11N Wireless Broadband Router


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    11N Wireless Broadband Router...

  • Page 2: Copyright Statement

    Copyright of the whole product as integration, including its accessories and software, belongs to Shenzhen Tenda Technology Co., Ltd. Without the permission of Shenzhen Tenda Technology Co., Ltd, any individual or party is not allowed to copy, plagiarize, imitate or translate it into other languages.

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    12.5 U PGRADE IRMWARE 12.6 R EBOOT THE 12.7 P ASSWORD 12.8 S ... 64 YSLOG 12.9 L ... 65 OGOUT APPENDIX 1 GLOSSARY... 66 APPENDIX 2 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ... 68 11N Wireless Broadband Router ... 62 ... 62 OUTER ...

  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Introduction

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Chapter 1 Introduction Thank you for purchasing Tenda W311R/W311R+ 11N Wireless Broadband Router! W311R/W311R+ utilizes latest IEEE802.11n standard with its wireless transmitting distance up to 6 times and transmitting rate 3 times than wireless G-products. It complies perfectly backwards with 802.11b/g standards and includes Router, Wireless AP,...

  • Page 7: P Roduct F Eatures

    Product Features Includes router, wireless access point, four-port switch and firewall in one “Setup Wizard” enables you to connect Internet without entering administration interface Complies with the latest IEEE802.11n standard and IEEE802.11 b/g standards Increases 6 times coverage distance than 802.11g standard and reduces the dead spots in the coverage area Supports transmitting rate 3 times than...

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router Supports remote Web management and simple Web upgrading method Supports wireless Roaming technology for high-efficient wireless connections Supports SSID stealth mode and access control based over MAC address (up to 30 entries) Supports Auto MDI/MDIX Provides syslog to record the status of the router Supports auto negotiation/manual mode for 802.11b/802.11g...

  • Page 9: P Ackage C Ontents, Escription

    One CD-ROM One External Antenna(only for W311R+) If any of listed items are missing or damaged, please contact the Tenda reseller from whom you purchased for replacement immediately. 1.3 LED Indicator and Port Description Front Panel and LED Indicator Show...

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router When turns green, blinking indicates the system runs well. When blinking, it indicates the device is negotiating with client in WPS mode. WLAN Wireless signal LED indicator. When turns green, blinking indicates the wireless function is enabled. LAN (4,3,2,1) Wired local network LED indicator.

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    Back Panel Show: Rear Panel :( From L to R) POWER The jack is for power adapter connection. Please use the included 9V DC power adapter. A 100Mbps Ethernet port can be connected with MODEM, Switch, Router and other Ethernet device for Internet connecting to DSL MODEM, Cable MODEM and ISP.

  • Page 12: H Ardware I Nstallation

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Chapter 2 Product Installation 2.1 Hardware Installation After you unpack the box, please follow the steps below to connect. For better wireless performance, please put the device in the middle of wireless coverage area. 1. Please use the included power adapter to power on the Router.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router 3. Please connect your broadband line provided by your ISP to the WAN port. 4. Insert the included CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, double click the “Setup” icon and follow the instructions to complete the installation. Or you can enter the Router’s Web page to configure it.

  • Page 14: Network Application Plan

    11N Wireless Broadband Router 2.2 Network Application Plan Usually wireless LAN Network is deployed in a planned environment where each access point is located in a steady place with certain wireless coverage area for communication service. Generally speaking, it is in the center of the area to reduce “dead spot”.

  • Page 15: Chapter 3 How To Login To The Router, Onfigurations

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Chapter 3 How to Login to the Router The chapter mainly presents how to enter the Router’s Web page. After you have finished the hardware installation, the following steps will assist you to set the network configurations for you computer. 3.1 How to Set the Network Configurations 1.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router 2. Right click “Local Area Network Connection” and select “Properties”. Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and click “Properties”.

