Your changes have been saved. The router must be rebooted for the
changes to take effect. You can reboot now, or you can continue to make
other changes and reboot later.
this section to configure the guest zone settings of your router. The
guest zone provide a separate network zone for guest to access Internet.
Note: Only Administrator has access to these functionalities.
Enable Guest Zone :
Include LAN Port :
Wireless Band :
Include Wireless :
Wireless Network Name :
(Also called the SSID)
Enable Routing Between Zones:
Equal to Wireless Network
Lower than Wireless Network
WEP is the wireless encryption standard. To use it
you must enter the same key(s) into the router and the wireless
stations. For 64 bit keys you must enter 10 hex digits into each key
box. For 128 bit keys you must enter 26 hex digits into each key box. A
hex digit is either a number from 0 to 9 or a letter from A to F. For the most
secure use of WEP set the authentication type to "Shared Key" when WEP
You may also enter any text string into a WEP key
box, in which case it will be converted into a hexadecimal key using the ASCII
values of the characters. A maximum of 5 text characters can be entered for
64 bit keys, and a maximum of 13 characters for 128 bit keys.
If you choose the WEP security option this device
will ONLY operate in Legacy Wireless mode (802.11B/G).
This means you will NOT get 11N performance due to the fact that WEP
is not supported by the Draft 11N specification.
WEP Key Length :
64 bit (10 hex digits)
128 bit (26 hex digits)
(length applies to all keys)
WEP Key 1 :
WEP Key 2 :
WEP Key 3 :
WEP Key 4 :
Default WEP Key :
WEP Key 1
WEP Key 2
WEP Key 3
WEP Key 4
Use WPA or WPA2
mode to achieve a balance of strong security and best compatibility.
This mode uses WPA for legacy clients while maintaining higher security
with stations that are WPA2 capable. Also the strongest cipher that the
client supports will be used. For best security, use WPA2 Only
mode. This mode uses AES(CCMP) cipher and legacy stations are not
allowed access with WPA security. For maximum compatibility, use WPA Only. This mode uses TKIP cipher. Some gaming and legacy devices work only in this mode.
To achieve better wireless performance use WPA2 Only security mode (or in other words AES cipher).
WPA Mode :
Auto (WPA or WPA2)
Cipher Type :
TKIP and AES
Group Key Update Interval :
Enter an 8- to 63-character alphanumeric pass-phrase. For good security
it should be of ample length and should not be a commonly known phrase.
Pre-Shared Key :
When WPA enterprise is enabled, the router uses EAP (802.1x) to authenticate clients via a remote RADIUS server.
Authentication Timeout :
RADIUS server IP Address :
RADIUS server Port :
RADIUS server Shared Secret :
MAC Address Authentication :
Optional backup RADIUS server :
Second RADIUS server IP Address :
Second RADIUS server Port :
Second RADIUS server Shared Secret :
Second MAC Address Authentication :
Use this section to configure the quest zone settings of your router.
The quest zone provide a separate network zone for guest to access
Router IP Address :
Default Subnet Mask :
Enable the function to prevent one guest client to access other clients
in the Guest Zone. The guest client can access to the Internet only.
Enable Client Isolation :
Use this section to enable routing between Host Zone and Guest Zone,
Guest clients can not access Host clients' data without enable the
Enable Routing Between Zones :
Use this section to configure the built-in DHCP server to assign IP address to the computers on your network.
Enable DHCP Server :
DHCP IP Address Range :
(addresses within the LAN subnet)
DHCP Lease Time :
this section to lock all PC clients which are on network to an IP/MAC
address bundle list, only PCs on the list can access the network after
enable the function. It makes sure that no unauthorized client can
access Guest Zone network.
Enable Lock Client List :