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Users Manual

ADSL2+ Modem Router


Model No. SP3362F

CE Declaration of conformity
This equipment complies with the requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility, EN55022 class A for ITE, the essential protection requirement of Council Directive 89/336/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility.

FCC Part 68

This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. You must provide this information to the telephone company upon request. The REN is useful when determining the quantity of devices you may connect to the telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area. If the modem causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. When possible, they will notify you in advance. But if advance notice isn't realistic, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the proper operation of your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service. If you experience trouble with this modem, please contact your dealer for repair/warranty information. The telephone company may ask you to disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem has been corrected or you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
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Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. Installation This device is equipped with a USOC RJ11C connector.

FCC Part 15

The modem generates and uses radio frequency energy. If it is not installed and used properly in strict accordance with the user's manual, it may cause interference with radio and television reception. The modem has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B computing devices in accordance with the specifications in Subpart B, Part 15 of the FCC regulations. These specifications are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. FCC regulations require that shielded interface cables be used with your modem. If interference does occur, we suggest the following measures be taken to rectify the problem: 1) Move the receiving antenna and modem. 2) Move the modem away from the radio or TV. 3) Plug the modem into a different electrical outlet. 4) Discuss the problem with a qualified radio / TV technician.

CAUTION:

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance to the FCC Rules could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. Cable connections: All equipment connected to this modem must use shielded cable as the interconnection means. Notes: Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received including interference that may
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cause undesired operation.

Contents
CE Declaration of conformity................................................................................2 Chapter 1 Introduction ...........................................................................................5 1.1 Overview......................................................................................................5 1.2 Features ........................................................................................................5 1.3 Protocols ......................................................................................................6 1.4 Packet Encapsulation ...................................................................................6 1.5 System Requirements...................................................................................6 Chapter 2 Installation.............................................................................................6 2.1 Checklist ......................................................................................................7 2.2 The Front LEDs ...........................................................................................7 2.3 The Rear Ports..............................................................................................8 2.4 Hardware Installation...................................................................................8 2.5 Software Installation ....................................................................................8 2.5.1 Preparing your system for software installation ...................................9 2.5.2 Installing your ADSL2+ modem router using wizard.........................10 2.5.3 Installing your ADSL2+ modem router using web administration.....10 Chapter 3 The Web Administration Page.............................................................11 3.1 Login ..........................................................................................................11 3.2 Using Wizard within the Web Interface .....................................................11 Chapter 4 Configuration ......................................................................................15 4.1 Device Info...............................................................................................15 4.2 Advance Settings........................................................................................16 4.2.1 WAN ...................................................................................................16 4.2.2 PPPoA Mode.......................................................................................17 4.2.3 MER mode ..........................................................................................20 4.2.4 IPoA mode ..........................................................................................23 4.2.5 Bridging Mode ....................................................................................25 4.2.6 LAN ....................................................................................................28 4.2.7 NAT.....................................................................................................29 4.2.8 Security ...............................................................................................33 4.2.9 Routing................................................................................................36 4.2.10 DNS...................................................................................................37 4.2.11 DSL ...................................................................................................39 4.2.12 Port Mapping ....................................................................................40 4.3 DHCP.......................................................................................................41
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4.4 System Tools ..............................................................................................42 4.4.1 Settings................................................................................................42 4.4.2 System Log .........................................................................................43 4.4.3 SNMP Agent .......................................................................................44 Appendix A Cabling..........................................................................................49

Chapter 1 Introduction
The product is an easy-to-use yet powerful ADSL2+ Modem/Router, perfectly designed forhome and SOHO users. It allows you to share virtually any high-speed ADSL2 Internet connection, even ADSL2+, capable of downstream rate up to 24Mbps with ease. No need for a separate modem it connects directly into your ADSL line. The powerful SOHO firewall protects against attacks from hackers. Lighting-fast accessing speed combine with legendary reliability, Micronet SP3362F ADSL2+ Modem Router lets you explore the Internet like never before.

1.1 Overview
This router is optimized to address the growing demand for high-speed Internet access, and it does so as a single, highly-integrated and cost-effective solution. By combining three devices in one (ADSL2+ modem, firewall, and router), Micronet SP3362F is your ultimate solution when it comes to Internet access.

