Name and function of the individual parts
(Continued from the previous page)
a Power cord
Power cord and plug shape vary depending on the
b Power switch
This switches the power status of the product to ON/
c Console port
For use in connecting the RS-232C terminals (serial
connector) of PCs when it is necessary to perform
configurations from the console.
Please refer to the "Instruction Manual" (downloadable
from the Yamaha network peripheral equipment website)
for more details.
d LAN port
The LAN port is for use connections with the LAN port
or hub port of a PC via a LAN cable.
The power part of each LAN port includes a LINK lamp
(left) and SPEED lamp (right).
• LINK lamp: Off (link lost), lit up (link established), or
flashing (transferring data) according to the individual
status of the link concerned.
• SPEED lamp: Off (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T) or
lit up (1000BASE-T) according to the speed of the
e WAN port
The WAN port is for connecting to a cable modem,
ADSL modem, or ONU via a LAN cable.
a Equipment name
Provides the name of the product.
b Serial number
Provides the serial number used to manage/classify the
c MAC address
Provides the individual network ID numbers unique to
the equipment on the LAN side and WAN side.
In the example of "00A0DE3B0000", "MAC ~ 3B0001"
provided in the figure above the individual MAC
addresses on the LAN side and WAN side are as follows:
• MAC address on the LAN side: 00A0DE3B0000
• MAC address on the WAN side: 00A0DE3B0001