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DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual
DSA-3200
Wireless G Public/Private
Gateway
User Manual
(2/8/2005)
© 2005 D-Link Systems Co., Ltd.

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual DSA-3200 Wireless G Public/Private Gateway User Manual (2/8/2005) © 2005 D-Link Systems Co., Ltd.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Preface... 4 Brief Introduction to the DSA-3200 ...4 Things to Consider ...5 1.2.1 Audience ...5 1.2.2 Document Convention ...5 Product Description ... 6 Package Contents...6 System Requirements...6 Panel Function Descriptions ...7 Managing the D-Link DSA-3200... 9 Getting Started ...9...

  • Page 3

    Console Utilities for Network Debugging ...85 Change admin password of Console ...87 Reload factory default of Console interface ...87 Restart DSA-3200 ...87 Appendix - Windows TCP/IP Setup ... 88 Setting up a PC to connect to the DSA-3200...88 6.1.1 TCP/IP Network Setup...88...

  • Page 4

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 6.1.2 Internet Connection Setup ...89 Configure TCP/IP in Windows 2000...96 Configure TCP/IP in Windows XP...100 Warranty ... 104 Technical Support... 111 Registration... 112...

  • Page 5: Preface

    Friendly Management and Application Interfaces The DSA-3200 is not only easy to install, but also has a friendly management web interface. The full web-based management interface allows one to operate and maintain the system using a Java enabled web browser.

  • Page 6: Things To Consider

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual permissions on the Network. One of the more prevalent Protocols used to authenticate users is the RADIUS Protocol. With a built-in RADIUS Client the DSA-3200 can support both Local and RADIUS authentication mechanisms simultaneously, allowing one to easily incorporate an existing user password database into the Airspot™...

  • Page 7: Product Description

    Wall-mount Kit • Rubber Feet (4) Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage rating than the one included with the DSA-3200 will cause irreparable electrical damage and void the warranty for this product 2.2 System Requirements • Computer running Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS, or a UNIX based OS •...

  • Page 8: Panel Function Descriptions

    Power LED: Will illuminate when the Power Supply is connected to the DSA-3200 and an appropriate AC power outlet (110VAC). If the LED does not illuminate when the device is plugged in, try a known good power outlet. If the LED still does not light with a known good outlet, please contact Technical Support for assistance.

  • Page 9

    Web-based UI. Configure Terminal Emulation software (Hyperterminal) as follows: 9600, 8, N, 1, No flow control. WAN Port: Connects to a network not managed by the DSA-3200 via an Ethernet port on most Cable or xDSL modems, or a Switch or Hub in an existing Ethernet Network.

  • Page 10: Managing The D-link Dsa-3200

    This guide will provide information and instruction for administrators of the DSA-3200 Wireless G Public/Private Gateway. This manual corresponds with the version of firmware shipped with the DSA-3200 (v 1.00). From time to time D-Link may release new firmware to add new features or improve on existing ones. These firmware upgrades can be found on the Technical Support Website http://support.dlink.com/.

  • Page 11: Begin Installation

    DSA-3200 will grant limited access based on the group membership of the user and redirect the web-browser to the administrator defined URL. The DSA-3200 can be configured to terminate user access if a user requests to log out or remains idle longer than the configured idle time. Limits can be placed on user session length as well as maximum bandwidth available to specific user groups.

  • Page 12

    Authentication mechanisms, access privileges, and system management will need to be made for a fully operational Hot Spot. Once the Setup Wizard is complete, the DSA-3200 will restart. Depending on what configurations were made, it may be necessary to login to the Web-UI again. From a PC connected to the Private LAN interface, open a Web-browser and enter https://192.168.0.40...

  • Page 13: Web Management Interface

    4 Web Management Interface This section gives a complete description of the Web Management Interface of the DSA-3200 on a page-by-page basis. The following table shows all configuration pages where each column represents each of the Navigation Tabs and the configuration pages available in each section.

