WF2415 User Manual 300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP

WF2415 User Manual 300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP
WF2415
User Manual
300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N
AP/Repeater/ Router Client
V1.0
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2012-8-12
300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP/Repeater/Router Client User Manual
Certification
FCC CE
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 provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed 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:
-Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. (Example- use
only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices)
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
This equipment complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution!
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized
modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user authority to operate the
equipment
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Package Contents
The following items should be found in your package:

300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP/Repeater/ Router Client

Power adapter

Quick Installation Guide

CD-Rom

Ethernet cable
Make sure that the package contains above items. If any of the above items is missing or
damaged, please contact the store you bought this product from.
Brand and Copyright Announcement
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All rights reserved
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names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and
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Reproduction in any manner without the permission of Netis Corporation is strictly
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All the information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Phone: 1-866-71-network or 1-866-716-3896 (free in USA & Canada)
E-mail: [email protected]
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 6
1.1.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................... 6
1.2.
MAIN FEATURES ...................................................................................................................... 6
1.3.
SUPPORTING STANDARD AND PROTOCOL ................................................................................. 6
1.4.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT ........................................................................................................ 7
HARDWARE INSTALLATION ................................................................................................... 8
2.1.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ........................................................................................................... 8
2.2.
PANEL ...................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.
RESTORE TO FACTORY CONFIGURATION ................................................................................... 9
2.4.
HARDWARE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES .............................................................................. 10
LOGIN .......................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1.
4.
CONFIGURE COMPUTER .......................................................................................................... 11
3.1.1.
Windows 98/Me ............................................................................................................ 11
3.1.2.
Windows 2000 .............................................................................................................. 11
3.1.3.
Windows XP.................................................................................................................. 14
3.1.4.
Windows Vista............................................................................................................... 17
3.1.5.
Windows 7 .................................................................................................................... 21
3.1.6.
MAC OS ....................................................................................................................... 23
3.2.
CHECKING CONNECTION WITH THE ROUTER.......................................................................... 25
3.3.
LOGIN .................................................................................................................................... 26
ROUTER SETUP ........................................................................................................................ 28
4.1.
STATUS................................................................................................................................... 28
4.1.1.
Version .......................................................................................................................... 28
4.1.2.
WAN.............................................................................................................................. 28
4.1.3.
LAN .............................................................................................................................. 29
4.1.4.
Wireless ........................................................................................................................ 29
4.1.5.
Router Status ................................................................................................................ 30
4.1.6.
Traffic Statistics............................................................................................................ 30
4.2.
QUICK SETUP ......................................................................................................................... 30
4.2.1.
DHCP (dynamic) .......................................................................................................... 30
4.2.2.
PPPoE .......................................................................................................................... 31
4.2.3.
Static............................................................................................................................. 31
4.2.4.
Wireless Configuration ................................................................................................. 32
4.2.5.
MAC Clone ................................................................................................................... 32
4.3.
WPS SETTINGS ...................................................................................................................... 33
4.3.1.
WPS Settings ................................................................................................................ 33
4.3.2.
Add a New Device ........................................................................................................ 33
4.3.3.
WPS Configuration....................................................................................................... 34
4.4.
NETWORK .............................................................................................................................. 35
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4.4.1.
WAN.............................................................................................................................. 35
4.4.1.1.
Wired Access ................................................................................................................................ 35
4.4.1.2.
Wireless Access ............................................................................................................................ 36
4.4.2.
LAN .............................................................................................................................. 37
4.4.3.
MAC Clone ................................................................................................................... 37
4.4.4.
Port Settings ................................................................................................................. 37
4.4.5.
IGMP Proxy.................................................................................................................. 38
4.5.
WIRELESS .............................................................................................................................. 38
4.5.1.
Wireless Settings ........................................................................................................... 38
4.5.2.
Wireless Security .......................................................................................................... 39
4.5.2.1.
None .............................................................................................................................................. 39
4.5.2.2.
WEP .............................................................................................................................................. 40
4.5.2.3.
WPA-PSK ..................................................................................................................................... 40
4.5.2.4.
WPA2-PSK ................................................................................................................................... 41
4.5.2.5.
WPA/WPA2-PSK ......................................................................................................................... 41
4.5.3.
Wireless MAC Filtering ................................................................................................ 42
4.5.4.
WDS Settings ................................................................................................................ 42
4.5.5.
Wireless Advanced ........................................................................................................ 43
4.5.6.
Wireless Statistics ......................................................................................................... 45
4.5.7.
Multiple AP Settings ..................................................................................................... 45
4.6.
DHCP .................................................................................................................................... 46
4.6.1.
DHCP Settings ............................................................................................................. 46
4.6.2.
DHCP Clients List ........................................................................................................ 46
4.6.3.
Address Reservation ..................................................................................................... 46
4.7.
FORWARDING ......................................................................................................................... 47
4.7.1.
Virtual Servers .............................................................................................................. 47
4.7.2.
Port Triggering............................................................................................................. 47
4.7.3.
DMZ ............................................................................................................................. 48
4.7.4.
UPnP ............................................................................................................................ 48
4.7.5.
FTP Private Port .......................................................................................................... 49
4.8.
SECURITY .............................................................................................................................. 49
4.8.1.
Security Settings ........................................................................................................... 49
4.8.2.
IP Address Filtering ..................................................................................................... 50
4.8.3.
MAC Filtering .............................................................................................................. 51
4.8.4.
Domain Filtering .......................................................................................................... 52
4.9.
STATIC ROUTING .................................................................................................................... 52
4.10.
QOS SETTINGS ...................................................................................................................... 54
4.11.
DYNAMIC DNS ...................................................................................................................... 54
4.12.
SYSTEM TOOLS ...................................................................................................................... 55
4.12.1.
Firmware ...................................................................................................................... 55
4.12.2.
Time Settings ................................................................................................................ 55
4.12.3.
Password ...................................................................................................................... 56
4.12.4.
WOL ............................................................................................................................. 56
4.12.5.
System Logs .................................................................................................................. 56
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4.12.6.
Remote Management .................................................................................................... 57
4.12.7.
Factory Defaults ........................................................................................................... 57
4.12.8.
Reboot .......................................................................................................................... 57
4.13.
5.
ABOUT ................................................................................................................................... 58
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................................. 58
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1. Introduction
1.1. Product Overview
300Mbps Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router WF2415 is a combined wired/wireless network
connection device integrated with internet-sharing router and 4-port switch. It creates wireless
network with incredibly high speeds of up to 300Mbps, which ensures that you are free to
simultaneously enjoy multiple high-bandwidth consuming and interruption sensitive
applications such as streaming HD video, making VoIP calls, sharing large files and playing
online games.
1.2. Main Features

