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1 ISDNLink INET-800 ISDN Router User s Guide

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3 FCC Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CE Marking Warning This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Copyright All Rights Reserved. Document Version: 1.0 All trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners.

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5 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 ABOUT YOUR INTERNET ROUTER... 1 Internet Router Features... 1 Requirements... 4 Package Contents... 4 LED Indicators... 5 Rear Panel Connectors & Switches... 5 DIP Switches... 6 Reset The Device.6 CHAPTER 2 SETUP: INTERNET ROUTER... 7 Overview... 7 Hardware Installation... 7 Internet Router Configuration... 8 Web Browser Configuration... 8 Home Setup Screen...11 Configuration Utility...15 Quick Setup Screen..17 Status Screen.21 Password Screen...25 LAN Screen...27 Dial-In Access Screen...30 Access Control Screen..34 Internet Application Screen 39 LAN-to-LAN Screen 46 ISDN Screen.50 CHAPTER 3 PC CONFIGURATION..55 PC Configuration.55 Operation - Internet Access 56 CHAPTER 4 ADVANCED FEATURES...59 Available Options...59 i

6 CHAPTER 5 ROUTING Overview Router Configuration...61 Routing Example...62 Routing Table Entries..64 ii

7 About Internet Router CHAPTER 6 STATUS & MONITORING...67 Overview...67 Status Screen...67 APPENDIX A TROUBLESHOOTING APPENDIX B SPECIFICATIONS...73 iii

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9 Chapter 1 About Internet Router 1 This Chapter provides an overview of the Internet Router's features and capabilities. The Internet Router allows multiple SOHO (Small Office Home Office) users to share a single Internet user account (IP address) over an ISDN phone link. It provides a low-cost method of giving users of your network easy access to the vast resources available on the Internet. Internet Router Features Figure 1: Office to Internet The Internet Router incorporates many advanced features, carefully designed to provide sophisticated functions while being easy to use. LAN Features 10/100 BaseT Support. The LAN connection will auto-detect 10BaseT and 100BaseT connections DHCP Server Support. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol provides a dynamic IP address to PCs and other devices upon request. The Internet Router can act as a DHCP Server. 1

10 Internet Router User Guide Multi Segment LAN Support. If you have a Router, PCs on other LAN segments can use the ISDN Internet Router to access the Internet. A static routing table is provided to support multiple routers if needed. Internet Access Features Shared Internet Account. All users on the LAN can share the same Internet Account (IP address). Dial-On-Demand & Auto-Disconnect. A connection is established to the Internet as required, and automatically disconnected when no longer needed. This reduces on-line charges to the minimum possible level. PPP Authentication. This is used to validate the log-on to your Internet Service Provider. Advanced Internet Functions. Virtual Servers. This feature allows Internet users to access Internet servers on your LAN. The required setup is quick and easy. User-Defined Virtual Servers. Internet users can access non-standard Internet Servers on your LAN by using this feature. Special Internet Applications. Internet applications such as Internet Videoconferencing, Telephony, Games Servers, and other specialpurpose Servers are supported. Exposed Computer. One (1) PC on your local LAN can be exposed to the Internet. This allows unrestricted 2-way communication between this PC and servers or users on the Internet. ISDN Features Easy Configuration. No complex technical data or unintelligible prompts. You ll be finished in minutes! Intelligent B Channel Utilization. Internet access will automatically switch between 1 or 2 B channels, depending on the volume of data. Outgoing call ID. The Internet Router supports Outgoing call ID for both MSN (Multiple Subscriber Numbering) and SAD (Sub Address). 2

11 About Internet Router Configuration & Management Easy Setup. Use your WEB browser from anywhere on the LAN for configuration. Remote Management. The Internet Router can be managed, if required, from a workstation anywhere on the LAN, using a WEB browser. A friendly utility in MS Windows does the advance setup to achieve functions and performance. Remote Monitoring. Internet access via the ISDN link, can be monitored from any workstation on the LAN. Advanced Functions Dial-in Remote Access. Remote users can dial in using their ISDN phone line, and use the ISDN Internet Router to connect to the LAN and access LAN resources.. LAN-to-LAN Connectivity. Using 2 ISDN Internet Routers, 2 LANs can be connected via the ISDN link. The ISDN Internet Router will dial the remote LAN whenever required. Operation is completely automatic and transparent. Security Features Configuration Data. Optional password protection is provided to prevent unauthorized users from modifying the configuration. Firewall Protection. All incoming data packets are monitored and all incoming server requests are filtered, thus protecting your network from malicious attacks from external sources. Firewall Protection The firewall protection provided by the Internet Router is an intrinsic side effect of IP sharing. All users on the LAN share a single external IP address. From the external viewpoint, there is no network, only a single device. 3