1.2 Features
Up to 24Mbps downstream rate and 1Mbps upstream rate Complies with ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+ standards Provides Web-based management and supports firmware upgrade 6000V enhanced lightning-proof design for lightning-intensive areas Setup Wizard provided for simplified installation and configuration Supports Bridge, PPPoE, PPPoA, Dynamic IP and Static IP broadband access Compatible with mainstream DSLAM equipments, strong adaptability Wide voltage range design adaptable to areas with unstable voltage FDM adopted to enable calling, faxing and Internet accessing to proceed simultaneously without mutual interferences

Strong driving capability with up to 6.5Km transmission distance

1.3 Protocols
Supports full-rate ADSL2+ standard ANSI T1. 413 Issue 2 ITU-T G. 992. 1 (G. dmt) ITU-T G. 992. 2 (G. dmt) ITU-T G. 992. 3 (G. dmt) ITU-T G. 992. 5 (G. dmt)

1.4 Packet Encapsulation


Supports RFC 1483 BridgeRFC 1483 Router Supports ppp over Ethernet (RFC 2516) Supports ppp over ATM (RFC 2346) Supports Classical IP over ATM (RFC 1577)

1.5 System Requirements


An active ADSL service and at least one WAN IP (supports either dynamic or static) address, and user name / password provided by your ISP. One or more PCs with 10Base-T/100Base-T Network Adapter(s) Internet browser

Chapter 2 Installation
This chapter offers information on how to install your router. If you are not familiar with the hardware or software parameters presented here, please consult your service provider for the values required.

2.1 Checklist
Check the box contents carefully to ensure that all items are included. If any of the items are missing or damaged, contact your local distributor. ADSL2+ Modem Router Quick Installation Guide Installation CD & Splitter ADSL RJ-11 telephone cable Ethernet RJ-45 cable Power adapter

2.2 The Front LEDs

LEDs

Color Green

Status ON OFF ON

Description Power is on Power is off Router is successfully connected to CO devices Router has not yet been connected to CO devices Router is being connected to CO devices Routers telephone line port is transmitting and receiving packets Router is connected to PCs NIC or switch Routers network cable port is transmitting and receiving packets

Green

Flashing Fast Flashing

Green Green Green

Flashing ON Flashing

2.3 The Rear Ports

Port POWER LAN USB (SP3361E only) RESET LINE

Description Connect with power adapter Connect with Ethernet cable to switch, hub or PC Connect with USB port. The reset button. The router will restore the default settings when press this button until reboot Connect with telephone line.

2.4 Hardware Installation


This section describes how to connect and configure your ADSL router. 1. Connect the splitter (included) modem port to routers LINE port with a telephone line (RJ-11) and Phone port to a telephone. Insert a telephone line to the splitters Line port. 2. Connect one end of a network cable to SP3362Fs LAN (RJ-45) port with another end to PCs network interface port. 3. Check all connections as shown in the below figure to see if everything is ready 4. Plug the power adaptor into the power socket and turn on the device.

2.5 Software Installation


Once the hardware has been properly installed, it is time to start configuring your computer system and SP3362F ADSL2+ modem router. There are two different methods to install the ADSL2+ modem router, with or without installation wizard. It
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is highly recommended that you follow the installation wizard (from installation CD) to setup the device. During the installation process, youll be prompt to enter various setting such as username/account name, password, and VPI/VCI. This information can be obtained from your internet service provider. However, if you find yourself comfortable working around with computer menu settings and networking terms, you can still setup the device by logging into the administration page. Here well offer a step-by-step installation procedure for both methods.

2.5.1 Preparing your system for software installation Before we start the actual installation process, well need to get your computer system ready for Internet. Follow the below instruction carefully:
1) Click the Start button, select Settings and then select Control Panel. 2) Double-click the Network icon and you should see the below screen

3) In the Configuration window, highlight the TCP/IP that has been associated with your network card or adapter. (Do NOT configure TCP/IP Dial-up Adapter.) Click Properties. If the TCP/IP Protocol isn't listed in the Configuration window, install it. 4) Click the IP Address tab. Select Obtain an IP address automatically. Click OK as shown below.