  • Page 14: Home

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.1 Home The Home Tab consists of System and Network Specific configurations. All Interface information such as IP configuration, DHCP Server configuration, and per port Authentication features can be accessed through the Home Tab. The Home section provides the following interface configuration pages to further set up your Airspot system: Wizard, System, WAN, Public Network, Wireless, and Private Network.

  • Page 15: Wizard

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.1.1 Wizard The Wizard will guide through the Interface setup of the DSA-3200. All that is needed is to follow the procedures and instructions as presented by the Wizard, step by step, filling in all required values. Upon completion, restart the DSA-3200 to activate any new settings.

  • Page 16: System

    Any changes on this page will also require an entry for System Name as well as Succeed Page before they can be applied. System Name: The Host Name of the DSA-3200, the default value is “DSA-3200.” This field will be used to identify the device through SNMP.

  • Page 17

    IP address, a single IP Network, or any IP (0.0.0.0/32). SNMP: The DSA-3200 supports SNMP v2 read-only data access. A Trap Host IP address and an SNMP community name must be specified for the DSA-3200 to be successfully managed through SNMP.

  • Page 18: Wan Configuration

    Set Device Date and Time: Manually configure the DSA-3200 system time. 4.1.3 WAN Configuration The DSA-3200 supports 3 WAN types: Static IP Address, Dynamic IP Address, and PPPoE. Static IP Address: Manually specify the IP address of the WAN Port. This information will come from your ISP.

  • Page 19

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Dynamic IP Address: Use this configuration in situations in which a dynamic IP address is provided by the ISP (most Cable Internet connections are dynamic). Renew: Click to refresh the IP address setting, in order to obtain a different IP address.

  • Page 20: Public Lan Configuration

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.1.4 Public LAN Configuration The DSA-3200 provides a public access network that is tied to the Public LAN ports on the rear of the device. The Public LAN can be configured to authenticate users as well as serve DHCP to DHCP enabled clients.

  • Page 21

    Related Setup for DHCP Server of Public LAN: The DHCP Server is optional and may be disabled or enabled at any time. Disable DHCP Server: The DSA-3200 will not dynamically configure DHCP clients on the Public LAN. Enable DHCP Server: The DSA-3200 will dynamically configure DHCP clients on the Public LAN.

  • Page 22

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual As an option, the DSA-3200 provides a Reserved IP Address List for DHCP clients. This allows the reservation of specified DHCP Scope IP addresses for specified MAC addresses. Click the Reserved IP Address List hyperlink to configure.

  • Page 23: Public Wlan Configuration

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.1.5 Public WLAN Configuration The internal 802.11g Access Point serves as a secondary Public Access network. The configurations for the Wireless interface will consist of IP and DHCP selections as well as SSID, Channel, Transmission Mode, SSID Broadcast, and Layer 2 Client...

  • Page 24

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual SSID: The SSID is the unique name shared among all devices in a wireless network. The SSID must be the same for all devices in the wireless network. It is case sensitive and must not exceed 32 characters (any keyboard character is allowed).

  • Page 25

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual WEP Key: Choose to enable or disable WEP on the internal AP. If enabled, any user attempting to communicate on the wireless network must have the corresponding WEP key configured on their WLAN adapter.

  • Page 26

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Authentication Type: The default value of Auto allows the AP to auto-detect for Shared Key or Open System Authentication types. Shared Key requires both the AP and Client to share a common WEP key (usually Key 1) before the Client can join the Network.

  • Page 27

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual RTS Threshold: This value should remain at its default setting of 2346.Should you encounter inconsistent data flow, only minor reductions are recommended. Fragmentation Threshold: This value specifies the maximum size for a packet before data is fragmented into multiple packets. It should remain at its default setting of 2346.

  • Page 28

    Related Setup for DHCP Server of Public Wireless LAN: The DHCP Server is optional and may be disabled or enabled at any time. Disable DHCP Server: The DSA-3200 will not dynamically configure DHCP clients on the Public Wireless LAN. Enable DHCP Server: The DSA-3200 will dynamically configure DHCP clients on the Public Wireless LAN.

