R-ADSL-C4-EG

User Name admin
Password password
IP Address 192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
DHCP Yes
Wireless Yes
USB N/A
Ports 4 Ports
MAC Address N/A
Serial / Part No. CZ-TAA-1R-001
Power Supply – input 230V ~ 50Hz 140mA
output 12V … 1000 mA
L.E.D/ Display PWR (1x), WAN (1x), PPPoA (1x), WAN/WIFI (1x),LAN 4, 3, 2, 1, WAN (1x)
Device Shell Grey / Silver
Firmware Upgrade Is Available
N.A.T Enabled
UPnP Enabled

 

Installation

Connect power lead to the router
Connect ADSL Cable to the routers LINE port
Connect Ethernet 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 192.168.1.X
and the gateway should be 192.168.1.1
If not check – firewall, cables properly connected, IP Address set to obtain automatically
Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, firefox etc..)and type in the address bar

192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
Username -admin     Password – password
Click on the SETUP tab (top)
(Delete the connection named CONN_0_35)
Click on New Connection on the left-hand-side menu (Under Setup)
Check settings for the UK

Encapsulation = VC MUX
Type = PPPoA
VPI  = 0
VCI  = 38
Authentication = AUTO
Enter your Username and Password (provided from ISP)
Click APPLY
Click on TOOLS (top) > SYSTEM .COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.
Click on RESTART
Please leave the Router to stand for a few minutes for settings to take effect

 

Wireless Setup WEP

 

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
Username -admin     Password – password
Click on WIRELESS (top) > Click on SETUP (left-hand).
Check that AP is enabled
Click on ‘Tick box’ to enable  ‘ENABLE AP’.
Choose a PRIMARY SSID (a description for the    connection)
CLICK on APPLY (bottom).
Now click on SECURITY (left)
Select the required Level  – WEP
Tick the box next to Enable WEP Wireless
Authentication  Type      Open
Cipher                         64Bit
Type in an Encryption Key
For example E4 1F 9A D2 C1 (make sure to leave space between pairs)
you can change the characters
numbers from 1-9 and letters A-F
NOTE: please make a note of this key.
CLICK on APPLY (bottom).
Click on TOOLS(top) > SYSTEM .COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.
Now click on RESTART Access Point

Now go to WIRELESS NETWORKS (bottom-right of screen, next to clock)
Right-click on WIRELESS NETWORKS, and click on VIEW AVAILABLE WIRELESS NETWORKS
This will open a Wireless Utility.
You will see your Routers SSID In the list
Double-click on your SSID name to connect.
You will be prompted to enter a Security Key
Enter the WEP key you created on the Router.

 

Wireless Setup WPA

Open your web browser and type in http://192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
Username -admin     Password – password
Click on WIRELESS (top) > Click on SETUP (left-hand).
Check that AP is enabled
Click on ‘Tick box’ to enable  ‘ENABLE AP’.
Choose a PRIMARY SSID (a description for the    connection)
CLICK on APPLY (bottom).
Now click on SECURITY (left)
Select the required Level  – WPA
then tick the option WPA below
Tick the option PRE SHARED KEY
Then type in an Encryption Key into the PSK STRING field
For example E4 0F 9A D2 C1  (caps lock)
you can change the characters
numbers from 1-9 and letters A-F
NOTE: please make a note of this key.
CLICK on APPLY (bottom).
Click on TOOLS(top) > SYSTEM .COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.
Now click on RESTART ACCESS POINT

Now go to WIRLESS NETWORKS (bottom-right of screen, next to clock)
Right-click on WIRLESS NETWORKS, and click on VEIW AVALABLE WIRELESS NETWORKS
This will open a Wireless Utility.
You will see your Routers SSID In the list
Double-click on your SSID name to connect.
You will be prompted to enter a Security Key
Enter the WPA key you created on the Router.

