Você está na página 1de 87

Single-port ADSL 2+ Wireless Router

Innacomm W3100 User Manual

User Manual

Contents
1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2 3 Packing List ........................................................................................... 1 Safety Cautions ..................................................................................... 1 LEDs and Interfaces .............................................................................. 2 System Requirements ........................................................................... 4 Features ................................................................................................ 4

Hardware Installation ......................................................................................... 6 About the Web Configuration ............................................................................. 8 3.1 3.2 Access the Router-Super User.............................................................. 8 Status..................................................................................................... 9 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.3 3.4 System........................................................................................ 9 LAN........................................................................................... 10 WLAN ....................................................................................... 11 WAN ......................................................................................... 11 Statistics.................................................................................... 12 ARP Table................................................................................. 13

Wizard ................................................................................................. 13 LAN...................................................................................................... 28 3.4.1 3.4.2 LAN Settings............................................................................. 28 DHCP Settings.......................................................................... 29 Basic Settings ........................................................................... 34 Security..................................................................................... 36 Advance Settings...................................................................... 39 Access Control.......................................................................... 40 WDS Settings ........................................................................... 42 WAN Interface .......................................................................... 43 ADSL Settings .......................................................................... 48 DNS .......................................................................................... 49 Firewall ..................................................................................... 51 Virtual Server ............................................................................ 54 Routing ..................................................................................... 56

3.5

WLAN .................................................................................................. 34 3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.3 3.5.4 3.5.5

3.6

WAN .................................................................................................... 43 3.6.1 3.6.2

3.7

Advance............................................................................................... 49 3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.7.4

User Manual
3.7.5 3.7.6 3.7.7 3.8 3.8.1 3.8.2 3.8.3 3.8.4 3.8.5 3.8.6 3.8.7 3.8.8 3.8.9 3.8.10 3.8.11 3.9 3.9.1 3.9.2 3.9.3 3.9.4 3.10 IP QOS ..................................................................................... 57 Anti-Dos .................................................................................... 58 Other......................................................................................... 59 Remote Access......................................................................... 62 Commit/Reboot......................................................................... 63 Password .................................................................................. 63 Backup/Restore ........................................................................ 64 Upgrade Firmware .................................................................... 65 Time Zone................................................................................. 66 System Log............................................................................... 68 SNMP ....................................................................................... 68 TR069 ....................................................................................... 69 ACL ..................................................................................... 71 Logout ................................................................................. 72 Ping........................................................................................... 73 ATM Loopback.......................................................................... 73 ADSL ........................................................................................ 74 Diagnostic ................................................................................. 74

Admin .................................................................................................. 62

Diagnostic............................................................................................ 72

Access the Router-Common User....................................................... 74

Smart Config.................................................................................................... 76

ii

User Manual

Introduction
The Innacomm W3100 supports multiple line modes. It provides one 10/100 base-T Ethernet interface at the user end. The device provides high-speed ADSL broadband connection to the Internet or Intranet for high-end users, such as net bars and office users. The device provides high performance access to the Internet, downstream up to 24 Mbps and upstream up to 1 Mbps. The device supports WLAN access, as WLAN AP or WLAN router, to the Internet. It complies with IEEE 802.11, 802.11b/g specifications, and WEP, WPA and WPA2 security specifications.

1.1 Packing List


1 x CD-ROM of the use manual 1 x quick installation guide (QIG) 1 x guarantee card 1 x ADSL splitter 1 x power adapter 1 x Red colour RJ-11 (ADSL) cable 1 x Blue colour RJ-11 (ADSL) cable 1 x Yellow colour RJ-45 cable

1.2 Safety Cautions


Follow the following instructions to protect the device from risks and damage caused by fire or electric power: Use volume labels to mark the type of power. Use the power adapter that is packed within the device package. Pay attention to the power load of the outlet or prolonged lines. An overburden power outlet or damaged lines and plugs may cause electric shock or fire accident. Check the power cords regularly. If you find any damage, replace it at once. Proper space left for heat dissipation is necessary to avoid any damage caused by overheating to the device. The long and thin holes on the device

User Manual
are designed for heat dissipation to make sure the device works normally. Dont cover these heat radiant holes. Do not put this device close to a place where a heat source exits or high temperature occurs. Avoid the device from direct sunshine. Do not put this device close to a place where is over damp or watery. Do not spill any fluid on this device. Do not connect this device to any PC or electronic product, unless our customer engineer or your broadband provider instructs you to do this, because any wrong connection may cause any power or fire risk. Do not place this device on an unstable surface or support.

1.3 LEDs and Interfaces


Front Panel
The page shown in the following figure shows the front panel of the device.

User Manual
Figure 1 Front panel

The following table describes the LEDs of the device: LEDs WLAN Color Green Status On Blinks Off On LAN Green Blinks Of On DATA Green Blinks Off On DSL Green Blinks Off PWR Green /Red OFF GREEN RED RED BLINK Description WLAN has been activated. Data is being transmitted on WLAN. WLAN is not activated. The device has successful LAN connection. Data is being transmitted on LAN. No LAN connection is established. Built-in PPP connection has been established. Data is being transmitted on WAN. No data is being transmitted on WAN. The device has established connection with the physical layer of the office end. The device is handshaking with the physical layer of the office end. No signal is detected. No power Device init OK Device init Fireware upgrade

Rear Panel
The page shown in the following figure shows the rear panel of the device.

User Manual
Figure 2 Rear panel

The following table describes the interfaces of the device: Interface Line Description RJ-11 interface, for connecting to the ADSL interface or a splitter through the telephone cable. Reset to the factory defaults. To restore factory defaults, keep Reset the device powered on and push a paper clip into the hole. Press down the button over 3 seconds and then release. LAN Power RJ-45 interface, for connecting to the Ethernet interface of the PC or the Ethenet devices with the cable. Power interface, for connecting to the power adapter of 12 V DC, 0.8 A.. Power switch, power on or power off the router.

