The Ip Routing Table - Acer 700 Series User Manual

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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. To reconnect, you need to restart your device. This
is so that your device will re-acquire the IP address from the AcerRouter
based on the new private IP address, and then your device can again
communicate with your AcerRouter 700. For the same reason, all devices
on the LAN need to be restarted before they can access the Internet again.
Private IP Netmask: the network mask for your private network. Its
value is, and cannot be changed.
When a AcerRouter 700 connects to the ISP, it will automatically be
assigned the IP address for a primary Domain Name Server (DNS), as
well as the IP address for a secondary DNS. Alternatively, the user can
decide that they want to assign their own DNS IP addresses.
Primary DNS IP Address: the IP address of the primary Domain Name
Server (DNS). If properly configured, when a device reboots and acquires
the IP address from the AcerRouter 700, the IP addresses of both the
primary and the secondary DNS server will be provided to requesting
client workstations.
Secondary DNS IP Address: the IP address of the secondary domain
name server.
DHCP: this enables or disables the AcerRouter 700's Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol (DHCP) feature. If you want the AcerRouter 700
to act as a DHCP server and assigns private IP addresses to any requesting
DHCP client, make sure DHCP is enabled. When enabled, the AcerRouter
700 will provide an IP address, network mask, gateway address (the
AcerRouter 700 's private IP address), and DNS addresses to any
workstations on the local area network that are configured as a DHCP
Devices on your network that are configured with public IP addresses are
not DHCP clients. Therefore, you need to assign their IP addresses,
network mask, default gateway's IP address, primary and secondary DNS
IP addresses manually.
IP RIP: sets IP RIP to Disable, Active or Passive. The can both receive
routing table broadcasts and transmit routing table information. When
disabled, no routing information is transmitted or processed if received.
When Active, the AcerRouter 700 broadcasts its address every 30 seconds
and also listens for routing information on the network. When Passive, the
AcerRouter 700 does not broadcast its routing information, but simply
listens for routing information from the network and updates its routing
Step 3
Press APPLY to save the changes to the AcerRouter 700, or press IP
Routing Table to display or modify the IP Routing Table

The IP Routing Table

The IP routing table contains all the information that the AcerRouter 700 needs to
route an IP data packet. You can view the IP routing table by clicking on the IP
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


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