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User Manual

DIR-300NRU
Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch

November 2012

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual

Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction..........................................5
Contents and Audience.......................................................5 Conventions.................................................................5 Document Structure..........................................................5

Chapter 2. Overview..............................................6
General Information.........................................................6 Specifications.............................................................. !roduct Appearance.........................................................12 Front Panel..............................................................12 Back Panel...............................................................13 Deliver" !ac#a$e...........................................................1%

Chapter &. Installation and Connection..........................15
'efore (ou 'e$in...........................................................15 Connectin$ to !C...........................................................16 PC with Ethernet Adapter.................................................16 Obtaining IP Address A to!aticall" in O# $indows %P......................16 Obtaining IP Address A to!aticall" in O# $indows &.......................1' PC with $i(Fi Adapter....................................................23 Con)ig ring $i(Fi Adapter in O# $indows %P...............................2* Con)ig ring $i(Fi Adapter in O# $indows &................................2+ Connectin$ to )e*+*ased Interface..........................................2 )e*+*ased Interface Structure..............................................2, Savin$ and -estorin$ Settin$s..............................................&2

Chapter %. Confi$urin$ via )e*+*ased Interface..................&%
Clic#.n.Connect............................................................&% Creating $A, Connection..................................................36 PPPoE Connection.......................................................36 Static IP Connection...................................................41 Dynamic IP Connection..................................................45 PPTP or L2TP Connection................................................49 PPTP + Static IP or L2TP + Static IP Connection........................53 PPTP + Dynamic IP or L2TP + Dynamic IP Connection......................61 Checking Internet A-ailabilit"...........................................6. Con)ig ring $ireless Connection..........................................6' Con)ig ring IP/0.........................................................&1 )ireless /etwor# Settin$s )i0ard........................................... 1 1irtual Server Settin$s )i0ard............................................. , I!21 Setup )i0ard..........................................................34

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Status.....................................................................31 ,etwork #tatistics........................................................1 23CP......................................................................2 4o ting /able.............................................................3 Clients...................................................................* /et........................................................................35 $A,.......................................................................+ Creating PPPoE WA Connection..........................................!6 Connection......................................9" Connection.....................................93 Connection...................................96 Connection..........1"" Connection........1"5 Creating Static IP WA Creating Dynamic IP WA Creating PPTP or L2TP WA

Creating PPTP + Static IP or L2TP + Static IP WA Creating PPTP + Dynamic IP or L2TP + Dynamic IP WA

5A,.....................................................................111 )i+5i.....................................................................112 Co!!on settings.........................................................112 Basic #ettings..........................................................113 #ec rit" #ettings.......................................................11* 6AC Filter..............................................................121 #tation 5ist............................................................122 $P#.....................................................................123 #$ing WPS %&nction 'ia We()(a$e* Inter+ace............................125 #$ing WPS %&nction ,it-o&t We()(a$e* Inter+ace........................125 Additional #ettings.....................................................12& $66.....................................................................12' Client..................................................................131 Advanced..................................................................1&& 05A,....................................................................13* 7PnP....................................................................13& 22,#....................................................................13. 2,#.....................................................................1*1 4o ting.................................................................1*1 4e!ote Access...........................................................1*3 I86P....................................................................1*+ 5irewall..................................................................1%6 IP Filters..............................................................1*6 0irt al #er-ers.........................................................1*' 269.....................................................................1+2 6AC Filter..............................................................1+3 Control...................................................................155 745 Filter..............................................................1++

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..........16..153 Ad!inistrator Password.. A**reviations and Acron"ms....................... Chapter 5.......... Operation Guidelines........................ Connectin$ to Ca*le or DS6 7odem.................................1+' Con)ig ration.....................................16......................................DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual S"stem...................16................................................................................................................................................ )ireless Installation Considerations............1 4 Chapter 6....................16............................................................. Safet" Instructions............................................161 #"ste! 5og................................1 1 Page 4 of 172 ..............................166 /racero te.........................................../P Client..........162 Fir!ware 7pgrade....................................16* .......................16& /elnet.................................

Chapter 3 explains how to install the router DIR-300NRU and configure a () in order to access its web-based interface. Page ) of 172 . # reference to a document. # reference to a chapter or section of this manual. Chapter 4 describes all pages of the web-based interface in detail.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Introduction CHA !"R 1# IN!R$DUC!I$N Contents and Audience This manual describes the router DIR-300NRU and explains how to configure and operate it. Chapter introduces abbre&iations and acron"ms used in this manual.163. #n important note. Data that "ou should enter in the specified field. Chapter 5 includes safet" instructions and tips for networ ing and connecting additional e*uipment. # name of a menu! menu item! control $field! chec box! drop-down list! button! etc. Conventions "%am&le text Before You Begin “Quick Guide” C'an(e 1.%. This manual is intended for users familiar with basic networ ing concepts! who create an in-home local area networ ! and s"stem administrators! who install and configure networ s in offices.2. ! Information Document Structure Chapter 1 describes the purpose and structure of the document.4. Chapter 2 gi&es an o&er&iew of the router's hardware and software features! describes its appearance and the pac age contents.1 Installation Descri&tion The bod" text of the manual.

The ad&anced securit" functions minimi8e threats of hac er attac s! pre&ent unwanted intrusions to "our networ ! and bloc access to unwanted websites for users of "our .22b! 001. It pro&ides a fast and simple wa" to create a wireless and wired networ at home or in an office. modem or to a pri&ate /thernet line and use a high-speed Internet connection to successfull" fulfill a wide range of professional tas s.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* CHA !"R 2# $+"R+I". .ou can configure and manage the settings of the wireless router DIR-300NRU &ia the user-friendl" web-based interface $the interface is a&ailable in se&eral languages%.ou are able to connect the wireless router DIR-300NRU to a cable or D-. Using the DIR-300NRU de&ice! "ou are able to *uic l" create a wireless networ at home or in "our office! which lets "our relati&es or emplo"ees connect to "our wireless networ &irtuall" an"where $within the operational range of "our wireless networ %. Page . General Information The DIR-300NRU de&ice is a wireless router with a built-in +-port switch. .#N. The built-in +-port switch enables "ou to connect /thernet-enabled computers! game consoles! and other de&ices to "our networ .22g! and 001.22n $at the rate up to 2304bps%. The router supports multiple functions for the wireless interface5 se&eral securit" standards $6/(! 6(#76(#1%! 4#) address filtering! 6(-! 644. The wireless router DIR-300NRU includes a built-in firewall.of 172 . The router can operate as a base station for connecting wireless de&ices of the standards 001.

1T(% D"namic DN-tatic I( routing Remote management Networ statistics for each interface I>4( (rox" RI( U(n( -upport of =.#N 6#N ping respond ? The de&ice features are sub@ect to change without notice. modem or pri&ate /thernet line LAN Interface • + 2072009#-/-T: /thernet ports WLAN Interface • • I/// 001.1T( .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* Specifications* WAN Interface • 2 2072009#-/-T: /thernet port for cable or D-.22b7g Network Functions • 6#N connection t"pes ◦ (((o/ ◦ -tatic I( ◦ D"namic I( ◦ ((T(7.1T( .1T( ◦ ((T(7.rela" =(N pass-through $((T(7.dlin . -tatic I( ◦ ((T(7. of 172 . Page . D"namic I( • • • • • • • • • • • • D<)( ser&er and client DN.ru.22n $up to 2304bps% I/// 001. Aor the latest &ersions of the firmware and rele&ant documentation! &isit www.

22n ◦ D.3 4<8 I-4 band Data Rate • 001.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* Wireless Connection • -upported securit" settings ◦ 6/( ◦ 6(#76(#1 (ersonal ◦ 6(#76(#1 /nterprise • • • • • • 4#) filter 4anaging connected stations (IN and (9) methods of 6(644 $6i-Ai Bo-% #d&anced settings -upport of client mode Frequency Range • 1+00C1+03.3! 1! and 24bps • 001.22g $t"pical at room temperature% ◦ 2+d9m $.7-1d9m% at 22! 3.22g ◦ 3+! +0! 3D! 1+! 20! 21! E! and D4bps • 001.3! 1! and 24bps • 001.7-1d9m% at 3D and 1+4bps ◦ 23d9m $.22b ◦ 22! 3.7-1d9m% at E and D4bps Page / of 172 .7-1d9m% at 20 and 214bps ◦ 2Dd9m $.7-1d9m% at 3+ and +04bps ◦ 23d9m $.22b $t"pical at room temperature% ◦ 2Fd9m $.3C2304bps Transmitter Output ower • 001.

0CF ◦ <T +05 23d9m $.7-1d9m% at 4).22g $t"pical at (/R H 20I $2000-b"te (DUs% at room temperature% ◦ -01d9m at D4bps ◦ -02d9m at E4bps ◦ -FEd9m at 214bps ◦ -FFd9m at 204bps ◦ -F+d9m at 1+4bps ◦ -F0d9m at 3D4bps ◦ -DDd9m at +04bps ◦ -D3d9m at 3+4bps • 001.22b $t"pical at (/R H 0I $2000-b"te (DUs% at room temperature% ◦ -FDd9m at 224bps ◦ -FDd9m at 3.7-1d9m% at 4).22n $t"pical at room temperature 13 0G% ◦ <T 105 2+d9m $.22n $t"pical at (/R H 20I $2000-b"te (DUs% at room temperature 13 0G% ◦ #T$% ◦ -01d9m at 4)--0 ◦ -FEd9m at 4)--2 ◦ -FFd9m at 4)--1 ◦ -F+d9m at 4)--3 ◦ -F0d9m at 4)--+ ◦ -DDd9m at 4)--3 ◦ -D3d9m at 4)--D ◦ -D+d9m at 4)--F Page 0 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* • 001.34bps ◦ -00d9m at 14bps ◦ -00d9m at 24bps • 001.0CF Recei!er "ensiti!ity • 001.

filter 4#) filter D4J (re&ention of #R( and DDo.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* ◦ #T&% ◦ -FEd9m at 4)--0 ◦ -FEd9m at 4)--2 ◦ -F+d9m at 4)--1 ◦ -F2d9m at 4)--3 ◦ -DFd9m at 4)--+ ◦ -D3d9m at 4)--3 ◦ -D1d9m at 4)--D ◦ -D2d9m at 4)--F Firewall Functions • • • • • • • • Networ #ddress Translation $N#T% -tateful (ac et Inspection $-(I% I( filters UR.attac s =irtual ser&ers Configuration an' (anagement • • • • • • • 4ultilingual web-based interface for configuration and management #ccess &ia T/.N/T Airmware update &ia web-based interface -a&ing7restoring configuration to7from file -upport of remote logging #utomatic s"nchroni8ation of s"stem time with NT( ser&er Traceroute utilit" Page 10 of 172 .

#N .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* L)Ds • • • • ower • • /xternal power adapter D) 3=72K Reset to Aactor" Defaults button (ower Internet 6./Ds Operating Temperature • Arom 0 to +0 0) $from 31 to 20+ 0A% "torage Temperature • Arom -10 to D3 0G $from -+ to 2+E 0A% Operating #umi'ity • Arom 20I to E0I non-condensing "torage #umi'ity • Arom 3I to E3I non-condensing Page 11 of 172 .#N + .

Front panel view.#N interface is acti&e $upstream or downstream traffic%.#N port is acti&e $upstream or downstream traffic%. Internet Blinking green Solid green WLAN Blinking green Solid green LAN *+& Blinking green Page 12 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* Product Appearance Front Panel Figure 1. The 6#N interface is acti&e $upstream or downstream traffic%. The 6. # de&ice $computer% is connected to the rele&ant port! the connection is on. The router's 6. 1"D ower Mode Solid green No light Solid green Descri&tion The router is powered on.#N is on. The Internet connection is on. The router is powered off. The .

(ower connector. ort 1AN 1-4 IN!"RN"! )+21A Descri&tion + /thernet ports to connect computers or networ de&ices.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* Back Panel Figure 2. # port to connect to a cable or D-.function%. modem or to a pri&ate /thernet line $it is recommended to use the cable included in the deli&er" pac age%. R"3"! .function5 with the de&ice turned on! push the button and immediatel" release it. 3 To use the 6(.#N $the 6(. The de&ice is also e*uipped with a built-in 6i-Ai antenna. Back panel view. Page 13 of 172 . # button to restore the factor" default settings and to *uic l" add wireless de&ices to the router's 6. To restore the factor" defaults5 with the de&ice turned on! push the button! hold it for 3 seconds! then release it.

! Using a power suppl" with a different &oltage rating than the one included will cause damage and &oid the warrant" for this product.ru7pub7Router7DIR-300NNRU7Description79F%.dlin . The M!ser "anualL and MQuick Installation GuideL documents in Russian and /nglish are a&ailable on D-.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $vervie* Delivery Package The following should be included5 • • • • 6ireless router DIR-300NRU (ower adapter D) 3=72# /thernet cable $)#T 3/% Quick Installation GuideL $brochure%. Page 14 of 172 .in website $see ftp.

We. In addition! "ou should specif" the &alues of --ID! channel number and securit" settings defined in the web-based interface of the router for all these wireless wor stations. Wireless Connection 6ireless wor stations from "our networ should be e*uipped with a wireless 001. Wire' or Wireless NIC . 4a e sure that Pa&a-cript has not been disabled b" other software $such as &irus protection or web user securit" pac ages% running on "our computer.22b! g! or n NI) $6i-Ai adapter%. -rowser The following web browsers are recommended5 6indows Internet /xplorer! 4o8illa Airefox! or Opera. 4a e sure that "ou ha&e all the necessar" information and e*uipment. The web-based interface is a&ailable from an" operating s"stem that supports a web browser. Page 1) of 172 . Aor successful operation! Pa&a-cript should be enabled on the web browser.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection CHA !"R 3# IN3!A11A!I$N AND C$NN"C!I$N Before You Begin (lease! read this manual prior to installing the de&ice.)t/ernet or Wi+Fi A'apter0 #n" computer that uses the router should be e*uipped with an /thernet or 6i-Ai adapter $NI)%. Operating "ystem )onfiguration of the wireless router DIR-300NRU with a built-in +-port switch $hereinafter referred to as Mthe routerL% is performed &ia the built-in web-based interface. If "our computer is not e*uipped with such a de&ice! install an /thernet or 6i-Ai adapter prior to using the router.

The Net ork Connections window. 3. )onnect the power cord to the power connector port on the bac panel of the router! then plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet or power strip. Obtaining IP Address Automatically in OS Windows P 2. 1. )onnect an /thernet cable between an" of .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Connecting to PC PC with Ethernet Adapter 2. Page 1. Turn on "our () and wait until "our operating s"stem is completel" loaded. +. anel 4 Net*or5 and Internet 1. )lic the 3tart button and proceed to the Control Connections 4 Net*or5 Connections window.#N ports located on the bac panel of the router and the /thernet port of "our ().of 172 . Figure 3. 4a e sure that "our () is powered off. In the Net*or5 Connections window! right-clic the rele&ant 1ocal Area Connection icon and select the ro&erties line in the menu displa"ed.

