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manual are for references only, as the upgrading of
software and hardware, there will be changes. And if there
are changes, Tenda is not responsible for informing in
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Brief Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction ............................................................. 1
1.1 Product Features .......................................................... 1
1.2 Applications................................................................... 2
1.3 Package Contents......................................................... 3
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation .............................................. 4
2.1 Front Panel LED Indication ........................................... 4
2.2 Operating Environment ................................................. 5
2.3 Hardware Installation Steps .......................................... 5
Chapter 3 Configuration Guide................................................ 7
3.1 Log in ............................................................................ 7
3.2 Wizard........................................................................... 8
3.3 Running Status............................................................ 10
3.4 Quick configuration Wizard ......................................... 12
3.5 Advanced Config......................................................... 12
3.6 WLAN Setting ............................................................. 14
3.7 DHCP Server .............................................................. 17
3.8 Virtual Server .............................................................. 19
3.9 Security Setting........................................................... 22
3.10 Routing Table ............................................................ 28
3.11 System Tool............................................................... 30

Instruction Manual Wireless Broadband Router

Chapter 1 Introduction
Thank

you

for

choosing

Wireless

Broadband

(TWL541R/542R/542R+/543R/543R+/108R/108R+).

Router
This

series
Wireless

Broadband Router is a cost-effective IP Sharing Router that enables


multiple users to share the Internet through an ADSL or cable modem.
Simply configure your Internet connection settings in the Wireless
Broadband Router and connect your PC to the LAN port then you're ready
to access the Internet. As your network grows, you can connect another hub
or switch to the router's LAN ports, allowing you easily expand your network.
Our Wireless Broadband Router provides a total solution for the Small and
Medium-sized Business (SMB) and the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO)
markets, giving you an instant network today, and the flexibility to handle
tomorrow's expansion and speed.

1.1 Product Features


z Wireless Access Point, Router, 4-port Switch and Firewall, 4-in1
solution;
542R+/543R+/108R+ support detachable antenna;
z Transmission
108Mpbs),

rate

up

to

54Mbps(TWL108R/108R+,support

54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6Mbps

or

1/5.5/2/1Mbps

Auto-Fallback;
z Support

IEEE802.11g,

IEEE802.11b,

IEEE802.3a

IEEE802.3u

standard;(TWL108R/108R+, support Super G mode)


z Support CSMA/CA, CSMA/CD, TCP/IP, PPPoE, DHCP, ICMP, NAT
protocol;
z One 10/100M auto-sense port for the connection to WAN;
z Four 10/100M auto-sense ports for the connection to LAN;Support
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xDSL/Cable MODEM for fixed or dynamic IP;
z Long distance transmissionindoor up to 100m,max 300m outdoor;and
TWL108R/R+ up to 850mLimited by the enviroment.
z Remote Web Management;
z Support

64/128

bit

WEP

,WPA

WPA2

encryption

security

authentication protocol;
z Multi-Channel Roaming;
z Support 802.11b/802.11g auto-accommodated mode or setting by
manual;
z Auto MDI/MDIX functions;
z Support Win2000/WinXP, Linux, Novell, Mac Operation System;
z Support SSID broadcast control and access control based on MAC
address;
z Support UPnP, DDNS function;
z Provide system security log, recording the operation status;
z Support internal users filter function at access to the internet
z Support virtual server, DMZ host;
z Internal Firewall, Prevent Hacker Attack;

1.2 Applications
TWL541R/542R/542R+/543R/543R+/108R/108R+ is designated for
the fast Ethernet, economical choice, and reliable quality, catering for
the following applications:
z

Ideal meet up with the demand of more extensive area in the office, or
factory ,

Ideal meet up with the area that need Non-cable or frequently Routing
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server shifting required, such as Square, airport, and hot-spot
sightseeing area.
z

Easy install required for some special circumstances, such as


Construction zone, Temple, and Remote Scenery surveillance

To avoid expensive cable and installation charges in the residential


area, SOHO carrier.

