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Q14: How to restore Factory Default Settings?
Q13: How to setup ďInstall a server inside the LAN network and 
        have the Internet (WAN) users access the server through IP MappingĒ?

Q12: How to setup ďOutside users can access the internal FTP server through Virtual ServersĒ?
Q11: How to setup ďThe LAN network can only access Yahoo.com websiteĒ?
Q10: How to setup ďAllow the Internal network to be able to access the InternetĒ?
Q09: Are there any rules to follow when setting up administration policies?
Q08: Can Admin modify the LAN and WAN interface IP addresses anytime?
Q07: Why canít users of WAN networks still store data into virtual server when virtual server 
        or IP mapping has been set successfully?

Q06: In the Outgoing menu, I set the source address to ďInside-AnyĒ, the destination address 
        to ďOutside-anyĒ, the service to HTTP, and the action to Permit. Why do the computers of 
        the LAN network still cannot access the Internet?
Q05: How to install the Bandwidth Management for the first time?
Q04: What are the default settings of the Bandwidth Management?
Q03: What is the difference in privileges of admin and sub admin?
Q02: How to back up system configuration?
Q01: How to upgrade the Bandwidth Managementís software?

 

Q14: How to restore Factory Default Settings?

Step 1. Select Reset Factory Settings under Bandwidth Management Configuration.
Step 2. Click OK at the bottom-right of the screen to restore the factory settings.

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Q13: How to setup ďInstall a server inside the LAN network and have the Internet (WAN) users access the server through IP MappingĒ?

Step 1. Enter the Mapped IP window under the Virtual Server menu.
Step 2. Click the New Entry button.
Step 3. In the Add New IP Mapping window, enter each parameter, and then click OK.
Step 4. When the following screen appears, the IP Mapping setup is completed.
Step 5. Go to the Incoming window under the Policy menu.
Step 6. Click the New Entry button.
Step 7. In the Add New Policy window, set each parameter, then click OK.
Step 8. Open all the services. (ANY)
Step 9. The setup is completed.

 

Q12: How to setup ďOutside users can access the internal FTP server through Virtual ServersĒ?

Step 1. Enter Virtual Server under the Virtual Server menu.
Step 2. Click the Ďclick here to configureí button.
Step 3. Select a Virtual Server Real IP, and then click OK.
Step 4. Click the New Service button on the bottom of the screen.
Step 5. Add the FTP service pointing to the LAN Server Virtual IP address. Click OK.
Step 6. A new Virtual Service should appear.
Step 7. Go to the Incoming window under the Policy menu, and then click on the New Entry button.
Step 8. In the Add New Policy window, set each parameter, then click OK.
Step 9. An Incoming FTP policy should now be created.


 

Q11: How to setup ďThe LAN network can only access Yahoo.com websiteĒ?

Step 1. Enter the WAN window under the Address menu.

Step 2. Click the New Entry button.

Step 3. In the Add New Address window, enter relating parameters.

Step 4. Click OK to end the address table setup.

Step 5. Go to the Outgoing window under the Policy menu.

Step 6. Click the New Entry button.

Step 7. In the Add New Policy window, enter corresponding parameters. Click OK.

Step 8. When the following screen appears, the setup is completed.

 

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Q10: How to setup ďAllow the Internal network to be able to access the InternetĒ?

Step 1 Enter the Outgoing window under the Policy menu.

Step 2 Click the New Entry button on the bottom of the screen.

Step 3 In the Add New Policy window, enter each parameter, and then click OK.

 

Q09: Are there any rules to follow when setting up administration policies?

When setting up policies, administrators need to follow [small to big] principle. This means that when the source address, destination address and service items of a policy is the subset of another policy, it is necessary to set policy of the subset first. For example, the sequence to set policies for individual worker, department, and every worker in the company is:

           Individual → Department→Every worker

If subset policies are defined after the main policies, policies defined by the subset became invalid. For example, the new policy is:

           Every worker → Department→ Individual

The policies of departments and individuals are subsets of policies of every worker, so policies defined by the latter two are invalid.

Q08: Can Admin modify the LAN and WAN interface IP addresses anytime?

No, because the names in the address table are set according to the IP addresses of LAN and WAN interface cards, and the source address and destination address of policies are set according to address table. The IP addresses of the Bandwidth Managementís LAN interface and WAN interface are foundations of administration policies. If the administrator wants to change the Bandwidth Managementís IP address, the admin will need to clean up all the administration policies and address table.

