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Yamaha FWX120 Operation Manual

Yamaha FWX120 Operation Manual (194 pages)

Brand: Yamaha | Category: Firewall | Size: 30.61 MB
Table of contents
Please Read This First2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Particular Usage In This Manual6................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notice7................................................................................................................................................................
Concerning Software License Contracts When Using The Download Button8................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Name And Function Of Individual Parts10................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel/top Panel10................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel12................................................................................................................................................................
Bottom Panel12................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting (to An Existing Network) As A Transparent Mode Firewall13................................................................................................................................................................
Flow Of Preparation Steps13................................................................................................................................................................
Ensure The Following Are Available Before Beginning Preparations14................................................................................................................................................................
Cautions When Installing The Product14................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 1: Making Connections15................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 2: Opening The "basic Configuration Page17................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 3: Setting The Passwords19................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 4: Setting The Date And Time24................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Firewall26................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Internet As A Router32................................................................................................................................................................
The Lan1 Side45................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 5: Configuring The Ip Address On The Lan1 Side45................................................................................................................................................................
Pcs In The Lan47................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 6: Changing The Ip Addresses Of Pcs In The Lan47................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation 7: Configuring Provider Information48................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Security73................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Unauthorized Accesses And Security Measures73................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Unauthorized Access From The Internet73................................................................................................................................................................
Addressing Unauthorized Accesses74................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Security Functions Provided By The Product75................................................................................................................................................................
Security Functions Against External Attacks75................................................................................................................................................................
Security Functions For Managing Terminals In The Lan76................................................................................................................................................................
Other Security Functions76................................................................................................................................................................
Discarding Needless Packets (inbound Filter)77................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Inbound Filter78................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Inbound Filter List78................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing How Inbound Filters Are Working79................................................................................................................................................................
Passing Only Necessary Packets Through A Dynamic Filter (policy Filter)80................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Or Editing A Policy Set81................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Policy82................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Multiple Policy Sets83................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Interfaces, Addresses, And Services In A Group85................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Definition Service87................................................................................................................................................................
Detecting Unauthorized Accesses And Warning88................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Intrusion Detection System89................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The History Of Unauthorized Access Detection89................................................................................................................................................................
Allowing Communication From Registered Terminals Only (dhcp Authentication)91................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Dhcp Server92................................................................................................................................................................
Registering All Terminals To Which Ip Addresses Are Assigned By The Dhcp Server Function92................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Terminals One-by-one93................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying How Unregistered Terminals Are Handled93................................................................................................................................................................
Fwx120 Operation Manual  9393................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Connection Status Of Terminals94................................................................................................................................................................
Limiting Web Access (url Filter)95................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Url Filter96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Proxy Of Url Filters96................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Url Filter For Each Interface97................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Operating Status Of Url Filters97................................................................................................................................................................
Running A Port Scan To Determine Which Ports Are Open Or Closed98................................................................................................................................................................
Restricting Hosts That Can Change Product Settings100................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Restriction For Each Individual Service100................................................................................................................................................................
Registering Users Logging In The Product101................................................................................................................................................................
Implementing Site-to-site Vpn Connections102................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Virtual Private Network (vpn) Using Ipsec (ipsec Lan-to-lan Connection)102................................................................................................................................................................
Gaining Remote Access Using L2tp/ipsec106................................................................................................................................................................
Gaining Remote Access Using Pptp115................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Virtual Private Network (vpn) Using Pptp (pptp-lan-to-lan Connection)125................................................................................................................................................................
Product127................................................................................................................................................................
Maximizing Use Of The Product129................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Service Requiring A Global Ip Address Within The Lan129................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Netvolante Dns Service131................................................................................................................................................................
Publishing A Server133................................................................................................................................................................
Using Mail Notification135................................................................................................................................................................
Using In The Ipv6 Environment137................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Operation Settings Of Upnp Function139................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Yamaha Switches141................................................................................................................................................................
Operating And Managing The Product142................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Product Settings142................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Configuration Methods Available142................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Setting With Console Commands143................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Console Port146................................................................................................................................................................
Using An External Memory Device147................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Product Using A Configuration File In An External Memory Device149................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Buzzer Settings150................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Statistics Graphs For Operating Status151................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Resource Statistics Of The Product151................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Traffic Statistics152................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing How The Qos Function Is Working153................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Communication Status With The Status Lamp154................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Latest Function (revision Up)155................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Configuration Information And Log Of The Product160................................................................................................................................................................
Customizing The Operation According To Your Environment (lua Script/custom Gui)164................................................................................................................................................................
Lua Scripts164................................................................................................................................................................
Custom Gui165................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting166................................................................................................................................................................
When A Problem Is Suspected166................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting A Problem166................................................................................................................................................................
Q1:lamps Are Off167................................................................................................................................................................
Q2:setting Failed With The "basic Configuration Page169................................................................................................................................................................
Q3:internet Connection Cannot Be Established171................................................................................................................................................................
Q4:vpn Communication Cannot Be Established173................................................................................................................................................................
Q5:the Download Button Does Not Function177................................................................................................................................................................
Q6:unable To Use Usb Device178................................................................................................................................................................
Q7:other Problems180................................................................................................................................................................
Communication Charges Of The Usb Data Communication Terminal Are Abnormal181................................................................................................................................................................
Initializing The Product Settings185................................................................................................................................................................
If You Have Forgotten The Password187................................................................................................................................................................
Annex188................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Ip Addresses Of Pcs188................................................................................................................................................................
Instructions On Transferring/disposing Of The Product190................................................................................................................................................................
License Terms And Conditions191................................................................................................................................................................
Openssl License192................................................................................................................................................................

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Yamaha FWX120 User Manual

Yamaha FWX120 User Manual (52 pages)

Brand: Yamaha | Category: Firewall | Size: 6.09 MB

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