R-ADSL-C1 (C4)

User Name admin
Password conexant
IP Address 10.0.0.2
DHCP Yes
Wireless N/A
USB Yes
Ports 1/4 Ports
MAC Address 00064F Prefix
Serial / Part No. SCB560013 Prefix
Power Supply – input 230V ~ 50Hz 34W
output 9V … 1000 mA
L.E.D/ Display DATA (x1), ADSL (1x), LAN (1x/4x), USB (1x), Pwr (1x),
Device Shell Black
Firmware Upgrade No
N.A.T Enabled
UPnP

Installation

Connect power lead to the router
Connect ADSL Cable to the router
Connect Ethernet Cable \ USB Cable from router to computer
Make sure that all firewall and/or other protections on the computer are disabled (such as norton, avg etc…)
Make sure that the computer is set to Obtain IP Address automatically
Click on START > RUN > CMD / COMMAND > Type IPCONFIG > Your IP Address should be 10.0.0.X
and the gateway should be 10.0.0.2
If not check – firewall, cables properly connected, IP Address set to obtain automatically
Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox… etc) and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
On left hand side menu under configuration click on WAN
Click on submit Adapter Pvc0
Check settings for the UK:
Encapsulation PPPoA VC MUX
VPI = 0
VCI = 38
Enter your Username and Password (provided from ISP) in the PPP Section.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and Click on SUBMIT
After the page has refreshed > Click on SAVE CONFIGURATION
Click on SAVE & REBOOT

Port Forwarding

Open your web browser and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
On left hand side menu under configuration click on Virtual Server
Type in the required port (apply same port for all port options) the type ( TCP or UDP) and the destination computers IP Address
Click on Add This Setting
On left hand side menu under configuration click on Save Settings / Reboot

Hard Reset

Click on the “Default” button on the back of the router AND HOLD IT down
Unplug the power lead > wait a few seconds and then plug it back in again
Keep holding the “Default” button down for 10 seconds more and then release it
Please leave the Router to stand for a few minutes for settings to take effect

DMZ

Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox… etc) and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
On left hand side menu under configuration click on MISC CONFIGURATION
Scroll down the sceen, and you will see a option for DMZ
Open the drop-down box, and choose ENABLE
Enter the IP Address of the computer that you want to direct the DMZ too
(the IP Address must be on the same range as the Router – typically 10.0.0.xxx range)
Click on the SUBMIT button at the bottom.
Click on SAVE SETTINGS / REBOOT, on left-hand side
Click on SAVE & REBOOT button.
The Router will now save the settings a reboot the Router.
When the ADSL light is lit and solid, then the Router is ready for use.

Change LAN IP Address

Open your web browser and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
On left hand side menu under configuration click on LAN
Change to the required IP Address and Subnet Mask on top of the page
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and Click on SUBMIT
On left hand side menu under configuration click on Save Settings / Reboot

Enable Remote Access

Open your web browser and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
On left hand side menu under Admin Privilege click on MISC CONFIGURATION
For HTTP Server access:
Choose between All / Restricted
For remote control on router leave Port 80 as it is.
For WEB Server change Port 80 to 8080
ENABLE OR DISABLE THER OPTIONS ACCORDINGLY
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and Click on SUBMIT
On left hand side menu under configuration click on Save Settings / Reboot

Non NAT

Open your web browser and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
Click on LAN
Type in the Router Static IP Address provided from ISP (instead of 10.0.0.2)
Type in the Subnet Mask as provided from ISP
Submit
Click on Left-hand-side menu on NAT and check “Disable”
Submit
Recommended to Save and Reboot
(When Logging-in again use the static IP Address of the router)

Time Configuration

First of all, you will need to know the IP Address of a Site/local server that has a time/clock Server.
You will need to log into your Router and go to:

MISC CONFIGURATION (left)

Scroll to the bottom of the page to SNTP section.
Configure the following

TIME ZONE
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
USER DEFINED TIME SERVER   enter the IP address of your chosen Time Server

Click on SUBMIT
Then click on SAVE SETTINGS AND REBOOT (left)
Then click on SAVE AND REBOOT button

Now you will need to log back into the Router and go to:

FIREWALL > TIME WINDOW

Create and enter a name for  TIME WINDOW NAME
Select  TIME PERIOD  for the firewall, then click on ADD/MODIFY THIS ENTRY
This will add a new setting into the list.
Now click on SAVE SETTINGS AND REBOOT (left)
Then click on SAVE AND REBOOT button

Check System Log

Please log into the Router
Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox… etc) and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
Down the left-hand menu, click on SYSYTEM LOG.
In the SYSTEM LOG screen, you will see the following text:
If you would like to save the log to a text file, right click here and select “Save Target As …” or “Save Link As
Click on here to see an expanded view of the LOG.
Scroll to the bottom of the log, and read from the bottom, to the top.
Can you see any error messages that state BAD USER NAME OR PASSWORD, or CHAP AUTHENTICATION FAILED?

Disable Built-in Firewall

Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox etc) and type in http://10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
On left hand side menu under ADMIN PRIVILEGE click on FIREWALL
At the bottom of the screen, you will see a option for FIREWALL – ENABLED
Open the drop-down box, and choose DISABLED
Click on the SUBMIT button.
Click on SAVE SETTINGS / REBOOT, on left-hand side
Click on SAVE & REBOOT button.
The Router will now save the settings a reboot the Router.
When the ADSL light is lit and solid, then the Router is ready for use.

Block OUTBOUND Traffic

Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox… etc) and type in 10.0.0.2
Username – admin     Password – conexant
Down the left-hand menu, click on FIREWALL
Click on OUTBOUND POLICY
Click on ADD OUTBOUND POLICY
Enter the IP Address of the computer you want to block, into the SOURCE IP field
open the drop-down box, next to SOURCE IP, and choose     SINGLE IP
open the drop-down box, next to FILTERING ACTION, and choose    DENY
Click on  ADD / MODIFY OUTBOUND POLICY