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User Manual

DSL-2520U
ADSL2/2+ Router with USB and Ethernet Ports
August 2011
DSL-2520U ADSL2/2+ Router with USB and Ethernet Ports
User Manual
Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction..........................................4
Contents and Audience.......................................................4
Conventions.................................................................4
Document Structure..........................................................4
Chapter 2. Overview..............................................5
General Information.........................................................5
Specifications..............................................................
!roduct Appearance.........................................................."
Front Panel...............................................................9
Back Panel...............................................................10
Deliver# !ac$a%e...........................................................11
Safet# Instructions........................................................11
Chapter &. Installation and Connection..........................12
'efore (ou 'e%in...........................................................12
Connectin% to !C )in OS *indows +!,........................................1&
PC with Ethernet Adapter.................................................13
PC with USB Port.........................................................13
Obtaining P Addre!! A"to#aticall$.......................................1%
Connectin% to *e-.-ased Interface..........................................1
Savin% and /estorin% Settin%s..............................................10
Chapter 4. Confi%urin% via *e-.-ased Interface..................1"
Status.....................................................................1"
&etwork Stati!tic!.......................................................19
'S( Stat"!...............................................................)0
*A& Stat"!...............................................................)1
'+CP.....................................................................))
,o"ting -able............................................................)3
(A& Client!..............................................................)%
1et........................................................................25
Connection!..............................................................).
Editing Local Interface Parameters.....................................26
Creating ADSL WAN Connection...........................................30
Advanced...................................................................&2
UPnP.....................................................................3/
nter0ace 1ro"ping.......................................................32
''&S.....................................................................%0
'&S......................................................................%)
,o"ting..................................................................%3
A'S(.....................................................................%.
,e#ote Acce!!............................................................%3
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3irewall...................................................................40
P Filter!...............................................................%2
4irt"al Ser5er!...........................................................0
'67.......................................................................)
Application ,"le!.........................................................3
6AC Filter................................................................3
Control....................................................................5"
U,( Filter................................................................9
S#stem.....................................................................1
Ad#ini!trator Pa!!word...................................................31
Con0ig"ration............................................................3)
S$!te# (og...............................................................33
Fir#ware Upgrade.........................................................3.
Chapter 5. A--reviations and Acron#ms...........................
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Introduction
CHAPT! 1" I#T!$DUCTI$#
Contents and Audience
This manual describes the router DSL-2520U and explains how to configure and operate it.
This manual is intended for users familiar with basic networing concepts! who create an in-home
local area networ! and s"stem administrators! who install and configure networs in offices.
Conventions
%a&'le Descri'tion
text The bod" text of the manual.
Before You Begin # reference to a chapter or section of this manual.
Quick Installation Guide # reference to a document.
C(ange
# name of a menu! menu item! control $field! checbox!
drop-down list! button! etc.%.
1"2.10.1.1
Data that "ou should enter in the specified field.
!
&nformation #n important note.
Document Structure
Chapter 1 describes the purpose and structure of the document.
Chapter 2 gi'es an o'er'iew of the router(s hardware and software features and describes its
appearance and the pacage contents! and pro'ides safet" instructions.
Chapter 3 explains how to install the router DSL-2520U and configure a )* in order to access its
web-based interface.
Chapter 4 describes all pages of the web-based interface in detail.
Chapter 5 introduces abbre'iations and acron"ms used in this manual.
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CHAPT! 2" $,!,I-
General Information
The DSL-2520U de'ice is an affordable high-end #DSL router de'eloped for home and S+,+
$Small Office/Home Office% networs. &t pro'ides fast and simple broadband access to the &nternet
and a shared connection for multi users.
DSL-2520U pro'ides all the essentials for creating a secure high-speed wired networ-
#DSL.#DSL2.#DSL2/ standards! 0ast 1thernet standard! the built-in firewall! the 2oS engine!
and numerous additional features.
The router is e3uipped with an #DSL port to connect to an #DSL line and an 1thernet port! which
can be used to connect one computer or switch. The de'ice is also e3uipped with a US4 port! to
which "ou can connect a single computer.
The router DSL-2520U includes a built-in firewall. The ad'anced securit" functions minimi5e
threats of hacer attacs! pre'ent unwanted intrusions to "our networ! and bloc access to
unwanted websites for users of "our L#6.
7ou can configure and manage the settings of the router DSL-2520U 'ia the user-friendl" web-
based interface $the interface is a'ailable in se'eral languages%.
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Specifications
Interfaces:
#DSL- 8 9:-88 port
L#6- 8 9:-;5 80.8004#S1-T< 0ast 1thernet port with auto-=D&.=D&<
US4- 8 port 8.8! t"pe 4.
ADSL Standards:
#DSL-
full rate #6S& T8.;8> &ssue 2! &TU-T ?.@@2.8 $?.dmt% #nnex #! &TU-T ?.@@2.2 $?.lite%
#nnex #! &TU-T ?.@@;.8 $?.hs%.
#DSL2-
&TU-T ?.@@2.> $?.dmt.bis% #nnex #.L.=! &TU-T ?.@@2.; $?.lite.bis% #nnex #.
#DSL2/-
&TU-T ?.@@2.5 #nnex #.=.
WAN Connection Types:
)))o#
)))o1
&)o1
&)o#
4ridge.
ATM/PPP Protocols:
4ridged and routed 1thernet encapsulation
A*-based or LL*-based multiplexing
#T= 0orum U6&>.8.;.0 )A* $up to B )A*s%
#T= #daptation La"er T"pe 5 $##L5%
&TU-T &.C80 +#= 0;.05 loopbac
#T= 2oS
))) o'er #T= $90* 2>C;%
))) o'er 1thernet $)))o1%
Deep-ali'e for ))) connections.
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Network Protocols and Fnctions:
Static &) routing
6#T
D,*) ser'er.client.rela"
D6S rela"
DD6S
U)n)
Support of AL#6
&?=) prox".
Firewall and Access Mana!e"ent Fnctions:
6#T firewall
Stateful )acet &nspection $S)&%
U9L filter
)acet filtering $&).&*=).T*).UD)%
Airtual ser'ers
)re'ention of DoS attacs
&ntrusion detection s"stem
D=E
)ort Triggering.
#oS:
&nterface grouping
> priorit" 3ueues.
Confi!ration and Mana!e"ent:
=ultilingual web-based interface for configuration and management
#ccess 'ia T1L61T
0irmware update 'ia web-based interface
Sa'ing.restoring configuration to.from file
Support of remote logging.
