Eminent EM4420 Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

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MANUAL
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EM4420 - Cable and DSL Router
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EM4420 - Cable and DSL Router
Warnings and points of attention
Opening a product and/or products may cause serious injuries! Always have products
repaired by qualified Eminent personnel!
Table of contents
1.0 Warranty conditions
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2.0 Introduction
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2.1 Functions and features
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2.2 Packing contents
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3.0 Configuring using the installation wizard
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4.0 Manually configuring the router
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4.1 Connecting the router using a network cable
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4.2 Manually configuring the router for the Internet
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4.3 Configuration for a DHCP Internet connection
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4.4 Configuration for a PPTP Internet connection
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4.5 Configuration for a PPPoE Internet connection
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5.0 Checking the status of the router
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6.0 Firewall settings
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6.1 Opening ports in the firewall
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6.2 Disabling the firewall
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6.3 Opening ports automatically in the firewall
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6.4 Parental control, blocking websites
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7.0 Frequently asked questions
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8.0 Service and Support
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1.0 Warranty conditions
The five-year Eminent warranty applies for all Eminent products unless mentioned
otherwise before or during the moment of purchase. When having bought a second-
hand Eminent product the remaining period of warranty is measured from the moment
of purchase by the product’s first owner. The Eminent warranty applies to all Eminent
products and parts inextricably connected to and/or mounted on the main product.
Power supply adapters, batteries, antennas and all other products not integrated in or
directly connected to the main product and/or products of which, without reasonable
doubt, can be assumed that wear and tear show a different pattern than the main
product are not covered by the Eminent warranty. Products are not covered by the
Eminent warranty when exposed to incorrect/improper use, external influences and/or
when opened by parties other than Eminent.
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2.0 Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of this high-quality Eminent product! This product
has undergone extensive testing by Eminent’s technical experts. Should you
experience any problems with this product, you are covered by a five-year Eminent
warranty. Please keep this manual and the receipt in a safe place.
Register this product now on www.eminent-online.com and receive product updates!
2.1 Functions and features
Are you looking for a way to share your cable or DSL Internet connection with other
users in an easy way? Then the Eminent Broadband Router is exactly what you need!
With this device you can use and share your Internet connection and files with multiple
roommates or family members.
2.2 Packing contents
The following parts need to be present in the packing:
EM4420, Cable and DSL router.
Power adapter.
UTP network cable.
Manual.
Installation CD-rom.
3.0 Configuring using the installation wizard
The easiest way to configure the router is by using the installation wizard, as
explained in this chapter. If you do not wish to use the wizard as found on the CD-rom,
you can also configure the router manually.
Before configuring the router first consult your personal Internet information (such as
your username and password). This information was given to you by your provider.
You will need it to configure the router.
1.
Turn on the computer.
2.
Insert the enclosed CD-rom in the CD-rom player.
3.
The wizard will automatically start.
4.
Follow the instructions on your screen till the installation has been finished. You
now have a working Internet connection.
Attention! The settings will now be transferred to your router. You should be able to
access the Internet after about 3 minutes.
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4.0 Manually configuring the router
4.1 Connecting the router using a network cable
1.
Shut down your computer.
2.
Connect the router to a power outlet using the provided power adapter.
3.
Connect your Internet modem to the ‘WAN’ port of your router using a network
cable.
4.
You can connect your computer(s) to LAN ports 1 to 4 using network cables.
4.2 Manually configuring the router for the Internet
Before configuring the router first consult your personal Internet information. This
information was given to you by your provider. You will need it to configure the router.
1.
Open your Internet browser.
2.
Enter ‘http://192.168.1.1’ in the address bar.
3.
Press ‘Enter’ on your keyboard.
4.
Leave the field ‘username’ blank.
5.
Leave the field ‘password’ blank.
6.
Click ‘Ok’ to open the web page of the router.
7.
Click ‘Next’ in the opening page.
8.
Select the correct connection method.
4.3 Configuration for a DHCP Internet connection
Examples of providers who use a DHCP Internet connection are @home, Chello,
Casema, Zeelandnet, Quicknet and ADSL providers that use a Speedtouch 510 or
530 modem.
1.
Enable the checkbox near ‘Obtain an IP automatically’.
2.
Click ‘Next’.
3.
Enter a ‘Hostname’ if required by your provider.
4.
Enter a ‘Domain name’ if required by your provider.
5.
Click the ‘Clone MAC’ button.
6.
Click ‘Save’ to save the settings.
4.4 Configuration for a PPTP Internet connection
PPTP Internet connections are utilized by ADSL providers that connect to the Internet
using a Speedtouch Home modem.
1.
Enable the checkbox near ‘PPP Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)’
2.
Click ‘Next’.
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3.
Enter your Internet username in the ‘PPTP Account’ field (for instance:
user@ADSL-comfort).
4.
Enter your Internet password in the ‘PPTP Password’ field.
5.
Enable the checkbox near ‘IP address’.
6.
Enter ‘10.0.0.138’ in the ‘IP Address’ field.
7.
Enter ‘1400’ in the ‘MTU’ field.
8.
Click ‘Next’.
9.
Enable the checkbox near ‘Ethernet Broadband, fixed IP address provided by
ISP.
10.
Enter ’10.0.0.150’ in the ‘IP Address’ field.
11.
Enter ‘255.255.255.0’ in the ‘Subnet’ field.
12.
Enter ’10.0.0.138’ in the ‘Gateway’ field.
13. Click ‘Next’.
14.
Click ‘Save’ to save the settings.
4.5 Configuration for a PPPoE Internet connection
PPPoE Internet connections are used, amongst others, by Kabelfoon, UPC and Tele2.
1.
Enable the checkbox ‘ADSL Virtual Dial-up (PPPoE)’.
2.
Enter your Internet username in the ‘Username’ field.
3.
Enter your Internet password in the ‘Password’ field.
4.
Click ‘Next’.
5.
Click ‘Save’ to save the settings.
5.0 Checking the status of the router
1.
Open your Internet browser.
2.
Enter ‘http://192.168.1.1’ in the address bar.
3.
Press ‘Enter’ on your keyboard.
4.
Leave the field ‘username’ blank.
5.
Leave the field ‘password’ blank.
6.
Click ‘Ok’ to open the web page of the router.
7.
Click ‘Running Status’ in the menu.
WAN Status
WAN Link Type
Shows the WAN connection type.
WAN IP
Shows the IP address you received from your provider.
Submask
Shows the subnet mask that comes with your IP address.
Secondly DNS
Shows the secondary DNS address of your provider.
Linked Time
Shows how long the connection has been up.
Link status
Indicates if your router is connected to the Internet.
Hostname
Shows the host name as configured
Gateway
Shows the gateway address of your provider
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