Sharp SMC7004ABR manual

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    SMC7004ABR[...]

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    38 T esla Ir vine, CA 92618 Phone: ( 949) 679- 8000 Barricade TM Br oadband Rou ter User Guide F rom[...]

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    COPYRIGHT Information fur nishe d by SMC Networ ks, Inc. (S MC) is b eliev ed t o be accurate and r [...]

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    i C OMPLIA NCES FCC - Class B This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for[...]

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    Com pliances ii EC Conformance Dec laration - Class B SMC contact f or these products in Europe is: [...]

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    iii T ABLE OF C ONTENTS About the Barricade Router . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 LED Indicat[...]

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    T ABLE OF C ONTENTS iv System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    1 A BOUT THE B ARRI CADE R OUTER Congratul ations on y our pur chase of t he Barricad e™ Broadb an[...]

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    About the Ba rricade Router 2 Features and Benefi ts • Internet con nection to DSL or c able mod e[...]

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    3 I NSTALLING TH E R OUTER Before i nstalling t he Barr icade™ Br oadband Rou ter, ver ify that yo[...]

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    Inst al l ing th e Ro ute r 4 Hardware Descr iption The Barr icade Router can be c onnected to the I[...]

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    Hardware Descr iption 5 • 4 RJ-45 ports for c onnectio n to a 10BA SE-T/100 BASE -TX Ethernet Loca[...]

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    Inst al l ing th e Ro ute r 6 System Requireme nts You must have a n ISP that meets the follow ing m[...]

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    Connect t he System 7 • TCP/IP n etwork pr otocol installe d on ea ch PC that needs to access th e[...]

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    Inst al l ing th e Ro ute r 8 3. Connect your pr inter : Use s tandard pa rallel pri nter cable to c[...]

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    9 C ONFIGURING C LIENT TCP/IP If you hav e not pre viously i nstalle d the TCP /IP protoc ols on y o[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 10 5. Select M icrosoft i n the manufacturers lis t. Select TCP /IP in th[...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 11 4. Doub le-clic k Protoco l. 5. Choose Int er net Proto col (TCP /IP). Click th[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 12 Subnet Ma sk: 25 5.255.255.0 Note: These set tings may be ch anged to [...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 13 3. On the Net work window Configurati on tab, double-click the TCP/IP entr y fo[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 14 8. On the Net work Pro per ties Window , click the OK button to sav e [...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 15 192.168. 2. 1. The se values confi rm that your Barr icad e Router is functio n[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 16 5. Click on the I P Address tab. 6. In the Ada pter dro p-down list, b[...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 17 3. T ype IPCO NFIG /RENEW and press the <E NTER> key . V erif y that your[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 18 3. Locate an d double-cli ck the Local A rea Conn ection icon f or the[...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 19 2. Locate an d double-cli ck the Local A rea Conn ection icon f or the Ether ne[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 20 2. In the TCP/IP dialog box, make sure that Et hernet i s sele cted in[...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 21 3. Locate an d double-click the Local Area C onnect ion icon f or the Ether net[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 22 Manual IP Configuration 1. Chec k Speci fy an I P address o n the IP A[...]

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    Setting Up TCP/IP 23 3. On the DNS Conf igurat ion tab, add the IP add ress f or th e Bar ricade Rou[...]

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    Configuring Clien t TCP/IP 24 Pinging 192.168.2.1 with 32 bytes of data: Request timed out. there ma[...]

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    25 C ONFIGURING THE B ARRI CADE R OUTER The Barr icade Rou ter can be config ured by a ny Java -supp[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 26 Disable Proxy Conn ection You will also nee d to ve rify tha t [...]

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    Netscap e (4 or ab ove) 27 2. In the Pr eferences window , under Cate gor y , double-cl ick Advanced[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 28 Navigating th e Web Browser Inte rface The Barr icade Rou ter?[...]

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    Setup Wizard 29 . Broadband Type Select t he type of broadb and conne ction you h ave. For a cab le [...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 30 Cable Modem After se lecting Cable M odem as th e Broadb and Ty[...]