5) Click OK again. Windows may begin copying files to your computer. (Under Windows 98, system will ask you to restart your PC. Click Yes to restart your computer and initiate the new settings.)

Once youve completed all the above, you are ready to setup the ADSL2+ Modem Router.

2.5.2 Installing your ADSL2+ modem router using wizard. Simply insert the installation CD into you computer system and follow the on-screen instruction to complete your setup. If your CD did not auto run, go to My Computer and find (our icon goes here), and double-click on it to launch the wizard program manually.

2.5.3 Installing your ADSL2+ modem router using web administration It is advised that the administrator password be changed to safeguard the security of your network. To configure the router, open your browser, type http://192.168.2.1 into the address bar and click Go (or press enter) to get to the login page. Save this address in your Favorites for future reference. When prompt for username and password, type admin / 1234 accordingly. Once youve gain access to the web administration, follow the instruction given in the next chapter.
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Chapter 3 The Web Administration Page


Follow the below instruction to setup your modem router via web administration page.

3.1 Login
The default values of your ADSL2+ Modem Router are as follow: IP Address: User Name: Password: 192.168.2.1 admin 1234

Notice! It is strongly recommended that you change the default password for security purpose.

3.2 Using Wizard within the Web Interface


Beside the installation wizard that came with the CD, another installation wizard is also available within the web administration. Follow the below instructions carefully. 1) You are presented with Status Page when you first login to the web
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administration page.

2) Click on Wizard, located within the navigational panel to the left of the screen. At this page, you are required to enter VPI and VCI values. Consult your ISP or select the corresponding country and area if you are not clear about your local VCI and VPI. Then click Next.

3) Depending on your network setting, choose the appropriate ADSL settings, and then press Next. (Note: The setup option for each connection types will vary slightly. Simply follow the on-screen instruction and provide the necessary
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information (from ISP) to complete the setup.)

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Enter username and password provided by your ISP and default values for other options. For detailed information of these parameters, please refer to introductions later.

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6) Click Next and enable WAN service (enabled by fault).

7) Click Next to review your configurations on the following page.

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8) Click Save/Reboot to bring your configurations into effects.

Your computer should now be connected to the Interent.

Chapter 4 Configuration
From time to time you may require making fine adjustments to ADSL2+ Modem Router setting. This section provides a detail outline of all the functions / settings of Micronet SP3362F ADSL2+ Modem Router have to offer.

4.1 Device Info


1) Click Running Status---Summary to display Device Info and DSL information.

2) Click WAN to view the following page which displays parameters about WAN
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connection.

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Click on Route to see the router table.

4.2 Advance Settings

4.2.1 WAN Click WAN to add/modify WAN information.

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VPI (Virtual Path Identifier)the virtual path between two points in ATM network. Its valid value is any number from 0 to 255 VCI (Virtual Channel Identifier)the virtual channel between two points in ATM network. Its valid value is any number from 32 to 65535131is reserved for common protocols. Service Type: for selecting one service type, usually the default value. Enable QoS: for enabling or disabling QoS.

4.2.2 PPPoA Mode

Encapsulation ModeVC/MUX LLC/ENCAPSULATION When you select a connection mode the encapsulation mode will automatically change to adapt to the selected mode. We recommend you not to change the default setting. Click Next to display the following page.

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1Authentication MethodAuto/PAP/CHAP/MSCHAP. Auto is the commonly selected one. 2Dialup on Demand When enabled, the device will automatically cut the connection with ISP if it has not detected connection request within a configured time. 3PPP IP Extension The IP address obtained through upstream link will be assigned to the PC connected to the router when router is only connected to one PC. 4Use Static IP The router will use this IP as a WAN IP instead of dynamically obtaining one through upstream link after you have enabled this option. 5Retry PPP Password on Authentication Error Click Next to display the following page.

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Enable IGMP Multicast: IGMP agent. For example, check this option when you want to enable the IPTV in the PPPoE mode. Enable WAN Service: enabled by default. It is recommended not to disable it, unless you do not need to activate your WAN. Click Next to display the following page. 6. It displays all configured options by you.