Fully compliant with IEEE802.3 10Base-T,IEEE802.3u 100 Base-TX standards,IEEE802
ab 1000Base-TX standards

Support DHCP Client, PPPoE Client, Static IP

Support multiple wireless modes : Access Point/Client/Repeater/WDS/WDS+AP

Support static MAC filtering, IP access control, DNS filter

Support FTP, PPTP and L2TP pass through

Support UPNP (universal plug and play)

Upgradeable firmware for future functions

WPS button can easily setup a secure network

Support 64/128 bit WEP, WPA,and WPA2 wireless security modes

Support WMM

Support DMZ
1.3. Supporting Standard and Protocol

IEEE 802.11b/g/n

IEEE 802.11e

IEEE 802.11h

IEEE 802.11k

IEEE 802.11i

IEEE 802.3 10Base-T

IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX

IEEE802ab 1000Base-TX
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1.4. Working Environment
Temperature

0° to 40° C (operating)

-40° to 70° C (storage)
Humidity

10% to 90 % non-condensing (operating)

5% to 90% non-condensing (storage)
Power

DC 12V
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2. Hardware Installation
2.1. System Requirement
Minimum Requirements:

Broadband (DSL/Cable) modem and service with Ethernet port

802.11n b/g/n wireless adapter or Ethernet adapter and cable for each computer

Internet Explorer® 5.0, Firefox® 2.0 or Safari® 1.4 or higher
2.2. Panel
Front panel
Figure 2-1
LED
SYS
Function
ON and Off
Abnormal
Flashing
Normal
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On
WAN
LAN
WAN Connection normal
Flashing
Data transmitting
Off
WAN Connection abnormal
On
LAN Connection normal
Flashing
PWR
WPS
Data transmitting
Off
LAN Connection abnormall
On
Power on
Off
Power off
On
WPS is running
Off
WPS is off
Rear panel
Figure 2-2
Description
PWR
Function
Connect to Power adapter, please don’t use the unknown
power adapter, otherwise your device may be damaged.
LAN
Connect with computer NIC or Ethernet device
WAN
Internet access
Reset
Restore settings
2.3. Restore to factory configuration
If the router ever freezes in a setting change process or if you can’t access it because you can’t
remember the IP you have given it or other problem, you may have to utilize the reset button
on the back of the router to put it back to factory settings. You have to press and hole this button
for a few seconds (2-6s) with a pencil when it is working, then release and it will restore
settings to the factory configuration.
The other way to restore factory settings is through the same user interface used in setup.
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Click on ‘System management’- ‘Restore’, and click on the ‘Restore’ button.
2.4. Hardware Installation Procedures
The procedures to install the 300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP/ Repeater/Router client please
refers to the following picture
Figure 2-3

Attach one end of an Ethernet cable to your computer’s Ethernet port, and the other end to
one of the LAN ports of your router.

Connect another Ethernet cable from your Cable/DSL modem to the WAN port of your
router.

Connect the single DC output connector of the power adapter to the power jack on the back
of the router and plug the Power Adapter into an AC outlet.
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3. Login
You can manage the 300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP/Repeater/Router client through the Web
browser-based configuration utility. To configure the device via Web browser, at least one
properly configured computer must be connected to the device via Ethernet or wireless network.
The 300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP/Repeater/Router client is configured with the default
IP address of 192.168.1.1and subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 and its DHCP server is enabled
by default. Before setting up the Router, make sure your PCs are configured to obtain an IP
address automatically from the Router by the steps below.
3.1. Configure computer
3.1.1. Windows 98/Me
1. Go to Start  Settings  Control Panel.
2. Find and double-click the Network icon. The Network dialog box appears.
3. Click the Configuration label and ensure that you have network card.
4. Select TCP/IP. If TCP/IP appears more than once, please select the item that has an arrow “”
pointing to the network card installed on your computer. DO NOT choose the instance of
TCP/IP with the words “Dial Up Adapter” beside it.
5. Click Properties. The TCP/IP Properties dialog box appears.
6. Ensure the Obtain IP Address Automatically is checked.
7. From the WINS Configuration dialog box, Ensure that Disable WINS Resolution is checked.
8. From the Gateway dialog box, remove all entries from the Installed gateways by selecting
them and clicking Remove.
9. From the DNS Configuration dialog box, remove all entries from the DNS Server Search
Order box by selecting them and clicking Remove. Remove all entries from the Domain Suffix
Search Order box by selecting them and clicking Remove. Click Disable DNS.
10. Click OK, back to Network Configuration dialog box
11. Click OK, if prompted to restart, click YES.
3.1.2. Windows 2000
Please follow the steps below to setup your computer:
1. Go to Start  Settings  Control Panel
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Figure 3-1
2. Double click the icon Network and Dial-up Connections
3. Highlight the icon Local Area Connection, right click your mouse, and click Properties
Figure 3-2
4. Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then press Properties button
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Figure 3-3
5. Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically,
and then press OK to close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window
Figure 3-4
6. Press OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties window
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Figure 3-5
3.1.3. Windows XP
Please follow the steps below to setup your computer:
1. Go to Start  Settings  Control Panel
2. Click Network and Internet Connections
Figure 3-6
3. Click Network Connections
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Figure 3-7
4. Highlight the icon Local Area Connection, right click your mouse, and click Properties
Figure 3-8
5. Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then press Properties button
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Figure 3-9
6. Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically,
and then press OK to close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window
Figure 3-10
7. Press OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties window
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Figure 3-11
3.1.4. Windows Vista
Please follow the steps below to setup your computer:
1. Go to Start  Settings  Control Panel
2. Click Network and Sharing Center
Figure 3-12
3. Click Manage Network Connections
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Figure 3-13
4. Highlight the icon Local Area Connection, right click your mouse, and click Properties
Figure 3-14
5. Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP) and then press Properties button
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Figure 3-15
6. Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically,
and then press OK to close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window
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Figure 3-16
7. Press OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties window
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Figure 3-17
3.1.5.
Windows 7
1.
Please follow the steps blow to setup your computer:
2.
Go to Start→ControlPanel→Network and Internet.
3.
Click Network and Sharing Center→Change adapter settings.
4.
Highlight the icon Local Area Connection, right click your mouse, and click
Properties.Highlight Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
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Figure 3-18
Figure 3-19
5.
Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically,
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and then press the OK to close the window.
Figure 3-20
6.
Press OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties window.
3.1.6.
MAC OS
Please follow the steps blow to setup your computer:
1.
Go to Start→System preference Settings→Network.
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Figure 3-21
2.
Click Network, Select Use DHCP at the Configuration bar, the system will get the IP
address automatically.
Figure 3-22
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Press Apply to complete this operation and close the window.
3.2. Checking Connection with the Router
After configuring the TCP/IP protocol, use the ping command to verify if the computer
cancommunicate with the Router. To execute the ping command, open the DOS window and
Ping the IP address of the 300Mbps Gigabit Wireless-N AP/Repeater/Router client at the
DOS prompt:

