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WEP encryption (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encodes data for sending using a key that you have defined. Once they reach the recipient, who uses the same key, the data are restored to the state before you sent them. Recipients who do not know this key cannot read the content of this data stream or only after a great deal of effort. There are two security levels for calculating the encryption key:
u 64-bit mode u 128-bit mode

WPA encryption

WPA is a standard-conformant solution for greater security in wireless networks. WPA is meant to replace the existing WEP standard (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and offers more reliable encryption and authentication methods. With your Gigaset USB Adapter 108 you can use WPA encryption regardless of the operating system used. WPA encryption is particularly recommended where the highest security is required.
Range of wireless communication via a WLAN
Outdoors, the range is up to 300 m. Indoors, the maximum range is about 30 m. The operating environment, the nature of the rooms and building may reduce the range considerably. You can boost the range of your wireless network by placing a repeater, e.g. a Gigaset WLAN Repeater, at the limit of its range. The device also supports the XR functionality (eXtended Range). This can be used to increase the range. Die conversion to the XR mode is performed automatically at a respectively weak signal and when the partner station is also XR capable.
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Installing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108

System requirements

You will require:
u a PC with at least 466 MHz and one of the following operating systems: u 64 MB RAM, more memory is recommended u at least 30 MB free hard disk space u a free USB port u a CD-ROM drive or a DVD drive
Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Vista
The package contains the following components:
u a Gigaset USB Adapter 108 with USB cable and dipole antenna u a CD-ROM containing installation and configuration software, detailed operating
instructions and Acrobat Reader to read the operating instructions
u a Quick Installation Guide
Notes on positioning the network adapter
Choose a location with the least obstacles to the radio waves. Protect the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 against dampness. The Gigaset USB Adapter 108 should not be placed in the immediate vicinity of other electronic equipment. Electrical equipment can mutually affect each other, the radio waves may impair the functioning of other devices. Place the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 on a smooth, non-slip surface. Protect particularly sensitive surfaces. For the best possible range, we recommend placing the WLAN components in a central and open location. Avoid placing them in niches, under desks or behind cabinets, for example.

Status display

The Gigaset USB Adapter 108 has two LED displays labelled WLAN. LED Power State Continuously lit Off WLAN Flashing Off Meaning The Gigaset USB Adapter 108 was installed successfully on your PC and is ready for operation. The device is not ready. Data is being transmitted. There is currently no data traffic.

Installing the software

Please remember: Do not insert the USB cable plug into a spare USB port on your PC until the installation software prompts you to do so. First, the software included in the scope of delivery must be installed. This software not only includes the driver software for the USB device, it can also be used as a configuration and monitoring tool, the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor. Only this software has been written especially for the Gigaset USB Adapter 108. There are similar drivers available in the Windows driver database. But, as a rule, such drivers do not fully cover all the features or function in a different manner. Do not connect the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 to your PC until prompted by the installation program. If you connect the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 to your PC before installing the software, Windows will automatically recognise the device and show the dialog box prompting for the appropriate driver. Click on Cancel to close the dialogue. Remove the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 from the PC and install the software. Please remember: You may require administrator rights for the installation process on your PC. Information for users with Windows 98SE/ME: If you are prompted to restart your computer during installation, click on Restart. After this, installation continues automatically.You should now follow the instructions and steps shown below. Have your Windows Installation CD on hand. You may be prompted to insert it.

Running installation

Close all running programs. Insert the CD-ROM supplied into the CD-ROM drive of your PC and wait until the welcome screen appears. If this screen does not appear automatically, start installation manually: Open Windows Explorer. Select the CD-ROM drive. Double-click start.exe. The language selection screen appears

Select the language.

