ............................................................................. 28
ANHANG
31
Technische Daten ........................................................ 31
Open Software Ankündigung........................................ 32
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V O R BE M E RK U NG E N
Was ist der Samsung Router?
Der Samsung Router funktioniert als DSL Modem und ermöglicht das Verbinden zum
Internet. Jeder angeschlossene Computer kann über den Samsung Router eine
Verbindung zum Internet herstellen.
Hauptfunktionen
Anschließen eines Computers
Der Samsung Router besitzt einen LAN-Anschluss, an den ein Computer angeschlossen
werden kann. Wenn ein LAN-Anschluss mit einem Netzwerk-Hub oder-Switch verbunden
wird, können weitere Computer an den Samsung Router angeschlossen werden.
Alle an den Samsung Router angeschlossenen Computer sind zu einem Netzwerk
verbunden und können auf freigegebene Dateien und Drucker zugreifen.
Internetverbindung und Sicherheit
Alle an den Samsung Router angeschlossenen Computer können auf das Internet
zugreifen. Wenn der Samsung Router als DSL-Router eingesetzt wird, müssen die vom
Internetanbieter bereitgestellten Zugangsdaten für das Internet (Zugriffskonto) im
Samsung Router registriert werden. Fungiert der Samsung Router als DSL-Modem,
müssen auf jedem Computer ein Programm für den Internetzugang installiert und die
Zugangsdaten für das Internet registriert werden.
Sicherheit durch integrierte Firewall
Beim Einsatz des Samsung Routers als DSL-Router schützt die integrierte Firewall ihr
Netzwerk vor Angriffen.
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Voraussetzungen für den Betrieb
Voraussetzungen für den Betrieb
Für den Betrieb des Samsung Routers wird Folgendes benötigt:
Komponente
Beschreibung
Webbrowser
Unterstützte Webbrowser: Internet Explorer 6.0 oder höher,
Firefox, Opera
DSL-Anschluss
T-Com 1TR112 (U-R2)-kompatibler DSL-Anschluss
(Standard ITU G.992.1 Annex B)
Computer
Kabelverbindung: Der Computer muss über einen LAN-Anschluss
verfügen (Netzwerkkarte, Standard-Ethernet 10/100).
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Funktionsmerkmale
Der Samsung Router verfügt über die folgenden Funktionsmerkmale:
LEDs
Das Gerät ist mit Leuchtanzeigen (LEDs) ausgestattet, die folgende Bedeutung haben:
LED
Beschreibung
POWER
- An: Gerät bereit
- Blinken: Systemstart
- Aus: Kein Strom
DSL
- Aus: DSL-Kabel ist nicht verbunden
- kurzes Blinken: DSL wird synchronisiert (200/200ms an/aus)
- DSL ist synchronisiert
x langes Blinken: keine PPPoE-Verbindung (Zwangstrennung
oder keine Account-Daten) (1000/1000ms an/aus)
x An: PPPoE-Verbindung ist aufgebaut
Nicht verwendet
Nicht verwendet
LAN
- AN: LAN-Verbindung aktiv
- Blinken: Aktiviert (Daten werden ausgetauscht)
- AUS: LAN aus (keine Geräte angeschlossen)
Nicht verwendet
INFO
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- An: Neue Nachricht/Mail
- Blinken: Firmware-Update in Bearbeitung
- Aus: Keine ungelesene Nachricht bei IMAP, keine Nachricht bei POP3
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Anschlüsse
Das Gerät verfügt über die folgenden Anschlüsse:
RESET
Anschluss
DSL
Beschreibung
Anschluss für ADSL/ADSL 2+
LAN
10/100 Base-T Ethernet-Anschluss
Reset
Zurücksetzen auf Werkseinstellung
DC 12 V
Buchse zum Anschließen des Netzteils. Die tatsächliche Bauform
des Netzteils kann von der Darstellung im Handbuch abweichen.
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INS T ALLA TI ON
Dieser Abschnitt enthält Anleitungen zum Installieren des Samsung Routers und zum
Anschließen des Geräts an einen Computer.