For Windows 98/Me: Start -> Run. Type command and click OK.

For Windows 2000/XP: Start -> Run. Type cmd and click OK.

For Windows Vista/7:Start→ Type cmd at the start search bar and press the Enter.

For MAC OS→Thesystem will complete this operation automatically.
At the DOS prompt, type the following command:
If the Command window returns something similar to the following:
C:\Documents and Settings\admin>ping 192.168.1.1
Pinging 192.168.1.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
Reply from 192.168.1.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
Ping statistics for 192.168.1.1:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 1ms, Maximum = 1ms, Average = 1ms
Then the connection between the router and your computer has been successfully established.
If the computer fails to connect to the router, the Command window will return the following:
C:\Documents and Settings\admin>ping 192.168.1.1
Pinging 192.168.1.1 with 32 bytes of data:
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Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Ping statistics for 192.168.1.1:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss),
Verify your computer's network settings are correct and check the cable connection between the
router and the computer.
In order to make the whole network operate successfully, it is necessary to configure the
150Mbps Wireless-N Long Distance Broadband Router through your computer has a WEB
browser installed. Please follow up the steps listed below.
3.3. Login

Open a web browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.) on the computer you have just
connected to the router, type http://192.168.1.1in the address bar, and press enter
Figure 3-23
Figure 3-24

Then the router's user interface will be displayed. The left menu shows the main options to
configure the system, and the right screen is the summary information for viewing and
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adjusting the configurations.
Figure 3-25
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4. Router Setup
4.1. Status
This feature provides running status information and detailed information about router.
4.1.1.
Version
Show the hardware version and firmware version.
Figure 4-1
4.1.2.
WAN
This feature provides running status information of the WAN port (the port connect to the
Internet)
Figure 4-2

Connection Type: Display router’s current connection type, It should be one of
“PPPoE”,“DHCP”, “Static IP”, depending on what kind of connection type your ISP
provides.

Physical Address: The physical address of WAN port, this is a unique address assigned by
manufacturer.

IP Address: The IP address you obtained after connect to the Internet, if you haven’t
connected to the Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.

Subnet Mask: The Subnet mask you obtained after connect to the Internet, if you haven’t
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connected to Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.

Default Gateway: The IP address of Default gateway you obtained after connect to the
Internet, if you haven’t connected to Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.

Primary DNS: The DNS server translates domain or website names into IP address, input
the most common DNS server address you used or provided by your ISP.

Secondary DNS: Input IP address of a backup DNS server or you can leave this field blank

Link Status: Show the current status of link information. You can choose connect or
disconnect by manually.
4.1.3.
LAN
This item provides information about router’s LAN port, display LAN port’s physical address,
IP address and current situation of DHCP server.
Figure 4-3
4.1.4.
Wireless
This item provides current running information of wireless.
Figure 4-4

Wireless status: Display wireless interface status is enabled or not

Name (SSID): SSID (Service Set Identifier) is your wireless network's name shared
among all points in a wireless network.

Mode: Current wireless mode of wireless router

Channel: Display current channel of your wireless router.

MAC Address: The MAC address is used for wireless communication
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
WPS Status: Display WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) status is enabled or not.
4.1.5.
Router Status
This item provides current running information of System.
Figure 4-5
4.1.6.
Traffic Statistics
This item provides statistics information about the bits router sends and received.
Figure 4-6
4.2. Quick Setup
Providing you the convenient and simplest method for configure the router, the purpose of this
item is to provide an easy way for you to use it and configure your router to access the Internet
quickly; including ‘DHCP(dynamic)’, ‘PPPoE’, ‘Static’and‘Wireless Configuration’. This is
the most convenient tool for you to configure router.
4.2.1.
DHCP (dynamic)
After select this item, you will obtain an IP address from your ISP automatically, those ISP who
supply Cable modem always use DHCP technology.
Figure 4-7
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4.2.2.
PPPoE
Figure 4-8
If your ISP provides you the PPPoE service (all ISP with DSL transaction will supply this
service, such as the most popular ADSL technique), please select this item. In the “Convenient
configuration” You can input your PPPoE username and password to access the Internet.