You will now see a screen showing the contents of the CD-ROM. Installation User Guide Install the software for the Gigaset USB Adapter 108. This opens the detailed operating instructions on the CD-ROM. If you cannot open the detailed operating instructions on the CD-ROM, you will have to install the free Adobe Reader. Here you will find solutions to various problems. Install Adobe Reader, Version 6. If you are looking for a particular file on the CDROM, you can display the CD-ROM contents in an Explorer window. The program returns to the language selection screen. This closes the program.

The following properties are shown:
u SSID (Service Set Identifier) in the Connection line u the transmission rate (in Mbps) in the Speed line u the transmission quality (in %) in the Link quality line
If there is no connection, you will see a red ball over the icon and in QuickInfo, Disconnected is displayed. Reading the connection quality from the icon The icon changes gradually depending on the current connection quality. The better the connection quality, the higher the transmission speed. With reasonable to poor connection:
If possible, move your PC closer to the connection partner for greater field strength.
No WLAN available (red cross over bar) There is no WLAN within range of your Gigaset USB Adapter 108 that you could connect to.
Check the configuration of the Access Point and adjust the Gigaset USB
Adapter 108 settings accordingly. OR
Change your location to reduce the distance to a connection partner.
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Configuring the Gigaset USB Adapter 108
The Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor
You can use the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor to configure and monitor your Gigaset USB Adapter 108.

Opening the monitor

In the standard setting, the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor is opened automatically in the background when you launch your PC. The Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor icon is then displayed in the status area of the taskbar.
Double-click on the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor icon in the status area of the
taskbar to open the monitor user interface. OR
Right-click on the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor icon in the status area of the taskbar. In the pop-up menu, you will see the available tabs and the Exit option. and display this tab directly. Use Exit to close the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor.
In the pop-up menu, click on the appropriate tab to open the monitor user interface
If you do not see the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor icon in the status area of the taskbar, you will have to run the program first:
In the start menu, click on Start Programs Gigaset USB Adapter 108
Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor. This launches the program. The Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor icon is then displayed in the status area of the taskbar.
Configuring the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 Deactivating Autostart

The Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor is opened automatically in the background when you launch your PC. If you do not need the monitor all the time, you can deactivate Autostart.
Select Start Programs Autostart. Right-click on the entry Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor. Select Delete to remove the link to Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor from Autostart.
Now that the monitor is no longer opened automatically when you launch your PC, you will have to open it manually when you need it.
Using Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor
In the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor user interface, you will find various settings and status displays for your network adapter in various tabs.
Tabs You can use the following Gigaset USB Adapter 108 tabs to configure the monitored network adapter:
u Configuration: Select profile, change general settings and security options
(see "Configuration" on page 21) (see "Status" on page 31)
u Status: Check current operating data and signal strength u IP Settings: Check network addresses, register and deregister PC
(see "IP settings" on page 32)
u Site Monitor: Find available connection partners
(see "Site Monitor" on page 34) (see "About" on page 36)
u About: Check software versions
Buttons With the buttons under each tab you can use one of the following options: Use the Radio On and Radio Off buttons to switch the wireless operation of your network adapter on and off. The current status of the wireless operation is shown by a green or red icon in the button. The wireless operation of the network adapter is activated (green icon). The PC is available on the network.
Click on Radio On to deactivate the wireless operation of the
network adapter. Radio Off is now displayed. The PC is no longer available on the network.
The wireless operation of the network adapter is deactivated (red icon). The PC is not available on the network.
Click on Radio Off to activate the wireless operation of the network adapter. Radio On is now displayed. The PC is available on the network. Use the Help button to open the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor help file. Use the Hide button to close the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor user interface. The icon in the status area of the task bar shows that the monitor is still active in the background.
Double-click this icon if you want to open the Gigaset WLAN
Adapter Monitor user interface again.
Configuring the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 Closing the monitor