1.3 Package Contents


Carefully open the enclosure and pay attention to find the following items
enclosed, if it's no included, please demand for them or call us if need.
z

54M Wireless Broadband Router

Power adapter

Instruction manual

Fast Installation Guide

Installation CD-R

QC Pass certificate

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Chapter 2 Hardware Installation


2.1 Front Panel LED Indication
LED

Description

POWER
Twinkle
SYS
Light

WAN

Light

WLAN

Twinkle

LAN(1/2/3/4)

Light
Twinkle

Power Indication
Indicating that the wireless part are
working
Indicating connection have
established with wireless device
Indicating correct connection of WAN
port
Indicating the radio signal is right
Indicating correct connection of LAN
ports
Indicating transmitting or receiving data

Rear Panel Interface

Description

LAN 10/100

Connect to 10/100BaseT Ethernet or

4 Ports

Connect to HUB/switch
Notice: If you press RESET more than 7

RESET

seconds, all you data you have set up


will be changed to the factory default.

WAN

Connect to ADSL or Cable MODEM

AC9V

AC9V/1.0A Power Jack

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2.2 Operating Environment


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Ethernet and wireless networking available

Twist-cable connects the LAN port with the Local Network Area
(LAN)'s PC terminals, for wireless Series Adapter, please refer to
the users manual.

XDSL/Cable Model or broadband inlet the outer internet services


to the Port WAN of this device.

IE5.5 ,Netscape 6.1 or higher

Support Windows, Linux, Netware Platform,which complied with


TCP/IP protocol.

Lay down the device horizonly

Keep it away from any heat sources.

Keep it dry away from dust, moisture

2.3 Hardware Installation Steps


1)

Please connect the LAN port of ADSL/CABLE Modem to the WAN port
of the Wireless Broadband RouterWAN LED Indicator light when
properly connected .

2)

Please connect the LAN port of Wireless Broadband Router to


Hub/Switch. (LAN LED Indicator light when properly connected).

3)

Please connect your computer to Hub/Switch or connect your computer


to the LAN port by Ethernet cables directly.

4)

You can connect wireless router by wireless LAN adapters. To do that


please search the wireless router through the configuration software of
wireless LAN adapter or WINDOWS XP s Search the available
wireless network function and establish the connection with the
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wireless router.
The follow is the network topology:

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Chapter 3 Configuration Guide


3.1 Log in
After connecting the wireless router with PC, please click Internet
Explore and input http://192.168.0.1 (The default IP of the router) then
the following login screen will appear .The default user name and
password all admin

Fig 1
If this page doesnt appear, please check your PC as following;

Please check your PC to make sure if there are WinGate, SyGate


software etc. If so, please delete such software(s);

Please change the Internet browser settings of tools-internet


optional-connection as Never Dial Up and uncheck all the 3 options of
LAN settings;

Make sure that the IP address 192.168.0.1 isnt occupied by other PC


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of the LAN;

Please change the your PCs IP address as 192.168.0.2~254 and


Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: 192.168.0.1 or set your
computer as obtain IP address automatically. If your user name and
password are right, the following screen will appear;

Fig 2
There are ten tabs: Running Status, Wizard, Advanced Config, WLAN
Setting, DHCP Server, Virtual Server, Security Setting, Routing Table,
System Tool, and Logout;

3.2 Wizard
The wizard section is designed to get you using the wireless router as quick
as possible. In this part you are required to fill in only the information
necessary to access the internet. Once you click on the Wizard, you should
see the screen as below.

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Fig 3

In the section you should select one of three types of connection that to
connect your wireless router to your ISP;
1 Select PPPoE if your ISP requires the PPPoE protocol to connect you to
the Internet(Your ISP should provide all the information required in this
section).
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User Name: Please fill in the ADSL User Name provided by your ISP.

Password: Please fill in the ADSL password provided by your ISP.

If you access internet by dynamic IP, you can obtain IP address from the
ISP automatically.

3 If you access internet by static IP, namely you have the fixed IP address
provided by your ISP, you need fill in the following:
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IP address: The ISP give you an IP address connected to the WAN.

Subnet mask: The ISP gives you a Subnet mask connected to the
WAN.

Gateway: Please fill in the gateway provides by your ISP.

Please fill in the DNS server provide by your ISP.

Standby DNS server: Options, If your ISP give you two DNS server,
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you can fill in its IP address of the other DNS.
Click Next when you finished the configuration above.

Fig 4
Note: You must reboot your router to make the settings effective
after you save the settings.

3.3 Running Status


This section shows the running status.

Fig 5-1

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Fig 5-2

Fig 5-3
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WAN Port Status


This section displays the current status, including Link Status, WAN IP
address, Subnet mask, Gateway, DNS, Second DNS, and Link Type..

