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Wireless 802.11n

Gigabit Router 524315

User Manual

INT-524315-UM-0808-1

Federal Communication Commission

Interference Statement

FCC Part 15

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

1.Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

2.Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

3.Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

4.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio technician for help.

FCC Caution

This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with provided instructions and a minimum 20 cm spacing must be provided between computer mounted antenna and person's body (excluding extremities of hands, wrist and feet) during wireless modes of operation.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the authority to operate equipment.

Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Radiation Exposure

Statement

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure set forth for an uncontrolled environment. In order to avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC radio frequency exposure limits, human proximity to the antenna shall not be less than 20cm (8 inches) during normal operation.

The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

R&TTE Compliance Statement

This equipment complies with all the requirements of DIRECTIVE 1999/5/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL of March 9, 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunication terminal Equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity (R&TTE).

The R&TTE Directive repeals and replaces in the directive 98/13/EEC (Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and Satellite Earth Station Equipment) As of April 8, 2000.

Safety

This equipment is designed with the utmost care for the safety of those who install and use it. However, special attention must be paid to the dangers of electric shock and static electricity when working with electrical equipment. All guidelines of this and of the computer manufacture must therefore be allowed at all times to ensure the safe use of the equipment.

EU Countries Intended for Use

The ETSI version of this device is intended for home and office use in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

The ETSI version of this device is also authorized for use in EFTA member states: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.

EU Countries Not intended for use

None.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER I: PRODUCT INFORMATION

1-1 Introduction and safety information

1-2 Safety Information

1-3 System Requirements

1-4 Package Contents

1-5 Wireless gigabit router hardware description

CHAPTER II: SYSTEM AND NETWORK SETUP

2-1 Connecting the Wireless Gigabit Router

2-2 Connecting to the Wireless Gigabit Router 2-2-1 Windows 95/98/Me IP address setup 2-2-2 Windows 2000 IP address setup 2-2-3 Windows XP IP address setup 2-2-4 Windows Vista IP address setup 2-2-5 Router IP address lookup

2-3 Using 'Quick Setup'

2-3-1 Setup procedure for 'Cable Modem' 2-3-2 Setup procedure for 'Fixed-IP xDSL' 2-3-3 Setup procedure for 'PPPoE xDSL' 2-3-4 Setup procedure for 'PPTP xDSL' 2-3-5 Setup procedure for 'L2TP xDSL' 2-3-6 Setup procedure for 'Telstra Big Pond'

2-4 Basic Setup

2-4-1 Time zone and time auto-synchronization 2-4-2 Change management password

2-4-3 Remote Management

2-5 Setup Internet Connection (WAN Setup) 2-5-1 Setup procedure for 'Dynamic IP' 2-5-2 Setup procedure for 'Static IP' 2-5-3 Setup procedure for 'PPPoE' 2-5-4 Setup procedure for 'PPTP'

2-5-5 Setup procedure for 'L2TP'

2-5-6 Setup procedure for 'Telstra Big Pond' 2-5-7 Setup procedure for 'DNS'

2-5-7 Setup procedure for 'DDNS'

2-6 Wired LAN Configuration

2-6-1 LAN IP section

2-6-2 DHCP Server

2-6-3 Static DHCP Leases Table

2-7 Wireless LAN Configuration

2-7-1 Basic Wireless Settings 2-7-1-1 Setup procedure for 'AP'

2-7-2 Advanced Wireless Settings

2-7-3 Wireless Security

2-7-3-1 Disable wireless security 2-7-3-2 WEP - Wired Equivalent Privacy 2-7-3-3 Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) 2-7-3-4 WPA RADIUS

2-7-4 Wireless Access Control 2-7-5 Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

2-7-6 Security Tips for Wireless Networks

CHAPTER III: ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

3-1 Quality of Service (QoS)

3-1-1 Basic QoS Settings

3-1-2 Add a new QoS rule

3-2 Network Address Translation (NAT)

3-2-1 Basic NAT Settings (Enable or disable NAT function) 3-2-2 Port Forwarding

3-2-3 Virtual Server

3-2-4 Port Mapping for Special Applications 3-2-5 UPnP Setting

3-2-6 ALG Settings

3-3 Firewall

3-3-1 Access Control

3-3-1-1 Add PC

3-3-2 URL Blocking

3-3-3 DoS Attack Prevention

3-3-3-1 DoS - Advanced Settings

3-3-4 Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)

3-4 System Status

3-4-1 System information and firmware version 3-4-2 Internet Connection Status

3-4-3 Device Status

3-4-4 System Log

3-4-5 Active DHCP client list

3-4-6 Statistics

3-5 Configuration Backup and Restore

3-6 Firmware Upgrade

3-7 System Reset

CHAPTER IV: APPENDIX

4-1 Hardware Specification

4-2 Troubleshooting

4-3 Glossary

Chapter I: Product Information

1-1 Introduction and safety information

Thank you for purchasing the Wireless 802.11n Gigabit Router.

The INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS Wireless 802.11n Gigabit Router is the latest in wireless networking. Taking advantage

of the Wireless-N (Draft 802.11n) technology, a wireless network can now see greatly enhanced network speeds and an increase in overall transmission distance.

The Gigabit Router serves multiple purposes — an access point for your wireless network, a 4-port router for hard-wiring Ethernet devices — and brings it all together so that the devices can access a high-speed Internet connection.

The new Wireless-N (Draft 802.11n) standard has dramatically increased the overall performance of a wireless network. With speeds up to 300 Mbps and a coverage distance up to 600 m, the new Wireless-N technology greatly surpasses that of 802.11g.

Product Features:

Up to 300 Mbps network link speed

Supports WMM function to meet the multi-media data bandwidth requirement

Supports advanced 2T3R MIMO technology, enhancing the throughput and coverage range significantly

Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

Supports WEP and WPA/WPA2 (TKIP and AES) data encryption

Integrated 10/100 Mbps LAN switch with Auto MDI/MDI-X support

Easy Internet setup through WAN connection wizard

DHCP server assigns IP addresses for all LAN users

DHCP Server supports static lease management

Supports virtual server, port forwarding and DMZ (demilitarized zone)

Supports DDNS (dynamic DNS)

Supports UPNP (Universal Plug and Play)

Integrated anti-DOS firewall

QoS (Quality of Service) bandwidth management

VPN Pass Through (PPTP)

Up to 300 Mbps network link speed

Advanced 2T3R MIMO technology for enhanced throughput and coverage

Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

Supports WMM function to meet the multi-media data bandwidth requirement

Integrated anti-DOS firewall

QoS (Quality of Service) bandwidth management

Integrated 10/100 Mbps LAN switch with Auto MDI/MDI-X support

Complies with 2.4 GHz Draft IEEE 802.11n standard and is backward compatible with IEEE 802.11g/b standards

Use INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS Wireless N Draft 2.0 WLAN adapters and cards for best compatibility and performance

Easy installation through Web-based user interface

System Status

Security Log

Firmware Upgradeable

1-2 Safety Information

In order to keep the safety of users and your properties, follow the safety instructions below:

1.This router is designed for indoor use only; DO NOT place this router outdoors.

2.DO NOT put this router at or near hot or humid places.

3.DO NOT pull any connected cable with force; disconnect it from the router first.

4.If you want to place this router at heights or hang on the wall, please make sure the router is firmly secured to prevent if from falling down causing damage to the router and possibly injuries to persons.

5.Accessories of this router, like antenna and power supply, are dangerous to small children under 3 years old. They may put the small parts in their nose or month and it could cause serious harm to them. KEEP THIS ROUTER OUT THE REACH OF CHILDREN!

6.The router will become hot when being used for long time (This is normal and is not a malfunction). Keep the router away from paper, cloth, or other flammable materials.

7.There's no user-serviceable part inside the router. If you found that the router is not working properly, please contact your dealer (place of purchase) and ask for help. DO NOT disassemble the router. Doing so will void the warranty.

8.If the router falls into water when it's powered, DO NOT use your hand to pick it up. Switch the electrical power off before you do anything, or contact an experienced technician for help.

9.If you smell something strange, or even see some smoke coming out from the router or power supply, remove the power supply or switch the electrical power off immediately, and call the dealer for help.

1-3 System Requirements

zInternet connection, provided by xDSL or cable modem with an RJ-45 Ethernet port.

zComputer or network devices with wired or wireless network interface card.

zWeb browser (Firefox 1.5 or above, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or above, Netscape Navigator 4.7 or above, Opera Web browser, or Safari Web browser).

zAn available AC power socket (100 – 240V, 50/60Hz)

1-4 Package Contents

Before you start to use this router, check if there's anything missing in the package, and contact your dealer for assistance:

Gigabit router (main body, 1 pcs)…………………………..........

1

Quick installation guide (1 pcs) …………………………………

2

User manual CDROM (1 pcs) ………………………………….. 3

A/C power adapter (1 pcs) ……………………………………..... 4

Ethernet Cat5 RJ-45 cable: 1.0 m (3 ft.) ……………………….... 4

1-5 Wireless Gigabit Router hardware description

Front Panel

LED Name

Light Status

Description

PWR

ON

Router is switched on and correctly powered

 

On

Wireless network is switched on or WPS

 

 

mode is on.

