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Billion 800VGT Router
Table of Contents
CHAPTER
1:
INTRODUCTION
........................................................................................................................................
4
I
NTRODUCTION
TO
YOUR
R
OUTER
.....................................................................................................................................
4
F
EATURES
..........................................................................................................................................................................
4
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLING THE ROUTER
...................................................................................................................
7
I
MPORTANT
NOTE
FOR
USING
THIS
ROUTER
........................................................................................................................
7
P
ACKAGE
C
ONTENTS
.........................................................................................................................................................
7
T
HE
F
RONT
LED
S
..............................................................................................................................................................
8
T
HE
R
EAR
P
ORTS
...............................................................................................................................................................
9
C
ABLING
..........................................................................................................................................................................
10
CHAPTER 3:
BASIC INSTALLATION
..........................................................................................................................
11
C
ONNECTING
Y
OUR
R
OUTER
...........................................................................................................................................
12
C
ONFIGURING
PC
S
IN
W
INDOW
XP
.................................................................................................................................
13
C
ONFIGURING
PC
S
IN
W
INDOWS
2000
............................................................................................................................
14
C
ONFIGURING
PC
IN
W
INDOWS
95/98/ME
......................................................................................................................
15
C
ONFIGURING
PC
IN
W
INDOWS
NT4.0
............................................................................................................................
16
F
ACTORY
D
EFAULT
S
ETTINGS
.........................................................................................................................................
17
I
NFORMATION
FROM
YOUR
ISP
........................................................................................................................................
18
C
ONFIGURING
WITH
YOUR
W
EB
B
ROWSER
......................................................................................................................
19
CHAPTER
4:
CONFIGURATION
...................................................................................................................................
20
S
TATUS
.............................................................................................................................................................................
21
ARP
Table
...................................................................................................................................................................
21
Wireless Association Table
.........................................................................................................................................
21
Routing Table
..............................................................................................................................................................
21
DHCP Table
...............................................................................................................................................................
22
PPTP Status
................................................................................................................................................................
23
IPSec Status
................................................................................................................................................................
23
L2TP Status
.................................................................................................................................................................
24
Email Status
................................................................................................................................................................
24
VoIP Status
..................................................................................................................................................................
24
Event Log
....................................................................................................................................................................
25
Error Log
....................................................................................................................................................................
25
NAT Sessions
..............................................................................................................................................................
25
Diagnostic
..................................................................................................................................................................
26
UPnP Portmap
...........................................................................................................................................................
26
Q
UICK
S
TART
...................................................................................................................................................................
27
C
ONFIGURATION
..............................................................................................................................................................
29
LAN
-
L
OCAL
A
REA
N
ETWORK
.......................................................................................................................................
29
Bridge Interface
.........................................................................................................................................................
29
Ethernet
......................................................................................................................................................................
30
IP Alias
.......................................................................................................................................................................
30
Ethernet Client Filter
.................................................................................................................................................
31
Wireless
......................................................................................................................................................................
32
Wireless Security
........................................................................................................................................................
34
Wireless Client / MAC Address Filter
.......................................................................................................................
36
Port Setting
.................................................................................................................................................................
37
DHCP Server
.............................................................................................................................................................
38
WAN
-
W
IDE
A
REA
N
ETWORK
........................................................................................................................................
39
ISP
..............................................................................................................................................................................
39
DNS
............................................................................................................................................................................
49
ADSL
..........................................................................................................................................................................
50
S
YSTEM
............................................................................................................................................................................
52
Time Zone
...................................................................................................................................................................
52
Remote Access
............................................................................................................................................................
53
Firmware Upgrade
....................................................................................................................................................
53
Backup / Restore
........................................................................................................................................................
54
Restart Router
............................................................................................................................................................
54
User Management
......................................................................................................................................................
55
F
IREWALL
AND
A
CCESS
C
ONTROL
..................................................................................................................................
56
Packet Filter
...............................................................................................................................................................
58
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Billion 800VGT Router
Intrusion Detection
....................................................................................................................................................
64
URL Filter
..................................................................................................................................................................
66
IM / P2P Blocking
......................................................................................................................................................
68
Firewall Log
...............................................................................................................................................................
69
VPN
-
V
IRTUAL
P
RIVATE
N
ETWORKS
.............................................................................................................................
70
PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunnelling Protocol)
.............................................................................................................
70
IPSec (IP Security Protocol)
.....................................................................................................................................
78
L2TP (Layer Two Tunnelling Protocol)
....................................................................................................................
87
V
O
IP
-
V
OICE
OVER
I
NTERNET
P
ROTOCOL
......................................................................................................................
99
Wizard
........................................................................................................................................................................
99
General Settings
.......................................................................................................................................................
101
Phone Port
...............................................................................................................................................................
104
PSTN Dial Plan
........................................................................................................................................................
106
VoIP Dial Plan
.........................................................................................................................................................
109
Ring & Tone
.............................................................................................................................................................
