Aztech DSL5018EN-1T1R Router Manual (Setup & Configuration)

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Aztech DSL5018EN
4-Port ADSL 2/2+ 150 MbpsWireless-N
Modem Router
V1.0
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CONTENTS
About the Device
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Minimum System Requirements
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Package Contents
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Device Design
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Front Panel
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Back Panel
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Getting Started
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Planning Your Network
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Remove or Disable Conflicts
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Setup the Device
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The Web User Interface (GUI)
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Connecting to the Internet
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Basic Mode
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Basic
Home
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Basic -Wizard
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Basic
Quick Setup
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Advanced Mode
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Advanced Mode
Network
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Network>Internet
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Network>LAN
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Network>DHCP Reservation
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Network> Ethernet Media Type
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Network> ADSL
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Network> SNMP
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Network> CWMP
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Network> IPv6RD
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Advanced
Wireless
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Wireless> Basic
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Wireless> Security
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Wireless> MAC Address Filter
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Advanced
Applications
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Application > DDNS
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Application> ACL
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Application> Filter
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Application> Routing
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Application> NAT
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Application> QoS
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Application> Port Mapping
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Application> Parental
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Application> Firewall
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Advanced- System
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System>Information
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System> Time Zone
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System> UPnP
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System> Settings
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System> Firmware
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System> Password
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Advanced
Status
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Status> Statistic
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Status> ADSL Status
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Status> System Log
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Status> Diagnostics
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Status> Network Tools
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Modem Care Tips
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Safety Precautions
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U s e r M a n u a l
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About the Device
The Aztech DSL5018EN 4-Port ADSL2+ 150Mbps Wireless-N Modem Router with USB host
uses complete Ralink chipsets solution that fully complies with ADSL2/ADSL2+ standard.
The Aztech DSL5018EN supports 1T1R MIMO technology with PHY rate up to 150Mbps.
Targeted the residential and SOHO users that desires high quality triple play services, it is the
ideal solution to provide a 6 in 1 device for both Wired and Wireless connectivity via a ADSL2+
built in modem, Routing functionality for multi-user sharing, double-layer NAT/SPI firewall, 4
port 10/100 AutoMDI/MDIx Managed Switch for video application QoS, high speed
IEEE802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN Access Point and USB host for storage and print sharing.
Aztech DSL5018EN complies with Broadband Forum’s TR069 for remote management,
remote configuration and zero touch set up that allows cost saving on customer support and
logistics.
Security is provided via a double Stateful Packet Inspection and NAT based firewall. Hardware
accelerated AES/WEP/WPA/WPA2 based encryption/MAC Address Filtering for Wireless links.
Multiple session VPN Pass-through and DMZ support provide additional security support for
telecommuters as well as allow flexibility while maintaining security against malicious
hackers. Choices of Dynamic DNS server give users the flexibility of hosting a web or an FTP
server with various domain names.
Minimum System Requirements
Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements.
Any Operating System
Web Browser
Ethernet network adapter
An active DSL Internet account
Package Contents
Package contents are listed below. For any missing items, please contact your dealer
immediately. Product contents vary for different models.
Router
Ethernet cable
Telephone cable
POTS Splitter/Microfilter (optional)
12V 1.0A DC Power Adapter
Easy Start Guide
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