BEC 3200G - RT Communications
BiPAC 3200G
802.11g Broadband Firewall Router
User Manual
FCC Certifications
Federal Communication Commission Interference 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 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.
This device 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.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
operate this equipment.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for
an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and
operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with
any other antenna or transmitter.
IEEE 802.11b or 802.11g operation of this product in the U.S.A. is
firmware-limited to channels 1 through 11.
CE Mark Warning
This equipment complies with the requirements relating to
electromagnetic compatibility, EN 55022 class B for ITE, the
essential protection requirement of Council Directive 89/336/EEC
on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to
electromagnetic compatibility.
Company has an on-going policy of upgrading its products and it
may be possible that information in this document is not up-to-date.
Please check with your local distributors for the latest information.
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Table of Contents
Unpacking Information ············································································· 1
Introduction To Wireless Router ······························································ 2
General Description ················································································· 2
Key Features ························································································· 3
The Front Panel ······················································································ 4
System LEDs ················································································· 4
Port LEDs (Wireless) ······································································· 4
Port LEDs (WAN) ············································································ 4
Port LEDs (LAN) ············································································· 5
The Rear Panel ······················································································ 5
Power Connection ··········································································· 5
Placement (Optional) ······································································· 5
Restore Default Button ····································································· 6
Installing And Using Wireless Router ······················································ 7
Network configuration setup ··································································· 7
Computer configuration setup································································· 8
Management ··························································································· 10
Wireless Router configuration setup······················································ 10
Setup Wizard ····················································································· 12
Operation Mode·················································································· 16
Wireless ···························································································· 17
Basic Settings············································································· 17
Advanced Settings ······································································ 19
Security ····················································································· 21
Access Control ··········································································· 23
WDS Setting··············································································· 24
TCP/IP Setting···················································································· 25
LAN Interface Setup ···································································· 25
WAN Interface Setup··································································· 26
Static IP Mode···························································································· 26
Firewall Configuration····································································· 31
Port Filtering··············································································· 31
IP filtering··················································································· 32
MAC filtering··············································································· 33
Port forwarding ··········································································· 34
URL Filtering ·············································································· 35
Virtual DMZ ················································································ 36
Management ······················································································ 37
Status························································································ 37
Statistics ···················································································· 39
DDNS························································································ 39
Time Zone Setting······································································· 40
System Log ················································································ 40
Upgrade Firmware ······································································ 41
Save and Reload Settings···························································· 42
Password··················································································· 42
Product Specifications ··········································································· 43
Unpacking Information
Thank you for purchasing the product. Before you start, please check all the contents
of this package.
The product package should include the following:
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One Wireless Router
One power adapter
One User Manual (CD)
One detachable antenna
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Introduction To Wireless Router
General Description
The Wireless Router built-in with 4-port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Switch is
the latest generation of Wireless router product for Home/Office and SOHO users.
This full-feature and self-contained compact Wireless Router will be fully for
broadband access in both of LAN and Wireless environment. This device has
been specifically designed to provide LAN and Wireless users the most
cost-effective method with multiple accesses to the Internet at the cost of a single
public IP address(IP Sharing)and enjoy the true Plug-and-Play installation.
Moreover, the built-in 4-port 10/100Mbps switch lets users plug the network cable
into the device without buying additional switch.
This device is also an Access Point. It has a built-in wireless LAN. Users
can connect to Internet using wireless network interfaces anywhere within the
range of its radio transmission. It’s ideal for SOHO users who require instant and
convenient access to Internet without the restriction of connecting cables.
The friendly WEB-based graphics interface for setup makes any
inexperienced users soon enter plug-and–play operation. Embedded DHCP
server simplified IP address management and no MIS people needed for daily
technical services. What is more, NAT/firewall is also implemented on this
compact Router Box for protecting whole LAN from outside attack.
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Key Features
The switch provides the following key features:
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Complies with IEEE 802.11b/g wireless standards
Provides one 802.11b/g wireless Reverse SMA detachable antenna
High speed transfer data rate up to 54Mbps
Supports turbo mode for 72Mbps data transfer
Supports wireless data encryption with 64/128-bit WEP, WPA (TKIP with IEEE
802.1x), WPA2 and AES functions
Supports system log
Supports authentication for wireless connectivity based on ESSID
Provides MAC access control and hidden SSID function
WDS supported with WEP, TKIP and AES encryption
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Supports NAT/NAPT IP Sharing
Supports Static IP, PPPoE, PPTP, & DHCP client
SPI Anti-DoS Firewall; Virtual DMZ; DNS relay; UPnP
Provides DHCP server
Supports ALG for FTP, NetMeeting, DDNS (DynDNS, TZO)
Supports firmware upgrade function via Web
Compliant with FCC Part 15.247 for US, ETS 300 328 for Europe
Flash : 2MB NOR type, SDRAM : 8MB
Certifications : FCC Class B, CE Mark
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The Front Panel
The front panel of the Wireless Router is shown below.
