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ZXHN H168N

Home Gateway

Maintenance Management Manual


Version: V3.1

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Revision History
Revision No.

Revision Date

Revision Reason

R1.0

2014-03-03

First edition

Serial Number: SJ-20140220172310-002


Publishing Date: 2014-03-03 (R1.0)

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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Declaration of RoHS Compliance ................................................................. I
Chapter 1 Safety Precautions.................................................................... 1-1
Chapter 2 Overview .................................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Product Introduction ........................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 Packing List ....................................................................................................... 2-1
2.3 Product Features................................................................................................ 2-2
2.4 Interfaces and Buttons........................................................................................ 2-2
2.5 Indicators........................................................................................................... 2-3
2.6 Technical Specifications...................................................................................... 2-5

Chapter 3 Configuration Preparation ....................................................... 3-1


3.1 Configuring TCP/IP ............................................................................................ 3-1
3.2 Login to the ZXHN H168N Device ....................................................................... 3-2

Chapter 4 ZXHN H168N Home Page ......................................................... 4-1


Chapter 5 Internet....................................................................................... 5-1
5.1 Describing the Internet Status ............................................................................. 5-1
5.2 WAN ................................................................................................................. 5-2
5.2.1 Configuring DSL....................................................................................... 5-2
5.2.2 Configuring 3G........................................................................................5-11
5.2.3 Configuring 4in6 Tunnel Connection ........................................................ 5-13
5.2.4 Configuring 6in4 Tunnel Connection ........................................................ 5-14
5.3 QoS ................................................................................................................ 5-16
5.3.1 Configuring QoS Global Configuration ..................................................... 5-16
5.3.2 Configuring QoS Classification ................................................................ 5-17
5.3.3 Configuring QoS Congestion Management .............................................. 5-19
5.3.4 Configuring QoS Traffic Policing .............................................................. 5-21
5.3.5 Configuring QoS Traffic Shaping ............................................................. 5-22
5.4 Security ........................................................................................................... 5-23
5.4.1 Configuring Firewall Level....................................................................... 5-23
5.4.2 Configuring Filter Criteria ........................................................................ 5-24
5.4.3 Configuring Local Service Control ........................................................... 5-28
5.4.4 Configuring ALG .................................................................................... 5-31
5.4.5 Configuring DMZ .................................................................................... 5-31
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5.4.6 Configuring Port Forwarding ................................................................... 5-32


5.4.7 Configuring Port Trigger.......................................................................... 5-34
5.5 Configuring DDNS............................................................................................ 5-36
5.6 Configuring SNTP ............................................................................................ 5-37
5.7 Configuring Port Binding ................................................................................... 5-38
5.8 Configuring Dynamic Routing............................................................................ 5-39
5.9 Mulitcast .......................................................................................................... 5-40
5.9.1 Configuring IGMP................................................................................... 5-40
5.9.2 Configuring MLD .................................................................................... 5-41

Chapter 6 Local Network ........................................................................... 6-1


6.1 Describing the Local Network Status ................................................................... 6-1
6.2 WLAN ............................................................................................................... 6-2
6.2.1 Configuring WLAN Basic Settings ............................................................. 6-2
6.2.2 Configuring WLAN Advanced.................................................................... 6-5
6.2.3 WMM ...................................................................................................... 6-7
6.3 LAN................................................................................................................... 6-8
6.3.1 Configuring LAN Management-IPv4........................................................... 6-8
6.3.2 Configuring LAN Management-IPv6..........................................................6-11
6.4 Route .............................................................................................................. 6-15
6.4.1 Configuring Route-IPv4 .......................................................................... 6-15
6.4.2 Configuring Route-IPv6 .......................................................................... 6-18
6.5 Configuring FTP ............................................................................................... 6-22
6.6 UPnP .............................................................................................................. 6-22
6.7 Configuring DMS.............................................................................................. 6-23
6.8 Samba Service................................................................................................. 6-25
6.9 Configuring DNS .............................................................................................. 6-26

Chapter 7 Management & Diagnosis ........................................................ 7-1


7.1 Describing the Management & Diagnosis Status .................................................. 7-1
7.2 Configuring Account Management....................................................................... 7-2
7.3 Configuring Login Timeout .................................................................................. 7-3
7.4 System Management.......................................................................................... 7-4
7.4.1 Configuring Device Management............................................................... 7-4
7.4.2 Upgrading Firmware ................................................................................. 7-5
7.4.3 Managing User Cconfiguration .................................................................. 7-6
7.5 Performing Mirror Configuration .......................................................................... 7-7
7.6 Configuring TR-069 ............................................................................................ 7-8
7.7 Managing Log ...................................................................................................7-11
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7.8 Configuring Dongle Management ...................................................................... 7-12


7.9 Diagnosing the Diagnosis ................................................................................. 7-12
7.10 ARP Table...................................................................................................... 7-15
7.11 MAC Table ..................................................................................................... 7-16
7.12 IPv6 Management .......................................................................................... 7-16

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Table ...............................................................................................................V
Glossary .......................................................................................................VII

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About This Manual


Purpose
The ZXHN H168N is a VDSL2 user access device that supports multiple transmission
modes. In addition, the ZXHN H168N provides broadband Internet service and enterprise
network access service through high-speed xDSL access mode.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
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Network planning engineer


Installation debugging engineer
On-site maintenance engineer
System maintenance engineer
Data configuration engineer

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter

Summary

1, Safety Precautions

Introduces the safety precautions for this device.

2, Overview

Describes the product packing list, product features, interfaces


and indicators, and technical specifications.

3, Configuration Preparation

Describes the hardware connection, TCP/IP configuration, and


login procedure.

4, ZXHN H168N Home Page

Describes the home page of ZXHN H168N.

5, Internet

Describes the Internet configuration.

6, Local Network

Describes the Local Network configuration.

7, Management & Diagnosis

Describes the Management & Diagnosis configuration.

Conventions
ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
Typeface

Meaning
Note: Provides additional information about a particular topic.
Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result
in moderate injury, equipment damage, or interruption of minor services.

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Declaration of RoHS
Compliance
To minimize the environmental impact and take more responsibility to the earth we live,
this document shall serve as formal declaration that the ZXHN H168N manufactured by
ZTE CORPORATION is in compliance with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European
Parliament - RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect to the following
substances:
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Lead (Pb)
Mercury (Hg)
Cadmium (Cd)
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))
PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBBs)
PolyBrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)

The ZXHN H168N manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION meets the requirements of EU 2002/95/EC;
However, some assemblies are customized to client specifications. Addition of specialized,
customer-specified materials or processes which do not meet the requirements of EU 2002/95/EC
may negate RoHS compliance of the assembly. To guarantee compliance of the assembly, the
need for compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION in written form. This
declaration is issued based on our current level of knowledge. Since conditions of use are outside
our control, ZTE CORPORATION makes no warranties, express or implied, and assumes no liability
in connection with the use of this information.

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Chapter 1

Safety Precautions
Before using the device, read the following safety precautions. ZTE bears no liability to
the consequences incurred by violation of the safety instructions.
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Read the user manuals before using the device.


Pay attention to all the cautions in the user manuals and on the product.
To avoid fire or product damage, do not use accessories that are not related to this
product.
Use the power adapter delivered with the device.
Do not place the device under the direct sunlight.
Keep distance from the surroudning items for heat dissipation.
Do not put anything on the device.
Keep the device dry, clean, and well-ventilated.
In thunder days, disconnect the device from the power supply to avoid thunder attack.
Use soft and dry cloth to clean the device. Do not use liquid or spray to clean the
device. Before cleaning the device, disconnect the power supply.
Keep the air vent clean. Anything that dropping down into the device through the air
vent may cause short circuit and lead to device damage or fire.
Keep any liquid away from the device surface.
Do not open the shell of the device, especially when the device is powered ON.

Environmental Information
The equipment you purchased has required the extraction and use of natural resources
for its production. It may contain substances that are hazardous to peoples health and to
the environment. To avoid putting such substances into our environment and to reduce
pressure on our natural resources, we ask that you reuse or recycle your end-of-life
equipment by using an accredited electronics take-back system.
The symbols below indicate that this product should be reused or recycled and not simply
discarded. Please locate and use an appropriate reuse and recycling site.
If you need more information on collection, reuse and recycling systems, contact your local
or regional waste administration. You may also contact your equipment provider for more
information on the environmental performances of these products.

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Chapter 2

Overview
Table of Contents
Product Introduction ...................................................................................................2-1
Packing List................................................................................................................2-1
Product Features........................................................................................................2-2
Interfaces and Buttons ...............................................................................................2-2
Indicators ...................................................................................................................2-3
Technical Specifications .............................................................................................2-5

2.1 Product Introduction


The ZXHN H168N is a DSL subscriber access device. The ZXHN H168N adopts computer
network and broadband network access technologies to build a household network center,
which interconnects network devices at your home to access the Internet through the
high-speed DSL or 3G access mode.
The ZXHN H168N features four 10/100Base-T Ethernet user interfaces, one USB
interface, WAN access interface and the wireless access function that complies with the
IEEE 802.11b/g/n standard. It provides users with diversified, personalized, convenient,
comfortable, safe, and efficient services.

2.2 Packing List


After opening the ZXHN H168N packing box, make sure that it contains the following
components, as listed in Table 2-1.
Table 2-1 Packing List
Component Name

Count

ZXHN H168N

Splitter

Power Adapter

RJ-45 network cable

RJ-11 telephone cable

User Manual

CD

Optional

The components included in the package depends on the actual delivery.


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2.3 Product Features


The ZXHN H168N supports the following features:
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Four 10 Mbps/100 Mbps Ethernet interfaces


DHCP server functions
IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi up to 300 Mbps
USB 2.0 for shared storage or 3G Dongle
Compatible with all the Internet standard applications
Standard and compatible DSL interface
Virtual server, IP address filter, and DMZ function
System configuration in web mode
Software upgrade through download from ZXHN H168N web-based configuration
mode
Four DSL upstream modes: ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, and VDSL2
PPPoE, IPoE, and DHCP sessions, supporting up to five sessions totally
Robust remote management - TR069
RIP v1, RIP v2, and NAT protocol
DLNA applications.
QoS functions.
IGMP and IPTV functions.
IPv4 and IPv6 functions.