Die folgende Abbildung zeigt die Anschlussmöglichkeiten des Samsung Routers in
einer Netzwerkumgebung:
Anschlussmöglichkeiten
Der Samsung Router kann folgendermaßen in ein Netzwerk integriert werden:
IP-Netzwerk
ADSL/ADSL 2+
Samsung Router
Computer/Spielekonsole
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Installation des Samsung Routers
Installation mit Hilfe des Assistenten
Wenn Ihr Computer über ein Windows-Betriebssystem verfügt, können Sie sich
von der Basiskonfiguration auf der Samsung Router-CD Schritt für Schritt durch
den Installationsvorgang führen lassen.
1.
Legen Sie die CD in das CD-Laufwerk.
2.
Die Basiskonfiguration wird automatisch gestartet.
3.
Folgen Sie den Anleitungen des Assistenten.
Erstinstallation
Bei einer Erstinstallation des Samsung Routers wird die Verwendung der
Basiskonfiguration auf der Samsung Router-CD dringend empfohlen.
Installation ohne Assistenten
Wenn Sie zur Installation nicht den Assistenten verwenden, gehen Sie wie folgt
vor:
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Anschließen an die Stromversorgung
Das Gerät wird über ein Netzteil mit Strom versorgt.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Nehmen Sie das mitgelieferte Netzteil aus der Verpackung.
Schließen Sie den Stecker des Netzteilkabels an der
12 V-Gleichstrombuchse des Samsung Routers an.
Stecken Sie das Netzteil in eine Netzsteckdose.
Die mit „Power“ beschriftete LED am Samsung Router leuchtet erst und
beginnt dann zu blinken. Sobald diese ständig leuchtet, ist das Gerät
betriebsbereit.
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Verbindung mit dem DSL-Anschluss
Um DSL in Betrieb zu nehmen, müssen Sie zunächst Ihren DSL-Provider mit einem Kabel
anschließen. Das Kabel zum Anschließen wird mitgeliefert.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Verbinden Sie den Splitter (Kennzeichnung Amt) mit Ihrer
Hausanschlussdose. Verwenden Sie dafür das dem Splitter beigelegte
Kabel.
Verbinden Sie das DSL-Kabel mit dem [DSL] Port des Samsung Routers.
Verbinden Sie das andere Ende des DSL-Kabels mit dem Anschluss am
Splitter (Kennzeichnung DSL).
Die mit DSL beschriftete LED beginnt nun in kurzen Abständen zu blinken,
sobald sie in langen Abständen blinkt, signalisiert der Samsung Router, dass
er für Internetverbindungen über DSL bereit ist.
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Anschließen eines Computers
Computer können per Kabel über den LAN-Anschluss mit dem Samsung Router
verbunden werden. Für die Verbindung zum Samsung Router spielt es keine Rolle,
welches Betriebssystem auf dem Computer installiert ist.
Kabelgebundene Verbindung
1.
2.
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Schließen Sie ein Ende des gelben LAN-Kabels an den LAN-Anschluss des
Computers an.
Verbinden Sie das andere Ende des Kabels mit dem Anschluss [LAN] am
Samsung Router.
Müssen weitere Computer angeschlossen werden, ist ein Netzwerk-Switch
oder-Hub erforderlich.
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Internetverbindung
Der Samsung Router kann auf zwei Arten für Internetverbindungen genutzt werden.
In beiden Fällen werden die Zugangsdaten eines Internetanbieters benötigt.
Die LED [DSL] des Samsung Routers signalisiert, ob eine Verbindung zum Internet
besteht.
Aufbau der Verbindung durch den Samsung Router
Wenn der Samsung Router die Verbindung mit dem Internet herstellt, können alle an
das Gerät angeschlossenen Computer gleichzeitig auf das Internet zugreifen.
Die Installation von zusätzlicher Internetzugangssoftware auf diesen Computern ist
nicht erforderlich.
Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie in der Basiskonfiguration des Samsung Routers.
1.
2.
3.
Halten Sie die Internetzugangsdaten bereit, Sie vom Internetanbieter erhalten
haben.
Öffnen Sie die Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers, und wählen Sie das
Menü [Basiskonfiguration].
Folgen Sie den Anleitungen der Basiskonfiguration.
Nachdem Sie die Internetverbindung mit der Basiskonfiguration eingerichtet haben,
arbeitet der Samsung Router als DSL-Router, und alle angeschlossenen Computer
können den Internetzugang gleichzeitig nutzen. Sie können Ihre Angaben mit der
Basiskonfiguration jederzeit ändern. Alle Angaben zum Internetzugang können über
das entsprechende Menü in der Benutzeroberfläche geändert werden.
