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ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User's Manual
ADSL2/2+ 4 Ports Switch 11N WiFi Router
Freeway DSL User's Manual
Rev. 1.0
May. 2009

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  • Page 1 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual ADSL2/2+ 4 Ports Switch 11N WiFi Router Freeway DSL User’s Manual Rev. 1.0 May. 2009...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Table of Contents INTRODUCTION......................... 1 ......................1 ENERAL EATURES ......................1 YSTEM EQUIREMENT FREEWAY DSL OVERVIEW....................2 LED D ......................... 2 ESCRIPTION ......................3 ORTS AND UTTONS DSL ..................3 NSTALLING YOUR REEWAY CONFIGURING TCP/IP ......................4 5.1 LOGIN TO YOUR FREEWAY DSL..................
  • Page 3 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.18.2 Trusted CA ......................... 40 WIRELESS..........................41 ........................... 41 ASIC ..........................42 ECURITY MAC F ........................45 ILTER ....................... 46 IRELESS RIDGE .......................... 47 DVANCED ........................49 TATION DIAGNOSTICS........................... 50 MANAGEMENT ........................51 ..........................51 ETTINGS 9.1.1 Backup ..........................
  • Page 4 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Introduction The Freeway DSL is a highly integrated device which enables ADSL2+, 11N WLAN, Router, Switch,] and File server together. It is positioned to enhance the user's triple play broadband experience with excellent QoS (Quality of Service) and traffic management. This new generation of platforms not only eases the deployment of DSL-based ADSL2+ but also provides new opportunities for the service provider to derive additional value from the emerging IP Video service.
  • Page 6: Freeway Dsl Overview

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Freeway DSL Overview 2.1 LED Description The front panel contains lights called LEDs that indicate the status of the Freeway DSL. Color Status Description The device is power on. Green POWER The device is power off. The device is booting up.
  • Page 7: Ports And Buttons

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 2.2 Ports and Buttons The rear panel contains the ports for the Freeway DSL's data and power connections. ON/OFF: Power switch to power on/off the Freeway DSL. POWER: Connecter for a power adapter. Using a power supply with a different voltage rating will damage this product.
  • Page 8: Configuring Tcp/Ip

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 3. Configuring TCP/IP This section will help you to establish a connection between a PC and the Freeway DSL. Each computer that will be part of your network needs to communicate with the Freeway DSL. To do this, you may need to configure each PC’s network settings to automatically obtain an IP address.
  • Page 9: Login To Your Freeway Dsl

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 5.1 Login to Your Freeway DSL This section guides you through configuring your Freeway DSL. You should have your computers configured for DHCP mode and have proxies disabled on your browser. If you do not get the page as shown below, you may need to delete your temporary Internet files by flushing the cached web pages.
  • Page 10: Device Info

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Device Info This is the first page you see when entering the Web Application. 5.1 Summary This page shows the status summary of the Freeway DSL. 5.2 WAN This page shows the WAN information of Freeway DSL.
  • Page 11: Statistics

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 5.3 Statistics This section shows the statistics information of Freeway. 5.3.1 LAN This page shows the statistics of each connection on your LAN. 5.3.2 WAN Service This page shows the WAN statistics information. 5.3.3 xTM This page shows the xTM interface statistics information.
  • Page 12: Xdsl

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 5.3.4 xDSL This page shows the DSL status and statistics.
  • Page 13: Route

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 5.4 Route This page shows the IP route for Freeway DSL. 5.5 ARP This page shows the ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) table on Freeway DSL. 5.6 DHCP This page shows the client devices which are assigned IP addresses by the Freeway DSL.
  • Page 14: Advanced Setup

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Advanced Setup This section allows you to make specific configurations to your Freeway DSL such as NAT, Quality of Service, DNS and so on. 6.1 Layer2 Interface-ATM Interface This page shows the summary of the current ATM interfaces you have configured. You can set up more than one connection profiles on your Freeway DSL.
  • Page 15: Wan Service