)lic the ro&erties button. The !ocal Area Connection Properties window. Figure 4. of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection 3. Page 1. In the 1ocal Area Connection ro&erties window! on the 6eneral tab! select the Internet rotocol 7!C 8I 9 line.

The Internet Protocol "#CP$IP% Properties window. button. )lic the $. )lic the <= button in the connection properties window. Page 1/ of 172 . -elect the $btain an I address automaticall: and $btain DN3 server address automaticall: radio buttons. Now "our computer is configured to obtain an I( address automaticall".DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection +. Figure 5. 3.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Obtaining IP Address Automatically in OS Windows ! 2. The Control Panel window. 1. -elect the Net*or5 and 3'arin( Center section. Page 10 of 172 . $If the )ontrol (anel has the categor" &iew $the Cate(or: &alue is selected from the +ie* b: drop-down list in the top right corner of the window%! choose the +ie* net*or5 status and tas5s line under the Net*or5 and Internet section. )lic the 3tart button and proceed to the Control anel window.% Figure 6.

Figure 7. Page 20 of 172 . The Net ork and S&aring Center window. In the menu located on the left part of the window! select the C'an(e ada&ter settin(s line.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection 3.

Page 21 of 172 . The Net ork Connections window. In the opened window! right-clic the rele&ant 1ocal Area Connection icon and select the ro&erties line in the menu displa"ed. Figure .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection +.

Page 22 of 172 . )lic the ro&erties button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection 3. The !ocal Area Connection Properties window. Figure !. In the 1ocal Area Connection ro&erties window! on the Net*or5in( tab! select the Internet rotocol +ersion 4 7!C 8I v49 line.

F. )onnect the power cord to the power connector port on the bac panel of the router! then plug the power adapter into an electrical outlet or power strip. The Internet Protocol 'ersion ( "#CP$IPv(% Properties window. PC with Wi"Fi Adapter 2. Turn on "our 6i-Ai adapter. Turn on "our () and wait until "our operating s"stem is completel" loaded. )lic the $. 3. button. 1.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection D. )lic the $. #s a rule! modern noteboo s with built-in wireless NI)s are e*uipped with a button or switch that turns on7off the wireless adapter $refer to "our () documents%. -elect the $btain an I address automaticall: and $btain DN3 server address automaticall: radio buttons. If "our () is e*uipped with a pluggable wireless NI)! install the software pro&ided with "our 6i-Ai adapter. Page 23 of 172 . Now "our computer is configured to obtain an I( address automaticall". button in the connection properties window. Figure 1".

+. -elect the icon of the wireless networ connection and ma e sure that "our 6i-Ai adapter is on. Figure 11. Page 24 of 172 . #fter that the . )lic the 3tart button and proceed to the Control Connections 4 Net*or5 Connections window. ! If "ou perform initial configuration of the router &ia 6i-Ai connection! note that immediatel" after changing the wireless default settings of the router "ou will need to reconfigure the wireless connection using the newl" specified settings. -earch for a&ailable wireless networ s.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Con#iguring Wi"Fi Adapter in OS Windows P 2. 3.ireless Net*or5 Connection 3tatus window appears.ireless Net*or5 Connection window! select the wireless networ DI-+ &44/-8' and clic the Connect button. In the opened . The Net ork Connections window. anel 4 Net*or5 and Internet 1.

)lic the 3tart button and proceed to the Control anel window. The noti#ication area o# the ta$k%ar. In the opened window! select the icon of the wireless networ connection and ma e sure that "our 6i-Ai adapter is on. +.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Con#iguring Wi"Fi Adapter in OS Windows ! 2. Page 2) of 172 . -elect the Net*or5 and 3'arin( Center section. In the menu located on the left part of the window! select the C'an(e ada&ter settin(s line. 3. To open the list of a&ailable wireless networ s! select the icon of the wireless networ connection and clic the Connect !o button or left-clic the networ icon in the notification area located on the right side of the tas bar. Figure 13. 1. $If the )ontrol (anel has the categor" &iew $the Cate(or: &alue is selected from the +ie* b: drop-down list in the top right corner of the window%! choose the +ie* net*or5 status and tas5s line under the Net*or5 and Internet section.% Figure 12. The Control Panel window. 3.

! If "ou perform initial configuration of the router &ia 6i-Ai connection! note that immediatel" after changing the wireless default settings of the router "ou will need to reconfigure the wireless connection using the newl" specified settings. F. Figure 14.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection D. The li$t o# availa%le network$.of 172 . In the opened window! in the list of a&ailable wireless networ s! select the wireless networ DI-+&44/-8' and clic the Connect button. #fter the connection is established! the networ icon will be displa"ed as the signal le&el scale. 6ait for about 10-30 seconds. Page 2.

On the opened page! enter the username and password for the administrator account in the 1o(in and ass*ord fields correspondingl" $b" default! the following username and password are specified5 admin! admin%.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Connecting to )e*+*ased Interface 6hen "ou ha&e configured "our computer! "ou can access the web-based interface and configure needed parameters $create a 6#N connection! change the parameters of the wireless networ ! specif" the settings of the firewall! etc. Figure 15.%. -tart a web browser $see the Before You Begin section! page 23%. (ress the )nter e". 2. Figure 16.4. ! If the error MThe page cannot be displayedL $or MUnable to display the pageL7MCould not connect to remote serverL% occurs upon connecting to the web-based interface of the router! ma e sure that "ou ha&e properl" connected the router to "our computer.1%. Page 2. &onnecting to the we%'%a$ed inter#ace o# the ()*'3""N*+ device. 3.163. Then clic the "nter lin . 1. The login page.2. In the address bar of the web browser! enter the I( address of the router $b" default! the following I( address is specified5 1. of 172 .

ini$trator pa$$word. ! Remember or write down the new password for the administrator account. Figure 17. /nter a new password in the ass*ord and Con>irmation fields $"ou ma" use digits! . In case of losing the new password! "ou can access the settings of the router onl" after restoring the factor" default settings &ia the hardware R)")T1W " button. Page 2/ of 172 .atin letters $uppercase and7or lowercase%! and characters a&ailable on the e"board%! then clic the 3ave lin . This procedure wipes out all settings that "ou ha&e configured for "our router. The page #or changing the de#ault ad.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Right after the first access to the web-based interface "ou are forwarded to the page for changing the administrator password specified b" default.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection )e*+*ased Interface Structure #fter successful registration the router's *uic settings page opens. The -uick $etting$ page. -elect a needed language from the menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o&er the 1an(ua(e caption.#N! etc. &hanging the language o# the we%'%a$ed inter#ace.ou can change the language of the web-based interface in an" menu item. Page 20 of 172 .%. #fter selecting the language! the notification on unsa&ed changes will be displa"ed. . The *uic settings page displa"s general information on the router and its software $the &ersion and the date of the firmware! the I( address of the de&ice! the name of the 6. Figure 1 . Figure 1!. The web-based interface of the router is multilingual. )lic the 3ave icon $ % to sa&e the current language of the web-based interface as the default language.

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On the *uic settings page "ou can run a needed 6i8ard! *uic l" get to some pages of the webbased interface! search for a specific page! or switch to the ad&anced settings section. To upgrade the firmware of the router! left-clic the current firmware &ersion $the right column of the ?irm*are version line%. #fter clic ing the line! the 3:stem 8 ?irm*are u&(rade page opens $for the detailed description of the page! see the #ir$%are !pgrade section! page 2D+%. To contact the technical support group $to send an e-mail%! left-clic the support e-mail address $the right column of the 3u&&ort line%. #fter clic ing the line! the e-mail client window for sending a new letter to the specified address opens. To edit the router's local interface parameters! left-clic the I( or 4#) address of the local interface $the right column of the 1AN I line or 1AN MAC line correspondingl"%. #fter clic ing the line! the page for editing the .#N interface opens $for the detailed description of the page! see the &'( section! page 220%. To configure the router's 6.#N parameters! left-clic the --ID of the 6.#N $the right column of the 33ID line%. #fter clic ing the line! the ,i-?i 8 @asic settin(s page opens $for the detailed description of the page! see the Basic )ettings section! page 223%. To configure connection to the Internet! clic the Clic5AnAConnect lin in the Net section $for the detailed description of the 6i8ard! see the Click*n*Connect section! page 3+%. To configure the router's wireless networ ! clic the ,ireless net*or5 settin(s *iBard lin in the ,i-?i section $for the detailed description of the 6i8ard! see the +ireless (et%ork )ettings +i,ard section! page F2%. To configure access from the Internet to a web ser&er located in "our .#N! clic the +irtual server settin(s *iBard lin in the ?ire*all section $for the detailed description of the 6i8ard! see the -irtual )er.er )ettings +i,ard section! page FE%. To configure the router to use an I(T= set-top box! clic the I !+ settin(s *iBard lin in the I !+ section $for the detailed description of the 6i8ard! see the I/0- )etup +i,ard section! page 00%. To configure all parameters of the router independentl" without the 6i8ards! clic the Advanced settin(s lin in the bottom right corner of the page.

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Figure 2". The advanced $etting$ page.

The pages of the 3tatus section displa" data on the current state of the router $for the description of the pages! see the )tatus section! page 02%. The pages of the Net section are designed for configuring basic parameters of the .#N interface of the router and creating a connection to the Internet $for the description of the pages! see the (et section! page 03%. The pages of the ,i-?i section are designed for specif"ing all needed settings of the router's wireless networ $for the description of the pages! see the +i1#i section! page 221%. #lso "ou can enable or disable the de&ice's 6.#N directl" from the ad&anced settings page. To enable the 6.#N! select the $n position $ 6.#N! select the $>> position $ % of the "nable8Disable ,i-?i switch. To disable the % of the "nable8Disable ,i-?i switch.

The pages of the Advanced section are designed for configuring additional parameters of the router $for the description of the pages! see the 'd.anced section! page 233%. The pages of the ?ire*all section are designed for configuring the firewall of the router $for the description of the pages! see the #ire%all section! page 2+D%. The pages of the Control section are designed for creating restrictions on access to the Internet $for the description of the page! see the Control section! page 233%. The pages of the 3:stem section pro&ide functions for managing the internal s"stem of the router $for the description of the pages! see the )2ste$ section! page 230%.

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DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual

Installation and Connection

#lso "ou can find a specific page &ia search. To do this! enter the name of the page! wholl" or partl"! in the search bar in the top part of the web-based interface page! and then select a needed lin in the search results.

Figure 21. The page di$pla.ing the $earch re$ult$.

Saving and ,estoring Settings

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Note that "ou should regularl" sa&e the changes of the router's settings to the non&olatile memor".

The router's web-based interface displa"s the notification on unsa&ed changes at the top of the page.

Figure 22. The noti#ication on un$aved change$.

(lace the mouse pointer on the Noti>ications icon $ clic the rele&ant lin .

% to &iew the list of unsa&ed changes and

,ou can sa&e the router's settings &ia the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o&er the 3:stem caption.

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#ll . Now "ou can access the web-based interface of the router using the default I( address! username and password. #lso "ou can sa&e the router's configuration to "our () &ia the @ac5u& button on the 3:stem 8 Con>i(uration page. #lso "ou can restore the factor" default settings &ia the hardware R)")T1W " button. #lso "ou can sa&e the de&ice's parameters &ia the 3ave button on the 3:stem 8 Con>i(uration page./Ds of the router should turn off and then turn on again.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Installation and Connection Figure 23. Page 33 of 172 . 6hen "ou ha&e configured all needed settings! clic the 1o(out line. )lic the 3aveCReboot line to sa&e new settings and immediatel" reboot the router. )lic the Reboot line if "ou ha&e alread" sa&ed the router's settings. The top'page . 6ait for about 30 seconds. #lso "ou can restore the factor" defaults &ia the ?actor: button on the 3:stem 8 Con>i(uration page.enu. Then release the button. )lic the 3ave line to sa&e new settings to the non-&olatile memor" and continue configuring the de&ice. )lic the ?actor: line to restore the factor" default settings. To restore the factor" default settings! push the button $with the router powere' on% and hold for 3 seconds. )lic the @ac5u& line and follow the dialog box appeared to sa&e the configuration $all settings of the router% to "our (). The button is located on the bac panel of the router next to the power connector.

/D should be on%. Figure 24. )lic the Ne%t button to continue."@-@A3"D To configure connection to the Internet! clic the Clic5AnAConnect lin in the Net section.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via ./D $the Internet . &on#iguring connection to the )nternet. =erif" the rele&ant .eb-based Inter>ace CHA !"R 4# C$N?I6URIN6 IN!"R?AC" Click-n-Connect +IA . )onnect the /thernet cable pro&ided b" "our I-( to the 6#N port of the router. Page 34 of 172 .

eb-based Inter>ace Figure 25. On the opened page! select the needed choice of the radio button and clic the Ne%t button. Page 3) of 172 . The page #or $electing the connection t.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .pe.

ass*ord and ass*ord con>irmation #s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a connection of the selected t"pe. If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode. To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page.eb-based Inter>ace Creating WA$ Connection PPPo. Connection Figure 26.of 172 . Page 3. &on#iguring ///o0 12N connection. In the Connection name field! specif" a name for the connection for easier identification. In the Username field! enter "our login! and in the fields Q the password pro&ided b" "our I-(.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .

#lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's . To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. of 172 . This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface. arameter Connection name Descri&tion # name for connection for easier identification.t&ernet $ection. The e3pert $etting$ .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 27. MAC . The . In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement.#N at the moment. Page 3. &on#iguring ///o0 12N connection.ode. # 4#) address assigned to the interface.

. The name of the (((o/ authentication ser&er.it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation 3ervice name Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U # username $login% to access the Internet. The e3pert $etting$ . -pecif" the re*uired &alues.ee& Alive Page 3/ of 172 . The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 2 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to "our I-( e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time.ode. # password to access the Internet. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable. The PPP $ection. -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the Internet. The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. arameter Descri&tion Username . &on#iguring ///o0 12N connection. -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue.