113
Special Dial Codes
...................................................................................................................................................
114
Q
O
S
-
Q
UALITY
OF
S
ERVICE
..........................................................................................................................................
115
Prioritization
............................................................................................................................................................
115
Outbound IP Throttling (LAN to WAN)
..................................................................................................................
117
Inbound IP Throttling (WAN to LAN)
.....................................................................................................................
118
V
IRTUAL
S
ERVER
(
KNOWN
AS
P
ORT
F
ORWARDING
)
.....................................................................................................
121
Add Virtual Server
...................................................................................................................................................
122
Edit DMZ Host
.........................................................................................................................................................
124
Edit One-to-One NAT (Network Address Translation)
...........................................................................................
125
T
IME
S
CHEDULE
............................................................................................................................................................
128
Configuration of Time Schedule
..............................................................................................................................
129
A
DVANCED
....................................................................................................................................................................
130
Static Route
..............................................................................................................................................................
130
Dynamic DNS
...........................................................................................................................................................
131
Check Email
.............................................................................................................................................................
132
Device Management
................................................................................................................................................
133
IGMP
........................................................................................................................................................................
136
VLAN Bridge
............................................................................................................................................................
136
S
AVE
C
ONFIGURATION
TO
F
LASH
..................................................................................................................................
140
L
OGOUT
.........................................................................................................................................................................
141
CHAPTER 5: TROUBLESHOOTING
.............................................................................................................................
142
P
ROBLEMS
STARTING
UP
THE
ROUTER
...........................................................................................................................
142
P
ROBLEMS
WITH
THE
WAN
I
NTERFACE
........................................................................................................................
142
P
ROBLEMS
WITH
THE
LAN
I
NTERFACE
..........................................................................................................................
142
C
ONTACT
T
ELKOM
ADSL
SUPPORT
...............................................................................................................................
143
C
ONTACT
S
IZWE
B
ROADBAND
........................................................................................................................................
143
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Billion 800VGT Router
Chapter
1:
Introduction
Introduction
to
your
Router
Your
Billion 800VGT
router
is
an
“all-in-one”
ADSL
VoIP
router,
combining
an
ADSL
2/
2+
modem/router,
network
switch
and
2
telephone
ports
for
Voice
over
IP
functionality,
providing
everything
you
need
to
get
you connected
to
the
Internet
using
your
ADSL
connection.
Features
Voice
over
IP
Compliance
with
SIP
Standard
This
router
supports
cost-effective,
toll-quality
voice
calls
over
the
Internet.
It
complies
with
the
most
popular
industrial
standard,
SIP
protocol,
to
ensure
the
interoperability
with
SIP
devices
and
major
VoIP
Gateways.
This
router
supports
call
waiting,
silence
suppression,
voice
activity
detection
(VAD),
comfort
noise
generation
(CNG),
line
echo
cancellation &
caller
ID
(Bell
202,
V3).
Fixed-Line
Support
The
router
integrates
RJ-11
FXO
port
for
inbound
and
outbound
calls
transmitted
through
PSTN.
Users
can
receive
phone
calls
from
PSTN
while
enjoying
VoIP
call
service
at
the
same
time.
In
addition,
the
device
has
automatic
fallback
to
the
POTS
line
to
enable
making
normal
phone
calls
when
there
is
a
power
outage,
or
when
the
Internet
connection
is
down
(lifeline
function).
Express
Internet
Access
This
router
complies
with
ADSL
worldwide
standards.
It
supports
downstream
rate
up
to
12/24
Mbps
with
ADSL2/2+,
8Mbps
with
ADSL.
Users
can
enjoy
not
only
high-speed
ADSL
services
but
also
broadband
multimedia
applications
such
as
interactive
gaming,
video
streaming
and
real-time
audio.
It
is
compliant
with
Multi-Mode
standard
(ANSI
T1.413, Issue
2;
G.dmt
(ITU
G.992.1);
G.lite
(ITU
G.992.2);
G.hs
(ITU
G994.1);
G.dmt.bis
(ITU
G.992.3); G.dmt.bis.plus
(ITU
G.992.5)).
Virtual
Private
Network
(VPN)
This
function
allows
user
to
make
a
tunnel
with
a
remote
site
directly
to
secure
the
data
transmission
among
the
connection.
Users
can
use
the
embedded
PPTP, IPSec
or
L2TP
client/server,
which
are
supported
by
this
router
to
make
a
VPN
connection.
802.11g
Wireless
AP
with
WPA
Support
With
the
integrated
802.11g
Wireless
Access
Point,
the
router
offers
quick
and
easy
access
between
the
wired
network,
wireless
network
and
ADSL
connection
with
single
device
simplicity,
and
as
a
result,
mobility
to
the
users.
The
wireless
AP
supports
54
Mbps
802.11g
data
connections,
and
is
backward
compatible
with
existing
802.11b
equipment.
The
Wireless
Protected
Access
(WPA1
and
WPA2)
and
Wireless
Encryption
Protocol
(WEP)
features
enhance
wireless
security
and
provide
access
control..