2.4 Interfaces and Buttons


Figure 2-1 shows the ZXHN H168N interfaces and buttons.
Figure 2-1 Interfaces and Buttons

Table 2-2 lists the description of the ZXHN H168N Interfaces and Buttons.
Table 2-2 Interfaces and Buttons
Interface/Button

Description

On/Off

Power button, to power on or power off the device.


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Interface/Button

Description

WPS

WiFi Protected Setup.

WLAN

WLAN button, used to switch on/off WLAN.

Reset

Reset button, which can restore the factory default settings when pressed for
more than 5 seconds in power-ON state.

Power

Power jacket. It is connected to the power adapter.

LAN1LAN4

RJ-45 port. It is used to connect the modem to computer or other network


devices.

DSL

RJ-11port. Using the telephone line to connect the modem with the VDSL2
cable or splitter.

USB

USB port, to connect printer, USB storage or 3G adapter.

The WPS/WLAN button and USB interface is on a side of the ZXHN H168N.

2.5 Indicators
Figure 2-2 shows the ZXHN H168N Indicators on the Front Panel.
Figure 2-2 Indicators on the Front Panel

Table 2-3 lists the Indicators on the Front Panel.


Table 2-3 Indicators on the Front Panel
Indicator

Color

Status

Description

Power

OFF

The device is powered OFF.

Red

ON

The device is powered ON but fails to work


properly.

Green

ON

The device is powered ON and works


properly.

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Indicator

Color

Status

Description

DSL

OFF

The device is powered OFF or the line has


no signal.

Green

Flashing

The DSL connection tries synchronization


and training.

ON

The DSL connection is in synchronization


state.

Internet

OFF

The device is powered off or the DSL


connection is not synchronized.

Green

Flashing

There is upstream or downstream data flow


passing through the end-user device.

LAN1LAN4

ON

The WAN connection is established.

Red

ON

The WAN connection is not established.

OFF

The Ethernet port is in the noncommunication state.

Green

ON

The Ethernet port is in the communication


state.

Flashing

Ethernet interface is receiving or sending


data.

WLAN

USB

OFF

Radio signal is off.

Green

Flashing

User data is going through WLAN interface.

ON

WLAN interface is ready to work.

OFF

The USB interface is not connected.

Green

Flashing

There is data going through the USB


interface.

ON

The USB interface is connected but no data


is going through.

WPS

OFF

No terminal is connected to the gateway


through the WPS function.

A terminal is connected to the gateway


through the WPS function for more than
two minutes.

Green

Flashing quickly

A terminal tried to connect to the gateway


through the WPS function but failed.

Flashing slowly

No terminal is connecting to the gateway


through the WPS function.

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Indicator

Color

Status

Description

ON

A terminal is connected to the gateway


through the WPS function for less than two
minutes.

2.6 Technical Specifications


Table 2-4 lists the ZXHN H168N Technical Specifications.
Table 2-4 Technical Specifications
Item

Specification

Rated current

1A

Rated voltage

12 V DC

Working temperature

0 40

Working humidity

5% 95% (non-condensing)

Storage humidity

5% 95%

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Configuration Preparation
Table of Contents
Configuring TCP/IP ....................................................................................................3-1
Login to the ZXHN H168N Device ..............................................................................3-2

3.1 Configuring TCP/IP


This procedure introduces how to configure TCP/IP for the ZXHN H168N device
configuration.
To ensure that the ZXHN H168N device accesses the Internet successfully, confgure the
computer address in the same network segment as the ZXHN H168N address.
The default network settings for the ZXHN H168N are as follows:
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IP address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.1.1

Steps
1. Configure TCP/IP.
a. In Local Area Connection Properties dialog box, select Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP).
b. Click Properties to open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box.
c.

In the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box, select Use the
following IP address. Set IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway.
For example, set the IP address to 192.168.1.7, the subnet mask to
255.255.255.0, and the default gateway to 192.168.1.1.

d. Click OK.

Note:
The settings may change with the network requirements. However, perform the
steps above at the first time.

2. Check the TCP/IP settings.


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You can use the Ping command to check the connection between the computer and
ZXHN H168N device.
If pinging the device fails, verify the following:
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The Ethernet cable between the ZXHN H168N device and the computer is not
correctly connected.
The ZXHN H168N device is not powered on.
The network adapter driver is not correctly installed on the computer.
The TCP/IP settings on the computer are not correctly configured.

End of Steps

3.2 Login to the ZXHN H168N Device


This procedure introduces how to log in to the ZXHN H168N device by using the web
browser.
The ZXHN H168N provides the web-based configuration mode. You can configure and
manage the device through the web browser. Different users have different configuration
rights, as listed in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1 User Rights
Role

User Name and Password

Right

Administrator

User name: admin

The administrator has the privileges to

Password: admin

configure all the parameters in the Web


configuration pages.

User

User name: user

The common user can perform the

Password: user

following operation:
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View the device or network


information

Modify the user name and password

Enable or disable WLAN

WLAN SSID Settings

And so on.

Prerequisite
Before logging in to the ZXHN H168N device, make sure that:
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The computer is correctly connected to the ZXHN H168N device.


The TCP/IP settings of the computer are configured correctly.

Steps
1. Open the Internet Explorer.
2. Type http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar and press the Enter key. The login
page is displayed, see Figure 3-1.
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Figure 3-1 Login Page

3. In the Username and Password text boxes, type the user name and password (by
default, both are admin).
4. Click Login.
The default home window is displayed, see Figure 3-2. On the left navigation tree,
click to perform the corresponding configurations.
Figure 3-2 Home Page

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Note:
The Web configuration pages may vary with the software versions. The configuration
pages for the administrator and user accounts are different. The administrator account
is used as an example in this manual.

End of Steps

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ZXHN H168N Home Page


The section describes the home page of ZXHN H168N.

Steps
1. On the navigation tree, click Home. The device information is displayed, see Figure
4-1.
Figure 4-1 Home page

2. The ZXHN H168N homepage`s parameters listed in Table 4-1.


Table 4-1 Home Page Parameters Description
Parameter

Description

Setting

WAN Setting

Displaying the DSL connection

Click WAN Setting to do to

configuration.

the page of DSL connection.

Enable the firewall function.

Click Firewall to configurate

Firewall

the firewall.
WLAN Setting

Enable the WLAN connection.

Click WLAN Setting to


configurate WLAN basic
settings.

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Parameter

Description

Setting

LAN Setting

Displaying the LAN connection

Click LAN Setting to

of each PC.

go to the page of LAN


Management-IPv4.

USB

Indicates the connection

status of the USB port.

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Internet
Table of Contents
Describing the Internet Status ....................................................................................5-1
WAN ..........................................................................................................................5-2
QoS .........................................................................................................................5-16
Security ....................................................................................................................5-23
Configuring DDNS....................................................................................................5-36
Configuring SNTP ....................................................................................................5-37
Configuring Port Binding...........................................................................................5-38
Configuring Dynamic Routing ...................................................................................5-39
Mulitcast...................................................................................................................5-40

5.1 Describing the Internet Status


The section describes the status of Internet. The relevant information of Internet status
shown as below.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Status to go to the Internet
Status page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-1 Internet Status

2. The relevant information of Internet status includes DSL Link Information, DSL
Connection Status, Mobile Network, 3G Connection Status, 4in6 Tunnel and
6in4 Tunnel.

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3. Click Refresh to refresh the information.


End of Steps

5.2 WAN
5.2.1 Configuring DSL
This page provides the parameters of DSL connection configuration function.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > WAN > DSL to go to the DSL
page, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-2 Configuring DSL

Creation and Configuration of DSL Connection


2. Click The Creation & Configuration of DSL Connection.
3. Click
in Figure 5-3.

to go to the page of creating new DSL connection, as shown

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Figure 5-3 New Item

4. Set parameters on different pages in accordance with the settings of the Type, IP Ver
sion, Link Type, and PPP TransType parameters.

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Figure 5-4 IPv4_PPPoE

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Figure 5-5 IPv4_PPPoA

Figure 5-6 IPv4_IP_DHCP

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Figure 5-7 IPv4-IP-Static

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Figure 5-8 IPv6-IP

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Figure 5-9 IPv6-PPP

Figure 5-10 Bridge Connection_PTM

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Figure 5-11 Bridge Connection_ATM

Table 5-1 lists the New Item parameters.


Table 5-1 New Item parameters
Parameter

Description

Connection Name

Name the connection.

xDSL Transfer Mode

There are two xDSL transfer modes:

VPI/VCI

ATM

PTM

Enter the VPI/VCI values provided by the ISP.


VPI Range: 0 - 255
VCI Range: 0 - 65535

Service Type

ATM QoS used to limit the transmission of uplink traffic.


The options are: CBR, RT-VBR, nRT-VBR, and UBR.

PCB

Peak Cell Rate.

SCR

Sustainable Cell Rate.

MBS

Maximum Burst Size.

Type

The connection type includes Route, and Bridge


Connection.

MTU

Define the maximum transfer unit.

Link Type

There are two link types:


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IP

PPP Transfer Type

PPPoE or PPPoA.

Username/Password

PPPoE/PPPoA user name and password.


They are provided by the ISP.

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Parameter

Description

IP Version

The IP version includes:


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IPv4

IPv6

IPv4/v6

IP Type

Select the IP type when Link Type is IP.

IP Address

The IPv4_Static IP Address.

Subnet Mask

Subnet mask of the device.

Gateway

It is usually the IP address of the ZXHN H168N device


by default.

DNS1DNS3

IP address of the DNS server for static connections. You


can set up to three IP addresses for the server. These IP
addresses are provided by the ISP.

IPv6 Info Get Mode

GUA From

The options are:


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Manual Mode

Auto Mode

Mode of obtaining global address, including SLAAC,


Static and DHCPv6.

GateWay From

Mode for obtaining gateway.


The options are: SLAAC and Static.

DNSv6 From

Mode for obtaining DNS.


The options are:
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SLAAC

Static

DHCPv6

Prefix Delegation From

The mode of prefix delegation.

GUA From Prefix

The prefix of obtaining global address.

NAT Switch

Enable the NAT switch function.