12 Internet Router User Guide For internal users, the Internet Router acts as a transparent proxy server, translating the multiple internal IP addresses into a single external IP address. For external requests, any attempt to connect to local resources are blocked. The Internet Router will not reverse translate from a global IP address to a local IP address. This type of natural firewall provides an impregnable barrier against malicious attacks. Requirements PCs with Ethernet Network cards and 10/100 BaseT connectors 10/100 BaseT network ISDN line, fitted with a NT-1 (Network Termination 1) termination and RJ45 sockets for S/T connection. Internet Access account with a local ISP (Internet Service Provider). Package Contents The following items should be included: The Internet Router Unit. Power Adapter. One (1) 1.44M floppy disk or CD, containing the configuration utility. Quick User s Manual. ISDN cable If any of the above items are damaged or missing, please contact your dealer as soon as possible. 4

13 About Internet Router LED Indicators A Power Lights when power is ON. B LAN LNK ON when a LAN connection is established. Flash while data traffic is on the LAN. ERR Indicates an error, but normally lights up briefly during power On. LAN ON when a LAN connection is established. C ISDN B1 ON when a B1 channel is established. Flash while the B1 channel is in use. B2 ON when a B2 channel is established. Flash while the B2 channel is in use. LK ON while the ISDN control signal is established. All 7 LEDs will light briefly on power on. This is normal. Rear Panel Connectors & Switches 1 Power port Connect the power adapter here. Use only the unit provided. (12VDC, 1Amp) 2 10/100BaseT ports Connect 10/100 BaseT cabling here, and the other end to the PC. 3 DIP switches See the following section. 4 ISDN port Use a cable with RJ45 connectors to link this port to the S/T interface on the NT-1. 5

14 Internet Router User Guide DIP Switches Settings SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 Description Off Off Normal operation Off On Disable DHCP server 2 On Off Restore defaults IP address 3 On On Reserved 1 ISDN Terminator ISDN Terminator Reserved 1 Do not change the default values unless advised to do so by technical support staff. 2 This will override the setting on the DHCP Server screen. 3 Restores the default IP address ( ), network mask ( ) and clears the password, provided the following procedure is carried out. If you merely leave the DIP switches is this position, the Internet Router will function normally. ISDN Terminators: Please leave them as default. Reset the device If the Internet Router's IP Address or password is lost, the following procedure can be used to recover from this situation. 1. Turn the power to the Internet Router OFF. 2. Set DIP switch 1 ON, and DIP switch 2 OFF. 3. Turn the power to the Internet Router ON. 4. Operate DIP switch 1 in the following sequence (you have 15 seconds to complete the sequence): OFF, ON, OFF 5. The Internet Router will now reset, and the Red LED will flash. The following changes will have been made. (Other configuration data is unchanged.) IP Address set to its default value of Network Mask set to The password cleared (no password). 6

15 About Internet Router 6. You can now connect to the Internet Router and make any configuration change required. 7

16 Chapter 2 Setup: Internet Router 2 This Chapter explains how to install and configure the Internet Router for Internet Access. Overview Setup involves: Hardware Installation Internet Router configuration PC configuration Hardware Installation 1. Connect Network Cables Use standard UTP network cable, with RJ45 connectors, to connect the ISDN Internet Router to a 10BaseT or 100BaseT hub. The ISDN Internet Router will auto-detect the network speed (10M or 100M) and full/half duplex mode. 2. Connect ISDN Phone Line Using a cable fitted with RJ45 plugs, connect the ISDN port on the Internet Router to the S/T interface on the ISDN NT-1 (Network Termination 1). 3. Power On and Check the LEDs Connect the supplied power adapter to the Internet Router. When the Internet Router is powered On, all LEDs should blink, then, except for the PWR LED, go off. If LAN and ISDN connection is working fine, the LNK and LK leds will stay ON. 8