IP Address Shows the Internet Protocol address with which your PC is registered to the WLAN. As a rule the IP address is assigned to your PC by the DHCP server coordinating the PC's access to a network, in a WLAN for example the Access Point's DHCP server. Computer name entered for your PC during installation of the operating system. Shows the physical address of your network adapter. Shows the value of the subnet mask that defines address pools for the IP-address: For example, the value 255.255.255.0 shows that the network address is formed by the first three blocks of the IP address. The last block is for the PC address in this network. How many blocks of the IP address are used for PC addressing depends on the size of the network and hence the number of connected PCs. Shows the IP address of the system which provides the DHCP server for the automatic addressing and coordination of the connected PCs. Shows the IP address of the system that enables access to a superior network, for example a connection to the Internet.
Host Name MAC Address Subnet Mask

DHCP Server

Gateway Renew IP Address
Click on Renew IP Address to connect your PC with a WLAN network.
The network adapter checks whether there is a DHCP server available within its radio range whose settings are compatible with those of the active configuration profile. If this is the case, the DHCP server responds to the query by assigning an IP address that your PC can use to exchange data over the new network.

Release IP Address

Click on Release IP Address to deregister your PC from the current WLAN.
Your PC is deregistered at the DHCP server and is no longer available to the WLAN connection partners. The DHCP server can assign the IP address allocated to your PC to a new connection partner.
Network utilisation The diagram in the lower section of the IP Settings tab shows the network utilisation achieved between the connection partner and your PC. Divided into data received and data sent, the actual transmission rates are shown and compared with the theoretical transmission rate available on this WLAN. The percentage values are updated continuously in the diagram.

Site Monitor

The Site Monitor tab provides a comprehensive overview of the connection partners available via the visible SSID. One click reads in a list with all the relevant information on the potential connection partners. If you want, you can set up a connection to one of the connection partners shown directly from the list.
Click on Scan to search the network environment for potential connection partners.

rectified (see Chapter "Fault tracing" on page 46). u You have acquired a newer version of Gigaset USB Adapter 108, and the operating instructions of the new device recommends deinstalling the older version. u You no longer need the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 and want to free up space on the hard disk and working memory. Deinstallation involves the following steps: 1. First deinstall the software for the Gigaset USB Adapter 108. 2. Then deinstall the hardware. 3. Complete deinstallation.
Deinstalling the software
To deinstall the software for the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 from your PC:
Close all running programs. Select Start Programs Gigaset USB Adapter 108 Deinstall Gigaset USB
Adapter 108. You will see a warning message.
Confirm the prompt with OK.
The software and all the drivers will now be removed from your PC.
Do not restart your PC until you have also removed the hardware.
Note: If you restart the PC before removing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 USB cable, Windows will automatically start its hardware recognition program. If this happens, close automatic hardware recognition by clicking on Cancel.
Completing deinstallation
Remove the USB cable from the PC's USB socket. Follow the remaining instructions and then restart your PC.
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Updating device drivers

You should update the driver for the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 when a new version is available. You can find information about the latest driver updates on our website, www.gigaset.com/gigasetusbadapter108.
Download the latest driver.
Then follow the following steps to update the device driver:
Deinstall the software for the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 as described in Chapter
"Deinstalling the Gigaset USB Adapter 108" on page 37. to.
After restarting your PC, open the directory where you downloaded the new drivers Start the update and follow the instructions given.
You will find further information about installation in Chapter "Installing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108" on page 10.
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Glossary

