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Internet Server/Hub
User's Guide
Rev. 01 (July, 1999)
Printed In Taiwan



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  • Page 1 DP-692 Internet Server/Hub User’s Guide Rev. 01 (July, 1999) 6DP692H…01 Printed In Taiwan RECYCLABLE...
  • Page 3: Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise

    Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise Bitte lesen Sie sich diese Hinweise sorgfältig durch. Heben Sie diese Anleitung für den spätern Gebrauch auf. Vor jedem Reinigen ist das Gerät vom Stromnetz zu trennen. Vervenden Sie keine Flüssig- oder Aerosolreiniger. Am besten dient ein angefeuchtetes Tuch zur Reinigung. Um eine Beschädigung des Gerätes zu vermeiden sollten Sie nur Zubehörteile verwenden, die vom Hersteller zugelassen sind.
  • Page 4: Fcc Warning

    Trademarks Copyright ©1999 D-Link Corporation. Contents subject to change without prior notice. D-Link is a registered trademark of D-Link Corporation/D-Link Systems, Inc. All other trademarks belong to their respective proprietors. Copyright Statement No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by...
  • Page 5: Limited Warranty

    Registration Card. If a Registration Card for the product in ques- tion has not been returned to a D-Link office, then a proof of purchase (such as a copy of the dated purchase invoice) must be provided when requesting warranty service. The term "pur- chase"...
  • Page 6: Limitation Of Liability

    D-Link Offices for Registration and Warranty Service The product's Registration Card, provided at the back of this manual, must be sent to a D-Link office. To obtain an RMA number for warranty service as to a hardware product, or to obtain warranty service as to a software product, contact the D-Link office nearest you.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Internet Server User’s Guide ABLE OF ONTENTS ABOUT THIS GUIDE................IX QUICK INSTALLATION..............XI INTRODUCTION..................1 ................1 RODUCT ESCRIPTION .................1 RODUCT EATURES ...............2 NTERNET ERVER ECHNOLOGY INSTALLATION..................7 ....................7 NPACKING ...............8 ESKTOP HELF NSTALLATION .................8 ESCRIPTIONS RJ-45 – LAN..................9 BNC – LAN...................9 Serial –...
  • Page 8 ..........22 SING ELNET TO ONFIGURE THE ERVER ........24 SING A ROWSER TO ONFIGURE THE ERVER ..............26 INIMUM ONFIGURATION DNS IP Address..................26 ISP Account -> Phone Number ............27 ISP Account -> User ID..............28 ISP Account -> Password ..............28 Login Script..................29 ....................31 PERATION CONFIGURATION SETTINGS............33 .................33...
  • Page 9 Internet Server User’s Guide Manager Server IP Address ..............46 Log and Filter..................46 Dial-up Schedule ................46 Traffic Control..................48 Routing Table ..................50 Filter NetBIOS over TCP/IP ...............51 ..............51 ISPLAYING NFORMATION Displaying Information...............51 ....................52 OOLS ................53 ONFIGURATION TROUBLESHOOTING .................55 POST..................55 YSTEM ............56 EVICE NSTALLATION ROBLEMS WAN....................56...
  • Page 11: About This Guide

    Internet Server User’s Guide BOUT UIDE This guide explains how to install and use the DP-692 internet server with built-in hub. Audience This manual assumes basic familiarity with LANs, the internet, and ISPs. It has, however, been designed for basic-level users Overview of the User’s Guide...
  • Page 12 Internet Server User’s Guide ♦ Appendix A - Troubleshooting. Provides direction and assis- tance for locating the source of problems and solving them. ♦ Appendix B - Specifications. Lists the device’s specifica- tions. ♦ Appendix C - AT Commands. Lists the basic and extended AT command sets.
  • Page 13: Quick Installation

    Internet Server User’s Guide UICK NSTALLATION This section takes you through a step-by-step minimum installa- tion and setup procedure for the internet server. Please refer to the main text of this manual for detailed information about the setup and operation of this device. Getting Started Step 1: Unpack the device.
  • Page 14 Internet Server User’s Guide or ISDN/TA should already be connected and setup ac- cording to the instructions included with it.) Step 5: Plug the power adapter into the device and into an elec- trical outlet. Configuration Step 6: Before you can use your Internet server, IP addresses on your LAN’s PCs must be set so that they are compatible with the Internet server’s settings.
  • Page 15 Internet Server User’s Guide nipulated using the IS Admin program included with the device.) Start your Telnet or browser software and enter the IP address of the internet server (either the default IP listed above or the new address you assigned using IS Admin).
  • Page 17: Introduction