Dial on demand I e%tension 3tatic I Address debu( o" &ass t'rou(' Page 30 of 172 .eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish connection to the Internet on demand. -elect the chec box if "ou want to allow (((o/ clients of computers from "our . Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address to access the Internet. This option is used b" some I-(s. )ontact "our I-( to clarif" if this chec box needs to be enabled. -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated.#N to connect to the Internet through this (((o/ connection of the router.

eb-based Inter>ace Figure 2!. #fter that the page displa"ing all specified settings opens. Page 40 of 172 . #fter clic ing the A&&l: button! the page for chec ing the Internet a&ailabilit" opens $see the Checking Internet '.ode. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .g. )lic the A&&l: button to create the connection or the @ac5 button to specif" other settings.#N. &on#iguring ///o0 12N connection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. The e3pert $etting$ . The /iscellaneous $ection. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e.aila3ilit2 section! page D0%. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . in( )lic the Ne%t button to continue.

To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page.eb-based Inter>ace Static IP Connection Figure 3". #s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a connection of the selected t"pe. If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode. Page 41 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . address field! enter the I( address of the gatewa" used b" this 6#N In the rimar: DN3 server field! enter the address of the primar" DN. &on#iguring Static )/ 12N connection. In the 6ate*a: I connection. In the Connection name field! specif" a name for the connection for easier identification. Aill in the I Address and Netmas5 fields.ser&er.

MAC . Page 42 of 172 .ode. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's . "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. The . &on#iguring Static )/ 12N connection. To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement. # 4#) address assigned to the interface. The e3pert $etting$ .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 31.t&ernet $ection. arameter Connection name Descri&tion # name for connection for easier identification.#N at the moment. This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .

/nter an I( address of the gatewa" used b" this 6#N connection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . &on#iguring Static )/ 12N connection.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 32.ser&ers in the 3econdar: DN3 server rele&ant fields. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed.ode. /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . arameter I I Address Netmas5 6ate*a: I address rimar: DN3 server8 Descri&tion /nter an I( address for this 6#N connection. /nter a subnet mas for this 6#N connection. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$. Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. Page 43 of 172 .g.#N. The e3pert $etting$ .

Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . )lic the A&&l: button to create the connection or the @ac5 button to specif" other settings. Page 44 of 172 . #fter that the page displa"ing all specified settings opens.aila3ilit2 section! page D0%. )lic the Ne%t button to continue. #fter clic ing the A&&l: button! the page for chec ing the Internet a&ailabilit" opens $see the Checking Internet '.eb-based Inter>ace arameter in( Descri&tion -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection.

In the Connection name field! specif" a name for the connection for easier identification. &on#iguring (. Page 4) of 172 . #s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a connection of the selected t"pe.ic )/ 12N connection.na. If "our I-( has pro&ided the addresses of the DN.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .eb-based Inter>ace Dynamic IP Connection Figure 33. To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page.ser&ers! deselect the $btain DN3 server addresses automaticall: chec box and fill in the rimar: DN3 server field. If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode.

The .ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's .ode. MAC . This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding. "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .ic )/ 12N connection.#N at the moment. The e3pert $etting$ .na. Page 4.of 172 . # 4#) address assigned to the interface.t&ernet $ection. In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 34. &on#iguring (. arameter Connection name Descri&tion # name for connection for easier identification. To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.

The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$. &on#iguring (. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 35. If the chec box is selected! the rimar: DN3 server and 3econdar: DN3 server fields are not displa"ed. /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN.na.ser&ers in the rele&ant fields.#N. Optional. The identifier of "our I-(. of 172 . The e3pert $etting$ . -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e.ic )/ 12N connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .ode.g. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. arameter I $btain DN3 server addresses automaticall: rimar: DN3 server8 3econdar: DN3 server +endor ID Descri&tion -elect the chec box to configure automatic assignment of DNser&er addresses. Page 4. Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.

)lic the A&&l: button to create the connection or the @ac5 button to specif" other settings. Page 4/ of 172 . )lic the Ne%t button to continue. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. #fter that the page displa"ing all specified settings opens.eb-based Inter>ace arameter in( Descri&tion -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection.aila3ilit2 section! page D0%.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . #fter clic ing the A&&l: button! the page for chec ing the Internet a&ailabilit" opens $see the Checking Internet '.

To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page. In the Connection name field! specif" a name for the connection for easier identification.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . ass*ord and ass*ord con>irmation In the + N server address field! enter the I( or UR. &on#iguring //T/ 12N connection. address of the ((T( or .eb-based Inter>ace PP#P or !0#P Connection Figure 36.1T( authentication ser&er. In the Username field! enter "our login! and in the fields Q the password to connect to a remote ser&er. Page 40 of 172 . #s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a protected connection $the =(N tunnel%. If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode.

ode. The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. # username $login% to access the ser&er. + N Connect automaticall: Username .it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation + N server address -elect the chec box to enable auto-start of the connection upon the boot-up of the router.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the ser&er. Page )0 of 172 .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 37.1T( authentication ser&er. The e3pert $etting$ . The 'PN $ection. &on#iguring //T/ 12N connection. arameter Connection name Descri&tion # name for connection for easier identification. The I( or UR. address of the ((T( or . # password to access the ser&er.

M " 40812/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit or 210-bit e" is applied. . The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. • • No encr:&t5 4((/ encr"ption is not applied. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish the connection on demand.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion -elect a method of 4((/ encr"ption. Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address for this connection. #d&anced options of the pppd daemon which need to be specified for this connection. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable. In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated. e" is "ncr:&tion • • M " 12/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a 210-bit applied.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to the ser&er e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time. The assigned I( address.ee& Alive "%tra o&tions Dial on demand 3tatic I Address debu( I received Page )1 of 172 . Optional. 4((/ encr"ption can be applied onl" if the M3-CHA 2 M3CHA -+2! or AU!$ &alue is selected from the Aut'entication al(orit'm drop-down list. M " 40 bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit e" is applied. -pecif" the re*uired &alues.

#fter clic ing the A&&l: button! the page for chec ing the connection a&ailabilit" opens $see the Checking Internet '. arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.aila3ilit2 section! page D0%. in( )lic the Ne%t button to continue.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our .ode. The /iscellaneous $ection. The e3pert $etting$ . &on#iguring //T/ 12N connection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. )lic the A&&l: button to create the connection or the @ac5 button to specif" other settings.#N. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. Page )2 of 172 .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 3 . #fter that the page displa"ing all specified settings opens.

#s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a non-protected connection of the selected t"pe.eb-based Inter>ace PP#P 1 Static IP or !0#P 1 Static IP Connection Figure 3!. Page )3 of 172 . To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page. address field! enter the I( address of the gatewa" used b" this 6#N In the rimar: DN3 server field! enter the address of the primar" DN.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the 6ate*a: I connection.ser&er. &on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection. Aill in the I Address and Netmas5 fields. If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode.

The e3pert $etting$ . arameter "t'ernet M!U Descri&tion The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. &on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's .#N at the moment.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 4". # 4#) address assigned to the interface. In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding. The . Page )4 of 172 . MAC .t&ernet $ection.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface.ode. To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.

The e3pert $etting$ . -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . /nter an I( address of the gatewa" used b" this 6#N connection. arameter I I Address Netmas5 6ate*a: I address rimar: DN3 server8 3econdar: DN3 server Descri&tion /nter an I( address for this 6#N connection. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$.g.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 41.#N. /nter a subnet mas for this 6#N connection.ode. Page )) of 172 .ser&ers in the rele&ant fields. &on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed. Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.

Figure 42.of 172 . &on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page ). )lic the Ne%t button to continue.eb-based Inter>ace arameter in( Descri&tion -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. If needed! enter the I( addresses of the I-('s local resources. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. )lic the Ne%t button to continue.

&on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection.1T( authentication ser&er. ass*ord and ass*ord con>irmation In the + N server address field! enter the I( or UR. In the Connection name field! specif" a name for the connection for easier identification. #s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a protected connection $the =(N tunnel%.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 43. Page ). of 172 . If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode. In the Username field! enter "our login! and in the fields Q the password pro&ided b" "our I-(.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page. address of the ((T( or .

1T( authentication ser&er. address of the ((T( or . # username $login% to access the Internet. The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. arameter Connection name Descri&tion # name for connection for easier identification.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the Internet. The I( or UR. The e3pert $etting$ .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 44. Page )/ of 172 .it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation + N server address -elect the chec box to enable auto-start of the connection upon the boot-up of the router. # password to access the Internet. &on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection.ode. + N Connect automaticall: Username . The 'PN $ection.

M " 40 bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit e" is applied. Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address to access the Internet. -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging. The I( address assigned b" the I-(. Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. 4((/ encr"ption can be applied onl" if the M3-CHA 2 M3CHA -+2! or AU!$ &alue is selected from the Aut'entication al(orit'm drop-down list. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable. e" is "ncr:&tion • • M " 12/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a 210-bit applied.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Optional. M " 40812/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit or 210-bit e" is applied. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish connection to the Internet on demand. In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion -elect a method of 4((/ encr"ption. . #d&anced options of the pppd daemon which need to be specified for this connection. • • No encr:&t5 4((/ encr"ption is not applied. -pecif" the re*uired &alues.ee& Alive "%tra o&tions Dial on demand 3tatic I Address debu( I received Page )0 of 172 . -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to "our I-( e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time.

&on#iguring //T/ 4 Static )/ 12N connection. )lic the A&&l: button to create the connection or the @ac5 button to specif" other settings. arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . #fter clic ing the A&&l: button! the page for chec ing the Internet a&ailabilit" opens $see the Checking Internet '.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 45. #fter that the page displa"ing all specified settings opens. in( )lic the Ne%t button to continue.aila3ilit2 section! page D0%. Page -0 of 172 . The e3pert $etting$ .ode.#N. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. The /iscellaneous $ection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our .

#s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a non-protected connection of the selected t"pe.ic )/ 12N connection.ser&ers! deselect the $btain DN3 server addresses automaticall: chec box and fill in the rimar: DN3 server field.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode. To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page.na. Page -1 of 172 . &on#iguring //T/ 4 (. If "our I-( has pro&ided the addresses of the DN.eb-based Inter>ace PP#P 1 Dynamic IP or !0#P 1 Dynamic IP Connection Figure 46.

The .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 47. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's .ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface.ode.na. Page -2 of 172 . To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.t&ernet $ection. MAC .ic )/ 12N connection.#N at the moment.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement. # 4#) address assigned to the interface. arameter "t'ernet M!U Descri&tion The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding. The e3pert $etting$ . &on#iguring //T/ 4 (.

&on#iguring //T/ 4 (. If the chec box is selected! the rimar: DN3 server and 3econdar: DN3 server fields are not displa"ed. Page -3 of 172 .ser&ers in the rele&ant fields. /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The e3pert $etting$ .ode.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 4 . Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed.#N.ic )/ 12N connection. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e. Optional. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$. The identifier of "our I-(.g. arameter I $btain DN3 server addresses automaticall: rimar: DN3 server8 3econdar: DN3 server +endor ID Descri&tion -elect the chec box to configure automatic assignment of DNser&er addresses. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s.na.

na.ic )/ 12N connection. )lic the Ne%t button to continue. If "ou need to specif" additional settings! open the expert settings mode. Figure 4!.1T( authentication ser&er. address of the ((T( or . #s a rule! the specified settings are enough to configure a protected connection $the =(N tunnel%. ass*ord and ass*ord con>irmation In the + N server address field! enter the I( or UR. To do this! use the switch in the bottom left corner of the page.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the Connection name field! specif" a name for the connection for easier identification. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. &on#iguring //T/ 4 (. Page -4 of 172 . In the Username field! enter "our login! and in the fields Q the password pro&ided b" "our I-(.eb-based Inter>ace arameter in( Descri&tion -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection.

# username $login% to access the Internet.ode.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page -) of 172 . The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. # password to access the Internet. The e3pert $etting$ .ic )/ 12N connection. The 'PN $ection.1T( authentication ser&er. &on#iguring //T/ 4 (. -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the Internet. arameter Connection name Descri&tion # name for connection for easier identification.na. address of the ((T( or . The I( or UR. + N Connect automaticall: Username .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 5".it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation + N server address -elect the chec box to enable auto-start of the connection upon the boot-up of the router.

The I( address assigned b" the I-(.of 172 . #d&anced options of the pppd daemon which need to be specified for this connection. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish connection to the Internet on demand. Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address to access the Internet.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion -elect a method of 4((/ encr"ption. M " 40812/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit or 210-bit e" is applied. Optional.ee& Alive "%tra o&tions Dial on demand 3tatic I Address debu( I received Page -. • • No encr:&t5 4((/ encr"ption is not applied.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated. 4((/ encr"ption can be applied onl" if the M3-CHA 2 M3CHA -+2! or AU!$ &alue is selected from the Aut'entication al(orit'm drop-down list. M " 40 bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit e" is applied. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable. e" is "ncr:&tion • • M " 12/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a 210-bit applied. -pecif" the re*uired &alues. The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. . -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to "our I-( e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time.

The e3pert $etting$ . in( )lic the Ne%t button to continue.ode. of 172 . arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.#N. Page -. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. #fter clic ing the A&&l: button! the page for chec ing the Internet a&ailabilit" opens $see the Checking Internet '.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our .aila3ilit2 section! page D0%. #fter that the page displa"ing all specified settings opens. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 51. &on#iguring //T/ 4 (.ic )/ 12N connection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. The /iscellaneous $ection.na. )lic the A&&l: button to create the connection or the @ac5 button to specif" other settings.

Page -/ of 172 . Figure 52. &hecking the )nternet availa%ilit. To rechec the status of the 6#N connection! enter the I( address or name of a host in the Address field or lea&e the &alue specified b" default $"a.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .. Then clic the Rec'ec5 button.ru%. )lic the @ac5 button to specif" other settings. #fter clic ing the Ne%t button! the page for configuring wireless connection opens $see the Configuring +ireless Connection section! page DE%. In the Result section! the status of the 6#N connection and possible causes of malfunctions are displa"ed. )lic the Ne%t button to continue.eb-based Inter>ace Checking Internet A%ailability On the page! "ou can chec the 6#N connection "ou ha&e created.

#N. )lic the 35i& to ne%t button to disable 6i-Ai connections.8.eb-based Inter>ace Con#iguring Wireless Connection On the page! "ou can change the name of "our wireless networ ! specif" a password to it! or disable 6i-Ai connections.e: 3.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .3.section! page F0%. In the 33ID field! specif" a new name for the networ $use digits and . mi%ed authentication t"pe is specified for the router's 6.atin characters%. field! enter a e" $a password that will be used to access "our wireless networ %. )lic the Ne%t button to continue. Figure 53. #fter clic ing the Ne%t button or the 35i& to ne%t button! the page for configuring the router to use an I(T= set-top box opens $see the Configuring I/0. Page -0 of 172 . A2. Use digits and .atin characters. In the "ncr:&tion . A3. &on#iguring the wirele$$ connection. #fter appl"ing this setting! the .

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On the page! "ou can configure the router to use an I(T= set-top box.

Figure 54. The page #or $electing a 52N port to connect an )/T6 $et'top %o3.