When multiple computers in a LAN share one IP address
to visit the Internet, NAT is used to transfer the private
network address to the public network address of the
WAN port.

VLAN Switch

Enable the VLAN switch function.

5. Click Apply.
Configure the DSL Modulation Parameters
6. Click DSL Modulation Parameters to go to the page of DSL Modulation Parameters,
as shown in Figure 5-12.

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Figure 5-12 DSL Modulation Parameters

7. Configuring DSL Modulation Parameters.


Select the DSL modulation types and click Apply button to apply the changes.

Note:
l
l
l

Click All On to select all DSL modulation types.


Click All Off to cancel all DSL modulation types.
When you select the Bitswap check box, the system can adjust the modulation bit
of an interfered channel to the bit of other channels.

8. Click Apply.
End of Steps

5.2.2 Configuring 3G
This page provides the parameters of the 3G connection configuration function.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > WAN > 3G to go to the 3G
page, as shown in Figure 5-13.

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Figure 5-13 Configuring 3G

2. Click 3G Device Status to view the status of 3G device.


3. Click The Creation & Configuration of 3G Connection to the Creation &
Configuration of 3G Connection page.
4. Click

to create new item, as shown in Figure 5-14.

Figure 5-14 Create New Item

Table 5-2 lists the New Item parameters.


Table 5-2 New Item parameters
Parameter

Description

Connection Name

Name the connection.


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Parameter

Description

PDP Type

There are two PDP types:

APN

IP

PPP

Access Point Name.


Set the communication standard of the access network to
be used.

Dial Number

Dial Number.
Different communication standards have different dial
numbers.

MTU

Define the maximum transfer unit.

Username/Password

The Username/Password of new 3G connection.

Authentication Type

There are three authentication types:

Connection Mode

Auto-disconnected without traffic

Auto

PAP

CHAP

There are two connection modes:


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Always On

On Demand

Setting this parameter when Connection Mode is On


Demand.

NAT Switch

Select on/off NAT switch function.

5. Click Apply.
End of Steps

5.2.3 Configuring 4in6 Tunnel Connection


This page provides the parameters of 4in6 Tunnel configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > WAN > 4in6 Tunnel to go to
the 4in6 Tunnel page, as shown in Figure 5-15.

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Figure 5-15 4in6 Tunnel Connection

2. Click

to create new 4in6 Tunnel.

Table 5-3 lists the New 4in6 Tunnel parameters.


Table 5-3 New 4in6 Tunnel parameters
Parameter

Description

Tunnel Name

Name the new 4in6 Tunnel.

Tunnel Type

4in6 tunnel type.

WAN Connection

Select the WAN connection.

Interface IPv4 Address

Set this parameter if Tunnel Type is set to DS-Lite.


Interface address on the DS-Lite tunnel. The range
defined by RFC is from 192.0.0.2 to 192.0.0.6.

Manual AFTR

Select On/Off Manual AFTR function.

AFTR

Setting this parameter when Manual AFTR in On.

3. Click Apply.
End of Steps

5.2.4 Configuring 6in4 Tunnel Connection


This page provides the parameters of 6in4 Tunnel configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > WAN > 6in4 Tunnel to go to
the 6in4 Tunnel page, as shown in Figure 5-16.
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Figure 5-16 6in4 Tunnel Connection

2. Click

to create new 6in4 Tunnel.

Table 5-4 lists the New 6in4 Tunnel parameters.


Table 5-4 New 6in4 Tunnel parameters
Parameter

Description

Tunnel Name

Name the new 6in4 Tunnel.

WAN Connection

Select the WAN connection.

MTU

Define the maximum transfer unit.

6in4 Tunnel Type

There are two 6in4 Tunnel types:

6in4 Tunnel Configuration

6in4 Prefix

Manual Tunnel

6rd

There are two 6in4 Tunnel configuration types:


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Static

Auto

Setting this parameter when 6in4 Tunnel Configuration


is Static.

IPv4 Mask Length

Setting this parameter when 6in4 Tunnel Configuration


is Static.

6rd Border Relay Address

Setting this parameter when 6in4 Tunnel Configuration


is Static.

Tunnel Remote Address

Setting this parameter when 6in4 Tunnel Type is Manual


Tunnel.

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3. Click Apply.
End of Steps

5.3 QoS
5.3.1 Configuring QoS Global Configuration
The section describes how to configurate QoS Global. QoS provides the parameters of
the QoS configuration function.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > QoS > QoS Global
Configuration to go to the QoS Global Configuration page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-17.
Figure 5-17 QoS Global Configuration

2. Specify the parameters, and then click Apply.

Note:
l
l

Click All On to select all QoS Global configuration.


Click All Off to cancel all QoS Global configuration.

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5.3.2 Configuring QoS Classification


This page provides the parameters of QoS Classification configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > QoS > Classification to go
to the Classification page, as shown in Figure 5-18.
Figure 5-18 Classification

2. Click
Figure 5-19.

to create new QoS Classification, the page as shown in

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Figure 5-19 Create New QoS Classification

Table 5-5 lists the QoS Classification Configuration parameters.


Table 5-5 QoS Classification Configuration for Admin Customized parameters
Parameter

Description

Ingress

Specify the data traffic direction. The Ingress option and


Egress option cannot be the same.
l

If the Ingress is LAN, the Egress should be a WAN or

If the Ingress is a WAN or 3G connection, the Egress

3G connection. The data traffic direction is upstream.


should be the LAN. The data traffic direction is
downstream.
Egress

Specify the data traffic direction. The Ingress option and


Egress option cannot be the same.
l

If the Egress is LAN, the Ingress should be a WAN


connection. The data traffic direction is downstream.

If the Egress is a WAN connection, the Ingress should


be the LAN. The data traffic direction is upstream.

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Parameter

Description

Source MAC Address

Source host MAC address.

802.1p

Specify the 802.1p value to modify the service priority.

L2Protocol

The L2Protocol includes:

IP Version

IPv4

IPv6

ARP

PPPoE

The IP version includes:


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IPv4

IPv6

IPv4/v6

Source IPv6 Address

Source host IPv6 address.

Destination IPv6 Address

Destination host IPv6 address.

Source IP Address

Source host IP address.

Destination IP Address

Destination host IP address.

Traffic Class Check

Range: 0~255

Flow Label

Range: 0~1048575

TOS

Range: 0~255

IP Precedence

Range: 0~7

L3Protocol

The L3Protocol includes:


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TCP

UDP

ICMP

DSCP

DSCP value.

802.1p Re-marking

802.1P identifier value.

DSCP Re-marking

DSCP identifier.

Traffic Police Rule Index

Select traffic police rule index.

Traffic Class

Range: 0~255

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.3.3 Configuring QoS Congestion Management


This page provides the parameters of QoS Congestion Management configuration
features.

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Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > QoS > Congestion
Management to go to the Congestion Management page, as shown in Figure 5-20.
Figure 5-20 Congestion Management

Table 5-6 lists the QoS congestion management parameters.


Table 5-6 QoS congestion management parameters
Parameter

Description

Priority

Queue priority.
Range: 0 ~ 7

Algorithm

Queue algorithm.
l

SP

DWRR

Weight

The weight for the DWRR algorithm.

Traffic Classes

Categorization mechanism.

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


3. Click Watch the statistical Information of QoS queues to open the page of The
Statistical Information of QoS Queues, as shown in Figure 5-21.

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Figure 5-21 The Statistical Information of QoS Queues

4. Click Refresh button to refresh information of QoS queues.


End of Steps

5.3.4 Configuring QoS Traffic Policing


This page provides the parameters of QoS Traffic Policing configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > QoS > Traffic Policing to
go to the Traffic Policing page, as shown in Figure 5-22.
Figure 5-22 Traffic Policing

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Table 5-7 lists the QoS Traffic Policing parameters.


Table 5-7 QoS Traffic Policing parameters
Parameter

Description

MeterType

The MeterType includes:


l

Simple Token Bucket

Simple Rate Three Color

Two Rate Three Color

CommittedRate

Guaranteed rate.

CommittedBurstSize

Buffer size for QoS.

PeakRate

Peak rate.
Burst traffic is allowed, but the rate cannot exceed the
peak rate.

PeakBurstSize

Peak buffer size.

ConformingAction

The ConformingAction includes:


l

Null

DSCPMark

802.1pMark

DSCPMark&802.1pMark

DSCP

Range: 063

802.1p

Specify the 802.1p value to modify the service priority.

PartialConformingAction

The PartialConformingAction includes:


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NonConformingAction

802.1pMark

The NonConformingAction includes:


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Null

Drop

DSCPMark

802.1pMark

DSCPMark&802.1pMark

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.3.5 Configuring QoS Traffic Shaping


This page provides the parameters of QoS Traffic Shaping configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > QoS > Traffic Shaping to
go to the Traffic Shaping page, as shown in Figure 5-23.

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Figure 5-23 Traffic Shaping

Table 5-8 lists the QoS Traffic Shaping parameters.


Table 5-8 QoS Traffic Shaping parameters
Parameter

Description

Interface

This option includes WAN and LAN.

Rate

Committed access rate.

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.4 Security
5.4.1 Configuring Firewall Level
The section describes how to configurate firewall level.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > Firewall to go to
the Firewall page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-24.

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Figure 5-24 Firewall

2. Configuring Firewall Level and Anti-Hacking.


3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
End of Steps

5.4.2 Configuring Filter Criteria


The section describes how to configurate filter criteria.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > Filter Criteria to
go to the Filter Criteria page, as shown in Figure 5-25.

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Figure 5-25 Filter Criteria

Filter Switch & Mode Configuration


2. Configuring Filter Switch & Mode configuration parameters.
Table 5-9 lists the Filter Switch & Mode configuration parameters.
Table 5-9 Filter Switch & Mode configuration parameters
Parameter

Description

MAC Filter

Enable the MAC filter function.


There are two modes:

URL Filter

Black List

White List

Enable the URL filter function.


There are two modes:
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Black List

White List

MAC Filter
3. Click

to open MAC Filter page, as shown in Figure 5-26.

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Figure 5-26 MAC Filter

Table 5-10 lists the MAC Filter parameters.


Table 5-10 MAC Filter parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

The name of the MAC Filter.

Type

The type can be Bridge, Route, or Bridge and Route.

