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FWX120
Firewall
User's Manual
Thank you very much for purchasing Yamaha FWX120.
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Please carefully read this manual before use to ensure
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appropriate installation and configuration.
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    FWX120 Firewall User’s Manual Thank you very much for purchasing Yamaha FWX120. read Please Please carefully read this manual before use to ensure first this manual appropriate installation and configuration. Please be sure to follow all the warnings and precautions provided in this manual to ensure appropriate and safe use.

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    Introduction Thank you very much for purchasing Yamaha FWX120. This product is a firewall that is suitable for use in small and medium-sized enterprise networks. • LAN cable (x1) Please ensure • User's Manual (this manual) you have all • CD-ROM (x1) the following accessories. Outline of the product...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    The precautions provided on pages 4 - 9 concern abbreviated as below in this manual. safe and appropriate use of the product and on • Yamaha FWX120: The product, this product preventing any risk to you and other people as well • 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T cable: as any physical damage.

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    Ensure that you can easily remove it if the necessity arises. • Ensure to fully and securely insert the power plug into the outlet. Being insufficiently inserted could result in an electric shock. It could also lead to dust accumulating on the plug, which could then result in heat or fire. • Verify that the current capacity of the outlet or a power strip in thereby ensuring that use of the product does not exceed it. Any overheating or degradation of the power strip could result in fire. • Ensure to only use cables that suit the specifications of the port concerned. Connecting any cable other than one which fits the originally intended specifications could result in fire or damage to the product. • Do not touch any of the ports with your fingers or anything metallic. Failure to observe this could result in electric shock or damage to the product. 4 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    - Ensure not to cover the product with a cloth or tablecloth. - Ensure the product does not get pushed into a narrow, poorly ventilated place. - Ensure the ventilation holes do not get blocked. • Ensure not to touch the product or the power cord if you hear thunder. Failure to observe this could result in electric shock. • Periodically remove any dirt and dust from the power plug. Failure to observe this could result in fire. • Place the product in horizontal orientation. Placing it upside down or in vertical orientation could result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the product. FWX120 User's Manual | 5...

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    Failure to observe this could result in heat building up and damage to the product. • Ensure not to connect any cables while the power is on. Failure to observe this could result in damage to the product and any connected equipment. • Ensure to earth any static electricity from your body or clothing before touching the product. Failure to observe this could result in damage to the product. • Power off the product and then remove all the cables before moving it. The product or connected equipment could fall or turn upside down, thus resulting in injury. 6 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Usage notes • If you transfer the product you will also need to • Please note that Yamaha cannot assume any transfer this manual and the accompanying CD- responsibility for any damage resulting from ROM. improper use or configuration of the product. • Connecting a USB data communication terminal • A lithium battery is used in the product as a power to the USB port of the product will enable a backup for the clock function. Ensure to follow...

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    Important notice the Yamaha Network Devices website (http://www. Concerning the security measures yamaha.com/products/en/network/) to obtain and firewall functionality of the the latest information on the configurations and product revisions of the product. The Internet is a convenient tool that can be used to Unexpected communication charges may collect information available anywhere in the world occur when you: on websites and to exchange messages via e-mail.

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    Security Inc. in the U.S. and Please refer to “Operation Manual” (included in other countries. the attached CD-ROM) for more details on the pertinent license terms and conditions. WARNING This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. FWX120 User's Manual | 9...

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    SOFTWARE. 1-4. Except as expressly provided herein, no license or right, express or implied, is hereby conveyed or granted by YAMAHA to you for any intellectual property of YAMAHA. 2. OWNERSHIP AND COPYRIGHT: The SOFTWARE is protected under the copyright laws and owned by YAMAHA.

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    PARTICULAR PURPOSE. In the event that any provision of this AGREEMENT is 5-2. IN NO EVENT SHALL YAMAHA, YAMAHA'S declared or found to be illegal by any court or tribunal S U B S I D I A R I E S A N D A F F I L I AT E S , T H E I R...