On the opened page! select the .#N port of the router to which "ou will connect "our I(T= set-top box. If in the future "ou need to disconnect "our I(T= set-top box from the specified .#N port and connect to it a computer! start the I !+ settin(s *iBard $for the detailed description of the 6i8ard! see the I/0- )etup +i,ard section! page 00%. If for accessing the Internet and I(T= ser&ices "our I-( uses &irtual local area networ s with identifiers $=.#N ID%! to configure access to the I(T= ser&ice! proceed to the Advanced 8 +1AN page! create a group of ports with the re*uired &alue of the +1AN ID parameter! !rans&arent t"pe! and the port to which the set-top box will be connected $see the -&'( section! page 23+! for a detailed description of the elements from the page%. )lic the @ac5 button to specif" other settings for "our wireless networ . )lic the Ne%t button to continue. )lic the 35i& to ne%t button in order not to appl" the I(T= settings. On the opened page! clic the @ac5 button to specif" other settings for configuring the router to use an I(T= set-top box. )lic the 3ave button to sa&e the specified settings. #fter clic ing the 3ave button! the *uic settings page opens.

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To specif" all needed settings for "our wireless networ ! clic the ,ireless net*or5 settin(s *iBard in the ,i-?i section.

Figure 55. &o,,on and advanced $etting$ o# the wirele$$ 52N.

On the opened page! in the Common settin(s section! select the "nable ,ireless chec box $if it was deselected before% to enable 6i-Ai connections. )lic the Ne%t button to continue.

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In the @asic settin(s section! "ou can change the basic parameters of "our router's 6.#N5 MhideL "our wireless networ $Hide Access oint%! specif" a name for the networ $33ID%! select "our location $Countr:% and the wireless channel number $C'annel%! specif" the operating mode $,ireless Mode% and the maximum number of de&ices connected to the wireless networ $Ma% Associated Clients%.

Figure 56. Ba$ic $etting$ o# the wirele$$ 52N.

)lic the Ne%t button to continue.

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The de#ault $ecurit. 9" default! the $&en networ authentication t"pe with no encr"ption is specified for the 6. ! The default securit" settings do not pro&ide sufficient protection for the 6. Page .#N.#N.#N. (lease! specif" "our own securit" settings for the 6. $etting$.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Figure 57.eb-based Inter>ace On the next page! "ou can modif" securit" settings of the 6.3 of 172 .#N.

22n de&ices is selected. A8. 6hen this &alue is selected! de&ices using the . A. A2 . A. 6(#1-based authentication using a (-R. A2.ser&er. A. This authentication t"pe is not a&ailable when on the basic settings page! in the . -hared e" authentication with 6/( encr"ption. 6(#1-based authentication using a R#DIU.3. A2 authentication t"pe can connect to the 6. # mixed t"pe of authentication. A authentication t"pe and de&ices using the .ireless mode drop-down list! a mode supporting 001.8.4 of 172 3'ared . 6(#-based authentication using a (-R. . 6hen this &alue is selected! de&ices using the . . The router supports the following authentication t"pes5 Aut'entication t:&e $&en Descri&tion Open authentication $with 6/( encr"ption for wireless networ modes not supporting 001. mi%ed . Network authentication t.22n de&ices%.3. Page . A . the router. A2 mi%ed .pe$ $upported %. 6(#-based authentication using a R#DIU.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . # mixed t"pe of authentication.ser&er.3. A2.3. A2.3. authentication t"pe can connect to the 6.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 5 .3.#N of the router. authentication t"pe and de&ices using the .#N of the router.

A2! and . A! ." "ncr:&tion settin(s section is displa"ed $the section is una&ailable for the wireless networ operating modes which support the standard 001.22n%5 Figure 5!.) of 172 . Page . 6hen the $&en or 3'ared &alue is selected! the . A2 mi%ed authentication t"pes re*uire a R#DIUser&er.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . the Net ork Aut&entication drop'down li$t. The 3pen value i$ $elected #ro.eb-based Inter>ace ! The . A8.

Aor the 3'ared authentication t"pe the chec box is alwa"s selected. The number of the e" $from first to fourth% which will be used for 6/( encr"ption.." as H"D chec box! and four "ncr:&tion . -elect the chec box to set a hexadecimal number as a encr"ption.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . e" for "nable "ncr:&tion .ou can specif" e"s containing 3 or 23 s"mbols $use digits and7or 49 . The router uses the e" selected from the De>ault ." as H"D chec box is selected! "ou can specif" onl" e"s containing 20 s"mbols $the digits 0-E and the characters #-A%." as H"D "ncr:&tion . It is re*uired to specif" all the fields.e: . If the "ncr:&tion .eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion The chec box acti&ating 6/( encr"ption.atin characters%.e: .e: ID field! the "ncr:&tion .e: . Page .of 172 .e: ID "ncr:&tion .e: ." fields are displa"ed on the page.e: .e: ID drop-down list." 71. 6hen the chec box is selected! the De>ault . Re"s for 6/( encr"ption." De>ault .

The e" can contain digits and7or . the Net ork Aut&entication drop'down li$t. A2.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . and .I ! A"3! or !. A "ncr:&tion . A.eb-based Inter>ace 6hen the . of 172 . The time period $in seconds%! at the end of which a new e" for 6(# encr"ption is generated.atin characters. 6hen the &alue 4 is specified for this field! the e" is not renewed.3. A rene*al Descri&tion # e" for 6(# encr"ption. The )PA0+PS4 value i$ $elected #ro. mi%ed &alue is selected! the .e: 3. A. A.3.3.. A "ncr:&tion settin(s section is displa"ed5 Figure 6".3. A2. A2.! or . A2 reaut'entication .3.8.3. #n encr"ption method5 !.3.I EA"3.! . Page . mi%ed authentication t"pes%. arameter "ncr:&tion .8. The chec box acti&ating preliminar" authentication $displa"ed onl" for the . . A2.

I ! A"3! or !. A2! or .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page . A2 and . A! . The )PA0 value i$ $elected #ro. 6hen all the steps of configuring the 6. The password which the router uses for communication with the RADIU3 encr:&tion 5e: R#DIU. A rene*al #n encr"ption method5 !. A2 mi%ed authentication t"pes%.ser&er settings%.eb-based Inter>ace 6hen the .ser&er $the &alue of this parameter is specified in the R#DIU. #fter that "ou get to the *uic settings page. arameter . # port of the R#DIU. A2 reaut'entication I address ort Descri&tion The chec box acti&ating preliminar" authentication $displa"ed onl" for the . the Net ork Aut&entication drop'down li$t. A8. A "ncr:&tion settin(s sections are a&ailable5 Figure 61. The time period $in seconds%! at the end of which a new e" for 6(# encr"ption is generated./ of 172 .#N are completed! the specified settings are displa"ed on the page. A "ncr:&tion . 6hen the &alue 4 is specified for this field! the e" is not renewed. )hec their correctness and then clic the 3ave button. The I( address of the R#DIU. .ser&er. A2 mi%ed &alue is selected! the RADIU3 settin(s and .I EA"3.ser&er. )lic the Ne%t button to continue. A8.

0 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page . /nter a name for the &irtual ser&er for easier identification. Name Inter>ace rivate I Remote I 6hen needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button. Figure 62. . The page #or adding a virtual $erver. -elect a 6#N connection to which this &irtual ser&er will be assigned. /nter the I( address of the ser&er from the local area networ . To choose a de&ice connected to the router's .eb-based Inter>ace 'irtual Server Settings )i2ard To create a &irtual ser&er for redirecting incoming Internet traffic to a specified I( address in the .ou can specif" an" name.#N at the moment! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. On the opened page! "ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter !em&late Descri&tion -elect a &irtual ser&er template from the drop-down list! or select Custom to specif" all parameters of the new &irtual ser&er manuall". /nter the I( address of the ser&er from the external networ . #fter that "ou get to the *uic settings page.#N! clic the +irtual server settin(s *iBard lin in the ?ire*all section.

#N ID%! to configure access to the I(T= ser&ice! proceed to the Advanced 8 +1AN page! create a group of ports with the re*uired &alue of the +1AN ID parameter! !rans&arent t"pe! and the port to which the set-top box will be connected $see the -&'( section! page 23+! for a detailed description of the elements from the page%. The page #or $electing a 52N port to connect an )/T6 $et'top %o3. If for accessing the Internet and I(T= ser&ices "our I-( uses &irtual local area networ s with identifiers $=. #fter that "ou will get to the *uic settings page.eb-based Inter>ace IP#' Setup )i2ard To configure the router to use an I(T= set-top box! clic the I !+ settin(s *iBard in the I -!+ section.#N port of the router to which "ou will connect "our I(T= set-top box and clic the C'an(e button. Figure 63. On the opened page! select the . If in the future "ou need to disconnect "our I(T= set-top box from the specified .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page /0 of 172 .#N port and connect to it a computer! on the current page deselect the .#N port and clic the C'an(e button.

Aor each connection the following data are displa"ed5 name and state $when the connection is on! its name is highlighted in green! when the connection is off! its name is highlighted in red%! I( address and subnet mas ! gatewa" $if the connection is established%! 4#) address! 4TU &alue! and &olume of data recei&ed and transmitted $with increase of the &olume the units of measurement are changed automaticall"5 b"te! Rb"te! 4b"te! >b"te%. Page /1 of 172 .#N%. $etwork Statistics On the 3tatus 8 Net*or5 statistics page! "ou can &iew statistics for all connections existing in the s"stem $6#N connections! .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The Status $ Net ork statistics page. Figure 64.eb-based Inter>ace Status The pages of this section displa" data on the current state of the router5 • • • • networ statistics I( addresses leased b" the D<)( ser&er the routing table data on de&ices connected to the router's networ and its web-based interface.#N! 6.

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The 3tatus 8 DHC page displa"s the information on computers that ha&e been identified b" hostnames and 4#) addresses and ha&e got I( addresses from the D<)( ser&er of the de&ice! as well as the I( address expiration periods $the lease time%.

Figure 65. The Status $ D5CP page.

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The 3tatus 8 Routin( table page displa"s the information on routes. The table contains destination I( addresses! gatewa"s! subnet mas s! and other data.

Figure 66. The Status $ ,outing ta*le page.

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On the 3tatus 8 Clients page! "ou can &iew the list of de&ices connected to the router and de&ices accessing its web-based interface.

Figure 67. The Status $ Clients page.

Aor each de&ice the following data are displa"ed5 the I( address! the 4#) address! and the interface to which the de&ice is connected.

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The Net $ )AN page. To delete an existing connection! left-clic the rele&ant line in the table.AN connection is configured in the s"stem. To use one of existing 6#N connections as a default gatewa"! select the choice of the De>ault (ate*a: radio button located in the line corresponding to this connection. On the page displa"ed! clic the Delete button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . . 9" default! the . On the page displa"ed! change the parameters and clic the 3ave button. To create a new connection! clic the Add button. On the page displa"ed! specif" the rele&ant &alues.ou can edit this connection or delete it. It is assigned to the INT)RN)T port of the router.AN page! "ou can create and edit connections used b" the router. Figure 6 . WA$ On the Net 8 .eb-based Inter>ace Net In this menu "ou can configure basic parameters of the router's local area networ and configure connection to the Internet $a 6#N connection%. To edit an existing connection! left-clic the rele&ant line in the table. Page /) of 172 .

-elect the chec box to enable the connection.of 172 .t&ernet $ection$.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The direction of this connection.eb-based Inter>ace Creating PPPo. Page /.AN page. The General settings and . arameter Descri&tion 6eneral settin(s ort Name "nable Direction # ph"sical or &irtual interface to which the new connection will be assigned. # name for connection for easier identification. "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. )AN Connection To create a connection of the (((o/ t"pe! clic the Add button on the Net 8 . Figure 6!. On the opened page! select the o" &alue from the Connection !:&e drop-down list and specif" the needed &alues. The page #or creating a new connection.

The page #or creating a new connection.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface. This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding.#N at the moment. MAC . of 172 . In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement. Page /. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's . The PPP $ection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion # 4#) address assigned to the interface. Figure 7".

)ontact "our I-( to clarif" if this chec box needs to be enabled.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion Username . In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated. # password to access the Internet. Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address to access the Internet. -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging. -pecif" the re*uired &alues. -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the Internet. The name of the (((o/ authentication ser&er. -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish connection to the Internet on demand. -elect the chec box if "ou want to allow (((o/ clients of computers from "our .#N to connect to the Internet through this (((o/ connection of the router. . This option is used b" some I-(s. The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to "our I-( e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time.it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation 3ervice name Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U # username $login% to access the Internet. The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable.ee& Alive Dial on demand I e%tension 3tatic I Address debu( o" &ass t'rou(' Page // of 172 .

-elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 71. arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.#N. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. The page #or creating a new connection.g. Page /0 of 172 . in( 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . The /iscellaneous $ection.

# name for connection for easier identification. The General settings and . -elect the chec box to enable the connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .t&ernet $ection$. Figure 72. On the opened page! select the 3tatic I &alue from the Connection !:&e drop-down list and specif" the needed &alues.eb-based Inter>ace Creating Static IP )AN Connection To create a connection of the -tatic I( t"pe! clic the Add button on the Net 8 . The page #or creating a new connection. Page 00 of 172 .AN page. "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. The direction of this connection. arameter Descri&tion 6eneral settin(s ort Name "nable Direction # ph"sical or &irtual interface to which the new connection will be assigned.

To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding. Page 01 of 172 . In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement. Figure 73. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$. MAC .#N at the moment.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion # 4#) address assigned to the interface.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The page #or creating a new connection. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's .ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . in( 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button. Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s.eb-based Inter>ace arameter I I Address Netmas5 6ate*a: I address rimar: DN3 server8 Descri&tion /nter an I( address for this 6#N connection. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. Page 02 of 172 . /nter a subnet mas for this 6#N connection.#N. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed. /nter an I( address of the gatewa" used b" this 6#N connection. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our .g.ser&ers in the 3econdar: DN3 server rele&ant fields. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Figure 74. # name for connection for easier identification. The direction of this connection. The page #or creating a new connection. arameter Descri&tion 6eneral settin(s ort Name "nable Direction # ph"sical or &irtual interface to which the new connection will be assigned. The General settings and . On the opened page! select the D:namic I &alue from the Connection !:&e drop-down list and specif" the needed &alues. -elect the chec box to enable the connection. Page 03 of 172 .t&ernet $ection$. "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface.AN page.eb-based Inter>ace Creating Dynamic IP )AN Connection To create a connection of the D"namic I( t"pe! clic the Add button on the Net 8 .

eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion # 4#) address assigned to the interface. The page #or creating a new connection.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. MAC . #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's . Figure 75.#N at the moment. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$. Page 04 of 172 . This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding. In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement.

/nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN. Optional. Page 0) of 172 . Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our .g.ser&ers in the rele&ant fields. Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. If the chec box is selected! the rimar: DN3 server and 3econdar: DN3 server fields are not displa"ed. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s.eb-based Inter>ace arameter I $btain DN3 server addresses automaticall: rimar: DN3 server8 3econdar: DN3 server +endor ID Descri&tion -elect the chec box to configure automatic assignment of DNser&er addresses. in( 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed. The identifier of "our I-(.#N.

of 172 .eb-based Inter>ace Creating PP#P or !0#P )AN Connection To create a connection of the ((T( or .ea&e the auto &alue. The General settings $ection.1T( t"pe! clic the Add button on the Net 8 . # name for connection for easier identification. The direction of this connection. On the opened page! select the rele&ant &alue from the Connection !:&e drop-down list and specif" the needed &alues. Page 0.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Figure 76. The page #or creating a new connection. -elect the chec box to enable the connection.AN page. arameter Descri&tion 6eneral settin(s ort Name "nable Direction .

Page 0.1T( authentication ser&er. -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the ser&er.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 77. The 'PN $ection. The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. of 172 . The page #or creating a new connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . # password to access the ser&er. The I( or UR. arameter + N Connect automaticall: Username . address of the ((T( or . # username $login% to access the ser&er.it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation + N server address Descri&tion -elect the chec box to enable auto-start of the connection upon the boot-up of the router.

M " 40 bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit e" is applied. M " 40812/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit or 210-bit e" is applied. -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging. 4((/ encr"ption can be applied onl" if the M3-CHA 2 M3CHA -+2! or AU!$ &alue is selected from the Aut'entication al(orit'm drop-down list. e" is "ncr:&tion • • M " 12/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a 210-bit applied. The assigned I( address. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish the connection on demand. -pecif" the re*uired &alues. Optional. In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable.ee& Alive "%tra o&tions Dial on demand 3tatic I Address debu( I received Page 0/ of 172 . #d&anced options of the pppd daemon which need to be specified for this connection. Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to the ser&er e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time. The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. • • No encr:&t5 4((/ encr"ption is not applied. .eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion -elect a method of 4((/ encr"ption.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address for this connection.

-elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection.#N. The /iscellaneous $ection.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 7 . -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . in( 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button. The page #or creating a new connection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. Page 00 of 172 .

1T( . Figure 7!. arameter Descri&tion 6eneral settin(s ort Name "nable Direction # ph"sical or &irtual interface to which the new connection will be assigned. The direction of this connection. Page 100 of 172 . # name for connection for easier identification.eb-based Inter>ace Creating PP#P 1 Static IP or !0#P 1 Static IP )AN Connection To create a connection of the ((T( .t&ernet $ection$. "t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface.AN page. -elect the chec box to enable the connection. -tatic I( t"pe! clic the Add button on the Net 8 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . On the opened page! select the rele&ant &alue from the Connection !:&e dropdown list and specif" the needed &alues. The page #or creating a new connection. The General settings and . -tatic I( or .

eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion # 4#) address assigned to the interface. /nter an I( address of the gatewa" used b" this 6#N connection.#N at the moment. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$. arameter I I Address Netmas5 6ate*a: I address Descri&tion /nter an I( address for this 6#N connection. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's . Page 101 of 172 . The page #or creating a new connection. To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface. Figure ". /nter a subnet mas for this 6#N connection.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . MAC . In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement.

ser&ers in the rele&ant fields. in( Figure 1. Page 102 of 172 . Miscellaneous "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed.eb-based Inter>ace arameter rimar: DN3 server8 3econdar: DN3 server Descri&tion /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. The 'PN $ection. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e.g.#N. The page #or creating a new connection.

The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. -elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the Internet. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable. # password to access the Internet. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to "our I-( e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time.it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation + N server address Descri&tion -elect the chec box to enable auto-start of the connection upon the boot-up of the router. M " 40 bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit e" is applied.ee& Alive "%tra o&tions Dial on demand Page 103 of 172 . # username $login% to access the Internet. -elect a method of 4((/ encr"ption. -pecif" the re*uired &alues. #d&anced options of the pppd daemon which need to be specified for this connection.eb-based Inter>ace arameter + N Connect automaticall: Username . address of the ((T( or . -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish connection to the Internet on demand. In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated.1T( authentication ser&er. The I( or UR.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. Optional. 4((/ encr"ption can be applied onl" if the M3-CHA 2 M3CHA -+2! or AU!$ &alue is selected from the Aut'entication al(orit'm drop-down list. M " 40812/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit or 210-bit e" is applied. . • • No encr:&t5 4((/ encr"ption is not applied. e" is "ncr:&tion • • M " 12/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a 210-bit applied.

The page #or creating a new connection.eb-based Inter>ace arameter 3tatic I Address debu( I received Descri&tion Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address to access the Internet. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page 104 of 172 . Figure 2. -elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging.#N. arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. The I( address assigned b" the I-(. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. The /iscellaneous $ection. in( 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button.

"t'ernet M!U The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface. Page 10) of 172 .t&ernet $ection$. On the opened page! select the rele&ant &alue from the Connection !:&e drop-down list and specif" the needed &alues. The page #or creating a new connection. D"namic I( t"pe! clic the Add button on the Net 8 . # name for connection for easier identification. The General settings and .AN page.eb-based Inter>ace Creating PP#P 1 Dynamic IP or !0#P 1 Dynamic IP )AN Connection To create a connection of the ((T( . The direction of this connection. arameter Descri&tion 6eneral settin(s ort Name "nable Direction # ph"sical or &irtual interface to which the new connection will be assigned. Figure 3.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .1T( . -elect the chec box to enable the connection. D"namic I( or .

To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. MAC . If the chec box is selected! the rimar: DN3 server and 3econdar: DN3 server fields are not displa"ed.ser&ers in the rele&ant fields. Optional. Miscellaneous Page 10. #lso "ou can set the address of a de&ice connected to the router's . This parameter is mandator" if "our I-( uses 4#) address binding. The page #or creating a new connection.of 172 . Figure 4. The IP and /iscellaneous $ection$.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion # 4#) address assigned to the interface. arameter I $btain DN3 server addresses automaticall: rimar: DN3 server8 3econdar: DN3 server +endor ID Descri&tion -elect the chec box to configure automatic assignment of DNser&er addresses.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The identifier of "our I-(.ou can clic the Clone MAC Address button $ % to set the 4#) address of the networ interface card $of the computer that is being used to configure the router at the moment% as the 4#) address of the 6#N interface. In the field! enter the 4#) address registered b" "our I-( upon concluding the agreement.#N at the moment. /nter addresses of the primar" and secondar" DN.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. &ideo streaming% to be recei&ed.eb-based Inter>ace arameter "nable RI "nable I6M Multicast NA! ?ire*all Descri&tion -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. -elect the chec box to allow multicast traffic from the external networ $e. The 'PN $ection. The page #or creating a new connection. of 172 .#N. Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box.g. in( Figure 5. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. Page 10.

-elect the chec box if "ou don't need to enter a username and password to access the Internet. # username $login% to access the Internet. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to eep "ou connected to "our I-( e&en when the connection has been inacti&e for a specified period of time. -elect a method of 4((/ encr"ption. M " 40 bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit e" is applied. The I( or UR. #d&anced options of the pppd daemon which need to be specified for this connection. Optional.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the Ma%imum idle time field! specif" a period of inacti&it" $in seconds% after which the connection should be terminated. address of the ((T( or .1T( authentication ser&er. -elect the chec box if "ou want the router to establish connection to the Internet on demand. The maximum si8e of units transmitted b" the interface.it'out aut'oriBation ass*ord ass*ord con>irmation + N server address Descri&tion -elect the chec box to enable auto-start of the connection upon the boot-up of the router. 6hen the chec box is selected! the 1C interval and 1C >ails fields are a&ailable. e" is "ncr:&tion • • M " 12/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a 210-bit applied.ee& Alive "%tra o&tions Dial on demand Page 10/ of 172 . -pecif" the re*uired &alues. 4((/ encr"ption can be applied onl" if the M3-CHA 2 M3CHA -+2! or AU!$ &alue is selected from the Aut'entication al(orit'm drop-down list. The confirmation of the entered password $to a&oid mist"pes%. # password to access the Internet. Aut'entication al(orit'm M!U -elect a re*uired authentication method from the drop-down list or lea&e the AU!$ &alue. • • No encr:&t5 4((/ encr"ption is not applied. M " 40812/ bit5 4((/ encr"ption with a +0-bit or 210-bit e" is applied.eb-based Inter>ace arameter + N Connect automaticall: Username . .

-elect the chec box if "ou want to log all data on ((( connection debugging. -elect the chec box to enable protection against #R( and DDoattac s. Figure 6. -elect the chec box if "ou want one 6#N I( address to be used for all computers of "our . arameter Descri&tion Miscellaneous "nable RI NA! ?ire*all -elect the chec box to allow using RI( for this connection. in( 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The /iscellaneous $ection.#N.eb-based Inter>ace arameter 3tatic I Address debu( I received Descri&tion Aill in the field if "ou want to use a static I( address to access the Internet. Page 100 of 172 . Aor securit" reasons! it is recommended not to select this chec box. The I( address assigned b" the I-(. -elect the chec box to allow the router to answer ping re*uests from the external networ through this connection. The page #or creating a new connection.

Disable5 the router's D<)( ser&er is disabled! clients' I( addresses are assigned manuall".4. arameter I Address Netmas5 Descri&tion The I( address of the router in the local subnet. 9" default! the following &alue is specified5 1.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .2. The mas of the local subnet.eb-based Inter>ace +A$ To configure the router's local interface! proceed to the Net 8 1AN page. 6hen this &alue is selected! the DN3 Rela:! 3tart I ! "nd I ! and the 1ease time fields are displa"ed on the page.255. In the DHC server section! "ou can configure the built-in D<)( ser&er of the router. 6hen this &alue is selected! the "%ternal DHC server I field is displa"ed on the page.1. Rela:5 an external D<)( ser&er is used to assign I( addresses to clients. Figure . If needed! edit the basic settings of the local interface. 6hen needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button.255. The $ection #or con#iguring the (7&/ $erver. 9" default! the following &alue is specified5 255.163. Mode Page 110 of 172 . Ba$ic $etting$ o# the local inter#ace. "nable5 the router assigns I( addresses to clients automaticall" in accordance with the specified parameters.4. Figure 7. arameter Descri&tion #n operating mode of the router's D<)( ser&er.

6hen all needed 4#)-I( pairs are specified! clic the 3ave button.#N at the moment.ser&er address.ser&er address. Page 111 of 172 .eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion -elect the chec box so that the de&ices connected to the router obtain the address transmitted b" the I-( or specified on the Advanced 8 DN3 &a(e as the DN. 1ease time "%ternal DHC server I 6hen all needed settings are configured! clic the 3ave button. The $ection #or creating 82&')/ pair$. In the 3tatic DHC section! "ou can specif" 4#) address and I( address pairs $set a fixed I( address in the local area networ for a de&ice with a certain 4#) address%. The lifetime of I( addresses leased b" the D<)( ser&er. The I( address of the external D<)( ser&er which assigns I( addresses to the router's clients. Figure !. /xisting 4#)-I( pairs are displa"ed in the table of the 3tatic DHC section. To do this! select the rele&ant &alue from the . #lso "ou can create a 4#)-I( pair for a de&ice connected to the router's . Deselect the chec box so that the de&ices connected to the router obtain the address of the router as the DN. #t the end of this period the leased I( address is re&o ed and can be distributed to another de&ice! unless the pre&ious de&ice has confirmed the need to eep the address.#N! then in the MAC field! enter the 4#) address of this de&ice. To remo&e a pair! select the chec box in the rele&ant line in the table and clic the Remove button. Then clic the 3ave button. In the I field! enter an I( address which will be assigned to the de&ice from the . The end I( address of the address pool used b" the D<)( ser&er to distribute I( addresses to clients. In the Host field! specif" a networ name of the de&ice for easier identification $optional%.no*n I 8MAC addresses drop-down list $the I and MAC fields will be filled in automaticall"%. The router assigns I( addresses in accordance with the specified pairs onl" when the D<)( ser&er is enabled $in the DHC server section! in the Mode drop-down list! the "nable &alue is selected%. To create a 4#)-I( pair! clic the Add button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . DN3 Rela: 3tart I "nd I The start I( address of the address pool used b" the D<)( ser&er to distribute I( addresses to clients.

.ireless chec box enables 6i-Ai connections. Figure !".#N! deselect the "nable .eb-based Inter>ace )i+6i In this menu "ou can specif" all needed settings for "our wireless networ . &o. .on $etting$ o# the wirele$$ 52N. The &alue from the @33ID drop-down list is the uni*ue identifier for "our 6i-Ai networ . 9" default! the chec box is selected.#N%.ou cannot change the &alue of this parameter! it is determined in the de&ice's internal settings.i-?i 8 Common settin(s page! "ou can enable "our wireless local area networ $6. Common settings On the . The "nable . If "ou want to disable "our 6.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .ireless chec box. Page 112 of 172 .

#N. $It is recommended not to select this chec box in order to simplif" initial configuration of "our 6.i-?i 8 @asic settin(s page! "ou can configure basic parameters of the de&ice's 6. Ba$ic $etting$ o# the wirele$$ 52N. 6hen "ou ha&e configured the parameters! clic the C'an(e button. Operating mode of the wireless networ of the router. The countr" "ou are in. 6hen the &alue 4 is specified! the de&ice does not limit the number of connected clients. The wireless channel number. Page 113 of 172 . -elect a &alue from the drop-down list.eb-based Inter>ace Basic Settings On the . 6hen the auto &alue is selected! the router itself chooses the channel with the least interference.% # name for the 6. 9" default! the &alue DI-+&44/-8' is specified. This parameter defines standards of the de&ices that will be able to use "our wireless networ . arameter Hide Access oint Descri&tion If the chec box is selected! other users cannot see "our 6i-Ai networ . It is recommended to specif" another name for the networ upon initial configuration $use digits and . 33ID Countr: C'annel .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Figure !1.ireless mode The maximum number of de&ices connected to the wireless networ Ma% Associated Clients of the router.#N.#N.atin characters%. -elect a &alue from the drop-down list.

The de#ault $ecurit.eb-based Inter>ace Security Settings On the . ! The default securit" settings do not pro&ide sufficient protection for the 6.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .#N.#N.#N. $etting$. 9" default! the $&en networ authentication t"pe with no encr"ption is specified for the 6. Page 114 of 172 . (lease! specif" "our own securit" settings for the 6.#N.i-?i 8 3ecurit: settin(s page! "ou can modif" securit" settings of the 6. Figure !2.