Protocol

The protocol that the MAC filter rule will be applied to.

Source MAC/Destination MAC

MAC address that needs to be filtered.


Both options cannot be null at the same time.

4. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


URL Filter
5. Click

to open URL Filter page, as shown in Figure 5-27.

Figure 5-27 URL Filter

6. Configure the URL Filter parameters.


7. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
IP Filter
8. Click

to open IP Filter page, as shown in Figure 5-28.


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Figure 5-28 IP Filter

Table 5-11 lists the IP Filter parameters.


Table 5-11 IP Filter parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

Name of the IP filter item.


The name must be specified.

Mode

Specify to discard or permit the data packages.

Protocol

Select the protocol that needs to filter packets.


By default, it is TCP.

Source Port Range/Destination Port

Source/Destination source Port.

Range
Source IP Range/Destination IP

Source/Destination destination IP address.

Range
Ingress

Specify the data traffic direction. The Ingress option and


Egress option cannot be the same.
l

If the Ingress is LAN, the Egress should be a WAN


connection. The data traffic direction is upstream.

If the Ingress is a WAN connection, the Egress should


be the LAN. The data traffic direction is downstream.

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Parameter

Description

Egress

Specify the data traffic direction. The Ingress option and


Egress option cannot be the same.
l

If the Ingress is LAN, the Egress should be a WAN or


3G connection. The data traffic direction is upstream.

If the Ingress is a WAN or 3G connection, the Egress


should be the LAN. The data traffic direction is
downstream.

9. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.4.3 Configuring Local Service Control


The section describes how to configurate local service control.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > Local Service
Control to go to the Local Service Control page, as shown in Figure 5-29.
Figure 5-29 Local Service Control

Local Service Control-IPv4


2. Configuring Local Service Control-IPv4 parameters.
Table 5-12 lists the Local Service Control-IPv4 parameters.

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Table 5-12 Local Service Control-IPv4 parameters


Parameter

Description

Name

Name of the Service Control item.


The name must be specified.

Mode

The mode includes the following:

Ingress

Allow

Discard

Specify the data stream inbound direction, and this


parameter must be specified.
l
l

If the Ingress is LAN, the data flow is upstream.


If the Ingress is a WAN or 3G connection, the data
flow is downstream.

IP Address Range

The IP address segment that needs to be filtered.


When the IP segment is null, it refers to all the IP
addresses.

Service Type

Specify the service that is permitted or denied to access.

Service Control-IPv6
3. Click
in Figure 5-30.

to open Service Control-IPv6 page, as shown

Figure 5-30 Service Control-IPv6

Table 5-13 lists the Service Control-IPv6 parameters.


Table 5-13 Service Control-IPv6 parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

Name of the Service Control item.


The name must be specified.

Mode

The mode includes the following: Allow and Discard.


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Parameter

Description

Ingress

Specify the data stream inbound direction, and this


parameter must be specified.
l

If the Ingress is LAN, the data flow is upstream.

If the Ingress is a WAN connection, the data flow is


downstream.

Prefix

IPv6 address prefix.

Service Type

Type Specify the service that is permitted or denied to


access.

4. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


Remote Service Port Control-IPv4
5. Click
Control-IPv4 page, as shown in Figure 5-31.

to open Remote Service Port

Figure 5-31 Remote Service Port Control-IPv4

Table 5-14 lists the Remote Service Port Control-IPv4 parameters.


Table 5-14 Remote Service Port Control-IPv4 parameters
Parameter

Description

HTTP

The remote service port control of HTTP.

FTP

The remote service port control of FTP.

SSH

The remote service port control of SSH.

TELNET

The remote service port control of TELNET.

HTTPS

The remote service port control of HTTPs.

6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

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5.4.4 Configuring ALG


The section describes how to configurate ALG. ALG provides the relevant parameters of
security configuration function.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > ALG to go to the
ALG page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-32.
Figure 5-32 ALG

2. Select the ALG services.


3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.

Note:
l
l

Click All On to select all ALG services.


Click All Off to cancel all ALG services.

End of Steps

5.4.5 Configuring DMZ


The section describes how to configurate DMZ. DMZ provides the parameters of DMZ
configuration features.

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Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > DMZ to go to the
DMZ page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-33.
Figure 5-33 DMZ

Table 5-15 lists the DMZ parameters.


Table 5-15 DMZ parameters
Parameter

Description

DMZ Switch

Enable the DMZ host function.

WAN Connection

WAN connection type.

MAC Mapping

Enable the MAC mapping function.

Host IP

The IP address of the computer or wireless devices at the


LAN side.

MAC Address

The MAC address of the computer or wireless devices


at the LAN side.

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.4.6 Configuring Port Forwarding


This procedure introduces how to confgure Port Forwarding so that a computer from the
external network can access the LAN-side server through the WAN connection. Port
Forwarding provides the parameters of Port Forwarding confguration features.
If you have local servers for different services and you want to make them publicly
accessible, you need to specify the port forwarding policy. With NAT applied, it translates
the internal IP addresses of these servers to a single IP address that is unique on the
Internet.
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To the Internet users, all virtual servers on your LAN have the same IP Address. This IP
Address is allocated by your ISP. This address should be static, rather than dynamic, to
make it easier for Internet users to connect to your servers. However, you can use dynamic
DNS feature to allow users to connect to your virtual servers by using a URL, instead of
an IP address.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > Port Forwarding
to go to the Port Forwarding page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-34.
Figure 5-34 Port Forwarding

2. Configure the Port Forwarding parameters.


Table 5-16 lists the Port Forwarding settings parameters.
Table 5-16 Port Forwarding parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

Virtual host name, which cannot be null.

Protocol

Protocol name, including TCP, UDP, as well as TCP AND


UDP.
The default protocol is TCP.

WAN Connection

WAN connection that is used to access the virtual host.


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Parameter

Description

WAN Host IP Range

IP address segment of the WAN-side hosts.

MAC Mapping

Enable the MAC mapping function and map the MAC


addresses of the LAN-side hosts to a single MAC address.

LAN Host IP

IP address of the LAN-side host.

LAN Host MAC Address

The MAC address of LAN-side host.

WAN Port Range

Port segment of the WAN-side hosts.

LAN Host Start Port/LAN Host End

Port number range of the LAN-side host.

Port

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.4.7 Configuring Port Trigger


The section describes how to configurate Port Trigger.
parameters of Port Trigger configuration features.

Port Trigger provides the

When one port is configured to be the triggering port, if one application uses that triggering
port to setup a connection to the outside, the ZXHN H168N device will forward the outside
connection to the internal forwarding port.
The port triggering is used to protect the ports. The system will not open these ports unless
these ports are triggered.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Security > Port Trigger to
go to the Port Trigger page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-35.

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Figure 5-35 Port Trigger

2. Configure the Port Trigger parameters.


Table 5-17 lists the Port Trigger parameters.
Table 5-17 Port Trigger parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

The name of Port Trigger.

Trigger IP Address

IP address of the computer in the LAN side.

Service Type

The service type of the application, including TCP, UDP,


and TCP AND UDP.
The default service type is TCP.

Trigger Port

The port that the application uses.

Connect Type

The connection type that is used to connect the outside,


including TCP, UDP, and TCP AND UDP.
The default service type is TCP.

WAN Port Range

Specify the port range of the device protocol that the


triggering port maps, that is, the layer-4 port number of
the packets.
Once the device accesses the triggering port, the service
between the start port and end port will be enabled.
The WAN Start Port and WAN End Port must be specified
and meet the following conditions.
l

The end port number is larger than the start port


number.

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Parameter

Description
l

The difference between the end port number and the


start port number is less than nine.

Timeout

The time when no traffic occurs.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.5 Configuring DDNS


The section describes how to configurate DDNS. DDNS provides the parameters of DDNS
configuration function.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > DDNS to go to the DDNS
page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-36.
Figure 5-36 DDNS

2. Configure the DDNS parameters.


Table 5-18 lists the DDNS parameters.
Table 5-18 DDNS parameters
Parameter

Description

DDNS switch

Enable the DDNS function.

Provider

The name of provider.


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Parameter

Description

Provider URL

The URL of provider.If the GNUDIP HTTP is used, the


URL is http://ns.eagleeyes.com.cn/cgi-bin/g
dipupdt.cgi.

Username

DDNS server user name.

Password

DDNS server password.

Domain name

Domain name corresponding to the user.


It takes effect only when the GNUDIP protocol is used.

WAN Connection

WAN connection type.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.6 Configuring SNTP


The section describes how to configurate SNTP. SNTP provides the parameters of SNTP
configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > SNTP to go to the SNTP
page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-37.
Figure 5-37 SNTP

2. Configure the SNTP parameters.


Table 5-19 lists the SNTP parameters.
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Table 5-19 SNTP parameters


Parameter

Description

Time Zone

Time zone.

Primary NTP Server Address

IP address of the primary NTP server.

Secondary NTP Server Address

IP address of the secondary NTP server.

Poll Interval

Interval of time synchronization.


Unit: second

DSCP

Range: 063

Enable Daylight Saving Time

Enable the Daylight Saving Time.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.7 Configuring Port Binding


The section describes how to configurate Port Binding.
parameters of Port Binding configuration features.

Port Binding provides the

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Port Binding to go to the
Port Binding page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-38.
Figure 5-38 Port Binding

2. Select the WAN connection, and select the LAN port or SSID that you want to bind.

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l
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Click All On to select all Port Binding types.


Click All Off to cancel all Port Binding types.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

5.8 Configuring Dynamic Routing


The section describes how to configurate Dynamic Routing. Dynamic Routing provides
the parameters of RIP configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Dynamic Routing to go to
the Dynamic Routing page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-39.
Figure 5-39 Dynamic Routing

Note:
The RIP configuration options vary with the RIP Version value.

RIP
2. Configure the RIP parameters.
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Table 5-20 lists the RIP parameters.


Table 5-20 RIP parameters
Parameter

Description

Enable RIP

To enable RIP.

RIP Version

Range: RIP v1, RIP v2, RIP v1 Compatible.

Authentication Type

The type includes None, Simple test, and MD5.


By default, it is None.

Authentication Key

Range: 116 characters

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


RIPng
4. Click

to open RIPng page, as shoe in Figure 5-40.

