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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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Internet Access Wizard

Internet Access Wizard

Procedure

  1. Select the access type.

    1. Choose Configuration Wizard > Internet Access Wizard.

    2. Set parameters on the Select Access Type tab page. The parameters are as described in Table 10-2.

      Figure 10-1  Select Access Type

    3. Click Next.

    Table 10-1  Selecting the access type
    Parameter Description
    Select Access Type Internet access method.
    • Set this parameter to Ethernet Interface when you use an Ethernet interface to access the Internet. For details about access parameters of an Ethernet interface, see Table 10-2.
    • Set this parameter to DSL Interface when you use a DSL interface to access the Internet. For details about access parameters of a DSL interface, see Table 10-3.
      NOTE:
      The value DSL Interface is available only when the router is inserted with a DSL card.
    • Set this parameter to 3G/LTE Interface when you use a 3G/LTE interface to access the Internet. For details about access parameters of a 3G/LTE interface, see Table 10-4.
      NOTE:
      The value 3G/LTE Interface is available only when the router is inserted with a 3G/LTE data card.
    Access interface Interface used to access the Internet.

  2. Set access parameters.

    1. Set parameters on the Set Access Parameters tab page. The parameters are described in the following tables.

    2. Click Next.

    • Figure 10-2  Connect to the WAN using an Ethernet interface (Manual IP configuration)

    • Figure 10-3  Connect to the WAN using an Ethernet interface (PPP dialup)

    • Figure 10-4  Connect to the WAN using an Ethernet interface (Dynamic IP address)

    • Figure 10-5  Connect to the WAN using a 3G/LTE interface

    Table 10-2  Configuring access parameters of an Ethernet interface
    Parameter Description
    NAT status NAT enabled when private PCs on the LAN are connected to the Internet.
    Access mode Internet access mode.
    • Set this parameter to Manual IP configuration when the interface IP address is manually configured, as shown in Figure 10-2. For details about static IP address parameters, see Table 10-5.
    • Set this parameter to PPP dialup when the interface obtains an IP address through Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) negotiation, as shown in Figure 10-3. For details about PPP dialup parameters, see Table 10-6.
    • Set this parameter to Dynamic IP address when the interface automatically obtains an IP address through DHCP, as shown in Figure 10-4.
    Table 10-3  Configuring access parameters of a DSL interface
    Parameter Description
    NAT status NAT enabled when private PCs on the LAN are connected to the Internet.
    PVC(VPI/VCI) Permanent virtual circuit (PVC) used by a link.
    Encapsulation type ATM Adaptation Layer Type 5 (AAL5) encapsulation type of the PVC.
    • Set this parameter to aal5snap when multiple protocols need to be transmitted over a single PVC.

    • Set this parameter to aal5mux when each protocol runs on an independent PVC.

    Access mode Internet access mode:
    • Manual IP configuration: Users access the Internet in IP over ATM (IPoA) mode, and the interface IP address must be manually configured. For details about static IP address parameters, see Table 10-5.
    • PPP dialup: Users access the Internet in Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet over ATM (PPPoEoA) mode, and the interface automatically obtains an IP address through DHCP. For details about PPP dialup parameters, see Table 10-6.
    • Dynamic IP address: Users access the Internet in IP over Ethernet over ATM (IPoEoA) mode, and the interface automatically obtains an IP address through DHCP.
    Table 10-4  Configuring access parameters of a 3G/LTE interface
    Parameter Description
    NAT status NAT enabled when private PCs on the LAN are connected to the Internet.
    User name The user name sent from the local device to the remote device in PPP authentication.
    NOTE:
    This parameter is valid only for CDMA2000 networks.
    Password The password sent from the local device to the remote device in PPP authentication.
    NOTE:
    This parameter is valid only for CDMA2000 networks.
    Online mode 3G/LTE dialup mode.
    • When this parameter is set to Permanently online, the dial control center (DCC) automatically attempts to dial the remote end after a router starts. The dialing process is not triggered by data packets. If a connection cannot be established with the remote end, the router retries at an interval.

      The value Permanently online applies to scenarios where traffic and online duration are not charged.

    • When this parameter is set to Disconnected after idle timeout (s), a link is established only when data is transmitted. When no traffic exists on the link within a specified period, the router removes the link to save traffic.