 

Enable 125Mp Wireless

To utilize the 125Mbps connection, you will need to have a Wireless Adaptor which will support up to 125Mbps.
The adaptor will need to have a Texas Instruments Chipset, for it to be compatible with the R-ADSL-C4-EG Router.

to enable 125MB mode, you will need to do the following:

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
Username -admin     Password – password
Click on WIRELESS (top) > Click on SETUP (left-hand).
tick the box for the option  4x
CLICK on APPLY (bottom).
Click on TOOLS(top) > SYSTEM .COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.
Now click on RESTART ACCESS POINT

 

Port Forwarding

open your Internet explorer, and highlight the address bar
In the address bar type   192.168.1.1/html/index1.html.
This will take you to the ADVANCED LOGIN page.
Use your existing USER NAME and PASSWORD to login to the Router.

Default: User Nam      admin
Password      password

Click on ADVANCED tab on top, then LAN CLIENTS on left-hand side.
Enter the IP ADDRESS of the computer you wish to send data to, then click on APPLY.
Now click on PORT FORWARDING on left-hand side, then click on CUSTOM PORT FORWARDING.

Now enter the following:

Application                Utility / program Name / Device Name
Protocol                   TCP and UDP
Source IP Address          0.0.0.0
Source Netmask             255.255.255.255
Destination IP Address     IP of local machine
Destination Port Start     Port number provided
Destination Port End       Port number provided
Destination Port Map       Port number provided

Once done, click on APPLY, then click on TOOLS tab on top, SYSTEM COMMANDS on left-hand side
Now click on SAVE ALL, and when the screen has re-freshed itself, click back on SYSTEM COMMANDS,
Then click on  RESTART

Now your Router should save settings and Reboot.
When the LAN/WIFI LED goes RED, then the Router is ready for use.

 

Disable Firewall

Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, firefox etc..)and type in the address bar
192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
Username -admin     Password – password
Click on the SETUP tab (top)

On the left-hand-side menu, you will see the option for New Connection (Under Setup)
Click either on  UK  or   <other connection created>
This will open the WAN CONFIGURATION| screen
Untick the option for FIREWALL
Click APPLY
Click on TOOLS (top) > SYSTEM .COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.
Click on RESTART
please leave the Router to stand for a few minutes for settings to take effect

 

Hard Reset

Hold down the “Reset” button on the underside of the router,
HOLD IT for 10 seconds, then release.
All the L.E.D’s should go OFF, then come back ON.
When the LAN/WIFI (red) light is ON and SOLID, then the Router is Ready for use

Connect Consoles (PS3/Xbox360)

Open your web browser (Internet Explorer, firefox etc..)and type in the address bar
192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
Username -admin     Password – password
Click on the SETUP tab (top)

On the left-hand-side menu, you will see the option for Advanced > UPnP

Tick the enable option.

Click APPLY
Click on TOOLS (top) > SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.
Click on RESTART
Please leave the Router to stand for a few minutes for settings to take effect.

You can then connect your console Wired/Wireless in the normal way.

WDS Configuration

PLEASE NOTE
to be able to use WDS, you will need 2 Routers that have the WDS function option.
Please disconnect the Routers from your Network, and connect the Routers to 2 separate Computers, so you can test the connection after the configuration

Log into Router 1  (typically 192.168.1.1/html/index1.html if a STATIC IP address has not been set)
Go to STATUS > PRODUCT INFORMATION
Make a note of the  AP MAC ADDRESS        example 01-0A-2B-3F-6D (CAPS)

Now repeat the above steps on Router 2, so you can make a note of the AP MAC ADDRESS of that Router