Figure 5-40 RIPng

5. Enable the Enable RIPng.


6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
End of Steps

5.9 Mulitcast
5.9.1 Configuring IGMP
The section describes how to configurate IGMP. IGMP provides the parameters of IGMP
configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Multicast > IGMP to go to
the IGMP page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-41.

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Figure 5-41 IGMP

IGMP
2. Enable the IGMP functions.

Note:
l
l

Click All On to select all IGMP functions.


Click All Off to cancel all IGMP functions.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


IGMP WAN Connection
4. Click
shown in Figure 5-42.

to open IGMP WAN Connection page, as

Figure 5-42 IGMP WAN Connection

5. Configuring WAN Connection.


6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
End of Steps

5.9.2 Configuring MLD


The section describes how to configurate MLD. MLD provides the parameters of MLD
configuration features.
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Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Internet > Multicast > MLD to go to
the MLD page.
The page as shown in Figure 5-43.
Figure 5-43 MLD

MLD Mode
2. Enable the MLD Mode.

Note:
l
l

Click All On to select all MLD functions.


Click All Off to cancel all MLD functions.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


WAN Connection
4. Click
in Figure 5-44.

to open MDL WAN Connection page, as shown

Figure 5-44 MLD WAN Connection

5. Configuring WAN Connection.

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6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


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Local Network
Table of Contents
Describing the Local Network Status ..........................................................................6-1
WLAN ........................................................................................................................6-2
LAN............................................................................................................................6-8
Route .......................................................................................................................6-15
Configuring FTP .......................................................................................................6-22
UPnP .......................................................................................................................6-22
Configuring DMS ......................................................................................................6-23
Samba Service.........................................................................................................6-25
Configuring DNS ......................................................................................................6-26

6.1 Describing the Local Network Status


The section describes the status of Local Network. The relevant information of Internet
status shown as below.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > Status to go to the
Local Network Status page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-1.
Figure 6-1 Local Network Status

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2. The relevant information of Local Network status includes LAN Status, WLAN Status,
WLAN Client Status, LAN Client Status and USB Stroage Status.
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6.2 WLAN
6.2.1 Configuring WLAN Basic Settings
The section describes how to configurate WLAN Basic Settings. WLAN Basic Settings
provides the parameters of WLAN Basic Settings configuration features.
The ZXHN H168N provides the following access authentication modes:
l Open System
Authentication is not needed. Any client with a wireless network card can connect to
the wireless access point.
l

Shared Key
This mode provides WEP encryption.

WPA-PSK
WPA-PSK is a version of WPA. It uses the pre-shared key. WPA-PSK is similar with
WEP but it is securer. The data is encrypted before transmission.

WPA2-PSK
It is the second version of WPA-PSK.

WPA/WPA2-PSK
It is a hybrid authentication mode.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > WLAN > WLAN Basic
to go to the WLAN Basic page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-2.

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Figure 6-2 WLAN Basic Settings

WLAN Global Configuration


2. Configure the WLAN Global Configuration parameters.
Table 6-1 lists the WLAN Global Configuration parameters.
Table 6-1 WLAN Global Configuration parameters
Parameter

Description

Wireless RF Mode

Select On to enable the wireless RF function.

Channel

The default is Auto.

Mode

Select the wireless RF transmission mode.

SSID Isolation

Select On, and the wireless clients with the different SSIDs
can not access each other.

Country/Region

Select the country or region.

Band Width

There are three options: AUTO, 20 Mhz and 40 Mhz.


The default is 20 Mhz.

SGI

Enable this option to increase the traffic flow.

Beacon Interval

Time interval for the wireless device to broadcast the SSID


information. Keep the default value.

Transmitting Power

Select the transmitting power as required.

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Parameter

Description

QoS Type

There are three QoS types:

RTS Threshold

Disable

WMM

SSID

Specify the request to send threshold for a packet. When a


packet exceeds this value, the device sends the RTS value
to the destination point for negotiation. The default is 2347.

DTIM Interval

Range: 1 5
Default: 1

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


WLAN SSID settings
4. Click WLAN SSID settings.
The page as shown in Figure 6-3.
Figure 6-3 WLAN SSID settings

5. Configure the WLAN SSID setting parameters.


Table 6-2 lists the WLAN SSID setting parameters.
Table 6-2 WLAN SSID setting parameters
Parameter

Description

SSID Name

The name of SSID.

SSID Hide

Hide the SSID information to prevent illegal users.


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Parameter

Description

Encryption Type

Select Encryption Type.

WPA Passphrase

Range: 8 ~ 63 characters

Enable SSID Isolation

Enable SSID isolation.


The wireless clients with the same SSID can not access
each other.

Maximum Clients

Range: 1 - 32

Priority

Queue priority.
Range: 1 ~ 8

Note:
The WLAN Basic Settings configuration options vary with the Encryption type value.

6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

6.2.2 Configuring WLAN Advanced


The section describes how to configurate WLAN Advanced. WLAN Advanced provides
the parameters of WLAN Advanced configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > WLAN > WLAN
Advanced to go to the WLAN Advanced page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-4.

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Figure 6-4 WLAN Advanced

Acess Control-Mode Settings


2. Select the WLAN SSID type.
3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
Acess Control-Rlue Settings
4. Configure the Acess Control-Rlue Setting parameters.
5. Click Acess Control-Rlue Setting to the page of Acess Control-Rlue Setting
configuration.
The page as shown in Figure 6-5.
Figure 6-5 Acess Control-Rlue Setting

6. Configure the Acess Control-Rlue Setting parameters.


Table 6-3 lists the Acess Control-Rlue setting parameters.
Table 6-3 Acess Control-Rlue setting parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

The name of Acess Control Item.


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Parameter

Description

Choose SSID

Choose the SSID to configure the ACL.

MAC Address

The MAC address of the wireless device.

7. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

6.2.3 WMM
The section describes how to configurate WMM.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > WLAN > WMM to go
to the WMM page, as shown in Figure 6-6.
Figure 6-6 WMM

Table 6-4 lists the WMM parameters.


Table 6-4 WMM parameters
Parameter

Description

AC

Access Category.

AIFSN

Arbitration Inter Frame Space Number.

ECWMin/ECWMax

Exponent of Contention Window.

TXOP

Transmission Opportunity.

Qlength

The queue size valule.


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Description

SRL

A short retry counter.

LRL

A long retry counter.

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

6.3 LAN
6.3.1 Configuring LAN Management-IPv4
The section describes how to configurate LAN Management-IPv4.
LAN
Management-IPv4 provides the parameters of LAN Management-IPv4 configuration
features.
The relevant information of Internet status includes Allocated Address, DHCP Server,
DHCP Binding and Port Control-DHCP.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > LAN > IPv4 to go to
the LAN Management-IPv4 page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-7.
Figure 6-7 LAN Management-IPv4

Allocated Address
2. Click Allocated Address.
3. Click Refresh to refresh the informations.
DHCP Server
4. Click DHCP Server.
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The page as shown in Figure 6-8.


Figure 6-8 DHCP Server

5. Configure the DHCP Server parameters.


Table 6-5 lists the DHCP Server parameters.
Table 6-5 DHCP Server parameters
Parameter

Description

DHCP Server

Select On to let the device work as a DHCP server and


assign IP addresses to the client PCs or wireless devices.

LAN IP Address

The IP address of LAN.

Subnet Mask

Subnet mask of the device.

DHCP Start IP Address

The start IP address of the DHCP address pool.

DHCP End IP Address

The end IP address of the DHCP address pool.

Gateway

It is usually the IP address of the ZXHN H168N device


by default.

Assign IspDNS

Select On to let the Assign IspDNS work.

Primary DNS

IP addresses of the DNS server1, provided by the ISP.

Secondary DNS

IP addresses of the DNS server2, provided by the ISP.

Lease Time Mode

The mode of Lease Time.

Custom Lease Time

The time during which the client PCs use the IP addresses
assigned by the DHCP server.
After the lease time expires, the private IP address will be
available for assigning to other network devices.
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The DHCP Server configuration options vary with the Lease Time Mode value.

6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


DHCP Binding
7. Click DHCP Binding.
The page as shown in Figure 6-9.
Figure 6-9 DHCP Binding

8. Configure the DHCP Binding parameters.


Table 6-6 lists the DHCP Binding parameters.
Table 6-6 DHCP Binding parameters
Parameter

Description

Name

The name of the DHCP Binding.

MAC Address

The MAC address of the DHCP Binding.

IP Address

IP address of the DHCP Binding.

9. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


Port Control-DHCP
10. Click Port Control-DHCP.
The page as shown in Figure 6-10.

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Figure 6-10 Port Control-DHCP

11. Configure the Port Control-DHCP parameters.


12. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
End of Steps

6.3.2 Configuring LAN Management-IPv6


The section describes how to configurate LAN Management-IPv6. IPv6 provides the
parameters of LAN Management-IPv6 configuration features.
The relevant information of Internet status includes Allocated Address, DHCP Server,
Prefix Management, Port Control-DHCPv6&RA and RA Service.

Prerequisite
Before configuring the prefix delegation, make sure that the prefix delegation is enabled
for the specified IPv6 WAN connection.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > LAN > IPv6 to go to
the IPv6 page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-11.

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Figure 6-11 LAN Management-IPv6

Allocated Address
2. Click Allocated Address.
3. Click Refresh to refresh the informations.
DHCP Server
4. Click DHCP Server.
The page as shown in Figure 6-12.
Figure 6-12 DHCP Server

5. Configure the DHCP Server parameters.


Table 6-7 lists the DHCP Server parameters.
Table 6-7 DHCP Server parameters
Parameter

Description

LAN IPv6 Address

The address of LAN.

DHCP Server

Select On to let the device work as a DHCP server and


assign IP addresses to the client PCs or wireless devices.
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Parameter

Description

DNS Refresh Time

The time during which the client PCs use the IP addresses
assigned by the DHCP server.
After the lease time expires, the private IP address will be
available for assigning to other network devices.

6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


Prefix Management
7. Configuring Prefix Management.
The page as shown in Figure 6-13.
Figure 6-13 Prefix Management

Port Control-DHCPv6&RA
8. Click Port Control-DHCPv6&RA.
The page as shown in Figure 6-14.
Figure 6-14 Port Control-DHCPv6&RA

9. Select the LAN interface or SSID on which you want to disable the DHCP function.

Note:
l
l

Click All On to select all IPv6 DHCP Service-Port Control types.