System LEDs
System LED indicators locate on the front panel for showing the operating
status of the whole device.
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PWR (Power) LED
This indicator lights green when the Wireless Router is receiving power;
otherwise, it is off.
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Status LED
The LED will be dark for a few seconds when the system is started.
After that, the LED will blink periodically to show the Wireless Router
is working normally. If the LED stays green/dark that means the
system failed, you need to contact your agent or try to reboot the
system.
Port LEDs (Wireless)
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ACT LED
I.
When Wireless AP is ready for data transmitting and receiving,
it is steady green.
II. When the data is transmitting or receiving, it is blinking green.
Port LEDs (WAN)
Port LED (WAN)
indicators locate on the front
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panel for showing the operating status of WAN port.
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Act/Link LED
The LED stays light (green) means the port has good linkage
to its associated devices.
The LED will blink green when there is traffic transverse the port.
Port LEDs (LAN)
Port LEDs (LAN) indicators locate on the front panel for showing the
operating status of 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet switching ports.
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Act/Link LED
Every port has a Act/Link LED. Steady green (link state) indicates
that the port has good linkage to its associated devices. Flashing
green indicates that the port is receiving or transmitting data between
its associated devices.
The Rear Panel
The rear panel of the Wireless Router is shown below
Power Connection
Plug the circle end of the power adapter firmly into the rear panel of the
Wireless Router, and the other end put into an electric service outlet then the
system is ready.
Placement (Optional)
There are three ways to place the Router. The first way is to place the Router horizontally
on a surface. The second way is to attach the router to the wall. The third way is to stand
the Router vertically on a surface. These options are explained in further detail below.
Desktop Option
1. The Router has one
plastic stand that can be
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divided into two parts.
2. Combine one part of stand with the side of router.
3. Do the same with the second part.
4. Place the Router
Wall-mount option
Before attach this router on the wall, you have to finish the desktop option steps first.
1. Select a location with access for cables and a power outlet.
2. Unplug the unit. Place it upside down on a flat surface and mark the two holes for
anchors.
3. Installing the Wall mount anchor (plastic) into the wall with tools such as drill or
hammer.
4. Insert the provided screws in each hole of the stand parts.
5. Attaches the unit to the anchors on the wall.
Stand Option
1. The Router includes two stand parts.
2. Combine two parts into one stand. Combine it with the side of router near the power
port. Push the stand up to snap it into place.
3. Place the Router.
Restore Default Button
1.
2.
Push the button for more than 5 seconds and then release it, the
system will return to factory default setting. In the meantime, system
rewrites flash to default value and Status LED halts for a while.
Approximately 60 seconds later, the Status LED blinks green
periodically, now the whole system parameters have returned to
factory default value. If the process has been interrupted by any
reason (power off…), the system will fail. Before performing the
process, ensure a safe operating environment please!
To reboot the Router, Press the button for 2-5 seconds and then
release it, and all the setting won’t be erased. Wait for the Router to
complete the reboot, and then you can start to use it.
Warning:Incomplete factory setting recovery procedure will cause the
Wireless Router malfunction!If you are unfortunately in this
situation, do not try to repair it by yourself. Consult your local
distributor for help!
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Installing And Using Wireless Router
This Chapter provides a step-by-step guide to the installation and configuration
of the Wireless Router. We suggest you go over the whole chapter and then do
more advanced operation.
Network configuration setup
Steps to build up the network:
¾ Connect the ADSL or Cable modem to the Ethernet WAN port on the back of
the Wireless Router by using the UTP cable.
¾ Connect the phone line from the wall socket to the line-in port on the ADSL
modem, or the coaxial cable to the line-in port on the Cable modem.
¾ Plug-in the power adapter to the modem and turn on the power. Install the
Ethernet card into the computer by referring to the User Guide that came with
the card.