A .i-?i 8 @asic settin(s page! in the .3. A2. A authentication t"pe and de&ices using the . A2 authentication t"pe can connect to the 6.ser&er. This authentication t"pe is not a&ailable when on the . the router. 6(#1-based authentication using a (-R. -hared e" authentication with 6/( encr"ption.ireless mode drop-down list! a mode supporting 001.3. . Network authentication t. A.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .3. 6(#-based authentication using a (-R. mi%ed . A2. A2 mi%ed .22n de&ices%. A.pe$ $upported %. 6(#-based authentication using a R#DIU.8.eb-based Inter>ace Figure !3. A2 . . A8. 6hen this &alue is selected! de&ices using the .22n de&ices is selected.3. A2. Page 11) of 172 3'ared .3.3. # mixed t"pe of authentication.#N of the router. 6hen this &alue is selected! de&ices using the .#N of the router. # mixed t"pe of authentication. The router supports the following authentication t"pes5 Aut'entication t:&e $&en Descri&tion Open authentication $with 6/( encr"ption for wireless networ modes not supporting 001. authentication t"pe and de&ices using the . authentication t"pe can connect to the 6. A.ser&er. 6(#1-based authentication using a R#DIU.

22n%5 Figure !4." "ncr:&tion settin(s section is displa"ed $the section is una&ailable for the wireless networ operating modes which support the standard 001. A2! and . 6hen the $&en or 3'ared &alue is selected! the . A2 mi%ed authentication t"pes re*uire a R#DIUser&er. the Net ork Aut&entication drop'down li$t.eb-based Inter>ace ! The .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . A! .of 172 . The 3pen value i$ $elected #ro. A8. Page 11.

" fields are displa"ed on the page.ou can specif" e"s containing 3 or 23 s"mbols $use digits and7or 49 .eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion The chec box acti&ating 6/( encr"ption.e: . e" for "nable "ncr:&tion ." 71.e: .e: ID drop-down list.e: .e: ID "ncr:&tion . The number of the e" $from first to fourth% which will be used for 6/( encr"ption.atin characters%." as -elect the chec box to set a hexadecimal number as a encr"ption. H"D "ncr:&tion . The router uses the e" selected from the De>ault . Aor the 3'ared authentication t"pe the chec box is alwa"s selected." De>ault ." as H"D chec box! and four "ncr:&tion .e: . Page 11. Re"s for 6/( encr"ption. It is re*uired to specif" all the fields.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . 6hen the chec box is selected! the De>ault . of 172 ." as H"D chec box is selected! "ou can specif" onl" e"s containing 20 s"mbols $the digits 0-E and the characters #-A%.e: ID field! the "ncr:&tion . If the "ncr:&tion .e: .

A2.8. A2. A2. A "ncr:&tion settin(s section is displa"ed5 Figure !5.3. A rene*al Descri&tion # e" for 6(# encr"ption.3.3. A.! or . A2.eb-based Inter>ace 6hen the . arameter "ncr:&tion .I ! A"3! or !. . The e" can contain digits and7or . The )PA0+PS4 value i$ $elected #ro.atin characters.3.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . mi%ed authentication t"pes%. and .! .8. 6hen the &alue 4 is specified for this field! the e" is not renewed. A. The time period $in seconds%! at the end of which a new e" for 6(# encr"ption is generated. A. A2 reaut'entication .3. #n encr"ption method5 !. A "ncr:&tion .3. the Net ork Aut&entication drop'down li$t.e: 3.I EA"3.3. mi%ed &alue is selected! the . The chec box acti&ating preliminar" authentication $displa"ed onl" for the . Page 11/ of 172 .

. A8. The )PA0 value i$ $elected #ro. Page 110 of 172 .I EA"3. A rene*al #n encr"ption method5 !.ser&er. A8. The I( address of the R#DIU. A2 and . A2! or . A! . 6hen the &alue 4 is specified for this field! the e" is not renewed. A "ncr:&tion . 6hen "ou ha&e configured the parameters! clic the C'an(e button. A2 mi%ed authentication t"pes%.ser&er settings%. # port of the R#DIU. The time period $in seconds%! at the end of which a new e" for 6(# encr"ption is generated. The password which the router uses for communication with the RADIU3 encr:&tion 5e: R#DIU.ser&er.eb-based Inter>ace 6hen the . arameter .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . A "ncr:&tion settin(s sections are a&ailable5 Figure !6. A2 mi%ed &alue is selected! the RADIU3 settin(s and . A2 reaut'entication I address ort Descri&tion The chec box acti&ating preliminar" authentication $displa"ed onl" for the . the Net ork Aut&entication drop'down li$t.ser&er $the &alue of this parameter is specified in the R#DIU.I ! A"3! or !.

The 82& #ilter #or the wirele$$ network. To add a 4#) address to which the selected filtering mode will be applied! proceed to the MAC addresses tab. Figure !7.i-?i 8 MAC ?ilter page! "ou can define a set of 4#) addresses of de&ices which will be allowed to access the 6.#N.AC Filter On the .eb-based Inter>ace . To open "our wireless networ for the de&ices which 4#) addresses are specified on the MAC addresses tab and to close the wireless networ for all other de&ices! select the Allo* choice of the MAC >ilter restrict mode radio button and clic the C'an(e button. Page 120 of 172 . 9" default! 4#) filtering is not acti&e $the Disabled choice of the MAC >ilter restrict mode radio button is selected on the ?ilter mode tab%.#N! or define 4#) addresses of de&ices which will not be allowed to access the 6. To close "our wireless networ for the de&ices which 4#) addresses are specified on the MAC addresses tab! select the Den: choice of the MAC >ilter restrict mode radio button and clic the C'an(e button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The ta% #or adding a 82& addre$$. Page 121 of 172 . /nter an address in the MAC address field of the MAC address addin( section and clic the Add button.eb-based Inter>ace Figure ! . To remo&e a 4#) address from the list of 4#) addresses! select the chec box located to the right of the rele&ant 4#) address in the MAC address list section and clic the Delete button.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .#N! select the chec box in the line containing the rele&ant 4#) address! and clic the Disconnect button. Page 122 of 172 . The li$t o# the wirele$$ client$. To &iew the latest data on the de&ices connected to the 6. Figure !!. If "ou want to disconnect a wireless de&ice from "our 6.#N! clic the Re>res' button.eb-based Inter>ace Station +ist On the .i-?i 8 3tation 1ist page! "ou can &iew the list of wireless clients connected to the router.

#N.I EA"3 encr"ption method $on the .eb-based Inter>ace WPS On the .3. The 6(. De&ices connecting to the wireless networ &ia the 6(. 3 page! "ou can enable the function for secure configuration of the 6. Page 123 of 172 .! . The page #or con#iguring the 1/S #unction.function helps to configure the protected wireless networ automaticall".function must support the 6(.3. mi%ed with the A"3 or !.! or . Figure 1"".function.#N and select a method used to easil" add wireless de&ices to the 6. ! 9efore using the function "ou need to configure one of the following authentication t"pes5 $&en with no encr"ption! . A. A2.3.3.8.i-?i 8 . A.i-?i 8 3ecurit: settin(s page%. A2.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .

Net*or5 Aut'entication The networ authentication t"pe specified for the 6.#N &ia the 6(.#N. arameter De>ault IN code Descri&tion The (IN code of the router. This parameter is used when connecting the router to a registrar to set the parameters of the 6(. . IN &alue is selected from the IN Code Connect )lic the button to connect the wireless de&ice to the router's 6. -elect a &alue from the drop-down list.function.function5 .#N.function. The (IN code of the 6(--enabled de&ice that needs to be connected to the wireless networ of the router. 6hen the chec box is selected! the In>ormation and Connection sections are a&ailable on the page.eb-based Inter>ace To acti&ate the 6(.#N. # method of the 6(.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . "ncr:&tion "ncr:&tion 5e: Re>res' Reset to uncon>i(ured The encr"ption t"pe specified for the 6. The encr"ption e" specified for the 6. 3 "nable chec box and clic the C'an(e button.function! select the . The name of the router's 6. The state of the 6(.#N. 3 3tatus • • 33ID Con>i(ured $all needed settings are specified% Uncon>i(ured $"ou need to specif" the rele&ant settings%. 3 Met'od drop-down list. The field is displa"ed onl" when the . )lic the button to refresh the data on the page. Page 124 of 172 . 3 Met'od IN5 )onnecting the de&ice &ia the (IN code.function. @C5 )onnecting the de&ice &ia the push button $actual or &irtual%. )lic the button to reset the parameters of the 6(.function.

-elect the . -elect the (9) method in the software of the wireless de&ice that "ou want to connect to the router's 6. D.ou can add a wireless de&ice to the router's 6. )lic the Connect button in the web-based interface of the router. -elect the . )lic the C'an(e button. 1. 3 Met'od drop-down list. To do this! "ou need to configure the following router's settings5 2. )lic the rele&ant button in the software or press the 6(.#N. 7sing )PS 6unction it&out )e*+*ased Interface .eb-based Inter>ace 7sing )PS 6unction via )e*+*ased Interface To add a wireless de&ice &ia the (IN method of the 6(. 1. 3. 3. 3 Met'od drop-down list.button on the co&er of the wireless de&ice that "ou want to connect to the 6.#N. +. )lic the rele&ant button in the software of the wireless de&ice that "ou want to connect to the 6. F. -elect the IN &alue from the .#N without accessing the web-based interface of the router.#N. -elect the .function! follow the next steps5 2. )lic the C'an(e button. -elect the (IN method in the software of the wireless de&ice that "ou want to connect to the router's 6. 1. 3. 3 "nable chec box. 3 "nable chec box. -a&e the settings and close the web-based interface $clic the 3ave line in the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o&er the 3:stem caption! then clic the 1o(out line%. Right after that! enter the (IN code specified on the co&er of the wireless de&ice or in its software in the IN Code field. -pecif" corresponding securit" settings for the wireless networ of the router. To add a wireless de&ice &ia the (9) method of the 6(.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .#N. )lic the C'an(e button. D. 3 "nable chec box. Page 12) of 172 . +. )lic the Connect button in the web-based interface of the router. 3. -elect the @C &alue from the .function! follow the next steps5 2. +. 3.

2.#N b" pressing the R)")T1W " button of the router.button on the co&er of the wireless de&ice that "ou want to connect to the 6.of 172 . 3. 1.#N.ater "ou will be able to add wireless de&ices to the 6.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . (ress the R)")T1W " button of the router and immediatel" release it. )lic the rele&ant button in the software or press the 6(. -elect the (9) method in the software of the wireless de&ice that "ou want to connect to the router's 6. Page 12.#N.eb-based Inter>ace .

2dditional $etting$ o# the 152N.ee& Alive Descri&tion The time inter&al $in seconds% between eep ali&e chec s of wireless de&ices from "our 6.#NS Figure 1"1.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .#N of the router.eb-based Inter>ace Additional Settings On the . of 172 .#N. @eacon eriod R!3 !'res'old ?ra( !'res'old Page 12. ! )hanging parameters presented on this page ma" negati&el" affect "our 6. . 6hen the &alue 4 is specified! the chec ing is disabled.i-?i 8 Additional settin(s page! "ou can define additional parameters for the 6. The following fields are a&ailable on the page5 arameter 3tation .frame is transmitted. The time inter&al $in milliseconds% between pac ets sent to s"nchroni8e the wireless networ .arger pac ets are fragmented $di&ided%. The maximum si8e $in bites% of a non-fragmented pac et. The minimum si8e $in bites% of a pac et for which an RT.

Auto5 The protection function is enabled and disabled automaticall" depending on the state of the networ $this &alue is recommended if "our wireless local area networ consists of both 001.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .22b and 001.22g protection function is used to minimi8e collisions between de&ices of "our wireless networ . 20840MHB -5 001. This parameter defines the length of the )R) bloc sent b" the router when communicating to wireless de&ices. The channel bandwidth for 001. 40MHB5 001. 3'ort reamble $this &alue is recommended for networ s with high-&olume traffic%.22n de&ices operate at 104<8 and +04<8 channels $the channel is combined with the pre&ious ad@acent channel%. 20840MHB E5 001. 20MHB5 001. @6 rotection @and*idt' !D reamble -elect a &alue from the drop-down list.22n de&ices operate at 104<8 channels.eb-based Inter>ace arameter D!IM eriod !D o*er Descri&tion The time period $in seconds% between sending a DTI4 $a message notif"ing on broadcast or multicast transmission% and data transmission. The transmit power $in percentage terms% of the router.22n de&ices operate at +04<8 channels. Al*a:s $n5 The protection function is alwa"s enabled $this setting can substantiall" lower the efficienc" of "our wireless networ %. 6hen "ou ha&e configured the parameters! clic the C'an(e button. Al*a:s $>>5 The protection function is alwa"s disabled. -elect a &alue from the drop-down list.22n de&ices. The 001.22g de&ices%.22n de&ices operate at 104<8 and +04<8 channels $the channel is combined with the next ad@acent channel%. 1on( reamble. Page 12/ of 172 .22b and 001.

To enable the function! select the .%.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The page #or con#iguring the 188 #unction. (arameters of the #ccess )ategories are defined for both the router itself $in the arameters o> Access oint section% and wireless de&ices connected to it $in the arameters o> 3tation section%.. The 644 function allows assigning priorities for four #ccess )ategories $#)%5 ACF@. ACF+I $Video%. ACF+$ $Voice%. On the . It helps to impro&e the *ualit" of data transfer o&er 6i-Ai networ s b" prioriti8ing different t"pes of traffic. Figure 1"2.i-?i 8 .MM chec box and clic the C'an(e button.eb-based Inter>ace W. ACF@" $Best Effort%! traffic from legac" de&ices or de&ices7applications that do not support Bo-. ! • • • • #ll needed settings for the 644 function are specified in the de&ice's s"stem. Page 120 of 172 . $Background%! low priorit" traffic $print @obs! file downloads! etc. The 644 function implements the Bo.features for 6i-Ai networ s.MM page! "ou can enable the 6i-Ai 4ultimedia function. It is recommended not to change the default &alues.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The lower the &alue! the higher is the #ccess )ategor" priorit".Ma% field &alue should not be lower! than the C.Ma% !%o& ACM Page 130 of 172 . Displa"ed onl" in the arameters o> Access oint section.Min field &alue! the higher is the #ccess )ategor" priorit".eb-based Inter>ace Aor e&er" #ccess )ategor" the following fields are a&ailable5 arameter Ai>sn Descri&tion Arbitrary Inter !rame "pace #umber. Ackno%ledgment. C. This parameter influences time dela"s for the rele&ant #ccess )ategor".Min field &alue. Transmission Opportunity. Admission Control &andatory. If selected! pre&ents from using the rele&ant #ccess )ategor". The C. #nswering response re*uests while transmitting. The lower the difference between the C. 9oth fields influence time dela"s for the rele&ant #ccess )ategor". The higher the &alue! the higher is the #ccess )ategor" priorit". Ac5 If not selected! the router answers re*uests. If selected! the router does not answer re*uests.Ma% field &alue and the C.Min8C. 6hen "ou ha&e configured the parameters! clic the C'an(e button. Contention $indo% &inimum'Contention $indo% &a(imum.