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Power:
1xternal power adapter D* 5A.8#
+6.+00 power switch
9eset to 0actor" Defaults button.
$peratin! Te"peratre-
0rom 0
0
* to ;0
0
* $from >2
0
0 to 80;
0
0%.
Stora!e Te"peratre:
0rom -20
0
* to C5
0
F $from -;
0
0 to 8;@
0
0%.
%"idity:
0rom 5G to @5G non-condensing.
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Product Appearance
Front Panel
Figure 1. Front panel view.
LD Mode Descri'tion
Po+er
Solid green The router is powered on.
No light The router is powered off.
Solid red The router is in the crash reco'er" mode.
Status
Blinking green Traffic $&nternet traffic% is passing through the router.
No light # failure of the s"stem.
LA#
Solid green # de'ice is connected to the port.
Blinking green The L#6 port is acti'e $upstream or downstream traffic%.
US1
Solid green # de'ice is connected to the port.
Blinking green The US4 port is acti'e $upstream or downstream traffic%.
DSL
Solid green DSL has been s"nchroni5ed.
Blinking green Detecting a carrier signal and s"nchroni5ing DSL.
No light 6o carrier signal.
Internet
Solid green # H#6 connection is established.
No light
The router is in the bridge mode or no H#6 connection is
established.
Solid red #n authori5ation failure.
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Back Panel
Figure 2. Back panel view.
Port Descri'tion
DSL # DSL port to connect the router to the telephone line.
US1 # US4 port to connect to a single computer.
LA# #n 1thernet port to connect a computer.switch.
!ST
# button to restore the factor" default settings.
To restore the factor" defaults! push the button $with the de'ice turned on%! hold
it for 80 seconds! and then release the button.
$#3$44 # button to turn the router on.off.
5,=1A )ower connector.
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Delivery Package
The following should be included-
9outer DSL-2520U
)ower adapter D* 5A.8#
9:-88 telephone cable
Straight-through 1thernet cable $*#T 51%
US4 cable
Splitter
*D-9+= with Iser !anualJ and IQuick Installation GuideJ
IQuick Installation GuideJ $brochure%.
!
Using a power suppl" with a different 'oltage rating than the one included will cause
damage and 'oid the warrant" for this product.
Safety Instructions
)lace "our router on a flat hori5ontal surface or mount the router on the wall $the mounting holes
are located on the bottom panel of the de'ice%. =ae sure that the router is pro'ided with sufficient
'entilation.
To pre'ent o'erheating! do not obstruct the 'entilation openings of the router.
)lug the router into a surge protector to reduce the ris of damage from power surges and lightning
stries.
+perate the router onl" from an electrical outlet with the correct power source as indicated on the
adapter.
Do not open the co'er of the router. +therwise an" warrant" will be in'alidated.
Unplug the e3uipment before dusting and cleaning. Use a damp cloth to clean the e3uipment. Do
not use li3uid.aerosol cleaners or magnetic.static cleaning de'ices.
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Installation and Connection
CHAPT! 3" I#STALLATI$# A#D C$##CTI$#
Before You Begin
)lease! read this manual prior to installing the de'ice. =ae sure that "ou ha'e all the necessar"
information and e3uipment.
$peratin! Syste"
*onfiguration of the router DSL-2520U $hereinafter referred to as Ithe routerJ% is performed 'ia the
built-in web-based interface. The web-based interface is a'ailable from an" operating s"stem that
supports a web browser.
We& 'rowser
The following web browsers are recommended- Hindows &nternet 1xplorer! =o5illa 0irefox or
+pera.
0or successful operation! :a'aScript should be enabled on the web browser. =ae sure that
:a'aScript has not been disabled b" other software $such as 'irus protection or web user securit"
pacages% running on "our computer.
NIC ()t*ernet Adapter+
#n" computer that uses the router should be e3uipped with an 1thernet adapter $6&*%. &f "our
computer is not e3uipped with such a de'ice! install an 1thernet adapter prior to using the router.
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Connecting to PC (in OS indo!s "P#
PC with Ethernet Adapter
8. =ae sure that "our )* is powered off.
2. *onnect an 1thernet cable between the 1thernet port located on the bac panel of the router
and the 1thernet port of "our )*.
>. *onnect a phone cable between the DSL port of the router and the ADSL $,T port of the
splitter. *onnect "our phone to the P%$N) port of the splitter. Then connect another phone
cable between a phone Kac and the ADSL IN port of the splitter.
;. *onnect the power cord to the power connector port on the bac panel of the router! then
plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet or power strip.
5. Turn on "our )* and wait until "our operating s"stem is completel" loaded.
PC with USB Port
!
Do not connect "our router to "our )* until the US4 dri'er is installed.
8. Turn on "our computer and wait until the operating s"stem is completel" loaded. &nsert the
*D from the router(s deli'er" pacage into the *D 9+= dri'e. +pen the dis and go to the
US1Dri*er folder! then run the setu'"e%e file. Hait until the US4 dri'er is installed.
Hhen the installation is completed! clic the 4inis( button.
2. *onnect a phone cable between the DSL port of the router and the ADSL $,T port of the
splitter. *onnect "our phone to the P%$N) port of the splitter. Then connect another phone
cable between a phone Kac and the ADSL IN port of the splitter.
>. *onnect the power cord to the power connector port on the bac panel of the router! then
plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet or power strip.
;. *onnect the US4 cable between the US4 port located on the bac panel of the router and
the US4 port of "our )*.
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Obtaining IP Address Automaticall
8. *lic the Start button and proceed to the Control Panel 5 #et+or6 and Internet
Connections 5 #et+or6 Connections window.
2. &n the #et+or6 Connections window! right-clic the rele'ant Local Area Connection
icon and select the Pro'erties line in the menu displa"ed.
Figure 3. The $et!ork Connections window.
>. &n the Local Area Connection Pro'erties window! on the 7eneral tab! in the T(is
connection uses t(e 8ollo+ing ite&s section! select the Internet Protocol 9TCP3IP:
line. *lic the Pro'erties button.
Figure 4. The %ocal Area Connection Properties window.
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;. Select the $;tain an IP address auto&aticall< radio button. *lic the $= button.
Figure 5. The Internet Protocol (&CP'IP# Properties window.
*lic the >? button. 6ow "our computer is configured to obtain an &) address automaticall".