Access Point An Access Point, such as the Gigaset SE 551 dsl/cable, is the centre of a wireless local network (WLAN). It handles the connection of the wireless linked network components and regulates the data traffic in the wireless network. The Access Point also serves as an interface to other networks, e.g. an already existing Ethernet LAN or via modem to the Internet. The operating mode of wireless networks with an Access Point is called Infrastructure mode. Ad-hoc mode Ad-hoc modus describes wireless local networks (WLAN) in which the network components set up a spontaneous network without an Access Point, e.g. several notebooks in a conference. All the network components are peers. They must have a wireless network adapter. Authentication Authentication checks the true identity of a PC against a particular property. Bridge A Bridge connects several network segments to form a joint network, e.g. to make a TCP/ IP network. The segments can have different physical characteristics, e.g. different linking such as Ethernet and wireless LANs. Linking individual segments via Bridges allows local networks of practically unlimited size. See also Gateway, Hub, Router, Switch Broadcast A Broadcast is a data packet not directed to a particular recipient but to all the network components on the network. The Gigaset SE 551 dsl/cable does not pass broadcast packets on; they always remain within the local network (LAN) it administers. DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DHCP handles the automatic assignment of IP addresses to network components. It was developed because in large networks especially the Internet the defining of IP addresses is very complex as participants frequently move, drop out or new ones join. A DHCP Server automatically assigns the connected network components (DHCP clients) dynamic addresses from a defined IP pool range thus saving a great deal of configuration work. It also allows address pools to be used more effectively: Since not all participants are on the network at the same time, the same IP address can be assigned to different network components in succession as and when required. The Gigaset SE 551 dsl/cable includes a DHCP Server and so it can automatically assign IP addresses for the PCs on its local network. For certain PCs you can specify that their IP addresses are never changed.

DHCP Server See DHCP DNS Domain Name System DNS permits the assignment of IP addresses to computer or domain names that are easier to remember. A DNS server has to administer this information for each LAN with an Internet connection. As soon as a page on the Internet is called up, the browser obtains the corresponding IP address from the DNS Server so that it can establish the connection. On the Internet the assignment of domain names to IP addresses follows a hierarchical system. A local PC only knows the address of the local DNS Server. This in turn knows all the addresses of the PCs in the local network and the next higher DNS Server, which again knows addresses in its network and that of the next Name Server. DNS Server See DNS Domain name The domain name is the reference to one or more web servers on the Internet (e.g. gigaset.com). The domain name is mapped via the DNS service to the corresponding IP address. DSL Digital Subscriber Line DSL is a data transmission technology in which a connection to the Internet can be run at up to 1.5 Mbps over normal telephone lines. A DSL connection is provided by an Internet provider. It requires a DSL modem. Dynamic IP address A dynamic IP address is assigned to a network component automatically via DHCP. This means that the IP address of a network component can change with every login or at certain intervals. See also Static IP address Encryption Encryption protects confidential information against unauthorised access. With an encryption system data packets can be sent securely over a network. Ethernet Ethernet is the most widely-distributed network technology for local networks (LAN). It was defined by IEEE as standard 802.3. Ethernet uses a base band cable for data transmission with a transmission rate of 10 or 100 Mbps.
Gateway A Gateway is the system component that connects networks with completely different architectures (addressing, protocols, application interfaces etc.). Although it is not totally correct, the term is also used as a synonym for router. See also Bridge, Hub, Router, Switch Hub A Hub connects several network components in a star-topology network by sending all the data it receives from one network component to all the other network components. See also Bridge, Gateway, Router, Switch IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE is an international body for defining network standards, especially for standardising LAN technologies, transmission protocols and speeds, and wiring. IEEE 802.11 IEEE 802.11 is a standard for wireless 2.4-GHz band LANs. In Infrastructure mode, end devices can be connected to a base station (Access Point) or connect with each other spontaneously (Ad-hoc mode). Infrastructure mode Infrastructure mode is a way of operating wireless local networks (WLAN), in which an Access Point handles the data traffic. Network components cannot establish a direct connection with each other as is the case in Ad-hoc mode. Internet The Internet is a so-called wide-area network (WAN) linking several million users around the world. A number of protocols have been defined for exchanging data known by the name TCP/IP. All participants on the Internet are identifiable by IP addresses. Servers are addressed by a domain name (e.g. gigaset.com). Domain Name Service (DNS) is used to assign domain names to IP addresses. Among the most important Internet services are:

Subnet A subnetwork divides a network into smaller units. Subnet mask The subnet mask determines how many parts of the IP addresses of a network represent the network address and how many parts represent the computer address. The subnet mask administered by the Gigaset SE 551 dsl/cable is always 255.255.255.0. That means the first three parts of the IP address form the network address and the final part is used for assigning computer addresses. The first three parts of the IP address of all network components are in this case always the same. Super G Super G is an extension of the IEEE 802.11g mode. Channel bundling can be used to double the maximum transmission rate to 108 Mbps. Switch A Switch, like a Hub, is an element for linking different network segments or components. Unlike a Hub however, the Switch has its own intelligence that enables it to forward packets to only that subnet or network component they are meant for. See also Bridge, Gateway, Hub, Router TKIP Temporal Key Integrity Protocol TKIP is a further development of WEP encryption. Like WEP, TKIP encryption is based on the RC4 encryption algorithm. TKIP however generates new keys after every 10-Kbyte packet, thus meeting higher security requirements. UDP User Datagram Protocol UDP is a protocol of the TCP/IP protocol family that handles data transport between two communication partners (applications). Unlike TCP, UDP is a non-session based protocol. It does not establish a fixed connection. The data packets, called datagrams, are sent as a broadcast. The recipient is responsible for making sure the data is received. The sender is not notified about whether it is received or not. WAN Wide Area Network A WAN is a network that is not restricted to one particular area, such as the LAN. The Internet is the most frequently used WAN. A WAN is run by one or more public providers to enable private access. You access the Internet via an Internet provider.
WEP Wired Equivalent Privacy WEP is a security protocol defined in the IEEE 802.11 standard. In a WLAN, WEP encryption protects data against unauthorised access. WEP encryption uses the RC4 encryption algorithm. Wireless network See WLAN WLAN Wireless LAN Wireless LANs enable network components to communicate with a network using radio waves as the transport medium. A wireless LAN can be connected as an extension to a wired LAN or it can form the basis for a new network. The basic element of a wireless network is the cell. This is the area where the wireless communication takes place. A WLAN can be operated in Ad-hoc mode or Infrastructure mode. WLAN is currently specified in Standard IEEE 802.11. The Gigaset USB Adapter 108 complies with Standard 802.11g. WPA WPA is a standard-conformant solution for greater security in wireless networks. Intended to supersede the current WEP Standard (Wired Equivalent Privacy), WPA offers more reliable encryption and authentication methods. WPA-PSK WPA Pre-shared key WPA-PSK is a form of authentication in wireless network that allows users to define their own key. This key must then be used by all connection partners for WPA authentication. XR technology eXtended Range XR technology increases the range in a WLAN and thus enables better coverage of the desired range in home or office networks. When activated at the Access Point, this function can double or triple the range to the network adapters.

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Appendix

Fault tracing
Problem Drivers not found Causes and remedies A WLAN or LAN adapter was perhaps installed on your PC. It is possible that the drivers are being looked for in the wrong installation path.
Enter the path name for the drivers manually. The drivers
Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor icon does not appear in the taskbar
are stored in CD-ROM:\Installation\Gigaset USB Adapter 108\Driver The Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor software or the device drivers were not installed properly or the device has been deactivated in the device manager. whether the device exists and has been activated. If not, activate it. If it is not there, deinstall the software and install it again as described in Chapter "Installing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108" on page 10. The USB cable jack is not properly in the socket.
First check in the device manager of the control panel
The PC does not recognise the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 The connection quality is poor, or there is interference
Check to see if it is loose and push it in properly. Check in the device manager of the Windows operating sys
tem whether the USB socket has been activated or not. If not, activate it. Increase the distance between your Gigaset USB Adapter 108 and the device causing the interference.
Make sure that the PC in which the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 Do not place your PC with the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 near
microwave devices or devices with wireless video-audio transmission, e.g. room monitors as baby alarms, or near large metal objects. Ask your dealer or an experienced radio technician for advice.
is installed and the device causing the interference are connected to the power supply via different sockets.
Problem The connection is not set up at all or not properly Causes and remedies If you cannot set up a connection between your PC with the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 and another wireless network adapter, this may be due to a number of causes: The PC you want to connect to has not been powered up.