Click Save to save your configurations. To activate them, click the Save/Reboot button.

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4.2.3 MER mode


1) Select MER

Encapsulation ModeVC/MUX LLC/SNAP-BRIDGING When you select a connection type the encapsulation mode will automatically change to adapt to the selected type. We recommend you not to change the default setting. 2) Click Next to display the following page.

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Obtain an IP address automatically: If you enable this option, the IP address and other parameters will be automatically obtained from your ISP. Use the following IP address: To manually specify an address, select this option and enter your static IP address and subnet mask. Obtain default gateway automatically: If this function is enabled, the device automatically obtains a default gateway address from the upstream device. Use the following default gateway: To manually enter a gateway, enable this function. Use IP Address: Enter a value here if you enabled the Use the following default gateway function. Use WAN InterfaceFor a broadband access device, it means the IP address of a downstream link port. Obtain DNS Server addresses automatically: when enabled, modem will obtain DNS server addresses automatically. Use the following DNS server addresses: To manually enter DNS server addresses, enable this function. Primary DNS Address: enter a primary DNS address here. Secondary DNS Address: enter a secondary DNS address here. 3) Then click Next.

Enable IGMP Multicast: IGMP agent. For example, when you want to enable IPTV in PPPoE mode, you need to enable this function. Enable WAN Service: By default this function is enabled. And you are recommended not to disable it, unless you do not need to activate your WAN.
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4)

Click Next to display the following page. It displays all the configured options by you.

5)

Click Save to save your configurations. To activate them, click the Save/Reboot button.

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4.2.4 IPoA mode 1) Select IPoA

Encapsulation ModeVC/MUX LLC/SNAP-BRIDGING When you select a connection type the encapsulation mode will automatically change to adapt to the selected type. We recommend you not to change the default setting. 2) Click Next to display the following page.

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WAN IP Address: the WAN IP address provided by your ISP.WAN IP Address: the WAN IP address provided by your ISP. Use the following default gateway: if this is enabled you can also enable the following options: Use IP Address: the default gateway address provided by your ISP. Use WAN InterfaceFor a broadband access device, it means the IP address of a downstream link port. Use the following DNS server addresses: if this is enabled you can also enable the following options: Primary DNS Server Address: enter a primary DNS address here. Secondary DNS Server Address: enter a secondary DNS address here. Notice! The DHCP function is not supported in IPoA mode. You must manually enter a WAN IP address, a subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS, etc. 3) Click Next

Enable NATNAT can enable several PCs in LAN to share one WAN IP address for Internet access. It is recommended that you enable this function. Enable Firewall: Enabling this function can protect your PC against some attacks. We recommend you to enable it. Enable IGMP Multicast: IGMP agent. For example, when you want to enable IPTV in PPPoE mode, you need to enable this function. Enable WAN Service: enabled by default. It is recommended not to disable it, unless you do not need to activate your WAN.
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4)

Click Next to display the following page. It displays all the configured options by you.

5)

Click Save to save your configurations. To activate them, click the Save/Reboot button.

4.2.5 Bridging Mode

1)

Select bridging
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Encapsulation ModeVC/MUX / LLC/SNAP-BRIDGING When you select a connection type the encapsulation mode will automatically change to adapt to the selected type. We recommend you not to change the default setting. 2) Enable bridge service. If you select bridging mode you must enable this function. By default it is enabled.

3)

Click Next to display the following page. It displays all the configured options by you.

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4)

Click Save to save your configurations. To activate them, click the Save/Reboot button

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4.2.6 LAN

IP Address: the routers LAN IP address. Its default value is 192.168.2.1. You can change it according to your needs. Notice! Once you change this IP address, you should use the new IP address to enter the Web interface upon next time login. In addition you must set all LAN PCs default gateway at this new address to ensure successful internet access Subnet MaskAllows you to set a subnet mask value Enable IGMP Snooping: used in the bridging mode. There are Standard Mode and Blocking Mode for your options. Configure the second IP Address and Subnet Mask for LAN interface. Click Save/Reboot to bring your configurations into effects.

