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Zoom 5350 Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

Given below is full router user manual of Zoom 5350 router model. You can also download this manual in PDF Format to read later on your computer.

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Cable Modem/Router
with Wireless-N
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NOTICE
This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright, and this Manual and all the accompanying
hardware, software, and documentation are copyrighted. No part of this document may be photocopied or reproduced by
mechanical, electronic, or other means in any form.
The manufacturer does not warrant that the hardware will work properly in all environments and applications, and makes no
warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, with respect to the quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness
for a particular purpose of the software or documentation. The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to the
hardware, software, and documentation without obligation to notify any person or organization of the revision or change.
All brand and product names are the trademarks of their respective owners.
© Copyright 2011
All rights reserved.
Safety Issues & Warnings
SAFETY
This equipment is designed with the utmost care for the safety of those who install and use it. However, special attention
must be paid to the dangers of electric shock and static electricity when working with electrical equipment. All guidelines
of this and of the computer manufacture must therefore be allowed at all times to ensure the safe use of the equipment.
WARNING:
Risk of electric shock. Do
NOT
expose to water or moisture.
The cable modem is a high-performance communications device designed for home and office environments.
Do
NOT
use the cable modem outdoors. Keep the cable modem in an environment that is between 0°C and
40°C (between 32°F and 104°F).
To avoid overheating the cable modem, do
NOT
place any object on top of the cable modem.
Do
NOT
place the cable modem in a confined space.
Do
NOT
restrict the flow of air around the cable modem.
The manufacturer assumes no liabilities for damage caused by any improper use of the cable modem.
Make sure the voltages and frequency of the power outlet matches the electrical rating labels on the power
cube.
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CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
4
1
INSTALLING THE CABLE MODEM/ROUTER WITH WIRELESS-N
7
2
SETTING WIRELESS SECURITY
15
WPA/WPA2 Security
..........................................................................................................................
16
Setting Up Security Using WEP
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18
3
STATUS MENU OPTIONS
25
4
BASIC MENU OPTIONS
33
5
ADVANCED MENU OPTIONS
40
6
FIREWALL MENU OPTIONS
54
7
PARENTAL CONTROL MENU OPTIONS
62
8
WIRELESS MENU OPTIONS
70
9
VPN MENU OPTIONS
88
APPENDIX A:
HOW TO SET UP A WIRELESS NETWORK
98
APPENDIX B:
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
105
APPENDIX C:
IF YOU NEED HELP
106
APPENDIX D:
COMPLIANCE
107
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Overview
This User Manual provides instructions for connecting and configuring your Cable Modem/Router
with Wireless-N and setting up wireless and wired local area networks. It also includes details about
security, firewalls, VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) and administrative tasks.
If you have used the Quick Start flyer to set up your cable modem/router, establish an Internet
connection, and set up your local area network, you may choose to reference this User Manual for
advanced topics or to make changes to the settings you previously configured. If you haven’t
successfully set up your cable modem/router using the Quick Start, start with this manual’s
Chapter
1: Installing the Cable Modem/Router with Wireless-N
.
You can find Tips for setting up computers and other devices on a wireless network in
Appendix A:
Tips for setting up computers and other devices on a wireless network
. This appendix
supplements chapter 1.
If you want to make changes to the default WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK security settings, please refer to
Chapter 2: Setting Wireless Security
.
If you are like most users, you don’t need to read other chapters in this manual. You do want to read
other chapters if you are a network administrator or if you are using the Cable Modem/Router with
Wireless-N for gaming or something else that requires special settings.
You can skip to specific sections of this User Manual based on your intended use of the Cable
Modem/Router with Wireless-N. Each of the menu options in your Configuration Manager is
covered as a separate chapter in the remaining portion of the User Manual. Refer to the chart on the
next page to go to a specific menu option.
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Chapter
Menu
Options
Go to this section if you
want to…
See
Page
3
Status
troubleshoot problems with
the cable modem/router
25
4
Basic
make some modifications
for more advanced uses
33
5
Advanced
make use of advanced router
features supported by the
cable modem/router
40
6
Firewall
configure the firewall
application to protect the
private LAN from attacks
from the WAN interface
54
7
Parental
Control
configure access policies or
rules to specific network
devices based on the time of
day and Internet contents
62
8
Wireless
configure and use the
wireless features supported
by the cable modem/router
70
9
VPN
enable the VPN protocol
and configure IPSec tunnels,
L2TP and PPTP server
options
88
Gaming
If you are using your router for gaming, you may need to make changes to the router’s firewall
setting for the game to work. This is done by setting up a
DMZ
or using
port triggering
so that
the cable modem/router’s firewall won’t block the other players from your system during your
gaming. The main difference between the methods is the amount of access someone has to your
system.
A DMZ allows access on all ports of the computer. Because of this, DMZ's are less secure and should
be used with caution on your computer. However DMZ’s work well with gaming stations since
security is not as much of an issue for gaming stations as it is for computers.
Port triggering works by sensing when data is sent out on a predetermined outgoing port and then
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