    Internet Server User’s Guide NTRODUCTION This chapter introduces the DP-692 internet server, as well as some of the technology that is utilized. Product Description The DP-692 internet server is designed to give multiple, net- worked PCs access to the internet through a single account. It...
  • Page 18: Internet Server Technology

    Internet Server User’s Guide ♦ Internet protocol support for: PPP, PAP/CHAP, NAT, TCP/IP, DHCP, ARP, ICMP, FTP, Telnet, and HTTP. ♦ Support for device configuration via Telnet, web browser, or IS Admin program (included). ♦ The built-in hub includes: ♦ Ten 10BASE-T ports for LAN connections ♦...
  • Page 19 Internet Server User’s Guide Single Global IP Address (single end user) Using an internet server allows a single global IP address to be shared by multiple end nodes simultaneously. In this implementation, it is only necessary to pay for a single internet account even though many people will be able to use it.
  • Page 20 Gateway address to the IP address of the local LAN port of the Internet server. Please note that the WAN ports on the DP-692 are disabled when it is operating in LAN-to-LAN mode.
  • Page 21 Internet Server User’s Guide Introduction...
  • Page 23: Installation

    Internet Server User’s Guide NSTALLATION This chapter provides information on the unpacking and initial installation of your internet server. Unpacking Open the shipping carton of your internet server and carefully unpack the contents. The carton should contain the following items: ♦...
  • Page 24: Desktop / Shelf Installation

    Internet Server User’s Guide Inspect the device and all accompanying items. If any item is damaged or missing, report the problem immediately to your dealer. Desktop / Shelf Installation The unit has rubber feet attached to the bottom to cushion it. Al- low enough ventilation space between the device and the objects around it.
  • Page 25: Rj-45 - Lan

    OUT position, the port 10X will become an MDI-II Uplink port for connecting the internet server to another hub. BNC – LAN The DP-692 provides a BNC port for cascading with other hubs without sacrificing any RJ-45 ports. Use this port to connect to your thin coax backbone.
  • Page 26: Diagnostic Led Descriptions

    Internet Server User’s Guide Diagnostic LED Descriptions The internet server has an LED array for indicating current port and transmission status and is shown below. DP-692 Front Panel LEDs • Power ◊ ON: “power good”. ◊ OFF: “power bad.” Check to see if the AC power adapter is properly connected, or if the correct AC power adapter is being used.
  • Page 27 Internet Server User’s Guide ◊ ON: Data link between UTP port and host computer’s or uplinked hub’s UTP port is successful. ◊ OFF: No data link or cable disconnected. Check for bad ca- ble or loose connectors. For uplinked hubs, check to see if UTP cable contains crossed-over wires.
  • Page 28 Internet Server User’s Guide • COM1 / COM2 ◊ ON: Each COM port LED provides an indication of the op- erating status of the corresponding WAN port. When a WAN port is transmitting data, the related COM port indi- cator will light. ◊...
  • Page 29: Normal Led Flash Pattern

    (see Appendix A: Troubleshooting for more in- formation on POST error indications). If no errors are detected, the internet server will begin operating normally. Connecting to the Local Network This section describes how to connect the DP-692 internet server to your Ethernet network. Cables •...
  • Page 30 Please note that when making this con- nection the button next to the 10X port should be in the Uplink (OUT) position. DP-692 Internet Server LAN Uplink Connection Please refer to the following table when making twisted-pair con-...
  • Page 31: Connecting Through Thin Coaxial Cable

    BNC ports. Connecting to a Thin Coaxial Segment The BNC port on DP-692 is used to connect to a thin coaxial seg- ment. Connect a T-connector to the BNC connector, then connect both ends of the T-connector to the thin coaxial cable. If the thin coaxial segment terminates at the hub, attach a 50-ohm termina- tor to one end of the T-connector as shown below.
  • Page 32: Connecting To The Internet

    Internet Server User’s Guide (NIC) installed in a PC as shown below. Please note that the ex- ample shown below uses a BNC connection to a network backbone. You may also use the Uplink port (port 10X) connection described above but you must ensure that no signal loops are formed.
  • Page 33: Connecting Power

