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DSL1000ER(T

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User Manual

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Contents
About the Router .......................................................................................................................................................................5 Firmware Features............................................................................................................................................6 ADSL/ATM...................................................................................................................................6 Network........................................................................................................................................6 Management................................................................................................................................7 Security........................................................................................................................................7 Requirements......................................................................................................................................................8 Package Contents.............................................................................................................................................8 Device Design......................................................................................................................................................9 Getting Started.........................................................................................................................................................................10 Planning Your Network................................................................................................................................. 11 Remove or Disable Conflicts ....................................................................................................................12 Internet Sharing, Proxy, and Security Applications ................................................................ 12 Configuring TCP/IP Settings.................................................................................................... 13 Configuring Internet Properties................................................................................................ 13 Removing Temporary Internet Files........................................................................................ 14 Setup the Device..............................................................................................................................................15 Connecting to the Internet ....................................................................................................................... 16 Connecting Via Quick Setup.................................................................................................... 16 About the Web User Interface.........................................................................................................................................18 Accessing the Web User Interface .......................................................................................................18 Menus.....................................................................................................................................................................18 Quick Setup .............................................................................................................................. 19 Home Network Configuration .................................................................................................. 20 Device Status ........................................................................................................................... 22 Statistics ................................................................................................................................... 23 Firewall Configuration .............................................................................................................. 24 Device Administration .............................................................................................................. 27 Advanced Setup.......................................................................................................................................................................31 Accessing the Advanced Web Interface ...........................................................................................31 Menus....................................................................................................................................................................32

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Device Info................................................................................................................................ 32 Device Status ........................................................................................................................... 33 Device Statistics ....................................................................................................................... 34 Home Network.......................................................................................................................... 34 Advanced Setup....................................................................................................................... 36 Firewall ..................................................................................................................................... 45 Management............................................................................................................................. 49 Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................ 53

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About the Router
Your router offers an easy way of integrating your computer and other network devices into a single network. Here are some of the benefits you can obtain from using the router in your home or office: Integrated Modem Feature Your router is an ideal solution for high speed Internet connectivity. It is capable of handling the fastest data transfer speed from your Internet provider and sharing this within your local network devices. Top Notch Security Your router utilizes built-in firewall security to block service attacks. For added flexibility, it can be modified to allow specific applications to pass through while blocking intrusive threats at the same time. Intuitive User Interface Applying changes on the router settings can be done easily using a Web browser. The router uses a simplified user interface that allows you to apply the configurations you want for the various features of the router. Your router will serve as the central figure in establishing your local area network (LAN) by using a combination of hardware and software. The hardware includes the cables and Ethernet ports that create the path to connect your devices. The software part includes the applications that manage the flow of information in these devices. You can complete the basic installation and Internet connection within 8 minutes. Some more time is needed if you intend to utilize more advanced functions but it can be worth it. Advanced features like port forwarding will help you create your own web server to publish your Web site, Dynamic DNS allows you to access your network from the Internet, and remote access enables you to configure your router settings from different locations. Once installation is complete, it will be much more easier for you to enjoy voice communication, high speed Internet, and data/audio/video sharing within your network.

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992. Static IP Connection types Port Mirroring feature PAP and CHAP authentication for PPP connection Page 6 of 57 . IPSec) SNTP (2 SNTP configurable) Set Top Box auto detection with dynamic mapping irregardless of the port Multiple MAC Address support for vendor ID PPPoE (LLC & VC-Mux).dmt).994. with 2 server supported (i. VBR-rt. TR-100 Compliant ATM Layer with Traffic shaping QoS Support (UBR. L2TP.2 (G. mIRC. TZO) DNS Relay Agent DMZ Host [configurable based on LAN’s IP Address] VPN Pass Through (PPTP. ADSL2+. ICQ. Dynamic RIP V1/2 routing support IP/TCP/UDP/ICMP/ARP Application Support Network Address Translation (NAT) Multi Range Port Mapping/Forwarding Port Forwarding rules for popular Games/Application up to 32 entries NAT Application Level Gateway for popular applications like MSN.lite). VBR-nrt) Multiple PVC up to 8 in routed mode PVC to VLAN Mapping support Spectral compatibility with POTS F4/F5 OAM Loopback/Send and Receive Network Static IP.992. G. DHCP. RE-ADSL Compliant ADSL2+ Annex M Support TR-067. CBR.1 (G. TFTP.413 issue 2. PPPoA (LLC & VC-Mux).e. Bridge LLC. G.User Manual Firmware Features ADSL/ATM ANSI T1. ITU-T G. DDNS.1 compliant ADSL2. FTP IGMP V1/2 Support DHCP Server/client Dynamic DNS support.

