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Quick Links. Table of Contents. Page 3 Contents Configuring wireless connections For example, users can exchange data or share resources in the network, such as a file server or printer. You can also deactivate access to certain Internet domains and sites URL block- ing.
Flashing Firmware update is running. Power Frequently Self-test failure. Device is not bootable or device malfunc- flashing tion. LAN1 — Page Bottom The device Bottom Reset button Label Reset button The underside of the router houses the reset button providing the following functions: Reboot function: Press and hold the button behind the opening for more than 1 sec- ond but less than 5 seconds to reboot the device. This does not affect the configuration settings.
Note: An An Page Installing The Device refer to the section entitled "Internet" on page To do this you will need the ac- cess data for your Internet service provider. If you wish to use other functions of the router Gigaset AGU, for example the comprehensive security features, use the Advanced Settings page Connecting to the splitter data port You can operate the router in two different operating modes in order to set up an Inter- net connection: — The integrated ADSL modem is then deactivated.
To do this, use the cable supplied with your modem or any Ethernet straight cable having an RJ45 con- nector on both sides. First connect just one PC to the router via cable.
You can then carry out the general con- figuration. The LED displays on the front panel of the router provide information about the operating state see page 8.
This usually takes place automatically provided you have not made any changes to the You can now configure the router using this PC from the user interface of the router. Note: For security reasons you should change this password at a later stage page A page with security information will appear. If you carry out all the general and security settings using the user interface, your device and network will be fully protected. The language modules available are located on the CD supplied.
Page Elements In The User Interface The user interface Elements in the user interface The user interface screens contain the following elements: Help Click this tab top right on the screen to display explanations about the current user interface screen. Log Off button The Log Off button is always displayed on the right of the user interface. If you click Log Off, the session is ended and the login screen appears again.
The following table contains the options available in this menu. Menu Description Internet This menu comprises all the setting options relating to the Internet. You can check or change these settings in the Internet menu.
This menu also offers you a wide range of possibilities for setting up security settings and limiting access to the Internet as well as for providing your own services on the Internet. All the settings you make here must coincide with the features your Internet service pro- vider makes available to you. False information can lead to problems with your Internet connection. You can do the following: Enable or disable the router firewall. Block access by individual PCs to selected services or Web sites.
With address mapping, several users in the local network can access the Internet via one or more public IP addresses.
Page 31 Configuring Advanced Settings Using port forwarding the forwarding of requests to particular ports the router is forced to send requests from the Internet for a certain service, for example a game, to the appropriate port s on the PC on which the game is running. When the router is supplied, the function Network Address Translation is acti- vated, i. Page Port Forwarding Select the required option.
It receives requests from remote users under its public IP address and automatically redirects them to local PCs. The private IP addresses of the servers on the local network remain protected.
Your device will then forward all incoming data traffic from the Internet to this client. You can then, for example, operate your own Web server on one of the clients in your local net- work and make it accessible to Internet users. Page Qos Quality Of Service Configuring Advanced Settings Qos Quality of Service Many communication and multimedia applications require high speed and large band- widths to transfer data between the local network and the Internet.
However, for many applications there is often only one Internet connection available with limited capacity. Qos Quality of Service divides this capacity between the different applications and provides undelayed, continuous data transfer where data packets with higher priority are given transmission preference.
The preset IP address is If necessary, reconfigure the IP address on your PC including one that is statically assigned so that it matches the new configuration. You can activate it on this page. If you have implemented wireless PC communication via the router, you should improve the security settings of your wireless network via the Advanced Settings — Wireless Network menu. For security reasons you should change this SSID.
You should therefore select WPA encryption if it is supported by all com- ponents in your wireless network. If you select Hex as the key type, you can use the characters 0 to 9 and A to F. An example of a valid key: ABC — Connecting PCs wirelessly A wireless connection is made using a wireless network adapter that must be installed in your PC.
The default setting for access control is deactivated. This means that all PCs that use Otherwise, you will have no access to the user interface and will receive an appropriate error message. If you have inadvertently denied all PCs access to the router, you have two options: You can completely reset the router page You can use this data to determine the best possible location for your repeater.
You can register a maximum of three repeaters to extend your WLAN. You may have to change the encryption of your wireless network, if applicable. The encryption settings on the repeater have to correspond to the settings on your router. Page Administration Configures settings for the system log page Regional Options For operating your router Gigaset AGU, you can select the location, time zone and format for entering the time and date, and you can also configure a time server for the Internet time system time.
System Password You can assign a System Password to the user interface of the router Gigaset AGU and specify the period after which a session is to be automatically ended if no further entry is made. System management Your router Gigaset AGU offers you the option of using remote management in addition to the configuration program that you access via a PC in your local network.
X x. Page Backing Up Configuration Data This means that you will have to completely reconfig- ure the router. It should then be ready for use again. First download the firmware from the Internet onto your PC. It contains important infor- mation about how the device functions and possible problems. This information can also be automatically transferred to a system log server. Page Status Information Status information Status information Information about configuration and the status of the router Gigaset AGU is dis- played in the Status menu of the router.
On the first screen you will find an overview of the status of the Internet connection, the local and wireless network, the USB interface and the device. Firmware version Firmware version currently installed on the device. Security You will find information about possible security risks for the device and the network on the Security screen in the Status menu.
Page Internet Status information other functions e. Port forwarding are not suitable. In this case, you should take the appropriate measures on the clients concerned. Information on how to avoid this security risk is given in the section "Opening the firewall for a selected PC Exposed Host " Line attenuation Line attenuation of your DSL port for incoming and outgoing data traffic. Output power Output power of your DSL port for incoming and outgoing data traffic.
The Host name and the MAC address are listed to identify each client. Information is also provided about the IP address assigned to each client and about the Lease time for the IP address, i. Page Device Status information Device You will find the most important device data on the Device screen in the Status menu.
In the Status menu, select Device: System uptime Device's operating time since the last time the system was started. System time System time for your device. Page Appendix Appendix Appendix Troubleshooting This section describes common problems and their solution. Any problems can be iden- tified from the different LED displays. If you cannot solve the connection problem after checking the LED displays, consult of the following table. Page 64 Appendix Symptom Possible cause and solutions You cannot open a connec- Either encryption has been activated on the router tion to the router from a but not on the wireless network adapter, or an wireless device.
Warning: Please bear in mind that this will return all the configuration settings to the factory settings.
All PCs in this network can communicate with each other and have access to the Internet. The series has one Ethernet LAN port.
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