RP 800W ML
Smart Access Web Management Switch
USER GUIDE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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UNPACKING INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 3
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PRODUCT INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 4
KEY FEATURES ......................................................................................................................... 4
THE FRONT PANEL.................................................................................................................... 4
100BASE-TX Port............................................................................................................... 4
Cabling ............................................................................................................................... 4
Status LEDs........................................................................................................................ 4
Reset Button....................................................................................................................... 5
THE REAR PANEL ..................................................................................................................... 5
Power Connector................................................................................................................ 5
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INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................. 6
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SMART FUNCTIONS SETTINGS ...................................................................................... 7
START SMART FUNCTION........................................................................................................... 7
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CONFIGURING THE SWITCH......................................................................................... 15
5.1 HOW TO LOGIN TO THE SWITCH........................................................................................... 15
5.2 CONFIGURATION ITEMS ..................................................................................................... 16
5.2.1 Port Status............................................................................................................... 17
5.2.2 Port Config ............................................................................................................ 20
5.2.3 VLAN ....................................................................................................................... 20
5.2.4 TOS Priority ............................................................................................................. 21
5.2.5 QoS ......................................................................................................................... 21
5.2.6 General Setting........................................................................................................ 22
5.2.7 Advanced Settings................................................................................................... 23
6.
HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS.............................................................................................. 25
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION ............................................................................................... 25
FAST ETHERNET .......................................................................................................... 25
MAC ADDRESS TABLE.................................................................................................. 25
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 26
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1 UNPACKING INFORMATION
Thank you for purchasing this Switch. Before continuing, please check the contents of the
product package. The package should contain the following items:
.One Switch
.One Power Adapter
.CD (Utility and User Guide)
If any of the above items is missing, please contact your place of purchase immediately.
Switch
Power Adapter
CD (Utility and User Guide)
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2 PRODUCT INTRODUCTION
Key Features
.Supports up to 8 port-based VLAN Groups
.Supports Store-and-Forward Technology Filtering/Forwarding to Eliminate Bad Packets
.Supports IEEE802.3x Flow-control for Full-duplex and Back Pressure Flow-control for
Half-duplex
.All TP Ports Support Auto-MDI/MDI-X and Auto-negotiation Functions
The Front Panel
100BASE-TX Port
Each 100BASE-TX port provides an Auto-negotiation function that senses 10/100Mbps
Full-/Half-duplex and an Auto-MDI/MDI-X function that sense for the attached device's
maximum operating speed and automatically sets the Switch to operate at that speed. Users
only need to connect a network device into any TP port to join the network.
Cabling
Port Type
Cable Type
Connector
10BASE-T
Category 3, 4 or 5 TP RJ-45
100BASE-TX Category 5, 5E TP
RJ-45
Status LEDs
This Switch comes with a complete range of LEDs. The table below lists each LED’s name,
color and a brief description of its function.
Name
Color
Function
PWR
Green
Lit: Power "On"
Ports 1~8
Green
Lit: When the port has a valid physical connection with another device.
LINK/ACT
Blinks: When the port is sending or receiving data (Activity).
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Reset Button
The Reset Button provides user to reset the Switch to factory default setting. Follow the
procedure below to do the reset.
1. Unplug the switch from power.
2. Press and hold the Reset Button.
3. Power up the switch while the Reset Button is pressed in for at least 3 seconds.
4. Release the Reset Button and the factory default setting is restored.
Please note that following the above procedure will reset the switch to factory default “IP address” as well
as the default login “User Name” and “Password”. All other settings will remain unchanged.
Name
Color
Function
PWR
Green
Lit: Power "On"
Ports 1~8
Green
Lit: When the port has a valid physical connection with another device.
LINK/ACT
Blinks: When the port is sending or receiving data (Activity).
The Rear Panel
Power Connector
The Power Connector is designed to be used with the power adapter included in the product
package.
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3 INSTALLATION
.Place the Switch on a clean, flat desk or tabletop close to a power outlet.
.Insert the jack end of the power adapter into the Switch’s power connector.
.Plug in all network connections.