Ping Test) Telnet with CLI Syslog Support Single Firmware file upgrade for both remote and local upgrade Security NAT support Packet Filtering Support Stateful Packet Inspection Support MAC Filtering Support IP Filtering Support Parental Control Support Protection against Denial of Service attacks Password Authentication to Modem Page 7 of 57 . Network. OAM.User Manual Management TR-069 Compliant Web Based HTTP management GUI TFTP Support for Firmware Upgrade Web Based Firmware Upgrade (Local) Soft Factory Reset Button via Web GUI Diagnostic Test (DSL.

0 or Netscape Navigator 3. please contact your dealer immediately.User Manual Requirements Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements. Product contents vary for different models.02 233MHz processor CD-ROM Drive Ethernet network adapter An active DSL Internet account Package Contents Package contents are listed below. For any missing items. Router Ethernet cable Telephone cable POTS Splitter (Optional) 12V 1A DC Power Adapter Easy Start Guide Resource CD Page 8 of 57 . Any operating system can be used Internet Explorer 4.

Connecting with the 12V 1A DC power adapter Switching the device on/off Steady green light Steady red light 2 ETHERNET 1-4 Off Steady green light Blinking green light 3 DSL Blinking green light (slow) Blinking green light (fast) Steady green light 4 INTERNET Off Steady green light Blinking green light Steady red light 5 6 7 8 9 DSL ETHERNET 1-4 RESET POWER (12V 1A DC) ON/OFF Page 9 of 57 .User Manual Device Design Label 1 POWER Off Action Description No power is supplied to the device Connected to an AC power supply Error on the device No Ethernet connection Connected to an Ethernet port Transmitting/Receiving data No DSL signal Establishing DSL signal DSL signal is established No Internet connection Connected to the Internet Transmitting/Receiving data Cannot establish Internet connection Connecting the telephone cable Connecting computers/devices via Ethernet cable Resetting the device to factory default configuration.

Connect the telephone cables. Detailed instructions are provided in the subsequent pages. Ethernet cables. Connect to the Internet Use the Quick Start Web GUI to setup your PPPoE connection. Brief descriptions appear beside each step.User Manual Getting Started Setting up the device is easy. The flowchart below provides an outline of the steps needed to complete the installation. and power adaptor. Web Interface Use Quick Setup Ready to Use Page 10 of 57 . Plan your Network Remove/Disable Conflicts Setup the Router You may need to check some setting or disable some application before installation.

identify which router port you want to use for each device. Page 11 of 57 . it is a good idea to draw out a network diagram to help identify your network devices and plan out how to connect these devices. To create a network diagram: For wired devices. The illustration below is an example of a network diagram.User Manual Planning Your Network Before moving ahead to setup your network.

you need to remove or disable conflicts that may interfere the installation.User Manual Remove or Disable Conflicts To make sure the router installation moves on smoothly. proxy software. and Security Applications Internet sharing. Probable conflicts may include: Internet sharing applications Proxy software Security software TCP/IP settings Internet properties Temporary Internet files Internet Sharing. Proxy. remove or disable them according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Internet Sharing Applications Microsoft Internet Sharing Proxy Software WinGate WinProxy Security Software Symantec Zone Alarm Page 12 of 57 . If you have any of the following or similar applications installed on your computer. and firewall applications may interfere with the router installation. These should be removed or disabled before start the installation.