Wenn Ihr Internetzugang zeitbasiert abgerechnet wird, wählen Sie Option
[Einstellung zur Automatischen Trennung] im Menü
[Internet/Einstellung/Zugangsdaten] der Basiskonfiguration. Die Verbindung zum
Internet wird dann nach Ablauf der festgelegten Zeitspanne automatisch abgebaut.
Stellen Sie sicher, dass alle Computer, die den Internetzugang nutzen, ihre IPAdresse vom Samsung Router beziehen.
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Aufbau der Verbindung durch die an den Samsung Router
angeschlossenen Computer
Wenn ein an den Samsung Router angeschlossener Computer die Verbindung zum
Internet aufbaut, verhält sich der Samsung Router als DSL-Modem und ist nur für die
Weiterleitung der Daten zuständig. Auf den Computern muss mit Hilfe entsprechender
Software und den Zugangsdaten des Internetanbieters ein Internetzugang eingerichtet
werden.
Verwenden Sie die vom Internetanbieter bereitgestellte Zugangssoftware.
Normalerweise ist es nicht zulässig, mit denselben Zugangsdaten eines
Internetanbieters mehrere Internetverbindungen gleichzeitig aufzubauen. Wenn auf
allen angeschlossenen Computern der gleichzeitige Internetzugriff möglich sein soll,
muss der auf jedem Computer ein individueller Internetzugang eingerichtet werden.
Jeder Computer verfügt dann über eigene Zugangsdaten und baut eine eigene,
kostenpflichtige Internetverbindung auf. Wenn an den Samsung Router mehrere
Computer angeschlossen sind, die Zugang zum Internet haben sollen, empfiehlt sich
die Einrichtung des Samsung Routers als DSL-Router.
1.
2.
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Bauen Sie mit Hilfe der Internetzugangssoftware eine Verbindung zum
Internetanbieter auf.
Sobald die Verbindung besteht, können Sie den Webbrowser starten und im
Internet surfen.
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LAN-Einstellungen
Die Netzwerkeinstellungen des Samsung Routers sind werkseitig auf folgende Werte
voreingestellt:
Einstellung
Wert
IP-Adresse
192.168.220.1
Subnetzmaske
255.255.255.0
DHCP-Server
Aktiviert
DHCP-Server-IP-Adressenpool
Start-192.168.220.100
Ende-192.168.220.200
DHCP-Server-Gültigkeitsdauer
24 Stunden
Mit den obigen Einstellungen sind alle an den Samsung Router angeschlossen
Computer Teil desselben IP-Netzwerks. Die Einstellungen können bei Bedarf
geändert werden.
LAN-IP-Adresse
Der Samsung Router wird mit einer werkseitig vorgegebenen IP-Adresse ausgeliefert.
Einstellung
Wert
IP-Adresse
192.168.220.1
Subnetzmaske
255.255.255.0
IP-Adresse und Subnetzmaske werden automatisch eingestellt. Die zugewiesene
Adresse kann bei Bedarf geändert werden.
Einstellung
Wert
Netzwerkadresse des Subnetzes
192.168.220.0
IP-Adresspool für Computer
192.168.220.2 bis 192.168.220.254
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Eine Änderung der IP-Adresse des Samsung Routers kann in folgenden Situationen
erforderlich sein:
•
Es ist bereits ein lokales IP-Netzwerk vorhanden (ein Subnetz mit mehreren
Computern).
•
In den Netzwerkeinstellungen sind feste IP-Adressen definiert, die Sie nicht
verändern möchten oder nicht verändern dürfen.
•
Sie möchten den Samsung Router an das Subnetz anschließen, um die
Funktionen des Samsung Routers für alle Computer im Subnetz
bereitzustellen.
Die folgenden Richtlinien müssen bei der Zuweisung einer IP-Adresse an den
Samsung Router beachtet werden:
•
Es muss eine IP-Adresse aus dem Adressbereich des bestehenden
Subnetzes zugewiesen werden.
•
Die Subnetzmaske muss mit der des angeschlossenen Subnetzes
übereinstimmen.