17 Setup: Internet Router If the ERR LED stays on, or both the ERR and LNK LEDs continue to blink, there is a hardware problem. Warning! Only use the power adapter provided. Using a different one may cause hardware damage. Internet Router Configuration There are two methods to configure the Internet Router, one is using web browser and the other is using utility working in Win95/98/NT. The browser configuration provides a quick start configuration (only one screen) and an extra utility provides more powerful configuration for users. But first of all, please make sure that the default IP address, is used by Internet Router ONLY at the first stage until you change it to another one after configuration. Web Browser Configuration Preparation Ensure Internet Router is in the LAN, your PC is using the TCP/IP protocol, and configure PC to use the Internet Router s DHCP server, as fo llows: DHCP Client Setup - Windows 95/98 and use Internet Router DHCP server 1. Select the Network Neighborhood icon on the desktop, then Properties. You will see a screen like the one below: (Start - Settings - Control Panel Network) 9

18 Internet Router User Guide Figure 2: Network Configuration tab 2. If a line like the one highlighted ("TCP/IP -> Network Card ) is not listed, select Add-Protocol-Microsoft-TCP/IP-OK to add it. 3. Select Properties for the TCP/IP -> Network card entry. You will see a screen like the following: Figure 3: TCP/IP Properties 4. On the IP Address tab, click the radio button for Obtain an IP address automatically, as above, then reboot. Your PC will obtain an IP Address from the Internet Router. If you do not want to use the DCHP Server in Internet Router: You may set DIP switch 2 ON to disable the DHCP server in the Internet Router or leave it as Default (DHCP ON). Enter a fixed IP Address on your PC, as shown below. Please make sure it does not conflict with other PCs in the same LAN environment. 10

19 Setup: Internet Router Figure 4: TCP/IP Properties Fixed IP Address Connecting to the Internet Router 1. Start your WEB browser 2. In the Address box, enter "HTTP://" and the IP Address of the Internet Router. For example (using default IP Address): 3. You will see the Home setup screen and detailed description below. If you can't connect, check: The Internet Router is properly installed, LAN connections are OK, and it is powered ON. Your PC and the Internet Router are on the same network segment. (If there is no router, this must be the case.) If another PC or device is using the same IP address ( ) as the Internet Router, turn the other device OFF until you assign a new address to the Internet Router. That your PC has a compatible IP address (either static or obtained as a DHCP client) In the Windows 95/98/NT Run dialog, enter: winipcfg Ensure that the drop-down list is set to your Network card. The current IP Address and Network mask (Subnet Mask) will be dis- 11

20 Internet Router User Guide played. The IP address must be in the range to , and the Network mask must be Ensure that your PC is NOT configured to use a Proxy Server. In Internet Explorer, this can be checked using View Internet Options - Connection. In Netscape, check Options Network Preferences Proxies. 12

21 Setup: Internet Router Home Setup Screen Figure 5: Home Setup Screen 13

22 Internet Router User Guide Internet Access Account Details Account (User) Name Account Password Verify Password IP Address provided by ISP DNS IP Address Telephone Enter the account name provided by your ISP. This name will be used to log in to the ISP s server. Enter the current password for the above account. Re-enter the password to ensure it is correct. Enter the IP address assigned to you by your ISP. If the ISP issues dynamic IP addresses, leave this field as (With dynamic IP addresses, a valid address is provided upon connection.) The DNS (Domain Name Server) translates names (e.g. microsoft.com) to IP Addresses. Enter the DNS IP address supplied or recommended by your ISP. Enter the telephone number used to connect to your ISP. ISDN Details Country SPID (1 st B Channel) Select your country from the drop-down list. Note that there are 5 entries for the USA. If in the USA, select the entry to match the Switch Type used by your telephone company. If you live in the USA, enter the SPID (Service Profile Identifier) provided by your phone company. The most common format for the SPID is 10 digits (area code + local number) for the phone number, followed by 4 digits for the device ID. e.g