1.4 System Requirements


Recommended system requirements are as follows: A 10/100 base-T Ethernet card is installed on your PC A hub or Switch. (attached to several PCs through one of Ethernet interfaces on the device) Operating system: Windows 98SE, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP or Windows Vista Internet Explorer V5.0 or higher, Netscape V4.0 or higher, or firefox 1.5 or higher

1.5 Features
The device supports the following features: Various line modes External PPPoE dial-up access Internal PPPoE and PPPoA dial-up access Zero installation PPP bridge mode (ZIPB) 1483B, 1483R, and MER access

User Manual
Multiple PVCs (eight at most) and these PVCs can be isolated from each other A single PVC with multiple sessions Multiple PVCs with multiple sessions Binding of ports with PVCs 802.1Q and 802.1P protocol DHCP server NAT and NAPT Static route Firmware upgrade: Web, TFTP, and FTP Reset to factory default DNS Virtual server DMZ IP Address Mapping Two-level passwords and user names and six accounts (at most) Web interface Telnet CLI System status display PPP session PAP and CHAP IP filter IP QoS Remote access control Line connection status test Remote management (telnet and HTTP) backup and restore of configuration file Ethernet interface supports crossover detection, auto-correction and polarity correction. UPnP

User Manual

Hardware Installation
Step 1 Connect the Line interface of the device and the Modem interface of the splitter through a telephone cable. Connect the phone to the Phone interface of the splitter through a cable. Connect the incoming line to the Line interface of the splitter. The splitter has three interfaces: Step 2 Line(Black colour): Connect to a wall phone jack (RJ-11 jack) Modem(Red colour): Connect to with Red RJ11 cable to ADSL Red jack of the device PhoneBlue colour: Connect with Blue RJ11 cable to a telephone set. Connect the LAN interface of the device to the network card of the PC through an Ethernet line (MDI/MDIX). Note:
Use twisted-pair cables to connect with the hub or switch.

Step 3

Plug one end of the power adapter to the wall outlet and connect the other end to the Power interface of the device.

Figure 3 displays the application diagram for the connection of the router, PC, splitter and the telephone sets, when no telephone set is placed before the splitter.

User Manual

Figure 3 Connection diagram (without connecting telephone sets before the splitter)

displays the application diagram for the connection of the router, PC, splitter and the telephone sets, when a telephone set is placed before the splitter.

Installing a telephone directly before the splitter may lead to a failure of connection between the device and the office central, or cannot access into the Internet, or slow the connection speed. If you really need to add a telephone set before the splitter, you have to add a microfilter before connecting to a telephone set. Do not connect several telephones before the splitter. Do not connect several telephones with the microfilter.

User Manual

About the Web Configuration


This chapter describes how to configure the device by using the Web-based configuration utility.

3.1 Access the Router-Super User


The following is the detailed description of accesing the device for the first time. Step 1 Step 2 Open the Internet Explorer (IE) browser and enter http://192.168.1.1. In the Login page that is displayed, enter the username and password.

The username and password of the super user are tmadmin and tmbusiness. If you log in as a super user, the page shown in the following figure appears. You can check, configure and modify all the settings.

User Manual

Note:
Click the logo TM. above the navigation bar, the website http://www.tmsme.biz/ appears, on which you can get more information of

3.2 Status
In the navigation bar, click Status. In the Status page that is displayed contains: System, LAN, WLAN, WAN, Statistic and ARP Table.

3.2.1 System
Choose Status > System. The page that is displayed shows the current status and some basic settings of the device.

User Manual

3.2.2 LAN
Choose Status > LAN. The page that is displayed shows some basic LAN settings of the device. In the LAN page, you can view the LAN IP address, DHCP server status, MAC address and DHCP client table. If you want to configure the LAN network, refer to the chapter 3.4.1 LAN Settings.

10

User Manual

3.2.3 WLAN
Choose Status > WLAN. The page that is displayed shows some basic wirless LAN settings of the device.

3.2.4 WAN
Choose Status > WAN. The page that is displayed shows some basic WAN settings of the device. In the WAN page, you can view basic status of WAN, default gateway, DNS server. If you want to configure the WAN network, refer to the chapter 3.6.1 WAN Interface.

11

User Manual

3.2.5 Statistics
Choose Status > Statistics. The Statistics page that is displayed contains Traffic Statistics and DSL Statistics.

3.2.5.1 Traffic Statistics


Click Traffic Statistics in the left pane. In the Traffic Statistics page, you can view the statistics of each network port.

3.2.5.2 DSL Statistics


Click DSL Statistics in the left pane. In the DSL Statistics page, you can view the ADSL line statistics, downstream rate, upstream rate and other information.

12

User Manual

3.2.6 ARP Table


Choose Status > ARP Table. In the ARP Table page, you can view the table which shows a list of learned MAC addresses.

3.3 Wizard
13

User Manual
The Wizard page guides fast and accurate configuration of the Internet connection and other important parameters. The following sections describe these various connection. When subscribing to a broadband service, you should be aware of the method by which you are connected to the Internet. Your physical WAN device can be either PPP, ADSL, or both. The technical information about the properties of your Internet connection is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). For example, your ISP should inform you whether you are connected to the Internet using a static or dynamic IP address, and the protocol that you use to communicate on the Internet. In the navigation bar, click Wizard. In the Wizard page, you can configure the VPI/VCI number. configuration parameters. Whether you configure these parameters or use the default ones, click Next to enable your Internet

The following table describes the parameters of this page: Field Enabe SNTP Client Update Description You can disable or enable SNTP function. You have to enable it if you want to configure the parameters in this page. You can choose the SNTP server from the drop-down SNTPServer Time Zone list. You can also Enter the IP address of the specified time server manually. Choose the time zone of your country.

14

User Manual

Click Next, the page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters of this page: Field VPI Description Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) is the virtual path between two points in an ATM network, and its valid value is from 0 to 255. Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) is the virtual channel between two points in an ATM VCI network, ranging from 32 to 65535 (0 to 31 is reserved for local management of ATM traffic). Enter the correct VPI and VCI, and click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears. In the Connection Type page, you can select the WAN connection type and the encapsulation mode.

15

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field WAN Connection Type Description Select the WAN connection type. You can choose PPPoA, PPPoE, 1483 MER, 1483 Routed or 1483 Bridged. Chooose the method of encapsulation Encapsulation Mode Back Next provide by your ISP from the drop-down list box. You can choose LLC/SNAP or VC-Mux. Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Select PPPoA or PPPoE in the Connection Type page and click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

16

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Obtain an IP address automatically Use the following IP address WAN IP Address Enter the IP address of the WAN interface provided by your ISP. Select it to enable the NAT functions of the router. If you do not select it and you want to Enable NAT access the Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment. Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT. Back Next Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page. Description The dynamic IP address is not fixed. Your ISP assigns the different one each time. The static IP address provided by your ISP.

