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  • Page 1 AcerRouter 700 Series Multifunction Router User Guide...
  • Page 2: Limitation Of Liability

    Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Acer Netxus Inc . The material contained herein is supplied without representation or warranty of any kind. Acer Netxus,Inc . therefore assumes no responsibility and shall have no liability of any kind arising from the supply or use of this document or the material contained herein.
  • Page 3: About This User Guide

    About This User Guide Welcome to the Acer Netxus world of Multifunction Routers! Thank you for investing in the AcerRouter 700. We are dedicated to providing the most efficient, easy to configure, and trouble free equipment in the networking industry.
  • Page 4 How to Reach Us If you require Technical Support, please email: If you need information about other Acer Netxus products, please email: If you’d like to talk to us, please call: Our mailing address is: Our Web site URL is: acernetxus@acer.com.tw...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 Introduction What’s in the box? ... 1-1 Overview of the AcerRouter 700 Multifunction Router ... 1-1 ISDN ... 1-1 AcerRouter 700 Applications ... 1-2 Accessing the Internet ... 1-2 Accessing Servers from the Public Network ... 1-3 Supporting Dial-in Access to Your Network ... 1-3 Creating Your Own Private Wide Area Network ...
  • Page 6 Connecting to the CLI With Telnet ... 6-14 Connecting to the CLI Through the Console Port ... 6-15 Chapter 7 Messages System Messages ... 7-1 Connection Log Messages ... 7-7 Embedded HTTP Server Messages ... 7-7 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 7 Appendix A AcerRouter Specifications Appendix B Glossary Appendix C Warranty , Copyrights, FCC Notice Warranty ...C-1 Licenses and Trademarks ...C-2 FCC Part 15 Notice ...C-3...
  • Page 8 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 9: Chapter 1 Introduction

    1 AC Adapter 1 ISDN connector cable 1 RS-232 serial cable (null modem cable for the console port) 1 10Base-T LAN cable 1 CD-ROM containing the online documentation 1 QuickStart guide 1 Warranty and registration card Introduction AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 10: Acerrouter 700 Applications

    B-channel will also be disconnected. Your LAN Figure 1-1 Internet Access AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide to support devices on your LAN to access the Internet, to support remote users to dial in and to access resources on your LAN, and to support inter-office communication.
  • Page 11: Accessing Servers From The Public Network

    The remote network can use an ISDN router from a different vendor - as long as it also supports LAN to LAN communication. Your LAN #1 ISDN Network Your LAN #2 AcerRouter 700 AcerRouter 700 Figure 1-3 Connecting Two or More Networks (ISDN) AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 12: Making Regular Voice Calls Using The 700

    AcerVoIp call, which is triggered when the user dials a number that had been configured in the AcerRouter 700 as a AcerVoIp number. The AcerRouter 700 also uses Acer Netxus‘ proprietary StarTouch feature to signal the remote site to connect to the Internet.
  • Page 13: Creating A Virtual Private Network (vpn)

    As is the case for switched connections, a PC on the LAN sending data to a resource reachable through a VPN connection profile will cause a tunnel to be set up to the remote site. Once this is done, the VPN user session will commence, beginning with a PPP authentication exchange. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 14: A Configuration Example

    700). Since these IP addresses are only used in the local LAN environment, these devices naturally form a private network (with default IP network address of 192.168.168.0) and are not accessible by users across the Internet. On the other hand, AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Internet ISDN...
  • Page 15: Security Overview

    1 12V DC power connector for connecting through an AC power adapter (included as part of the product) to the wall power outlet 1 connector for grounding purposes. In most cases, the grounding is not necessary ISDN AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 16: The Leds On The Front

    ISDN ISDN Voice Call Call Call No Call No Call No Call FLASH Data Data AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide 1 power ON/OFF switch LED 4 LED 5 LED 6 LED 7 Voice Voice LAN 4 LAN 3 Call Call...
  • Page 17: Installing The Acerrouter

    Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Figure 2-1 AcerRouter 700 Connectors AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Installing the AcerRouter 700 Connect the ISDN cable to the wall jack and the ISDN port on the AcerRouter 700. Connect PCs/Workstations or a hub to the AcerRouter’s Ethernet ports. If you are connecting a hub, see “Connecting more devices through a Hub to...
  • Page 18: Setting Up A Windows Pc For Configuring The Acerrouter 700

    Check your list of Network Components in the Network window Configuration tab. If TCP/IP has already been installed, go to Step 8. Otherwise, select Add to install it now. Installed components Look for TCP/IP Add button Client for Microsoft Networks AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 19 (IP Address Tab shown) Step 10 With the AcerRouter connected to the LAN (and powered on), reboot the AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide In the new Network Component Type window, select Protocol. In the new Select Network Protocol window, select Microsoft in the Manufacturers area.
  • Page 20: Connecting More Devices Through A Hub To The

    Set the switch to the Uplink position. See Figure 2-2. Bottom of AcerRouter 700 Normal Connect to Port 1 and set Uplink switch to “Uplink” Plug this end into any port of a 10Base-T repeater hub Back Front AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 21: Configuring The Acerrouter

    IP address of the AcerRouter 700 followed by hitting the return key: Logging On After entering the default IP address as described above, a password prompt screen AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide To set up Internet access with advanced features To configure remote office access profiles...
  • Page 22: To Enable More Features

    (Forget your password? See the User’ s Guide for instructions) imple ultifunction ccess configu Enable System Feature Use this screen to enter the key provided by your distributor MAC Address Upgrade Feature Key UPGRADE Upgrade UPGRADE Back ation Log On! ation 00-60-20-17-00-24 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 23: Customizing The Smart For Your Specific Needs

    Share Netware (IPX) Resource Select this option if you use Novell servers on your network and want to allow dial-in users or remote offices to share them. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide imple ultifunction ccess configu...
  • Page 24: Overview Of The Smart Browser Screen

    Click Next when you have selected the options you want. Before you begin the configuration, take a moment to look at the SMART screen. Look for these areas: • System Information • SMART Menu • Configuration Window • Message Window • Status Window AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 25 NoCall means an ISDN B channel is idle. Inactive means the VPN tunnel is not active. Xmt Pkts: indicates the number of packets that have been transmitted through the in terface. Rcv Pkts: indicates the number of packets that the interface has received. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Status Xmt Pkts Rcv Pkts 12620...
  • Page 26: What Is A Connection Profile

    The SMART Customization screen is displayed the very first time you in If this is not the first time the router is configured, see “Configuring More Internet Access Profiles” on page 8. Otherwise, the following screen. will AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 27: Internet Access Configuration

    Select an interface Select a Configuration Type You need to select ISDN as the interface, and then Internet Access from the list of configuration types shown. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide be displayed. Internet Access Configuration ISDN Profile Name...
  • Page 28: Configuring More Internet Access Profiles

    NEXT DELETE Highlight the entry in the list, and click DELETE to delete the profile, or click NEXT to modify the profile, in which case the same screen as shown previously will appear. Internet access:ISP AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 29: Setting Up Internet Access With Advanced Features

    The following shows how you can change the private IP address for your LAN, and assign a public IP address to your AcerRouter to an existing Internet access conne ction profile. Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Interface Configuration ISDN NEXT Select Internet Access with Advanced IP Configuration in the SMART Configuration screen and click NEXT.
  • Page 30 Permanent 64K or Permanent 128K. Availability of multiple B channels de pends on your subscription options with your ISP. Using an additional B channel may mean additional cost (both from your ISP and the phone company). Auto-detect (North America only) ADVANCED AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 31: Advanced Setup Options For Internet Access

