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WL-500W Wireless Router User Manual
5. By default, these three items are enabled.
Enable them if changed.
Enable Web Camera to WAN users
With proper setting to DDNS, you can monitor your working environment from
anywhere on Internet, even if dynamic WAN IP address is used. If any motion is
detected by the camera, WL-500W captures the images and send them to your
appointed E-mail box. Refer to page 15-17 for DDNS setup procedures.
1. Enable Security Mode? -Select
Yes to enable security function on
the data and time you set below.
Date to Enable Security Mode -
This field defines the date that
Security Mode is enabled.
Time to Enable Security Mode -
This field defines the time interval
that Security Mode is enabled.
Send to - Input the E-mail address you wish WL-500W send the image to.
Email Server - This field indicates the E-mail server you use for exchanging E-mail. If you
leave this field blank, WL-500W uses the mail server of your E-mail address in Send to field.
Subject - This field is for the subject of E-mail.
Attach Image File? - This field allows you to attach the captured image in the E-mail.
Remote monitors
This function allows you to monitor up to 6 Web Cameras in your LAN. You can enter
the IP addresses of other ASUS Wireless Routers which have Web Camera attached.
Note: When enabling "LAN and WAN" remote control in the Wireless Router, packets
from Internet with destination ports 8081 to 8086 will be forwarded to WL-500W
in Remote Control fields. To make sure packets from WL-500W are routed back
to Internet, you need to set a static route entry for WL-500W. The IP address and
gateway address are same as the address of WL-500W.
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6. Click Yes to change the security settings.

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