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    Setup Wizard 31 PPPoE Enter the PPPoE User Name and P assword assigne d by you r Servi ce Provid er.[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 32 Advanced Setup Use the W eb managem ent int erface to define sy[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 33 Syste m Time Zone Sets the time z one for th e Barricade Router. T his inform ati[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 34 Password Se ttings Use this menu to r estrict ac cess b ased on[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 35 Remote Management Remote Man agement allow s a remote P C to co nfigure, m anage,[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 36 Dynamic IP The Hos t Name is o ptional, b ut may be required b [...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 37 Point-to-Point Ov er Ethernet (PPP oE) Enter the PPPoE User Name and P assword as[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 38 Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol ( PPTP) Point -to-Point Tunne[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 39 Static IP Address If your Internet S ervice P rovider h as assign ed a fixe d IP [...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 40 DNS Domain Nam e Serve rs map n umerical IP addr esses to t he [...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 41 Dial-up If you are ac cessing the Intern et via an ISDN TA o r PSTN modem atta ch[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 42 • Maximum Idle Time – Enter a ma ximum idl e time (i n minu[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 43 • LAN IP – Use the L AN menu to configure the LAN IP addres s for the Barrica[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 44 Address Mapping Allows one or mo re pub lic IP a ddresses to be[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 45 Virtual S erver If you co nfigure t he Barr icade Rou ter as a virtual se rver, r[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 46 Special Applications Some a pplicat ions, su ch as Inte rnet g [...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 47 For a full list of p orts and the se rvices t hat run on them, see www.iana.org/a[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 48 Note: Click on Add PC and define the appro priate set tings for[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 49 The MAC Filterin g feature o f the B arricade allows you to cont rol access to yo[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 50 Schedule Rule The Sched ule Rul e feature allows y ou to con fi[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 51 Intrus ion D etect ion[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 52 • SPI and Anti-DoS firewall protecti on (Default: Enabled) ?[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 53 • Stateful Packet Inspect ion – T his is called a “st ateful” p acket ins[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 54 • Connection Policy – Enter the ap propri ate value s for T[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 55 Total in complete TCP/ UDP ses sions LOW 250 ses sions Defines th e rate o f newl[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 56 DMZ If you hav e a clie nt PC th at cannot run an Inte rnet app[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 57 DDNS (Dynamic D NS) Settings Domain Name – A s eries of a lphanu meric str ings[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 58 This DN S feature is powered by TZO.c om. With a DDNS connecti [...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 59 Tools Use the T ools menu to backup the curr ent confi guration , restore a previ[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 60 Tools - Firmware Upgrade Use this sc reen to update t he firmwa[...]

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    Advanc ed Setup 61 Tools - Reset Click A PPLY to reset the Barri cade Route r. The r eset wil l be c[...]

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    Configuring the Ba rricade Router 62 The foll owing ite ms are i ncluded on this s creen: Section De[...]

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    63 C ONFIGURING THE P RINT S ERVER If you want to use the pr int server bui lt into the B arricad e [...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 64 3. Select the de stination folder and c lick on the Next button. The[...]

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    Install the SMC Printer Port Monitor 65 5. Enter the pri nter por t name that wi ll be use d to iden[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 66 Configure the Print Server The Barr icade’s print s erver su pport[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 67 2. F ollow the promp ts to a dd a Local pri nter to your system .Sp[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 68 5. Continue following the prompts to finish inst alling th e Barr ic[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 69 3. Select the mo nitored por t. The def ault por t name is SMC100. [...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 70 5. Specify the pr inter t ype attac hed to the B arr icade. 6. Conti[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 71 4. Click Next b utton to b egin the pr inte r instal lation pr oces[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 72 8. When you click the Next b utton the “ Add Sta ndard TCP/IP Pri [...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 73 9. T o star t this new installatio n wizard c lick the Ne xt button[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 74 11. Click the Ne xt b utton to cont inue 12. On the next dialog b ox[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 75 14. In the Configur e Standar d TCP/IP P or t Moni tor dialog box y[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 76 • The Queue Name is LPT1. • Verify the LPR Byte Countin g Enable[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 77 20. Once you hav e your pr inter listed a nd selec ted in thi s dia[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 78 21. Name your pr inter . In thi s dialog box you will give your inst[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 79 Once you have com pleted the print er in stallati on, you wi ll nee[...]

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    Configuring the Print Server 80 • All of th e other options shoul d be disa bled or uncheck ed. 4.[...]

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    Config ure th e Prin t Server 81 Confirm printer conne ction On the s tatus page of the web- based l[...]

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    83 T ROUBLESHOOTING The info rmation outlined i n this s ection de scrib es some u seful steps for g[...]

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    Troubleshooting 84 If you hav e any oth er IP address i nformat ion list ed see be low. If you have [...]

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    Troublesh ooting 85 3. Then type i pconfig/ renew . Symp tom The 10/1 00 LED does not ligh t after a[...]

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    Troubleshooting 86 • Check the network card co nnect ions. • The 10B ASE-T/10 0BASE-TX hub/swi t[...]

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    87 S PECIFICATIONS Below is an outline of the T echnica l Specif ications for the Barri cade 4-P or [...]

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    Specifications 88 Temperature Operating : 0 to 40 °C ( 32 to 104 °F) Storage: -20 t o 70 °C (- 4 [...]

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    Specifications 89 Industr y Canada Clas s B EN55022 ( CISPR 22) Class B C-Tick - AS/NZS 3548 (199 5)[...]

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    Specifications 90[...]

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    FOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT , CALL: Fr om U.S.A. and Canada (24 hours a day , 7 days a week) (800) SMC-4-Y[...]