  • Page 29

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual As an option, the DSA-3200 provides a Reserved IP Address List for DHCP clients. This allows the reservation of specified DHCP Scope IP addresses for specified MAC addresses. Click the Reserved IP Address List hyperlink to configure.

  • Page 30: Private Lan Configuration

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.1.6 Private LAN Configuration The DSA-3200 provides a private trusted network that is tied to the Private LAN ports on the rear of the device. The Private LAN does not require user authentication prior to access. The Private LAN may be configured to serve DHCP to DHCP enabled clients.

  • Page 31

    Related Setup for DHCP Server of Private LAN: The DHCP Server is optional and may be disabled or enabled at any time. Disable DHCP Server: The DSA-3200 will not dynamically configure DHCP clients on the Public Wireless LAN. Enable DHCP Server: The DSA-3200 will dynamically configure DHCP clients on the Private LAN.

  • Page 32

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual As an option, the DSA-3200 provides a Reserved IP Address List for DHCP clients. This allows the reservation of specified DHCP Scope IP addresses for specified MAC addresses. Click the Reserved IP Address List hyperlink to configure.

  • Page 33: Advanced Menu

    4.2.1 Authentication Policies The DSA-3200 provides a familiar D-Link interface designed to enable easy and quick setup to get your Wi-Fi Hot Spot up and operational. The DSA-3200 provides 2 simultaneous user authentication policies to allow Hot Spot users to be authenticated through the Internal User Database or through an External RADIUS server at the same time.

  • Page 34

    Policies Configuration: Authentication Policy parameter configuration. Select Policy: The DSA-3200 provides 2 separate Authentication policies for flexibility. Select the Authentication policy to be configured from the pull-down menu. Set as Default: Check the Checkbox to assign the default Authentication policy accordingly.

  • Page 35

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Policy Name: Friendly name for the Authentication policy will also be used during user login as a username postfix to differentiate the authentication method used to authenticate the user. Policy Status: The Administrator has the option of disabling or enabling each authentication policy independently, allowing a single policy to serve all public access networks.

  • Page 36

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Two Authentication Mechanisms: 1. Local The user’s account information is stored in DSA-3200. If you need to manage any user accounts, click the Local Users List hyperlink on the Authentication Server interface to enter the Account Management Interface.

  • Page 37

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Add User: Click “Add Users” on the User List to enter the Add User interface, and key in the appropriate information such as username, password (required), MAC, and Remark (not required). Click on the “Apply” button to complete the addition.

  • Page 38

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Edit Account: Click the desired username that you want to modify from the User List to enter the User Account Interface, and then key in your desired information such as username and password (compulsory), MAC, and Remark (optional). Then, click “Apply”...

  • Page 39

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Download User: Click “Download User” in the User List to enter the Download User Accounts interface, and the system will directly list all created user accounts, and show a hyperlink for the download at the bottom of the screen. Move the cursor of the mouse to such hyperlink and press the right button of the mouse to save as new file.

  • Page 40

    Configure both the Primary and Secondary server information as necessary to ensure all RADIUS authentication requests are properly handled. 802.1X Authentication: Select to enable 802.1x as needed. The Switch or AP connected to the DSA-3200 must also support 802.1x protocol for this feature to work properly.

  • Page 41

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Trans Full Name: Select whether or not the DSA-3200 will transfer the entire username or a partial username to the RADIUS server for authentication. Enable: ID and postfix will transfer to RADIUS server for authentication.

  • Page 42

    Authentication server. Secret Key (Authentication Server): This shared secret should be configured on both the Authentication server and Authenticator client (DSA-3200). The shared secret assures only the Authentication server and client can decipher each message. Accounting Service: Click to enable the accounting service.

  • Page 43

    Accounting server. Secret Key (Accounting Server): This shared secret should be configured on both the Accounting server and Accounting client (DSA-3200). Assign to Group: Users that are authenticated through 802.1x will be assigned the permissions of the selected group.

  • Page 44

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual WPA-PSK: Supports WPA-Personal, only requiring users to provide a PSK. PSK (Pre Shared Key): This key should be a random sequence of Hexadecimal characters (upper or lowercase letters and numbers) 64 Characters in length.