Click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

17

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Business Broadband ID Business Broadband Password PPP Connection Type Back Next Description The username and password apply to PPPoE and PPPoA encapsulation only. Ensure that you have entered the correct username and password. You can select Continuous, Connect on Demand or Manual. Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

18

User Manual

Figure 4 LAN Interface Setup

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field LAN Interface Setup LAN IP Subnet Mask Enable Secondary IP Enter the IP address of the router. For example, 192.168.1.1 (the default IP address). Enter the subnet mask of the LAN IP address. Select it to enable the secondary LAN IP address. Enter the secondary IP address of the router. Secondary LAN IP Secondary Subnet Mask DHCP Server Enable DHCP Server Start IP Select it to enable the DHCP server. It specifies the first of the contiguous For example, 192.168.100.1 (the default IP address) Enter the subnet mask of the secondary LAN IP address. Description

19

User Manual
Field Description addresses in the IP address pool. End IP Back Next It specifies the last of the contiguous addresses in the IP address pool. Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Click Next, the page shown in the following figure appears.

Figure 5 Wireless Part Setup

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Enable Wireless LAN Interface Description Select it to enable Wirless LAN interface. You need to enable WAN interface, and then you can set the parameters in this page. Wireless Network Name (SSID) The service set identification (SSID) is a unique name to identify the router in the wireless LAN. Wireless stations associating to the router must have the same SSID. Enter a descriptive name that is used when the wireless client connecting to the router. Wireless Security Set WEP Key You can choose None or WEP. If set the wireless security to WEP,

20

User Manual
Field Description click Set WEP Key, the Wireless WEP Key Setup page appears. Wireless Channel Back Next You can choose Auto or 1~11 channels. Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Set the wireless security to WEP and click Set WEP Key. The page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field SSID TYPE Key Length Select the SSID. Choose 64-bit or 128-bit to use data encryption. If you choose 64-bit, you can choose ASCII (5 characters) or Hex (10 characters). Key Format If you choose 128-bit, you can choose ASCII (13 characters) or Hex (26 characters). Default Tx Key Encryption Key 1 Choose the default encryption key. The encryption key is used to encrypt the data. Description

21

User Manual
Field Description Both router and wireless stations must use the same encryption key for data transmission. If you choose 64-bit and ASCII (5 characters), then enter any 5 ASCII characters. If you choose 64-bit and Hex (10 characters), then enter any 10 hexadecimal characters. If you choose 128-bit and ASCII (13 characters), then enter any 13 ASCII characters. If you choose 128-bit and Hex (26 characters), then enter any 26 hexadecimal characters. Apply Changes Close Undo Click it to save the settins of this page. Click it to close the page. Click it to refresh the page.

Click Next, the page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field User Name Old Password Description Choose the user name for access the device. You can choose tmadmin or tmuser. Enter the old password of the user account.

22

User Manual
Field New Password Confirmed Password Back Next Description Enter the password to which you want to change the old password. Enter the new password again. Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Click Next, the page shown in the following figure appears.

In this page, you can check the configuration. If you ensure the configuration is correct, click Finish. If you want to make some modification, click Back to change the settings. Select 1483 MER in the Connection Type page and click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

23

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Obtain an IP address automatically Use the following IP address WAN IP Address WAN Subnet Mask Default Gateway Obtain DNS server addresses automatically Use the following DNS server addresses If you want to enter the IP address of the DNS server by yourself, select it and enter the related data. Enter the IP address of the WAN interface provided by your ISP. Enter the subnet mask of the IP address of the WAN interface provided by your ISP. Enter the IP address of the default gateway. Obtain the IP address of the DNS server assigned by the uplink equipment, such as BAS. Description The router obtains a WAN IP address automatically and it enables DHCP client function. The WAN IP address is obtained from the uplink equipment, like BAS. The uplink equipment is required to enable the DHCP server function. Select it to enter the WAN IP address by yourself.

24

User Manual
Field Primary DNS Secondary DNS Description Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server. Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server provided by your ISP. Select it to enable the NAT function of the router. If you do not select it and you want to access the Enable NAT Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment. Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT. Back Next Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Click Next, the LAN Interface Setup page appears. You can refer to the parameter description in the LAN Interface Setup page. Select 1483 Routed in the Connection Type page and click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field None Obtain an IP address automatically The dynamic IP address is not fixed. Your ISP assigns the different one each time. Description

25

User Manual
Field Use the following IP address WAN IP Address WAN Subnet Mask Obtain DNS server addresses automatically Use the following DNS server addresses Primary DNS server Secondary DNS server If you want to enter the IP address of the DNS server by yourself, select it and enter the related data. Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server. Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server provided by your ISP. Select it to enable the NAT function of the router. If you do not select it and you want to access the Enable NAT Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment. Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAT. Back Next Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page. Enter the IP address of the WAN interface provided by your ISP. Enter the subnet mask of the IP address of the WAN interface provided by your ISP. Obtain the IP address of the DNS server assigned by the uplink equipment, such as BAS. Description The static IP address that your ISP provides.

Click Next, the LAN Interface Setup page appears. You can refer to the parameter description in the LAN Interface Setup page. Select 1483 Bridged in the Connection Type page and click Next. The page shown in the following figure appears.

26

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field LAN Interface Setup LAN IP Subnet Mask Enable Secondary IP Enter the IP address of the router. For example, 192.168.1.1 (the default IP address). Enter the subnet mask of the LAN IP address. Select it to enable the secondary LAN IP address. Enter the secondary IP address of the router. Secondary LAN IP Secondary Subnet Mask DHCP Server Enable DHCP Server Start IP End IP Select it to enable the DHCP server. It specifies the first of the contiguous addresses in the IP address pool. It specifies the last of the contiguous For example, 192.168.100.1 (the default IP address) Enter the subnet mask of the secondary LAN IP address. Description

27

User Manual
Field Description addresses in the IP address pool. Back Next Click it to return to the previous page. Click it to go to the next page.

Click Next, the Wireless Part Setup page appears. You can refer to the parameter description in the Wireless Part Setup page.