Click All Off to cancel all IPv6 DHCP Service-Port Control types.

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10. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


RA Service
11. Click RA Service.
The page as shown in Figure 6-15.
Figure 6-15 RA Service

12. Configure the RA Service parameters.


Table 6-8 lists the RA Service parameters.
Table 6-8 RA Service parameters
Parameter

Description

Min Retry Interva

Minimum retry interva.

Max Retry Interva

Maximum retry interva.

Managed flag.
Select this check box to enable the connected devices to
obtain the IPv6 address through DHCP IPv6.

Other configure flag.


Select this check box to enable the connected devices to
obtain DNS address through DHCP IPv6.

13. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

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6.4 Route
6.4.1 Configuring Route-IPv4
The section describes how to configurate Route-IPv4.
parameters of Route-IPv4 configuration features.

Route-IPv4 provides the

The gateway needs to be configured for the Static mode interface or IPoA mode interface
during static routing configuration.
The gateway does not need to be configured for the PPPoA mode interface or PPPoE
mode interface during static routing configuration.
The relevant information of Internet status includes Routing Table, Default Routing,
Static Routing, and Policy Routing.

Prerequisite
Before configuring static routing, make sure that the IPv4 WAN connection is created.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > Route > IPv4 to go
to the Route-IPv4 page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-16.
Figure 6-16 Route-IPv4

Routing Table
2. Click Routing Table.
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3. Click Refresh to refresh the informations.


Default Routing
4. Click Default Routing.
The page as shown in Figure 6-17.
Figure 6-17 Default Routing

5. Configure the WAN Interface parameters.


6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
Static Routing
7. Click Static Routing.
The page as shown in Figure 6-18.
Figure 6-18 Static Routing

8. Configure the Static Routing parameters.


Table 6-9 lists the Static Routing parameters.
Table 6-9 Static Routing parameters
Parameter

Description

Entry Name

The name of Static routing entry.


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Parameter

Description

WAN Interface

WAN connection for static routing

Network Address

Destination network address.

Subnet Mask

Subnet mask.

Gateway

Gateway of the network segment which the network


interface belongs to.

9. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


Policy Routing
10. Click Policy Routing.
The page as shown in Figure 6-19.
Figure 6-19 Policy Routing

11. Configure the Policy Routing parameters.


Table 6-10 lists the Policy Routing parameters.
Table 6-10 Policy Routing parameters
Parameter

Description

Entry Name

The name of Policy routing entry.

WAN Interface

WAN connection for policy routing

Source IP

Source IP address.

Source Mask

Source mask of the network segment.

Destination IP

Destination IP address.

Destination Mask

Destination mask of the network segment.


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Description

Protocol

The protocol includes the following:


l

TCP

UDP

ICMP

ANY

Source Port

Source port number.

Destination Port

Destination port number.

Source MAC

Source MAC address.

Note:
The Policy Routing configuration options vary with the Protocol value.

12. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

6.4.2 Configuring Route-IPv6


The section describes how to configurate Route-IPv6.
parameters of Route-IPv6 configuration features.

Route-IPv6 provides the

The relevant information of Internet status includes Routing Table, Default Routing,
Static Routing, and Policy Routing.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > Route > IPv6 to go
to the Route-IPv6 page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-20.

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Routing Table
2. Click Routing Table.
3. Click Refresh to refresh the informations.
Default Routing
4. Click Default Routing.
The page as shown in Figure 6-21.
Figure 6-21 Default Routing

5. Configure the WAN Interface parameters.


6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
Static Routing
7. Click Static Routing.
The page as shown in Figure 6-22.

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Figure 6-22 Static Routing

8. Configure the Static Routing parameters.


Table 6-11 lists the Static Routing parameters.
Table 6-11 Static Routing parameters
Parameter

Description

Entry Name

The name of Static routing entry.

WAN Interface

WAN connection for static routing

Prefix

The prefix is consistent with the network segment of the


IPv6 interface.

Gateway

Gateway of the network segment which the network


interface belongs to.

9. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


Policy Routing
10. Click Policy Routing.
The page as shown in Figure 6-23.

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Figure 6-23 Policy Routing

11. Configure the Policy Routing parameters.


Table 6-12 lists the Policy Routing parameters.
Table 6-12 Policy Routing parameters
Parameter

Description

Entry Name

The name of Policy routing entry.

WAN Interface

WAN connection for policy routing

Source IP

Source IP address.

Destination IP

Destination IP address.

Protocol

The protocol includes the following:


l

TCP

UDP

ANY

Source Port

Source port number.

Destination Port

Destination port number.

Source MAC

Source MAC address.

Note:
The Policy Routing configuration options vary with the Protocol value.

12. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


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6.5 Configuring FTP


The section describes how to configurate FTP. FTP provides the parameters of FTP
configuration features.

Prerequisite
Before configuring FTP application, make sure a USB storage device is connected to the
ZXHN H168N device.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > FTP to go to the FTP
page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-24.
Figure 6-24 FTP

2. Select On to enable FTP Server, and specify other parameters.


3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
End of Steps

6.6 UPnP
This page provides the parameters of UPnP configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > UPnP to go to the
UPnP page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-25.

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Figure 6-25 UPnP

Table 6-13 lists the UPnP parameters.


Table 6-13 UPnP parameters
Parameter

Description

IPv4 WAN Connection

IPv4 WAN connection for UPnP.

Advertisement Period

Time period that the UPnP device sends an announcement


packet.
If the UPnP device does not send any announcement
packets during this period, it indicates that the device is
invalid.
By default, the period is 30 minutes.

Advertisement Time To Live

The TTL for the advertisement. The advertisement will be


abandoned after it has been transferred for the specified
times by the routers. The default value is 4.

IPv6 WAN Connection

IPv6 WAN connection for UPnP.

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

6.7 Configuring DMS


The section describes how to configurate DMS. DMS provides the parameters of DMS
configuration features.
DMS is a multimedia server defined in DLNA protocol, which uses UPnP protocol to search
and categorize the local media files or photos, and provide VOD services for the DMP.
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If the DMS function in enabled on the ZXHN H168N device, any client that supports UPnP
function can use the specified DMP (for example, windows media player) to watch the
media files or photos stored in the USB storage device.
The version of the windows media player used for DMS function must be 11 or later, or the
OS must be vista or Win 7. To enable the DMP function in OS of earlier version, special
tools, such as Intel(R) Tool for UPnP(TM) Technology or Twonky Media Manager must be
installed.

Prerequisite
l
l

The UPnP function is enabled.


The USB device is connected to the ZXHN H168N device.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > DMS to go to the
DMS page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-26.
Figure 6-26 DMS

2. Enable the DMS function, and specify the path storing the media files.

Note:
By default, the media source is /mnt, that is the root directory of the USB device. You
can change the root directory to other directory of the USB storage device.
The DMS configuration options vary with the Library Rescan Method value.

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3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

6.8 Samba Service


This page provides the parameters of Samba configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > Samba Service to
go to the Samba Service page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-27.
Figure 6-27 Samba Service

Table 6-14 lists the Samba Service parameters.


Table 6-14 Samba Service parameters
Parameter

Description

Samba Service

Select enable the Samba service.

Host Name

The name of Samba host.

Anonymous

Enable the Anonymous.

Samba Username/Password

The Username/Password of user.

2. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

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6.9 Configuring DNS


The section describes how to configurate DNS. DNS provides the parameters of DNS
configuration features.
The relevant information of Internet status includes Domain name, Host Name and DNS
Relay.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Local Network > DNS to go to the DNS
page.
The page as shown in Figure 6-28.
Figure 6-28 DNS

Domain name
2. Type the Domain name.
3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
Host Name
4. Click Host name.
The page as shown in Figure 6-29.

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Figure 6-29 Host Name

5. Type the host name in the Host Name text box and the IP Address in the IP Address
text box.
6. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
DNS Relay
7. Click DNS Relay.
The page as shown in Figure 6-30.
Figure 6-30 DNS Relay

8. Type the IP address of the DNS server assigned by the ISP.


9. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
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Management & Diagnosis


Table of Contents
Describing the Management & Diagnosis Status ........................................................7-1
Configuring Account Management..............................................................................7-2
Configuring Login Timeout..........................................................................................7-3
System Management .................................................................................................7-4
Performing Mirror Configuration .................................................................................7-7
Configuring TR-069 ....................................................................................................7-8
Managing Log ..........................................................................................................7-11
Configuring Dongle Management .............................................................................7-12
Diagnosing the Diagnosis.........................................................................................7-12
ARP Table ................................................................................................................7-15
MAC Table ...............................................................................................................7-16
IPv6 Management ....................................................................................................7-16

7.1 Describing the Management & Diagnosis Status


The section describes the status of Management & Diagnosis. The relevant information of
Management & Diagnosis status shown as below.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Status
to go to the Status page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-1.

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Figure 7-1 Status

2. Click Refresh to refresh the information.


End of Steps

7.2 Configuring Account Management


This procedure introduces how to manage the user accounts and rights.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Account
Management to go to the Account Management page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-2.
Figure 7-2 Account Management

Telecomadmin Account Management


2. Confgure the Telecomadmin Account Management parameters.
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Table 7-1 lists the Telecomadmin Account Management parameters.


Table 7-1 Telecomadmin Account Management parameters
Parameter

Description

Username

The user name for the administrator privilege.


The default user name of the administrator privilege is
admin, which cannot be modified.

Old Password

The default passwords for the Administrator is admin.

New Password

Specify the new password.

Confirmed Password

Confirm the new password.

Admin Account Managenent


3. Click Admin Account Managenent to open Admin Account Managenent page, as
shown in Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-3 Admin Account Managenent

4. Configure the Admin Account Management parameters.


Table 7-2 lists the Admin Account Management parameters.
Table 7-2 Admin Account Management parameters
Parameter

Description

Username

The user name for the user privilege.


The default user name of the user privilege is user, which
can be modifed.

New Password

Specify the new password.

Confirmed Password

Confirm the new password.

5. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

7.3 Configuring Login Timeout


This procedure introduces how to configure the login timeout.
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Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Login
Timeout to go to the Login Timeout page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-4.
Figure 7-4 Login Timeout

2. Specify the time in the Timeout text box.


3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
End of Steps

7.4 System Management


7.4.1 Configuring Device Management
This procedure introduces how to reboot the device or restore the factory default settings.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > System
Management > Device Management to go to the Device Management page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-5.

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Figure 7-5 Device Management

2. On this page, you can perform the following operations:


l Click Reboot to reboot the ZXHN H168N device.
l Click Restore the default to restore the factory default settings.
End of Steps

7.4.2 Upgrading Firmware


This procedure introduces how to upgrade Firmware.

Caution!
Generally, the software is upgraded by the ZTE CORPORATION engineers. If the user
wants to upgrade the Firmware, contact the local office of ZTE CORPORATION to obtain
the latest Firmware version.

Prerequisite
Before upgrading software, make sure that the upgrade file is ready.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > System
Management > Firmware Upgrade to go to the Firmware Upgrade page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-6.

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Figure 7-6 Firmware Upgrade

2. Click Browse to select the upgrade version file.


3. Click Upgrade.

Caution!
The system prompts the upgrade progress. During the upgrade process, do not cut
off the power supply. Otherwise, the device may be damaged.

End of Steps

7.4.3 Managing User Cconfiguration


This procedure introduces how to import or export the user configuration file.
User configuration refers to the customized configuration based on the factory defaults.
The user can configure the device settings based on his own requirements, and the
configuration can be backed up.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > User
Config Management to go to the User Config Management page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-7.

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Figure 7-7 User Config Management

2. On this page, you can perform the following operations:


l Click Backup Configuration to export the user configuration file.
l Click Browse to select the user configuration file, and then click Restore
Configuration to restore the device to the user configuration.

Note:
After the user configuration file is imported, the system will restart.

End of Steps

7.5 Performing Mirror Configuration


This procedure introduces how to perform the mirror configuration.
If the mirror configuration is performed, the packets at the WAN side will be copied to the
specified LAN interface, and it can be used for the network analysis and troubleshooting.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Mirror
Configuration to go to the Mirror Configuration page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-8.

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Figure 7-8 Mirror Configuration

2. Configure the mirror parameters.


Table 7-3 lists the Mirror Configuration parameters.
Table 7-3 Mirror Configuration Parameters
Parameter

Parameter

Name

The name of the Mirror Configuration.

Source

Network-side WAN interface.

Destination

User-side LAN interface.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


End of Steps

7.6 Configuring TR-069


The section describes how to configurate the TR-069. TR-069 provides the parameters of
the TR-069 configuration features.
The relevant TR-069 includes Basic configuration and Certificate Management.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > TR-069
to go to the TR-069 page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-9.

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Figure 7-9 TR-069

Basic configuration
2. Configure the basic TR-069 parameters.
Table 7-4 lists the TR-069 basic parameters.
Table 7-4 TR-069 basic parameters
Parameter

Parameter

ACS URL

The URL of the automatic configuration server that


manages the device.
Default: http://0.0.0.0:9090/web/tr069

Username/Password

User name and password for the ZXHN H168N device to


log in to the automatic configuration server.

Connection Request URL

Connection request URL, which is automatically


generated by the system.

Connection Request User-

User name and password for the TR-069 connection

name/Connection Request Pass-

authentication that the automatic configuration server

word

provides when it logs in to the ZXHN H168N device.

Periodic Inform

Enable the periodic inform function.

Periodic Inform Interval

Periodic inform interval of the device (unit: second).

Authenticating ACS

Enable the TR-069 authenticating ACS.

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Parameter

Parameter

ACS CA Cetrificate Chain

Auto: Automatically select the first chain certifcate


authentication or the second chain certificate
authentication

Authenticating File Server

Chain1: The first chain certifcate authentication

Chain2: The second chain certifcate authentication

Enable the TR-069 authenticating file server.

3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


Certificate Management
4. Click Certificate Management to open Certificate Management page, as shown in
Figure 7-10.
Figure 7-10 Certificate Management

5. Click Browse to select the CA certificate file.

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Note:
The CA certificate is provided by the ISP to the terminal user. It is imported from the
local.

6. Click Import Certificate.


End of Steps

7.7 Managing Log


This procedure introduces how to manage logs.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Log
Management to go to the Log Management page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-11.
Figure 7-11 Log Management

2. Configure the log management parameters.


Table 7-5 lists the Log Management parameters.
Table 7-5 Log Management parameters
Parameter

Parameter

Save Log

Select this option to save logs.

Remote Log

Select this option, and the device regularly sends the log
to the log server.
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3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.


4. (Optional) Click Cancel button to exit without saving.
5. (Optional) Click Clear to clear the logs.
6. (Optional) Click Download Log File to download the log file from the log server.
End of Steps

7.8 Configuring Dongle Management


This page provides the Dongle management configuration features.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Dongle
Management to go to the Dongle Management page, as shown in Figure 7-12.
Figure 7-12 Dongle Management

2. Click Refresh button to refresh information.


End of Steps

7.9 Diagnosing the Diagnosis


The section describes how to diagnosing the Diagnosis.
parameters of the Diagnosis configuration features.

Diagnosis provides the

The relevant Diagnosis includes Ping Diagnosis, Trace Route Diagnosis, PPPoE
Diagnosis and DSL Line Diagnosis.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > Diagnosis
to go to the Diagnosis page.
The page as shown in Figure 7-13.
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Figure 7-13 Diagnosis

Ping Diagnosis
2. Click Ping Diagnosis to open Ping Diagnosis page, as shown in Figure 7-17.
Figure 7-14 Ping Diagnosis

3. Type the host IP address or host name in the IP Address/Host Name text box, select
the WAN/LAN connection from the Egress drop-down list.
4. Click Diagnosis to diagnose the connection, and the system will display the following
diagnosis results.
Trace Route Diagnosis
5. Click Trace Route Diagnosis.
The page as shown in Figure 7-15.

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Figure 7-15 Trace Route Diagnosis

6. Type the IP address or host name in the IP Address/Host Name text box, select one
WAN connection, specify the Maximum Hops, Wait time, and Protocol.
7. After the configuration, click Diagnosis.
PPPoE Diagnosis
8. Click PPPoE Diagnosis.
The page as shown in Figure 7-16.
Figure 7-16 PPPoE Diagnosis

9. Select one PPPoE connection.


10. Click Diagnosis to check the PPPoE link.
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DSL Line Diagnosis


11. Click DSL Line Diagnosis.
The page as shown in Figure 7-17.
Figure 7-17 DSL Line Diagnosis

12. Select the Test Type and VPI/VCI.


13. Click Diagnosis to diagnose the connection.
End of Steps

7.10 ARP Table


The relevant information of ARP table is shown as below.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > ARP
Table to go to the ARP Table page, as shown in Figure 7-18.

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Figure 7-18 ARP Table

2. Click Refresh button to refresh information.


End of Steps

7.11 MAC Table


The relevant information of MAC table is shown as below.

Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > MAC
Table to go to the MAC Table page, as shown in Figure 7-19.
Figure 7-19 MAC Table

2. Click Refresh button to refresh information.


End of Steps

7.12 IPv6 Management


This page provides IPv6 switch function.

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Steps
1. On the main page of the ZXHN H168N, select Management & Diagnosis > IPv6
Management to go to the IPv6 Management page, as shown in Figure 7-20.
Figure 7-20 IPv6 Management

2. Select enable IPv6 Switch function.


3. Click Apply button to apply the changes.
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Figure 2-1 Interfaces and Buttons ............................................................................. 2-2
Figure 2-2 Indicators on the Front Panel ................................................................... 2-3
Figure 3-1 Login Page .............................................................................................. 3-3
Figure 3-2 Home Page.............................................................................................. 3-3
Figure 4-1 Home page .............................................................................................. 4-1
Figure 5-1 Internet Status ......................................................................................... 5-1
Figure 5-2 Configuring DSL ...................................................................................... 5-2
Figure 5-3 New Item ................................................................................................. 5-3
Figure 5-4 IPv4_PPPoE............................................................................................ 5-4
Figure 5-5 IPv4_PPPoA............................................................................................ 5-5
Figure 5-6 IPv4_IP_DHCP ........................................................................................ 5-5
Figure 5-7 IPv4-IP-Static........................................................................................... 5-6
Figure 5-8 IPv6-IP..................................................................................................... 5-7
Figure 5-9 IPv6-PPP ................................................................................................. 5-8
Figure 5-10 Bridge Connection_PTM ........................................................................ 5-8
Figure 5-11 Bridge Connection_ATM ........................................................................ 5-9
Figure 5-12 DSL Modulation Parameters ................................................................ 5-11
Figure 5-13 Configuring 3G..................................................................................... 5-12
Figure 5-14 Create New Item.................................................................................. 5-12
Figure 5-15 4in6 Tunnel Connection ....................................................................... 5-14
Figure 5-16 6in4 Tunnel Connection ....................................................................... 5-15
Figure 5-17 QoS Global Configuration .................................................................... 5-16
Figure 5-18 Classification ....................................................................................... 5-17
Figure 5-19 Create New QoS Classification ............................................................ 5-18
Figure 5-20 Congestion Management ..................................................................... 5-20
Figure 5-21 The Statistical Information of QoS Queues........................................... 5-21
Figure 5-22 Traffic Policing ..................................................................................... 5-21
Figure 5-23 Traffic Shaping..................................................................................... 5-23
Figure 5-24 Firewall ................................................................................................ 5-24
Figure 5-25 Filter Criteria ........................................................................................ 5-25
Figure 5-26 MAC Filter............................................................................................ 5-26
Figure 5-27 URL Filter ............................................................................................ 5-26
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Figure 5-28 IP Filter ................................................................................................ 5-27