Fast
Ethernet
Switch
A
4-port
10/100Mbps
fast
Ethernet
switch
is
built
in
with
automatic
switching
between
MDI
and
MDI-X
for
10Base-T
and
100Base-TX
ports.
An
Ethernet
straight
or
crossover
cable
can
be
used
directly
for
auto
detection.
Multi-Protocol
to
Establish
a
Connection
This
router
supports
PPPoA,
RFC
1483
encapsulation
over
ATM
(bridged
or
routed),
PPP
over
Ethernet
and
IPoA
to
establish
a
connection
with
the
ISP.
It
also
supports
VC-based
and
LLC-based
multiplexing. Furthermore the device supports multiple PPPoE connections on the
same PVC to allow for smart traffic separation.
Quick
Installation
Wizard
The router can be setup and managed by using the easy setup wizard software included on the CD
or the GUI (Graphical User Interface) imbedded on the router accessed using the router’s LAN IP
address and a standard web-browser application like Internet Explorer.
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Universal
Plug
and
Play
(UPnP)
This
protocol
is
used
to
enable
simple
and
robust
connectivity
among
stand-alone
devices
and
computers
from
many
different
vendors.
It
makes
networking
simple
and
affordable
for
users.
UPnP
architecture
leverages
TCP/IP
and
the
Web
to
enable
seamless
proximity
networking
in
addition
to
control
and
data
transfer
among
networked
devices.
With
this
feature
enabled,
users
can
now
connect
to
applications
such
as
Net
Meeting
or
MSN
Messenger
seamlessly.
Network
Address
Translation
(NAT)
This
function
allows
multiple users
to
access
outside
resources
such
as
the
Internet
simultaneously with
one
IP
address/one
Internet
access
account.
Many
application
layer
gateways
(ALG)
are supported,
such
as
web
browsing,
ICQ,
FTP,
Telnet,
E-mail,
News,
Net2phone,
Ping,
NetMeeting,
IP
phone
and
others.
SOHO
Firewall
Security
with
DoS
and
SPI
Along
with
the
built-in
NAT
natural
firewall
feature,
the
router
also
provides
advanced
hacker
pattern-filtering
protection.
It
can
automatically
detect
and
block
Denial
of
Service
(DoS)
attacks.
The
router
is
built
with
Stateful
Packet
Inspection
(SPI)
to
determine
if
a
data
packet
is
allowed
through
the
firewall
to
the
LAN.
Domain
Name
System
(DNS)
Relay
This
provides
an
easy
way
to
map
the
domain
name
(a
friendly
name
for
users
such
as
www.yahoo.com)
to
an
IP
address.
When
a
local
computer
has
its
DNS
server
IP
address
configured
to
the
router’s
IP
address,
every
DNS
conversion
request
packet
from
the
Computer
to
this
router
will
be
forwarded
to
the
real
DNS
in
the
outside
network.
Dynamic
Domain
Name
System
(DDNS)
The
Dynamic
DNS
service
allows
you
to
alias
a
dynamic
WAN
IP
address
to
a
static
hostname.
To
use
the
service,
you
must
first
apply
for
an
account
from
a
DDNS
service
like
More
than
5
different
DDNS
services
are
supported.
Quality
of
Service
(QoS)
QoS
gives
you
full
control
over
which
types
of
outgoing
data
traffic
should
be
given
priority
by
the
router,
ensuring
important
data
like
gaming
packets,
customer information,
or
management
information
move
through
the
router
at
lightning
speed,
even
under heavy
load.
The
QoS
features
are
configurable
by
source
IP
address,
destination
IP
address, protocol,
or
port.
You
can
throttle
the
speed
at
which
different
types
of
outgoing
data
pass
through the
router,
to
ensure
P2P
users
don’t
saturate
upload
bandwidth,
or
office
browsing
doesn’t
bring client
web
serving
to
a
halt.
In
addition,
or
alternatively,
you
can
simply
change
the
priority
of different
types
of
upload
data
and
let
the
router
sort
out
the
actual
speeds.
Virtual
Server
(“port
forwarding”)
Users
can
specify
some
services
to
be
visible
from
outside
users.
The
router
can
detect
incoming
service
requests
and
forward
either
a
single
port
or
a
range
of
ports
to
the
specific
local
computer
to
handle
it.
For
example,
a
user
can
assign
a
PC
in
the
LAN
to
act
as
a
WEB
server
and
expose
it
to
Internet
users.
Outside
users
can
browse
this
web
server
directly,
while
it
is
still
protected
by
NAT.
A
DMZ
host
setting
is
also
provided
to
completely
expose
a
local
computer
the
Internet.
Rich
Packet
Filtering
This
not
only
filters
the
packet
based
on
IP
address,
but
also
based
on
Port
numbers.
It
will
filter
packets
to
and
from
the
Internet,
and
provides
a
higher
level
of
security
control.
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