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4 SMART FUNCTIONS SETTINGS
Start Smart Function
The Switch has a built-in smart function that can be accessed through a web browser and
provides users with more effective management of the local area network (LAN). It can also
operate using default settings making it a “dumb” switch.
The switch’s configuration page can be accessed from either the local area network (LAN) side
or from the WAN side of the network. (From Internet side, Remote Control Management):
1. To connect to the switch’s configuration page from your LAN, just type the switch’s IP
address in IE’s address box to show the page.
2. To connect to the switch’s configuration page from Internet (Remote Control Management),
please follow the steps below:
A. Please ask your LAN administrator to map port #8888(or your choice), on the network’s gateway to the IP
address of the PC running the management program “vega.exe”.
B. Execute vega.exe which is on the CD accompanied by the switch on a PC located in the same local area
network.(Fig 4-1)
Fig 4-1
C. The program will show.(Fig 4-2)
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Fig 4-2
Note: In the above window, there are 6 function icons that you can use to control the program:
1. Start: Start the program.
2. Stop: Stop the program.
3. Server Setting: Setting the server’s parameters. (Fig 4-3)
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Fig 4-3
4. Proxy Setting: View the existing switches in this LAN , and also add/delete/modify any switch in the LAN
for configuration convenience. (Fig 4-4)
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Fig 4-4
5. Log: log the server’s activity messages into a log file.
6. Help: view the help file.
D. Click the Server Setting icon, the following window will show.(Fig 4-5)
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Fig 4-5
E. Please change the Server Port from “80” to “8888”, and press OK for it to take effect. The next window
shows that it runs using port 8888.(Fig 4-6)
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Fig 4-6
F. From internet side, connect to the WAN IP of your LAN gateway with port 8888 as below:
http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:8888/proxy.htm . Then the web page will show. (Fig 4-7)
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Fig 4-7
G. Select the switch to be configured from the left side and the device information will be shown on the right.
(Fig 4-8).
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Fig 4-8
Click on Configure this Device to start the configuration of the selected switch.(Fig 4-9)
Fig 4-9
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5 Configuring the Switch
5.1 How to login to the switch
1. When a switch is selected for configuration, the login window for that switch will pop up. (Fig 5-1)
The default user name and password are:
User name: admin
Password: 1234
Fig 5-1
2. After login, the Smart Switch Configuration page will come up. (Fig 5-2)
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Fig 5-2
5.2 Configuration Items
The configurable features of the web smart switch are listed in (Fig 5-3). Upon selecting any item from the list, a
page with detail information on that item will come up.
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Fig 5-3
5.2.1 Port Status
When “Port Status” is clicked, Fig 5-4, containing all ports information comes up.
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Fig 5-4
Link Status – Indicates the link status of each port ON/OFF.
Speed –Indicates Link Speed of each port 10/100.
Duplex –Indicates Half duplex or Full duplex connection on each port
Flow Control –Indicates Flow Control status of each port enable/disable.
For example, if you want to know the number of packets received or transmitted on port 4:
1. Select Port 4. (Fig 5-5)
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Fig 5-5
2. Click the “Counters” button (Fig 5-6), and the information you are looking for will be seen on Fig 5-7.
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Fig 5-6
Fig 5-7
5.2.2
Port Config
1. Select Port number to be configured. (Fig 5-8)
2. To enable this port, select “Turn on”, otherwise select “Turn off”.
3. To enable Port-base Priority, select “Enable”, otherwise select “Disable”.
4. To set the Port Priority Mapping to “High Queue”, select “High Queue”, otherwise select “Low Queue”.
5. Click “Apply” to save the configuration changes.
Fig 5-8
5.2.3 VLAN
1. Select VLAN group number. It supports 8 VLAN Groups. (Fig 5-9).
2. Select VLAN Group Members (ports that are members of this VLAN).
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3. Click “Apply” to save the configuration.
Fig 5-9
5.2.4 TOS Priority
1. Select the TOS Value.
2. Select Priority.
3. Click “Apply” to save the configuration.
Fig 5-10
5.2.5 QoS
1. Select the Priority Ratio. (“High Queues & Low Queue” Ratio) (Fig 5-11)
2. Click “Apply” to save the configuration.
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Fig 5-11
5.2.6 General Setting
Fig 5-12
A. IP address:
If the Switch is not a DHCP Client, select “Disable” for DHCP Client and fill the IP Address, Subnet Mask and
Default Gateway information fields. Otherwise, select “Enable” in DHCP Client item.