  • Page 45: Group Configuration

    Keep in mind that this configures the Ceiling Bandwidth. Firewall Profiles - Edit The DSA-3200 provides a single Global and 2 custom firewall profiles. The Global policy will affect all users, whereas the other policies will only affect those user groups...

  • Page 46

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  • Page 47

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Filter Rule Item: The filter rules obey Top Down evaluation to determine the permission of a transmission from the source address to the target address or examine whether there is a data loss. Click the Index Number for rule specific configurations.

  • Page 48: Black List Configuration

    4.2.3 Black List Configuration The DSA-3200 provides a black list function to block specified users from accessing Network resources. Administrator can add to, delete from, or edit a specific black list. Each blacklist may have at most 40 users. Users in the blacklist will be...

  • Page 49

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Click “Add User to List” to access the Add Users to Blacklist Menu. Enter the username you wish to block and a remark, click “Apply.” To return to the Black List Configuration, click “Prev.”...

  • Page 50: On-demand User Configuration

    Each time one presses the Printer’s Print button, an On-demand user will be created and stored in the DSA-3200 while at the same time a receipt is printed out with the user credentials and Wireless Network Information (SSID, WEP).

  • Page 51

    You can specify the prefix for each automatically generated user Store Name name up to a maximum of 8 characters, for example: D-Link. Receipt Header You can configure the receipt’s header in this filed. Receipt Footer You can configure the receipt’s footer in this filed.

  • Page 52

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Billing Configuration: The DSA-3200 provides 10 separate On-Demand User billing profiles. The default profile will be used when the DSA-3100P is connected to the DSA-3200. Status: Enable/Disable this billing rule. When using the DSA-3100P enable only one...

  • Page 53

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Account Expire Day: The number of days after generation during which the account will be valid. After the specified number of days, any inactivated account will be automatically expired Validity Duration: In the case where a user has activated his or her account the account will be valid for the number of days specified here.

  • Page 54: Roaming Configuration

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.2.5 Roaming Configuration The DSA-3200 has the capability to allow GRIC and Airpath Wireless Users access to the Hot Spot by using their existing user credentials. Service from either GRIC or Airpath Wireless is required before the DSA-3200 can authenticate such users.

  • Page 55

    ID field and the appropriate password. Airpath Roaming: Airpath Wireless will provide all required information The DSA-3200 Administrator must have a roaming user agreement with Airpath Wireless in order to use this feature. Users who registered Airpath Wireless’s service may login to the local public network via roaming.

  • Page 56: Additional Configuration

    Logout Timer:If a user has idled and not used the network for the specified amount of time the DSA-3200 will automatically log out the user. The logout time is specified in minutes, having values ranging from 1~1440. Default is 10 minutes.

  • Page 57

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual functioning properly by accessing a predetermined URL (or IP address). URL or IP address: this predetermined URL will be used as a target address for the DSA-3200 to check the Internet connection. Upload File: The internal Login and Logout pages, as well as the SSL certificate may be replaced with user files.

  • Page 58

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Upload Logout Page The Login page may be customized to suit any particular application. The coding for this page should be HTML and include the code in the box below. To upload, enter the filename and path of the customized Login page in the appropriate field, or browse and select the file.

  • Page 59

    After a graphic file is uploaded, the second section called Existing Image Files will list the graphic files stored on the DSA-3200. You can select or delete any graphic file, and the system will show the used space of the graphic file in the third section.

  • Page 60: Tools Menu

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual POP3 Message The DSA-3200 provides a mechanism to alert users that have not signed in and are trying to access Mail resources. The DSA-3200 will deliver an e-mail to the user’s inbox. Customize the message to your liking.

  • Page 61: Port And Ip Redirect

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.3.1 Port and IP Redirect When a user attempts to connect to a destination defined in the Port and IP Redirect section, the connection packet will be converted to the corresponding defined destination. You may define at most 40 entries to achieve the redirect feature. To convert queries on a specific port, leave the Destination IP blank and only enter the Destination port.