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Field Description Enter the PVC identifier (VPI and VCI) provided by your ISP. VPI/VCI DSL Link Type Select the DSL link type for the connection. Your ISP should inform you which type to use. Encapsulation Select the encapsulation mode for the connection.
  • Page 16 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Select a WAN service type and enter a service description for this connection. Different mode will lead you to different configuration page. Click Next. PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) Mode Field Description PPP Username Enter the username of your PPP account. PPP Password Enter the password of your PPP account PPPoE Service Name...
  • Page 17 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Authentication Method Select the authentication method to be PAP, CHAP or MSCHAP. Select “Auto” to allow the Freeway DSL to negotiate with PPP server automatically. Enable Fullcone NAT Check to enable fullcone NAT feature. Dial on Demand Check to enable DOD feature.
  • Page 18 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Select a WAN interface as Freeway DSL default gateway. Click Next. Field Description Obtain DNS Info from a WAN Select the WAN interface to obtain the DSN info. Use the Following Static Select to configure the static DNS IP address manually. DNS IP Address Enter the IP address of primary DNS server.
  • Page 19 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual The table below shows the summary of your WAN settings. Make sure they match the settings provided by your ISP so that you can connect to the Internet.
  • Page 20: Lan

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.3 LAN This page shows the current setting of LAN interface. You can set IP address/subnet mask and DHCP server pool for the LAN interface. Field Description Group Name Select a group name for this LAN. Enter the IP address for this LAN.
  • Page 21: Nat

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Static IP Click Add Entries to configure static LAN IP according to its MAC Leased Time address to the clients. Second IP Enter the second IP address for this LAN if needed. Address Subnet Mask Enter the subnet mask for this LAN.
  • Page 22 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Click Add to configure virtual server. Select the virtual server from the drop-down list or custom the service you need. Then complete the server IP address and click the Apply/Save.
  • Page 23: Port Triggering

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.4.2 Port Triggering Triggers are used to deal with application protocols that create separate sessions. Some applications, such as NetMeeting, require that specific ports in the Router's firewall be opened for access by the remote parties. Port Trigger dynamically opens up the “Open Ports”...
  • Page 24: Dmz Host

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Click Add to configure the Port Triggering. Select the applications that you want to set up the port settings and then click Save/Apply. 6.4.3 DMZ Host The Freeway DSL can forward IP packets from the WAN that do not belong to any of the applications configured in the Virtual Servers table to the DMZ host computer.
  • Page 25: Security - Ip Filtering

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.5 Security – IP Filtering 6.5.1 Outgoing The outgoing filter blocks the LAN traffic from entering the WAN side. By default, all outgoing IP traffic from LAN is allowed, but some IP traffic can be blocked by setting up filters. Click Add to create a filter rule to identify outgoing IP traffic.
  • Page 26: Incoming

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.5.2 Incoming Incoming IP filter filters the WAN traffic to the LAN side. When the firewall is enabled on a WAN or LAN interface, all incoming IP traffic is blocked. This page allows you to configure filters for accepting some incoming IP traffic.
  • Page 27: Parental Control

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Destination IP Address Enter the destination (from the LAN side) IP address, subnet / Subnet Mask / Port mask and port number. WAN/LAN Interface Select the WAN and LAN interface to apply this rule. 6.6 Parental Control Parental Control allows you to add the day of the week and URL restrictions to specific LAN clients.
  • Page 28: Url Filter

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.6.2 URL Filter This page allows you to block specified URLs from accessing. Maximum 100 entries can be configured. Select the list type first and then click Add to configure the URL entries. Enter the URL address and port number.
  • Page 29: Quality Of Service

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.7 Quality of Service You can configure the Quality of Service to apply different priorities to traffic on the Freeway DSL. If Enable Qos checkbox is not selected, all QoS will be disabled for all interfaces. To enable QoS, check Enable QoS checkbox and select a default DSCP mark to automatically mark incoming traffic without reference to a particular classifier.
  • Page 30: Queue Config

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.7.1 Queue Config This page shows the QoS queue on the Freeway DSL. The Queue configuration allows you to configure a QoS queue entry and assign it to a specific network interface. Each of the queues can be configured for a specific precedence.
  • Page 31: Qos Classification

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual priority for this queue relative to others. Below is the table of precedence summary: Precedence Meaning Precedence Meaning Routine Flash Override Priority Critical Immediate Internetwork Control Flash Network Control 6.7.2 QoS Classification This page allows you to crate a traffic class rule to classify the upstream traffic, assign queue which defines the precedence and the interface and optionally overwrite the IP header DSCP byte.
  • Page 32: Routing

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Assign Classification Select the classification queue for the traffic class. Queue Mark DSCP Select the DSCP to mark. Different markers representing different grades of service placed on various packet streams to be recognized by the router for route purposes. Mark 802.1p Priority If 802.1q was enabled on WAN, then select a value between 0-7.
  • Page 33: Rip