Sie können die IP-Adresse folgendermaßen ändern:
1.
Öffnen Sie die Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers.
2.
Wählen Sie [Internet/LAN-Einstellungen].
3.
Ändern Sie die Einstellung unter [LAN IP-Adresse], und klicken Sie
[Speichern].
Vorsicht bei der Änderung der IP-Adresse
Wenn das neue Subnetz andere Adressen als die im Pool des DHCP-Servers
enthaltenen verwendet, deaktivieren Sie den DHCP-Server oder passen den
IP-Adressenpool des DHCP-Servers entsprechend an.
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DHCP-Server
Der Samsung Router verfügt über einen DHCP-Server. Werkseitig ist der DHCPServer standardmäßig aktiviert. Bei Aktivierung des DHCP-Servers wird jedem
Computer, der an den Samsung Router angeschlossen ist, eine IP-Adresse
zugewiesen.
Einstellung
Wert
DHCP-Server
Aktiviert
DHCP-Server-IP-Adressenpool
Start-192.168.220.100
Ende-192.168.220.200
DHCP-Server-Gültigkeitsdauer
24 Stunden
Aufgrund der Vergabe der IP-Adressen durch den DHCP-Server ist sichergestellt,
dass sich alle mit dem Samsung Router verbundenen Computer in einem Subnetz
befinden. Computer können ihre IP-Adresse nur dann vom DHCP-Server beziehen,
wenn in den IP-Einstellungen des Computers die Option [IP-Adresse automatisch
beziehen] aktiviert ist.
- Feste IP-Adressen bei aktiviertem DHCP-Server
Wenn Sie den Computern, die mit dem Samsung Router verbunden sind, feste IPAdressen zuweisen möchten, deaktivieren Sie die Option [IP-Adresse automatisch
beziehen] in den Netzwerkeinstellungen und geben die feste IP-Adresse manuell
ein.
- Wenn Sie den DHCP-Server deaktivieren, gehen Sie wie folgt vor:
Damit bei deaktiviertem DHCP-Server alle Computer weiterhin im selben Subnetz
wie der Samsung Router sind, geben Sie die IP-Adressen in den
Netzwerkeinstellungen der Computer manuell ein. Deaktivieren Sie die Option
[IP-Adresse automatisch beziehen], und geben Sie die IP-Adresse in das dafür
vorgesehene Feld ein. Wenn die werkseitig vorgegebene IP-Adresse des Samsung
Routers beibehalten wurde, stehen die folgenden IP-Adressen für die Vergabe an
die Computer zur Verfügung. Jede IP-Adresse darf nur einmal vergeben werden.
192.168.220.2 bis 192.168.220.254
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- Ändern von DHCP-Server-Einstellungen
Wenn Sie Einstellungen für den DHCP-Server ändern möchten, gehen Sie wie folgt
vor:
1.
Öffnen Sie die Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers.
2.
Klicken Sie auf [Internet].
3.
Klicken Sie auf [LAN-Einstellungen]. Das Fenster für LAN-Einstellung wird
geöffnet. Hier können Sie die Einstellungen für den DHCP-Server ändern.
Trennen der Verbindung zum Samsung
Router
Sie können die Verbindung zwischen dem Samsung Router und einem Computer
folgendermaßen trennen:
Beenden der Verbindung zu einem Computer
LAN-Anschluss
Wenn der Computer über ein LAN-Kabel an einen LAN-Anschluss des Samsung
Routers angeschlossen ist, entfernen Sie das LAN-Kabel.
Ist der Computer über einen Netzwerk-Hub oder-Switch mit dem Samsung Router
verbunden, entfernen Sie das LAN-Kabel zwischen dem Hub oder Switch und dem
Computer.
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F EH L E RB E HE B U NG
Dieser Abschnitt beschreibt Lösungen für den Fall, dass die Benutzeroberfläche des
Samsung Routers nicht geöffnet werden kann oder dass die IP-Einstellung des
Computers nicht verändert werden kann.
Wenn ein Problem auftritt, das sich mithilfe der folgenden Informationen nicht lösen
lässt, wenden Sie sich bitte an den Kundendienst.
Fehler beim Öffnen der Benutzeroberfläche
Wenn beim Öffnen der Benutzeroberfläche eine Fehlermeldung angezeigt wird,
identifizieren Sie das Problem und behebenes.