  • Page 62: Virtual Server

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.3.2 Virtual Server The Administrator may define at most 40 virtual server entries to allow computers on the WAN Network or beyond to access the specified LAN resources. According to the different services provided, the network service can be provided on a TCP or UDP port, or both.

  • Page 63: Pass Through

    Internet access; configure the IP address in the following section. The DSA-3200 allows at most 100 Privileged IP addresses. These settings will take effect immediately after you click “Apply”.

  • Page 64

    In addition to permitting specific IP addresses to have “free” network access rights without authenticating, the DSA-3200 also provides the ability to do so according to a MAC address. This system permits at most 100 Privileged MAC addresses to have network access rights without going through user authentication.

  • Page 65: Monitor Ip List

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.3.4 Monitor IP List The system will use ICMP messages on a customized interval (1, 2, 4, 6, 12 hours and 1 day) to monitor and control the status of IP addresses on the list. If the...

  • Page 66

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Monitor IP list: The list of IP addresses to be monitored. Click “Monitor” to view all monitored IP. A maximum of 40 IP address for monitoring is allowed. Monitor: Show monitor IP status.

  • Page 67: Free Surfing Area

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.3.5 Free Surfing Area This system allows users to login to certain websites before passing through the Public LAN. You only need to enter the IP address (or Domain Name) of these websites into the Walled Garden List. You can enter up to 20 addresses into this list.

  • Page 68: Proxy

    4.3.6 Proxy Internal Proxy Server: The DSA-3200 has a built-in web proxy server, if you active this function, end users may specify the DSA-3200 as a proxy server, no need to enter the IP address and Port. External Proxy Server: As a basis of the security management features of the DSA-3200, only ports 80 and 443 are allowed (for redirection to login page).

  • Page 69: Ddns

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.3.7 DDNS The DSA-3200 provides the ability to use a Dynamic DNS provider service to assign a host name to the WAN interface even in the event of a Dynamic WAN connection. The DSA-3200 provides support for most popular Dynamic DNS Provider Systems, allowing seamless translation of a dynamic WAN IP address to a domain name.

  • Page 70: Change Password

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.3.8 Change Password To change the Administrator’s password, please key in the existing admin Password in the appropriate field, followed by the new password entered twice for verification. Caution: If you lost or forgot the Administrator’s Password, you can still change the Administrator’s password through the text mode management interface on the serial...

  • Page 71: System Settings

    Restore Settings From File: Load a configuration file from the HDD by entering the filename and path or Browse to the appropriate location on the local HDD. Reset to Factory Default: Restore to the factory default settings of the DSA-3200.

  • Page 72: Firmware Upgrade

    Click “Browse” to browse the local HDD for the appropriate firmware file. Upon locating the appropriate firmware image file, click “Submit” and the browser will upload the firmware file to the DSA-3200. Once the upload procedure has begun do not disconnect power or attempt to access the DSA-3200 through another interface.

  • Page 73: Restart

    4.3.11 Restart This function allows you to safely restart the DSA-3200. The restart procedure takes approximately three minutes. If you need to remove power from the DSA-3200 it is recommended to restart the DSA-3200 through this interface and remove power after the status light is solidly lit.

  • Page 74: Device Info

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.4.1 Device Info This section provides information regarding the current running version of code in addition to management and essential systems configurations.

  • Page 75

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Item Current Firmware Version The firmware version currently used by DSA-3200 System Name System name, and the default is DSA-3200 Administrator’s related information will be shown on the Admin Info login screen when a user has a connection problem.

  • Page 76: Interface

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.4.2 Interface This section provides Interface status for the following interfaces: WAN port, Wireless port, Public and Private LAN Port.

  • Page 77

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Item MAC Address IP Address Subnet Mask Mode MAC Address IP Address Wireless Subnet Mask ESSID Channel Encryption Function Wireless Status DHCP Server Mode MAC Address Public LAN IP Address Subnet Mask Status WINS IP Address...

  • Page 78: Current Users

    The history of each day will be saved independently. This system will save the history in the DRAM for no more than 3 days. Caution: Since the history is saved in DRAM, if you need to restart the DSA-3200 and want to keep the history, manually duplicate the history by saving to HDD.