2. select Never dial a connection. This opens Internet Properties. This opens the Run dialog box. 6. Right-click LAN and then select Properties. 4. 7. Click Connections tab.cpl and then click OK. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then click Properties. This opens the Network Connections in your computer. Enter control inetcpl. Click OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box.User Manual Configuring TCP/IP Settings Check if your computer uses the default TCP/IP settings. 4.cpl and then click OK. This opens the Run dialog box. This opens the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) dialog box. Enter control ncpa. To check the TCP/IP properties: 1. Select Start > Run. Click OK to close Internet Properties. In the Dial-up and Virtual Private Network settings pane. Page 13 of 57 . 3. Click OK to close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) dialog box. Select Obtain an IP address automatically. 5. Select Start > Run. Configuring Internet Properties To set the Internet Properties: 1. 2. 5. 3. This opens the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box.

2. This opens the Run dialog box. Page 14 of 57 . To remove temporary Internet files: 1. 6. This opens Control Panel. 5. Click OK to close Internet Properties. This opens Internet Options. Enter control and then click OK. Select Start > Run. Delete these files to clean the cache and remove footprints left by the Web pages you visited. Double-click Internet Options. In the Temporary Internet Files pane. 3. Click Delete Files. click Delete Cookies.User Manual Removing Temporary Internet Files Temporary Internet files are files from Web sites that are stored in your computer. 4.

b. use another piece of Ethernet cable. 3. To setup the router: 1. and your other computer devices. 2. Press ON. c. POTS Splitter Your phone line carries with it both phone calls and Internet signals. Insert the POTS Splitter into the phone jack. Plug one end of the Ethernet cable from the computer’s Ethernet port and then plug the other end into an available Ethernet port in the router. Locate the phone jack in your house. Page 15 of 57 . To setup a telephone on the POTS Splitter: a. the main computer. 4. Connect the power adapter from the router’s 12V 1A DC port into the electrical outlet. When you are using the Internet. Installing a Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) splitter separates the two signals and eliminates the noise. the connection produces high-pitched tones that can affect your voice calls when using the phone. Plug one end of the Ethernet cable from the router’s ETHERNET port and then plug the other end into the Ethernet port in your computer. 5. find an area where there are enough electrical outlets for the router. Plug one end of the telephone cable from the POTS Splitter’s TEL port and then plug the other end into the telephone.User Manual Setup the Device When installing the router. Plug one end of the telephone cable from the POTS Splitter’s ADSL port and then plug the other end into the router’s DSL port. If you have another device you need to connect through wire into the router.

Open your browser 2. Select an Encapsulation Mode c.User Manual Connecting to the Internet You can use the Web Interface to setup your Internet connection. Select a Connection Type b.1.168. Enter the PPP Username and Password 4. Type 192.254 on the address bar 3. Enter the connection settings a. Click Connect 5. Restart the web browser and you are ready to surf the Internet Page 16 of 57 . Connecting Via Quick Setup To connect to the Internet via the User mode GUI: 1.

Open your browser and the router will redirect you to the Setup Wizard screen 2.User Manual To connect to the Internet via the Web Interface Setup Wizard: 1. Click on SET UP NOW 3. Click Connect 5. Type in the username and password supplied by your ISP 4. Restart the web browser and you are ready to surf the Internet Page 17 of 57 .

Type-in 192. 2.User Manual About the Web User Interface The Web User Interface is used to configure the basic router settings. Open your browser.1. Accessing the Web User Interface To access the Web User Interface: 1.254 on the address bar and then press Enter.168. Menus The Web User Interface includes the following menus: Quick Setup Home Network Configuration Device Status Statistics Firewall Configuration Device Administration Page 18 of 57 .

User Manual Quick Setup Quick Setup includes Device Info to check basic information on your device and Internet Login Setup that allows you to control the PPP login account settings. Page 19 of 57 .

You may also configure the DHCP server and Public IP Pass Through settings of your router.User Manual Home Network Configuration Local Area Network (LAN) Setup Configure the DSL Router IP Address and Subnet Mask for LAN interface. Page 20 of 57 .

Page 21 of 57 . the router will show push-pages on your web browser to give you information regarding common broadband connection issues.User Manual DCHP Lease Information Displays information on the DHCP clients connected to the router. This will give you an idea of what is the cause of your Internet connection problem. Broadband Status Notification If enabled.

Page 22 of 57 . Internet and IPTV.User Manual Device Status Displays the router information as well as status of different connections such as DSL.

Page 23 of 57 .User Manual Statistics Displays the statistics of different connections on your router.

Page 24 of 57 .User Manual Firewall Configuration Firewall Configure Incoming/Outgoing Filters to either Block or Accept specific data traffic to and from the Internet.

