Intellinet Network Solutions

Intellinet Network Solutions 523615 User Manual

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INT-523608/523615-UM-0307-02

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Section 1: Introduction.........................................................................................

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1.1

Warnings ....................................................................................................

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1.2

Package Contents......................................................................................

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1.3

Features .....................................................................................................

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Section 2: Installation ..........................................................................................

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2.1

Before Installation ......................................................................................

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2.2 Installation ..................................................................................................

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2.3

Indicators and Connections .......................................................................

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2.3.1 Model 523608, 4-Port ..........................................................................

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2.3.2 Model 523615, 8-Port ..........................................................................

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Section 3: Local Computer Setup.......................................................................

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3.1 Windows 2000 Setup .................................................................................

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3.2 Windows XP Setup.....................................................................................

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Section 4: Router Setup......................................................................................

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4.1

Start Internet Explorer to Log In ................................................................

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4.2

PPPoE Configuration .................................................................................

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4.3

Dynamic IP (Cable Modem) Configuration................................................

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4.4

Static IP Configuration ...............................................................................

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4.5

Status..........................................................................................................

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4.5.1 WAN Status..........................................................................................

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4.5.2 LAN Status ...........................................................................................

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4.6

Basic Setup ................................................................................................

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4.6.1 WAN Setup...........................................................................................

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4.6.2 LAN Setup............................................................................................

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4.6.3 Link Setup/Info .....................................................................................

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4.6.4 Routing Table.......................................................................................

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4.6.5 Switch Configuration...........................................................................

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System........................................................................................................

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4.7.1 Administrator Setup .............................................................................

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4.7.2 Firmware Upgrade ...............................................................................

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4.7.3 System Log ..........................................................................................

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4.7.4 Access List ...........................................................................................

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4.7.5 Miscellaneous Configurations..............................................................

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4.8 QoS.............................................................................................................

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4.8.1 Basic Setup ..........................................................................................

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4.8.2 IP QoS..................................................................................................

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4.8.3 Application QoS ...................................................................................

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4.8.4 Ports QoS.............................................................................................

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4.9 NAT.............................................................................................................

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4.9.1 Applications..........................................................................................

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4.9.2 Internal Server......................................................................................

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4.9.3 Port Forwarding....................................................................................

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4.9.4 Port Trigger ..........................................................................................

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4.9.5 NAT On/Off...........................................................................................

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4.10 Advanced Setup.......................................................................................

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4.10.1 Firewall ...............................................................................................

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4.10.2 DDNS .................................................................................................

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4.10.3 WOL (Wake-on LAN).........................................................................

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4.10.4 URL Filter ...........................................................................................

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4.10.5 Remote Management ........................................................................

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4.10.6 Scheduler ...........................................................................................

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4.10.7 VPN ....................................................................................................

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Section 5: Specifications.....................................................................................

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1. INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing the INTELLINET™ NETWORK SOLUTIONS High-Speed Broadband Router. This user manual includes hardware specifications, installation guidelines, configuration guidelines and directions for using the device.

1.1 Warnings

• Only use the power adapter provided by the manufacturer.

• Do not drop the router: It can damage the router’s electronic components.

• Do not disassemble the router: Doing so voids the warranty.

• Avoid extended exposure to sunlight to prevent overheating.

• Keep the router in a dry place and away from heat.

1.2 Package Contents

• High-Speed Broadband Router

• Switching DC Power Adapter (5 V, 1.0 A)

• RJ-45 Ethernet Cable

• User manual

1.3 Features

This High-Speed Broadband Router is a highly integrated device with many functions, such as Gateway, Switch, DHCP server and Firewall.

Network Address Transform (NAT): With the provided Internet application, this device allows more than one user to connect with the Internet at the same time by sharing one public IP address. It supports many connection options: xDSL, cable modem LAN/leased line and so on.

4 Ports 10/100 M Switch: Four 10/100 Mbps ports with MDI/MDI-X support (Auto Uplink, which eliminates the need for using a crossover cable when connecting to a different switch port).

PPPoE (ADSL) Automatic Disconnection/Connection: Users have the option of choosing automatic disconnection based on idle time and re-connect on demand.

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DHCP Server Supported: All of the networked computers can retrieve TCP/IP settings automatically from this device.