    DHCP. Step 1 Step 2 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Idle Timeout: the number of seconds of inactivity over the connection. When this value is reached, the AcerRouter 700 will disconnect the call. You can set the idle timeout from 0 to 3600 seconds. The default setting is 120 seconds.
  • Page 32 DHCP is enabled. When enabled, the AcerRouter 700 will provide an IP address, network mask, gateway address (the AcerRou ter 700’s private IP address), and DNS addresses to any workstations on the local area network that are configured as a DHCP client. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 33 DHCP clients. Therefore, you need to assign their IP addresses, ne twork mask, default gateway’s IP address, primary and secondary DNS IP addresses manually. Step 3 Click APPLY to confirm the configuration and return to the main configu ration screen. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide 3-13...
  • Page 34: Configuring For Remote Office Access

    (the remote router and the local router). Note that the remote site does not have to have a Acer Netxus router, and may not be configurable by the local administrator. In either case, make sure the configuration of the AcerRouter 700 matches the requirements of the remote site.
  • Page 35: Creating A Profile For Remote Office Access

    The next step is to set up a connection profile for the remote sitee, select Connection Profiles from the menu: Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide If your switch type is Auto-detect (available in North America only), ente r your Directory Phone Number 1 and Directory Phone Number 2.
  • Page 36 My System Name My System Password Incoming Authentication CHAP or PAP Remote System Name Remote System Password APPLY and TEST CANCEL Enter the following information: Profile Name: a name associated with this profile. Internet access:ISP ADVANCED AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 37: Advanced Options For Remote Office Access Profiles

    Step 6 Advanced Options for Remote Office Access AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Call Direction: if the remote site will be dialing in, select Incoming. If the AcerRouter 700 will be dialing out to the remote site, select Outgoing. Select Both if either side can initiate the connection. The default setting is Both.
  • Page 38 Caller ID Number: if you enabled Caller ID Authentication, enter the expe cted Caller ID Number in this field. STAC Compression: allows outgoing data to be compressed to achieve Auto Enable Disable Enable Disable Enable Disable MULTILINK AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 39 Step 2 Step 3 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide higher throughput, and compressed incoming data to be recognized. The ability to use compression depends on the capabilities of the ISP. Idle Timeout: the number of seconds of inactivity over the connection.
  • Page 40 -Optional 2nd Multilink Caller ID Number: if the user wants to authen ticate a second Multilink channel using Caller ID. One ‘B’ channel only Step 5 Click OK to return to the previous screen. Two ‘B’ channels only when needed CANCEL AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 41: Deleting Remote Office Access Profiles

    Deleting Remote Office Access Profiles To delete a Connection Profile: Step 1 Step 2 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Select Connection Profiles from the SMART menu. Configuration - Connection Profiles The following screen appears. Connection Profile Summary Select a Connection Profile...
  • Page 42: Setting Up Dial-in User Accounts

    If your switch type is Auto-detect (available in North America only), ente r your Directory Phone Number 1 and Directory Phone Number 2. If your switch type is NT DMS-100, ATT 5ESS (Multipoint), N1-1, ente r SPID1 and SPID2 (provided by your phone company). ation ADVANCED AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 43: Configuring A Dial-in User Profile

    Step 7 Configuring a Dial-in User Profile Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide For all other switch types, no additional SPID information is required. If your switch type is Permanent 64K or Permanent 128K, no additional information is required.
  • Page 44 AcerRouter 700 will disconnect after authen ticating the dial-in user, and dial the remote user’s call back number to re connect. Internet access:ISP DELETE Internet Access Remote Office Dial-in/Dial-out Single User Dial-in PAP or CHAP ADVANCED AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 45: Advanced Options For Dial-in Profiles

    Note: tWare (IPX) Resource on the SMART Configuration screen. Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide User Name: the name of the remote system’s user name that is dialing in. This field is case sensitive. User Password: the password associated with the user name above. This field is case sensitive.
  • Page 46 Click OK to return to the previous screen. Step 3 If advanced configuration is required for the operation on the ISDN, and its loadsharing capabilities, then click Multilink. Step 4 Alternatively click OK to return to the previous screen. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 47: Deleting Dial-in User Profiles