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Connecting to e()(ased Interface
Hhen "ou ha'e configured "our computer! "ou can access the web-based interface and configure
needed parameters $for example! create an interface to connect to the &nternet! specif" the settings
of the firewall! edit the password for the administrator account! etc.%
8. Start a web browser $see the Before You Begin section! page 82%.
2. &n the address bar of the web browser! enter the &) address of the router $b" default! the
following &) address is specified- 1"2.10.1.1%. )ress the nter e".
Figure 6. Connecting to the we!a"ed inter#ace o# the $S%!252&' device.
>. +n the opened page! enter the username $login% and password for the administrator account
$b" default! the following username and password are specified- admin! admin%. Then
clic the nter button.
Figure (. The login page.
!
&f the error I The page cannot be displayed J $or I Unable to display the page J.I Could not
connect to remote server J% occurs upon connecting to the web-based interface of the router!
mae sure that "ou ha'e properl" connected the router to "our computer.
#fter successful registration the s"stem statistics page opens. The page displa"s general information
on the router and its software.
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Figure ). The "*"te+ "tati"tic" page.
!
0or securit" reasons! it is strongl" recommended to change the administrator password
upon initial configuration of the router. To do this! proceed to the S<ste& 3
Ad&inistrator 'ass+ord page.
The web-based interface of the router is multilingual. Select a needed language from the menu
displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o'er the Language caption. 7ou can change the language of
the web-based interface in an" menu item.
Figure ,. Changing the language o# the we!a"ed inter#ace.
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Saving and *estoring Settings
!
6ote that "ou should regularl" sa'e the changes of the router(s settings to the non-
'olatile memor".
The router(s web-based interface displa"s the notification on unsa'ed changes at the top of the page.
Figure 1&. The noti#ication on un"aved change".
7ou can sa'e the router(s settings 'ia the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o'er
the S<ste& caption.
Figure 11. The top!page +enu.
*lic the !e;oot line if "ou ha'e alread" sa'ed the router(s settings.
*lic the Sa*e@!e;oot line to sa'e new settings and immediatel" reboot the router.
*lic the Sa*e line to sa'e new settings to the non-'olatile memor" and continue configuring the
de'ice. #lso "ou can sa'e the de'ice(s parameters 'ia the Sa*e button on the S<ste& 3
Con8iguration page.
*lic the 1ac6u' line and follow the dialog box appeared to sa'e the configuration $all settings of
the router% to "our )*. #lso "ou can sa'e the router(s configuration to "our )* 'ia the 1ac6u'
button on the S<ste& 3 Con8iguration page.
*lic the 4actor< line to restore the factor" default settings. #lso "ou can restore the factor"
defaults 'ia the 4actor< button on the S<ste& 3 Con8iguration page.
#lso "ou can restore the factor" default settings 'ia the hardware !eset button located on the bac
panel of the router. Use a small paperclip to acti'ate the buttonL insert it into the hole $with the
de'ice turned on%! push! and hold for 80 seconds. 9elease the button and wait until the router is
rebooted $about a minute%. 6ow "ou can access the web-based interface of the router using the
default &) address! username and password.
Hhen "ou ha'e configured all needed settings! clic the Logout line.
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CHAPT! )" C$#4I7U!I#7 ,IA -1-1ASD
I#T!4AC
Status
This menu displa"s data on the current state of the router. The following data are represented- DSL
connection status! acti'e H#6 connections! &) addresses leased b" D,*) ser'er! the routing table!
networ statistics! and data on networ de'ices connected to the router.
!etwork Statistics
+n the Status 3 #et+or6 statistics page! "ou can 'iew statistics for all interfaces $connections%
existing in the s"stem. 0or each connection the following data are displa"ed- state! &) address!
subnet mas and gatewa" $if the connection is established%! =#* address! =TU 'alue! and 'olume
of data recei'ed and transmitted $with increase of the 'olume the units of measurement are changed
automaticall"- b"te! Db"te! =b"te! ?b"te%.
Figure 12. The Status ' $et!ork statistics page.
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"S# Status
The information shown on the tabs of the Status 3 DSL status page can be used for
troubleshooting and diagnosing connection problems.
Figure 13. The Status ' DS% status page.
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$A! Status
The Status 3 -A# status page displa"s acti'e H#6 connections.
Figure 14. The Status ' A$ status page.
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"%CP
The Status 3 DHCP page displa"s the information on computers that ha'e been identified b"
hostnames and =#* addresses and ha'e got &) addresses from the D,*) ser'er of the de'ice! as
well as the &) address expiration periods $the lease time%.
Figure 15. The Status ' D+CP page.
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&outing 'able
The Status 3 !outing ta;le page displa"s the information on routes. The table contains
destination &) addresses! gatewa"s! subnet mass! and other data.
Figure 16. The Status ' *outing ta(le page.
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#A! Clients
+n the Status 3 LA# clients page! "ou can 'iew data on networ de'ices connected to the router.
The page displa"s de'ices connected to the router(s L#6 and de'ices accessing the web-based
interface of the router.
Figure 1(. The Status ' %A$ clients page.
0or each de'ice the following data are displa"ed- the &) address! the =#* address! and the
interface to which the de'ice is connected.
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$et
&n this menu "ou can configure basic parameters of the router(s local area networ and configure
connection to the &nternet $a H#6 connection%.
Connections
+n the #et 3 Connections page! "ou can create and edit connections used b" the router.
4" default! the LA# connection is configured in the s"stem. &t corresponds to the local interface of
the router $;r0%. 7ou cannot delete this connection.
Figure 1). The $et ' Connections page.
To create a new connection! clic the Add button. +n the page displa"ed! specif" the rele'ant
'alues.
To edit an existing connection! left-clic the rele'ant line in the table. +n the page displa"ed!
change the parameters and clic the Sa*e button.
To delete an existing connection! left-clic the rele'ant line in the table. +n the page displa"ed!
clic the Delete button.
To use one of existing H#6 connections as a default gatewa"! select the choice of the De8ault
gate+a< radio button located in the line corresponding to this connection.
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,diting %ocal Interface Parameters
To edit the parameters of the router(s local area networ! left-clic the LA# connection on the #et 3
Connections page.
+n the Main tab! "ou can configure basic parameters of the router(s L#6.
Figure 1,. Ba"ic para+eter" o# the router-" %.N.
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Para&eter Descri'tion
7eneral settings
#a&e # name for this connection.
Connection T<'e The t"pe of networ protocol used b" this connection M IPo.
na;le The checbox enabling this connection.
Direction The direction of this connection.
