Hama DR-20 Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

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00049079
DSL/Breitband Router DR-20
DSL/Broadband Router DR-20
Routeur DR-20 DSL / large bande
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Instruction Manual for DR-20 DSL/Broadband Router
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Installation instructions:
Before you begin, make sure that you have received your DSL user data from your Internet
provider. You also require an additional ADSL modem with an Ethernet connection.
Caution!
The external ADSL modem may not be a USB device; otherwise you cannot use our router will it!
In the box:
1x
Hama DR-20 DSL/broadband router with integrated USB print server
1x
Power supply unit
1x
Driver CD-ROM
1x
Assembly material for wall attachment
1x
Operating instructions printout
1.
Installing the Hardware
Using network cable, connect your external ADSL modem to the terminal with the name
WAN
at
the back of the
DR-20 DSL/broadband router. Where possible, use a CAT 5 STP network cable to
ensure a smooth connection.
Connect the computer(s) that you would like to connect to the Internet using the router. Insert a
suitable network cable (patch or crossover cable CAT5 STP) in your network card on the PC and
connect the other end to the terminal with the numbers 1 – 4 at the rear of the DR-20
DSL/broadband router.
LED
Status
Explanation
WAN
Illuminat
ed
The WAN port has generated a correct Internet connection
Flashing Data transfer via WAN port
Off
No connection
LAN1-4
Illuminat
ed
The corresponding LAN port has generated a correct network
connection
Flashing
Data transfer via respective LAN port
Off
No connection
USB
Illuminat
ed
A USB device is connected
Off
No USB device is connected or recognized
POWER Illuminat
ed
Power unit is connected and supplying electricity
Off
No power unit connected, device not being supplied with
electricity
Plug the power unit supplied into an empty socket and connect it to the DR-20 DSL/broadband
router.
Caution:
Only use the power unit, which is supplied with the product.
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Rear view of DR-20 DSL/broadband router
DC In:
Connection for the supplied power supply unit
USB Printer:
USB printer port for connecting your printer using a USB cable
1 – 4:
Network cable connection of the computer or switch/hub
WAN:
For connecting the external DSL modem using a network cable
Reset:
If you hold Reset pressed longer than 5 seconds, the router is automatically reset to
the factory settings.
The hardware installation is now complete.
2.
Installing the Software
The TCP/IP protocol
must be installed on all PCs or notebooks that are to use the Internet. By
default, the IP address
192.168.1.1
and an
activated DHCP server
are configured for the router.
That means that the connected PCs are automatically given
appropriate addresses
and
other
settings
. We recommend using these. Select the
TCP/IP setting Get IP address automatically
for
all PCs or notebooks connected to the router. You can then configure the router
using the web
browser
. The browser must be
Java-capable
and the Java function must be activated (e.g. Internet
Explorer 5.5 or higher, or Netscape 7.0 or higher, Opera 6.0, Firefox 1.0, etc.).
To start the configuration process, open your browser and enter
192.168.1.1
as the address. The
login window
is displayed.
The preset username is:
admin
password:
admin
After making the entry, click
OK
. The
Basic Setup DHCP
window opens.
The router must now be configured for the corresponding
ADSL protocols
. Access via
PPPoE
(Germany), PPTP (Austria) and Static IP
is described in the following pages. If you are not sure
which
ADSL protocol
you must use, contact your Internet provider.
Access via PPPoE:
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Select the first option
Get IP address automatically (PPPoE)
.
Leave the
host name
and
domain name
blank. You must specify your
Internet provider
.
Private IP Address:
You can allocate
your internal IP address range
here. We recommend that
you do not change anything.
User Name:
Your
User name
(that your Internet provider assigned you)
Password:
Your
password
ISP:
The
name of your Internet provider
e.g.
T-Online
MTU:
You can generally leave the standard
149
, but certain Internet providers
require other values.
For example:
T-Online =
1492
AOL =
1400
Freenet =
1454
1&1=
1492
Q-DSL=
1454
Arcor=
1488
Tiscali=
1492 (for DSL volumes)
Tiscali=
1492 (for DSL flatrate)
Connect on demand:
If you
enable
this option, the router
automatically dials into the Internet
as
soon as your browser or a program opens that attempts to connect to the
Internet.
Disconnect when network idle:
Enter the
number of minutes
after which
the router should
disconnect the Internet connection when it is idle
.
Important information for DSL users who are billed based on data volume:
Please keep in mind that there are many
background programs
that
connect to the Internet
despite your browser being closed
and therefore the
connection is not disconnected
. Such
background programs are for example,
virus scanners
,
Windows Media Player
,
Windows
Update
and
trojans
. Therefore, so you are not surprised by an
excessive Internet bill
,
switch off
the router after you are finished using the Internet
to be completely sure that
no unwanted
connections can occur
.
Note T-Online users:
The
user name
consists of: the
12-digit connection ID, T-Online number
(if this is shorter than
12 digits, you must complete it with the # symbol),
4-digit user number
(e.g. 0001) and then
@t-
online.de
. Enter all components
consecutively without spaces
. The password is your
T-Online
access password
.
Note for AOL customers:
The
user name
consists of
your
AOL name
and
@de.aol.com
(Germany). For example:
J.Smith@de.aol.com
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The
MTU entry
must be changed to
1400
.
The
AOL
access
must be set to
TCP/IP
.
See also
www.aol.de/zugang/_include/inst_router.pdf
To save your settings, click
Apply
. The
basic
configuration
process is now complete.
PPTP configuration (Austria):
Select the first option
PPTP Client
.
IP Address:
Enter the
IP Address
that you
received
from
your Internet provider
.
Subnet Mask:
Enter the
Subnet Mask
that you
received
from
your Internet provider
.
Default Gateway:
Enter the
Gateway Address
that you
received
from
your Internet provider
.
User ID:
Enter your
User name.
Password:
Enter your
password
.
PPTP Server:
Enter the
IP Address of your Internet provider’s PPTP server
.
MTU:
Enter the
MTU.
Generally, you can use the
standard value
, unless your
provider requires another value.
Idle Time Out:
Time displayed in minutes
after which the connection is to be disconnected
when it is idle
.

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