  • Page 79: Notifications

    4.4.5 Notifications The DSA-3200 will save the billing history in the internal DRAM for up to 3 days. If you wish to automatically send the history to your email address, please enter your e-mail address in the receiver field.

  • Page 80

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Auth Method: Choose one of 5 types of SMTP extended authentication methods: None, PLAIN, LOGIN, CRAM-MD5 and NTLMv1. Please contact your ISP or SMTP server administrator for more information on their Authentication Methods. Account Name: Account name registered with the SMTP server.

  • Page 81: Help

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.5 Help The Help section provides on-line instructions for operating the DSA-3200.

  • Page 82: Confirm Functionality Of User Authentication

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 4.6 Confirm Functionality of User Authentication If all the previous steps were properly completed, we should be able to connect to a public LAN port to experience the managed network access environment. First, connect an Ethernet enabled PC configured to support TCP/IP to the network via a Public LAN port.

  • Page 83

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual If the user logs in successfully, the DSA-3200 is properly configured to service Hot Spot guests. This user may now browse any webpage on the Internet. The following screen is the login successful page for an on-demand user. In this case, there is an extra function “Redeem”...

  • Page 84

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Attention: The maximum session time/data transfer is 24305 days/2003Mbyte. If the redeem amount exceeds this number, the system will automatically reject the After a user has paid the redeem cost at the counter, he/she should get another username and password.

  • Page 85: Console Interface

    “Enter” key to select specific menus and confirm entered values. 2. The DSA-3200’s COM port can alternatively be used as a printer interface to connect a thermal line ticket printer like the DSA-3100P. Warning: These two functions cannot be used at the same time.

  • Page 86: Console Utilities For Network Debugging

    3. Display interface settings: Displays information of each network interface including the MAC address, IP address, and Netmask. 4. Display the routing table: The internal routing table of the DSA-3200 is displayed to assist the confirmation of successful setup of Static Routes on the DSA-3200.

  • Page 87

    8. Set device into “safe mode”: If administrator is unable to use Web Management Interface on the browser when the DSA-3200 unexpectedly fails. Administrator can choose this utility and set DSA-3200 into safe mode to be able to manage this device with a web browser again using the WAN port.

  • Page 88: Change Admin Password Of Console

    DSA-3200 also supports remote access via SSH. When using a null modem cable to connect to the DSA-3200 console, one does not need to enter the administrator’s password to enter the console management interface.

  • Page 89: Appendix - Windows Tcp/ip Setup

    IP address (and related information) to each PC after the PC has been booted. 6.1 Setting up a PC to connect to the DSA-3200 After the DSA-3200 is installed, the following must be set up for the PC within the Public LAN and Private LAN sections: TCP/IP Network Setup Internet Connection Setup 6.1.1 TCP/IP Network Setup...

  • Page 90: Internet Connection Setup

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 6.1.2 Internet Connection Setup Windows 2000 Choose Start – Control Panel – Internet Options. Choose the “Connections” Icon, and then click “Setup”.

  • Page 91

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Choose “I want to set up my Internet connection manually, or I want to connect through a local Area network (LAN)”, and then click “Next”. Choose “I connect through a local area network (LAN)” and click “Next”.

  • Page 92

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Do not choose any option in the following LAN window for Internet configuration, and just click “Next”. When the system asks “Do you want to set up an Internet mail account now?”, choose “No”, and click “Next”.

  • Page 93

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Click “Finish” to exit the Internet Connection Wizard. Now, you have completed the setup. Windows XP Choose Start – Control Panel – Internet Option.

  • Page 94

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Choose the “Connections” icon, and then click “Setup”. Press “Next” when the new connection wizard appears on the screen.

  • Page 95

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Choose “Connect to the Internet” and then click “Next”. Choose “Set up my connection manually”, and then click “Next”.

  • Page 96

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Choose “Connect using a broadband connection that is always on”, and then click “Next”. Click “Finish” to exit the Connection Wizard. Now, you have completed the setup.