    Internet Server User’s Guide Modem Connection Connecting Power Power is supplied to the internet server through an AC power adapter. Connecting Power Since the internet server does not include a power switch, plug- ging its power adapter into a power outlet will immediately power it on.
  • Page 34 Internet Server User’s Guide After the internet server is connected to the LAN and powered on, you can use the included IS Admin software to assign an IP ad- dress to the device. Once the internet server has a valid IP address, you may set it up for normal operations (i.e.
  • Page 35: System Setup

    Internet Server User’s Guide YSTEM ETUP The internet server has some settings that need to be properly configured before it can be used. This chapter describes how to change the default IP address settings and then how to use Telnet or a web browser to further configure the internet server.
  • Page 36: Setting Ip Addresses

    Internet Server User’s Guide Setting IP Addresses The IP address settings, which include the IP address, subnet mask and gateway IP address are the first and most important settings that need to be configured. The internet server comes with a default Local LAN IP address and subnet mask assigned. If you do not have a preexisting IP network and are setting one up now, using the factory default IP address settings can greatly ease the setup process.
  • Page 37 Internet Server User’s Guide Default Addressing Example Host IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway IP Internet Server Computer #1 Computer #2 Computer #3 Please note that when using the default IP address as in the above example, the first three numbers in the IP address must always be the same with only the fourth number changing.
  • Page 38: Changing The Ip Address Of The Internet Server

    Internet Server User’s Guide Changing the IP Address of the Internet Server If your LAN is already setup for IP networking and you wish to change the IP address of the internet server to operate within your existing IP network, simply: Physically connect the internet server to your LAN and power it on.
  • Page 39 Internet Server User’s Guide Press the <Enter> key to access the configuration program. There is no default password. Once you have access, use the menu item numbers to navigate the menus and change settings. All settings are described later in this manual. Note: Make sure to save the configuration after modifying device settings.
  • Page 40: Using A Browser To Configure The Server

    Internet Server User’s Guide Using a Browser to Configure the Server Once your PC is configured with an IP address on the same sub- net as the internet server, start your browser program and enter the prefix “http://” followed by the IP address assigned to the server, in the address window.
  • Page 41 Internet Server User’s Guide The browser interface uses frames, so it is best if you use a frames-capable browser program. Also, we advise you to tempo- rarily suspend the use of proxies – if you are using them – while accessing the internet server as proxy settings may interfere with browser access to local devices.
  • Page 42: Minimum Configuration

    Internet Server User’s Guide view, set or modify. Some settings can be entered manually while others must be selected from pull-down menus. Minimum Configuration Regardless of how you intend to use the internet server, you will need to consider and set some basic system settings. This section is concerned with describing only those settings that are critical to the proper functioning of the internet server.
  • Page 43: Isp Account -> Phone Number

    Internet Server User’s Guide Description: A Domain Name Service (DNS) server address is used to translate URLs into their corresponding IP ad- dresses. ISP Account -> Phone Number In order for the internet server to control the modem to dial the phone, you must enter the dial-up phone number for your ISP.
  • Page 44: Isp Account -> User Id

    Internet Server User’s Guide Note: If the ISP phone line is busy, the internet server will automatically redial. Three succes- sive redial attempts will be made. ISP Account -> User ID Just as the internet server needs to know what phone number to dial to access your ISP, it also needs to know what username to login under.
  • Page 45: Login Script

    Internet Server User’s Guide where necessary, underscores and other punctuation in- cluded). The maximum length is 32 characters. Default Value: (none) Must Be User Modified? Yes. Description: This variable is the user password that will be provided to the ISP once the modem connection is estab- lished and the username has been accepted.
  • Page 46 Internet Server User’s Guide Example: If your ISP asks you to input a user ID, pass- word, and to choose from a list of available communications protocols each time you dial-up, your login script would look like something like this: No.
  • Page 47: Operation

    Internet Server User’s Guide Operation To access the internet, do the following at each station (computer) that will use the internet server for internet access: 1. Make sure that TCP/IP settings are configured properly. IP parameters that must be set: •...
  • Page 49: Configuration Settings

    Internet Server User’s Guide ONFIGURATION ETTINGS This chapter provides information about all of the configuration settings available on the internet server. Information about the range of values, default settings, and purpose of each setting is given. Items are listed in the same order as the menu listings presented by the internet server Telnet console program.
  • Page 50: System Configuration