    Step 5 Step 6 Deleting Dial-in User Profiles To delete a Connection Profile: Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Click APPLY and TEST. Connection Profile Configuration Remote Office Access by ISDN ISDN Link Usage Upper utilization threshold (%) Lower utilization threshold (%)
  • Page 48 The Connection Profile Summary screen appears. Connection Profile Summary Remote Dial-in/out:yabu Select a Connection Profile NEXT DELETE Step 2 Highlight the entry in the list you want to delete, and click DELETE. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 49: Setting The System Time

    For cost, security and efficiency reasons, you may want to adjust the times when the AcerRouter will be allowed to automatically connect to the Internet. A simple setup AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide The System Time menu choice will not be shown if only Basic Internet A...
  • Page 50 Step 4 Click Apply to enable your settings. All (7 days) Day Range From: Time Range (hh: 00-23, mm: 00-59) From: (hh:mm) 08:00 APPLY AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide To :: To :: (hh:mm) 18:00...
  • Page 51: Chapter 4 Configuring The Voice Adapter

    The first extension to pick up the phone will receive that call. Direct Calling The AcerRouter 700 also allows an extension number to be appended to a dialed AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Configuring the Voice Adapter...
  • Page 52: Port Configuration

    Voice port B extension number Voice port C extension number Port Configuration Voice Adapter Ring Phone(s) Voice port A Voice port B Voice port C Ring Phone(s) Voice port A Voice port B Voice port C APPLY AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 53 AcerVoIP and standard ISDN voice calls. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Select SpeedDial Table from the menu: Configuration - SpeedDial Table From the following SpeedDial Summary screen, select either an existing SpeedDial number, or New to add a new SpeedDial number.
  • Page 54 U.K. needs to make a PSTN call to another country, an extra zero has to be added to the “remote phone number” for AcerTouch. Step 4 Click APPLY to complete the configuration or CANCEL to cancel it. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 55: Chapter 5 Managing The Acerrouter

    Trigger messages: Shows the date, time, and channel and details of an event that triggers a connection. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Managing the AcerRouter 700 How to view the connection log How to upgrade my AcerRouter features/software...
  • Page 56: How To Upgrade The Acerrouter 700 Features/software

    There are optional features that you can buy from your Acer Nexus distributor and add to your basic feature set. Available optional features include: the Option Plus package (including remote access and remote office to office communication capabilities), the IPX routing and bridging feature, and the VPN feature.
  • Page 57: How To Save Or Clear Configuration Changes

    Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide supplied by your Acer Nexus distributor, which is an alphanumeric feature key. Click the Upgrade button and follow the onscreen instructions. Click the Upgrade button below the Feature Key and follow the onscreen instructions.
  • Page 58: How To Change My Smart Password

    New Password: the new password for the AcerRouter Confirm Password: the new password for the AcerRouter, entered again for confirmation. Note: If you are changing the password for the first time, the Current Password is “password”. Click Submit. SUBMIT AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 59: How To Customize The Smart Interface

    To view or change general system settings, select System from the menu: Configuration - Advanced Features - System AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Using the supplied Null Modem Cable, connect a console (or a PC running a terminal emulation program such as HyperTerminal) to the AcerRouter Console port.
  • Page 60: System Information

    System Name: a unique name that you assign to this 700. System Contact: the network administrator responsible for maintaining the network. System Location: where the AcerRouter is physically located. Step 2 Click APPLY. 0 months 18 days 10:02:26 AcerRouter 700 James Leigh Sunnyvale office APPLY AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 61: Chapter 6 Advanced Configuration

    Step 1 Note: the SMART software. To return to this screen, select Customize User Interface from the menu. Step 2 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Advanced Configuration Creating Virtual Private Networking Connections Using Packet Filtering Configuring IP Settings Configuring IPX Settings...
  • Page 62: Vpn Tunnel Configuration