¾ Connect the computer to the Wireless Router by using standard twisted-pair
Ethernet cable from the computer’s Ethernet card to an 10/100Mbps Ethernet
port on the back of the Wireless Router.
¾ Plug-in the power adapter to the Router and the other side to the wall outlet.
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Computer configuration setup
In order to communicate with this Wireless Router, you have to configure the IP
addresses of your computer to be compatible with the device. The router supports
DHCP server and it is enabled as default. Users that configure your IP address as
“Obtain an IP address automatically” may skip the following IP configuration
instruction.
Note:
1.
The default network setting of the device:
IP address:
192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
DHCP Server: enabled
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3.
In the following TCP/IP configuration guide, the IP address “192.168.1.2 ” is
assumed to be your IP address if you want to specify IP addresses manually.
Please DO NOT choose 192.168.1.1 for the IP address (192.168.1.1) has been
set as the default IP for this device.
The following TCP/IP configuration guide uses windows XP as the presumed
operation system.
Procedures to configure IP addresses for your computer
1. If you are in Classic Start menu view, click StartÆSettingsÆControl
PanelÆNetwork Connections.
If you are in Start menu view, click StartÆControl PanelÆ Network Connections.
2. Double click “Local Area Connection”
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3. Choose Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties.
4. You may choose “Obtain an IP address automatically”(recommend) to get IP address
automatically or choose “Use the following IP address” to specify IP addresses manually.
Please click the OK button after your configuration.
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Management
Wireless Router configuration setup
In order to make the whole network operate successfully, it is necessary to
configure the Wireless Router through your computer has a WEB browser
installed. Please follow up the steps listed below.
1. Double click the Internet WEB browser icon on your desktop screen
(Netscape Communicator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 3.0 or update version)
2. Type 192.168.1.1 into the URL WEB address location and press Enter.
3. The Username and Password Required window appears.
- Enter admin in the User Name location (default value).
- Enter admin in the Password location (default value).
- Click “OK” button
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4. The Graphic User Interaface
After the password authorization, the Setup Wizard shows up as the home page of
the Graphic User interface. You may click on each folder on left column of each page
to get access to each configuration page.
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Setup Wizard
If you are using the router for the first time, you may follow the procedures of the setup
wizard to do a step-by-step configuration.
Note: The following instruction does an overall introduction to the Setup Wizard. For detail
information to each item, please refer to instruction of each page.
1.
To start the Setup Wizard, click the “Next” button to proceed.
2.
Select your demanding operation mode and click “Next”.
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3.
Mark the check box to enable synchronizing time by NTP server. Select the religion
you live and a NTP server by clicking the drop list then click “Next”.
4.
Specify an IP address and subnet mask for connecting to the router in LAN.
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5.
Select a WAN access type for the router to connect to Internet. Fill in the parameters
that required in each blank, and then click the “Next” button. You may get those
parameters from your ISP.
6.
Select the wireless parameters that are used for associating with this router and click
“Next”
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7.
Click the drop list to select the encryption type for your wireless network. Fill in the
parameters for the encryption type you select and click finish to complete
configuration.
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Operation Mode
To select an operation mode for this router, click on the mode that you want to perform and
click the
button to execute.
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Wireless
Wireless Access Point builds a wireless LAN and can let all PCs equipped with
IEEE802.11b/g wireless network adaptor connect to your Intranet. It supports
WEP encryption and MAC address filter to enhance the security of your wireless
network.
Basic Settings
You can set up the configuration of your Wireless and monitor the
Wireless Clients associate with your AP.
Configuration
Disable Wireless LAN To Disable interface of Wireless LAN
Interface
Band
To select a band for this device to match 802.11b,
Mode
SSID
Country
Associated Clients
Enable Universal
Repeater Mode
SSID of Extended
Interface
802.11g or both.
Configure this device as AP, WDS or both.
The name of the wireless network
Select the region you live.
Click "Show Active Clients" button, then an "Active
Wireless Client Table" will pop up. You can see the
status of all active wireless stations that are connecting
to the access point.
Mark this checkbox to enable Universal Repeater Mode
which acts this device as an AP and client
simultaneously.
While you enable the Universal Repeater Mode, you
have to specify an SSID for the extended interface.
Click <Apply changes> button at the bottom of the screen to save the
above configurations. You can now configure other advance sections or
start using the router (with the advance settings in place)
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Active Wireless Client Table
This is the window that pops up after clicking the “Show Active Clients”
button.
MAC Address
MAC address of this active wireless station.