    Internet Server User’s Guide Return to <Previous> Menu – ♦ Takes you up one menu level (generally to the menu immediately preceding the current menu). System Configuration Server Name Options: A fifteen-character string of letters and numbers. Default Value: IS-xxxxxx (where “xxxxxx” is the last six digits of the device’s MAC address).
  • Page 51: Local Lan -> Subnet Mask

    Internet Server User’s Guide cal network devices must start with 192.168.100 and have a final number between 2 and 255. Local LAN -> Subnet Mask This variable defines the subnet level the internet server will share with other devices on the network. Any subnet address which identifies a subnet Options: level.
  • Page 52: Maximum Idle Time

    Internet Server User’s Guide Description: A Domain Name Service (DNS) server ad- dress is used to translate URLs into their corresponding IP addresses. Maximum Idle Time This variable allows you to set an idle time after which the inter- net server will automatically disconnect the WAN connection. Setting an idle time lets you keep from staying logged-in to your ISP when no one is using the internet.
  • Page 53: Change Password

    Internet Server User’s Guide Description: This option only needs to be changed if the internet server isn’t going to be used to connect directly to an ISP. Enabling LAN-to-LAN mode automatically disables the LAN-to-WAN Internet server and Server Address Map- ping functions.
  • Page 54: Baud Rate

    Internet Server User’s Guide Default Value: Dialup Description: The WAN port must be configured for use as either a dial-up connection or a leased-line connection. Baud Rate Options: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400, 460800 bps. Default Value: 115200 bps Description: The setting of this variable sets the maxi- mum bits per second data transmission rate on the line.
  • Page 55: Isp Account -> User Id

    Internet Server User’s Guide ISP Account -> User ID Options: For dial-up connections, the ISP assigned user ID name exactly as provided (i.e., all letters capitalized where necessary, underscores and other punctuation included). The maximum length is 64 characters. Default Value: (none) Description: This variable is the user ID that will be pro- vided to the ISP once the modem connection is established.
  • Page 56: Modem At Commands

    Internet Server User’s Guide Modem AT Commands Options (sub- settings): ♦ Init. String: <AT&F> (default) ♦ Dial Prefix String: <ATDT> (default) ♦ Hang-up String: <~~~+++~~~ATH0> (default) Description: Modem AT commands are used to configure and operate the modem when it is necessary to control set- tings such as the speaker volume, line modulation, or handshaking protocol.
  • Page 57: Login Script

    Internet Server User’s Guide Login Script Options: For each line item, a prompt string and a keyin string must be provided. The prompt string is the text dis- played by the ISP requesting that something be entered. The keyin string is what should be entered. Prompt strings can be up to 25 characters long including punctuation.
  • Page 58: Dhcp Server Configuration

    Internet Server User’s Guide DHCP Server Configuration The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) allows servers and devices like the internet server to dynamically assign IP ad- dresses to network devices. Dynamic IP assignment alleviates the need for the network administrator to maintain and monitor IP address assignments and simplifies IP use because IP address are automatically and dynamically assigned when a station powers- on.
  • Page 59: Ip Address Range -> Start

    Internet Server User’s Guide IP Address Range -> Start The range of IP addresses available to the internet server for DHCP allocation is set using two settings. This is the first. Options: Any IP address within the three reserved IP ranges.
  • Page 60: Ip Reserve Table

    Internet Server User’s Guide Default Value: 1440 (24 hours) Description: Dynamically assigned addresses can be peri- odically “refreshed” by a DHCP server. The IP Lease Time variable allows you to set that time limit. If a time is en- tered in this variable, each dynamically assigned address will be recycled at the end of the lease time.
  • Page 61: Port Number

    Internet Server User’s Guide context are “virtual” because they don’t have their own public do- main IP addresses in the typical internet fashion. Rather, their local IP address, with an access port number, is listed in a table inside the internet server. The port number provides the internet server with the reference to correctly route data requests.
  • Page 62: Advanced Control Configuration

    Internet Server User’s Guide Note: The port numbers in the above example are those commonly used for Telnet, FTP, and web servers respectively, but the port number should correspond to that assigned when the server is setup. Advanced Control Configuration Manager Server IP Address This setting is the IP address of the computer using the IS Manager Server software included with the device.
  • Page 63: Holiday Table