Net*or5 Aut'entication The authentication t"pe of the networ to which the router connects.i-?i 8 Client page! "ou can configure the router as a client to connect to a wireless access point. Figure 1"3. The page #or con#iguring the client . #ll parameters specified on this page should be pro&ided b" "our 6I-(. 6hen the $&en or 3'ared authentication t"pe is selected! the following fields are a&ailable5 arameter Descri&tion The chec box acti&ating 6/( encr"ption.eb-based Inter>ace Client On the ." Page 131 of 172 .ode.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . 6hen the chec box is selected! the following fields are displa"ed on the page5 arameter 33ID @33ID Descri&tion The name of the networ to which the router connects. To configure the router as a client! select the "nable client chec box. #s a rule! the client mode is used to connect to a 6I-( networ ." fields are displa"ed on the page. 6hen the chec box is selected! the De>ault .e: .e: ID field and four "ncr:&tion . "nable "ncr:&tion . The uni*ue identifier of the networ to which the router connects. Aor the 3'ared authentication t"pe the chec box is alwa"s selected.

The e" can contain digits and7or . mi%ed authentication t"pe is selected! the following fields are a&ailable5 arameter . To &iew the latest data on the a&ailable wireless networ s! clic the 3earc' button.I EA"3.! or .e: ." fields! and clic the C'an(e button. mi%ed authentication t"pes! fill in the "ncr:&tion .e: . A2.3. A. #fter configuring the de&ice as a client! "ou need to create a 6#N connection with rele&ant parameters for the . 6hen the . To connect to a wireless networ from the list! select the needed networ . # e" for 6(# encr"ption. A. A2.e: ID Descri&tion The number of the e" $from first to fourth% which will be used for 6/( encr"ption. Aor the $&en authentication t"pe with encr"ption and the 3'ared authentication t"pe! select a needed &alue from the De>ault . Upon that the rele&ant &alues are automaticall" inserted in the 33ID! @33ID! and Net*or5 Aut'entication fields." 71.i?iClient port. The router uses the e" selected from the "ncr:&tion .3.De>ault .3.! .! or . #fter clic ing the C'an(e button! the wireless channel of DIR-300NRU will switch to the channel of the wireless access point to which "ou ha&e connected.3. A2.atin characters.I ! A"3! or !.8.e: ID drop-down list.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .! . Aor the $&en authentication t"pe with no encr"ption! clic the C'an(e button.8. It is re*uired to specif" all the 49 fields.e: ID drop-down list! fill in + "ncr:&tion .3.3.atin characters%. Descri&tion #n encr"ption method5 !.e: 3. Re"s for 6/( encr"ption.eb-based Inter>ace arameter De>ault .3. A2. Aor the . A. . A. 6hen "ou ha&e configured the parameters! clic the C'an(e button. field and clic the C'an(e button. The Un5no*n *ireless net*or5s field shows the number of hidden wireless networ s.ou can specif" e"s containing 3 or 23 s"mbols $use digits and7or . Page 132 of 172 .3. If the router is connected to the selected networ successfull"! the green indicator appears to the right of the networ 's --ID in the table.e: 3. A "ncr:&tion "ncr:&tion . In addition! when the "nable client chec box is selected! the list of a&ailable wireless networ s is displa"ed on the page.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .ser&ice add name ser&ers define static routes create rules for remote access to the web-based interface allow the router to use I>4(.eb-based Inter>ace Advanced In this menu "ou can configure ad&anced settings of the router5 • • • • • • • create groups of ports for =.#Ns enable the U(n( function configure a DDN. Page 133 of 172 .

#N! clic the Add button. Page 134 of 172 .#N. To create a new group for =. ! If "ou want to create a group including .#N ports or the wireless networ of the router! first delete rele&ant records from the lan group on this page. -uch a setting means that these groups of ports are not assigned to an" =. Figure 1"4. The Advanced $ '!AN page.#Ns%. 9" default! 1 groups are created in the router's s"stem5 • • lan5 it includes ports 2-+ and the wireless interfaceT *an5 for the 6#N interfaceT it includes port 3.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .eb-based Inter>ace '+A$ On the Advanced 8 +1AN page! "ou can create and edit groups of ports for &irtual networ s $=. The +1AN ID parameter is not specified for both groups.

It is mostl" used to connect I(T= set-top boxes. The page #or editing a group o# port$ #or 652N. !:&e NA!. The group of this t"pe is an external connection with address translation.#N to which this group of ports will be assigned. It is mostl" used to connect to the Internet.AN page%. The t"pe of the =. +1AN ID #n identifier of the =. . The group of this t"pe is a channel used to connect local clients to the router.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 1"5.#N which identifier is specified in the +1AN ID field. Page 13) of 172 .ater the =. . The group of this t"pe is a transparent connection between an internal port and an external connection. -elect the chec box to allow using this group of ports. 1ocal.#N which identifier is specified in the +1AN ID field is used to create a 6#N connection $on the Net 8 . !rans&arent. It is mostl" used to connect different t"pes of clients! which re*uire separate connection settings.ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter Descri&tion Main settin(s Name "nable # name for the port for easier identification.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .

The port will be displa"ed in the table at the bottom of the page. ! Page 13.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . )lic the 3ave c'an(es button. Aor further use of groups of ports for =. )lic the Delete +1AN button to delete this group of ports form the s"stem.#N it is re*uired to sa&e the changed settings to the non-&olatile memor" of the router and reboot it $clic the 3aveCReboot line in the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o&er the 3:stem caption%.of 172 . )lic the Delete &ort button to delete the port highlighted in the table at the bottom of the page. -elect a &alue for the port highlighted in the table at the bottom of the page5 Go3 !a( • • ta((ed! unta((ed. # priorit" tag for the traffic transmitted through the port highlighted in the table at the bottom of the page.eb-based Inter>ace arameter orts ort Descri&tion Arom the list! select an a&ailable &alue $a ph"sical port of the router! the wireless interface% to assign it to this group.

The Advanced $ 7PnP page. If "ou want to manuall" specif" all parameters needed for networ "nabled chec box and clic the C'an(e button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . If "ou want to enable the U(n( function in the router again! select the "nabled chec box and clic the C'an(e button. U(n( is a set of networ ing protocols designed for automatic configuration of networ de&ices. of 172 . The U(n( function performs automatic configuration of the de&ice's parameters for networ applications re*uiring an incoming connection to the router.eb-based Inter>ace -PnP On the Advanced 8 U n page! "ou can enable and disable the U(n( function. applications! deselect the Page 13. Figure 1"6.

Figure 1"7. The Advanced $ DDNS page.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .ser&ice! clic the Add button. To add a new DDN.eb-based Inter>ace (($S On the Advanced 8 DDN3 page! "ou can define parameters of the DDN. Page 13/ of 172 .ser&ice! which allows associating a domain name with d"namic I( addresses.

pro&ider.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 1" . #n inter&al $in minutes% between sending data with the I( address of the interface specified in the field abo&e to the rele&ant DDNser&ice.pro&ider. The page #or editing the ((NS $ervice. -elect a 6#N connection which I( address will be used to access the DDN. On the opened page! clic the Delete button. The username to authori8e for "our DDN. Page 130 of 172 .pro&ider. To remo&e an existing DDN. The domain name registered at "our DDN.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .pro&ider from the drop-down list.ser&ice. The password to authori8e for "our DDN.ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter DDN3 3ervice Host name User name User &ass*ord Inter>ace Descri&tion -elect a DDN. . U&date &eriod )lic the C'an(e button.ser&ice! clic the rele&ant ser&ice lin . On the opened page! change the needed parameters and clic the C'an(e button. To edit parameters of the existing DDN.ser&ice! clic the rele&ant ser&ice lin .

ser&ers addresses automaticall" from "our I-( upon installing a connection. . Figure 1"!.ser&er manuall"! select the Manual chec box and enter a DNser&er address in the Name servers list. The de&ice performs the DN.ser&ers to the s"stem. The Advanced $ DNS page.AN page% to obtain DNser&er addresses! and clic the C'an(e button.ser&ers addresses! deselect the Manual chec box! select a 6#N connection which will be used to obtain addresses of DN. ! 6hen "ou use the built-in D<)( ser&er! the networ parameters $including DN.ser&ers. To remo&e a DN.eb-based Inter>ace ($S On the Advanced 8 DN3 page! "ou can add DN.ser&ers automaticall" from the Inter>ace drop-down list or select the De>ault route chec box! so that the router could use the connection set as the default gatewa" $on the Net 8 .ser&er from the s"stem! remo&e the rele&ant line from the Name servers field and clic the C'an(e button. Then clic the C'an(e button.! it redirects the DN.e.ser&ers% are distributed to clients automaticall".rela" function! i. Page 140 of 172 .re*uests of users to external DN. To specif" se&eral addresses! press the )nter e" and enter a needed address in the next line.ser&ers are used to determine the I( address from the name of a ser&er in Intranets or the Internet $as a rule! the" are specified b" an I-( or assigned b" a networ administrator%.ser&ers manuall" on this page! or configure the router to obtain DN.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . DN.ou can specif" the addresses of DN. If "ou want to configure automatic obtainment of DN. If "ou want to specif" the DN.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Figure 11". The Advanced $ .eb-based Inter>ace *outing On the Advanced 8 Routin( page! "ou can add static routes $routes for networ s that are not connected directl" to the de&ice but are a&ailable through the interfaces of the de&ice% into the s"stem. Page 141 of 172 .outing page. To create a new route! clic the Add button.

To remo&e an existing route! clic the rele&ant route lin . The field is displa"ed when the HAuto4 &alue is selected from the +ia Inter>ace drop-down list. On the opened page! change the needed parameters and clic the 3ave button. -elect an interface through which the destination networ can be accessed from the drop-down list. To edit an existing route! clic the rele&ant route lin . Page 142 of 172 .ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter Destination net*or5 Destination netmas5 6ate*a: Descri&tion # destination networ to which this route is assigned. The lower the &alue! the higher is the route priorit". Metric +ia Inter>ace )lic the 3ave button. On the opened page! clic the Delete button. #n I( address through which the destination networ can be accessed. If "ou ha&e selected the HAuto4 &alue of this drop-down list! the router itself sets the interface on the basis of data on connected networ s. The page #or adding a $tatic route.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 111. Optional. .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . # metric for the route. The destination networ mas .

eb-based Inter>ace *emote Access On the Advanced 8 Remote access page! "ou can configure access to the web-based interface of the router. Figure 112. To create a new rule! clic the Add button. Page 143 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . 9" default! the access from external networ s to the router is closed. The Advanced $ .emote access page. If "ou need to allow access to the router from the external networ ! create rele&ant rules.

anage. #n external port of the router. The mas of the subnet. The protocol a&ailable for remote management of the router. Page 144 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .eb-based Inter>ace Figure 113. To remo&e a rule for remote access! clic the rele&ant lin .#N at the moment! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. The page #or adding a rule #or re. I address Mas5 rotocol ublic &ort )lic the C'an(e button. . On the opened page! change the needed parameters and clic the C'an(e button.ou can specif" onl" one port.ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter Descri&tion # host or a subnet to which the rule is applied. On the opened page! clic the Delete button. To edit a rule for remote access! clic the rele&ant lin . .ent.ote . To choose a de&ice connected to the router's .

P On the Advanced 8 I6M page! "ou can enable I>4( for the router. -uch a setting allows using the I>4( (rox" function for all 6#N connections for which the "nable I6M Multicast chec box is selected.eb-based Inter>ace I. Then clic the C'an(e button. Page 14) of 172 . To enable I>4(! select the "nabled chec box. I>4( is used for managing multicast traffic $transferring data to a group of destinations%. Arom the +ersion drop-down list! select a &ersion of I>4(.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . To disable I>4(! deselect the "nabled chec box and clic the C'an(e button.! for streaming &ideo! more efficientl".g. Figure 114. This protocol allows using networ resources for some applications! e. The Advanced $ IG/P page..

The 6ire all $ IP filters page.of 172 . To create a new rule! clic the Add button. Page 14. Figure 115. IP Filters On the ?ire*all 8 I >ilters page! "ou can create new rules for filtering I( pac ets and edit or remo&e existing rules.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .eb-based Inter>ace 6ire all In this menu "ou can configure the firewall of the router5 • • • • add rules for I( filtering create &irtual ser&ers define a D4J configure the 4#) filter.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . I Addresses I address ran(e -elect the chec box if "ou want to specif" a range of I( addresses as the source or destination I( address. # protocol for networ pac et transmission. .ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter Descri&tion I >ilter rule editin( Name rotocol # name for the rule for easier identification. -elect a &alue from the drop-down list.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 116. -elect an action for the rule. of 172 . The page #or adding a rule #or )/ #iltering. Action ACC" !5 #llows pac et transmission in accordance with the criteria specified b" the rule. DR$ 5 Denies pac et transmission in accordance with the criteria specified b" the rule. Page 14.

If the I address ran(e chec box is selected! specif" the starting I( address of the range in the 3ource 7>irst9 field and the ending I( address in the 3ource 7last9 field. To remo&e a rule for I( filtering! clic the lin to the rele&ant rule. On the opened page! clic the Delete button. Page 14/ of 172 . .#N at the moment! select the rele&ant I( address from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. On the opened page! change the needed parameters and clic the C'an(e button.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion The source host7subnet I( address.#N at the moment! select the rele&ant I( address from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.ou can specif" one port! se&eral ports separated b" a comma! or a range of ports separated b" a colon. 3ource If the I address ran(e chec box is not selected! specif" the I( address of the host or subnet in the 3ource field.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The destination host7subnet I( address. To edit a rule for I( filtering! clic the lin to the rele&ant rule. To choose a de&ice connected to the router's . Destination If the I address ran(e chec box is not selected! specif" the starting I( address of the host or subnet in the Destination field. orts 3ource # port of the source I( address. . To specif" an I( address add 9&2. To choose a de&ice connected to the router's . # port of the destination I( address. To specif" an I( address add 9&2. Destination )lic the C'an(e button.ou can specif" one port! se&eral ports separated b" a comma! or a range of ports separated b" a colon. If the I address ran(e chec box is selected! specif" the starting I( address of the range in the Destination 7>irst9 field and the ending I( address in the Destination 7last9 field.