3.4 LAN
In the navigation bar, click LAN. The LAN page that is displayed contains LAN Settings and DHCP Settings. You can use the LAN configuration to define an IP address for the router and configure the DHCP server.

3.4.1 LAN Settings


Choose LAN > LAN Settings. In the LAN Settings page, you can change IP address of the router. The default IP address is 192.168.1.1. This is the private IP address of the router. This is the address under which the device can be accessed in the local network. It can be freely assigned from the block of available addresses.

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page:

28

User Manual
Field Description Enter the IP of LAN interface. It is recommended to IP Address use an address from a block that is reserved for private use. This address block is 192.168.1.1192.168.255.254. Enter the subnet mask of LAN interface. The range Subnet Mask of subnet mask is from 255.255.0.0-255.255.255.254. Select it to enable the secondary LAN IP address. Secondary IP Apply Changes The two LAN IP address must be in the different network. Click it to save the settings of this page.

3.4.2 DHCP Settings


Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) allows the individual PC to obain the TCP/IP configuration from the centralized DHCP server. You can configure this router as a DHCP server or disable it. The DHCP server can assign IP address, IP default gateway and DNS server to DHCP clients. This router can also act as a surrogate DHCP server (DHCP proxy) where it relays IP address assignment from an actual real DHCP server to clients. You can enable or disable DHCP server or DHCP proxy. Select Disable in the DHCP Server Setup page. The page shown in the following figure appears.

29

User Manual

Select DHCP Proxy in the DHCP Server Setup page. The page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field Description Select it, the router acts a surrogate DHCP Server DHCP Proxy DHCP Server Address Apply Changes and relays the DHCP requests and reponses between the remote server and the client. Enter the IP address of the actual, remote DHCP server. Click it to save the settings of this page.

Select DHCP Server in the DHCP Server Setup page. The page shown in the following figure appears.

30

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Description If set to DHCP Server, the router can assign IP DHCP Server addresses, IP default gateway and DNS Servers to Windows95, Windows NT and other systems that support the DHCP client. IP Pool Range Show Client Max Lease Time It specifies the first and the last of contiguous IP address of the IP address pool. Click it, the Active DHCP Client Table page appears. It shows the assigned IP address of the clients. The lease time determines the period that the PCs retain the assigned IP addresses before the IP addresses change. Enter the domain name if you know. If you leave this blank, the domain name obtained by DHCP from the Domain Name ISP is used. You must enter host name (system name) on each individual PC. The domain name can be assigned from the router through the DHCP server. Gateway Enter the IP default gateway of the IP address pool.

31

User Manual
Field Address MAC-base Assignment Apply Changes Click it, the Static IP Assignment Table page appears. It allows you assign IP addresses on the LAN to specify individual PCs based on their MAC address. Click it to save the settings of this page. Description

Click Show Client in the DHCP Server Setup page. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can view the IP address assigned to each DHCP client.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field IP Address Description It displays the IP address relative to the MAC address. It displays the MAC address of the PC. Every Ethernet device has a unique MAC address. MAC Address The MAC address is assigned at the factory and it consists of six pairs of hexadecimal character, for example, 00-A0-C5-00-02-12. It shows the lease time. The lease time determines Time Expired (s) Refresh Close the period that the PCs retain the assigned IP addresses before the IP addresses change. Click it to refresh the page. Click it to close the page.

32

User Manual
Click MAC-Based Assignment in the DHCP Server Setup page. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can assign the IP addresses on the LAN to the specific individual PCs based on their MAC address.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Host MAC Address Assigned IP Address Assign IP Description Enter the MAC address of a PC on the LAN. It specifies the IP address of the IP address pool. Click it after entering host MAC address and assigned IP address, a row will be added in the MAC-base Assignment Table. Modify Assigned IP Select a row in MAC-base Assignment Table. The MAC address and IP address appear. After modifying the MAC address and IP address, Click it to save the settings. Delete Assigned IP Close MAC-Base Assignment Table Select a row in the MAC-base assignment Table, then click it, this row is deleted. Click it to close the page. It shows the assigned IP address based on the MAC address.

33

User Manual

3.5 WLAN
In the navigation bar, click WLAN. The WLAN page that is displayed contains Basic Settings, Security, Advance Settings, Access Control and WDS Settings. This page introduces the wireless LAN and some basic configuration. Wireless LANs can be as simple as two PCs with wireless LAN cards communicating in a pear-to-pear network or as complex as a number of PCs with wireless LAN cards communicating through access points which bridge network traffic to wired LAN.

3.5.1 Basic Settings


Choose WLAN > Basic Settings. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can configure the parameters for wireless LAN clients that may connect to your access point.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Enable Wireless LAN Interface Description By default, the wireless LAN is disabled. Select it to enable the wireless LAN.

34

User Manual
Field Description The service set identification (SSID) is a unique (Root) SSID name to identify the router in the wireless LAN. Wireless stations associating to the router must have the same SSID. Enter a desciptive name. Virtual SSID Set VSSID SSID Country/Area You can enable 4 SSIDs at most. Click Set VSSID, the Virtual SSID Setting page appears. You can enable or disable this SSID. Select the region where you are. A channel is the radio frequency used by 802.11b/g wireless device. Channels available depend on your geographical area. You may have a choice of channels (for your region) and Channel Number you should use a different channel from an adjacent AP to reduce the interference. Interference and degrading performance occurs when radio signal from diffirent APs overlap. Select a channel from the drop-down list box. Apply Changes Click it to save the settings of this page.

Click Set VSSID in the Wireless Basic Settings page. The page shown in the following figure appears.

35

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field SSID Apply Changes Undo wireless LAN. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to refresh the page. Description The SSID is a unique name to identify the router in the

3.5.2 Security
Choose WLAN > Security. The page shown in the following figure appears. Wireless security is vital to your network. It protects the wireless communication among the wireless stations, access points and the wireless network.