P(<sical la<er
P(<sical inter8ace The ph"sical interface to which this connection is assigned M ;r0.
IP settings
IP Address
The router(s &) address. 4" default! the following 'alue is specified-
1"2.10.1.1.
#et&as6
The subnet mas. 4" default! the following 'alue is specified-
255.255.255.4.
Inter8ace The name assigned to the connection b" the s"stem.
Hhen all needed settings are configured! clic the Sa*e button.
+n the DHCP ser*er tab! "ou can configure the built-in D,*) se'er of the router.
Figure 2&. The ta #or con#iguring the $/C0 "erver.
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Para&eter Descri'tion
Mode
#n operating mode of the router(s D,*) ser'er.
na;le- the router assigns &) addresses to clients automaticall" in
accordance with specified parameters. Hhen this 'alue is selected!
the Start IP! nd IP! and the Lease ti&e fields are displa"ed on
the tab. &f the D,*) ser'er is enabled! "ou can also specif" =#*-
&) pairs on the Static DHCP tab.
Disa;le- the router(s D,*) ser'er is disabled! clients( &) addresses
are assigned manuall".
!ela<- an external D,*) ser'er is used to assign &) addresses to
clients. Hhen this 'alue is selected! the %ternal DHCP ser*er IP
field is displa"ed on the tab.
Start IP
The start &) address of the address pool used b" the D,*) ser'er to
distribute &) addresses to clients.
nd IP
The end &) address of the address pool used b" the D,*) ser'er to
distribute &) addresses to clients.
Lease ti&e
The lifetime of &) addresses leased b" the D,*) ser'er. #t the end
of this period the leased &) address is re'oed and can be distributed
to another de'ice! unless the pre'ious de'ice has confirmed the need
to eep the address.
%ternal DHCP ser*er
IP
The &) address of the external D,*) ser'er which assigns &)
addresses to the router(s clients.
Hhen all needed settings are configured! clic the Sa*e button.
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+n the Static DHCP tab! "ou can specif" =#* address and &) address pairs. The tab is acti'e
when the router(s D,*) ser'er is enabled.
Figure 21. The ta #or con#iguring 1.C!20 pair".
To create a =#*-&) pair $set a fixed &) address in the local area networ for a de'ice with a certain
=#* address%! clic the Add button. Then enter the needed &) address and =#* address in the
rele'ant fields and clic the Sa*e button.
1xisting =#*-&) pairs are displa"ed on the Static DHCP tab. To remo'e a pair! select the
rele'ant line in the table and clic the !e&o*e button. Then clic the Sa*e button.
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Creating ADS% A$ Connection
Figure 22. The page #or creating a new connection. The General settings3 P-ysical layer and .%A$
settings "ection".
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Para&eter Descri'tion
7eneral settings
#a&e # name for connection for easier identification.
Connection T<'e
# t"pe of networ protocol to be used b" the connection. #'ailable
'alues-
PPPoA
PPPo
IPo
IPoA
1ridge"
na;le Select the checbox to enable the connection.
Direction The direction of this connection.
P(<sical la<er
P(<sical inter8ace
# ph"sical or 'irtual interface to which the new connection will be
assigned. Lea'e the Create 'alue to create a new interface at the
ph"sical la"er.
,PI Airtual )ath &dentifier. The 'alid range is from 0 to 250.
,CI Airtual *ircuit &dentifier. The 'alid range is from >2 to C55>5.
nca'sulation Mode Select LLC or ,C from the drop-down list.
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AoS
# class of traffic for this connection.
U1!
$Unspecified Bit Rate%- The U49 ser'ice is used for applications
that allow 'arious dela"s and losses of pacets. &t is appropriate to
use the U49 ser'ice for text.data.image transfer applications! as
well as messaging! distribution! retrie'al! and remote terminal
applications.
U1! -it( PC!
$Unspecified Bit Rate with ea! Cell Rate%- The U49 ser'ice is
used for applications that allow 'arious dela"s and losses of
pacets. The )ea *ell 9ate is a determining factor in how often
cells are sent in an effort to minimi5e lag or Kitter caused b" traffic
inconsistencies. Hhen "ou select this 'alue from the drop-down list!
the Pea6 Cell !ate field is displa"ed. Specif" a re3uired 'alue $in
cells per second%.
C1!
$Constant Bit Rate%- This ser'ice is used for applications that
re3uire a constant data rate. &t is mostl" used for transferring
uncompressed audio and 'ideo! e.g. 'ideoconferencing! interacti'e
audio $telephon"%! audio.'ideo distribution $tele'ision! distance
education! e-shops%! and retrie'al $'ideo-on demand! audio
libraries%. Hhen "ou select this 'alue from the drop-down list! the
Pea6 Cell !ate field is displa"ed. Specif" a re3uired 'alue $in
cells per second%.
#on !ealti&e ,1!
$"on#Real#time $ariable Bit Rate%- This ser'ice can be used for
transferring data that ha'e critical response-time re3uirements! e.g.
air ticet booing! ban transactions! and process monitoring. Hhen
"ou select this 'alue from the drop-down list! the Pea6 Cell !ate!
Sustaina;le Cell !ate! and Ma%i&u& 1urst SiBe fields are
displa"ed. Specif" re3uired 'alues.
!ealti&e ,1!
$Real#time $ariable Bit Rate%- This ser'ice is used for dela"-
sensiti'e applications such as real time 'ideo. The 9t-A49 pro'ides
higher networ flexibilit" than the *49 ser'ice. Hhen "ou select
this 'alue from the drop-down list! the Pea6 Cell !ate!
Sustaina;le Cell !ate! and Ma%i&u& 1urst SiBe fields are
displa"ed. Specif" re3uired 'alues.
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,LA# settings
Use ,LA# Select the checbox to allow the router to appl" AL#6 tagging.
,LA# 'riorit< # priorit" tag for the t"pe of traffic transmitted.
,LA# ID #n identifier for the AL#6.
The Miscellaneous section is displa"ed for all connection t"pes except for 1ridge.
Figure 23. The page #or creating a new connection. The /iscellaneous "ection.
Para&eter Descri'tion
Miscellaneous
na;le I7MP Multicast
Select the checbox to allow multicast traffic from the external
networ $e.g. 'ideo streaming% to be recei'ed.
#AT
Select the checbox if "ou want one H#6 &) address to be used for
all computers of "our L#6.
4ire+all
Select the checbox to enable protection against #9) and DDoS
attacs.
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The PPP settings section is displa"ed for the PPPo and PPPoA connection t"pes.