PPPoEUsername: Input PPPoE username provided by ISP

PPPoE Password: Input PPPoE password provided by ISP.
4.2.3.
Static
Figure 4-9
This item should only be used when users use a static IP address to access Internet, you should
input your “WAN IP address”, ”subnet mask”,” default gateway” and “DNS server (domain
name server)” according to the information provided by your ISP. And every IP address should
be input in appropriate IP field, a IP address only divided into four IP octets by sign“.” is
acceptable.

WAN IP address: The IP address that your Internet access into

Subnet mask: Specify a Subnet Mask for your WAN segment

Default gateway: It is provided by your ISP

Primary DNS: DNS server is used for resolve domain name. Your ISP will provides you
with at least one DNS IP address, input IP address of your DNS server in this field

Secondary DNS: Input IP address of backup DNS server, or you can leave this field blank.
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4.2.4.
Wireless Configuration
You can choose “Enable” or “Disable” to enable or disable the wireless function. The default
setting is “enable”. If you chose the “Disable” status, the router will become a wired broadband
router without wireless function, so be careful when you choose this status.
Figure 4-10

SSID: SSID (Service Set Identifier) is your wireless network's name shared among all
points in a wireless network. The SSID must be identical for all devices in the wireless
network. It is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters. Make sure all points in the
wireless network have the same SSID. For added security, you should change the default
SSID to a unique name.

Region:Choose a correct region which fit your use environment.

Channel: Wireless router communicates to wireless cards in a particular channel, which
can reduce interference between different channels.