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4.2.7 NAT Virtual Server

1) Click NAT-----Virtual Server to display the following page. You can add or delete your virtual server settings here. By default, the external networks cannot access the IP addresses of your internal network. However, if you need such access by the external networks, for example, when you want to set up a server or support some special applications), you should enable this function to allow the access to your internal network by external networks. 2) Click Add to display the following page.

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Select a Service: Select the service name to be enabled. Custom Server: Enter a service name manually. Server IP Address: LAN IP address of the server. Notice! After a service is selected, the system automatically opens the corresponding port. After you manually enter a customized service, you need to manually enter the port to be opened. 2) Click Save/Apply to display the added service, as shown in the following figure. Port Triggering Click Port Triggering to display the following page. You can add or delete your port triggering service settings here.

Some special application programs require you to enable application ports. You can enable the automatic opening of these ports through the port triggering. 2) Click Add to display the following page.

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Select a Service: Select the service name to be enabled. Custom Server: Enter a service name manually. Notice! After a service is selected, the system automatically opens the corresponding port. After you manually enter a customized service, you need to manually enter the port to be triggered. 3) Click Save/Apply to display the added service, as shown in the following figure.

DMZ Host 1) Click DMZ Host to display the following page.

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2) DMZ Host IP Address: Entering the LAN IP address of the DMZ host. Notice! Once you enable DMZ, all ports will be opened. In this case, your computer will be totally exposed to the public network. Be cautions to use this function. 3) Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

UPnP 1) Click UPnP to display the following page.

3) Enable UPnP: you can enable or disable the UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) function.
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UPnP is a kind of architecture of common Peer-to-Peer network connection used between the computer and intelligent devices/instruments. Based on the Internet standards and technologies (such as TCP/IP, HTTP and XML), UPnP enables automatic connection and cooperation between such devices, thus to enable network (especially the family network) to meet more peoples needs. 4) Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

4.2.8 Security IP Filtering 1) Click Security IP Filtering to display the following page.

By default, all outgoing packets are allowed. However, you can set IP filtering to
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restrict external network access by some computers in the internal network. 2) Click Add to display the following page.

You can add your rules according to the above configurations You can select a WAN interface. We recommend you to keep the default settings unchanged. 3) Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

4)

Click Incoming

By default, all incoming packets are prohibited. You can prohibit packet from external network from entering your internal network by setting IP filter.

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5. Click Add to display the following page.

You can add your rules according to the above configurations You can select a WAN interface. We recommend you not to modify the default settings.

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6)

Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

4.2.9 Routing Default Gateway 1) Click Routing Default Gateway to display the following page. Enable Obtain default Gateway automatically:

Check to enable and uncheck to disable this function. It is recommended that you keep the default setting. 2) Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

Static Route 1) Click Static Route to display the following page. Here, you can add/ delete the items in the static routing table.

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Click Add to display the following page. Destination Network Address: a network range or a specific host intended to access. Subnet Mask: the subnet mask corresponding to the destination network address. Use Default Gateway IP Address: the gateway address to access detonation address. Use Interface: the physical interface to access destination address.

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Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

4.2.10 DNS

DNS Server 1) Click DNS Server to display the following page.

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Enable Automatic Assigned DNS: After enabling it, Routers DHCP server will distribute a DNS server address to the client submitting the request. Primary DNS Address: Input the DNS address provided by your ISP Secondary DNS Address: Enter the second DNS address here if your ISP provides two. Dynamic DNS 1) Click Dynamic DNS to display the following page where you can add/ delete the dynamic DNS settings.

Dynamic DNS can make your applied domain name correspond to your IP address.
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Therefore, to access your server, clients only need to access your domain name. 2) Click Add to display the following page.

D-DNS provider: Select a specific provider of dynamic DNS. Hostname: Domain name applied by you. Interface: the physical interface for enabling DDNS function. Username: Your user name registered on the website of the dynamic DNS provider. Password: Your password corresponding to the user name registered on the website of the dynamic DNS provider. 3) Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

4.2.11 DSL 1) Click DSL to display the following page.

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You can enable the services you need here. By default system checks the statuses of G.dmt/G.lite/T1.413/ ADSL2/ ADSL2+/ AnnexL/ Inner pair/Bitswap/ and auto-negotiates with its uplink devices.