Figure 24. The page #or creating a new connection. The PPP settings "ection.
Para&eter Descri'tion
PPP settings
PPP Userna&e # username $login% to access the &nternet.
-it(out aut(oriBation
Select the checbox if "ou don(t need to enter a username and
password to access the &nternet.
Pass+ord # password to access the &nternet.
Pass+ord con8ir&ation The confirmation of the entered password $to a'oid mist"pes%.
Aut(entication
algorit(&
Select a re3uired authentication method from the drop-down list or
lea'e the #UT+ 'alue.
Ser*ice na&e The name of the )))o1 authentication ser'er.
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Dial on de&and
Select the checbox if "ou want the router to establish connection to
the &nternet on demand. &n the Ma%i&u& idle ti&e field! specif"
a period of inacti'it" $in seconds% after which the connection should
be terminated.
MTU The maximum si5e of units transmitted b" the interface.
PPP IP e%tension
This option is used b" some &S)s. *ontact "our &S) to clarif" if this
checbox needs to be enabled.
=ee' Ali*e
Select the checbox if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to
"our &S) e'en when the connection has been inacti'e for a specified
period of time. Hhen the checbox is selected! the LCP inter*al
and LCP 8ails fields are a'ailable. Specif" the re3uired 'alues.
Use Static IP Address
Select the checbox if "ou want to use a static &) address to access
the &nternet. &n the IP Address field displa"ed when the checbox
is selected! specif" a static &) address.
PPP de;ug
Select the checbox if "ou want to log all data on ))) connection
debugging.
PPPo 'ass t(roug(
%isplayed for the o& type only'
Select the checbox if "ou want to allow )))o1 clients of
computers from "our L#6 to connect to the &nternet through this
)))o1 connection of the router.
Inter8ace The name assigned to the connection b" the s"stem.
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The IP settings section is displa"ed for the IPo and IPoA connection t"pes.
Figure 25. The page #or creating a new connection. The IP settings "ection.
Para&eter Descri'tion
IP settings
$;tain an IP address
auto&aticall<
%isplayed for the (o& type only'
Select the checbox to configure automatic &) address assignment
for this connection. Hhen the checbox is selected! the IP
Address! #et&as6! and 7ate+a< IP Address fields are not
displa"ed.
IP Address 1nter an &) address for this H#6 connection.
#et&as6 1nter a subnet mas for this H#6 connection.
7ate+a< IP Address 1nter an &) address of the gatewa" used b" this H#6 connection.
,endor ID
%isplayed for the (o& type only'
The identifier of "our &S). This field is specified when the &S)
assigns an &) address automaticall" $the $;tain an IP address
auto&aticall< checbox is selected%. Optional.
Inter8ace The name assigned to the connection b" the s"stem.
*lic the Sa*e button.
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Advanced
This menu pro'ides ad'anced settings of the router. +n the pages of this menu! "ou can define
static routes and rules for remote access to the web-based interface! add name ser'ers! enable the
U)n) function! define interface groups! configure a DD6S ser'ice! and edit the #DSL connection
parameters.
UPnP
+n the Ad*anced 3 UPnP page! "ou can enable the U)n) function.
U)n) is a set of networing protocols designed for automatic configuration of networ de'ices. The
U)n) function performs automatic configuration of the de'ice(s parameters for networ
applications re3uiring an incoming connection to the router.
Figure 26. The Advanced ' 0PnP page.
&f "ou want to manuall" specif" all parameters needed for networ applications! deselect the
na;led checbox and clic the C(ange button.
&f "ou want to enable the U)n) function in the router! select the na;led checbox and clic the
C(ange button.
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Inter(ace )rouping
+n the Ad*anced 3 Inter8ace grou'ing page! "ou can assign 'irtual )A* connections to the
router(s ports $create groups of interfaces%! which allows distinguishing different t"pes of traffic.
This function is mostl" used in Triple-pla" networs.
Figure 2(. The Advanced ' Interface grouping page.
To create a new rule for interface grouping $a group of ports%! clic the Add grou' button $the
button is not displa"ed if there is no H#6 connection in the s"stem%.
Figure 2). The page #or adding a new group o# port".
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7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
#a&e
# name for the group for easier identification. 7ou can specif" an"
name.
LA#s
The list of a'ailable internal interfaces is displa"ed in the left
column of the line. Use the button NNO to select interfaces. The
selected interfaces will be displa"ed in the right column of the field.
-A#s
H#6 connections to which the new group will be assigned. Use the
button NNO to select H#6 connections. The selected connections
will be displa"ed in the right column of the field.
*lic the Sa*e button.
!
Hhen "ou add an interface to the new group! it is excluded from the group to which it has
been assigned before.
To edit or remo'e an existing group! select the rele'ant group on the Ad*anced 3 Inter8ace
grou'ing page. +n the page displa"ed! change the parameters and clic the Sa*e button! or clic
the Delete button. Hhen "ou delete a group! interfaces assigned to it are reassigned to the
D4AULT group.
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""!S
+n the Ad*anced 3 DD#S page! "ou can define parameters of the DD6S ser'ice! which allows
associating a domain name with d"namic &) addresses.
Figure 2,. The Advanced ' DD$S page.
To add a new DD6S ser'ice! clic the Add button.
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Figure 3&. The page #or adding a $$NS "ervice.
7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
DD#S Ser*ice Select a DD6S pro'ider from the drop-down list.
Host na&e The domain name registered at "our DD6S pro'ider.
User na&e The username to authori5e for "our DD6S pro'ider.
User 'ass+ord The password to authori5e for "our DD6S pro'ider.
Inter8ace
Select a H#6 connection which &) address will be used to access
the DD6S ser'ice.
*lic the C(ange button.
To edit parameters of the existing DD6S ser'ice! clic the rele'ant ser'ice lin. +n the opened
page! change the needed parameters and clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e an existing DD6S ser'ice! clic the rele'ant ser'ice lin. +n the opened page! clic the
Delete button.
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"!S
+n the Ad*anced 3 D#S page! "ou can add D6S ser'ers to the s"stem.
Figure 31. The Advanced ' D$S page.
D6S ser'ers are used to determine the &) address from the name of a ser'er in &ntranets or the
&nternet $as a rule! the" are specified b" an &S) or assigned b" a networ administrator%.
The de'ice performs the D6S rela" function! i.e.! it redirects the D6S re3uests of users to external
D6S ser'ers. 7ou can specif" the addresses of D6S ser'ers manuall" on this page! or configure the
router to obtain D6S ser'ers addresses automaticall" from "our &S) upon installing a connection.
