Allnet ALL-VPN20 Owner Manual

Allnet ALL-VPN20 Owner Manual
DMZ Connection :
WAN IP Address:
The DMZ port can be connected to servers that have legal IP
address, such as Web servers, mail servers, etc.
Use the following DNS
Server Addresses:
DNS Server:
Select a user-defined DNS server IP address.
Input the DNS IP address set by your ISP. At least one
IP group should be input. The maximum acceptable is
two IP groups.
This option is to configure a static IP address. The IP
address to be configured could be one issued by your
ISP. (The IP address is usually provided by the ISP
when the PC is installed. Contact your ISP for relevant
information).
Subnet Mask:
Input the subnet mask of the static IP address issued
by your ISP, such as: Issued eight static IP addresses:
255.255.255.248 Issued 16 static IP addresses:
255.255.255.240
Default Gateway Address: Input the default gateway of the static IP address
issued by your ISP. For ADSL users, it is usually an
ATU-R IP address.
User Name:
Input the user name issued by your ISP.
Password:
Connect on Demand:
Quick Installation Guide
Network Security Router Series
Keep Alive:
Logging In
Input the password issued by your ISP.
This function enables the auto-dialing function to be
used for a PPTP dial connection. When the client port
attempts to connect with the Internet, the router will
automatically make a dial connection. If the network
has been idle for a period of time, the system will break
the connection automatically. (The default time for
automatic break off when no packets have been
transmitted is five minutes).
This function enables the PPTP dial connection to
redial automatically when the connection has been
interrupted. Users can set up the redialing time. The
default is 30 seconds.
WAN IP address:
Input the available static IP address issued by your
ISP.
Subnet Mask:
Input the subnet mask of the static IP address issued
by your ISP, such as: Issued eight static IP addresses:
255.255.255.248 Issued 16 static IP addresses:
255.255.255.240
Default Gateway Address: Input the default gateway issued by your ISP. For
ADSL users, it is usually an ATU-R IP address. As for
optical fiber users, please input the optical fiber
switching IP.
Input the DNS IP address issued by your ISP. At least
DNS Server:
one IP group should be input. The maximum
acceptable is two IP groups.
Thank you for choosing the ALLNET Security Router Series series product.
This Quick Installation Guide will guide you through the installation process
to configure the WAN port to connect the Internet. Moreover, you can also
activate the Remote Management function to manage the router at remote
sites and to allow the ALLNET Technical Center or agents to assist you to
solve in connection setting problem. In addition, the appendix section
provides the information on finding the IP address of your network, the
cross-reference table between web-based interfaces and configure
functions, safety cautions throughout physical setup of the router and the
technical support contact information. Therefore, please carefully read and
follow the below basic installation process to quickly complete your network
connection configuration, connection configuration.
WAN IP Address:
To access the web-based user interface (Ul), open your browser on
the computer that you will use to configure the router. (Make sure the
network adapter in your computer is set as obtain the IP address
automatically.) And then enter the default IP address 192.168.1.1
into the URL address box. A login window will appear. Both the
default User name and Password are r admin j . Then click "ok" to
enter web-based Ul. (If the login window does not appear, please
refer to "Appendix I * to check the default gateway IP address of
your network adapter and then type the default gateway IP address
into the URL address box.) Once you have logged in, the web-based
Ul will appear.
Subnet Mask:
User Name:
Input the user name issued by your ISP.
Password
Input the password issued by your ISP.
Connect on Demand:
Configuring the WAN
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Router x 1
CD-ROM (containing the user manual) x 1
Product Warranty Card x 1
Quick Start Guide (this document) x 1
Mounting Screws x 8 (for 13-inch and above model only)
Mounting Brackets x 2 (for 13-inch and above model only)
Ethernet Cable x 1 (CatSe RJ45 / 1 meter L)
Power Adapter x 1 or Power Cord x 1
Connecting to Your Network
WAN Connection:
The WAN port can be connected with xDSL Modem or Fiber Modem
directly to the Internet. Or be connected with Switching Hub or another
router to your network.
LAN Connection:
The LAN port can be connected to a switching Hub or directly to a PC.
After entering the web-based Ul screen, choose one of below tab to
find the information of the router's current LAN status and WAN
setting.
General Setting -> Configure
OR Network-> Connection
Input one of the static IP addresses issued by your ISP.
Keep Alive:
This function enables the auto-dialing function to be
used in a PPPoE dial connection. When the client port
attempts to connect with the Internet, the router will
automatically make a dial connection. If the line has
been idle for a period of time, the system will break the
connection automatically. (The default time for
automatic break-off resulting from no packet
transmissions is five minutes).
This function enables the PPPoE dial connection to
keep connected, and to automatically redial if the line
is interrupted. It also enables a user to set up a time for
redialing. The default is 30 seconds.
Input the subnet mask of the static IP address issued
by your ISP, such as: Issued eight static IP addresses:
255.255.255.248 Issued 16 static IP addresses:
255.255.255.240
Default Gateway Address: Input the default gateway of the static IP address
issued by your ISP. For ADSL users, it is usually an
ATU-R IP address.
Input the DNS IP address set by the user's ISP. At
DNS Server:
least one IP group should be input. The maximum
acceptable is two IP groups.
Internal LAN IP Range: Input the available IP range issued by your ISP. If your
ISP issued two discontinuous IP address ranges for
you, you can input them into Internal LAN IP Range 1
and Internal LAN IP Range 2 respectively.
Remote Management
Remote Management function can enable you to manage the router
at remote sites and to allow technical personals to assist you to
solve in connection setting problem.
Please note that if your router model is equipped with more than 2
WAN ports, the WAN Setting state will display as below.
Interface
Connection Type
Config.
WAN1
Static IP
Edit
WAN2
Obtain an IP automatically
Edit
WAN3
Obtain an IP automatically
Edit
WAN4
Obtain an IP automatically
Edit
Click Edit to enter the WAN and Internet Connection Configuration
page. There are several types of WAN connection, please refer to
the following configuration for your appropriate WAN connection..
Open the screen of "General Policy" tab from "Firewall" menu. And
then Click "Enable" to activate the Remote Management. Then enter
the control port number you want to use (default port is 80). Click
"Apply" to save the configuration.
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