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    (unregistered terminals), the function can check if the terminals are allowed to access or not and control which network each terminal can access. Each terminal can be configured to have different access rights. For example, registered terminals can be configured to allow access to all networks in 12 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    In addition, individual port configurations of the revision updates (upgrade) of the internal Yamaha switches and collective VLAN settings firmware. If any new functions have been added both for the product and Yamaha switches are after you have purchased the product they can also available. be accessed via a revision update. In addition to directly downloading any firmware updates to the...

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    USB data communication • STATUS: Indicates the status of communication terminal. Failure to observe this could damage with connected equipment. the product. • LAN1: Indicates the usage status of the LAN1 port. e Ventilator • LAN2: Indicates the usage status of the LAN2 This is a hole to release the internal heat. port. 14 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    MAC You can find the LINK/DATA lamp (left) and the addresses on the LAN1 side and LAN2 side are SPEED lamp (right) below the LAN2 port. as follows: The lamp works just like the lamps for the LAN1 • MAC address on the LAN1 side: 00A0DE7EBF84 ports. • MAC address on the LAN2 side: 00A0DE7EBF85 FWX120 User's Manual | 15...

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      Configuring the IP address on the Preparation 5 Page  LAN1 side of the product  Changing the IP addresses of PCs in Preparation 6 Page  the LAN  Preparation 7 Configuring provider information Page  16 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    LAN cables Provide LAN cables based on the number of PCs and distance. Up to four PCs can be directly connected to the LAN1 ports of the product. If you want to connect five or more PCs, use a hub (for example, a switching hub) that supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, or 1000BASE-T. Information regarding the network to which the product is connected Predetermine the IP address to be assigned to the LAN side of the product. NOTE To connect the product to a network that uses a DHCP server, you need to disable the DHCP server function of the product. To do this, refer to the operation manual. Cautions when installing the product Please carefully read and observe the “Safety precautions” of this manual when installing the product. FWX120 User's Manual | 17...

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    Connect the LAN port of your cable modem, ADSL modem, or ONU to the LAN2 port of the product with a LAN cable. Please also refer to the document provided by your provider and instruction manuals for ADSL modem and ONU. NOTE If you switch an environment in which a cable modem, an ADSL modem, or an ONU is directly connected to a PC to a connection with the product, or an installed router is replaced with the product, proper connections may not be made because, for instance, addresses cannot be obtained. Therefore, you may need to configure some settings, to perform a reset, or to wait for a specified period of time (e.g., at least 20 minutes). For more information, follow the instructions in the relevant manuals. 18 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    If the LAN1 lamp does not light up or flash: • Check that the LAN cable is correctly connected and your PC or hub is powered on. • The LAN1 lamp does not light up or flash unless all the PCs and hubs that are connected to the product are powered on. If the LAN2 lamp does not light up or flash: Check that the ADSL modem (or cable modem or ONU) is correctly connected to the product and the ADSL modem (or cable modem or ONU) is powered on. Now, the connecting procedures are completed. Proceed with other preparations. See page  FWX120 User's Manual | 19...

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    • To use the “Basic configuration page”, we recommend that you use Windows Internet Explorer 11. • The descriptions in this manual use Internet Explorer 11 screens as examples. For other environments, you have slightly different screen displays, though operations stay the same. If you enter commands in a console window using Telnet software, you can configure settings in more detail compared to doing them in the “Basic configuration page” (console commands). For details on connecting to the product using Telnet software, please refer to the operation manual. For details on the commands available in the product, please refer to “Command Reference” (included in the attached CD-ROM). 20 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Indicates the current screen name. Shows Help screen. Configure the settings as needed. Accept your entries and Return to the top page save them in the product. without saving your entries. Return to the previous page without saving your entries. FWX120 User's Manual | 21...