WLAN

Off

Wireless network is switched off

 

Flashing

Wireless LAN activity (transferring or

 

 

receiving data).

WAN

On

WAN port (Internet) is running at 100Mbps

Off

WAN port (Internet) is running at 10Mbps

10/100M

Flashing

WAN activity (transferring or receiving data)

 

WAN

On

WAN port is connected

Off

WAN port is not connected

LNK/ACT

Flashing

WAN activity (transferring or receiving data)

 

LAN

On

LAN port is running at 100Mbps

10/100M

Off

LAN port is running at 10Mbps

LAN

On

LAN port is connected

Off

LAN port is not connected

LNK/ACT

Flashing

LAN activity (transferring or receiving data)

 

Back Panel

Antenna A

 

Antenna B

 

Antenna C

 

 

 

 

 

Item Name

Description

Antennas A to

3dBi dipole antennas.

C

 

 

 

Power

Power connector, connects to A/C power adapter.

Reset / WPS

Reset the router to factory default settings (clear all settings) or

 

start WPS function. Press this button and hold for 10 seconds to

 

restore all settings to factory defaults, and press this button for less

 

than 5 seconds to start WPS function.

1 - 4

Local Area Network (LAN) ports 1 to 4.

 

 

WAN

Wide Area Network (WAN / Internet) port.

Chapter II: System and Network Setup

2-1 Connecting the Wireless Gigabit Router

This chapter explains how to connect the router to your computers and how to access the Internet.

1.Connect your DSL or cable modem to the WAN port of router using the provided RJ45 Ethernet cable.

Standard modems provided by Internet Service Providers (also referred to as ISPs) come with at least one LAN or Ethernet port. This is the port which you need to connect to the WAN port of the INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS Wireless N Gigabit Router.

2.Connect all your computers, network devices (network-enabled consumer devices other than computers, like game consoles, network media players, network storage units or LAN switches) to the LAN ports of the router.

3.Connect the A/C power adapter to the wall socket, and then connect it to the 'Power' socket of the router.

4.Check all LEDs on the front panel.

The 'PWR' LED should be steadily on, WAN and LAN LEDs should be on if the computer or network device connected to the respective port of the router is powered on and correctly connected.

If the PWD LED is not on, or any LED you expected to be on is not on, please recheck the cabling, or go to chapter '4-2 Troubleshooting' for possible reasons and solutions.

2-2 Connecting to the Wireless Gigabit Router

Before you can connect to the router and start configuration procedures, your computer must be able to get an IP address automatically (use dynamic IP address). This is the default setup for any standard Windows computer, and it normally is not required to make any changes. Connect your computer to one of the LAN ports of the router, then

activate the network connection. Start the Web browser; e.g., MS Internet Explorer, and open http://192.168.2.1.

A login window opens up:

Enter 'admin' as the username and '1234' as the password.

If this works, you can skip the next pages and go directly to chapter "2-3 Using 'Quick Setup'".

Only if the steps above are not successful, or if you know that your computer has a static IP address setup, do you need to follow the instructions below:

If the operating system of your computer is….

Windows 95/98/Me

- go to section 2-2-1

Windows 2000

- go to section 2-2-2

Windows XP

- go to section 2-2-3

Windows Vista

- go to section 2-2-4

2-2-1 Windows 95/98/Me IP address setup:

1.Click 'Start' button, then click control panel. Double-click the Network icon, and the Network window will appear. Select 'TCP/IP', then click 'Properties'.

2. Select 'Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server' and then click 'OK'.

2-2-2Windows 2000 IP address setup:

1. Click 'Start' button, then click control panel. Double-click the Network and Dial-up Connections icon; click Local Area Connection, and the

Local Area Connection Properties window will appear. Select 'Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)' and then click 'Properties'.

2. Select 'Obtain an IP address automatically' and 'Obtain DNS server address automatically', then click 'OK'.

2-2-3Windows XP IP address setup:

1. Click the 'Start' button, then click 'control panel'. Double-click the

Network and Internet Connections icon, click Network Connections, then double-click Local Area Connection. The Local Area Connection Status window will appear, and then click 'Properties'.

2. Select 'Obtain an IP address automatically' and 'Obtain DNS server address automatically', then click 'OK'.

2-2-4Windows Vista IP address setup:

1. Click the 'Start' button, then click 'control panel'. Click View Network Status and Tasks, and then click Manage Network Connections. Right-click Local Area Network, then select 'Properties'. The Local Area Connection Properties window will appear, select 'Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4), and then click 'Properties'.