Authentication Type: Different authentication types use different encryption types, which
can encrypt wireless data to protect your wireless communication.
4.2.5.
MAC Clone
The WAN port of router has a unique MAC address assigned by manufacturer; it called as
“Default MAC”. The “Clone MAC” is used for some special situations; For example, ISP only
allows certain MAC address to access the Internet, thus you can modify your WAN port’s MAC
address in accord with the requirement of ISP, avoiding ISP’s detection.
Figure 4-11
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4.3. WPS Settings
Wi-Fi Protect Setup (WPS) function can let you create a safety network easily. You can through
‘PIN Input Config (PIN)’ or ’Push Button (PBC)’to encrypt your network. This router also
provides WPS button, you only need to push the WPS button in this router and the wireless
network card that support WPS function, then the router will be encrypted to WPA2-AES mode
automatically
Note:
If you have configured encryption mode in your router, then when you use this WPS function,
please configure the authentication type to none, and then it will be encrypted to WPA2-AES
mode automatically. If you don’t want to change your authentication type, then when you use
this function, the router will be encrypted to the mode that you have configured.
4.3.1.
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Figure 4-12
WPS Status: You can use this function to setup the wireless connection between this router
and wireless network card. The default is Enable.
AP PIN Code: This code can mark a wireless product.
Add A New Device: Add a new device by WPS.
4.3.2.
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
WPS Settings
Add a New Device
Figure 4-13
Enter the new device’s PIN: This code can mark a wireless product.
Press the button of the new device in two minutes: New device will send a PIN code to
wireless router.
WPS can connect the wireless adapter and the router in a safe way. If you have a wireless
network card which has WPS button, you may set up a safe network via the following methods.
Method 1:
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1. Push the WPS button in the Router until the WPS LED is flashing several times.
2. Push the WPS button in the wireless network cardfor about 3-5seconds.
3. The safe connection will be established automatically.
Method 2:
1. Input the PIN code of the adapter’s WPS page into the router’s WPS configure page, then
click ’connect’.
Figure 4-14
Figure 4-15
2. Push the ‘PIN Input Config (PIN)’ in the Wi-Fi protect setup of the adapter
Figure 4-16
3. Select this router in the pop-up window, then click ‘Select’
4. The connection between the adapter and the router is be established automatically.
Method 3:
1. Select ‘Input PIN from AP’ in WI-FI protect setup page, input PIN of the router, then click
‘PIN Input Config (PIN)’
2. Select this router in the pop-up window, then click ‘Select’
3. The connection between the adapter and the router is be established automatically.
Remark
If there is more than one AP in the PBC mode when you use the method 1, there will be session
overlap. Please using method 2/3 or wait for a while push the button again.
4.3.3.
WPS Configuration
Display the WPS configuration information.
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Figure 4-17
4.4. Network
4.4.1. WAN
This item provides two access types for you to configure the WAN parameters. They are
wired access and wireless access.
4.4.1.1.
Wired Access
Figure 4-18
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Internet Access Type: Ask for your ISP to get the correct access type.
IP: The IP address you obtained after connect to the Internet, if you haven’t connected to
the Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.
Subnet Mask: The Subnet mask you obtained after connect to the Internet, if you haven’t
connected to Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.
Gateway: The IP address of Default gateway you obtained after connect to the Internet, if
you haven’t connected to Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.
MTU:The MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) setting specifies the largest packet size
permitted for network transmission. Most DSL users should use the value 1492.You can
set MTU manually, and you should leave this value in the 1200 to 1500 range. If the value
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you set is not in accord with the value ISP provide, it may causes some problems, such as
fail to send Email, or fail to browse website. So if that happen, you can contact your ISP for
more information and correct your router’s MTU value.
Primary DNS:The DNS server translates domain or website names into IP address, input
the most common DNS server address you used or provided by your ISP.
Secondary DNS: Input IP address of a backup DNS server or you can leave this field
blank.
4.4.1.2.
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Wireless Access
Figure 4-19
SSID: SSID: SSID (Service Set Identifier) is your wireless network's name shared among
all points in a wireless network. The SSID must be identical for all devices in the wireless
network. It is case-sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters. Make sure all points in the
wireless network have the same SSID. For added security, you should change the default
SSID to a unique name.
Authentication Type: “None” means do not encrypt wireless data.
Internet Access Type: Ask for your ISP to get the correct access type.
IP: The IP address you obtained after connect to the Internet, if you haven’t connected to
the Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.
Subnet Mask: The Subnet mask you obtained after connect to the Internet, if you haven’t
connected to Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.
Gateway: The IP address of Default gateway you obtained after connect to the Internet, if
you haven’t connected to Internet yet, this field is 0.0.0.0.
MTU: The MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) setting specifies the largest packet size
permitted for network transmission. Most DSL users should use the value 1492.You can
set MTU manually, and you should leave this value in the 1200 to 1500 range. If the value
you set is not in accord with the value ISP provide, it may causes some problems, such as
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fail to send Email, or fail to browse website. So if that happen, you can contact your ISP for
more information and correct your router’s MTU value.
Primary DNS:The DNS server translates domain or website names into IP address, input
the most common DNS server address you used or provided by your ISP.
Secondary DNS: Input IP address of a backup DNS server or you can leave this field
blank.
4.4.2. LAN
The IP address of LAN port is used for access router itself by computers that connect to the
router directly; here you can set IP address you need. The IP address format is like
***.***.***.***, and default IP address is 192.168.1.1, the default subnet mask is
255.255.255.0.
Figure 4-1
4.4.3.
MAC Clone
The WAN port of router has a unique MAC address assigned by manufacturer; it called as
“Default MAC”. The “Clone MAC” is used for some special situations; For example, ISP only
allows certain MAC address to access the Internet, thus you can modify your WAN port’s MAC
address in accord with the requirement of ISP, avoiding ISP’s detection.
Figure 4-21
4.4.4.
Port Settings
Here you can set the router's WAN and LAN interfaces work at 1000M duplex, 100M
duplex,100M half-duplex,10M duplex and 10M half-duplex communication mode.
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Figure 4-22
4.4.5.
IGMP Proxy
Here you can set the IGMP Proxy ‘Enabled’and‘Disabled’.
Figure 4-23
4.5. Wireless
4.5.1.
Wireless Settings
Providing basic configuration items for wireless router users, including“wireless network
status”, “SSID”, “Radio Band”, “Radio Mode”, “MAC”, “SSID broadcasting”, “Channel
width”, “Channel sideband”, “Region”and“Channel”severalbasic configuration items.
Figure 4-24
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Wireless network status: You can choose “enable” or “disable” to enable or disable the
“Wireless Network Status”,if what you choose is “Disable”, the AP function of wireless
router will be turned off.
SSID: The default is netis.
Radio band: You can select the wireless standards running on your network, if you have
Wireless-N, and Wireless-B/G devices in your network, keep the default setting,
802.11b+g+n
Radio mode: You can select radio mode of wireless router, it contains Access Point, Client,
AP+WDS and WDS. The default setting is AP mode.
MAC: Wireless router’s physical address.
SSID Broadcasting: You can select “enable” or “disable” to enable or disable the broadcast
SSID function, If the setting of this field is disable, wireless client can’t obtain this SSID to
login in, then user have to input the SSID value manually.
Channel width: This switch allows you to set Router's wireless bandwidth.20MHz: In this
mode you can get low bandwidth, little interference and slow rate. 40MHz: In this mode
you can get high bandwidth, high interference and rapid rate.Use only when you have a
pure router,draft 802.11n wireless network.
Channel sideband: It controls your wireless router use higher or lower channel when
working on 40MHz.
Region: please select the region where you live in.
Channel: In 20MHz,you can select one channel from 1 to 13 manually, and in 40MHz,
you can select one channel from 1 to 9 or 5 to 13, which provides a choice of avoiding
interference.
4.5.2.
Wireless Security
The item allows you to encrypt your wireless communication, and you can also protect your
wireless network from unauthorized user access. It supplies “None”, “WEP”,“WPA-PSK”,
“WPA2-PSK”and “WPA/WPA2-PSK” five different encryption modes.
4.5.2.1.
None
“None” means do not encrypt wireless data.
Figure 4-25
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4.5.2.2.
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Figure 4-26
Key Length: There are two basic levels of WEP encryption, 64 bits and 128 bits, the
more bits password have, the better security wireless network is, at the same time the
speed of wireless is more slower.
Key Mode: If you select WEP to encrypt your data, choose the bits of password, it should
be 64 bits or 128 bits. Then choose the format of password; it should be HEX or ASCII.
The valid character for HEX format should be numbers from 0 to 9 and letters from A to
F. HEX support mixed letter and number mode. And ASCII supports all characters that in
keyboard.
Key Length description: When you select 64bits, you need to input 10 chars for HEX and
5 chars for ASCII, and when you select 128bits, you need to input 26 chars for HEX and
13 chars for ASCII.
Note: When the WPS is enabled, please not use WEP.
4.5.2.3.
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WEP
WPA-PSK
Figure 4-27
Encryption type: You can select the algorithm you want to use, TKIP, AES or
TKIP&AES. TKIP means “Temporal Key Integrity Protocol”, which incorporates
Message Integrity Code (MIC) to provide protection against hackers. AES, means
“Advanced Encryption System”, which utilizes a symmetric 128-Bit block data.
Key Renewal: you can configure the renewal time between 60 to 86400 seconds.
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Key Length description: you need to input 8 to 63 ASCII characters no matter which type
you select.
4.5.2.4.
WPA2-PSK
The WPA2-PSK is similar to WPA-PSK and with stronger encryption method than WPA-PSK,
using WPA2-PSK; you should input password (leave this value in the range of 8 to 63
characters) and key renewal time (leave this value in the range of 60 to 86400 seconds).
Figure 4-28
4.5.2.5.
WPA/WPA2-PSK
This item mixed WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK mode, which provides higher security level; you
can configure it according with WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK.
Figure 4-29
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4.5.3.
Wireless MAC Filtering
Figure 4-30
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MAC Filter Status: the default is disable. You can filter wired users by enabling this
function; thus unauthorized users can not access the network.
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Description: describe MAC Filter list to tell from different MAC Filter lists.
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Rule: you can select permit or deny. The default is permit.
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MAC address: input the MAC address that you want to control. The default format is
**-**-**-**-**-**(e.g.: 00-22-33-da-cc-bb).
Follow the following steps to set MAC filter:
1. Enable MAC Filter, then select save.
2. Add MAC address you want to control in the “MAC address” field (the format is
**-**-**-**-**-**), then click “Add” button, and you will see the MAC address has displayed
in the MAC list.
3. There are two items supplied, “Permit wireless connection for MAC address listed (others
are Denied)” and “Deny wireless connection for MAC address listed (others are Permitted)”,
Select the item you want, and click “Save” button.
4.5.4.
WDS Settings
If you have selected WDS or AP+WDS mode in Wireless Basic-Radio Mode, please do the
following configurations.
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Figure 4-2
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WDS Name: Give a description of your wireless bridge to tell apart.

