R-ADSL-C4W-G (AWR2440)

User Name Admin
Password Admin
IP Address 192.168.1.1
DHCP Yes
Wireless AP Enabled
USB N/A
Ports 4 Ports
MAC Address 0009F37 Prefix
Serial / Part No. AWR-2440
Power Supply – input 230V ~ 50Hz 140mA
output 7.5V … 1500 mA
L.E.D/ Display PWR (1x), WLan (1x),  LAN Ports (4x), ADSL (x1)
Device Shell Black
Firmware Upgrade No
N.A.T
UPnP N/A

 

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 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 and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
If a “OnePage Configuration” comes up instead > Make sure that the settings
are correct and Enter your ISP Username and Password in the required spaces.
Or Click Advanced and continue below
Click on New Connection on the left-hand-side menu (Under Setup)
Check settings for the UK:
Encapsulation PPPoA VC MUX
VPI = 0
VCI = 38
Enter your Username and Password (provided from ISP)
Click APPLY
Click on Tools > System Commands > Save all
Same Page > Click on RESTART

Bad ISP Username / Password entered?

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
Click on STATUS (top) > SYSTEM LOG (left-hand)
On the SYSTEM LOG page, you will see two windows.
Scroll to the bottom of the first window, and read the log from the bottom, to the top.
Can you see any errors stating BAD USER NAME AND PASSWORD,
or CHAPS AUTHENTICATION FAILED?

Wireless Setup – WEP

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
Click on Advanced > Wireless security
Select the required Level
WEP(for example)
Enable WEP Wireless Security
Type in Encryption Key

Click on Tools > System Commands > Save all
Same Page > Click on Restart Access Point

Port Forwarding

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
Add a New LAN Client:
Click on Advanced
Click on LAN Clients
Add the New IP Address
Apply
Click on Port Forwarding
Choose the Connection
Choose the LAN IP
Search for the Rule or Create a new one by Clicking on User
Click on NEW > Name the rule > Enter the required Ports
Apply
Click on Port Forwarding
Choose the Connection
Choose the LAN IP
Click on User and add the New rule to the “Applied Rules” Table
Click on Tools > System Commands > Save all
Same Page > Click on RESTART

Hard Reset

On the rear of the Router, there is a DEFAULT button.
Take a PIN, or a PEN, and with the Power cable connected, press down the DEFAULT button
Hold the DEFAULT button down for at least 5 seconds, then release the button.
All, but the Power LED will go out, then the Router will reset itself.
leave the Router standing for a few minutes, for the RESET to take effect before use.

Change LAN IP address

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
Click on Setup > Click on Management IP
Chane the settings as required
Apply
Click on Tools > System Commands > Save all
Same Page > Click on RESTART

Non-NAT

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
***Click on Management IP > Enter the routers Static IP Address as provided by ISP
Including Subnet Mask
Log Back in using the Static IP Address and the same username and password
Click on Firewall / NAT Services
Uncheck Enable Firewall and NAT Service
Apply

DMZ

Right Click on Network Places > properties or Click on Start > Connect to > all connections
Right Click on the Local Area Network that you are using >Properties
Click on TCP/IP > Properties
Choose to use the specific IP Address
IP Address: 192.168.1.50
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Dns Server 192.168.1.1
Click on OK
Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -Admin     Password – Admin
Click on Advanced
Click on LAN Clients
Add the New IP Address (192.168.1.50)
Apply
Click on Advanced
Click on Port Forwarding
Click on DMZ
Selesct the Lan IP address  (192.168.1.50)
Check Enable DMZ
Apply
Click on Tools > System Commands > Save all
System Commands > Click on Restart

Setup Remote Access

Log into your Router.
Click on ADVANCED (top) > ACCESS CONTROL (left-hand)
Click on the Tick Box to enable ‘ENABLE ACCESS CONTROL’
Click on the WEB Tick Box under WAN list, to allow connection
Now enter the IP ADDRESS of the computer you wish to remotely access from,
into the drop-down box next to  ‘NEW IP’
Click on the ADD button to enter settings
Now click on APPLY at bottom of screen
Click on TOOLS (top) > SYSTEM .COMMANDS (left-hand) > click on SAVE ALL.
Click on SYSTEM COMMANDS (left-hand) again.

NOTE:     If your Router is WIRELESSLY ENABLED, then you will need to click on
RESTART ACCESS POINT

If your Router is NOT wirelessly enabled, then you will click on
RESTART

Once this has been done, the Router will reset itself.
When the ADSL light on the Router is LIT and SOLID, then the Router is ready for use.