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.8.3 RIP To activate RIP for the WAN Interface, select the desired RIP version and operation and place a check in the “Enabled” checkbox. To stop RIP on the WAN Interface, uncheck the “Enabled'”checkbox. Click Save/Apply to star/stop RIP and save the configuration. 6.9 DNS 6.9.1 DNS Server...
  • Page 34: Dynamic Dns (Ddns)

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.9.2 Dynamic DNS (DDNS) The Dynamic DNS service allows you to alias a dynamic IP address to a static hostname in any of the many domains, allowing the Freeway DSL to be easily accessed from various locations on the Internet.
  • Page 35: Dsl

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.10 DSL This page allows you to select the modulation, phone line type and capability specified by your ISP. The default configuration in this page can work with most ADSL implementations. DO NOT change any setting unless you are instructed to do so. Then click Save/Apply. If you want to configure more advanced setting, click Advanced Settings.
  • Page 36: Upnp

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.11 UPnP This page allows you to enable the UPnP function. The UPnP function allows devices to connect seamlessly and to simplify the implementation of networks such as data sharing, communications and entertainment. The UPnP feature requires one active WAN interface. You must create one WAN connection before you can enable this function.
  • Page 37: Print Server

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.14 Print Server This page allows you to enable the on-board print sever. A USB printer can be connected to the Freeway DSL and used as a network printer. Before connecting your printer to the print server, be sure to install the driver provided by the printer manufacturer on each PC that will use the printer.
  • Page 38: Interface Grouping

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.15 Interface Grouping Interface Grouping supports multiple ports to PVC and bridging groups. Each group will perform as an independent network.
  • Page 39 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Click Add to create new interface group. To support Interface Grouping feature, you must create mapping groups with appropriate LAN and WAN interfaces. Then click Save/Apply. Only the default group has IP interface. Field Description Group Name Enter a name for this group.
  • Page 40: Lan Ports

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.16 LAN Ports This page allows you to enable/disable the Virtual LAN Ports feature. 6.17 IPSec This page shows the IPSec Tunnel connection.
  • Page 41 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Click Add New Connection to add a new IPSec Tunnel connection. Enter the setting for IPSec connection and then click Save/Apply. Field Description IPSec Connection Name Enter a name for this IPSec connection. Remote IPSec Gateway Enter the IP address or domain name of the remote IPSec Address gateway.
  • Page 42: Certificate

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Pre-Shared Key Specify the Key if you select the authentication method as Pre-Shared Key. Certificate Select the certificate from drop-down list if you select the authentication method as Certificate X.509. Perfect Forward Secrecy Select to enable or disable Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) feature.
  • Page 43 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Click Import Certificate to import the certificate. Enter a certificate name, paste the certificate content and private key to create the certificate. Then click Apply.
  • Page 44: Trusted Ca

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 6.18.2 Trusted CA If an entity wants to utilize digital certificates, this entity should retrieve certificates of trusted CA servers so it can authenticate the peer with certificates issued by those trusted CA servers. Maximum 4 certificates can be stored.
  • Page 45: Wireless

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Wireless This section allows you to configure wireless settings on the Freeway DSL. 7.1 Basic This page allows you to configure basic features of wireless feature. You can enable or disable the wireless LAN interface, hide the network from active scans, set the wireless network name (also known as SSID) and restrict the channel set based on country requirements.
  • Page 46: Security

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual (Basic Service Set) within an area. In Infrastructure BSS networks, the BSSID is the MAC address of the AP and in Independent BSS or ad-hoc networks, the BSSID is generated randomly. Country Select your country from the drop-down list. Max Clients Enter the maximum number of wireless clients that are allowed to connect to the AP (Access Point) at the same period.
  • Page 47 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Set WSC AP Mode Select the WPS (WSC) AP mode. Click it to start WSC by the means of push-button or PIN. This Add Enrolee button acts the same function as the physical button on the upper case of the Freeway DSL when you select using Push-Button to be the setup AP method.
  • Page 48 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual which uses AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) instead of TKIP as its encryption method. Network re-auth interval is the time in which another key needs to be dynamically issued. WPA2-PSK (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 – Pre-Shared Key): Suitable for home and SOHO environments, it also uses AES encryption and requires you to enter a password and a re-key interval time.
  • Page 49: Mac Filter