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    Preparation 3 Setting the passwords In the factory defaults, the initial password is set to “doremi”. It is recommended that you set passwords to provide security measures. Once a password is set, anyone trying to access the product must enter it, which makes it difficult for third parties to modify the configurations of the product. It is recommended that you follow the steps on page 23 to set or change the password to prevent security issues. 22 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Click Click Fill in Fill in Click FWX120 User's Manual | 23...

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    Click “Submit”. The password you have set takes effect. Click “Return to top”. The screen to enter a “User name” and “Password” appears. Type the password you entered in Step 3 in “Password” and then click “OK”. The top page of the “Basic configuration page” reappears. Set the login password of the product. Leave “User name” blank. 24 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Click Click Click Fill in Fill in Click FWX120 User's Manual | 25...

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    Type the login password in “login password”. Each password character entered is represented by a black dot. Retype the login password you entered in Step 12. Click “Submit”. A confirmation screen appears. Click “Submit”. The password you have set takes effect. Click “Return to top”. The top page of the “Basic configuration page” reappears. 26 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Preparation 4 Setting the date and time In the “Configure machine” screen, configure the date and time for the product. Click Click Select Fill in Click FWX120 User's Manual | 27...

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    Click “Submit”. A confirmation screen appears. Click “Return to top”. The top page of the “Basic configuration page” reappears. To automatically set the time of the product: Using a NTP (network time protocol) server on the Internet allows you to automatically set the time of the product. NOTE Depending on the security settings of the product, PCs in the LAN as well as this product may not be able to synchronize their time with the NTP server. To use an external NTP server, change the filter settings (Operation Manual). 28 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Configuring the IP address on the LAN1 side To connect LANs at different locations via broadband connections, make sure the network addresses for LANs do not overlap. Determine a new network address for each LAN and configure the IP address and netmask according to the new network address on the product and PC. NOTE If a different network address has already been configured, give the product the IP address and netmask according to that network address. Make sure the product has an IP address that does not overlap with the one assigned to other devices installed within the LAN. Click Click Click “Advanced settings” on the top page of “Basic configuration page”. The “Advanced settings” screen appears. Click “Configure” to the right of “Configure LAN (IP address, DHCP server)”. The “Configure LAN” screen appears. FWX120 User's Manual | 29...

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    Enter the IP address according to the new network address you determined, and select the netmask. For more details on the settings, click “Help” on the setup screen and refer to the description displayed. Click “Submit”. A confirmation screen appears. Click “Execute” before changing the IP addresses of PCs. For information on changing the IP addresses of PCs, refer to the description on page 31 onward. 30 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Preparation 6 Changing the IP addresses of PCs in the LAN If you change a LAN network address, you also need to change IP addresses and netmasks of PCs in the LAN. If you have devices other than PCs in the LAN, you also need to change their IP addresses and netmasks. For information on setting these devices, please refer to their instruction manuals. NOTE If you do not change the network address of the LAN to which the product is attached, you do not need to change IP addresses of PCs in the LAN. The way to change the IP address of a PC depends on the version of the operating system. Refer to “Changing the IP addresses of PCs” (Operation Manual) for more details. FWX120 User's Manual | 31...

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    Connecting to the Internet using a USB data Page  communication terminal NOTE • After canceling/changing your provider contract please be sure to delete or reconfigure the connection configuration of the product. Failure to observe this could result in unexpected charges from your telephone carrier or provider. • Before using the product as a router (or before signing a new contract with your provider), be sure to determine whether simultaneous connections of multiple PCs through a router are permitted by your provider. Some providers do not allow simultaneous connections or require that you sign a separate contract. If you use the product in violation of the terms and conditions of the contract with your provider, you may be charged unexpected fees. If simultaneous connections are prohibited by your provider, sign a separate contract with your provider or sign a contact with a provider that allows simultaneous connections. 32 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    You need the setup document supplied by the provider. To configure destinations and connect to the Internet, you are required to have the following information provided by your provider (some connection modes may not need all of the information). • User ID (authentication ID and account name) • Passwords (authentication password and initial password) • IP address • Netmask • Name server addresses (DNS server address, name server IP address, and DNS server IP address) • Default gateway address FWX120 User's Manual | 33...