LAN Port Status


This section displays LAN ports IP address, Subnet mask, DHCP
Server, NAT and Firewall Status.

Information
This section displays the Running Time,sytem Time,Client
Count,Firmware and Hardware version .

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3.4 Quick configuration Wizard


Please refer to 3.2 Wizard

3.5 Advanced Config


3.5.1 LAN Setting
This section configure the basic LANs parameters.

Fig 6
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MAC Address: The MAC address of this router in the LAN,


Unchangable.

IP address: The IP address of this router in the LAN. The default


setting is: 192.168.0.1.You can change it according to your
requirement.
Note: If you change this IP address, you must use the changed IP
address when you log in this router next time ,and all default
gateway of the LANs PCs must be set

the

same as the IP

address otherwise all PCs will fail access internet.


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Subnet mask: The Subnet mask of this router in the LAN. The default
setting is 255.255.255.0

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3.5.2

WAN Setting
You can change the setting parameters of WAN. The screen will
change according to the difference ways to access internet.

Fig 7

3.5.3

MAC Address Clone

Fig 8
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This section can copy the MAC address of the current masters
computer into the MAC address of the WAN port(or you can change
it by hand),If you are not very clear how to fill in the MAC address of
the WAN, youd better use this function.(At this stage, to share an
ISP account, if your ISP have registered the Masters Mac Address
only.)

3.5.4

DNS

Fig 9
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Select Enable: the setting of this DNS will take effect.

DNS Address: To add the DNS IP address provided by your ISP

Secondly DNS Address: Optional, If your ISP give you two DNS server,
you can fill this in the other IP address of the DNS

3.6 WLAN Setting


3.6.1

Basic Setting
This section config the basic wireless network parameter.

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Fig 10
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SSID: The Service Set Identifier in the wireless LAN. Only the clients
who pass the identity validation can access the wireless network.

Wireless mode: 802.11b802.11g or Mixed can be selected

Channel: Select the appropriate channel from the list provided to


correspond with your network settings.

Disable SSID: If you do not want to broadcast the Router's SSID,


please select this, otherwise, your wireless clients will detect the SSID
broadcast by the Router, and can associate with.

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3.6.2 Wireless Security Config

Fig 11
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Security Options: disable, or using WEP ,WPA ,WPA2 or


WPA_WP2_Mixed Encryption type.

WEP Setting: if you select WEP, the WEP setting will take effective.

Authentication: You can select Open System which allow any access
or Shared Key based on the WEP encryption mechanism.

Encryption Length: 64 bit or 128 bit.

If you select 64 bit please enter 10 Hexadecimal Digits or 5 ASCII


Characters. The 128 bit Key must be 26 Hexadecimal digits or 13
ASCII Characters

You only can select one effective key but you can save 4 keys.
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Key: Please enter key here and pay attention to the size and effective
scope.

WPA Type:You can select AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), TKIP


(Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) types for WPA.

WPA2 Type:You can select AES type for WPA2.

WPA(WPA2) Key: Please enter key here and pay attention to the size
and Effective scope.

Key life:Please make a period of validity for your key.

3.6.3 Wireless Status


This can shows the linked clients status:including the MAC address,
Operating Mode,Running Status, etc.

Fig 12

3.7 DHCP Server


3.7.1 DHCP Server Config

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Fig 13
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DHCP Server: If you select Enable, The DHCP function will take
effective.

IP Pool Starting Address: The starting IP address automatically


assigned by DHCP server.

IP Pool Ending Address: The Ending IP address automatically


assigned by DHCP server.

Lease Time: setting the available time for the IP address assigned by
DHCP.
Note: Before use the DHCP function, make sure of all TCP/IP setting
have been setup as Automatically Obtain IP address.

3.7.2

DHCP Client List


The DHCP Client List can fix the specified MAC .Namely, The DHCP
Client List assign relevant IP address for appointed MAC address.

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Fig 14
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IP Address: Please enter the IP address of corresponding LAN.

MAC AddressPlease enter the MAC address of corresponding LAN.


When you finish the setting above, please add and save it.

3.8 Virtual Server


There are 4 items in this manual: Just click one of them, you can set
the relevant function.

3.8.1 Virtual Server


The virtual server defines a service port, all the service access
demand to this port will be reorientated to the server of LAN
designated by IP address.

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Fig 15
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Server Port: The service port to the WAN provided by the router.