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    4. Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically”. Click “OK” to save the configurations. Or select “Use the following IP address” and enter the IP address, Subnet mask, Default gateway as follows: IP Address: 192.168.0.XXX: (XXX is a number from 2~254) Subnet Mask: Gateway:

  • Page 18: Login To The Router

    3.2 Login to the Router 1. To access the Router’s Web-based interface, launch a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Firefox and enter Router’s Press “Enter”. 11N Wireless Broadband Router default address,...

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router 2. Input the “admin” in both User Name and Password. Click “OK”. 3. If you enter the correct user name and password, the screen will be the next one.

  • Page 20: Chapter 4 Quick Setup Guide

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Chapter 4 Quick Setup Guide This chapter deals with how to access the Internet quickly. Please follow this guide to connect your Router to the Internet. 4.1 Setup Wizard Here is the “Welcome to Setup Wizard” for configuring your Router quickly.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router ADSL Virtual Dial-up (Via PPPoE) Enter the Account and Password provided by your ISP, and click “Next”. For example: Dynamic IP (Via DHCP) If your connection mode is Dynamic IP, it means your IP address keeps changing every time you connect. You do not need to enter the information like other modes.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router Static IP In this screen, fill the network address information from your ISP in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and Primary DNS server fields and click “Next”. For example: ISP provides the following TCP/IP parameters as follows: IP Address: Subnet Mask:

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router Click “Save” to complete the setup wizard. The Router will record the settings you made. To activate the settings, it is recommended to select “Reboot the Router” from “System Tool” of the left menu. It is rebooting now, please wait for a few minutes and DO NOT power off it.

  • Page 24: Chapter 5 Advanced Settings, Lan S Ettings

    Chapter 5 Advanced Settings 5.1 LAN Settings LAN Settings are for the basic TCP/IP parameters of LAN ports. MAC Address: The Router’s physical MAC address seen unchangeable. IP Address: The Router’s LAN IP addresses (not your PC’s IP address). is the default value.

  • Page 25: Wan S Ettings

    5.2 WAN Settings After you have selected the ISP connection type in “Setup Wizard” and you want to modify the related settings, here you can modify and configure the settings in details. Virtual Dial-up (PPPoE) Connection Mode: Show your current connection mode.

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    The default value is 1492. Do NOT modify it unless necessary. But if when some specific website or web application software can not be open or enabled, have a try to change the MTU value as 1450, 1400, etc. Service Name: It is defined as a set of characteristics connection.

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    Static IP If your connection mode, static IP is chosen, you can modify the following addressing information. IP Address: Here enter the WAN IP address provided by your ISP. Subnet Mask: here. Gateway: Enter the WAN Gateway here. Primary DNS Server: Enter the Primary DNS server provided by your ISP.

  • Page 28: Mac Addres Clone

    5.3 MAC Address Clone This page is for the Router’s MAC address to WAN. Some ISPs require end-user's MAC address to access their network. This feature copies the MAC address of your network device to the Router. MAC Address: The MAC address to be registered with your Internet service provider.

  • Page 29: Dns S Ettings

    5.4 DNS Settings DNS is short for Domain Name System (or Service), an Internet service that translate domain names into IP addresses which are provided by your Internet Service Provider. Please consult your Internet Service Provider for details if you do not have them. DNS: Click the checkbox to enable the DNS server.

  • Page 30: Chapter 6 Wireless Settings, B Asic S Ettings

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Chapter 6 Wireless Settings 6.1 Basic Settings Enable Wireless: Check to enable the Router’s wireless features; uncheck to disable it. You can also press the WLAN/WPS button to turn on/off the wireless function. Network Mode: Select one mode from the following.

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    with the device in 11b mode at the maximum speed of 11Mbps. 11g mode: Allow the 11g/11n-compliant client device to connect with the AP at the maximum speed of 54Mbps. 11b/g mode: Allow the 11b/g-compliant client device to connect with the AP with auto-negotiation speed, and 11n wireless client to connect the device with 11g speed.