!
Hhen "ou use the built-in D,*) ser'er! the networ parameters $including D6S ser'ers%
are distributed to clients automaticall".
&f "ou want to configure automatic obtainment of D6S ser'ers addresses! deselect the Manual
checbox! select a H#6 connection which will be used to obtain addresses of D6S ser'ers
automaticall" from the Inter8ace drop-down list! and clic the C(ange button.
&f "ou want to specif" the D6S ser'er manuall"! select the Manual checbox and enter a D6S
ser'er address in the #a&e ser*ers list. To specif" se'eral addresses! press the 1nter e" and
enter a needed address in the next line. Then clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e a D6S ser'er from the s"stem! remo'e the rele'ant line from the #a&e ser*ers field
and clic the C(ange button.
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&outing
+n the Ad*anced 3 !outing page! "ou can add static routes $routes for networs that are not
connected directl" to the de'ice but are a'ailable through the interfaces of the de'ice% into the
s"stem.
Figure 32. The Advanced ' *outing page.
To create a new route! clic the Add button.
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Figure 33. The page #or adding a "tatic route.
7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
Destination net+or6 # destination networ to which this route is assigned.
Destination net&as6 The destination networ mas.
7ate+a<
#n &) address through which the destination networ can be
accessed.
Metric
# metric for the route. The lower the 'alue! the higher is the route
priorit". Optional.
,ia Inter8ace
Select an interface $connection% through which the destination
networ can be accessed from the drop-down list. &f "ou ha'e
selected the CAuto5 'alue of this drop-down list! the router itself
sets the interface on the basis of data on connected networs.
*lic the Sa*e button.
To edit an existing route! select the needed route in the table. +n the opened page! change the
needed parameters and clic the Sa*e button.
To remo'e an existing route! select the needed route in the table. +n the opened page! clic the
Delete button.
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A"S#
The Ad*anced 3 ADSL page includes the set of #DSL standards that should be defined b" an
&S). *ontact "our &S) to set proper parameters. Select the rele'ant options and clic the C(ange
button.
Figure 34. The Advanced ' ADS% page.
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&emote Access
+n the Ad*anced 3 !e&ote access page! "ou can configure remote access to the web-based
interface of the router. 4" default! the access from external networs to the router is closed. &f "ou
need to allow access to the router from the external networ! create rele'ant rules.
Figure 35. The Advanced ' *emote access page.
To create a new rule! clic the Add button.
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Figure 36. The page #or adding a rule #or re+ote +anage+ent.
7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
#a&e
# name for the rule for easier identification. 7ou can specif" an"
name.
Inter8ace
# ph"sical interface through which the web-based interface of the
router is accessed.
IP address # host or a subnet to which the rule is applied.
Mas6 The mas of the subnet.
Protocol
The protocol a'ailable for remote management of the router $,TT)!
&*=)! T1L61T%.
*lic the C(ange button.
To edit a rule for remote access! clic the rele'ant lin. +n the opened page! change the needed
parameters and clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e a rule for remote access! clic the rele'ant lin. +n the opened page! clic the Delete
button.
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1ire!all
&n this menu "ou can configure the firewall of the router- add rules for &) filtering! define a D=E-
5one! create 'irtual ser'ers! configure =#*-filters and the )ort Triggering function.
IP Filters
+n the 4ire+all 3 IP-8ilters page! "ou can create new rules for filtering &) pacets and edit or
remo'e existing rules.
Figure 3(. The 1ire!all ' IP)filters page.
To create a new rule! clic the Add button.
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Figure 3). The page #or adding a rule #or 20 #iltering.
7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
IP-8ilter rule editing
#a&e # name for the rule for easier identification.
Protocol
# protocol for networ pacet transmission. Select a 'alue from the
drop-down list.
IP Addresses
IP address range
Select the checbox if "ou want to specif" a range of &) addresses as
the source or destination &) address.
Source
The source host.subnet &) address. To specif" an &) address lea'e
&2 in the field following the slash character $.%.
Destination
The destination host.subnet &) address. To specif" an &) address
lea'e &2 in the field following the slash character $.%.
Ports
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Source
# port of the source &) address. 7ou can specif" one port! se'eral
ports separated b" a comma! or a range of ports separated b" a colon.
Destination
# port of the destination &) address. 7ou can specif" one port!
se'eral ports separated b" a comma! or a range of ports separated b"
a colon.
*lic the C(ange button.
To edit a rule for &) filtering! select the rele'ant rule in the table. +n the opened page! change the
needed parameters and clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e a rule for &) filtering! select the rele'ant rule in the table. +n the opened page! clic the
Delete button.
*irtual Ser+ers
+n the 4ire+all 3 ,irtual ser*ers page! "ou can create 'irtual ser'ers for redirecting incoming
&nternet traffic to a specified &) address in the local area networ.
Figure 3,. The 1ire!all ' .irtual servers page.
To create a new 'irtual ser'er! clic the Add button.
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Figure 4&. The page #or adding a virtual "erver.
7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
Te&'late
Select a 'irtual ser'er template from the drop-down list! or select
Custo& to specif" all parameters of the new 'irtual ser'er
manuall".
#a&e
# name for the 'irtual ser'er for easier identification. 7ou can
specif" an" name.
Inter8ace # H#6 connection to which this 'irtual ser'er will be assigned.
Protocol
# protocol that will be used b" the new 'irtual ser'er. Select a 'alue
from the drop-down list.
Pu;lic 'ort 9;egin:3
Pu;lic 'ort 9end:
# port of the router from which traffic is directed to the &) address
specified in the Pri*ate IP field. Specif" the start and the end 'alue
for the port range. &f "ou need to specif" one port! enter the needed
'alue in the Pu;lic 'ort 9;egin: field and lea'e the Pu;lic 'ort
9end: field blan.
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Pri*ate 'ort 9;egin:3
Pri*ate 'ort 9end:
# port of the &) address specified in the Pri*ate IP field to which
traffic is directed from the Pu;lic 'ort. Specif" the start and the
end 'alue for the port range. &f "ou need to specif" one port! enter
the needed 'alue in the Pri*ate 'ort 9;egin: field and lea'e the
Pri*ate 'ort 9end: field blan.
Pri*ate IP The &) address of the ser'er from the local area networ.
*lic the C(ange button.