WDS MAC Address: If the current working mode is “WDS” or “AP+WDS”, then you
need to configure wireless bridge configuration. Enter MAC address of remote access
point, at the same time the remote access point also need to configure to “WDS”
or ”AP+WDS” mode.
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Current WDS Information: It illustrates basic information of all wireless bridge that in
connection status, you may delete unnecessary bridge.
E.g.: If you want setup WDS connection between the AP that the MAC address is
00-22-4f-cc-ae-f5 (we call it AP1) and the AP that the MAC address is 00-22-4f-bc-af-5d (we
call it AP2), please follow the next steps:
1. Select radio mode is WDS in wireless management-basic of AP1.
2. Input WDS name (e.g.: default), input MAC address of AP2 (00-22-4f-bc-af-5d), click add,
then the record named default will appears in WDS list.
3. We can also select radio mode is WDS in wireless management-basic of AP2.
4. Input WDS name (e.g.: Default), input MAC address of AP1 (00-22-4f-cc-ae-f5), click add,
then the record named Default will appears in WDS list.
Note: Before you setup WDS connection, please make sure that AP1 and AP2 is in the same
network, that is if the IP address of AP1 is 192.168.1.1, then the IP address of AP2 should be
192.168.1.x (1<x<255,e.g.: x=8).
4.5.5.
Wireless Advanced
These settings are only for more technically advanced users who have a sufficient knowledge
about wireless LAN. These settings should not be changed unless you know what effect the
change will have on your AP.
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Figure 4-32
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Authentications type: The default is set to “Auto”, which allows “Open System” or
“Shared Key” authentication to be used. Select “Shared Key” if you only want to use
“Shared Key” authentication (the sender and recipient use a WEP key for authentication).

Beacon Interval: The interval time of this 150Mbps Wireless-N Long Distance
Broadband Router broadcast a beacon. Beacon is used to synchronize the wireless
network.The valid interval is 20-1000, the default is 100.
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RTS Threshold: You can set RTS Threshold value in this field, the valid range should be
256-2347 and default value is 2347. If a network packet is smaller than the preset RTS
threshold size, the RTS/CTS mechanism will not be enabled.
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Aggregation: You can accelerate the wireless transmission speed by enabling the
aggregation function. The default is AMPDU+AMSDU.
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Fragmentation Threshold: It specifies the maximum size of packet during the
fragmentation of data to be transmitted.
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Transmission Rate: Transmit rate indicates the transmission speed of wireless LAN
access .The default setting is “Auto” and you can set this value between 1-54Mbps range.
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ShortGi: You can select “Enable” or “disable” for shortgi.
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Protection: Using 802.11b and 802.11g mixed mode may result in poor network
performance. By enabling 802.11 protection, it will ameliorate performance of 802.11g
devices in your wireless network.
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Preamble Type: "Short Preamble" is suitable for heavy traffic wireless network. "Long
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Preamble" provides much communication reliability; the default setting is "Long
Preamble”.
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High Power :Enhanced signal booster increase coverage up to 4X than standard wireless
N router .
4.5.6.
Wireless Statistics
Display current status of the wireless client associate with AP.
Figure 4-32
4.5.7.
Multiple AP Settings
The default status of secondary AP is disable, you can select enable to enable the secondary
AP. Please refer to Quick SetupWireless Security and Wireless Statisticsfor details.
Figure 4-33
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4.6. DHCP
4.6.1.
DHCP Settings
Figure 4-34
4.6.2.
DHCP Clients List
Display the state of assigned IP by DHCP Server.
Figure 4-35
4.6.3.
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Address Reservation
Figure 4-36
Address Reservation: reserve IP address for designed physical address host. If you want
to configure a fixed IP address for some host, please input physical address and IP
address, then click add.
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4.7. Forwarding
4.7.1.
Virtual Servers
Figure 4-37
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Description: Describe current virtual server item.
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Internal Host IP Address: The “Internal Host IP Address” indicates IP address of the
internal host using virtual server.
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Protocol: The protocol item supplies several protocols. For example, if you have web
server within LAN, you can select the HTTP template then the router will input port
number 80 automatically.
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External Port: Input an extranet port number(the users in Internet can see these ports).
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Internal Port: Input an intranet port number.
4.7.2.
Port Triggering
Port trigger module dynamically registers virtual server rules when any IP host generates the
packet from the specified trigger protocol and port.Port trigger module use forward protocol
type and port number and use the IPaddress of host that generates the trigger packet when it
registers a rule.
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Figure 4-38
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Predefined Trigger Rules: select one of the Predefined Rules.
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Rule Name: describe one Predefined Trigger that you will configure.
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Trigger Protocol: you can select TCP/UDP.
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Trigger Port: you can select a part of ports.
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Forward Protocol: you can select TCP/UDP.
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Forward Port: you can select a part of ports.
4.7.3.
DMZ
DMZ opens all the ports of one computer, exposing the computer to the Internet. So it should
only be used for some special-purpose, especial for Internet online games. Using this function
you can select“DMZ” item and input IP address of DMZ host, then click “Save”. For the
purpose of security, we suggested that using “Virtual servicer” instead of “DMZ”.
Figure 4-39
4.7.4.
UPnP
The UPnP function supports load Application’s port forward record automatically. Select
“Enable” to enable this function.
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Figure 4-40
4.7.5.
FTP Private Port
Some games, servers, and applications (such as BT, QQ video, Edunkey, Web server) are no
longer effect when behind the NAT router, so this item provides function of port mapping from
LAN to WAN.
Figure 4-41
4.8. Security
4.8.1.
Security Settings
VPN is commonly used for encapsulate and encrypt data across the public network. For VPN
tunnel, the router supports IPSEC pass-through, PPTP pass-through and L2TP pass-through.
Figure 4-42
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4.8.2.
IP Address Filtering
Figure 4-43
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Status: the default is disable. The rules of “Internet access control” based on source IP,
port number and protocol.
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Description: describe IP Firewall list to tell from different IP Firewall lists.
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Rule: you can select permit or deny. The default is permit.
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Source IP address: input the source IP address that you want to control. The default
format is ***.***.***.***(e.g: 192.168.2.3).
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Protocol and Port: If the rule has already existed in “Protocol Template”. You can select
appropriate item and apply it. Or you can input protocol type and port number manually,
click “add” button, then the item will displayed in the list.
Follow the following steps to set Internet Access Control:
1. You can select “enable” and click “Save” to enable “IP Firewall” function. This is only the
first step; you should continue to create appropriate rules for “IP Firewall”.
2. Input description information for current access control rule in the “Description” field. Input
IP address of host you want to restrict.
3. There are two items supplied, “Permit through the router for IP address listed, others are
denied” and “Denythrough the router for IP address listed, others are permitted”, Select the
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item you want, and click “Save” button.
4. If you want to delete certain item on the list, select appropriate item on the list, click “delete”
to delete it.
4.8.3.
MAC Filtering
Figure 4-44
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Status: the default is disable. You can filter wired users by enabling this function; thus
unauthorized users can not access the network.