4.2.12 Port Mapping

Port Mapping supports multiple ports to PVC and bridging groups. Each group will perform as an independent network.

Click the Add button to create mapping groups with appropriate LAN and WAN interfaces.

To create a new mapping group:


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1) Enter the Group name and select interfaces from the available interface list and add it to the grouped interface list using the arrow buttons to create the required mapping of the ports. The group name must be unique. 2) If you like to automatically add LAN clients to a PVC in the new group add the DHCP vendor ID string. By configuring a DHCP vendor ID string any DHCP client request with the specified vendor ID (DHCP option 60) will be denied an IP address from the local DHCP server. Note that these clients may obtain public IP addresses 3) Click the Save/Apply button to make the changes effective immediately Note that the selected interfaces will be removed from their existing groups and added to the new group. IMPORTANT! If a vendor ID is configured for a specific client device, please REBOOT the client device attached to the modem to allow it to obtain an appropriate IP address.

4.3

DHCP

DHCP Server 1) Click DHCP Setting to display the following page.

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Start IP Address: The start address the start IP address from which DHCP server starts IP address distribution End IP Address: distribution. The end IP address from which DHCP server ends IP address

Leased Time(h): Validity period of the IP address obtained. 2. Click Save to save your configurations. DHCP Client List Click DHCP Client List to view the list of the clients with allocated DHCP service.

4.4 System Tools

4.4.1 Settings 1) Click Backup to back up the current settings of the router after selecting a save path.

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2)

Click Update to update routers current settings after entering a full path of the file in the interface or selecting a backup file through browse.

Notice! After restoring the default settings, you need to reboot the router to activate this modification. 4.4.2 System Log 1) Click System Log to display the following page.

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3)

Click View System Log to display the following page.

3)

Click Configure System Log to display the following page.

Log: Enable; DisableLog Level: Select the required level, Debugging by default. Display Level: Error by default.Mode: Local by default. If you select Remote or Local/Remote, the system transmits the log UDP packets to your log server. 4) Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

4.4.3 SNMP Agent SNMP is the abbreviation for Simple Network Management Protocol, it can monitor devices status and set the parameters using the SNMP Client software, Router can also automatically send trap information to the management host to report their state.
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If you do not use SNMP to manage the network or you do not know whether it is necessary to run SNMP, then do not enable it. Select the "System Tool SNMP Agent" menu to enter the following interface:

Read Community: Set the key for reading Routers information. Write Community: Set the key for modifying Routers setting. Trap Manager IP: Set the host IP address that receives Trap information. Click Save/Apply to save the settings. 4.4.4 Internet Time Click Internet Time. System will automatically synchronize with the Internet time server if you check to enable Automatically synchronize with the Internet time server. And the following page will appear:

4.4.5 Access Control Service 1) 2) Click Access Control and you can enable or disable FTP/HTTP/ICMP/SNMP/SSH/TELNET/TFTP on the following page. Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

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IP Addresses 1) Click IP Addresses and you can add/delete the existing items.

Access Control Mode: Enable; Disable. When you enable it, the permitted IP addresses can access the management page through Internet. 2) Click Add to enter an IP address. System only allows the IP addresses permitted by you to access the management page.
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3)

Click Save/Apply to bring your configurations into effects.

Passwords 1) Click Passwords to display the following page. Here, you can modify the password for login to the Management page.

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Software Upgrade To upgrade software, click Browse to select an upgrade file and then click Update Software.

Save/Reboot Click Save/Reboot to reboot the device to bring your configurations into effects. ADSL connection will be automatically cut before reboot.

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Appendix A Cabling
Network cables connect PCs in an Ethernet network Category 5, also called "Cat5" for short, which is a commonly used type of network cable today. Cat 5 cables are tipped with RJ-45 connectors, which fit into RJ-45 port.

Straight-through vs. Crossover Cables:

LAN Connection:

Check to see the LEDs light up after you connected two pieces of hardware.

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