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14 1 3 2 1 2 3 4 Quick Installation Guide for Hurricane8800P ( For Singapore Users )A. Hardware InstallationConsole Port41Line JackFor Serial Cable (RS-232) , to connect to Serial Port (Normally , no need to connect it)For Phone Cable (Rj-11) , to connect to ADSL Line3Power Connector2LAN ConnectorsFor Lan Cable (Rj-45) , to connect to PCs Network Card1ADSL2TELMicrofilterPhone Jack(2-way splitter)Phone Cable (RJ11)Straight RJ-45 CableStraight RJ-45 Cable*Plug the given microfilter into the connector marked at the back of the router.Connect the phone cable RJ-11 from the microfilter label “ADSL” to the main phone socket & another RJ-11 from “Tel” to your telephone line jack.*For surfing only , you may connect the phone cable directly to the router without going thru the microfilter .Laptop RJ-45 ConnectionDesktop RJ-45 Connection1. Turn off the computer.2. Plug the end of the Ethernet cable RJ-45 into any one connector marked at the back of the router.3. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into your computer's RJ-45 jack of the Ethernet card. Turn on the PC.*You may connect to a Hub/Switch to have more than 4 PCs connected.3Power Point5V Power AdapterConnect the given Power adaptor to the Jackmarked and then switch on the power point.After connecting up as shown on 1 ,2 and 3 , you should see the following lights on the routerPower LED (In red color)Light ON once detected4The console port is connected using the RJ–232 serial cable for configuration purposes. Normally you do not need to connect it.User is recommended to use the Web-based management to configure. Please refer to the back page for more information.*ADSL LED (In green color)Light ON when the connection is ONLAN LED X 4 (In green color)Keeps ON, Light blinks during datatransfer*If ADSL LED fail to light UP.CHECK1 : All telephones sharing the same ADSL line are attached with microfilters eachCHECK2 : ADSL account is activated and your ADSL line condition(check with your ISP if you’re unsure)
2C. Web-Based Configuration B. Configure Your PCsSpecify a static IP for your individual PCs.For Windows 95/98/MEGo To Control Panel >Network>TCP/IP of your LAN card > Properties1234Add Gateway toSelect TCP/IP of your Lan Card and then click PropertiesEnable DNS serverHost : pcAdd Singnet/Pacnet DNS*Set IP Address to X(X : 2~254)Remember to click on the Add buttonSet Subnet Mask to*IP Address for each PC MUST BE Unique. Example PC 1 IP add is , therefore PC 2 IP add should be and so forth.For Windows 2000/XPClick the Start button and then Control Panel. From there, click the Network and Internet Connections icon. Then click the Network Connections icon341Key in the IP Add , Subnet Mask , Gateway and DNS Server as followSelect the Local Area Connection icon for the applicable Ethernet adapter and then do a Right Click and select Properties2Select Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and then Click PropertiesNote : The router is OS IndependentC. Web-Based ConfigurationOpen Internet Explorer/Netscape , type in5Notes:i) You may have to disable the proxy settings on your internet browser.ii) For IE user , go to Tools> Internet Options>Connections>Choose Never dial a connection>go to LAN Settings>Disable Proxy Serverii) For Netscape user , click Edit>Preferences>Advanced>Proxies>Choose Direct connection to the Internet1Click Add Interface under Security Interface1The system will remind you to enter the administrator ’s username and password when restarting or configuring.6Add LAN Interface•Name: ppp-0 •Interface Type:externalClick ApplyThe configuration of PPPoA Router mode has been doneDefault username: admin password: admin2*Click Router mode under Configuration and choose PPPOA routed. Then click Configure711Click Add Interface under Security Interface again(i) Description: Name of the WAN connection. (e.g. SingNet)(ii) Choose CHAP(iii) User name and Password: The user name and password will be provided by your ISP when applying for ADSL service. )(iv) The rest of the settings will be in default(v) Click the Configure button38Add WAN Interface•Name : eth-0 or ip1•Interface Type : Choose internalClick ApplyNOTE: Please remember to save the configuration after finishing the settings.Click Save Config and then click the Save button to store your settings49Click Security. Choose Enable under Security State and click Change State*Pls refer to the manual for the configuration of other routing modes.Click Enable NAT to internal interfaces.