Description: describe MAC Filter list to tell from different MAC Filter lists

Rule: you can select permit or deny. The default is permit

MAC address: input the MAC address that you want to control. The default format is
**-**-**-**-**-**(e.g.: 00-22-33-da-cc-bb)
Follow the following steps to set MAC filter:
1. Enable MAC Filter, then select save.
2. Add MAC address you want to control in the “MAC address” field (the format is
**-**-**-**-**-**), then click “Add” button, and you will see the MAC address has displayed
in the MAC list.
3. There are two items supplied, “Permit wireless connection for MAC address listed (others
are Denied)” and “Deny wireless connection for MAC address listed (others are Permitted)”,
Select the item you want, and click “Save” button.
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4.8.4.
Domain Filtering
Figure 4-45
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Status: the default is disable. “DNS filter”is able to filter certain domain name such as
www.sina.com.
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Rule: you can select permit or deny. The default is permit.
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DNS Filter Key words: Input website name or Domain name in the “DNS Key Words”
field, such as www.163.com.
Follow these steps to set DNS filter:
1. You can select “enable” and click “Save” to enable “DNS Filter” function. This is only the
first step, you should continued to create appropriate rules for “DNS Filter”.
2.InputDNS Filter Key words.
3. There are two items supplied, “Permit through the router for DNS Key words listed, others
are denied” and “Denythrough the router for DNS Key words listed, others are permitted”,
Select the item you want, and click “Save” button.
4. If you want to delete certain item on the list, select appropriate item on the list, click “delete”
to delete it.
4.9. Static Routing
Most of broadband router and wireless router are using NAT mode, so this feature is designed
for most common network environment.
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Figure 4-46
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Destination Network or IP Address: Specify a certain destination Network or IP address
which static route forward to.
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Subnet Mask: Subnet mask is used for distinguish Network portion and Host portion for an
IP address.
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Next-hop IP Address: This is an IP address of the next-hop device (and also is the gateway
address for local host) that allows forwarding data between router and remote network or
host.
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Routing Table: You can check out all current route items, click “delete” button to delete a
route item existed in routing table.
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4.10. QoS Settings
Figure 4-47
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Status: QOS switch.
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Automatic Uplink Speed: Router adjusts uplink bandwidth automatically.

Manual Uplink Speed (Kbps): User configures uplink bandwidth manually.
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IP Address:Set the IP address range for restricted hosts.
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Minimum bandwidth: setup uplink and downlink bandwidth.
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Maximum bandwidth: setup uplink and downlink bandwidth.
4.11. Dynamic DNS
The DDNS feature allows you using domain name (not IP address) to access Internet. Before
you can use this feature, you need to register an account for DDNS service at DDNS service
providers, such as “roay.cn”,”TZO.com”,”DynDNS”. For more information, you can visit
http://www.oray.net/Help.
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Figure 4-48
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DDNS Status: Current status of DDNS server.
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DDNS Server Provider: For example, if you want to use service of “roay.cn”, you have to
first register and accounts for it. Other DDNS service providers as the same.
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Username, Password, Dynamic Domain Name: After register an DDNS account from
DDNS service providers, you will get “User Name”, “Password”,”Dynamic Domain
Name”, Input information in appropriate field.
4.12. System Tools
System management includes password setup, web Setup, upgrade, reboot, restore, WOL and
System time.
4.12.1. Firmware
Click "Browse..."button and select a File to upgrade, after you have selected the appropriate file,
click "Upgrade" button to execute upgrade procedure. Do not cut off the power supply during
the process of upgrading.
Figure 4-49
4.12.2. Time Settings
You can choose the time server and the time zone for the system time.
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Figure 4-50
4.12.3. Password
To ensure the Router’s security, it is suggested that you change the default password to one of
your choice, here enter a new password and then Re-enter it again to confirm your new
password. Click “Save” button to save settings.
Figure 4-51
4.12.4. WOL
Input host MAC address,and then click button of "Wake up" to wake up the target host which in
the LAN.
Figure 4-52
4.12.5. System Logs
Examine system logs.You can configure items shown in one Page, the default is 10.
Figure 4-53
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4.12.6. Conencetion Logs
Examine Connection logs.You can configure items shown in one Page, the default is 10.
Figure 4-54
4.12.7. Remote Management
WEB Management Status: the default is disable. Router can be accessed on the remote site
using “Web setup”.Check the “Management Port”and enter the port number and then press
“save” button to enable web management.
Figure 4-55
4.12.8. Factory Defaults
Click "Restore" button, the Router will erase all of your settings and replace them with the
factory defaults, make sure you have backup current settings before click this button.
Figure 4-56
4.12.9. Reboot
Click“Reboot” button to restart the router.
Figure 4-57
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4.13. About
Figure 4-58
Thank you for your support.
5. Troubleshooting
1. I cannot access the Web-based Configuration Utility from the Ethernet computer used
to configure the router.
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Check that the LAN LED is on. If the LED is not on, verify that the cable for the LAN
connection is firmly connected.
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Check whether the computer resides on the same subnet with the router’s LAN IP address.