B. Boot Version, Firmware Version and MAC Address of the Switch.
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C. Device Name, Model Name, and Description for the switch (needs to be filled out by user).
D. Parent's Name or IP Address (if more than one S.A.W.M. Switch are connected together, you can show the
root by this setting).-Needs to be filled out.
5.2.7 Advanced Settings
Fig 5-13
To change Login Name and Password:
1. Type in the Login Name. The default Login Name is admin.
2. Enter a new password. The default password is 1234.
3. Confirm your password in the Confirm Password field.
4. Click “Change” to save your changes.
To restore the factory default settings:
1. Click “Reset to Default”. A warning dialog box appears. (Fig 5-14)
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Fig 5-14
2. Click OK. All your switch’s settings will be restored to its factory default values.
To update the switch’s firmware:
Please visit our website for available firmware updates on this switch.
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6. HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS
6.1 Prior to Installation
Before installing the Switch and connecting network devices, it is important to plan the
network's layout. Things you should consider include:
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Dedicated Bandwidth: File servers and other high-traffic hardware improve their
performance if they have their own dedicated 10Mbps, 100Mbps bandwidth.
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Full-duplex: Determine which devices support Full-duplex connections.
Fast Ethernet: Make sure rules for cable lengths and categories are followed.
Auto-negotiation: Devices with different speeds may be easily swapped when the other
end of the cable is fixed to a port with Auto-negotiation.
6.2 Fast Ethernet
100BASE-TX is called "Fast Ethernet". In Fast Ethernet, data travels ten times faster (100Mbps)
than in traditional Ethernet (10Mbps).
Note: If your 10BASE-T network currently uses Category 5 TP cabling, you can instantly
upgrade the network to a 100BASE-TX network by changing network devices.
Note: 100BASE-TX use Category 5 TP cabling. The standard Category 5 TP cabling pin-out as
the following figures:
EIA/TIA
56 8A
1 W/Green
2 Green
3 W/Ora ng e
4 Biue
5 W/Blue
6 Orang e
7 W/Bro wn
8 Brown
RJ-45 Ja c k Fro nt View
6.3
P2
P1 P3
EIA/TIA
56 8B
P4
1 W/Ora ng e
2 Orang e
3 W/Green
4 Biue
5 W/Blue
6 Green
7 W/Bro wn
8 Brown
P2
P1 P3
P4
RJ-45 Ja c k Fro nt View
MAC Address Table
Every Ethernet data packet includes both source and destination addresses. This six (6) bytes
ID is called the MAC (Media Access Control) Address.
The Switch can automatically learn and store MAC addresses. However, the MAC address
table is volatile: it disappears when the Switch is powered “OFF” or reset.
Note: When the network needs reconfiguration, we recommend you to turn off the power first.
After all nodes have been moved, turn the Switch back "ON" to rebuild the internal MAC
address table.
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7. Product specifications
Product Name
8-Port Smart Access Web Management Switch
Ports
8 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T Ports
Standards
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control for Full-Duplex Operation
Forwarding/Filtering Rate
14880 packets/second per port@10Mbps, max
148800 packets/second per port@100Mbps, max
Configuration Interface
IE Web browser
Auto-MDI
All TP ports support Auto-MDI/MDI-X Function
Reset Button
Reload IP, User Name and Password to default value
LED Indicators
One (1) for Power
One (1) per port for Link/ACT
Environment
Operating Temperature: -20° ~ 45° C (-4° ~ 113° F)
Storage Temperature: -40° ~ 80° C (-40° ~ 176° F)
Humidity: 10% ~ 90% Non-condensing
Power Supply
External Power 9V DC/1A
Certifications
CE, FCC
Dimensions
145 x 85 x 25 mm (5.7 x 3.35 x 0.98 inches)
FCC WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Part 15 of FCC
Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against electromagnetic interference in a commercial environment.
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
CE MARK WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
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