    AcerRouterAcerRouter will expect to see from the remote system. If you do not require tunnel authentication, leave this field blank. Click APPLY. Set up a VPN Connection Profile. Select Connection Profiles from the Menu: Configuration - Connection Profiles Both CANCEL AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 63 Select a Configuration Type Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Enter the following information: AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide When you select Connection Profiles, the Connection Profile Summary screen appears only if you have existing Connection Profiles. Connection Profile Summary...
  • Page 64: Advanced Options For Vpn Profiles

    (Optional) Remote IP Netmask Enable IPX IPX RIP/SAP Set as IPX Default Route (Optional) Remote IPX Network Number Enable Bridging Enable Encryption Encryption key Confirm Encryption key CANCEL Step 1 Enter the following information: Enable Disable Disable Enable AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 65: Ip Packet Filtering

    However, for some users, additional security requirements may exist, which can be AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Enable IP: allows IP routing over a connection using this profile. Remote IP Address: the IP address of a destination computer on a network reachable through this connection.
  • Page 66: Adding/editing/deleting A Packet Rule

    IP address/port number over my Internet connection. Adding/Editing/Deleting a Packet Rule To add a new packet rule or to edit an existing one, select IP Filter from the SMART AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 67 Edit Number Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Filtering Configuration manual for more details All IP packets for this profile discarded except for those matching one or more of the following rules. Rule...
  • Page 68: Ip Filter Configuration

    Edit instead, a similar screen will display, with all fields already filled out by you previously. Then you can make changes as necessary. If you highlighted an existing entry and clicked Delete instead, the range CANCEL AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 69: To Configure Advanced Ip Settings

    SMART Customization screen. Unless you have working experience with networking and protocols, we recommend that you do not change any of the default settings. Step 1 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide corresponding entry in the rule table will be removed. TCP/IP Service...
  • Page 70: System Ip Configuration

    192.168.168.230 to 192.168.167.230) either from the Enable Disable Active IP Routing Table Internet Modem Interface (IP address usually assigned by ISP) LAN Interface Private IP address Private workstations on network your private network AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 71: The Ip Routing Table

    Routing Table button at the bottom of the System IP Configuration screen. From this screen, you can also add new routing entries to the table. The following screen shows AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide browser or through a telnet session (which is based on the IP address), the device from which you operate will no longer be able to communicate with your AcerRouter.
  • Page 72: Ip Routing Table

    Adding the Default Route or a Static Route To add/change the default route or add a static route is as follows: Step 1 Click the ADD button in the IP Routing Table screen to display the AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 73: To Configure Ipx Settings

    Step 1 Configuration - Advanced Features - IPX: Ethernet Frame Type IPX Network Number IPX RIP/SAP Step 2 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide following screen: IP Routing Table Add Default Route Add Static Route Remote IP Address Remote IP netmask:...
  • Page 74: To Enable Bridging Learning

    Step 3 Using the Command Line Interface If you prefer, you can configure the AcerRouter 700 Series using a command line interface (CLI). Some of the AcerRouter 700’s features, such as IPX routing table and Packet Filtering, are only configurable through the CLI.
  • Page 75: Connecting To The Cli Through The Console Port

    Please enter your password: Enter the current password (which is the same as the browser password) and the command prompt displays. Command> For more information about the CLI, see the CLI User’s Guide located on your Acer Netxus CD-ROM. 6-15...
  • Page 76 6-16 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 77: Chapter 7 Messages

    "Clear system configuration and restart, please wait..." This message is displayed when router is in the process of clearing all system configuration and then resetting. "Connection successful" A successful connection has been established. AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide Messages...
  • Page 78 The firmware file entered is either missing or invalid. "Fail to disconnect. Link is unconfigured" An attempt was mad to "Disconnect" an unconfigured interface. "Link is Disconnected" This message is displayed after disconnecting modem link operation is completed. "Link is already disconnected" AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 79 This message is displayed when an attempt is made to disconnect an inactive modem port. "Interface is not available" An invalid interface type was specified during an IP filter configuration. "Invalid Filter IP Address" This message is displayed when an IP address with a syntax error is entered. An IP address should be a set of four three-digit numbers.
  • Page 80 The message is displayed when the router is in the process of resetting. You can logon to the router after about 30 seconds. "Save configuration succeeded" The AcerRouter configuration was saved to flash memory successfully. "Search entry exists" The IP route being added already exists. "Search fail" AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 81 An internal error has occurred. "Sorry, the router is already being managed by "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx". Concurrent management is not allowed!" Another SMART session is active on the PC with the specified address. The system only allows one HTTP management session at any given time. Parameters Accepted/ Applied parameter accepted All parameters on the page were acceptable for use by the router.
  • Page 82 "Voice port A extension number unspecified" An extension number for voice port A is required. It can be any number up to eight- digit decimal numbers. The number cannot be the same as any other voice port or AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 83: Connection Log Messages