To edit the parameters of an existing ser'er! select the rele'ant ser'er in the table. +n the opened
page! change the needed parameters and clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e an existing ser'er! select the rele'ant ser'er in the table. +n the opened page! clic the
Delete button.
",-
# D=E is a host or networ segment located IbetweenJ internal $local% and external $global%
networs. &n the router! the D=E implements the capabilit" to transfer a re3uest coming to a port of
the DSL router from the external networ to a specified host of the internal networ.
+n the 4ire+all 3 DMD page "ou can specif" the &) address of the D=E host.
Figure 41. The 1ire!all ' D/2 page.
To enable the D=E! select the na;led checbox! enter the &) address of a host from "our
networ in the IP address field! and clic the C(ange button.
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6ote that when the D=E is enabled! all traffic coming to a port of the H#6 interface of the router
is directed to the same port of the specified &) address. #lso note that 'irtual ser'ers ha'e higher
priorit" than the D=E host. &n other words! if there has been created a 'irtual ser'er that directs
traffic from external port B0 to a port of the de'ice from the router(s local networ! then entering
http566router7*A17I! in the address bar! users of the external networ are directed to the
specified port and &) address configured for the 'irtual ser'er! but not to port B0 of the de'ice with
the &) address specified on the 4ire+all 3 DMD page.
To disable the D=E! deselect the na;led checbox and clic the C(ange button.
Application &ules
+n the 4ire+all 3 A''lication rules page! "ou can define rules for the )ort Triggering function.
Figure 42. The 1ire!all ' Application rules page.
To add a new rule for the )ort Triggering function! clic the Add button.
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Figure 43. The page #or adding a rule #or the 0ort Triggering #unction.
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7ou can specif" the following parameters-
Para&eter Descri'tion
A''lication rule editing
!ules na&e # name for the rule for easier identification.
Inter8ace # H#6 connection to which this rule will be assigned.
Inco&ing 'ort and 'rotocol settings
Protocol
# protocol to which this rule will be applied upon recei'ing data to
the specified port or port range.
Starting 'ort3
nding 'ort
# range of the router(s ports which will be open to recei'e data from
the external networ $incoming traffic%. Specif" the start and the end
'alue for the port range. &f "ou need to specif" one port! enter the
needed 'alue in the Starting 'ort field and lea'e the nding 'ort
field blan.
$utgoing 'ort and 'rotocol settings
Protocol
# protocol to which this rule will be applied upon transferring data
from the specified port or port range.
Starting 'ort3
nding 'ort
# range of the router(s ports from which data are transferred to the
external networ $outgoing traffic%. Specif" the start and the end
'alue for the port range. &f "ou need to specif" one port! enter the
needed 'alue in the Starting 'ort field and lea'e the nding 'ort
field blan.
*lic the C(ange button.
To edit an existing rule for the )ort Triggering function! select the rele'ant rule in the table. +n the
opened page! change the needed parameters and clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e an existing rule for the )ort Triggering function! select the rele'ant rule in the table. +n
the opened page! clic the Delete button.
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,AC Filter
The =#*-address-based filtering allows forwarding and blocing traffic subKect to the source and
destination =#* addresses.
!
=#*-address-based filtering is acti'e onl" when the de'ice is configured as a transparent
bridge $the 4ridge mode%.
+n the Con8iguration tab! "ou can select the operating mode of the =#* filter. Select the Allo+
'alue from the Action drop-down list to allow traffic affected b" the rules from the MAC-
addresses tab and bloc the other traffic. Select the Den< 'alue from the drop-down list to bloc
onl" traffic affected b" the rules from the MAC-addresses tab.
Figure 44. The 1ire!all ' /AC)filter page. The Configuration ta.
To create a new rule! proceed to the MAC-addresses tab and clic the Add button.
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Figure 45. The 1ire!all ' /AC)filter page. The /AC)addresses ta.
+n the opened page! specif" the needed parameters.
Figure 46. The page #or adding a rule #or 1.C!addre""!a"ed #iltering.
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Para&eter Descri'tion
Source MAC-address The =#* address of the source host.
Destination MAC-address The =#* address of the destination host.
Direction Select a direction for which the rule will be applied.
Protocol
Select a protocol for which the rule will be applied. The CAn<5
'alue means an" protocol from those displa"ed in the list.
Inter8ace
Select a H#6 connection $with the 1ridge connection t"pe
onl"% for which the rule will be applied.
*lic the C(ange button.
To edit a rule for filtering! select the rele'ant rule on the MAC-addresses tab. +n the opened
page! change the needed parameters and clic the C(ange button.
To remo'e a rule for filtering! select the rele'ant rule on the MAC-addresses tab. +n the opened
page! clic the Delete button.
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Control
This menu is designed to limit access to certain web sites.
U&# Filter
+n the Control 3 U!L-8ilter page! "ou can specif" restrictions on access to certain web sites.
Figure 4(. The Control ' 0*%)filter page. The Configuration ta.
To enable the U9L filter! select the na;le3Disa;le U!L 8ilter checbox on the Con8iguration
tab! then select a needed mode from the U!L-8ilter t<'e drop-down list-
1loc6 listed U!Ls- when this 'alue is selected! the router blocs access to all addresses
specified on the U9L-addresses tabL
1loc6 all U!Ls e%ce't listed- when this 'alue is selected! the router allows access to
addresses specified on the U9L-addresses tab and blocs access to all other web sites.
*lic the C(ange button.
To specif" U9L addresses to which the selected filtering will be applied! go to the U!L-
addresses tab and clic the Add button.
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Figure 4). The Control ' 0*%)filter page. The 0*%)addresses ta.
+n the opened page! specif" the needed parameters.
Figure 4,. The page #or adding an addre"" #or the '4% #ilter.
1nter a U9L address in the U!L-address field! specif" a port $as usual! "ou need to specif" port
B0 for ,TT)%! then clic the Sa*e button.
To remo'e an address from the list of U9L addresses! select the rele'ant address in the table on the
U!L-addresses tab and clic the Delete button.
To disable the U9L filter! deselect the na;le3Disa;le U!L 8ilter checbox on the
Con8iguration tab! then clic the C(ange button.
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System
&n this menu "ou can sa'e the changed settings to the non-'olatile memor"! create a bacup of the
router(s configuration! restore the router(s configuration from a pre'iousl" sa'ed file! restore the
factor" default settings! 'iew the s"stem log! update the firmware of the router! and change the
password used to access its settings.