23 Setup: Internet Router Where is the phone number, and 0101 is the device ID. However, there is wide variation in SPID formats, and you must use the method advised by your phone company. If your telephone company did not provide this information, leave this blank. SPDI (2 nd B Channel) Enter the SPID for the 2 nd B Channel. (See above) LAN Settings We recommend that you use the DHCP server function in the Internet Router. If you wish to use the built-in DHCP server: No changes are required. However, all devices on your LAN must either be a DHCP Client OR use a compatible IP Address and Network mask. If your LAN already has a DHCP server: Set DIP switch 2 ON to disable the DHCP server in the Internet Router Give the Internet Router an IP address compatible with the addresses allocated by the DHCP server. (i.e. the last 3-digit number is NOT within the addresses allocated by the DHCP server; the other numbers are the same as the addresses allocated by the DHCP server.) The Network Mask must be the same as the value used by the DHCP server. If you wish to use static (fixed) IP Addresses: Give the Internet Router an IP Address within the same address range as PCs on your LAN. (Only the last 3-digit number should be different for each device.) The IP Sharer s Network Mask must be the same value as PCs on your LAN. If you want to change the Internet Router IP address, please read following statements carefully. 15

24 Internet Router User Guide Give an IP address to the Internet Router and network mask. Click the Save button and then the Internet Router device IP address is changed to your setting. At this time, your PC may be not in the same network mask as Internet Router if you change it to another segment. You need to re-configure your PC to the same segment as Internet Router. Then you can access Internet Router again. If you forget the IP address, network mask, or password of Internet Router, please refer the RESET THE DEVICE section in Chapter 1 for more information. 16

25 Setup: Internet Router Configuration Utility The following procedure assumes you have a Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 or later system available. The supplied Windows utility provides a quick and easy way to make your ISDN Internet Router operational. Normally, only 1 screen (Quick Setup) must be configured to make the ISDN Internet Router operational. Other setup is required only for the following situations: Your LAN has a Router or an existing DHCP Server. The default IP Address range is not suitable for your situation. The default values for the ISDN link do not suit your installation. You wish to use a password to protect the configuration data. You wish to take advantage of some of the advanced features of the ISDN Internet Router. Preparation 1. Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your drive. 2. If the Setup program does not start automatically, run SETUP.EXE in the root directory. 3. Follow the prompts to complete the installation. Using the Windows Utility 1. Start the program. If using the default installation, use Start Menu - Programs - ISDNLink Router Utility ISDNLink Router Utility. 2. The first screen will list all compatible ISDN Internet Routers. Select the desired unit, then click the Setup button if ISDN Internet Router and PC are in the same network mask. 17

26 Internet Router User Guide Figure 6: ISDN router configuration utility 3. If the selected device has an IP Address which is incompatible with your PC, you will see the following TCP/IP Settings screen. Figure 7: TCP/IP Settings The screen will display suggested values, rather than current values. Change the suggested values only if you know they will not work (for example, the IP Address is already allocated to a PC which is powered off). Otherwise, click "No Change" to continue. 4. If a password has been set for the ISDN Internet Router, you will be prompted for the password, as shown below. (If no password has been set, you will not see this dialog box.) 18

27 Setup: Internet Router Figure 8: Password Dialog Leave the "User Name" blank, and enter the password you assigned to the ISDN Internet Router. 5. Configure the Quick Setup tab as described below. Quick Setup Screen The Quick Setup tab is displayed by default. You will see a screen like the example below. 19

28 Internet Router User Guide Data - Setup Screen Figure 9: Quick Setup Screen Internet Access Account Details (from ISP) Account (User) Name Enter the account name provided by your ISP (Internet Service Provider). This name will be used to log in to the ISP's server. 20

29 Setup: Internet Router Account Password Enter the current password for the above account. Verify Password Re-enter the password to ensure it is correct. IP Address provided by ISP Enter the IP address assigned to you by your ISP. If the ISP issues dynamic IP addresses, leave this field as (With dynamic IP addresses, a valid address is provided upon connection.) Idle Time-out If there is no data traffic in the ISDN line in setting value, internet router will disconnect ISDN connection automatically to save money. DNS IP Address The DNS (Domain Name Server) translates names (e.g. microsoft.com) to IP Addresses. Enter the DNS IP address supplied or recommended by your ISP. Telephone Enter the telephone number used to connect to your ISP. Telephone (2) & (3) Optional. Enter the telephone number to try if the first number is busy. ISDN Details (from Telephone Company) Country Select your country from the drop-down list. Note that there are 5 entries for the USA. If in the USA, select the entry to match the "Switch Type" used by your telephone company. SPID (1 st B Channel) If you live in the USA, enter the SPID (Service Profile Identifier) provided by your phone company. 21