  • Page 32: Wireless Security Settings

    Channel Bandwidth:Select bandwidth to improve the wireless performance. When the network has 11b/g and 11n clients, you can select the 40M; when it is an 11n network, select 20/40M to improve its throughput. 6.2 Wireless Security Settings It is used to configure the AP network’s security setting. Here presents the common six (ten in all) encryption methods, including...

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router Select SSID:Select the SSID (main SSID or minor SSID) to configure security setting from the drop-down menu. Security Mode:From the drop-down menu select the corresponding security encryption modes. WEP Key1~4:Set the WEP key with the format of ASCII and Hex.

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    6.2.2 WPA-Personal WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access), a Wi-Fi standard, is a more recent wireless encryption scheme, designed to improve the security features of WEP. It applies more powerful encryption types (such as TKIP [Temporal Key Integrity Protocol] or AES [Advanced Encryption Standard]) and can change the keys dynamically on every authorized wireless device.

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    6.2.3 WPA2- Personal WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access version 2) provides higher security than WEP (Wireless Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access). WPA Algorithms:Provides TKIP [Temporal Key Integrity Protocol] or AES [Advanced Encryption Standard]. The default is TKIP mode. Pass Phrase:Enter the encrypted characters with 8-63 ASCII characters.

  • Page 36: Advanced Settings

    6.3 Advanced Settings This section is to configure the advanced wireless setting of the Router, including the Radio Preamble, 802.11g/n Rate, Fragmentation Threshold, RTS Threshold, etc. BG protection Mode: Auto by default. It is for 11b/g wireless client to connect 11n wireless network smoothly in a complicated wireless area.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router threshold defines the maximum transmission packet size in bytes. The packet will be fragmented if the arrival is bigger than the threshold setting. The default size is 2346 bytes. It is recommended not to modify this value. RTS Threshold: RTS stands for “Request to Send”.

  • Page 38: Wps S Ettings

    6.4 WPS Settings WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setting) can be easy and quick to establish the connection between the wireless network clients and the device through encrypted contents. The users only enter PIN code or press WLAN/WPA button on the panel to configure it without selecting encryption method and secret keys by manual.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router one second (Press the button for about one second and WPS indicator will be blinking for 2 minutes, which means the WPS is enabled. During the blinking time, you can enable another device to implement the WPS/PBC negotiation between them.

  • Page 40: Wds S Ettings

    WPS Encrypt Type: The encryption type used by WPS, generally AES/TKIP. WPS key: The effective key generated by AP automatically. AP PIN(KEY): The PIN code used by default. Reset OOB: When this button is pressed, the WPS client will be idle state, and WPS indicator will be turned off.

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    Pass phrase: Enter the encrypted key for wireless devices. AP MAC: Input the MAC address of another (opposing) wireless router you want to connect. NOTE: It is recommended that two wireless routers keep the same bandwidth, channel number, and security settings.

  • Page 42: Wireless Access Control

    6.6 Wireless Access Control To secure your wireless LAN, the wireless access control is actually based on the MAC address management to allow or block the specific clients to access the wireless network. Select “Wireless Setting->Access Control” to display the following screen: MAC Address Filter: Enable/disable MAC address filter.

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    6.7 Connection Status This page shows wireless client’s connection status, including MAC address, Channel bandwidth, etc. Select “Wireless Setting->connection status” to enter the following screen: MAC Address: Shows current MAC addresses of the hosts connecting to the Router. Bandwidth: Shows current bandwidth of the hosts (wireless client).

  • Page 44: Chapter 7 Dhcp Server, Dhcp Settings

    Chapter 7 DHCP Server 7.1 DHCP Settings DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol) is to assign an IP address to the computers on the LAN/private network. When you enable the DHCP Server, the DHCP Server will allocate automatically an unused IP address from the IP address pool to the requesting computer in premise of activating “Obtain an IP Address Automatically”.