Tx Packet
The number of transmitted packets that are sent out
from this active wireless station.
Rx Packet
The number of received packets that are received by
this active wireless station.
TX Rate
The transmission rate
Power Saving
Shows if the wireless client is in Power Saving mode
Expired Time
This is the time in second before dissociation. If the
wireless keeps idle longer than the expired time, this
wireless router will dissociate it. The wireless client
station has to associate again when it is active.
Refresh
Refresh the "Active Wireless Client Table".
Close
Close the "Active Wireless Client Table".
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Advanced Settings
You can set advanced wireless LAN parameters of this router. The
parameters include Authentication Type, Fragment Threshold, RTS
Threshold, Beacon Interval, Data Rate, Preamble Type, Broadcast SSID,
IAPP and 802.11g Protection. We recommend not changing these
parameters unless you know what changes will be there on this router.
Configuration
Wireless AP can associate with this
Open System
wireless router without WEP
mode
encryption.
Authentication Shared Key
Type
mode
The wireless client can associate
with this wireless router by using
any one of these two Modes.
Auto
Fragment
Threshold
You should also setup WEP key in
the "Security" page and wireless
AP associating with this wireless
router should use WEP encryption
in the authentication phase.
To specifies the maximum size of packet during the
data transition. The lower values you set, the worst
performance it will be.
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RTS
Threshold
If the packet size is smaller the RTS threshold, the
wireless router will not send this packet by using the
RTS/CTS mechanism.
Beacon
Interval
The period of time how long a beacon is
broadcasted.
Data Rate
The "Data Rate" is the data packets limitation this
wireless router can transmit. The wireless router will
use the highest possible selected transmission rate
to transmit the data packets.
Preamble
Type
It defines the length of CRC block in the frames
during the wireless communication. "Short
Preamble" is suitable for heavy traffic wireless
network. "Long Preamble" provides much
communication reliability
Broadcast
SSID
If you enable "Broadcast SSID", every wireless
station located within the coverage of this wireless
router can discover this wireless router easily. If you
are building a public wireless network, enabling this
feature is recommended. Disabling "Broadcast
SSID" can provide better security.
IAPP
To enables multiple AP to communicate and pass
information regarding the location of associated
Stations.
802.11g
Protection
Some 802.11g wireless adapters support 802.11g
protection, which allows the adapters searches for
802.11g singles only. Select the “Disabled” to
disable supporting 802.11g protection or select
“enable” to support this function.
RF Output
power
Select the RF (Radio Frequency) power. The RF
output power has positive correlation with signal
strength.
Turbo Mode
Some of our wireless adapters supports turbo
mode, which provides a better connection quality.
Select “Always” to support turbo mode or select “off”
to turn it off . Select “Auto” turns it on or off
automatically.
Click the <Apply Changes> button at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations.
You can now configure other advance sections or start using the router.
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Security
At the page, you can set up the WEP, WPA Encryption to ensure the
security of your Wireless.
Configuration
Encryption
To enable WEP, WPA, WPA2 and WPA2
Mixed encryption modes, select the option in
the drop list. If you select none, any data will
be transmitted without Encryption and any
station can access the router.
Use 802.1x Authentication To enable the 802.1x, Click the check box of
the item.
WPA Authentication Mode There are two items, “Enterprise
(WPA-Radius)” and “Personal (Pre-Shared
Key)”. You can select the mode by clicking
the item.
WPA Cipher Suite
Select the WPA Cipher Suite to be TKIP or
AES
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WPA2 Cipher Suite
Select the WPA2 Cipher Suite to be TKIP or
AES
Pre-Shared key Format
To decide the format, select what you need in
the drop list.
Pre-shared Key
Enter the Pre-shared Key according to the
pre-shared key format you select.
Enable Pre-Authenticatio You can mark this checkbox to enable
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Pre-authentication after selecting Enterprise
(RADIUS) WPA 2 authentication mode
Authentication RADIUS
Sever
If you use RADIUS Sever to ensure your
security, you have to set up the parameters in
the item. To set up the Port, IP address and
Password of your RADIUS, Enter the Port
Number, IP and Password.
Click <Apply Change> at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations. You
can now configure other advance sections or start using the router.
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Access Control
To restrict the Number of Access authentication of Stations, Set up the
control list in this page.
Configuration
Wireless Access Click on the drop list to choose the access
control mode. You may select “Allow listed” to
Control Mode
allow those allowed MAC addresses or select
“Deny Listed” to ban those MAC addresses from
accessing to this device.
