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D-Link DFL-860 Quick Installation Manual: Connecting The Dfl-860; Setting Up Firewall To Your Network

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Connecting the DFL-860

3.1 Connecting Firewall to Your Network
A. First, connect the power cord to the receptor at the back panel of
the DFL-860 and then plug the other end of the power cord to a
wall outlet or power strip. Then powered on the DFL-860 using
the on/off switch. Now the Power LED will turn ON to indicate
proper operation. After the power LED turns on, you need to wait
1-2 minutes for the DFL-860 to boot up completely.
B. Connect an Ethernet cable from the DFL-860 to your Cable/
DSL modem. If the Cable/DSL modem is powered on, wait for
the WAN1 LED on the DFL-860 to light up to show a proper
connection. Otherwise, turn off your Cable/DSL modem, connect
the Ethernet cable from the DFL-860 to your Cable/DSL modem,
and turn on the Cable/DSL modem. Some Cable/DSL modems
may not have an on/off switch and will require you to unplug the
power adapter.
The default management IP address of the DFL-860 is If you have are using a router that uses DHCP,
there may be a conflict if the router uses the same IP address as
the DFL-860. If this is the case, either disconnect the DFL-860
from the router and change the management IP address of the
DFL-860, or change the DHCP settings on your router.
C. Insert an Ethernet cable to the LAN1 port on the front panel of
the DFL-860 and connect it to a port on your network hub or
switch. The LED light above the Ethernet port on the DFL-860
will illuminate to indicate proper connection
D. Connecting the computer that you will use to configure the
DFL-860 to the network hub or switch.


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