If the computer acts as a DHCP client, check whether the computer has been assigned an
IP address from the DHCP server. If not, you will need to renew the IP address.

Use the ping command to ping the router’s LAN IP address to verify the connection.

Make sure your browser is not configured to use a proxy server.

Check that the IP address you entered is correct. If the router’s LAN IP address has been
changed, you should enter the reassigned IP address instead.
2. I forget Password (Reset the Router without Login)

Use a pencil to press the button for about 2-6 seconds when it is working, then leave your
hands, it will restore settings to the factory configuration. The default password is guest.
3. I have some problems related to Connection with Cable Modem
Please follow the following steps to check the problems:

Check whether the DSL modem works well or the signal is stable. Normally there will be
some indicator lights on the modem, users can check whether the signal is ok or the
modem works well from those lights. If not, please contact the ISP.

Check the front panel of the Router, there are also some indicator lights there. When the
physical connection is correct, the Power light and the CPU light should be solid; the
WAN light should be blinking. If you use your computer, the corresponding LAN port
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light should be blinking too. If not, please check whether the cables work or not.

Repeat the steps in WAN Setup Connect with Internet through DSL Modem.
4. I can browse the router’s Web-based Configuration Utility but cannot access the
Internet.

Check if the WAN LED is ON. If not, verify that the physical connection between the
router and the DSL/Cable modem is firmly connected. Also ensure the DSL/Cable modem
is working properly.

If WAN LED is ON, open the System Overview page of the Web configuration utility and
check the status group to see if the router’ s WAN port has successfully obtained an IP
address.

Make sure you are using the correction method (Dynamic IP Address, PPPoE, or Static IP)
as required by the ISP. Also ensure you have entered the correct settings provided by the
ISP.

For cable users, if your ISP requires a registered Ethernet card MAC address, make sure
you have cloned the network adapter’ s MAC address to the WAN port of the router. (See
the MAC Address field in WAN Setup.)
5. My wireless client cannot communicate with another Ethernet computer.

Ensure the wireless adapter functions properly. You may open the Device Manager in
Windows to see if the adapter is properly installed.

Make sure the wireless client uses the same SSID and security settings (if enabled) as the
150Mbps Wireless-N Long Distance Broadband Router.

Ensure that the wireless adapter’s TCP/IP settings are correct as required by your network
administrator.

If you are using a 802.11b wireless adapter, and check that the 802.11G Mode item in
Wireless Basic Setting page, is not configured to use 802.11G Performance.

Use the ping command to verify that the wireless client is able to communicate with the
router’s LAN port and with the remote computer. If the wireless client can successfully
ping the router’ s LAN port but fails to ping the remote computer, then verify the TCP/IP
settings of the remote computer.
6.I don’t know how to use the router in different modes.
You can select radio mode of wireless routerin“wireless”—“wireless settings”, it contains
Access Point, WDS,AP+WDS,Client, and Repeater.
AP: The default setting is AP mode,at this point the router can be used as wired and wireless
signal converter,In this mode, you can use wireless access instead of cable access.
 Most connections utilize a dynamic ip (DHCP) and the default is already set to this .If you
have another connection type (like static User),you will need to click on “Quick Setup” in
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the menu and input information given you by your service provider and then click save .
WDS:If you are using this router to spread the wireless coverage of another router,or to
spread the coverage to another router,you can use WDS mode.
 You can configure the routerfollowing the steps in 4.5.4.
AP+WDS:You can bridge two LAN or two computers via two AP, the wireless signal
will be amplified and transmitted at the same time.

You can configure the router following the steps in 4.5.4.
Client: In this mode,the router function is approximately equal to a wireless adapter,you
can make a wireless connection to the internet.
 Attach one end of an Ethernet cable to your computer’s port,and the other end to one of the
LAN ports of your router.
 Configure Your Computer
 Select “wireless”-“wireless settings”, select the client mode, click on “AP scan” and you
will see a new window options, select the AP you want to connect to, and click the
“connect” button below.
 If your AP is notencrypted, click “save” and reboot the router.
 If your AP is encrypted, select “wireless security” and input the key in this interface, then
click on “save” and reboot the router.
Repeater:
In this mode, it’s an electronic device that amplifies a signal before
transmitting it again; it can be used in computer networks to extend transmitting distances.
 Attach one end of an Ethernet cable to your computer’s port,and the other end to one of the
LAN ports of your router.
 Configure Your Computer according to the QIG
 Select “wireless”-“wireless settings”, select the repeater mode, input the Repeater
SSID,then click the “AP Scan”and you will see a new window options, select the AP you
want to connect to, and click the “connect” button below.
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