Now, whilst logged into Router 2, go to WIRELESS > SETUP
Tick  ENABLE AP
Create a PRIMARY SSID   –   example     test    (make a note of this)
Choose CHANNEL B/G  (channels 1 – 11)         (make a note of this), then click on   APPLY
Now click on WDS (left)
Change WDS MODE to     bridge
Tick the ENABLE box for UPLINK, and enter the AP MAC ADDRESS of Router 1                example 01-0A-2B-3F-6D (CAPS)
Click on  APPLY
Go to TOOLS > SYSTEM COMMANDS   and click on   SAVE ALL
When the screen has refreshed, go to   SYSTEM COMMANDS  and click on   RESTART ACCESS POINT

Now log into Router 1
Go to  WIRELESS > SETUP
Tick  ENABLE AP
Create a PRIMARY SSID   (same SSID that you created on Router 2)
Choose CHANNEL B/G     (same CHANNEL B/G that you created on Router 2), then click on  APPLY
Now click on WDS (left)
Change WDS MODE to     bridge
Tick  ACTIVATE AS ROOT
Tick the ENABLE box for DOWNLINK1, and enter the AP MAC ADDRESS of Router 2
Click on  APPLY
Go to TOOLS > SYSTEM COMMANDS   and click on   SAVE ALL
When the screen has refreshed, go to   SYSTEM COMMANDS  and click on   RESTART ACCESS POINT

If the configuration has been successful, then you should be able to PING from the Computer connected to Router 1, to the Computer connected
to Router 2.(disconnected from the Network)
You should also be able to PING either of the two Routers from both of the Computers.

 

Firmware Upgrade

Please download the attached file to your desktop
Unzip the files to a new FOLDER on your Desktop, and call the folder    UPGRADE
Open Internet Explorer, and type      (example)  192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
(NOTE: you need to add the extension   /html/index1.html    to the end of the IP Address you use, to log into your Router – this will take you to the ADVANCED MENUS)
Log into the Router using your usual login USER NAME and PASSWORD.
Default: User Name     admin
Password      password
Click on TOOLS tab on the top of the page
Click on UPDATE GATEWAY on left-hand side, then click on BROWSE
Browse to the Folder named UPGRADE, and highlight the file      sfw_amd_upgrade.img   then click on OPEN
Now click on UPDATE GATEWAY button

The process can take up to 7 – 8 minutes, so please be patient. When your TASKBAR tells you ‘’LOCAL AREA CONNECTION IS NOW CONNECTED’’,
and when the LAN/WI-FI LED  finally turns RED, then the Router will need to be rebooted.

Now log into the Router using the method explained above
Click on TOOLS tab on the top of the page
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS on left-hand side, click on RESTORE DEFAULTS, then click on O.K
Again, the Router will take a bit of time rebooting (1-2 minutes), and when the LAN/WI-FI LED  finally turns RED, then the Router is ready for use.

 

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Please download the attached file to your desktop
Unzip the files to a new FOLDER on your Desktop, and call the folder    UPGRADE
Open Internet Explorer, and type      (example)  192.168.1.1/html/index1.html
(NOTE: you need to add the extension   /html/index1.html    to the end of the IP Address you use, to log into your Router – this will take you to the ADVANCED MENUS)
Log into the Router using your usual login USER NAME and PASSWORD.
Default: User Name     admin
Password      password
Click on TOOLS tab on the top of the page
Click on UPDATE GATEWAY on left-hand side, then click on BROWSE
Browse to the Folder named UPGRADE, and highlight the file      sfw_amd_upgrade.img   then click on OPEN
Now click on UPDATE GATEWAY button

The process can take up to 7 – 8 minutes, so please be patient. When your TASKBAR tells you ‘’LOCAL AREA CONNECTION IS NOW CONNECTED’’,
and when the LAN/WI-FI LED  finally turns RED, then the Router will need to be rebooted.

Now log into the Router using the method explained above
Click on TOOLS tab on the top of the page
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS on left-hand side, click on RESTORE DEFAULTS, then click on O.K
Again, the Router will take a bit of time rebooting (1-2 minutes), and when the LAN/WI-FI LED  finally turns RED, then the Router is ready for use.