MAC Address & To set up the Value of MAC Address &
Comment; enter the MAC Address and
Comment
Comment of station and click Apply Changes to
save.
To Delete the station on the list, Click the check
box in the select item and click the “Delete
Selected”. If you want to delete all stations on
the list, click “Delete All” to remove all of them.
Click <Apply Change> button to save the above configurations. You can
now configure other advance sections or start using the router.
Current Access
Control list
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WDS Setting
Wireless Distribution System allows the router to communicate with other
APs wirelessly. To make it work, you must ensure that these APs and the
Router are in the same Channel and add these APs MAC Address and
Comment values into the WDS list. Don’t Forget to Enable the WDS by
click the check box of “Enable WDS” and press “Apply Changes” button to
save.
To Delete the AP on the list, Click the check box in the select item and
click the “Delete Selected”. If you want to delete all APs on the list, click
“Delete All” to remove all of them.
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TCP/IP Setting
LAN Interface Setup
To set up the configuration of LAN interface, Private IP of you router LAN
Port and Subnet mask for your LAN segment.
Configuration
IP address
The IP of your Router LAN port (Default 192.168.1.1)
Subnet Mask Subnet Mask of you LAN (Default 255.255.255.0)
To give your LAN Client an IP, you have to enable
“DHCP Server”. If not, manual setting up your client IP
DHCP Server
is necessary when you want to use the router as your
client’s default gateway.
Specify the DHCP Client IP address range. You can
DHCP Client
also click the “Show Client” button to listed those
Range
connected DHCP clients.
802.1d
To prevent from network loops and preserve the
Spanning tree quality of bridged network
Enable UPnP
Mark this checkbox to allow this router to be
recognized by uPnP.
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WAN Interface Setup
This page allows users to configure those parameters for connecting to
Internet. You may select the WAN Access Type from the drop list and configure
parameters for each mode.
Static IP Mode
IP Address, Subnet Mask Fill in the IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway
and Default Gateway
that provided by your ISP.
DNS 1, 2 and 3
To specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
DHCP Client Mode
Attain DNS automatically: If your DNS provide by ISP is dynamic, choose
“Attain DNS automatically
Set DNS Manually
To specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
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PPPoE Mode
User Name, password
and service name
Connection Type
Idle Time:
MTU Size
Fill in the User Name, password and service name that
provided by your ISP.
“Continuous” is for Always keep connection
“Connect on demand” is for bill by connection time.
You can set up the Idle time for the value specifies the
number of time that elapses before the system
automatically disconnects the PPPoE session.
“Manual” To connect to ISP, click “Connect” manually
from the WEB user interface. The WAN connection will
not disconnected due to the idle timeout. If the WAN
line breaks down and latter links again, the router will
not auto-connect to the ISP.
The value specifies the number of idle time
that elapses before the system automatically
disconnects the PPPoE session.
To Enable the Maximum Transmission Unit of Router
setup. Any packet over this number will be chopped up
into suitable size before sending. Larger number will
enhance the transmission performance.
Enter your MTU number in the text-box to set the
limitation.
Attain DNS automatically:
If your DNS provide by ISP is dynamic, choose
“Attain DNS automatically
Set DNS Manually
To specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by
your ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
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PPTP Mode
IP Address, Subnet Mask, Fill in the IP address, Subnet Mask, Server IP Address,
Server IP Address, User User Name and password that provided by your ISP.
Name and Password
MTU Size
To Enable the Maximum Transmission Unit of Router
setup. Any packet over this number will be chopped up
into suitable size before sending. Larger number will
enhance the transmission performance.
Enter your MTU number in the text-box to set the
limitation.
Attain DNS automatically: If your DNS provide by ISP is dynamic, choose
“Attain DNS automatically
Set DNS Manually
To specify the DNS, and enter the DNS provided by your
ISP in DNS 1 2 3.
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Common configurations for WAN interface
There are some settings are able to be configured on each WAN access
types:
Enable Web Server Access
on WAN from port
Enable IPsec pass through
on VPN connection
Enable PPTP pass through
on VPN connection
Enable L2TP pass through
on VPN connection
Clone MAC Address
To Enable the user to access this Router through Internet,
Enter the specific IP and the port number
Mark the check box to enable IPsec pass through on VPN
connection and clear the checkbox to disable.