2. Select 'Obtain an IP address automatically' and 'Obtain DNS server address automatically', then click 'OK'.

2-2-5 Router IP address lookup

After the IP address setup is complete, Click 'start' -> 'run' at the bottom-left corner of your desktop:

Input 'cmd', then click 'OK'.

Input 'ipconfig', then press the 'Enter' key. Check the IP address followed by 'Default Gateway', in this example, the IP address of the router is 192.168.2.1, please note that this value may be different.

NOTE: If the IP address of the Gateway is not displayed, or the address followed by ‘IP Address’ begins with ‘169’, recheck the network connection between your computer and the router, and go to the beginning of this chapter to recheck every step of the network setup procedure.

3. Connect the router's management interface by the Web browser

After your computer has obtained an IP address from the router, start your Web browser, and input the IP address of the router into the address bar. The following message should be shown:

Enter user name and password. The default user name is 'admin', and default password is '1234'. Press 'OK', and you can see the Web management interface of this router:

NOTE: If you can’t see the Web management interface, and you’re being prompted to input the user name and password again, it means you didn’t input the correct username and password. Retype user name and password. If you’re certain that the user name and password you typed are correct, please go to ‘4-2 Troubleshooting’ to perform a factory reset to set the password back to default value.

TIP: This page shows the four major setting categories: QuickSetup, General Setup, Status, and Tools. You can find the shortcut which leads to these setting categories at the upper-right corner of every page, and you can jump to another category directly by clicking the link.

2-3 Using Quick Setup

This router provides a Quick Setup procedure, which will help you to complete all required settings you need to access the Internet quickly. Follow the instructions below to complete the 'Quick Setup':

Please go to the QuickSetup menu by clicking 'QuickSetup' button.

HERE!

The following message will be displayed:

1. Set Time Zone

1

2

3

 

 

4

Items and meanings:

 

 

Set Time (1):

Press the

button to open a drop-down list and

 

Select the time zone of the location you live in.

Time Server

Input the IP address / host name of time server

Address (2):

here. It is normally not required to make a change.

 

However, should the default Time Server

(NTP Server) go offline, you can obtain a new NTP Server at http:/www.ntp.org.

Daylight

If the country you live in uses daylight saving,

Savings (3):

activate the 'Enable Function' and choose the

 

duration of daylight saving.

Click 'Apply'.

NOTE: There are several time (NTP) servers available on the Internet:

129.6.15.28 (time-a.nist.gov) 132.163.4.101 (time-a.timefreq.bldrdoc.gov) 131.107.1.10 (time-nw.nist.gov)

A list of free NTP Servers is available at http://www.ntp.org.

2. Broadband Type

Choose the broadband (Internet connection) type you use; there are six types of Internet connections:

Cable Modem

- Please go to section 2-3-1

Fixed-IP xDSL

- Please go to section 2-3-2

PPPoE xDSL

- Please go to section 2-3-3

PPTP xDSL

- Please go to section 2-3-4

L2TP xDSL

- Please go to section 2-3-5

Telstra Big Pond

- Please go to section 2-3-6

Cable Modem and PPPoE xDSL are the most common connection types. If you're not sure which service you have, contact your Internet service provider (ISP). You will not be able to connect to the internet if the wrong connection type is chosen.

NOTE: DSL Internet Service Providers normally operate using the PPPoE protocol, thus, "PPPoE xDSL" should be the Broadband Type. However, in recent years more DSL ISPs provide customers with DSL Modems which handle the PPPoE portion of the Internet Access automatically. In those cases you must select "Cable Modem" as your Broadband type, even if you have a DSL service.

2-3-1 Setup procedure for Cable Mode':

1

2

3

Items and meanings:

Host Name (1): Input the host name of your computer. This is optional, and only required if your service provider asks you to do so.

MAC address (2): Enter the MAC address of your computer here, if your service provider only permits a computer with a certain MAC address to access the Internet. If you're using a computer used to connect to the Internet via cable modem, you can simply press the 'Clone Mac address' button to fill the MAC address field with the MAC address of your computer.

To save the settings click the 'OK' button; if you want to go back to the previous menu, click 'Back'.

2-3-2 Setup procedure for 'Fixed-IP xDSL':

1

2

3

4

5

Items and meanings:

IP address

Enter the IP address assigned by your

Service

Internet Service Provider (ISP).

Provider (1):

 

Subnet Mask (2):

Input the subnet mask assigned by your service

 

provider

DNS address (3):

Enter the IP address of the DNS server provided by

 

your ISP.

Service Provider

Enter the Gateway IP address provided by your

Gateway

ISP.

Address (4):

 

To save the settings, click the 'OK' button; if you want to go back to previous menu, click 'Back'.