Power up the PC.

The transmission speed set does not match that of the partners in the network. speed. If this is the case, change to "Auto" (infrastructure mode). You are working in an ad-hoc network and a different radio channel is being used. The wrong mode has been set (infrastructure or ad-hoc mode). The SSIDs of the devices that are to communicate with each other are different. ners with network adapters for wireless operation. Different encryption is being used.
Check whether you have set a particular transmission
Select the correct radio channel. Select the correct mode.

Make sure that the same SSID is used for all connection part Select the same encryption on all devices. Restart your PC.
Changes in the configuration are not applied by your PC The IP address or the subnet mask is wrongly configured. rectly configured in the IP Settings tab. As a rule, it is necessary to assign static IP addresses when operating a network in ad-hoc mode. Depending on the environment and the devices, setting up a connection may take a while. work in question.
Make sure that the IP address and the subnet mask are cor-
It takes a long time to set up a connection
In Site Monitor, click on Scan or double-click on the net-
Problem You cannot establish a connection to the Access Point Causes and remedies If you cannot set up a connection between your Gigaset USB Adapter 108 and an Access Point, try one or more of the following:
Make sure that the physical connection of the Access Point

operates reliably.

Make sure that the same SSID is used for the Gigaset USB
Adapter 108 and the Access Point.
Check whether the security settings configured for the
Gigaset USB Adapter 108 match those for the Access Point, e.g. the same key for WEP encryption. other security measures, e.g. by a MAC filter or filter for IP addresses.
Check whether your access to the Access Point is blocked by Make sure that the IP address and the subnet mask are correctly configured in the IP Settings tab. As a rule, it is necessary to assign dynamic IP addresses when operating a network in infrastructure mode. If the following error message appears when installing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 under Windows 2000: "1608: Unable to create InstallDriver instance" and the installation is cancelled, the cause is that the Microsoft Network Client component is missing. To install the Microsoft Network Client:
Installation cancelled under Windows 2000
Select Start Settings Control Panel Network and

Dial-up Connections.

Right-click on LAN Connection, and select Properties. Then click on the following Install Client Add Client
for Microsoft Networks OK. The Microsoft Network Client component is now installed.
Restart your PC to apply the change. Install the software, see Chapter "Installing the Gigaset USB

Adapter 108" on page 10.
Problem The data transmission rate seems to be too low Causes and remedies
If possible, position your Gigaset USB Adapter 108 closer to
the Access Point or remove any obstacles blocking the line of sight. antenna.
Then realign the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 and Access Point You can also try changing the transmission rate from AUTO

to a defined value.

You can try changing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108 transmission mode to 802.11g.
Try using a different channel. Remember to change the
The Gigaset USB Adapter 108 does not work properly
channel setting on the Access Point first. You have checked all of the causes specified above, and still no communication is possible. Chapter "Installing the Gigaset USB Adapter 108" on page 10. It is possible that there is a fault in the software. Check on our website at www.gigaset.com/gigasetusbadapter108 if a newer version of the software is available. Proceed as has been described in Chapter "Updating device drivers" on page 38.
Deinstall the software and install it again as described in
All measures had no effect

Specifications

The specifications are subject to change.