    SpeedDial extension. Connection Log Messages These messages inform you of the time and date associated with an ISDN connect or disconnect event. mm-dd-yy hh:mm:ss n Connected/Disconnected Embedded HTTP Server Messages These are messages which the HTTP Browser will generate should problems occur during configuration.
  • Page 84 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...
  • Page 85 Appendix A Hardware Configuration Bridging: IP/IPX: Point-to-Point Protocols: Multimedia: Security: Others: AcerRouter 700 User Guide AcerRouter 700 Specifications 4 RJ-45 10Base-T IEEE 802.3 Ethernet repeater hub ports 1 RJ-45 ISDN (U or S/T) BRI interface 3 telephone adapter ports 1 DB-9 RS-232 asynchronous auxiliary port LEDs to show the status of power, Ethernet, ISDN B channels, and telephone adapter ports Transparent bridging...
  • Page 86 directly 2.Intercom between extensions 3.Voice sub-addressing at the S/T interface Operating Environment Temperature: 32-104° F. (0-40° C.) Altitude: 0-14,500 ft. (0-4,400 m.) Relative Humidity: 0-90% Electrical Specifications External power supply Power Consumption: 15 Watts Weight 2 lbs. (0.9 Kg.) Dimensions Height: 1.5 in.
  • Page 87: Appendix B Glossary

    BRouters Appendix B This section provides some common networking terms you may find in this user guide. ARP Table Address Resolution Protocol table, a cache table that contains MAC address to IP address mapping information. To send an IP packet to another device on the same LAN, the source device has to acquire the MAC address of the destination device first.
  • Page 88 Compression The mechanism to reduce the amount of data traffic sent over the WAN by processing each packet and reduce its size before it is sent out to the WAN, and to restore its original content and size when a compressed packet is received from over the WAN. This is so as to save network bandwidth which is relatively scarce and expensive.
  • Page 89 IPX Address The network layer address for the IPX protocol, which contains a 4-byte network number (unique for each LAN segment and frame type combination), the 6-byte MAC address of the device, and the 2-byte socket number that maps to the particular application in the device.
  • Page 90: Routing Protocol

    private/public network Please see Single IP Address Router An intelligent, multi-network interface device that will forward a packet received from one interface to another. When a packet is received, its destination network address is checked against the routing table, based on which it determines which next- hop router to forward the packet to.
  • Page 91: Warranty

    Warranty. While Acer Netxus Networking has made every effort to provide clear and accurate technical information about the application of the Product, Acer Netxus Networking assumes no liability for any event arising out of the use of this technical information.
  • Page 92: Licenses And Trademarks

    Product to proper operating condition without charge to the customer. If, in the opinion of Acer Netxus Networking, it is impractical for any reason to repair or replace the Product, Acer Netxus Networking may at its option refund or pay an amount equal to the lesser of (1) the purchase price paid for the product or (2) the then effective Acer Netxus Networking estimated purchase price for the Product.
  • Page 93: Fcc Part 15 Notice

    The authority to operate this equipment is conditioned by the requirement that no modifications will be made to the equipment unless the changes or modifications are expressly approved by Acer Netxus Networking, Inc. 1988, 1989, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All 1996 The University of Southern California.
  • Page 94 AcerRouter 700 Series User Guide...

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