NOTE: You can choose this Internet connection method if your service provider assigns a fixed IP address (also know as static address) to you, and doesn't use DHCP or PPPoE protocol. Contact your service provider for further information.

2-3-3 Setup procedure for 'PPPoE xDSL':

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Items and meanings:

User Name (1): Enter the user name assigned by your Internet service provider here.

Password (2): Input the password assigned by your Internet service provider here.

Service Name (3): Provide a name for this Internet service. This is optiona.l

MTU (4): Enter the MTU value of your network connection here. Use default value unless your

ISP specifies otherwise.

Connection (5): Select the connection type(detailed explanation listed below).

Idle Time Out (6): Specify the idle time out, (detailed explanation listed below).

To save the settings click the 'OK' button; if you want to go back to the previous menu, click 'Back'.

Connection Type - There are 3 options:

"Continuous’"- keep the Internet connection alive, do not disconnect. This is the preferred choice for "always on" / "Flat rate" Internet services.

"Connect on Demand" - only connects to the Internet when there’s a connect attempt. This is the preferred choice for all users who have paid per minute Internet Service or per transferred data.

"Manual" - only connects to the Internet when the ‘Connect’ button on this page is pressed, and disconnects when the ‘Disconnect button is pressed.

2-3-4 Setup procedure for 'PPTP xDSL':

PPTP xDSL requires two kinds of settings: WAN interface setting (setup IP address) and PPTP setting (PPTP user name and password).

We start with the WAN interface settings:

Select how you obtain IP address from your service provider here. You can choose 'Obtain an IP address automatically' (equal to DHCP, refer to 'Cable Modem' section above), or 'Use the following IP address' (i.e., static IP address).

The WAN interface settings must be correctly entered, or the Internet connection will fail even if the PPTP settings are correct. Contact your ISP if you don't know how you should fill in these fields.

PPTP settings section:

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

 

Items and meanings:

8

 

 

User ID (1):

Enter the user ID (user name) assigned by your ISP.

 

Password (2):

Input the password provided by your ISP.

 

PPTP

Input the IP address of PPTP gateway

 

Gateway (3):

assigned by your Internet service provider here.

 

Connection

Enter the connection ID here. This is

 

ID (4):

optional and you can leave it blank.

 

MTU (5):

Specify the MTU value of your network connection

 

 

here. Use the default value unless your ISP specifies

 

 

otherwise.

 

Connection

Select the connection type - see xDSL PPPoE.

 

type (6):

 

 

 

Idle Time

Specify the idle time out - see xDSL PPPoE.

 

Out (7):

 

 

Enabling 'BEZEQ-ISRAEL' is only required if you're using the BEZEQ network provider in Israel.

To save the settings click the 'OK' button; if you want to go back to the previous menu, click 'Back'.

2-3-5 Setup procedure for 'L2TP xDSL':

L2TP is another popular connection method for xDSL and other Internet connection types, and all required setting items are the same as the PPTP connection.

As with PPTP there are two kinds of settings. Fist come the 'WAN Interface Settings':

Select how you obtain an IP address from your service provider here. You can choose 'Obtain an IP address automatically' (equal to DHCP, refer to 'Cable Modem' section above) or 'Use the following IP address' (i.e. static IP address).

The WAN interface settings must be correctly entered or the Internet connection will fail even if the L2TP settings are correct. Contact your ISP if you don't know how you should fill in these fields.

2-3-4 Setup procedure for 'L2TP':

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Items and meanings:

User ID (1): Enter the user ID assigned by your ISP.

Password (2): Type in the password assigned by your ISP.

L2TP Gateway (3): Input the IP address of the L2TP gateway assigned

 

by your ISP here.

MTU (4):

Specify the MTU value of your network connection

 

here. Use the default value unless your ISP specifies

 

otherwise.

Connection

Select the connection typesee xDSL PPPoE.

type (5):

 

Idle Time

Specify the idle time out - see xDSL PPPoE.

Out (6):

 

To save the settings, click the 'OK' button; if you want to go back to the previous menu, click 'Back'.

2-3-6 Setup procedure for 'Telstra Big Pond':

 

1

3

2

 

 

4

5

This setting only works when you're using Telstra Big Pond's network service in Australia. You need to input:

User Name (1): Input the user name assigned by Telstra.

Password (2):

Input the password assigned by Telstra.

User device login

Check this box to choose the login server

server manually (3):

by yourself.

Login Server (4):

Enter the IP address of the login server here.

To save the settings click the 'OK' button; if you want to go back to the previous menu, click 'Back'.

When all settings are finished, you'll see the following message displayed on your Web browser:

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