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Q07: Why canít users of WAN networks still store data into virtual server when virtual server or IP mapping has been set successfully?

In order to open a virtual server to WAN networks, Administrator needs to make sure, in the Incoming menu, there is a policy of source address pointing to WAN IP address, destination address to the virtual server or Mapped IP and with permission to allow inward packets to pass through.
 

Q06: In the Outgoing menu, I set the source address to ďInside-AnyĒ, the destination address to ďOutside-anyĒ, the service to HTTP, and the action to Permit. Why do the computers of the LAN network still cannot access the Internet?

Usually the DNS of the clients point to the DNS server outside of the Bandwidth Management. When converting a URL to IP address, the browser sends out DNS service packet to the external DNS server. If the Bandwidth Management doesnít allow DNS service packet to pass, the URL cannot be mapped to the IP address and the connection fails.
 

Q05: How to install the Bandwidth Management for the first time?

There are six steps to setup for the first time:

Step 1: First connect the administratorís PC and the Bandwidth Managementís LAN interface card to the same HUB or Switch, change PCís IP address to: 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254.  Then restart the computer to activate new IP address. Run Browser and enter http://192.168.1.1 in URL field to access Bandwidth Management WebUI.

Step 2: Browser will ask or the userís name and password enter Ďadminí and password.

Step 3: Then WebUI will request the user to change password. Change it and record the new password. The user name is still Ďadminí.

Step 4: Set new LAN IP Address (enterpriseís private IP address) and WAN IP Address (allocated by ISP provider).

Step 5: If the new LAN IP Address doesnít belong to 192.168.1.0 network, such as 172.16.0.1, the administrator needs to change PCís IP address to 172.16.0.1,or other IP address of the same network and restart the computer to activate new IP address. After the new IP address is activated, use browser to access http://172.16.0.1.

Step 6: Enter the main window of administration policies under WebUI; click New Entry to display Add New Policy window, and then click OK to complete the installation process.

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Q04: What are the default settings of the Bandwidth Management?

The Bandwidth Management has three main default settings; users need to modify them to fit their environment to achieve optimum performance.

1. The system administratorís name and password are both Ďadminí (lower case).  The name ďadminĒ canít be changed, and the password should be modified and recorded at the time of installation.

2. The LAN Interface IP address is set to 192.168.1.1 in the factory. The system administrator needs to change it to private IP address of the enterpriseís LAN networks. Then set IP addresses of WAN interface according to the real IP addresses allocated by ISP.

3. LAN network and WAN network canít communicate to each other by default. So computers in the LAN network canít access any Internet address when users connect the Bandwidth Management to LAN and WAN network. System administrator has to define policies with proper permissions in Outgoing under the Policy menu, such as to permit certain IP addresses in the LAN network to access some web addresses.

 

Q03: What is the difference in privileges of admin and sub admin?

The Bandwidth Management sets the system administratorís name and password to admin. When the administrator sets up the system the first time, the installation wizard asks administrators to change the password for admin (user name Ďadminí can not be changed). In the admin menu under Admin, the admin may add or change the name and password of sub admin. The administrator can change the Bandwidth Managementís system parameters when logged into the Bandwidth Management as ďadminĒ. The ďsub adminĒ can only browse the system configuration and have no privileges to modify it. Therefore, admin has Ďreadí and Ďwriteí privileges, but sub admin has only Ďreadí privilege.

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Q02: How to back up system configuration?

To change system parameters settings without destroying the original system configuration, the user can choose Export System Settings to Client in Settings under the System menu.  Users can upload the backup system configuration from hard disk to the Bandwidth Management in Import System Setting from Client.

 

Q01: How to upgrade the Bandwidth Managementís software?

The Bandwidth Managementís software and system parameters are all stored in the Flash Memory. The Flash Memory is re-writable and re-readable. Users can visit EUSSO web site to obtain the newest version of software.

After having the newest version of software, please store it in the hard disk, then connect to the Bandwidth managementís WebUI, enter Software Update of the System menu, click the file name of the newest version of software, and then click Ok. The updating process wonít overwrite the system configuration, so it is not necessary to save it before updating the software.

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