IP Address: The IP address of the computer working as the server in


LAN.

Enable: Only you select this item the rules setting by this Device can
take effective.

There are some ports of common protocol. You can select one of them
and then select a series number in the ID and click ADD, and then the
port will be added automatically into the List. You also can add the
ports by manual which arent listed on the common service port.
Note: If you configure a virtual (Service port: 80), you need configure the
Remote WEB Management of Wireless Security Configure to other
Ports such as 8080, otherwise there will be a conflict. This function will
take effective after the wireless router reboot.
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3.8.2 DMZ Host

Fig 16

Please enter the IP address of the computer which will work as DMZ
Host in the DMZ Host IP address and then select Enable and click
Save to save the setting.

3.8.3 UPnP Setting


This Device has been designated to compatible with the Most
advanced uPnP, (universal plug and Play), this function will be
required the terminals installed Windows XP/ME (Directx 9.0) upper or
other software that support uPnP, with this uPnP, the Visual server in
the LAN, can apply routing request to authorize a remote terminals
(not in the Local area) to access into the Visual server at the certain
circumstances.

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Fig 17

3.8.4 UPnP Port table


When you start UPnP function, please clickRefresh then you can
see some port switch information.

Fig 18
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Remote Host: The description of the remote Host which


receives or transmits response.

Public Port: The port of the router for UpnP.

Private Host Description of private host.

Private Port The port of the private host.

Protocol Display TCP or UDP protocol.

Duration Time responding.

Comment UpnP Map info.

3.9 Security Setting


There are 7 sub menus of Client Filter, URL Filter, MAC Address Filter,
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Prevent Network Attack, Remote Web Management, WAN Port Ping
and Special Application Filter under the Security Setting menu.
3.9.1 Client Filter
You can control access to some ports of the Internet of computers in
the LAN by data packet filter function.

Fig 19
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Enable client filter:Enable the data package arisen in the following


table is forbidden allowed to pass but others will be allowed to pass.

IP Please fill in the IP address of the controlled computer in the LAN.


Blank means controlling all computers in the LAN. You can choose an
IP address scope.

Please fill in the TCP/UDP port. Blank means control all service ports.
You can choose a port scope.

Type: Select the protocol of packet blocked (ALL includes TCP/UDP).

Duration: To input the starting and ending time of the filter rule
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Enable: Enable this filter rule.

Save: Click to finish and save setting.


E.g. if you want to forbid the computer (IP address: 192.168.0.7) to
browse websites during 8:00-16:00 and block the computer with IP
192.168.0.8 receiving emails ,you can configure the filter list as below:

Fig 20

3.9.2 URL Filter


Use the URL filter to manage computers in LAN for the accessibility to
certain websites in specified time.

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Fig 21
z
z

Enable URL Filter.: turn on/off this function

IP: Input the IP of the computer in LAN to be managed, or leave it


blank to control all computers, or an IP range to manage a group of
computers.

URL String: Input full or part of the domain name to be filtered or leave
it blank to prohibit accessing any website.

All computers in LAN

with designated IP as above can not access to the websites containing the
URL string.
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Enable: To enable the URL filter.

Save: To save the settings.


Note: You may restart your client utility, or run net stop
discalced in its MSDOS window to have the settings effective, due
to the DNS cache function of Windows

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3.9.3 MAC Address Filter
For better management of the computers in LAN, you can use MAC
Address Filter to manage the accessibility to internet.
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Mac Filter: Select enable to activate it.

Filter Rule:

To select Filter out or Accept for disable/enable the set

MAC address to access the wireless network.


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MAC address: Input the MAC address of the computer to be managed.

Comment: Input the brief description of the computer.

Action: Add the MAC address of the computer accessing the router
into the MAC address list.

Save: Save the settings.


e.g.: If you have all the computers except the computer with MAC
address 00:05:5D:5C:80:4E access internet, you can set the MAC
address filter table as below.

Fig 22

3.9.4 Prevent Network Attack


Prevent Network Attack: System start prevent network attack when
enabled. The bandwidth is limited when network attack is monitored,
and you can find the IP address of the host that launched the attack by
click System Log tab of System Tool.
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Fig 23

3.9. 5 Remote Web Management


This part is the setting of the web management port or router and the IP
address of the computer in WAN that will remote manage the router.

Fig 24
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Enable: To enable remote web management.