Software

Compliance with stand- IEEE 802.11b/802.11g ards Operating modes Security properties Ad-hoc mode Infrastructure mode Support of SSID network identification for security Support of data encryption using the WEP algorithm (64 bit/128 bit) WPA-PSK encryption Authentication with WPA Further security settings for routers (filter for MAC addresses, Firewall, etc.) Monitor for configuration and monitoring Dynamic configuration 2 LED displays for operation and transmission status
Configuration and monitoring
Supported operating sys- Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP tems and Windows Vista

Hardware

Interface Wireless properties Frequency range Spreading Modulation Number of channels Transmission rate 2.400 to 2.4835 GHz Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) CCK, OFDM IEEE 802.11b: 13 (Europe, ETSI) IEEE 802.11g: 13 (Europe, ETSI) IEEE 802.11b: 1 / 2 / 5.5 / 11 Mbps IEEE 802.11g: 6 / 9 / 12 / 18 / 24 / 36 / 48 / 54 Mbps Super G: 72 / 96 / 108 Mbps 1 external antenna 1 internal antenna < 100 mW USB V2.0, backward compatible with USB V1.1
Antenna Antenna output power
Requirements for the power mains and the operating environment Temperature Humidity Power consumption Compliance with security conditions and regulations Operating temperature: 0 C to +50 C Storage temperature: -10 C to +70 C 5 % to 80 % (non condensing) 475 mA transmitting; 290 mA receiving CE, EN 6095

Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom
Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer's Guarantee under the conditions set out below:
u In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from
manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Gigaset Communications shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the said device. In respect of parts subject to wear and tear (including but not limited to, batteries, keypads, casing), this warranty shall be valid for six months from the date of purchase. u This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect is attributable to improper treatment and/or failure to comply with information contained in the user guides. u This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to services performed by the authorised dealer or the customer themselves (e. g. installation, configuration, software downloads). User guides and any software supplied on a separate data medium shall be excluded from the Guarantee. u The purchase receipt, together with the date of purchase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims under the Guarantee must be submitted within two months of the Guarantee default becoming evident. u Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to Gigaset Communications shall vest in Gigaset Communications. u This Guarantee shall apply to new devices purchased in the European Union. For Products sold in the United Kingdom the Guarantee is issued by: Gigaset Communications GmbH, Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt, Germany. u Any other claims resulting out of or in connection with the device shall be excluded from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee shall attempt to limit or exclude a Customers Statutory Rights, nor the manufacturer's liability for death or personal injury resulting from its negligence. u The duration of the Guarantee shall not be extended by services rendered under the terms of the Guarantee. u Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Gigaset Communications reserves the right to charge the customer for replacement or repair. u The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer. To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the Gigaset Communications telephone service. The relevant number is to be found in the accompanying user guide.

UDP. 44 USB port. 11 Utiliser mot de passe. 28
WEP. 27, 45 WEP encryption. 9, 45 Wireless LAN basics. 7 general. 45 Wireless local network basics. 7 WLAN basics. 7 Working memory. 10 WPA. 9 WPA-PSK. 26
XR. 45 XR functionality. 9
Technical data. 50 TKIP. 44 Trademarks. 6
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Contents

Safety precautions. 6 Your contribution to the environment (ECO). 6 The Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable. 7
Local networks with Gigaset products. 8 Wired local network (Ethernet). 9 Wireless local network (WLAN). 10 Linking a wireless network (WLAN) to an Ethernet (LAN). 12 Features and applications. 13 Procedure for installation and configuration. 15

First Steps. 16

Contents. System requirements. Operating displays and connections. Front panel. Back panel. Setting up the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable. Connecting the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable. To the DSL or cable modem. To the PC. To the mains power supply. 21 23

The user interface. 24

Launching the user interface. The start screen. Selecting a language. Elements on the user interface. 27 28