By default the router is preconfigured with the port forwarding settings of popular games and applications for easier setup.User Manual Port Forwarding Certain applications need to access a specific port for communication over the network or Internet. You can configure the router to forward incoming and outgoing data transmissions for these applications to be forwarded to a specific port or port range on your computer. Page 25 of 57 .

Note: DMZ exposes your computer to the Internet and will be vulnerable to malicious attacks. Page 26 of 57 . and then click Save/Apply. If you need to disable the DMZ Host. just click the Remove button.User Manual DMZ If a computer is assigned as a DMZ Host. Enter the LAN IP address of the PC you wish to set as DMZ Host in the DMZ Host IP Address. it will receive all the data from the Internet that do not belong to the list of applications configured in Port Forwarding.

Page 27 of 57 . Simply click on the Backup button and choose the folder on your PC where you want the backup file to be saved.User Manual Device Administration System – Backup You may use this utility to save the router’s configuration to a file on your PC.

Update Settings Update the DSL router settings from a previously stored backup file on a computer. Click Open 4. 3.User Manual Restore to Default Reset the entire router configuration back to the original factory settings by clicking the Restore button. Click Update. Click on the Browse button.conf file from your computer. 2. Page 28 of 57 . Locate the backupsettings. Procedure: 1.conf file and reboot. The router will update the settings according to the backupsettings.

Page 29 of 57 .User Manual Reboot This will automatically save recent changes made on the router and reboot the whole system for the new settings to take effect.

This means that anyone who wants to gain access to your router’s GUI needs to key-in the password.User Manual User Password Set your user level authorization for additional security on your router. Page 30 of 57 .

1. Default Username: admin | Password: H3ll0t3ch 4. Open your browser.168. Click OK Page 31 of 57 . 2.User Manual Advanced Setup Advanced Setup provides configuration options for other router functions. 3. Accessing the Advanced Web Interface To access the Advanced Web Interface: 1.254/singtel on the address bar and then press Enter. There will be an authentication request where you need to key in a username and password. Type-in 192.

User Manual Menus The Web User Interface includes the following menus: Device Info Device Status Device Statistics Home Network Advanced Setup Firewall Troubleshooting Access Control Device Info Includes hardware and software information of your device. and the current system date and time. the current status of your DSL connection. Page 32 of 57 .

Internet and IPTV. Click the Add button Page 33 of 57 .User Manual Device Status Shows the current status of different connections such as LAN. Key in the Hostname of your PC 4. To Manually reserve a LAN IP address: 1. Key in the LAN IP Address you want to assign 3. Key in the PC’s MAC address 2. DSL. You may also reserve a LAN IP address to a specific computer with the use of the Manual device reserve feature. There is a Reserve button that will automatically reserve the current LAN IP address assigned to your PC.

DSL. Page 34 of 57 . IPTV and your Local Area Network. Home Network Local Area Network (LAN) Setup Configure the DSL Router IP Address and Subnet Mask for LAN interface. This will give you an idea of what is the cause of your Internet connection problem. This will include statistics for ATM.User Manual Device Statistics The router will show you detailed statistical information regarding the different connections on your router. Broadband Status Notification If enabled. the router will show push-pages on your web browser to give you information regarding common broadband connection issues. You may also configure the DHCP server and Public IP Pass Through settings of your router. Internet. DCHP Lease Information Displays information on the DHCP clients connected to the router.

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Click the Add button 2. Remove. Set the ATM PVC Configuration. and Edit WAN interface configurations. You have an option to Add.User Manual Advanced Setup WAN The initial page will show all the existing WAN interfaces configured on your router. click Next Page 36 of 57 . To add a WAN interface: 1.

Choose the Network protocol and Encapsulation mode. click Next 5. Configure IGMP multicast and WAN service. Key in your PPP Username and Password.User Manual 3. click Next 4. click Next Page 37 of 57 .

User Manual 6. Put a check on the Remove box 2. Save and Reboot the router for the new WAN interface to take effect Page 38 of 57 . Save and Reboot the router for the new WAN interface to take effect To Remove a WAN interface: 1. Click on the Edit button to the right side of the WAN interface you wish to edit 2. Review the summary page and click the Save button when done 7. Make the necessary amendments 3. Click the Remove button To edit an existing WAN interface: 1.