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 7.3 MAC Filter This function allows you to manage whether a wireless client is allowed to access the Freeway DSL or not based on the MAC address of device. Select the MAC Restrict Mode you want to use and then click Add to add the MAC address to the wireless MAC address filters.
  • Page 50: Wireless Bridge

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 7.4 Wireless Bridge This page allows you to configure the Freeway DSL as a bridge. Wireless bridge feature provides a wireless link between WLAN segments to extend the coverage range. If configure the Freeway DSL to bridge mode, then Access Point features is disabled. In this next screen you can select the mode, either access point or wireless bridge that you want the router to be in.
  • Page 51: Advanced

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 7.5 Advanced This page allows you to configure setting for advanced wireless features. Field Description Band The supported band is 2.4GHz. Channel Select the channel you want to use. The wireless network is divided into several channels (region depends). Each channel broadcasts on a slightly different frequency;...
  • Page 52 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual dynamic channel selection to determine the best channels to transmit in order for optimal operation. Control Sideband Select the extension channel to be in the Upper or Lower sideband. 802.11n Rate Set the 802.11n rate. These rates are only applicable when the 802.11n/EWC is configured as Auto.
  • Page 53: Station Info

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 7.6 Station Info This page shows the connected wireless stations and their status.
  • Page 54: Diagnostics

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Diagnostics This page shows the ADSL diagnostic information. Usually, you do not have to view this data, but you may find it useful when working with your ISP to diagnose network and Internet data transmission problems.
  • Page 55: Management

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Management This section allows you to maintain the system, including backing up the configurations, viewing system log, maintaining access control and updating software. 9.1 Settings 9.1.1 Backup This page allows you to backup (copy) current settings to a file on your PC. 9.1.2 Update This page allows you to restore the settings from a previously saved file.
  • Page 56: System Log

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 9.2 System Log This dialog allows you to view system log and configure system log options. To view the System Log, click View System Log. To configure System Log, click Configure System Log. 9.2.1 Configure System Log This page allows you to configure the system log level and display level.
  • Page 57: View System Log

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 9.2.2 View System Log This page shows the events of Freeway DSL. If the system log feature is enabled, the system will log selected events. All events above or equal to the selected log level will be logged and displayed.
  • Page 58: Tr-069 Client

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 9.4 TR-069 Client The Freeway DSL includes a TR-069 client which is a WAN management protocol. All the values are already filled in. Field Description Inform Enable or disable the Freeway DSL to connect to the ACS periodically.
  • Page 59: Internet Time

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 9.5 Internet Time This page allows you to manually configure the time and select Time Zone. Field Description Automatically synchronize with Check to enable the Freeway DSL to synchronize with Internet time server Internet time server to update the system clock. First/ Second/ Third/ Fourth/ Select at least one Internet time server from drop- down list or specify its IP address manually.
  • Page 60: Services

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 9.6.2 Services This page allows you to enable or disable the services from being used for WAN. 9.7 Update Software The system software used by this Freeway DSL is called “firmware”. This page allows you to upgrade the firmware to a newer version.
  • Page 61: Reboot

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual This page allows you to update the software (firmware) of Freeway DSL to a newer version. If your ISP releases new software for Freeway DSL, follow these steps to perform an upgrade. Obtain an updated software image file from your ISP. Click Browse to locate the image file.
  • Page 62: Wall Mounting (Optional)

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual 10. Wall Mounting (Optional) This product can be mounted on wall. There are two holes in the lower case and you can use the screws to mount the device.
  • Page 63: Appendix A. Troubleshooting

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Appendix A. Troubleshooting Below is a list of commonly asked questions. Before calling technical support, please look through these issues to see if they help solve your problem. The Freeway DSL is not functional. Check to see that the POWER LED is lit and than the network cables are installed correctly.
  • Page 64 ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual I cannot ping the Freeway DSL from the attached LAN. Verify that the IP addresses are properly configured. In most cases, you enable the Freeway DSL’s DHCP function to dynamically assign IP addresses to hosts on the attached LAN.
  • Page 65: Appendix B. Specifications

    ADSL2/2+ 11N WiFi Router User’s Manual Appendix B. Specifications One ADSL port for WAN Four 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet ports for LAN Physical One USB 2.0 host port for USB mass storage or printer Interfaces Two antennas built-in for wireless wide coverage IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless AP with WPS auto setup G.994 G.992.1 (G.dmt) - Annex A and B...