BR-6004W-G2M

BR6004W-G2M Cable Broadband Router

User Name admin
Password admin
IP Address 192.168.1.1
DHCP Yes
Wireless Yes – MIMO
USB N/A
Ports INTERNET (1x), LAN (4x)
MAC Address 00E0E0005672
Serial / Part No. KN-0108000000160
Power Supply – input 100-240V ~ 50/60 Hz 0.3A
output 5V … 1000 mA
L.E.D/ Display PWR (!x), WLAN (1x), M1 (1x), LAN1~4 (4x), WAN (1x)
Device Shell Black / Silver shell – branded – Dynamode / Mimo Router
Firmware Upgrade No
N.A.T Enabled
UPnP Enabled

 

New Device Installation

Connect the DSL Cable coming from your Original Modem, to the router (port on far left side)
Connect Ethernet Cable from router to computer
Connect power lead to the router

please make sure that there are no other cables connecting your Virgin Modem, to your 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
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
on this screen you should see settings for:
WAN IP                example 215.136.28.99
DNS                example 194.168.4.100
SECONDARY DNS            example 194.168.8.100
If you do see this information, then close the Internet Explorer Window, wait a few seconds, then re-open the Explorer
Can you now access the Internet?

If NO, then you will need to try the following:

Turn off / Power down all devices – the Dynamode Router, the Original Modem and your Computer.
Now reboot the devices in the following order:
1.       Switch on the Dynamode Router and leave it to boot up for approx. 2 minutes.
2.       Switch on your Computer and leave it to boot up to the Main Desktop screen.
3.       Finally, switch on your Original modem and leave it to boot up for a few minutes.
Once this has been done, open your Web-Browser on the Computer.
Do you have Internet Connectivity ?

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.

 

 

Change LAN IP Address

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
Click on the LAN tab (top)
This will put you on the LAN SETTINGS screen
Change the IP ADDRESS and SUBNET MASK details, to match the settings of your network

NOTE: if the option   THE ROUTER ACTS AS DHCP SERVER   is ticked, then the Router will issue IP Addresses to
any computer connected physically to the Router.

Once settings have been amended, click on OK at the bottom, then click on CONTINUE
now click on SYSTEM (top) > CONFIGURATION TOOLS (left-hand menu)
tick the option RESTART SYSTEM, then click on O.K

Check SYSTEM LOG for errors

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
Click on SYSTEM LOG (left-hand)
This will show the System Log screen

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.

Wireless Setup – WEP

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
click on the WIRELESS tab (top)
this will open the BASIC CONFIGURATION screen
configure the settings, as follows:
WLAN MODE    ACCESS POINT
SSID        highlight the SSID name, and delete it.
now create a new name you will remember for the Wireless Connection
CHANNEL             11
SSID BROADCAST ENABLED   ticked
Now click on OK, then click on CONTINUE

Now click on WEP (left-hand)
configure the settings, as follows:
WEP ENCRYPTION                  64bits 10 HEX DIGITS

put the cursor into the KEY 1 window, and enter the following:
(lower-case)   e45f9ad2c1

DEFAULT TRANSMISSION KEY – Key 1  must be ticked also.
Now click on OK, then click on CONTINUE

Now click on SECURITY (left-hand)
configure the settings, as follows:
SECURITY MODE        WEP
WPA-PSK PASSPHRASE     (default) passphrase
WPA-G REKEY INTERVAL    0
WPA DATA ENCRYTION    TKIP / AES
Now click on OK, then click on CONTINUE
now click on SYSTEM (top) > CONFIGURATION TOOLS (left-hand menu)            tick the option RESTART SYSTEM, then click on O.K

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 WEP key you created on the Router.

Wireless Setup – WPA

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
click on the WIRELESS tab (top)
this will open the BASIC CONFIGURATION screen
configure the settings, as following
WLAN MODE        ACCESS POINT
SSID            highlight the SSID name, and delete it.
now create a new name you will remember for the Wireless Connection
CHANNEL            11
SSID BROADCAST ENABLED   ticked
Now click on OK, then click on CONTINUE

Now click on SECURITY (left-hand)
configure the settings, as follows:
SECURITY MODE        WPA
WPA-PSK PASSPHRASE    e40f9ad2c1
WPA-G REKEY INTERVAL    0
WPA DATA ENCRYTION    TKIP / AES
Now click on OK, then click on CONTINUE
now click on SYSTEM (top) > CONFIGURATION TOOLS (left-hand menu)
tick the option RESTART SYSTEM, then click on O.K

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.

DMZ

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
click on NAT (top) > DMZ (left-hand)
tick the option   ENABLED
enter the IP Address of the new device into the following window
IP ADDRESS OF VIRTUAL DMZ HOST
Now click on OK, then click on CONTINUE
now click on SYSTEM (top) > CONFIGURATION TOOLS (left-hand menu)
tick the option RESTART SYSTEM, then click on O.K

Change MTU setting

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
Click on WAN (top)
Click on CONNECTED TYPE (left)
On this screen, you will see an option for MTU
Please highlight and delete the value in this window
Now enter the MTU value supplied by your ISP
Once settings have been amended, click on OK at the bottom, then click on CONTINUE
now click on SYSTEM (top) > CONFIGURATION TOOLS (left-hand menu)
tick the option RESTART SYSTEM, then click on O.K

How to obtain DNS server addreses from router 

You may be experiencing a DNS issue.
You will need to set STATIC DNS addresses to enable you to view all websites.
To do this, you will need to do the following:

Open your web browser and type in 192.168.1.1
Username -admin     Password – admin
this will open the Routers Web-Interface
you should see the SYSTEM STATUS screen
on this screen you should see settings for:

DNS                    example 194.168.4.100
SECONDARY DNS                example 194.168.8.100

Please make a note of theses setting, then close the Internet Explorer screen

Now do the following

(under Windows XP)
Go to START > CONTROL PANEL > NETWORK CONNECTIONS
In this screen you should see an Icon for either LOCAL AREA CONNECTION or WIRELESS ADAPTOR LOCAL AREA CONNECTION.
Right-click on LOCAL AREA CONNECTION or WIRELESS ADAPTOR LOCAL AREA CONNECTION (active connection), and go to PROPERTIES.
Hightlight  INTERNET PROTOCOL TCP/IP, then click on PROPERTIES.
Click on  USE THE FOLLOWING IP ADDRESS, then enter the following:

IP ADDRESS            192.168.1.150
SUBNET MASK            255.255.255.0
DEFAULT GATEWAY            192.168.1.1

Now click on USE THE FOLLOWING DNS SERVER ADDRESSES, then enter the following:

PREFERED DNS SERVER         enter details obtained from router – DNS
ALTERNATIVE DNS SERVER        enter details obtained from router – SECONDARY DNS

Now click on OK, and close the other opened menus

Reboot procedure

Turn off / Power down all devices – the Dynamode Router, your Original Modem and your Computer.
Now reboot the devices in the following order:

1.       Switch on the Dynamode Router and leave it to boot up for approx. 2 minutes.
2.       Switch on your  Computer and leave it to boot up to the Main Desktop screen.
3.       Finally, switch on your Original modem and leave it to boot up for a few minutes.

Once this has been done, open your Web-Browser on the Computer.
Do you have Internet Connectivity ?