    Internet Server User’s Guide A table showing all the hours in all the days of the week. Choose Add to add a period of time to the table during which the internet server can dial out. ♦ Holiday Table The holiday table is used to create exceptions to the schedule table.
  • Page 64: Traffic Control

    Internet Server User’s Guide ule table. If a request is received to access the internet outside of the time limits defined in the schedule table, the internet server will not dial out. Traffic Control The traffic control feature allows you to define how the internet server manages traffic between the two WAN ports, assuming that both have connections to the inter- net.
  • Page 65 Internet Server User’s Guide WAN 1, totaling 6 people using this port. The user accessing the internet will cause WAN 2 to dial up as long as the other 6 users are still using WAN 1. If one of the previous users has stopped using the internet, thereby freeing up space on WAN 1, the 7 user will...
  • Page 66: Routing Table

    Internet Server User’s Guide for the internet. All traffic will be balanced between the two WAN ports offering the highest possible bandwidth and the fastest internet access to all users. Routing Table The static routing table allows the internet server to coexist on the same network with a router.
  • Page 67: Filter Netbios Over Tcp/Ip

    Internet Server User’s Guide server’s routing table. When doing this, the IP address of the static route will be the preexisting IP address and the gateway will be the LAN port of the router. Note: If you are creating a second IP network, do not al- low the internet server to use DHCP if the router is also using DHCP, unless the router is supplying IP addresses on only one port and the internet server is not connected...
  • Page 68: Tools

    Internet Server User’s Guide Displays all configuration data for the device (addresses, ports, links, etc.). Configuration data is a readout of the settings that are user-defined as described in this chapter. ♦ DHCP Server Status Displays a table of DHCP servers with the following in- formation: IP Address, MAC Address, and Lease Time.
  • Page 69: Save Configuration

    Internet Server User’s Guide ♦ Dial Up – Dial the ISP phone access for one or the other WAN port using the configuration stored under the WAN port control. ♦ Hang Up – Send the phone disconnect command string to the modem immediately to end the current session. ♦...
  • Page 71: Troubleshooting

    Internet Server User’s Guide ROUBLESHOOTING System POST When the unit is powered on, the system first runs a Power-On Self Test (POST) as a check of system components. Errors en- countered during the POST are indicated by different flashing front panel LED combinations. Note: The LEDs flash as a normal part of the sys- tem initialization.
  • Page 72: Device Installation Problems

    Internet Server User’s Guide DP-692 LED POST Error Indication Table COM1 STATE COM2 STATE ERROR INDICATED slow flashing slow flashing Need to reload firm- ware DRAM Error 1 long 2 short Timer INT Error 1 long 3 short Flash Protected...
  • Page 73: Lan

    Internet Server User’s Guide dynamically assign IP addresses, make certain that you are using the right IP for the login you have set. ACCESS PASSWORD: It is possible that you entered your ISP login password incorrectly. Use the Telnet or browser con- figuration program to re-enter the login password.
  • Page 74: Operating Problems

    Internet Server User’s Guide Operating Problems ISP LOGIN PROCEDURES – LOGIN SCRIPT: It may be necessary for you to create login script entries in order to complete your login procedure. Some ISPs prompt for a com- munications protocol choice or other data after a successful modem connection.
  • Page 75: Specifications

    Internet Server User’s Guide PECIFICATIONS General IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet repeater, ANSI Standards: X3T9.5 Twisted-Pair Transceiver Protocol: CSMA/CD Network Data Transfer Rate: 10BASE-T Ethernet, 10Mbps Ports: Ten 10BASE-T Ethernet LAN ports, One BNC port, Two RS-232 serial WAN ports Network Media: Ethernet: Category 3 or better UTP cable, 100m maximum.
  • Page 76: Environmental And Physical

    Internet Server User’s Guide Environmental and Physical 5VDC/1.5A (external) Power Supply: 223.3 x 131.7 x 35 mm (W x L x H) Dimensions: grams (approximately 17.85 Weight: ounces) Operating Temp.: 0° to 50°C Storage Temp.: –25° to 55°C 5% to 95% non-condensing Humidity: FCC Class A, CE, VCCI Class A, C-Tick Emissions:...
  • Page 77: At Commands