      The value Disconnected after idle timeout (s) applies to scenarios where traffic and online duration are charged.

      When setting this parameter to Disconnected after idle timeout (s), specify the link idle timeout period. The default value is 120.

    Table 10-5  Static IP address parameters
    Parameter Description
    IP address IP address of the interface.

    The IP address of the interface cannot conflict with the IP address of any other interfaces or devices.

    Subnet mask Subnet mask of the interface.
    Default gateway Default gateway address of the interface.

    The default gateway address and IP address of the interface must be in the same network segment.

    Primary DNS server Primary DNS server address assigned to DHCP clients.
    Secondary DNS server Secondary DNS server address assigned to DHCP clients.
    Table 10-6  PPP dialup parameters
    Parameter Description
    User name User name used for PPP dialup.
    Password Password used for PPP dialup.
    Online mode PPP dialup mode.
    • When this parameter is set to Permanently online, the DCC automatically attempts to dial the remote end after a router starts. The dialing process is not triggered by data packets. If a connection cannot be established with the remote end, the router retries at an interval.

      The value Permanently online applies to scenarios where traffic and online duration are not charged.

    • When this parameter is set to Disconnected after idle timeout (s), a link is established only when data is transmitted. When no traffic exists on the link within a specified period, the router removes the link to save traffic.

      The value Disconnected after idle timeout (s) applies to scenarios where traffic and online duration are charged.

      When setting this parameter to Disconnected after idle timeout (s), specify the link idle timeout period. The default value is 120.

  3. Configure the LAN.

    1. Set parameters on the Configure LAN tab page. The parameters are as described in Table 10-7.

      Figure 10-6 shows Configure LAN page.
      NOTE:

      If there is no available LAN interface for the current device, you can select a WAN interface for LAN configuration.

    2. Click Next.

    Figure 10-6  Configure LAN

    Table 10-7  Configuring the LAN
    Parameter Description
    Enable DHCP Whether to enable the DHCP server function on the interface.

    After you enable the DHCP server function on an interface, users in the LAN can obtain IP addresses from the DHCP address pool.

    Gateway address Egress gateway address for the DHCP clients, that is, the IP address of VLANIF1 interface.
    Subnet mask Subnet mask of the egress gateway.
    DNS service DNS service on the VLANIF interface. This parameter is valid only when DHCP is enabled. The value can be:
    • Use system DNS setting: The system delivers the DNS server IP address that is the same as the gateway IP address.
    • Specify: An IP address must be specified for the DNS server.
    Primary DNS server IP address of the primary DNS server. This parameter is available only after you click Specify.
    Secondary DNS server IP address of the secondary DNS server. This parameter is available only after you click Specify.

  4. Configure the WLAN (Wi-Fi).

    NOTE:
    The Configure WLAN (WiFi) tab page is displayed when the router supports WLAN.

    By default, users are added to VLAN1 when a WLAN established through the configuration wizard on the web platform.

    1. Set parameters on the Configure WLAN (WiFi) tab page. The parameters are as described in Table 10-8. Figure 10-7 shows Configure WLAN (WiFi) page.

    2. Click Next.

    Figure 10-7  Configure WLAN (WiFi)

    Table 10-8  Configuring the WLAN (Wi-Fi)
    Parameter Description
    Enable wireless service Whether to enable the WLAN service. After WLAN is enabled, you can configure basic parameters and security options for the WLAN so that wireless users can access the Internet.
    SSID Service set identifier (SSID) that uniquely identifies a WLAN. A station (STA) scans all WLANs and selects one based on the SSID.
    Hide the network Whether to add SSIDs into Beacon frames. By default, the Beacon frames contain SSIDs.

    If the Beacon frames do not contain SSIDs, users must configure the SSIDs on STAs.

    NOTE:

    Only super administrators at levels 3 to 15 can check and configure this parameter.

    Encrypt Whether to encrypt the WLAN service.
    Encryption mode The following encryption algorithms are supported:
    • WEP
    • WPA
    • WPA2
    • WAPI
    Key Configured password.

  5. Confirm the settings.

    1. Click Save Current Configuration on the Confirm Settings tab page where detailed information about Internet access is displayed. Figure 10-8 shows Confirm Settings page.

      Figure 10-8  Confirm Settings

    2. Click Finish.

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Updated: 2019-04-12

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