Mark the check box to enable PPTP pass through on
VPN connection and clear the checkbox to disable.
Mark the check box to enable L2TP pass through on VPN
connection and clear the checkbox to disable.
When ISP use MAC address authentication (with DHCP),
then the MAC address of the Ethernet card attached to
your Cable modem must be registered with the ISP
before connecting to the WAN (Internet). If the Ethernet
card is changed, the new MAC address must be
registered with the ISP.
MAC cloning feature allows the MAC address reported by
WAN side network interface card to be set to the MAC
address already registered with the ISP eliminating the
need to register the new MAC address with the ISP. This
feature does not change the actual MAC address on the
NIC, but instead changes the MAC address reported by
Wireless Router to client requests. To Change the MAC
address, enter it in the text box.
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Firewall Configuration
Port Filtering
The firewall could not only obstruct outside intruders from intruding
your system, but also restricting the LAN users.
Port Filtering To restrict certain type of data packets from your LAN to
Internet through the Router, add them on the Current Filtering Table.
Configuration
STEPS
1.
Click the check box of “Enable Port Filtering” to
enable the function.
2.
Enter the Port range (EX 25-110), Protocol
(UDP/TCP), and comment (EX. E-Mail)
3.
To Delete the Port range on the list, Click the check
box in the select item and click the “Delete Selected”.
If you want to delete all entries on the list, click
“Delete All” to remove all of them.
Click <Apply Change> at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations. You
can now configure other advance sections or start using the router.
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IP filtering
The Wireless Router could filter the outgoing packets for security or
management consideration. You can set up the filter against the IP
addresses to block specific internal users from accessing the
Internet.
Configuration
STEPS
1.
Click the check box of “Enable IP Filtering” to enable
the function.
2.
Enter the specific Local IP address (EX 10.10.3.9),
Protocol (UDP/TCP), and comment (EX. Peter)
3.
To Delete the IP address on the list, Click the check
box in the select item and click the “Delete Selected”.
If you want to delete all entries on the list, click
“Delete All” to remove all of them.
Click <Apply Change> at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations. You
can now configure other advance sections or start using the router.
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MAC filtering
The Wireless Router could filter the outgoing packets for security or
management consideration. You can set up the filter against the MAC
addresses to block specific internal users from accessing the
Internet.
Configuration
STEPS
1.
Click the check box of “Enable MAC Filtering” to
enable the function.
2.
Enter the specific MAC address (EX 00:0e:b6:a8:72),
and comment (EX. Peter)
3.
To Delete the MAC address on the list, Click the
check box in the select item and click the “Delete
Selected”. If you want to delete all Entries on the list,
click “Delete All” to remove all of them.
Click <Apply Change> at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations. You
can now configure other advance sections or start using the router.
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Port forwarding
The Port Forwarding allows you to re-direct a particular range of service
port numbers (from the Internet/WAN Ports) to a particular LAN IP
address. It helps you to host some servers behind the router NAT firewall.
Configuration
STEPS 1.
Click the check box of “Enable port forwarding” to
enable the function.
2.
Enter the specific IP address (EX 10.10.10.10),
Protocol (UDP/TCP), Port range (EX 25-110), and
comment (EX. E-Mail)
3.
To Delete the IP address on the table, Click the
check box in the select item and click the “Delete
Selected”. If you want to delete all Entries on the
table, click “Delete All” to remove all of them.
Click <Apply Change> at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations.
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URL Filtering
The URL Filter allows users to prevent certain URL from accessing by
users in LAN. This filter will block those URLs that contain certain
keywords.
Configuration
STEPS 1.
Click the check box of “Enable URL Filtering” to
enable the function.
2.
Enter the URL that is going to be banned.
3.
To Delete the URL on the table, Click the check box
in the select item and click the “Delete Selected”. If
you want to delete all URLs on the table, click
“Delete All” to remove all of them.
Click <Apply Change> at the bottom of the screen to save the above configurations.
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Virtual DMZ
The virtual DMZ is used to enable protocols, which need to open ports on
the router. The router will forward all unspecified incoming traffic to the
host specified in this page.
To configure it, enter the Host IP (private IP address) and Click “Apply
changes” to enact the setting.
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Management
Status
In the home page of the Wireless Router, the left navigation bar shows the
options to configure the system. In the right navigation screen is the
summary of system status for viewing the configurations.
z
System
Uptime
The period that you power the device on.