Figure 5-29 Local Service Control........................................................................... 5-28
Figure 5-30 Service Control-IPv6 ............................................................................ 5-29
Figure 5-31 Remote Service Port Control-IPv4 ....................................................... 5-30
Figure 5-32 ALG ..................................................................................................... 5-31
Figure 5-33 DMZ..................................................................................................... 5-32
Figure 5-34 Port Forwarding ................................................................................... 5-33
Figure 5-35 Port Trigger.......................................................................................... 5-35
Figure 5-36 DDNS .................................................................................................. 5-36
Figure 5-37 SNTP................................................................................................... 5-37
Figure 5-38 Port Binding ......................................................................................... 5-38
Figure 5-39 Dynamic Routing ................................................................................. 5-39
Figure 5-40 RIPng .................................................................................................. 5-40
Figure 5-41 IGMP ................................................................................................... 5-41
Figure 5-42 IGMP WAN Connection ....................................................................... 5-41
Figure 5-43 MLD..................................................................................................... 5-42
Figure 5-44 MLD WAN Connection ......................................................................... 5-42
Figure 6-1 Local Network Status ............................................................................... 6-1
Figure 6-2 WLAN Basic Settings............................................................................... 6-3
Figure 6-3 WLAN SSID settings................................................................................ 6-4
Figure 6-4 WLAN Advanced ..................................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-5 Acess Control-Rlue Setting ...................................................................... 6-6
Figure 6-6 WMM ....................................................................................................... 6-7
Figure 6-7 LAN Management-IPv4............................................................................ 6-8
Figure 6-8 DHCP Server ........................................................................................... 6-9
Figure 6-9 DHCP Binding ....................................................................................... 6-10
Figure 6-10 Port Control-DHCP .............................................................................. 6-11
Figure 6-11 LAN Management-IPv6 ........................................................................ 6-12
Figure 6-12 DHCP Server ....................................................................................... 6-12
Figure 6-13 Prefix Management.............................................................................. 6-13
Figure 6-14 Port Control-DHCPv6&RA ................................................................... 6-13
Figure 6-15 RA Service........................................................................................... 6-14
Figure 6-16 Route-IPv4........................................................................................... 6-15
Figure 6-17 Default Routing .................................................................................... 6-16
Figure 6-18 Static Routing ...................................................................................... 6-16

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Figure 6-19 Policy Routing...................................................................................... 6-17


Figure 6-20 Route-IPv6........................................................................................... 6-19
Figure 6-21 Default Routing .................................................................................... 6-19
Figure 6-22 Static Routing ...................................................................................... 6-20
Figure 6-23 Policy Routing...................................................................................... 6-21
Figure 6-24 FTP ..................................................................................................... 6-22
Figure 6-25 UPnP ................................................................................................... 6-23
Figure 6-26 DMS .................................................................................................... 6-24
Figure 6-27 Samba Service .................................................................................... 6-25
Figure 6-28 DNS..................................................................................................... 6-26
Figure 6-29 Host Name........................................................................................... 6-27
Figure 6-30 DNS Relay........................................................................................... 6-27
Figure 7-1 Status ...................................................................................................... 7-2
Figure 7-2 Account Management .............................................................................. 7-2
Figure 7-3 Admin Account Managenent .................................................................... 7-3
Figure 7-4 Login Timeout .......................................................................................... 7-4
Figure 7-5 Device Management ................................................................................ 7-5
Figure 7-6 Firmware Upgrade ................................................................................... 7-6
Figure 7-7 User Config Management ........................................................................ 7-7
Figure 7-8 Mirror Configuration ................................................................................. 7-8
Figure 7-9 TR-069 .................................................................................................... 7-9
Figure 7-10 Certificate Management ....................................................................... 7-10
Figure 7-11 Log Management ................................................................................. 7-11
Figure 7-12 Dongle Management............................................................................ 7-12
Figure 7-13 Diagnosis............................................................................................. 7-13
Figure 7-14 Ping Diagnosis..................................................................................... 7-13
Figure 7-15 Trace Route Diagnosis......................................................................... 7-14
Figure 7-16 PPPoE Diagnosis ................................................................................ 7-14
Figure 7-17 DSL Line Diagnosis ............................................................................. 7-15
Figure 7-18 ARP Table............................................................................................ 7-16
Figure 7-19 MAC Table ........................................................................................... 7-16
Figure 7-20 IPv6 Management................................................................................ 7-17

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Table 2-1 Packing List............................................................................................... 2-1
Table 2-2 Interfaces and Buttons............................................................................... 2-2
Table 2-3 Indicators on the Front Panel..................................................................... 2-3
Table 2-4 Technical Specifications ............................................................................ 2-5
Table 3-1 User Rights ............................................................................................... 3-2
Table 4-1 Home Page Parameters Description.......................................................... 4-1
Table 5-1 New Item parameters ................................................................................ 5-9
Table 5-2 New Item parameters .............................................................................. 5-12
Table 5-3 New 4in6 Tunnel parameters................................................................... 5-14
Table 5-4 New 6in4 Tunnel parameters................................................................... 5-15
Table 5-5 QoS Classification Configuration for Admin Customized
parameters............................................................................................. 5-18
Table 5-6 QoS congestion management parameters............................................... 5-20
Table 5-7 QoS Traffic Policing parameters .............................................................. 5-22
Table 5-8 QoS Traffic Shaping parameters.............................................................. 5-23
Table 5-9 Filter Switch & Mode configuration parameters........................................ 5-25
Table 5-10 MAC Filter parameters .......................................................................... 5-26
Table 5-11 IP Filter parameters ............................................................................... 5-27
Table 5-12 Local Service Control-IPv4 parameters.................................................. 5-29
Table 5-13 Service Control-IPv6 parameters ........................................................... 5-29
Table 5-14 Remote Service Port Control-IPv4 parameters ...................................... 5-30
Table 5-15 DMZ parameters ................................................................................... 5-32
Table 5-16 Port Forwarding parameters .................................................................. 5-33
Table 5-17 Port Trigger parameters......................................................................... 5-35
Table 5-18 DDNS parameters ................................................................................. 5-36
Table 5-19 SNTP parameters.................................................................................. 5-38
Table 5-20 RIP parameters ..................................................................................... 5-40
Table 6-1 WLAN Global Configuration parameters .................................................... 6-3
Table 6-2 WLAN SSID setting parameters ................................................................ 6-4
Table 6-3 Acess Control-Rlue setting parameters ..................................................... 6-6
Table 6-4 WMM parameters...................................................................................... 6-7
Table 6-5 DHCP Server parameters.......................................................................... 6-9
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Table 6-6 DHCP Binding parameters ...................................................................... 6-10


Table 6-7 DHCP Server parameters........................................................................ 6-12
Table 6-8 RA Service parameters ........................................................................... 6-14
Table 6-9 Static Routing parameters ....................................................................... 6-16
Table 6-10 Policy Routing parameters..................................................................... 6-17
Table 6-11 Static Routing parameters ..................................................................... 6-20
Table 6-12 Policy Routing parameters..................................................................... 6-21
Table 6-13 UPnP parameters.................................................................................. 6-23
Table 6-14 Samba Service parameters ................................................................... 6-25
Table 7-1 Telecomadmin Account Management parameters ..................................... 7-3
Table 7-2 Admin Account Management parameters .................................................. 7-3
Table 7-3 Mirror Configuration Parameters................................................................ 7-8
Table 7-4 TR-069 basic parameters .......................................................................... 7-9
Table 7-5 Log Management parameters.................................................................. 7-11

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3G
- The 3rd Generation Mobile Communications
AC
- Access Control
ACL
- Access Control List
ADSL
- Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
AIFSN
- Arbitration Inter-Frame Spacing Number
ALG
- Application Level Gateway
APN
- Access Point Name
ARP
- Address Resolution Protocol
ATM
- Asynchronous Transfer Mode
CA
- Certification Authority
CBR
- Constant Bit Rate
CHAP
- Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
DC
- Direct Current
DDNS
- Dynamic Domain Name Server
DHCP
- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DLNA
- Digital Living Network Alliance
DMS
- Digital Media Server
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DMZ
- Demilitarized Zone
DNS
- Domain Name System
DSCP
- Differentiated Services Code Point
DSL
- Digital Subscriber Line
DTIM
- Delivery Traffic Indication Message
DWRR
- Deficit Weighted Round Robin
FTP
- File Transfer Protocol
GUA
- Global Unicast Address
HTTP
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol
HTTPS
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
ICMP
- Internet Control Message Protocol
IEEE
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IGMP
- Internet Group Management Protocol
IP
- Internet Protocol
IPTV
- Internet Protocol Television
IPoA
- IP over ATM
IPoE
- Internet Protocol over Ethernet
IPv4
- Internet Protocol version 4
IPv6
- Internet Protocol Version 6
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ISP
- Internet Service Provider
LAN
- Local Area Network
LRL
- Long Retry Limit
MAC
- Media Access Control
MD5
- Message Digest 5 Algorithm
MLD
- Multicast Listener Discovery
MTU
- Maximum Transfer Unit
NAT
- Network Address Translation
PAP
- Push Access Protocol
PBB
- Provider Backbone Bridge
PBDE
- Polybrominated Biphenyl Ether
PC
- Personal Computer
PPP
- Point-to-Point Protocol
PPPoA
- Point to Point Protocol over ATM
PPPoE
- Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
PTM
- Packet Transfer Mode
QoS
- Quality of Service
RA
- Routing Area
RIP
- Routing Information Protocol
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RIPng
- Routing Information Protocol next generation
RTS
- Request To Send
RoHS
- Restriction of Hazardous Substances
SCR
- Sustainable Cell Rate
SGI
- Short Guard Interval
SLAAC
- Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
SNTP
- Simple Network Time Protocol
SP
- Signal Processing module
SSH
- Secure Shell
SSID
- Service Set Identifier
TCP
- Transmission Control Protocol
TCP/IP
- Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
TELNET
- Telecommunication Network Protocol
TXOP
- Transmission Opportunity
UBR
- Unspecified Bit Rate
UDP
- User Datagram Protocol
UPnP
- Universal Plug and Play
URL
- Uniform Resource Locator
USB
- Universal Serial Bus
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VCI
- Virtual Channel Identifier
VDSL
- Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line
VDSL2
- Very High Bit Rate Digital Subscriber Line 2
VLAN
- Virtual Local Area Network
VOD
- Video On Demand
VPI
- Virtual Path Identifier
WAN
- Wide Area Network
WLAN
- Wireless Local Area Network
WMM
- Wi-Fi MultiMedia
WPA
- Wi-Fi Protected Access
WPS
- Wi-Fi Protected Setup

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