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    The line type is automatically detected. Click Click “Configure provider” on the top page of “Basic configuration page”. The broadband line auto-distinction function works to show the screen for the connection mode selected for the connected line. NOTE Note that the broadband line auto-distinction process takes place only once. Be sure to check that the broadband line is connected to the LAN2 port of the product before performing this function. 34 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Select “Terminal broadband connection over PPPoE” or “Terminal broadband connection over DHCP or static IP address” to your connection type and then click “Next”. If you are not sure which connection type you use currently, check the contract or contact your provider. When “Terminal broadband connection over See page  PPPoE” is selected: When “Terminal broadband connection over See page  DHCP or static IP address” is selected: FWX120 User's Manual | 35...

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    Enter the user ID. Enter the connection user ID specified by the provider. Be sure to check the relevant document when entering it. Enter your connect password. Enter the password specified by the provider (or the password you changed). The password is case sensitive and should be in alphanumeric characters. Each password character entered is represented by a black dot. Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 3/4” screen appears. 36 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    If the DNS server address is assigned by your provider: Click “The contract with the provider stipulates a DNS server address designation” to select it and then set the following addresses. • Primary DNS server address: Enter the DNS server address assigned by your provider in numeric characters. • Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address if your provider provides you with two DNS server addresses (if your provider provides you with only one DNS server address, leave this field blank). Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 4/4” screen appears. FWX120 User's Manual | 37...

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    4  Checking the setting information Terminal broadband connection over PPPoE (from page 35) Check Click Ensure that the entries displayed on the screen agree with the information provided by your provider. If an incorrect setting has been made, click “Back” to bring up the necessary setting screen to set it correctly. Click “Submit”. The “Register provider” screen appears. 38 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Configurations  If you cannot connect to the Internet: are completed. Check 1 Check the connection between the product and your PC, ADSL modem or ONU. Check 2 Check the entries again on pages 36 and 37. Configuration settings for Check 3 If you still have difficulties, refer to “Troubleshooting” for your Internet connection solutions (Operation Manual). are now complete. FWX120 User's Manual | 39...

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    If the IP address is not assigned by your provider: Click “DHCP client” to select it. If the DHCP client identification name is assigned by your provider, enter that identification name in the “DHCP client identification name” (there is no need to enter it if it is not assigned by your provider). If the IP address is assigned by your provider: Click “Static IP address” and then configure the following settings. • WAN IP address: Enter the IP address assigned by your provider in numeric characters. • netmask: Select the netmask assigned by your provider. • Default gateway: Enter the default gateway address assigned by your provider in numeric characters. Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 3/4” screen appears. 40 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    If the DNS server address is assigned by your provider: Click “The contract with the provider stipulates a DNS server address designation” to select it and then set the following addresses. • Primary DNS server address: Enter the DNS server address assigned by your provider in numeric characters. • Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address if your provider provides you with two DNS server addresses (if your provider provides you with only one DNS server address, leave this field blank). Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 4/4” screen appears. FWX120 User's Manual | 41...

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    Configurations  If you cannot connect to the Internet: are completed. Check 1 Check the connection between the product and your PC, ADSL modem or cable modem. Check 2 Check the entries again on pages 40 and 41. Configuration settings for Check 3 If you still have difficulties, refer to “Troubleshooting” for your Internet connection solutions (Operation Manual). are now complete. 42 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    You need the setup document supplied by the provider. To configure destinations and connect to the Internet, you are required to have the following information provided by your provider (some connection modes may not need all of the information). • User ID (authentication ID and account name) • Passwords (authentication password and initial password) • IP address • Netmask • Name server addresses (DNS server address, name server IP address, and DNS server IP address) • Default gateway address • Access point name • CID (Context Identifier) FWX120 User's Manual | 43...