36

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field SSID Type Select the SSID. You can choose None, WEP, WPA (TKIP), WPA2 (AES) and WPA2 Mixed. Wired equivalent privacy (WEP) entrypts data frames before transmitting over Encryption the wireless network. Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) is a subset of the IEEE802.11i security specification draft. Key differences between WPA and WEP are user authentication and improved data encryption. Set WEP Key It is available when you set encryption to WEP. Click it, the Wireless WEP Key Setup page appears. RADIUS is based on a client-server model that supports authentication, authorization and accounting. Authentication RADIUS Server The access point is client and the server is RADIUS server. RADIUS is a simple package exchange in which your router acts as a message relay between the wireless station and the network RADIUS server. Port The default port of the RADIUS server for Description

37

User Manual
Field Description authentication is 1812. You need not change this value unless your network administrator instructs you to do so with additional information. IP Address Enter the IP address of the RADIUS server. Enter a password as the key to be shared between the external authentication server and the access Password point. The key is not send over the network. This key must be the same on the external authentication server and your router. Apply Changes Click it to save the the settings of this page.

Set ecryption to WEP and click Set WEP Key. The page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field SSID TYPE Key Length Key Format Select the SSID. Choose 64-bit or 128-bit to use data encryption. If you choose 64-bit, you can choose ASCII (5 characters) or Hex (10 characters). If you choose 128-bit, you can choose Description

38

User Manual
Field characters). Default Tx Key Choose the default encryption key. The encryption key is used to encrypt the data. Both router and wireless stations must use the same encryption key for data transmission. If you choose 64-bit and ASCII (5 characters), then enter any 5 ASCII characters. If you choose 64-bit and Hex (10 Encryption Key 1 characters), then enter any 10 hexadecimal characters. If you choose 128-bit and ASCII (13 characters), then enter any 13 ASCII characters. If you choose 128-bit and Hex (26 characters), then enter any 26 hexadecimal characters. Apply Changes Close Undo Click it to save the settins of this page. Click it to close the page. Click it to refresh the page. Description ASCII (13 characters) or Hex (26

3.5.3 Advance Settings


Choose WLAN > Advance Settings. The page shown in the following figure appears. 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 the effect of the changes on your AP.

39

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field Description This is the maximum data fragment size (between Fragment Threshold 256 and 2346 bytes) that can be sent in the wireless network before the router fragments the packet into smaller data frames. Request to send (RTS) is designed to prevent collisions due to hidden node. A RTS defines the biggest size data frame you can send before a RTS handshake invoked. The RTS threshold RTS Threshold value is between 0 and 2347. If the RTS threshold value is greater than the fragment threshold value, the RTS hankshake does not occur. Because the data frames are fragmented before they reach the RTS size. Apply Changes Click it to save the settings of this page.

3.5.4 Access Control


Choose WLAN > Access Control. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can configure the wireless access control.

40

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Deny Listed. Choose Allow Listed, only the clients Select Access Control Mode whose MAC address is listed can access the router. Choose Deny Listed, the clients whose MAC address is listed are denied to access the router. Apply Changes Click it to save the settings of the access control mode. Enter the MAC address of the wireless station MAC Addr that are allowed or denied access to your router in this address field. Apply Changes Reset Click it to add the MAC address to the Current Access Control List. Click it to begin configuring the MAC address . Description You can choose Disable, Allow Listed, or

41

User Manual
Field Current Control List Delete Delete All Reset Access Description The MAC address in this table will be allowed or denied access to the router. Click it to delete the row you select in the Current Access Control List. Click it to delete all rows in the Current Access Control List. Click it to begin configuring the row in the Current Access Control List.

3.5.5 WDS Settings


Choose WLAN > WDS Settings. The page shown in the following figure appears. Wireless distribution system is commonly used in the areas where it requires multiple APs, where the wiring is not possible or it is costly to provice back-up paths between APs.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Description

42

User Manual
Field Enable WDS MAC Addr Comment Apply Change Reset Current WDS AP List Delete Delete All Description Select it to enable the WDS function. Otherwise, you can not configure this page. Enter the MAC addressof the AP. Enter the comment to describe the AP of the MAC address. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to begin configuring the MAC address and comment. The table shows all APs of the WDS. Click it to delete the row of the Current WDS AP List. Click it to delete all rows of the Current WDS AP List.

3.6 WAN
In the navigation bar, click WAN. The WAN page that is displayed contains WAN Interface and ADSL Settings.

3.6.1 WAN Interface


Choose WAN > WAN Interface. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can configure WAN Interface of the router.

43

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Description This table shows the existed PVCs. It shows the Interface name, channel mode, VPI/VCI, Current ATM VC Table encapsulation mode, local IP address, remote IP address, etc. The maximum item of this table is eight. VPI The virtual path between two points in an ATM network, ranging from 0 to 255. The virtual channel between two points in an VCI Encapsulation Channel Mode ATM network, ranging from 32 to 65535 (1 to 31 are reserved for known protocols) You can select LLC and VC-Mux. You can choose 1483 Bridged, 1483 MER, PPPoE, PPPoA, or 1483 Routed.

44

User Manual
Field Admin Status Description Select Disable, this PVC is unusable. Select it to enable the NAPT function of the router. If you do not select it and you want to Enable NAPT access the Internet normally, you must add a route on the uplink equipment. Otherwise, the access to the Internet fails. Normally, it is required to enable NAPT. PPP Settings Login Name Password Connection Type The correct user name that your ISP has provided to you. The correct password that your ISP has provided to you. You can choose Continuous, Connect on Demand or Manual. If select connect on demand, you need to enter the idle timeout time. Within the preset Idle Time(min) minutes, if the router doesnt detect the flow of the user continuously, disconnects the the router PPPoE automatically connection. WAN IP Settings You can choose Fixed IP or Use DHCP. If select fixed IP, you should enter the local IP Type address, remote IP address and subnet mask. If set use DHCP, The router is a DHCP client, the WAN IP is assigned by the remote DHCP server. Local IP Address Remote IP Address Subnet Mask Unnumbered Default Route It is the IP address of WAN interface that is provided by your ISP. This is the gateway IP address that is provided by your ISP. It is the subnet mask of the local IP address. Select it to enable IP Unnumbered function. You can enable or disable default route.

45

User Manual
Field Add Description After configuring the parameters of this page, click it to add a new PVC into the current ATM VC table. Select a PVC in the current ATM VC table, Modify then modify the parameters of this PVC. When you finish, click it to apply the change of this PVC. Delete Undo Select a PVC in the current ATM VC table, then click it to delete this PVC. Click it to begin configuring the parameters in this page. Click it, the ATM Settings page appears. You ATM Settings can configure the parameters of the ATM for the router, including Qos type, PCR, CDVT, SCR and MBS. Click in the bridged mode. The page shown in the following figure appears.