30 Internet Router User Guide The most common format for the SPID is 10 digits (area code + local number) for the phone number, followed by 4 digits for the device ID. e.g Where is the phone number, and 0101 is the device ID. However, there is wide variation in SPID formats, and you must use the method advised by your phone company. If your telephone company did not provide this information, leave this blank. SPID (2 nd B Channel) Enter the SPID for the 2 nd B Channel. (See above) LAN Settings The TCP/IP settings displayed on the screen are read-only. Once setup is complete: Restart the ISDN Internet Router by disconnecting and reconnecting the power. Refer to the next document (LAN/PC Setup) for details on setting up each PC, including the one used for configuration. Other Setup Except in the following circumstances, no other configuration is required. 22

31 Setup: Internet Router If using an existing DHCP Server: Configure it to provide the ISDN Internet Router's IP Address as the Default Gateway. The DHCP Server in the ISDN Internet Router should be disabled. This setting is on the LAN Tab of the Manager utility. ISDN Router's DHCP Server Settings unsuitable If your LAN already has some devices using fixed IP Addresses, you need to set the IP Address range used by the DHCP Server to be compatible. The DHCP Server settings are on the LAN Tab of the Manager utility. Your LAN has a Router The Routing feature can be completely ignored if you do not have a router in your LAN. If you DO have a router, it is necessary to configure BOTH the Router and the Routing table in the ISDN Internet Router correctly. See Routing for details. Default ISDN Settings unsuitable In rare cases, it may be necessary to change the ISDN settings (B Channel Speed, Initialization string). These settings are on the ISDN Tab screen. This screen also allows you to: Temporarily switch the ISDN link OFF. Use 2 B Channels for Internet access, rather than 1. Set the outgoing call MSN and SAD. (MSN and SAD allow you to have multiple phone numbers). Once setup is complete: Restart the ISDN Internet Router by disconnecting and reconnecting the power. Refer to the next document (LAN/PC Setup) for details on setting up each PC, including the one used for configuration. 23

32 Internet Router User Guide Status Screen The Status tab on the Windows utility can be used to review the current settings and operation of the ISDN Internet Router. An example screen is shown below. 24 Figure 10: Status Screen

33 Setup: Internet Router Data - Status Screen System Firmware Version Hardware Address Hardware ID Version of the firmware (embedded software) which is currently installed. Technical support staff may ask for this information. The Network Address (hardware address) of this device. This is equivalent to the "Network Adapter Address" on a PC. The hardware ID of this device, used by the manufacturer for identification. ISDN Connection Idle/Dial-in/LAN-to- LAN Name Indicates what the ISDN link is being used for. If not being used, "Idle" will be displayed. Dial-in use:- The name of the user performing dial-in. Internet access:- The account name. LAN-to-LAN connections:- The login name. The login name could be either accepted or provided, depending which end initiates the connection. Connection Log Log This shows status messages relating to ISDN link. Common messages are shown in the following table. 25

34 Internet Router User Guide Connection Log Messages Message Description Dialing Dialing the ISP Try to establish physical connection. The device is trying to connect with the ISP. Busy error The number dialed was busy. Physical line is connected Physical connection to ISP has been established. Start PPP A PPP connection is now being established. PPP up fail The PPP connection could not be established. PPP up successfully The PPP connection was established successfully. Stop PPP The PPP connection was terminated. This will occur at the end of a session, or an error condition. Idle timer expires The "Idle time-out" has been triggered. (There was no data sent or received for the duration of the "Idle time" period.) 26

35 Password Screen The password protects the ISDN Internet Router's configuration data. If a password is not set, anyone can connect to the ISDN Internet Router and change its configuration. If the password is lost, a DIP switch setting is provided to clear the password. Refer the RESET THE DEVICE for more information. Selecting the Password tab will reveal a screen like the example below. Figure 11: Password Screen 27

36 Internet Router User Guide Enter the password on this screen: Passwords are case sensitive and can be up to 8 alphanumeric characters (no spaces or punctuation). To create or change the password, enter the required password in both the New Password and Verify Password input fields. 28