  • Page 97: Configure Tcp/ip In Windows 2000

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual If the version of Windows operating system is not for servers, the default TCP/IP settings will treat the PC as the DHCP client. You can check the TCP/IP setup according to the following procedure: 6.2 Configure TCP/IP in Windows 2000...

  • Page 98

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then click “Properties”. Using DHCP If you want to use DHCP, please select “Obtain an IP Address Automatically”, which is also the default setting of Windows. Reboot the PC to make sure an IP...

  • Page 99

    Click “Advanced” in the window of Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Click the “IP Settings” icon, and then “Add” in the “Default Gateways” column to enter the IP address of the DSA-3200. click “Add”. (You can ask the network administrator to give you the IP address specified for the DSA-3200.)

  • Page 100

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual If the DNS Server column is blank, please click “Using the following DNS Server Address” in the window of Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then enter the DNS address or the DNS address provided by ISP. After this procedure is...

  • Page 101: Configure Tcp/ip In Windows Xp

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 6.3 Configure TCP/IP in Windows XP Select Start - Console – Network Connection. Click the right button of the mouse on the “Local Area Connection” icon to select “Properties”.

  • Page 102

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual Click the “General” icon, and then select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”. Click “Properties”. Using DHCP If you want to use DHCP, please select “Obtain an IP Address Automatically”, which is also the default setting of Windows. Reboot the PC to make sure an IP...

  • Page 103

    Click the “IP Settings” tab, and then click “Add.” Enter the IP address of the DSA-3200 in the “Default Gateways” column. After this procedure is completed, click “OK”. (You can ask the network administrator to give you the IP address...

  • Page 104

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual If the DNS Server field is blank, please click “Using the following DNS Server Addresses” in the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Window, and key in the DNS address or DNS address provided by ISP. After this procedure is completed,...

  • Page 105: Warranty

    D-Link’s sole obligation shall be to repair or replace the defective Hardware during the Warranty Period at no charge to the original owner or to refund at D-Link’s sole discretion. Such repair or replacement will be rendered by D-Link at an Authorized D-Link Service Office.

  • Page 106

    Non-Applicability of Warranty: The Limited Warranty provided hereunder for hardware and software of D-Link's products will not be applied to and does not cover any refurbished product and any product purchased through the inventory clearance or liquidation sale or other sales in which D-Link, the sellers, or the liquidators expressly disclaim their warranty obligation pertaining to the product and in that case, the product is being sold "As-Is"...

  • Page 107

    Do not include any manuals or accessories in the shipping package. D-Link will only replace the defective portion of the Product and will not ship back any accessories. The customer is responsible for all in-bound shipping charges to D-Link. No Cash on Delivery (“COD”) is allowed.

  • Page 108

    D-Link; Products that have been purchased from inventory clearance or liquidation sales or other sales in which D-Link, the sellers, or the liquidators expressly disclaim their warranty obligation pertaining to the product. Repair by anyone other than D-Link or an Authorized D-Link Service Office will void this Warranty.

  • Page 109

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual OF THE PRODUCT, RELATING TO WARRANTY SERVICE, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, EVEN IF D-LINK HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THE SOLE REMEDY FOR A BREACH OF THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS REPAIR, REPLACEMENT OR REFUND OF THE DEFECTIVE OR NON-CONFORMING PRODUCT.

  • Page 110: Fcc Statement

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual FCC Statement: This equipment has been tested and proven 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 111

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual CE Statement: European standards dictate maximum radiated transmit power of 100mW EIRP and frequency range 2.400-2.4835 GHz; In France, the equipment must be restricted to the 2.4465-2.4835 GHz frequency range and must be restricted to indoor use.

  • Page 112: Technical Support

    8 Technical Support You can find software updates and user documentation on the D-Link website. D-Link provides free technical support for customers within the United States and within Canada for the duration of the warranty period on this product. U.S. and Canadian customers can contact D-Link technical support through our website, or by phone.

  • Page 113: Registration

    DSA-3200 Wireless Service Gateway User Manual 9 Registration Product registration is entirely voluntary and failure to complete or return this form will not diminish your warranty rights.

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