In this page, you can configure parameters of this bridged PVC.

Click ATM Setting in the WAN Interface page. The page shown in the following figure appears. In this page, you can configure the parameters of the ATM for your ADSL router, including QoS type, PCR, CDVT, SCR and MBS.

46

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field VPI VCI QoS Description The virtual path identifier of the ATM PVC. The virtual channel identifier of the ATM PVC. The QoS category of the PVC. You can choose UBR, CBR, rt-VBR, or nrt-VBR. Peak cell rate (PCR) is the maximum rate at which PCR cells can be transmitted along a connection in the ATM network, ranging from1 to 6000. Cell delay variation tolerance (CDVT) is the amount CDVT of delay permitted between ATM cells (in microseconds), ranging from 0 to 4294967295. Subtain cell rate (SCR) is the maximum rate that SCR traffic can pass over a PVC without the risk of cell loss. It is less than PCR value, ranging from 1 to 6000. Maximum burst size (MBS) is the maximum number MBS Apply Changes Undo Close of cells that can be transmitted at the PCR, ranging from 0 to 65535. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to refresh this page. Click it to close this page.

47

User Manual

3.6.2 ADSL Settings


Choose WAN > ADSL Settings. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can select the DSL modulation. Mostly, the user needs to remain this factory default settings. The router supports these modulations: G.lite, G.Dmt, T1.413, ADSL2, ADSL2+, AnnexL and AnnexM. The router negotiates the modulation mode with the DSLAM.

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field one modulation. G.Lite: G.922.2. Downlink rate is up to 1.5 Mbps, uplink rate is up to 512 Kbps. ADSL modulation G.Dmt: G.922.1. Full rate, downlink rate is up to 8 Mbps, uplink rate is up to 896 Kbps. T1.413: Downlink rate is up to 8 Mbps, uplink rate is up to 896 Kbps. ADSL2: Downlink rate is up to 12 Mbps, uplink rate is up to 1 Mbps. Description There are five modulations. You should choose at least

48

User Manual
Field Description ADSL2 +: Downlink rate is upto 24 Mbps, uplink rate is up to 1 Mbps. If selecting Annex L and ADSL 2 +, downlink rate is up to 24 Mbps, uplink rate is up to 3.5 Mbps. Annex L Option Annex Option M Select it to increase the maximum transmission distance. It is up to 7 km or 23 kft. Dobule upstream, support POTS. Uplink supports 64 component channels. Select it to enable Bitwap. In the not retraining Bitswap Enable condition, Bitswap adjusts bit allocation or Tone transmission power (as a result, it adjusts SNR), which gurantees that line error rate (LER) is less than 10 . Select it to enable SRA. In the condition that the line is connected and CRC does not change, the router Enable SRA dynamically adjusts bit and power allocation, which ensures the noise margin of the line is always in a proper range for the line stability. Apply Changes Click it to save the settings of this page.
-7

Note:
Only select ADSL2 and ADSL2 +, or one of them, can you select Annex L and Annex M. Otherwise, it prompts error operation.

3.7 Advance
In the navigation bar, click Advance. The Advance page that is displayed contains DNS, Firewall, Virtual Server, Routing, IP QOS, Anti-DOS and Other.

3.7.1 DNS
Choose Advance > DNS. The DNS page that is displayed contains DNS Server and DDNS.

49

User Manual
Domain name system (DNS) is an Internet service that translates the domain name into IP address. Because the domain name is alphabetic, it is easier to remember. The Internet, however, is based on IP addresses. Every time you use a domain name, a DNS service translates the name into the corresponding IP address. For example, the domain name www.example.com might translate to 198.105.232.4. The DNS system has its own network. If one DNS server does not know how to translate a particular domain name, it asks another one, and so on, until the correct IP address is returned.

3.7.1.1 DNS Server


Click DNS Server in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can configure the DNS server IP addresses for DNS relay.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Obtain DNS Automatically Set DNS Manually Apply Changes Reset Selected Description Select it, the router accepts the first received DNS assignment from one of the PPPoA, PPPoE or MER enabled PVC(s) during the connection establishment. Select it, enter the primary and optional secondary DNS server IP addresses. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to begin configuring the paremters in this page.

50

User Manual 3.7.1.2 DDNS


Click DDNS in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. This page is used to configure the dynamic DNS address from DynDNS.org or TZO. You can add or remove to configure dynamic DNS.

3.7.2 Firewall
Choose Advance > Firewall. The Firewall page that is displayed contains IP/Port Fileter, MAC Filter and URL Blocking.

3.7.2.1 IP/Port Filter


Click IP/Port Filter in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. Entries in this table are used to restrict certain types of data packets through the gateway. These filters are helpful in securing or restricting your local network.

51

User Manual

Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page. Click Add Rule to add a new rule of the IP/Port filter.

3.7.2.2 MAC Filter


Click MAC Filter in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. Entries in this table are used to restrict certain types of data packets from your local network to Internet through the gateway. These filters are helpful in securing or restricting your local network.

52

User Manual

Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page. Click Add Rule to add a new rule of the MAC filter.

3.7.2.3 URL Blocking


Click URL Blocking in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. This page is used to block a fully qualified domain name, such as tw.yahoo.comand and filtered keyword. You can add or delete FQDN and filtered keyword.

53

User Manual

3.7.3 Virtual Server


Choose Advance > Virtual Server. The page shown in the following figure appears. The page that is displayed contains Services and DMZ Settings.

3.7.3.1 Services
Click Services in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. This page is used to enable the servers in the local network.

54

User Manual
Click Add to add a virtual server.

3.7.3.2 DMZ Settings


Click DMZ Settings in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. A demilitarized zone is used to provide Internet services without sacrificing unauthorized access to its local private network. Typically, the DMZ host contains devices accessible to Internet traffic, such as web (HTTP) servers, FTP servers, SMTP (e-mail) servers and DNS servers. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Select Enable DMZ to enable this function. Enter an IP address of the DMZ host. Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page.

55

User Manual

3.7.4 Routing
Choose Advance > Routing. The page shown in the following figure appears. The page that is displayed contains RIP and Static Route.