Static IP Address Binding: Authorizes users to manage and configure a PC in LAN in most cases by binding the MAC address and IP address together.

System Log: History of all activity.

UPnP: Supports Microsoft’s UPNP (Universal Plug and Play Service). Web-Based Management: The router is easily and conveniently configured by any standard Internet Web browser.

Internet Access Control: Different settings can be set up for different users. Packet Filter: Port filter, IP address filter, MAC address filter, key word filter. Virtual Server: Allows other users from the Internet to access WWW, the FTP server or other servers in the LAN.

QoS (Quality of Service): Allows control of your Internet bandwidth. Set a minimum bandwidth for a certain application, or limit the bandwidth an application can consume. The router features IPand port-based bandwidth control, as well. Scheduler: Manage and control the Internet access for individual users.

DMZ Host: Set up one computer to operate in the Demilitarized Zone without any firewall interference.

Remote Management: Remotely configure the router settings. DDNS: Support for dynamic DNS services, such as www.dyndns.org. Remote Wake-up: Remotely wake up PCs in the LAN.

Support VPN Pass-through: Supports VPN pass-through PPTP traffic. A user connected to the device can establish outgoing connections to remote VPN servers. VPN server: An integrated VPN server allows five simultaneous client connections.

2. INSTALLATION

2.1 Before Installation

First, confirm that your computer has a Java Script-capable Web browser installed.

Make sure that your computer has a LAN card installed and correctly configured for TCP/IP.

If using xDSL, you will need the username and password provided by your ISP. NOTE: If your computer has ADSL PPPoE dial-up software installed, back up your installation software and uninstall your ADSL PPPoE dial-up software before proceeding with the installation.

2.2 Installation

1.Set up the WAN connection: Connect the broadband RJ-45 cable (xDSL, Cable modem or LAN/leased cable) with the WAN port of the router.

2.Set up the LAN connection: Connect your computer’s LAN card port or your switch’s UPLINK port with one LAN port of the router using a common network cable. NOTE: All LAN ports of the router can automatically sense cross cable, so

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straight-through or cross cable can be used to connect the LAN card or switch.

3.Turn on the power by pressing the power button on the back of the router. The device will perform a self test. During the self test, the PWR LED, CPU/RUN LED and LAN port LEDs of connected ports are lit. After the self test, the CPU/RUN LED starts flashing (on-off-on-off).

4.Start the computer.

2.3 Indicators and Connections

2.3.1 Model 523608, 4-Port

LED

Indication

PWR

Continuously lit indicates power to the router.

RUN/CPU Slowly blinking indicates the system is operational after a proper startup.

WAN

Blinking indicates data is being transmitted to/from the Wide Area

 

Network.

1–4

Blinking indicates data is being transmitted to/from the Local Area

 

Network.

Port/Jack Indication

DC 5 V

Connects to the power adapter.

Reset

This can be to restart the router, but all configurations that may have

 

been entered will be restored to the original factory defaults.

WAN

Connects xDSL/cable modem or special cable.

1–4

The LAN ports connect to PCs, hubs, switches and so on.

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2.3.2 Model 523615, 8-Port

LED

Indication

PWR

Continuously lit indicates power to the router.

RUN/CPU Slowly blinking indicates the system is operational after a proper startup.

WAN

Blinking indicates data is being transmitted to/from the Wide Area

 

Network.

1–8

Blinking indicates data is being transmitted to/from the Local Area

 

Network.

RESET

Approx. 5 seconds after pressing to turn on the power, the RUN LED sill

 

blink quickly. Release the RESET button. (After router Reset startup, all

 

configurations will restore to defaults.)

Port/Jack Indication

DC 5 V Connects to the power adapter.

WAN Connects xDSL/cable modem or special cable.

1–8 The LAN ports connect to PCs, hubs, switches and so on.

3. LOCAL COMPUTER SETUP

The High-Speed Broadband Router acts as a DHCP server, which means that it provides IP addresses to all connected computers. By default, Windows, Linux and Mac OS systems will try to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server, if present and no configuration of the computer’s IP settings are necessary. In order to test your IP settings, simply start your computer while connected to the router. Then open your Web browser and open http://192.168.10.1.