37 LAN Screen Unless your LAN has a Router, it is usually unnecessary to change the settings on this screen. An example screen is shown below. This screen has 3 sections relating to the LAN on which the ISDN Internet Router is installed. DHCP Server Routing Table DNS (Domain Name Server) IP Addresses Figure 12: LAN Screen 29

38 Internet Router User Guide DHCP Server A DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server provides a valid IP address, Gateway address and DNS addresses to a DHCP client (PC or device) upon request. The ISDN Internet Router can act as a DHCP Server. The default value is ON (Enabled), and use of this feature is strongly recommended. To use this feature, ensure that Enable is checked. Also, the PCs must be configured to act as a DHCP clients. See above DHCP Client Setup section of Web Browser Configuration for details of this procedure. IP Address allocated by the DHCP Server Normally, the default values for the DHCP Server do not need to be changed. However, if your LAN already has some devices using fixed IP Addresses, you must ensure that each of those devices uses an IP Address which is compatible with the IP Addresses allocated by the DHCP Server. "Compatible" means: o o o The IP Address is from the same address range as the DHCP Server. By default, the ISDN Internet Router uses the IP Address range to The IP Address must NOT be within the group allocated by the DHCP Server. By default, the ISDN Internet Router allocates addresses between to Therefore, addresses between and are available for other devices. All devices must use the same Network Mask (Subnet Mask). If you have non-pc devices on your LAN, it may be more convenient to change the IP Addresses allocated by the DHCP Server function in the ISDN Internet Router, rather than change the IP Addresses used by the existing devices. To do this: 30

39 Setup: Internet Router Routing Table 1. For the Start IP Address, enter the first IP Address of the range of IP Addresses to be allocated by the DHCP Server. 2. In the End IP Address, enter the last IP Address of the range of IP Addresses to be allocated by the DHCP Server function. 3. Ensure that the range is large enough for all of the PCs and devices which will be acting as DHCP clients and requesting an IP Address. The default number of clients is 50; the maximum is 253. This is a static Routing Table. Entries are required only if your LAN contains 1 or more Routers. See Chapter Routing for further details. If you are using the ISDN Internet Router for LAN-to-LAN connectivity, an entry will automatically appear here for the remote LAN you are connecting to. Do NOT delete this entry. DNS (Domain Name Server) IP Address Space is provided for 3 entries. The first entry will display the DNS value entered on the Quick Setup screen. Enter additional values if you wish. If multiple entries are provided, the first available DNS will be used. 31

40 Dial-In Access Screen The ISDN Internet Router's dial-in feature allows remote users to: Use an ISDN TA to connect to the ISDN Internet Router, using the same PPP communication software (e.g. Dial-up Networking) that they use for dial-in Internet access. Have their user name and password verified by the ISDN Internet Router. (Note: If dial-in PPP link security is set to "None", no verification is performed.) Access the LAN resources as if they were a local user. To other users on the LAN, the remote users appear to be a local PC, using the IP Address allocated by the ISDN Internet Router. For additional security, the dial-back function can be used. In this situation, the ISDN Internet Router will hang-up the user's incoming connection, and then call them back. To use the Dial-in Feature: 1. Dial-in must be Enabled on the Dial-in Tab. 2. User access data is required. The options are as follows: o o o Allow access by anyone and everyone (not recommended) - If Authentication on the Dial-in screen is set to None, then the user name and password is not checked, so anyone who dials in can gain access. All users use the same log-in - Create a single user (on the Dialin screen) with dial-in access, and all users use this log-in. Enter data for each user - Each person requiring dial-in access has their data entered on the Users screen. 3. The remote user can use the same dial-up software they use for Internet access. Once connected, the remote user can access LAN resources as they normally would. They will appear to other LAN devices as a normal PC on the LAN, using the IP Address allocated by the ISDN Internet Router. 32

41 Setup: Internet Router Data - Dial-in Access Dial-in Access Figure 13: Dial-In Screen Enable Dial-in Access Idle Time-out If checked, dial-in will be allowed. Otherwise, any attempt to dial-in will be blocked. If a dial-in connection remains inactive, it is terminated after this time period. Allowable range is 0-99 minutes; 0 means no 33

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