Figure 117. To create a new &irtual ser&er! clic the Add button. The 6ire all $ 'irtual servers page.eb-based Inter>ace 'irtual Ser%ers On the ?ire*all 8 +irtual servers page! "ou can create &irtual ser&ers for redirecting incoming Internet traffic to a specified I( address in the local area networ . Page 140 of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .

If "ou need to specif" one port! enter the needed &alue in the ublic &ort 7be(in9 field and lea&e the ublic &ort 7end9 field blan . -pecif" the start and the end &alue for the port range.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 11 . . # protocol that will be used b" the new &irtual ser&er.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . -elect a &alue from the drop-down list. If "ou need to specif" one port! enter the needed &alue in the rivate &ort 7be(in9 field and lea&e the rivate &ort 7end9 field blan . # name for the &irtual ser&er for easier identification. -pecif" the start and the end &alue for the port range. # 6#N connection to which this &irtual ser&er will be assigned. The page #or adding a virtual $erver. # port of the I( address specified in the rivate I field to which traffic is directed from the ublic &ort. # port of the router from which traffic is directed to the I( address specified in the rivate I field. Name Inter>ace rotocol ublic &ort 7be(in98 ublic &ort 7end9 rivate &ort 7be(in98 rivate &ort 7end9 Page 1)0 of 172 . .ou can specif" an" name.ou can specif" the following parameters5 arameter !em&late Descri&tion -elect a &irtual ser&er template from the drop-down list! or select Custom to specif" all parameters of the new &irtual ser&er manuall".

On the opened page! clic the Delete button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . To edit the parameters of an existing ser&er! follow the lin with the name of the ser&er. To choose a de&ice connected to the router's . On the opened page! change the needed parameters and clic the C'an(e button. The I( address of the ser&er from the external networ .#N at the moment! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%. rivate I Remote I )lic the C'an(e button. To remo&e an existing ser&er! follow the lin with the name of the ser&er.eb-based Inter>ace arameter Descri&tion The I( address of the ser&er from the local area networ . Page 1)1 of 172 .

I! in the address bar! users of the external networ are directed to the specified port and I( address configured for the &irtual ser&er! but not to port 00 of the de&ice with the I( address specified on the ?ire*all 8 DMI page. In other words! if there has been created a &irtual ser&er that directs traffic from external port 00 to a port of the de&ice from the router's local networ ! then entering http:99router. To enable the D4J! select the "nabled chec box! enter the I( address of a host from "our networ in the I address field! and clic the C'an(e button. #lso note that &irtual ser&ers ha&e higher priorit" than the D4J host.eb-based Inter>ace (.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . In the router! the D4J implements the capabilit" to transfer a re*uest coming to a port of the router from the external networ to a specified host of the internal networ ./ # D4J is a host or networ segment located MbetweenL internal $local% and external $global% networ s. To disable the D4J! deselect the "nabled chec box and clic the C'an(e button. The 6ire all $ D/8 page. Figure 11!. On the ?ire*all 8 DMI page "ou can specif" the I( address of the D4J host. Page 1)2 of 172 .)A/. Note that when the D4J is enabled! all traffic coming to a port of the 6#N interface of the router is directed to the same port of the specified I( address.

Page 1)3 of 172 .AC Filter On the ?ire*all 8 MAC >ilter page! "ou can configure 4#)-address-based filtering for computers of the router's .eb-based Inter>ace . Figure 12". To specif" a new address for the 4#) filter! clic the Add button.#N.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The 6ire all $ /AC filter page.

On the opened page! enter the 4#) address of the de&ice from the router's . On the opened page! clic the Delete button.#N in the MAC address field.#N at the moment! select the rele&ant &alue from the drop-down list $the field will be filled in automaticall"%.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . To choose a de&ice connected to the router's . The page #or adding an addre$$ #or the 82& #ilter. Then select the Den: &alue from the Action drop-down list and clic the C'an(e button. To remo&e an address from the list of 4#) addresses for filtering! select the line with the rele&ant 4#) address.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 121. Page 1)4 of 172 .

Figure 122. Page 1)) of 172 . To enable the UR.eb-based Inter>ace Control This menu is designed to create restrictions on access to certain web sites. -*+ Filter On the Control 8 UR1 >ilter page! "ou can specif" restrictions on access to certain web sites. The Configuration ta%. The Control $ 7.! filter page. To specif" UR.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . addresses to which the selected filtering will be applied! go to the UR1 addresses tab and clic the Add button. )lic the C'an(e button. filter! select the "nable8Disable UR1 >ilter chec box on the Con>i(uration tab! then select a needed mode from the UR1 >ilter t:&e drop-down list5 • • @loc5 listed UR1s5 when this &alue is selected! the router bloc s access to all addresses specified on the UR1 addresses tabT @loc5 all UR1s e%ce&t listed5 when this &alue is selected! the router allows access to addresses specified on the UR1 addresses tab and bloc s access to all other web sites.

/nter a UR.eb-based Inter>ace Figure 123.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .! addresses ta%. On the opened page! specif" the needed parameters. The 7. Page 1). The Control $ 7. Figure 124.of 172 . The page #or adding an addre$$ #or the +*5 #ilter. address in the UR1 address field and clic the 3ave button.! filter page.

filter! deselect the "nable8Disable UR1 >ilter chec box on the Con>i(uration tab! then clic the C'an(e button. addresses! select the rele&ant address in the table on the UR1 addresses tab and clic the Delete button.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . of 172 . Page 1).eb-based Inter>ace To remo&e an address from the list of UR. To disable the UR.

Page 1)/ of 172 .DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .eb-based Inter>ace System In this menu "ou can do the following5 • • • • • • • • • • change the password used to access the router's settings sa&e the current settings to the non-&olatile memor" create a bac up of the router's configuration restore the router's configuration from a pre&iousl" sa&ed file restore the factor" default settings &iew the s"stem log update the firmware of the router configure automatic s"nchroni8ation of the s"stem time trace the route to a host allow or forbid access to the router &ia T/.N/T.

The page #or .ini$trator pa$$word. /nter the new password in the ass*ord and Con>irmation fields and clic the 3ave button. Page 1)0 of 172 . Figure 125.ing the ad.eb-based Inter>ace Administrator Password On the 3:stem 8 Administrator &ass*ord page! "ou can change the password for the administrator account used to access the web-based interface of the router and to access the de&ice settings &ia T/.odi#. ! Aor securit" reasons! it is strongl" recommended to change the administrator password upon initial configuration of the router.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .N/T.

(lease! sa&e settings e&er" time "ou change the router's parameters.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . The following buttons are a&ailable on the page5 Control Descri&tion )lic the button to sa&e settings to the non-&olatile memor". )lic the button to restore the factor" default settings. Figure 126. Page 1-0 of 172 3ave ?actor: @ac5u& Restore . Otherwise the changes will be lost upon hardware reboot of the router.ing and 4estoring )ettings section! page 31%.eb-based Inter>ace Con#iguration On the 3:stem 8 Con>i(uration page! "ou can sa&e the changed settings to the non-&olatile memor"! restore the factor" defaults! bac up the current configuration! or restore the router's configuration from a pre&iousl" created file. The System $ Configuration page. )lic the button and follow the dialog box appeared to sa&e the configuration $all settings of the router% to "our (). #lso "ou can restore the factor" defaults &ia the hardware R)")T1W " button $see the )a. )lic the button to upload a pre&iousl" sa&ed configuration $all settings of the router% from a file on "our (). )lic the C'oose8@ro*se1 button to select a pre&iousl" sa&ed configuration file located on "our ().

Page 1-1 of 172 .eb-based Inter>ace #ctions of the 3ave! ?actor:! and @ac5u& buttons also can be performed &ia the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o&er the 3:stem caption.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . 2 The name of the button depends upon the web browser that "ou use.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page 1-2 of 172 . 1ocal and remote5 the s"stem log is stored in the router's memor" $and displa"ed on the 1o( tab% and sent to the remote host specified in the 3erver field.eb-based Inter>ace System +og On the 3:stem 8 3:stem lo( page! "ou can set the s"stem log options and configure sending the s"stem log to a remote host. The I( or UR. Control Descri&tion -elect a t"pe of logging from the drop-down list. address of the host from the local or global networ ! to which the s"stem log will be sent. Figure 127. 6hen this &alue is selected! the 3erver and ort fields are not displa"ed. To enable logging of the s"stem e&ents! select the 1o((in( chec box on the Con>i(uration tab. • 1ocal5 the s"stem log is stored in the router's memor" $and displa"ed on the 1o( tab%. Then specif" the needed parameters. The System $ System log page. The Configuration ta%. 1o((in( t:&e • • 1o((in( level 3erver -elect a t"pe of messages and alerts7notifications to be logged. Remote5 the s"stem log is sent to the remote host specified in the 3erver field.

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Control ort

Descri&tion # port of the host specified in the 3erver field. 9" default! the &alue 51% is specified.

#fter specif"ing the needed parameters! clic the C'an(e button. To disable logging of the s"stem e&ents! deselect the 1o((in( chec box and clic the C'an(e button. On the 1o( tab! the e&ents specified in the 1o((in( level list are displa"ed.

Figure 12 . The System $ System log page. The !og ta%.

To &iew the latest s"stem e&ents! clic the Re>res' button. To sa&e the s"stem log to "our ()! clic the "%&ort button and follow the dialog box appeared.

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On the 3:stem 8 ?irm*are u&(rade page! "ou can upgrade the firmware of the router.

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Upgrade the firmware onl" when the router is connected to "our () &ia a wired connection.

Figure 12!. The System $ 6irm are upgrade page.

The current &ersion of the router's firmware is displa"ed in the ?irm*are version field located next the D-.in logo in the top left corner of the page. If "ou need to install a newer &ersion of the firmware! follow the next steps5

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#ttentionS Do not turn off the router before the firmware upgrade is completed. This ma" cause the de&ice brea down.

2. Download a new &ersion of the firmware from www.dlin .ru. 1. )lic the C'oose8@ro*se2 button on the 3:stem 8 ?irm*are u&(rade page to locate the new firmware file. 3. )lic the U&date button to upgrade the firmware of the router. +. 6ait until the router is rebooted $about one and a half or two minutes%. 3. .og into the web-based interface using the login $admin% and the current password.

1 The name of the button depends upon the web browser that "ou use. Page 1-4 of 172

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D. -elect the ?actor: line in the top-page menu displa"ed when the mouse pointer is o&er the 3:stem caption. F. 6ait until the router is rebooted. .og into the web-based interface! using the default I( address! login and password $1,2.163.4.1! admin! admin%.

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To enable automatic s"nchroni8ation with a time ser&er5 2.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . )lic the C'an(e button. -elect the "nabled chec box. The System $ N#P client page. Page 1-. +. 3. Figure 13". -pecif" the needed NT( ser&er in the N! default.of 172 . 1. -elect "our time 8one.eb-based Inter>ace $&P Client On the 3:stem 8 N! client page! "ou can configure automatic s"nchroni8ation of the s"stem time with a time ser&er on the Internet. servers field or lea&e the ser&er specified b" ! 6hen the router is powered off or rebooted! the s"stem time is reset to the default &alue. If "ou ha&e set automatic s"nchroni8ation for the s"stem time! the internal cloc of the de&ice will be configured after connecting to the Internet.

of 172 . To define the route! enter the name or I( address of a host in the Host field and clic the 3tart button. #fter a while! the results will be displa"ed on the page.eb-based Inter>ace &raceroute On the 3:stem 8 !raceroute page! "ou can define the route of data transfer to a host &ia the traceroute utilit". The System $ #raceroute page. Figure 131.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via . Page 1-.

DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual Con>i(urin( via .N/T again! select the $n chec box.#N. In the ort field! enter the number of the router's port through which access will be allowed $b" default! the port 2& is specified%. 9" default! access is enabled. The System $ #elnet page.eb-based Inter>ace &elnet On the 3:stem 8 !elnet page! "ou can enable or disable access to the de&ice settings &ia T/. Figure 132.N/T from "our . Page 1-/ of 172 .N/T! deselect the $n chec box and clic the C'an(e button. Then clic the C'an(e button. To disable access &ia T/. To enable access &ia T/.

Otherwise an" warrant" will be in&alidated. Tr" to position "our router! access points! and computers so that the signal passes through dr"walls or open doorwa"s. 3. To pre&ent o&erheating! do not obstruct the &entilation openings of the router. 9uilding materials ma e a difference. Note! that the base transmits a signal e&en if the phone in not in use. 2. Page 1-0 of 172 . If "ou are using 1. Use a damp cloth to clean the e*uipment. Reep the number of walls and ceilings between the DIR-300NRU de&ice and other networ de&ices to a minimum Q each wall or ceiling can reduce "our wireless networ range b" 3E0 feet $2-30 meters%. Do not use li*uid7aerosol cleaners or magnetic7static cleaning de&ices. 4a e sure "our 1. To maximi8e "our wireless range! follow the guidelines below. # solid metal door or aluminum studs ma" ha&e a negati&e effect on "our wireless range.+ ><8 cordless phones or :-20 e*uipment $wireless de&ices such as ceiling fans! lights! and home securit" s"stems%! "our wireless connection ma" degrade dramaticall" or drop completel". 9e aware of the direct line between networ de&ices. )ireless Installation Considerations The DIR-300NRU de&ice lets "ou access "our networ using a wireless connection from &irtuall" an"where within the operating range of "our wireless networ . 4aterials and ob@ects such as glass! steel! metal! walls with insulation! water $fish tan s%! mirrors! file cabinets! bric ! and concrete will degrade "our wireless signal.DIR-300NRU Wireless Router with Built-in 4-port Switch User Manual $&eration 6uidelines CHA !"R )# $ "RA!I$N 6UID"1IN"3 Safety Instructions (lace "our router on a flat hori8ontal surface or mount the router on the wall $the mounting holes are located on the bottom panel of the de&ice%. Unplug the e*uipment before dusting and cleaning. Reep "our router awa" $at least 3-D feet or 2-1 meters% from electrical de&ices or appliances that generate RA noise. (lace "our de&ices so that the signal tra&els straight through a wall or ceiling $instead of at an angle% for better reception. Operate the router onl" from an electrical outlet with the correct power source as indicated on the adapter. T"pical ranges &ar" depending on the t"pes of materials and bac ground RA noise in "our home or office. (lug the router into a surge protector to reduce the ris of damage from power surges and lightning stri es. 1.+ ><8 phone base is as far awa" from "our wireless de&ices as possible. 4a e sure that the router is pro&ided with sufficient &entilation. Reep in mind! howe&er! that the number! thic ness and location of walls! ceilings! or other ob@ects that the wireless signals must pass through! ma" limit the range. 3. +. Do not open the co&er of the router.

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