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    7.2 DHCP List and Binding The Static IP assignment is to add a specifically static IP address to the assigned MAC address. You can view the related information in the DHCP server list. IP Address: Enter the IP address which needs to be bound.

  • Page 46: Chapter 8 Virtual Server

    Chapter 8 Virtual Server 8.1 Port Range Forwarding This section deals with the port range forwarding mainly. The Port Range Forwarding allows you to set up a range of public services such as web servers, ftp, e-mail and other specialized Internet applications to an assigned IP address on your LAN.

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    IP Address: Enter the IP address of the PC where you want to set the applications. Protocol: Select the protocol (TCP/UDP/Both) for the application. Delete/Enable: Click to check it for corresponding operation. Well-Known Service Port: Select the well-known services as DNS, FTP from the drop-down menu to add to the configured one above.

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    8.2 DMZ Settings The DMZ function is to allow one computer in LAN to be exposed to the Internet for a special-purpose service as Internet gaming or videoconferencing. DMZ Host IP Address: The IP address of the computer you want to expose. Enable: Click the checkbox to enable the DMZ host.

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    software that supports UPnP. With the UPnP function, host in LAN can request the router to process some special port switching so as to enable host outside to visit the resources in the internal host. Enable UPnP: Click the checkbox to enable the UPnP.

  • Page 50: Chapter 9 Traffic Control

    Chapter 9 Traffic Control 9.1 Traffic Control Traffic control is used to limit communication speed in the LAN and WAN. Up to 20 entries can be supported with the capability for at most 254 PCs' speed control, including for IP address range configuration. Enable Traffic Control: To enable or disable the internal IP bandwidth control.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router as HTTP service. IP Starting Address: The first IP address for traffic control. IP Ending Address: The last IP address for traffic control. Uploading/Downloading: To specify the traffic heading way for the selected IP addresses: uploading or downloading. Bandwidth: To specify the uploading/downloading Min.

  • Page 52: Chapter 10 Security Settings

    Chapter 10 Security Settings 10.1 Client Filter Settings To benefit your further management to the computers in the LAN, you can control some ports access to Internet by data packet filter function. Client Filter: Check to enable client filter. Access Policy: Select one number from the drop-down menu.

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    Filter Mode: Click one radio button to enable or disable to access the Internet. Policy Name: Enter a name for the access policy selected. IP Start/End: Enter the starting/ending IP address. Port No: Enter the port range based over the protocol for access policy.

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    10.2 URL Filter Settings In order to control the computer to have access to websites, you can use URL filtering to allow the computer to have access to certain websites at fixed time and forbids it having access to certain websites at fixed time.

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    disable to access the Internet. Policy Name: Enter a name for the access policy selected. Start/End IP: Enter the starting/ending IP address. URL Strings: Specify the text strings or keywords needed to be filtered. If any part contains these strings or words, the web page will not be accessible and displayed.

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    10.3 MAC Address Filter In order to manage the computers in LAN better, you could control the computer’s access to Internet by MAC Address Filter. MAC Address Filter: Check to enable MAC address filter. Access Policy: Select one number from the drop-down menu.

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    MAC Address: Enter the MAC address you want to run the access policy. Times: Select the time range of client filter. Date: Select the day(s) to run the access policy. Apply: Click to make the settings go into effect. For example: If you want to configure the host with MAC address 00:C0:9F:AD:FF:C5 not to access the Internet at 8:00-18:00, you need to set it as above.

  • Page 58: Remote Web Management

    10.5 Remote Web Management This section is to allow the network administrator to manage the Router remotely. If you want to access the Router from outside the local network, please select the “Enable”. Enable: Check management. Port: The management port open to outside access.

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    2. If your WAN IP address starts and ends with, it means all hosts in WAN can implement remote Web management. If you change the WAN IP address as, then only the IP addresses as, and can access the Router.

  • Page 60: Chapter 11 Routing Settings

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Chapter 11 Routing Settings 11.1 Routing Table The main duty for a router is to look for a best path for every data frame, and transfer this data frame to a destination. So, it’s essential for the router to choose the best path, i.e.