IP Address: The IP addresses of the computer in WAN that will


remote web manage the router.

Port: The port of the router for the remote web management.

Note:
1.

The default remote management port of the router is 80. In case


the port is changed (e.g. 8080), to log in the router for remote web
management, you should type URL as IP:port (i.e. http://
192.168.0.1:8080).
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2.

The default IP of the computer that conducts the remote web


management is 0.0.0.0, which means no computer can log in to
remote manage the router. In case the default IP is changed (i.e.
218.88.93.33), only the computer with the designated IP
(218.88.93.33) can log in and remote manage the router.

3.9.6 WAN PING


Ignore Ping data from WAN Port: Computer in WAN cannot ping this
router while computer in LAN.

Fig 25

3.9.7 Special Application Filter


Enable this function to block the usage of MSN and QQ.

Fig 26

3.10 Routing Table


Click the submenus Routing Table and Static Route of the menu
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Routing Table to configure respectively.

3.10.1 Routing Table


This section displays the system routing table info.

Fig 27

3.10.2 Static Routing Table

Fig 28
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Destination LAN IP: IP or IP range of the host(s) to access.

Subnet Mask: Input subnet mask, normally 255.255.255.0.

Gateway: The IP address of the router or host to transmit


packet to.

Action: Click Add to make the settings effective.

Note:
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1.

The IP of gateway should be in the same network segment of WAN


or LAN.

2.

The subnet mask should be 255.255.255.255 when the destination


IP is the IP of a host.

3.

The subnet mask should mate the destination IP when it is an IP


segment, e.g. subnet mask 255.0.0.0 for destination IP 10.0.0.0,
and 255.255.255.0 for destination IP 10.1.2.0.

3.11 System Tool


There are eight option items under the System Tool menu: Time,
Dynamic DNS, Backup/Restore, Upgrade, Restore Factory, Reboot,
Change Password, and Log.

3.11.1 Time
This page set system time of router; you can set the time or obtain
standard GMT time from internet;

Fig 29
When shut the router power, the time information will lose and router will
obtain GMT time automatically. Your must connect internet to obtain GMT
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time or set time in this page so the time restriction of other function for
example can go into effect.

3.11.2 Dynamic DNS


Register your domain name with a DDNS service provider, input your
registered user ID and password, and then you can access your local server
with your registered domain name through this router.

Fig 30
3.11.3 Backup/Restore
In this section you can backup current setting or restore previous setting
Backup/Restore Steps:
1. Download a TFTP service program from our website or internet, save it to
a fixed folder and run it.
2. Input the IP address of the computer running TFTP.
3. Click Backup to generate a system setting backup file within the same
directory of TFTP.
4. When restore, we can upload the system setting backup file to the same
directory of TFTP, and click Restore, system will recover to previous
settings after reboot.
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Fig 31

3.11.4 Upgrade
You will obtain new function by upgrading router firmware. Select the
firmware file and TFTP Server; click Upgrade till system restart
automatically.
The following steps for sharing the Upgrade services:
1.

Use IE link to www.tenda.cn, download the latest version of the


software or firmware.

2.

Appoint one Port in the Local area Network as a TFTP server; use
the WinRAR to unpack the software to the Default directory of the
TFTP.

3.

Type the IP address of the Terminals into the TFTP server.

4.

Enter to Upgrade

5.

After completed, the Router will reboot itself, and thats show
successful upgraded.

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Figure 32

Noted that while in the upgrade period of the firmware or new


software, please mind preventing Power break, or turned-off,that will
result in a deadly hurt to the device. After the upgrade completed,
please reboot the device, the total period will take about several
minutes, please be waiting patiently.

3.11.5 Restore Factory Setting


Restore to factory default settings
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Default user ID: admin

Default password: admin

Default IP address: 192.168.0.1

Default subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

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Fig 33
After restore factory default settings, reboot the router to make
the settings effective.

3.11.6 Reboot Router


Rebooting router will make the changed setting effective. Before
rebooting, the router will disconnection with ADSL automatically.

Fig 34

3.11.7 Change Log Password


This section modifies the user name and password of the system
administrator.
Please fill in your original user name and password and then enter your new
user name and password, then click Save.

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Fig 35
Note: For security, it is strongly recommend that you change the
initial user name and password.
3.11.8 System Log
You can find the system record here and check whether there is network
attack.

Fig 36
Clear Log: To delete System log info.

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