Administrator Password
+n the S<ste& 3 Ad&inistrator 'ass+ord page! "ou can change the password for the
administrator account used to access the web-based interface of the router and to access the de'ice
'ia T1L61T.
!
0or securit" reasons! it is strongl" recommended to change the administrator password
upon initial configuration of the router.
Figure 5&. The System ' Administrator pass!ord page.
1nter the new password in the Pass+ord and Con8ir&ation fields and clic the Sa*e button.
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Con(iguration
+n the S<ste& 3 Con8iguration page! "ou can sa'e the changed settings to the non-'olatile
memor"! restore the factor" defaults! bacup the current configuration! or restore the router(s
configuration from a pre'iousl" created file.
Figure 51. The System ' Configuration page.
The following buttons are a'ailable on the page-
Control Descri'tion
Sa*e
*lic the button to sa'e settings to the non-'olatile memor". )lease!
sa'e settings e'er" time "ou change the router(s parameters.
+therwise the changes will be lost upon reboot of the router.
4actor<
*lic the button to restore the factor" default settings. #lso "ou can
restore the factor" defaults 'ia the hardware 9eset button $see the
"a#ing and $estoring "ettings section! page 8B%.
1ac6u'
*lic the button and follow the dialog box appeared to sa'e the
configuration $all settings of the router% to "our )*.
!estore
*lic the button to upload a pre'iousl" sa'ed configuration $all
settings of the router% from a file on "our )*. *lic the
C(oose31ro+se
1
button to select a pre'iousl" sa'ed configuration
file located on "our )*.
#ctions of the Sa*e! 4actor<! and 1ac6u' buttons also can be performed 'ia the top-page menu
displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o'er the S<ste& caption.
8 The name of the button depends upon the web browser that "ou use.
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Sstem #og
+n the S<ste& 3 S<ste& log page! "ou can set the s"stem log options and configure sending the
s"stem log to a remote host.
Figure 52. The System ' System log page. The Configuration ta.
To enable logging of the s"stem e'ents! select the Logging checbox on the Con8iguration tab.
Then specif" the needed parameters.
Control Descri'tion
Logging t<'e
Select a t"pe of logging from the drop-down list.
Local- the s"stem log is stored in the router(s memor" $and
displa"ed on the Log tab%. Hhen this 'alue is selected! the
Ser*er address t<'e! Ser*er! and Port fields are not
displa"ed.
!e&ote- the s"stem log is sent to the remote host specified
in the Ser*er field.
Local and re&ote- the s"stem log is stored in the router(s
memor" $and displa"ed on the Log tab% and sent to the
remote host specified in the Ser*er field.
Local logging le*el
Select a t"pe of messages and alerts.notifications to be stored locall"
in the router(s memor". The field is a'ailable! when the Local or
Local and re&ote 'alue is selected from the Logging t<'e
drop-down list.
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Control Descri'tion
!e&ote logging le*el
Select a t"pe of messages and alerts.notifications to be sent to the
remote host specified in the Ser*er field. The field is a'ailable!
when the !e&ote or Local and re&ote 'alue is selected from
the Logging t<'e drop-down list.
Ser*er address t<'e
0rom the drop-down list! select the IP 'alue to specif" an &) address
of a host from the local or global networ! or the U!L 'alue to
specif" a U9L address of a remote ser'er.
Ser*er
The &) or U9L address of the host from the local or global networ!
to which the s"stem log will be sent.
Port
# port of the host specified in the Ser*er field. 4" default! the
'alue 514 is specified.
#fter specif"ing the needed parameters! clic the C(ange button.
To disable logging of the s"stem e'ents! deselect the Logging checbox and clic the C(ange
button.
+n the Log tab! the e'ents specified in the Local logging le*el list are displa"ed.
Figure 53. The System ' System log page. The %og ta.
To 'iew the latest s"stem e'ents! clic the !e8res( button.
To sa'e the s"stem log to "our )*! clic the %'ort button and follow the dialog box appeared.
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Firmware Upgrade
+n the S<ste& 3 4ir&+are u'grade page! "ou can upgrade the firmware of the router.
Figure 54. The System ' 1irm!are upgrade page.
The current 'ersion of the router(s firmware is displa"ed in the 4ir&+are *ersion field on the
Start page. &f "ou need to install a newer 'ersion of the firmware! follow the next steps-
!
#ttentionP Do not turn off the router before the firmware upgrade is completed. This ma"
cause the de'ice breadown.
8. Download a new 'ersion of the firmware from www.dlin.ru.
2. *lic the C(oose31ro+se
2
button on the S<ste& 3 4ir&+are u'grade page to locate
the new firmware file.
>. *lic the U'date button to upgrade the firmware of the router.
;. Hait until the router is rebooted $about one and a half or two minutes%.
5. Log into the web-based interface using the login $admin% and the current password.
C. Select the 4actor< line in the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o'er the
S<ste& caption.
Q. Hait until the router is rebooted. Log into the web-based interface! using the default &)
address! login and password $1"2.10.1.1! admin! admin%.
2 The name of the button depends upon the web browser that "ou use.
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CHAPT! 5" A11!,IATI$#S A#D AC!$#EMS
A!P #ddress 9esolution )rotocol
DD#S D"namic Domain 6ame S"stem
DDoS Distributed Denial of Ser'ice
DHCP D"namic ,ost *onfiguration )rotocol
DMD De=ilitari5ed Eone
D#S Domain 6ame S"stem
7MT ?reenwich =ean Time
I7MP &nternet ?roup =anagement )rotocol
IP &nternet )rotocol
IPoA &nternet )rotocol o'er #T=
IPo &nternet )rotocol o'er 1thernet
LA# Local #rea 6etwor
LCC Logical Lin *ontrol
LCP Lin *ontrol )rotocol
MAC =edia #ccess *ontrol
MTU =aximum Transmission Unit
#AT 6etwor #ddress Translation
P1C )ush 4utton *onfiguration
PI# )ersonal &dentification 6umber
PPPoA )oint-to-)oint )rotocol o'er #T=
PPPo )oint-to-point protocol o'er 1thernet
PS= )re-shared e"
AoS 2ualit" of Ser'ice
!TS 9e3uest To Send
T=IP Temporal De" &ntegrit" )rotocol
UPnP Uni'ersal )lug and )la"
U!L Uniform 9esource Locator
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,C Airtual *ircuit
,CI Airtual *ircuit &dentifier
,LA# Airtual Local #rea 6etwor
,PI Airtual )ath &dentifier
-A# Hide #rea 6etwor
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