Überprüfen der Kabelverbindung
Wenn der Samsung Router über ein LAN-Kabel mit dem Computer verbunden ist,
kontrollieren Sie, ob die LEDs [Power] und [LAN] leuchten.
Eingabe der IP-Adresse des Samsung Routers im Internet-Browser
Geben Sie im Internet-Browser anstelle von ‘samsung.router’ die folgende Adresse
ein: 192.168.220.1
Automatische Zuweisung der IP-Adresse
Die IP-Adresse des angeschlossenen Computers sollte automatisch zugewiesen
werden.
Einrichten und Überprüfen des Internet-Browsers
Beim Aufruf der Benutzeroberfläche verwendet der Internet-Browser die
Netzwerkverbindung zwischen dem Computer und dem Samsung Router.
Deaktivieren Sie hierzu die automatischen Einstellungen der
Telekommunikationsverbindung.
1.
2.
Wählen Sie unter [Extras/Internetoptionen] den Befehl [Verbindungen].
Aktivieren Sie unter [DFÜ-und VPN-Einstellungen] die Option
[Keine Verbindung wählen].
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3.
Klicken Sie auf [Übernehmen] und dann auf [OK].
Aktivieren Sie in Internet Explorer 6 den Online-Modus.
1.
2.
Öffnen Sie das Menü [Datei].
Wenn die Option [Offlinebetrieb] markiert ist, klicken Sie auf die Option, um die
Markierung zu entfernen und in den Online-Modus zu wechseln.
Wenn der Internet-Browser einen Proxy-Server verwendet, müssen der DNS-Name
und die IP-Adresse des Samsung Routers eingegeben werden, außer wenn der
Proxy des Internet-Browsers konfiguriert ist.
1.
2.
3.
Wählen Sie unter [Extras/Internetoptionen] den Befehl [Verbindungen].
Klicken Sie im Bereich [LAN-Einstellungen] auf [Einstellungen] und dann im
Bereich [Proxyserver] auf [Erweitert].
Geben Sie im Feld [Ausnahmen] die Adresse ‘samsung.router;
192.168.220.1’ ein, und klicken Sie auf [OK].
Nun muss die Ausführung des CGI-Skripts auf der Benutzeroberfläche zugelassen
werden.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Wählen Sie unter [Extras/Internetoptionen] den Befehl [Sicherheit].
Wenn die Schaltfläche [Standardstufe] deaktiviert ist, gilt die
Sicherheitseinstellung [Mittel], und die Ausführung des CGI-Skripts ist bereits
zulässig.
Markieren Sie [Lokales Intranet], und klicken Sie auf [Sites…].
Wenn die Schaltfläche [Standard] nicht deaktiviert ist, führen Sie die folgenden
Schritte aus.
Klicken Sie auf der nächsten Seite auf [Erweitert], und geben Sie im Feld
[Diese Website zur Zone hinzufügen] die Adresse ‘samsung.router’ ein.
Deaktivieren Sie die Option [Für Sites dieser Zone ist eine
Serverüberprüfung (http:) erforderlich].
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Überprüfen der Schutzprogramme
Schutzprogramm wie Firewall- oder Securitysoftware können den Zugriff auf die
Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers verhindern.
Richten Sie in allen aktiven Schutzprogrammen Ausnahmen für den Samsung Router
ein.
Wenn Sie ein Schutzprogramm beenden müssen, um die Verbindung zum Samsung
Router zu testen, ziehen Sie das DSL-Kabel ab. Schließen Sie das DSL-Kabel wieder
an. Starten Sie nach dem Test zuerst das Schutzprogramm, bevor Sie eine
Internetverbindung aufbauen.
Neustart des Samsung Routers
Starten Sie den Samsung Router neu. Ziehen Sie den Netzstecker aus der Steckdose.
Stellen Sie nach ca. einer Minute wieder die Verbindung zum Stromnetz her.
Öffnen der Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers über eine
LAN-Verbindung
Der Samsung Router verfügt über eine statische IP-Adresse, die nicht verändert
werden kann. Über diese IP-Adresse (192.168.220.1) ist der Samsung Router immer
erreichbar. Öffnen Sie die Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers über diese
Adresse:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Verbinden Sie den Samsung Router über das gelbe LAN-Kabel mit dem
Computer.