    Internet Server User’s Guide AT C OMMANDS The commands provided in the table below are used to control modems and are provided as a supplemental reference to docu- mentation that should have been included with your modem or fax/modem. Basic AT Command Set Each command, except for “+++”...
  • Page 78 Internet Server User’s Guide Inserted between digit. Wait for dial tone for the period defined by S7 before dialing. Inserted between digit. Pause for the period de- fined by S8. Flash. Inserted between digit. Cause modem to go on-hook for 0.5 seconds and return to off-hook. Command append.
  • Page 79 Internet Server User’s Guide Go on-hook (hang-up) Go off-hook Identification Command Display the product identification code. Report pre-computed checksum. Report O.K. Report firmware revision, model and interface type. Report response programmed by an OEM. Report the country code parameter. Report modem data pump model and code ver- sion.
  • Page 80 Internet Server User’s Guide Return to data mode. Perform equalizer retrain sequence, then return to data mode. A retrain causes the modem to optimize for the best data transmission. This command works at speeds of 2400 bps or higher. Force Pulse Dialing Modem Responses –...
  • Page 81: Extended At& Command Set

    Internet Server User’s Guide Extended AT& Command Set Command Description Data rate, terminal-to-modem &Bn DTE/DCE rate fixed at DTE setting Carrier Detect signal status &Cn Forced to On continuously (Default) Follows the status of remote carrier signal Date Terminal Ready (DTR) operations &Dn DTR off causes modem to hang up Load the default factory settings...
  • Page 82: Port Pinouts

    Internet Server User’s Guide INOUTS This appendix provides pinout data for the internet server’s ports. Serial Ports The table below shows the pinouts of the internet server’s 9-pin RS-232 serial port. Consult your modem’s documentation for de- tailed information on how to physically connect the internet server to it.
  • Page 83: Rj-45 Port

    Internet Server User’s Guide RJ-45 Port The RJ-45 port of the device is a LAN port designed to use stan- dard, straight twisted-pair cabling (with different ratings at different lengths for Ethernet and Fast Ethernet). Straight Twisted-Pair Cable Pinouts Contact MDI-X Signal MDI Signal RD+ (receive)
  • Page 84: Glossary

    Internet Server User’s Guide LOSSARY Please note that the terms in this glossary are defined according to their usage in this document and as part of the field of com- puter networking. Any meaning or usage outside of these specific areas may not be included and is not necessarily implied.
  • Page 85 Internet Server User’s Guide Category 3, 4, 5 Communication cabling standards refer- ring to the quality of the transmission medium and whether or not the cable in- cludes transmission shielding. Collision Simultaneous data transmission on a net- work medium, resulting in a garbled (and unreadable) transmission.
  • Page 86 Internet Server User’s Guide called, “URLs”) to their actual IP ad- dresses. Ethernet A particular type of LAN described in a standard established by the IEEE (802.3), with 10Mbps data transmission. The central device in a star-topology LAN used to connect each station to the net- work.
  • Page 87 Internet Server User’s Guide Local Area Network, an interconnected set of computers and other devices, in an office for example. Leased-Line A phone line, usually “rented” from a phone company, which is dedicated to the sole use of the “renter.” Internet access speeds are faster using a leased-line, be- cause there is no bandwidth sharing.
  • Page 88 Internet Server User’s Guide UTP/STP UTP – unshielded twisted-pair, twisted pair wire without shielding. STP – shielded twisted-pair, twisted-pair wire with shielding. Wide Area Network, an interconnected set of computers and other devices spread over a large geographic area. (Often used synonymously with “internet.”) A WAN connection might be the connection of two office buildings on different sides of the...
  • Page 89: Index

    Internet Server User’s Guide NDEX 10BASE-T, 59, 68 flow control, 40 10Mbps, 59, 68, 70 Gateway address, 4 Adjust Time, 53 gateway IP address, 20 AT Commands, 61 global IP address, 3 Auto Dial, 47 Hang Up, 52 baud rate, 40 Holiday Table, 46 Baud Rate, 38 host address, 21...
  • Page 90 Internet Server User’s Guide network IP address, 21 Server Name, 34 NUMBER OF USERS, 58 Specifications, 59 Operation Mode, 36 static routing table, 50 Password, 28, 37, 39 STP, 72, 1 Phone Number, 27, 38 subnet mask, xii, 20, 35 Port Number, 45 Subnet Mask, 35 Port Pinouts, 66...
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