  • Page 61: Chapter 12 System Tools, Time Settings

    Chapter 12 System Tools 12.1 Time Settings This section is to select the time zone for your location. If you turn off the Router, the settings for time disappear. However, the Router will automatically obtain the GMT time again once it has access to the Internet. Time Zone: Select your time zone from the drop-down menu.

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    12.2 DDNS DDNS (Dynamic supported in this Router. It is to assign a fixed host and domain name to a dynamic Internet IP address, which is used to monitor hosting website, FTP server and so on behind the Router. If you want to activate this function, please select “Enable”...

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    3322.org as follows: User name Password Domain Name After mapping the port in the virtual server, setting account information in DDNS server and in the address field entering http://tenda.3322.org, you can access the Web page. 11N Wireless Broadband Router tenda 123456 tenda.vicp.net...

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    12.3 Backup/Restore Settings The device provides backup/restore settings, so you need set a directory to keep these parameters. Backup Setting: Click “Backup” button to back up the Router’s settings and select the path for save. Click “Save” to save the configuration files. 11N Wireless Broadband Router...

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router Restore Setting: Click “Browse” button to select the backup files. Click “Restore” button to restore previous settings.

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    12.4 Restore to Factory Default Setting This button is to reset all settings to the default values. It means the Router will lose all the settings you have set. So please Note down the related settings if necessary. Restore: Click this button to restore to default settings.

  • Page 67: Upgrade Firmware

    12.5 Upgrade Firmware The Router provides the firmware upgrade by clicking the “Upgrade” after browsing the firmware upgrade packet which you can download from www.tenda.cn. Browse: click this button to select the upgrade file. Upgrade: click this button to start the upgrading process.

  • Page 68: Password Change

    device. 12.7 Password Change This section is to set a new user name and password to better secure your router and network. User Name: Enter a new user name for the device. Old Password: Enter the old password. New Password: Enter a new password. Re-enter to Confirm: Re-enter to confirm the new password.

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    12.8 Syslog The section is to view the system log. Click the “Refresh” to update the log. Click “Clear” to clear all shown information. If the log is over 150 records, it will clear them automatically. Refresh: Click this button to update the log. Clear: Click this button to clear the current shown log.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router 12.9 Logout After you have finished the settings completely, in logout page click “Yes” to logout the web management page.

  • Page 71: Appendix 1 Glossary

    11N Wireless Broadband Router Appendix 1 Glossary Channel: An instance of medium use for the purpose of passing protocol data units (PDUs) that used simultaneously, in the same volume of space, with other instances of medium use(on other channels) by other instances of the same physical layer (PHY),with an acceptably low frame error ratio(FER) due to mutual interference.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router private. Conversely, same. WEP uses a common KEY to encode the data. Therefore, all devices on a wireless network must use the same key and same type of encryption. There are 2 methods for entering the KEY; one is to enter a 16-bit HEX digit.

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    E-mail to support@tenda.cn, and we will reply you in the first time. 1. Can not login to the Web interface of the Router after you enter the IP address in the address field? Step 1: check the Router if it works well.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router then repeat the ping operation. If it still does not work, please contact us. 2.Forget the login password and can not enter the setting page. What can I do? Press the “RESET” button for 7 seconds to restore the Router to default settings.

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    11N Wireless Broadband Router 5.How can I configure and access the Internet via Dynamic IP? In Setup Wizard of the Web utility interface, select “Dynamic IP” connection type and click “Save” to activate it. As some ISPs bind the user computer’s MAC address, you need to clone the Router’s WAN MAC address to the bind21ing PC’s MAC address.

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    Step 5: Input the internal server’s IP address. If your Web server’s IP address is, please input Step 6: select the communication protocol used by your internal host: TCP, UDP, ICMP. Step 7: click “Apply” to activate the settings. following table application and service port:...

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