Interface Select an interface.com Using DynDNS. DDNS lets you assign a fixed host and domain name to a dynamic Internet IP Address. It is useful when you are hosting your own website.dyndns.org www.User Manual DDNS The router offers a Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) feature. Hostname Enter the hostname.tzo. you need to sign up for DDNS service providers. The router supports these popular Dynamic DNS service providers: www. Page 39 of 57 . or other server behind the router. DynDNS Settings Enter your dyndns.org Username and password.org Key in the following parameters: D-DNS provider Select DynDNS. FTP server.org. Before using this feature.

TZO Settings Enter your TZO e-mail and key.User Manual Using TZO Key in the following parameters: D-DNS provider Select TZO. Put a check on the Remove box 2. Hostname Enter the hostname. To remove a DDNS setting: 1. Click the Remove button Page 40 of 57 . Interface Select an interface.

QoS Queue Configuration Page 41 of 57 .User Manual Quality of Service Quality of Service or QoS provides different priority to different applications. users. to guarantee a certain level of performance. For example. QoS is important for real-time streaming multimedia applications such as voice over IP. online games and IPTV to provide fixed bit rate and prevent delay. or data flows.

Page 42 of 57 .User Manual QoS Classification Routing – Default Gateway If Enable Automatic Assigned Default Gateway checkbox is selected. You must reboot the router to get the automatic assigned default gateway. the router will accept the first received default gateway assignment from one of the PPPoA. If the checkbox is not selected. NOTE: If changing the Automatic Assigned Default Gateway from unselected to selected. enter the static default gateway AND/OR a WAN interface. PPPoE or MER/DHCP enabled PVC(s). Click 'Save/Apply' button to save it.

select the checkbox and select the interface. To delete the entry from the routing table list. Click Save/Apply to take effect the settings. select this checkbox and then enter the IP address of the gateway. Use Gateway IP Address If you wish to use a specific gateway to reach the destination network. Subnet Mask Enter the subnet mask for this destination. Page 43 of 57 . Use Interface If you wish to use a particular WAN interface. Static Route is to be used.User Manual Static Route If your LAN consists of multiple subnets and you want to manually define the data transmitting paths. click its corresponding Remove button. The key settings for adding a new Static Route are explained: Destination Network Address Enter the network address to which the data packets are to be sent.

To support this feature. you must create mapping groups with appropriate LAN and WAN interfaces using the Add button. Only the default group has IP interface. Page 44 of 57 . Each group will perform as an independent network. Port Mapping Port Mapping supports multiple ports to PVC and bridging groups.User Manual DSL Settings The DSL page allows you to select the modulation. the phone line pair and the capability. The Remove button will remove the grouping and add the ungrouped interfaces to the Default group.

Source IP Address/Subnet Mask Enter the IP address of the PC on the LAN to block. The new rule will then be displayed in the Outgoing IP Filtering table list. Page 45 of 57 . which allows you to easily set up rules to control incoming and outgoing Internet traffic. Source Port Enter the port number used by the application to block.User Manual Firewall IP Filtering The router supports IP Filtering. and click Remove. Destination Port Enter the destination port number used by the application to block. Key in the following parameters: Filter Name Key in the name of the filter rule. click Remove checkbox next to the selected rule. To delete the rule. Protocol Select the IP protocol to block. Click Save/Apply to take effect the settings. The router provides two types of IP filtering: Outgoing IP Filtering and Incoming IP Filtering. Destination IP Address/Subnet Mask Enter the IP address of the remote server to which connection should be blocked.