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    1  Connecting a USB data communication terminal Connect a USB data communication terminal to the USB port of the product. The USB lamp lights up and flashes. A buzzer beeps when the USB data communication terminal is connected. For details on the buzzer sound, refer to “Changing the buzzer settings” (Operation Manual). For a list of the latest USB data communication terminals that are known to work, visit http://www.yamaha.com/products/en/network/ and go to the product information page of this product. 44 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    2  Specifying the connection mode Click Click Click Click “Configure provider” on the top page of “Basic configuration page”. The “Configure provider 1/4” screen appears. Click “Mobile Internet connection”. Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 2/4” screen appears. FWX120 User's Manual | 45...

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    Be sure to check the relevant document when entering it. Enter the CID (Context Identifier). Enter the CID number provided by your carrier or provider. Entries may vary depending on your contract plan. Be sure to check the relevant document when entering it. Enter the user ID. If you need to specify a user ID, enter the user ID provided by your provider. Be sure to check the relevant document when entering it. 46 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    If you need to specify a connect password, enter the password specified by the provider (or the password you changed). The password is case sensitive and should be in alphanumeric characters. Each password character entered is represented by a black dot. Select outgoing restrictions. Configure the outgoing restrictions based on the cumulative send/received data and the cumulative connection period. Depending on your contract plan, unusual billing can occur due to long connection times. Be sure to check your contract plan before configuring it. Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 3/4” screen appears. FWX120 User's Manual | 47...

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    If the DNS server address is assigned by your provider: Click “The contract with the provider stipulates a DNS server address designation” to select it and then set the following addresses. Primary DNS server address: Enter the DNS server address assigned by your • provider in numeric characters. Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address • if your provider provides you with two DNS server addresses (if your provider provides you with only one DNS server address, leave this field blank). Click “Next”. The “Configure provider 4/4” screen appears. 48 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    5  Checking the setting information Check Click Ensure that the entries displayed on the screen agree with the information provided by your provider. If an incorrect setting has been made, click “Back” to bring up the necessary setting screen to set it correctly. Click “Submit”. The “Register provider” screen appears. FWX120 User's Manual | 49...

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     If you cannot connect to the Internet: Check 1 Check the connection between the product and your PC are completed. and between the product and the USB data communication terminal. Configuration settings for Check 2 Check the entries again on pages between 46 and 48. your Internet connection Check 3 If you still have difficulties, refer to “Troubleshooting” for are now complete. solutions (Operation Manual). 50 | FWX120 User's Manual...

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    Accessories: Ambient humidity: 15 to 80% LAN cable (3 m, RJ-45, straight) (x1) (no condensation) User's Manual (this manual) Storage environment: CD-ROM (x1) Ambient temperature: -20 to 50ºC (“User's Manual (this manual)”, “Operation Ambient humidity: 10 to 90% Manual”, and “Command Reference” are (no condensation) included in it.) Regulatory Compliance: Safety: IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1 EMC: EN 55022 Class A, EN 55024 LAN1 interface: Ethernet (RJ-45) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T 4-port switching hub Straight/Cross auto-distinction LAN2 interface: Ethernet (RJ-45) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T 1 port Straight/Cross auto-distinction Serial interface: DTE fixed (cross cable for connecting to a PC) Number of ports: 1 Asynchronous serial: RS-232C Connector: D-sub 9 PIN Data transfer speed: 9600 bit/s Data bit length: 8 bits Parity check: None Stop bit: 1 bit Flow control: software (Xon/Xoff) FWX120 User's Manual | 51...

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    Contact page http://www.yamaha.com/products/en/network/support/ Manual Development Department © 2016 Yamaha Corporation Published 03/2016 AB-A0 Printed in China ZU60240...

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