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Web-based Configuration Guide

AR650, AR1600, and AR6100 V300R003

This document describes how to configure and maintain your routers using the web platform.
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Product Function Overview

Product Function Overview

The web platform provides various functions.

  • Flexible local area network (LAN) access, implementing secure isolation among LANs.

    You can quickly construct LANs on a network without changing hardware or communication cables. You can use a station (STA) to connect to a LAN over a wireless local area network (WLAN). No network cable is required between the STA and the LAN, which is a great advantage when cabling is restricted. You can also configure different WLANs, access rights, and security mechanisms for different departments. For example, configure a dedicated WLAN name for visitors.

  • Diversified wide area network (WAN) functions and flexible access authentication methods.

    You can access the Internet through uplink interfaces, including Ethernet interfaces, digital subscriber line (DSL) interfaces, and 3G interfaces. After accessing the Internet, you can chat online, receive and send emails, and obtain required information.

  • Rich IP services, ensuring transmission of enterprise service data.

    IP services include Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server, DHCP relay, Network Address Translation (NAT), domain name system (DNS) dynamic domain resolution, IP accounting, and route querying. These IP services facilitate user communication.

  • Comprehensive security mechanisms, ensuring security of the enterprise intranet.

    Security mechanisms include access control list (ACL), firewall, security protection, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), public key infrastructure (PKI), Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) and network behavior management. These mechanisms ensure user access security.

  • Quality of service (QoS), managing traffic, limiting the traffic rate on interfaces, and allowing high-priority services to be transmitted first.

  • Virtual private network (VPN), ensuring secure data transmission.

    VPNs ensure security of data transmission between the enterprise intranet and remote users, enterprise branches, commercial partners, or suppliers. The web platform supports VPN functions including Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) and Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP).

  • Basic IPPBX services, providing basic voice services for enterprises.

    Basic IPPBX services include the incoming call service, outgoing call service, and short number dialing, which save voice communication costs.

  • Supplementary IPPBX services, providing supplementary voice services for enterprises.

    Supplementary IPPBX services include interactive voice response (IVR), calling number restriction, and ringback tone (RBT), which enrich communication methods for enterprises.

  • System Management services, supporting device reboot, upgrade, patch installation, factory settings restoration, and so on.
  • User Management services, providing services for an administrator to create, modify, and delete local users.
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Updated: 2019-04-12

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