3.7.4.1 RIP
Click RIP in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. If you are using this device as a RIP-enabled router to communicate with others using the Routing Information Protocol (RIP), enable the RIP. This page is used to select the interfaces on your deviceis that use RIP, and the version of the protocol used.

3.7.4.2 Static Route


Click Static Route in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. This page is used to configure the routing information. You can add or delete IP routes.

56

User Manual

Click Show Routes. The page shown in the following figure appears. The table shows a list of destination routes commonly accessed by your network.

3.7.5 IP QOS
Choose Advance > IP QOS. The page shown in the following figure appears. Entries in this table are used to assign the precedence for each incoming packet based on physical LAN port, TCP/UDP port number, and source/destination IP address/subnet masks.

57

User Manual

Step 1 Step 2

Enable IP Qos Click Add Rule to add a new IP Qos rule.

The page shown in the following figure appears.

3.7.6 Anti-Dos
Choose Advance > Anti-Dos. The page shown in the following figure appears. Denial-of-Service Attack (DoS Attack) is a type of attack on a network that is

58

User Manual
designed to bring the network to its knees by flooding it with useless traffic. In this page, you can configure to prevent DOS attacks.

Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page.

3.7.7 Other
In the navigation bar, choose Advance > Other. The page shown in the following figure appears. The page that is displayed contains IGMP Proxy, UPnP, Bridge and IP PassThrough.

59

User Manual 3.7.7.1 IGMP Proxy


Click IGMP Proxy in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. IGMP proxy enables the system to issue IGMP host messages on behalf of hosts that the system discovered through standard IGMP interfaces. The system acts as a proxy for its hosts after you enable it.

Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page.

3.7.7.2 UPnP
Click UPnP in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. This page is used to configure UPnP. The system acts as a daemon after you enable it.

60

User Manual
Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page.

3.7.7.3 Bridge
Click Bridge in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. This page is used to configure the bridge parameters. You can change the settings or view some information on the bridge and its attached ports.

Click Show MACs. The page shown in the following figure appears. This table shows a list of learned MAC addresses for this bridge.

3.7.7.4 IP PassThrough
Click IP Pass Through in the left pane. The page shown in the following figure appears. In this page, you can enable and configure IP passthrough.

61

User Manual

Click Apply Changes to save the settings of this page.

3.8 Admin
In the navigation bar, click Admin. The Admin page that is displayed contains Remote Access, Commit/Reboot, Password, Backup/Restore, Upgrade Fireware, Time Zone, System Log, SNMP, TR069, ACL and Logout.

3.8.1 Remote Access


Choose Admin > Remote Access. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can enable or disable the services which are used by the remote host. For example, if TELNET service is enabled and the port is 23, the remote host can access this router by telnet through the port 23.

62

User Manual

3.8.2 Commit/Reboot
Choose Admin > Commit/Reboot. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can set the router reset to the default settings or set the router to commit the current settings.

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field reset to default settings commit current settings Reboot Description Select it to reset to the default settings. Select it to save the current settings and reboot the router. Click it to reboot the router.

3.8.3 Password
Choose Admin > Password. The page shown in the following figure appears. By default, the super user name and password are tmadmin and tmbusiness. The common user name and password are tmuser and tmuser.

63

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field User Name Old Password New Password Confirmed Password Apply Changes Reset Description Choose the user name for access the device. You can choose tmadmin or tmuser. Enter the old password of the user account. Enter the password to which you want to change the old password. Enter the new password again. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to begin configuring the parameters of this page.

3.8.4 Backup/Restore
Choose Admin > Backup/Restore. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can backup the current settings to a file and restore the settings from the file which was saved previously.

Caution: Do not turn off the router or press the Reset button while the procedure is in progress.

64

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field Save Settings to File Load Settings from File Upload Description Click it, and select the path. Then you can save the configuration file of the router. Click Browse to select the configuration file. After selecting the configuration file of the router, click Upload to begin uploading the router configuration file.

3.8.5 Upgrade Firmware


Choose Admin > Upgrade Firmware.. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can upgrade the firmware of the router.

Caution: Do not turn off the router or press the Reset button while the procedure is in progress.

65

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and button of this page: Field Select File Upload Reset Description Click Browse to select the firmware file. After Selecting the firmware file, click Upload to begin upgrading the firmware file. Click it to begin selecting the firmware file.

3.8.6 Time Zone


Choose Admin > Time Zone. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can set the system time manually or get the system time from the time server.

66

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Refresh page. Select Time Server, the router gets the Time Mode system time from the time server. Select Manual, you should configure the system time manually. Enable SNTP Client Update SNTP Server Time Zone Apply Changes Select it, you can choose the correct SNTP server that you want. Choose the SNTP server from the drop-down list box. Select the time zone in which area you are. Click it to save the settings of this page. Description Click it to refresh the system time shown in the

67

User Manual

3.8.7 System Log


Choose Admin > System Log. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can enable or disabled the system log function and view the system log.

The following table describes the parameter and buttons of this page: Field System Log Apply Changes Refresh Description You can enable or disable the system log function. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to refresh the system log shown in the textfield.

3.8.8 SNMP
Choose Admin > SNMP. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can set the SNMP parameters.

68

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Trap IP Address Community name (read-only) Community name (write-only) Apply Changes Reset sent to the host. The network administrators must use this password to read the information of this router. The network administrators must use this password to configure the information of the router. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to begin configuring the parameters this page. Description Enter the trap IP address. The trap information is

3.8.9 TR069
Choose Admin > TR069. The page shown in the following page appears. You can configure the TR-069 CPE.

69

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters of this page: Field ACS URL User Name Password Periodic Inform Enable The URL of the auto-configuration server to connect to. The user name for logging in to the ACS. The password for logging in to the ACS. Select Enabled to periodically connect to the ACS to check whether the configuration updates. Periodic Inform Specify the amount of time between Description

70

User Manual
Field Interval (s) Connection Request User Name Password Debug Show Message CPE sends GetRPC Skip MReboot Delay Auto-Execution Select Enabled to display ACS SOAP messages on the serial console. Select Enbaled, the router contacts the ACS to obtain configuration updates. Specify whether to send an MReboot event code in the inform message. Specify whether to start the TR-069 program after a short delay. Specify whether to automatically start the TR-069 after the router is powered on. The username to connect the router from the ACS. The password to connect the router from the ACS. Description connections to ACS.