Notieren Sie die aktuellen IP-Einstellungen des Computers.
Ändern Sie die IP-Einstellungen des Computers, indem Sie die IP-Adresse
192.168.220.1 eingeben.
Starten Sie den Internet-Browser, und geben Sie die statische IP-Adresse
192.168.220.1 des Samsung Routers ein. Jetzt wird die Benutzeroberfläche
des Samsung Routers geöffnet.
Nachdem Sie die Benutzeroberfläche des Samsung Routers wieder ereicht
haben, überprüfen Sie die IP-Einstellungen des Samsung Routers. Korrigieren
Sie die Einstellungen bei Bedarf.
Geben Sie in den IP-Einstellungen des Computers wieder die Einstellungen ein,
die Sie sich zuvor notiert hatten.
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IP-Einstellungen
Der Samsung Router ist mit einem eigenen DHCP-Server ausgestattet. Dies bedeutet,
dass dem angeschlossenen Computer die IP-Adresse des Samsung Routers zugewiesen
wird. Der Computer muss dafür so eingerichtet sein, dass er seine IP-Adresse
automatisch vom Samsung Router bezieht. Die Schritte zur Überprüfung und Einstellung
dieser Option hängen vom jeweiligen Betriebssystem ab. Beachten Sie hierzu die
Hinweise in der Dokumentation des Betriebssystems. Wenn der Samsung Router in
einem Netzwerk betrieben wird, darf in diesem Netzwerk kein anderer DHCP-Server
aktiviert sein.
Linux
Ausführliche Details und Hilfe zur Netzwerkinstallation unter Linux finden Sie z. B.
unter der folgenden Adresse:
(http://www.linuxhaven.de/dlhp/HOWTO/DE-Netzwerk-HOWTO-4.html.)
Automatisches Beziehen der IP-Adresse in Windows XP
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wählen Sie [Start/Systemsteuerung/Netzwerkverbindungen].
Doppelklicken Sie auf die LAN-Verbindung der mit dem Samsung Router
verbundenen Netzwerkkarte.
Klicken Sie auf [Eigenschaften].
Klicken Sie in der Liste auf den Eintrag [Internetprotokoll (TCP/IP)], und
klicken Sie auf [Eigenschaften].
Markieren Sie die Optionen [IP-Adresse automatisch beziehen] und [DNSServeradresse automatisch beziehen].
5.
Bestätigen Sie die Auswahl mit [OK].
6.
Der Computer erhält nun die IP-Adresse des Samsung Routers.
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Automatisches Beziehen der IP-Adresse in Windows Me/98
Für die Änderung der Netzwerkeinstellungen benötigen Sie eine Windows-CD.
1.
Wählen Sie [Start/Einstellungen/Systemsteuerung].
2.
Doppelklicken Sie auf [Netzwerk].
3.
4.
5.
6.
Doppelklicken Sie auf die als Pfeil dargestellte Bindung [(TCP/IP) Æ (mit dem
Samsung Router verbundene Netzwerkkarte)].
Markieren Sie die Option [IP-Adresse automatisch beziehen].
Klicken Sie auf der Registerkarte [DNS-Konfiguration] auf die Option
[DNS deaktivieren].
Klicken Sie auf [OK].
Der Computer erhält nun die IP-Adresse vom Samsung Router.
Automatisches Beziehen der IP-Adresse in Windows 2000
Für die Änderung der Netzwerkeinstellungen benötigen Sie eine Windows-CD.
1.
2.
Wählen Sie [Start/Einstellungen/Netzwerk-und DFÜ-Verbindungen].
Doppelklicken Sie auf die LAN-Verbindung der mit dem Samsung Router
verbundenen Netzwerkkarte.
3.
Klicken Sie auf [Eigenschaften].
4.
Doppelklicken Sie in der Liste auf den Eintrag [Internetprotokoll (TCP/IP)].
5.
Markieren Sie die Option [IP-Adresse automatisch beziehen].
6.
Klicken Sie auf [OK].
Der Computer erhält nun die IP-Adresse vom Samsung Router.
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Automatisches Beziehen der IP-Adresse in Mac OS X
Legen Sie die TCP/IP-Einstellungen in Mac OS X folgendermaßen fest:
1.