If the router’s Web Admin screen appears, you can skip this section and proceed

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directly to Section 4. If you are unable to open the router’s Web Admin screen, follow whichever instructions below apply to the operating system you use.

3.1 Windows 2000 Setup

1.Install the High-Speed Broadband Router.

2.Start Windows 2000 and check whether the LAN LED is on or off. If off, confirm the connection between the computer and the router is correct.

3.Click “Start” “Setting” “Control Panel.”

4. Double-click “Network and Dial-up Connection” in “Control Panel.”

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5. Click “Local Area Connection” “Properties” “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and “Properties.”

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6.Click the “General” tab; select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically.”

7.Click “OK.”

8.Click ”Start” “Run.”

9.Input ”cmd”; then click “OK.”

10.Input “ipconfig” in the pop-up command window.

NOTE: Make sure your IP is the same as that listed below. If it’s the same, then your configuration is successful. If not, redo the above steps and restart your computer.

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The IP address is between 192.168.10.2 and 192.168.10.254

The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0

The default gateway is 192.168.10.1 (the router’s default IP address)

10.Type “ping 192.168.10.1,” then hit “Enter.”

11.Ifyou can see “Reply from192.168.10.1: bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=64,” then the connection between your computer and Broadband Router is completed.

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3.2 Windows XP Setup

1.Install the High-Speed Broadband Router.

2.Start Windows XP and check whether the LAN LED is on or off. If off, confirm that the connection between the computer and the router is correct.

3.Click “Start” “Setting” “Control Panel.”

4.Double-click “Network and Internet Connections” in “Control Panel.”

5.Click “Network Connection” “Local Area Connection” “Properties” “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and “Properties.”

6.Click “General“; select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically.”

7.Click “OK.”

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8.Click “Start” “Run”; enter “cmd“; click “OK.”

9.Type “ipconfig” in the pop-up command window.

NOTE: Make sure the IP information is the same as shown below.

The IP address is between 192.168.10.2 and 192.168.10.254

The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0

The default gateway is 192.168.10.1

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11.Input “ping 192.168.10.1,” then “Enter.”

12.Ifyou can see “Reply from192.168.10.1: bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=64,” then the connection between your computer and the router is completed.

4. ROUTER SETUP

4.1 Start Internet Explorer to Log In

1.Start your Web browser.

2.Enter “http://192.168.10.1” in the Web browser’s address bar. (192.168.10.1 is the default IP address of the router.)

3.You will then see the following login Web page.

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Click the “Login” button to enter the configuration and configure the router manually. This may be required if the Internet Wizard fails to detect the settings automatically. The Internet Wizard lets you configure your Internet connection quickly and conveniently.

You can login directly without account and password confirmation because there is no account information required by default. It is recommended that a password is assigned immediately.

Conn. Type: The router’s current connection type. Dynamic IP (DHCP) is the default value.

Conn. Status: The router’s current connection status. WAN IP: The router’s current WAN (Internet) IP address.

Connected PC: The IP address of the computer that connects to the router.

4.2 PPPoE Configuration

This connection option is suitable for a virtual dial-up Internet connection.

1.Open the external ADSL modem and check the WAN LED of the router. If the WAN LED is off, check the network cable between the external modem’s LAN/Ethernet port and the router’s WAN port.

2.Click “Basic setup” “WAN setup” as shown.

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3.Select the “PPPoE User (ADSL)” radio button.

4.Key in the “User ID” and “Password” provided by your Internet service provider.

5.Click the “Apply” button. You will then see the following pop-up window:

If “Conn. State” shows “Successfully connected,” the configuration is correct. 6. Click “Show Internet connection status” and proceed to section 4.5.1.

If “Conn. Status” shows “Invalid ID/password.” the configuration is incorrect. Click the “Close” button and check your ID and password.

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If “Conn. Status” is unchanged, check whether your service type is correct.

7. Confirm the WAN connection status: If the WAN connection is successfully established, then by clicking “Show Internet Information” you can enter the WAN status Web page; or click “Status” “WAN status” and verify the following.

Connection Type should be PPPoE (ADSL)

Connection Status should be “successfully connected”

Physical Address shows the router’s WAN port MAC address.

WAN IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server can be different from the following values. (These addresses are provided by your ISP.)

Click “Disconnect” to disconnect from the Internet.

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