3.8.10 ACL
Choose Admin > ACL. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can configure the IP address for access control list. If ACL is enabled, only the effective IP in ACL can access the ADSL router. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Select Enable and click Apply Changes. Configure the ACL. Click Apply Changes to take the configuration effect. Note:
If you select Enable in ACL capability, ensure that your host IP is in ACL list before it takes effect.

71

User Manual

3.8.11 Logout
Choose Admin > Logout. The page shown in the following figure appears. In this page, you can logout the Web configuration page.

Click Logout to logout the Web configuration page.

3.9 Diagnostic
In the navigation bar, click Diagnostic. The Diagnostic page that is displayed contains Ping, ATM Loopback, ADSL and Diagnostic.

72

User Manual

3.9.1 Ping
Choose Diagnostic > Ping. The page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameter and button of this page: Field Host Address Send Description Enter the IP address. Click it to begin to Ping the host address.

3.9.2 ATM Loopback


Choose Diagnostic > ATM Loopback. The page shown in the following figure appears. In this page, you can use VCC loopback function to check the connectivity of the VCC.

Click Apply Changes to begin testing.

73

User Manual

3.9.3 ADSL
Choose Diagnostic > ADSL. The page shown in the following figure appears. It is used for ADSL tone diagnostics.

Click Go! to begin ADSL tone diagnostics.

3.9.4 Diagnostic
Choose Diagnostic. The page shown in the following figure appears. You can test the DSL connection.

Click Run Diagnostic Test to begin testing.

3.10 Access the Router-Common User


74

User Manual
The following describes how to acces the device for the first time. Step 1 Step 2 Open the Internet Explorer (IE) browser and enter http://192.168.1.1. In the Login page that is displayed, enter the username and password.

The username and password of the common user are tmuser and tmuser. If you log in as a common user, the page shown in the following figure appears, which contains Status, Smart Config and Diagnostic.

75

User Manual

Smart Config
There are three common used WAN connection types: 1483 Bridged, PPPoE, and PPPoA. The following describes the web configuration of them respectively.

1483 Bridged
The default WAN connectin type is 1483 Bridged. After accessing the router as the common user, the page shown in the following figure appears.

76

User Manual

PPPoE
Set the connection type to PPPoE, the page shown in the following figure appears.

77

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field Connection Type Streamyx Account Business Broadband ID Business Broadband Password Wireless Configuration Select it to enable wireless function. You have to Enable Wireless enable it if you want to configure the wireless parameters. Enter the user name of the account for PPPoE that is provided by your ISP. Enter the password of the account for PPPoE that is provided by your ISP. Description It displays the connection type you set. In this example, the connection type is PPPoE.

78

User Manual
Field Description The service set identification (SSID) is a unique name to identify the router in the wireless LAN. Wireless Network Name (SSID) Wireless stations associating to the router must have the same SSID. Enter a descriptive name that is used when the wireless client connecting to the router. Wireless Channel Wireless Security Set WEP Key Save CANCLE You can choose AUTO or 1~11 channels. You can choose None or WEP. If set the wireless security to WEP, click Set WEP Key, the Wireless WEP Key Setup page appears. Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to cancle settings of this page.

Set the wireless security to WEP and click Set WEP Key. The page shown in the following figure appears.

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field SSID TYPE Key Length Key Format Select the SSID. Choose 64-bit or 128-bit to use data encryption. If you choose 64-bit, you can choose ASCII Description

79

User Manual
Field Description (5 characters) or Hex (10 characters). If you choose 128-bit, you can choose ASCII (13 characters) or Hex (26 characters). Default Tx Key Choose the default encryption key. The encryption key is used to encrypt the data. Both router and wireless stations must use the same encryption key for data transmission. If you choose 64-bit and ASCII (5 characters), then enter any 5 ASCII characters. If you choose 64-bit and Hex (10 Encryption Key 1 characters), then enter any 10 hexadecimal characters. If you choose 128-bit and ASCII (13 characters), then enter any 13 ASCII characters. If you choose 128-bit and Hex (26 characters), then enter any 26 hexadecimal characters. Apply Changes Close Undo Click it to save the settins of this page. Click it to close the page. Click it to refresh the page.

PPPoA
Set the connection type to PPPoA, the page shown in the following figure appears.

80

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page:

81

User Manual
Field Connection Type Streamyx Account Business Broadband ID Business Broadband Password Wireless Configuration Select it to enable wireless function. You have Enable Wireless to enable it if you want to configure the wireless parameters. The service set identification (SSID) is a unique name to identify the router in the wireless LAN. Wireless Network Name (SSID) Wireless stations associating to the router must have the same SSID. Enter a descriptive name that is used when the wireless client connecting to the router. Wireless Channel Wireless Security Set WEP Key You can choose AUTO or 1~11 channels. You can choose None or WEP. If set the wireless security to WEP, click Set WEP Key, the Wireless WEP Key Setup page appears. Use the Fixed IP address Save CANCLE Click it to save the settings of this page. Click it to cancle settings of this page. Enter the user name of the account for PPPoA that is provided by your ISP. Enter the password of the account for PPPoA that is provided by your ISP. Description It displays the connection type you set. In this example, the connection type is PPPoA.

Set the wireless security to WEP and click Set WEP Key. The page shown in the following figure appears.

82

User Manual

The following table describes the parameters and buttons of this page: Field SSID TYPE Key Length Select the SSID. Choose 64-bit or 128-bit to use data encryption. If you choose 64-bit, you can choose ASCII (5 characters) or Hex (10 characters). Key Format If you choose 128-bit, you can choose ASCII (13 characters) or Hex (26 characters). Default Tx Key Choose the default encryption key. The encryption key is used to encrypt the data. Both router and wireless stations must use the same encryption key for data transmission. If you choose 64-bit and ASCII (5 characters), then enter any 5 ASCII Encryption Key 1 characters. If you choose 64-bit and Hex (10 characters), then enter any 10 hexadecimal characters. If you choose 128-bit and ASCII (13 characters), then enter any 13 ASCII Description

83

User Manual
Field characters. If you choose 128-bit and Hex (26 characters), then enter any 26 hexadecimal characters. Apply Changes Close Undo Click it to save the settins of this page. Click it to close the page. Click it to refresh the page. Description

84