Firmware Version The version of the firmware applied on this device.
z
Wireless Configuration
Mode
The operation mode of the wireless router
Band
The performing band of this wireless router
SSID
The name of this wireless network
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Channel Number
The channel used by the wireless LAN. All
devices in the same wireless LAN should user
the same channel
Encryption
The security encryption status of this wireless
network
BSSID
The Basic Service Set Identity of this router.(This
parameter is the same as the MAC address of
LAN port)
Associated Clients The number of associated clients.
z
z
LAN Configuration
IP Address
IP Address of router
Subnet Mask
Subnet Mask of the router
DHCP Server
Enabled or Disable of DHCP
MAC Address
MAC Address of LAN-port
WAN Configuration
Attain IP Protocol Static IP address
IP Address
IP address of WAN-port
Subnet Mask
Subnet Mask of WAN-port
Default Gateway
Default Gateway of WAN-port
MAC Address
MAC Address of WAN-port
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Statistics
On this page, you can monitor the sent & received packets counters of
wireless, Ethernet LAN, and Ethernet WAN. To see the latest report, click
refresh button.
DDNS
This page allows users to connect to DDNS. To enable DDNS, Mark the
“Enable DDNS” checkbox. Select the service provider from the drop list. Fill
in domain name, username, and password. Click the “Apply Change” button
after configuration.
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Time Zone Setting
This page allows users to configure the time of the router. To specify
manually, fill in the blanks in “Current Time” and click the “Apply Change”
button. To synchronize time from a timeserver, please mark the “Enable NTP
client update” checkbox, select a NTP server from the drop list or manually
enter a NTP server. Click the “Apply Change” button after your configuration.
System Log
This System Log page shows the information of the current activities on
the router.
To enable system log function:
1. Mark the “Enable Log” checkbox.
2. To see all information of the system, select the “system all” checkbox.
To see wireless information only, select the “wireless” checkbox.
To sent the log information to a certain note, select the “Enable
Remote Log” checkbox and fill in the IP address in the “Log Server IP
Address” box.
3. Click the “Apply Changes” button to activate
You could also click the “Refresh” button to refresh the log information or click
the “clear” button to clean the log table.
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Upgrade Firmware
To Upgrade Firmware,
STEPS
1.
Click “browse…” button to select the firmware you
want to upgrade.
2.
Click Upload to start the upgrade process. Please
don’t close the WEB-browser and wait for process
to complete. When Upgrade is completed, you
can start to use the router.
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Save and Reload Settings
To save setting to file, click “Save...” button.
To load setting from file,
1. Click “Browse…” on the to select the file
2. Click upload to start the process and wait for it to complete
To reset setting to Default, click reset to start the process and it will be
completed till the status LED start blinking.
Password
To set up the Administrator Account information, enter the Username, New
password, and reenter the password on the text box. Don’t forget to click the
“Apply Changes” to save the configuration.
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Product Specifications
IEEE802.3, 10BASE-T
IEEE802.3u, 100BASE-TX
Standard
IEEE802.3x full duplex operation and flow control
IEEE802.11b wireless LAN infrastructure
IEEE802.11g wireless LAN infrastructure
1 * WAN port
Interface
4 * 10/100 RJ-45 Fast Ethernet switching ports
Antenna: 802.11b/g wireless reverse SMA detachable
WAN Connection
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
RJ-45 (10BASE-T): Category 3,4,5 UTP
Cable Connections
RJ-45 (100BASE-TX): Category 5 UTP
802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5 and 11Mbps
Network Data Rate
802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54Mbps
Transmission Mode
Auto-Negotiation (Full-duplex, Half-duplex)
System: Power, Status
Port (WAN): ACT/LINK
LED indications
Port (LAN): ACT/LINK
Port(Wireless): ACT
64/128-bit WEP,
Security
WPA(TKIP with IEEE 802.1x), WPA2, AES
54Mbps OFDM, 10%PER, -71dBm
Receiver Sensitivity
11Mbps CCK, 10%PER, -81dBm
1Mbps BPSK, 10%PER, -92dBm
Memory
Flash : 2MB NOR type, SDRAM : 8MB
Transmit Power
16dBm~18dBm
Indoor 35~100 meters
Range Coverage
Outdoor 100~300meters.
Emission
FCC CLASS B, CE
Operating Temperature 00 ~ 400C (320 ~ 1040F)
Operating Humidity
10% - 90%
Power Supply
External Power Adapter, 12VDC/ 1A
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