A maximum of 16 restriction rules can be created. Start Blocking Time (hh:mm) Enter the time when the restriction will be enabled (00:00 to 23:59). Page 46 of 57 .User Manual Parental Control Parental Control allows you to apply router access restrictions among LAN devices within specific times in a day. Days of the week Click to select the days on which to apply the restriction. End Blocking Time (hh:mm) Enter the time when the restriction will be disabled (00:00 to 23:59). Key in the following parameters: User Name Enter a descriptive name for the restriction. Browser’s MAC Address or Other MAC Address Enter the device MAC Address.

to setup a web server on a computer using 192.1. As an example. select HTTP as Service and enter 192.168.User Manual TCP/IP Sessions Port Forwarding Port Forwarding allows you to direct incoming traffic from the Internet to a specific computer in your local network.88 as its IP Address. Otherwise if the service you want to setup is not available from the Select a Service drop-down list. A maximum 32 entries can be configured. Page 47 of 57 .168. you can define your own Port Forwarding rule.88 as the Server IP Address.1.

incoming connections to port 113 (from the remote server) could be redirected to the PC that initiated the request. DMZ Host If a computer is assigned as a DMZ Host. an application uses port 25 for requests and port 113 for replies. If a computer on the LAN connects to port 25 on a remote server hosting this application. Page 48 of 57 . just click the remove button. using Port Triggering on the router. it will receive all the data from the Internet that do not belong to the list of applications configured in Port Forwarding.User Manual Port Triggering Some applications require that the remote parties open the specific ports in the router’s firewall for access. For instance. Enter the LAN IP address of the PC you wish to set as DMZ Host in the provided box. Note: DMZ exposes your computer to the Internet and will be vulnerable to malicious attacks. If you need to disable the DMZ Host. A maximum of 32 entries can be configured.

Click the Upload button Page 49 of 57 . Choose the firmware file and click OK 3. and diagnostics to this device. To Update the router’s firmware: 1. Firmware Upgrade Allow you to update the firmware of your router. Select the desired values and click "Apply" to configure the TR-069 client options. collection. Click Browse 2. provision.User Manual Management TR-069 client – Configuration (CWMP) WAN Management Protocol (TR-069) allows an Auto-Configuration Server (ACS) to perform autoconfiguration.

Select the folder where you want to save the file and key in the file name under which you want to save the settings. click the Backup button.conf.User Manual Settings Update To import a previously saved configuration file from your PC and update the settings of your router. Then click the Update button. Settings Backup To backup the settings as a configuration file saved on your PC. Page 50 of 57 . Default file name is backupsettings. click Browse to locate the backupsettings.conf upgrade file.

click OK.User Manual Restore Default To restore your router to its factory default settings. Save/Reboot This feature allows the router to enable new network configuration to take effect or to clear problems with the router’s network connection. click the Restore button. Page 51 of 57 . When prompted.

Page 52 of 57 .User Manual Internet Time Enable Internet Time to automatically synchronize your modem’s time with a time-server when connected to the Internet.

User Manual Troubleshooting System Log If the log mode is enabled. all logged events above or equal to the selected level will be displayed.' events will be recorded in the local memory. all events above or equal to the selected level will be logged. If the selected mode is 'Local' or 'Both. For the Log Level. If the selected mode is 'Remote' or 'Both.' events will be sent to the specified IP address and UDP port of the remote syslog server. Page 53 of 57 . Select the desired values and click 'Save/Apply' to configure the system log options. For the Display Level. the system will begin to log all the selected events.

If the test continues to fail. click "Rerun Diagnostic Tests" at the bottom of this page to make sure the fail status is consistent. Network Tools Network tools will help you troubleshoot Internet connection problems by verifying your connection. The individual tests are listed below. If a test displays a fail status. click "Help" and follow the troubleshooting procedures. Page 54 of 57 .User Manual Diagnostics Your modem is capable of testing your DSL connection.

Services Select which Services to allow and whether to allow from the LAN or the WAN. view configuration settings and statistics. update the router's software. as well as. and user. Use the fields below to enter up to 16 characters and click "Apply" to change or create passwords. The user name "admin" has unrestricted access to change and view configuration of your DSL Router.User Manual Access Control This feature enables you manage the user access rights for remote access management based on the Services being used. The user name "support" is used to allow an ISP technician to access your DSL Router for maintenance and to run diagnostics. The user name "user" can access the DSL Router. Page 55 of 57 . support. Password Settings Access to your DSL router is controlled through three user accounts: admin. Note: Password cannot contain a space. and Passwords.

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or change any component.User Manual Safety Precautions Do not open. Connecting to the wrong voltage will damage the equipment. service. Observe safety precautions to avoid electric shock Check voltage before connecting to the power supply. Only qualified technical specialists are allowed to service the equipment. Page 57 of 57 .