Wählen Sie im Apple-Menü den Befehl [Systemeinstellungen].
2.
Klicken Sie im Fenster [Systemeinstellungen] auf das Symbol [Netzwerk].
3.
Klicken Sie auf [Eigenschaften].
4.
5.
6.
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Wählen Sie im Fenster [Netzwerk] im Menü [Zeigen] die Option
[Ethernet (integriert)].
Wechseln Sie in den Bereich [TCP/IP], und wählen Sie im Menü
[IPv4 konfigurieren] die Option [DHCP].
Klicken Sie auf [Jetzt aktivieren].
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Technische Daten
Element
Beschreibung
Modellbezeichnung
Samsung Router
Netzteil
Eingangsspannung
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Ausgangsspannung
+12 VDC, 1.5 A (Netzteilausgang)
Betrieb
0˚C bis 45˚C
Lagerung
-25˚C bis + 70˚C
Temperatur (˚C)
Luftfeuchtigkeit (%)
0 bis 90%
WAN
ADSL 2 und Annex B
LAN
Ethernet-LAN-Anschlüsse, 10/100Base-T
Maße (mm)
Gerät
190 × 146.0 × 31 mm
Verpackung
295 × 180.0 × 65 mm
Netto
303 g
Brutto
710 g
Gewicht (g)
Die tatsächliche Bauform des Netzteils kann von der Darstellung im Handbuch
abweichen.
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Open Software Ankündigung
Einige Software-Komponenten dieses Produkts beinhalten einen Quellcode, der unter
die GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL),
PHP, MIT, BSD und OpenSSL License fällt.
Vereinbarung:
Dieses Produkt enthält PHP, frei verfügbar unter <http://www.php.net/>.
Dieses Produkt enthält Software, die für die Verwendung des OpenSSL Toolkit von
OpenSSL Project entwickelt wurde. (http://www.openssl.org/).
Um diesen Quellcode zu beziehen, besuchen Sie
http://www.samsungnetwork.com/IAD oder kontaktieren Sie
[email protected]
Unten finden Sie eine Liste der Komponenten, die unter die „GNU General Public
License“ und die „GNU Lesser General Public License“ fallen.
Component
br2684ctl
License
GPL
Component
License
linux-kernel-2.4.20
GPL
bridge-utils(brctl)
GPL
lockfile
GPL
busybox
GPL
mtools
GPL
dnrd
GPL
murasaki
GPL
drv_amazon
GPL
ntpclient
GPL
drv_daa
GPL
openssl
OpenSSL/SSLeay
drv_isdn
GPL
pppatm
GPL
drv_led
GPL
pppd
GPL
drv_vinetic
GPL
pppoe
GPL
ebtables
GPL
proftpd
GPL
ez-ipupdate
GPL
psmisc
GPL
gawk
GPL
rp-pppoe
GPL
hostapd
GPL
sg3_utils
GPL
iproute2
GPL
stunnel
GPL
iptables
GPL
u-boot
GPL
libupnp
BSD
uclibc_lib
LGPL
linux-atm-2.4.1
GPL
zebra
GPL
linux-igd
GPL
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Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license
document, but changing it is not allowed.
Preamble
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freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its
users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundation's
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alter the names:
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How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the
public, the best way to achieve this is to make it free software which everyone can
redistribute and change under these terms.
To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach them to the
start of each source file to most effectively convey the exclusion of warranty; and each
file should have at least the "copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is
found.
<one line to give the program's name and a brief idea of what it does.>
Copyright (C) <year> <name of author>
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms
of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation;
either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into
proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library, you may consider it more
useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the library. If this is what you want
to do, use the GNU Lesser General Public License instead of this License.
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Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license
document, but changing it is not allowed.
[This is the first released version of the Lesser GPL. It also counts as the
successor of the GNU Library Public License, version 2, hence the version
number 2.1.]
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The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and
change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee
your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for
all its users.
This license, the Lesser General Public License, applies to some specially designated
software packages--typically libraries--of the Free Software Foundation and other
authors who decide to use it. You can use it too, but we suggest you first think
carefully about whether this license or the ordinary General Public License is the
better strategy to use in any particular case, based on the explanations below.
When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom of use, not price.
Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to
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