Basic Setup Wizard. 29

Regional Options. 30 Configuring Internet connection. 31 Summary. 33

Security settings. 34

Assigning a Password. SSID. Setting security functions for the wireless network. WPA2 / WPA with Pre-shared key (PSK). WEP encryption. Access control within the wireless network. Saving settings. 42
Configuring the Advanced Settings. 43
Internet. Internet Connection. DNS server. MAC address. Traffic Control. Firewall. Attack detection. Setting up access control to the Internet. Setting up the NAT function. Port Triggering. Port Forwarding. Opening the firewall for selected PCs (Exposed Host). Dynamic DNS. QoS (Quality of Service). LAN configuration. Assigning static IP addresses to individual PCs. Configuring wireless connections. Setting wireless security. WPA2-PSK and WPA2-PSK / WPA-PSK. WEP encryption. Allowed clients. Repeater function (WDS). USB. File server. Web Server. Printer server. 86 89
Administration and status information. 90
Connecting to the Internet manually. Regional Options. Internet Time. System Password. Setting up Remote Management. Saving and restoring a configuration. Saving configuration data. Restoring the back-up. Resetting to the factory settings. Reboot. Updating firmware. System Log. 97 98

Status information. 99

Overview. 99 Security. 101 Internet. 103 Traffic Control. 105
Local Network. 106 Wireless Network. 107 Device. 108
Installing the printer port for network printers. 110
Introduction. Installing a standard TCP/IP printer port under Windows XP/2000. Installing a printer on the TCP/IP port retrospectively. Installing a printer driver under Windows 98 SE or ME. Instructions for setting up a printer on the PC. 119

Appendix. 120

Deactivating HTTP proxy and configuring pop-up blocker. Trouble shooting. Specifications. Authorisation. Disposal. Service (Customer Care). Guarantee Certificate (United Kingdom). Guarantee Certificate (Ireland). 127 128

Glossary. 130 Index. 142

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Safety precautions

u Only use the mains adapter (12V 1A DC) that is supplied with the Gigaset SE551
WLAN dsl/cable. Comply with the connection values and ratings when connecting the device to the mains power supply. u Protect the device from damp. u Never open the device. For reasons of electrical safety it may only be opened by authorised service technicians. u The device may affect medical equipment.
Your contribution to the environment (ECO)
We at Gigaset Communications GmbH make our products as environmentally compatible as possible. Our goal is a sustainable process that makes it easier for us to comply with the strict stipulations of the ISO standard 14001 for international environmental management. Further advantages for the ecology

Connect one of the LAN sockets (LAN1 LAN4) on the back of the Gigaset SE551
The four LAN sockets can automatically set the transmission speed to 10 Mbps Ethernet or 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet and the transmissions mode to Half duplex or Full duplex depending on the performance of the network adapter in your PC.
WLAN dsl/cable to the Ethernet connection on a PC. To do this, use an Ethernet cable with RJ-45 jacks (CAT5). This can also be done with the supplied Ethernet cable.
First Steps To the mains power supply
Please remember: Only use the router with the mains adapter (12V 1A DC) that is supplied.
Connect the mains adapter cable to the 12V DC socket on the Gigaset SE551 WLAN

dsl/cable.

Plug the mains adapter into a mains socket.
Your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable is now ready for use.
u The power LED on the front lights up. u The WLAN LED lights up to indicate that the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable is ready
to open wireless connections. The radio link to a PC that is connected by means of a wireless network adapter is opened automatically provided the network adapter has been configured with the same SSID as the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable (see page 21). It can take a few seconds for the wireless connection to be established. The WLAN LED flashes when data is sent or received via this connection.
u The LAN LEDs light up if a device is connected to the corresponding LAN connection
by means of an Ethernet cable. In order to communicate via the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable, the network must be configured on the connected PC. This usually takes place automatically.
You will find information on how to operate devices on the USB port of the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable on page 110 for printers, on page 83 for external bulk memories, and in the document "Gigaset WLAN. Practical tips" on the supplied CD.
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The user interface

Once you have configured the network settings on a PC in your local network, you can then use that PC to configure the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable with the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable's user interface. You can use any browser for the configuration, e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 1.0 or higher. Please remember: To start the configuration environment you might need to deactivate the HTTP proxy for your browser (see (page 120)). If you use Mozilla Firefox or if you use Internet Explorer and Windows XP Service Pack 2, you need to configure the popup blocker (see (page 120)).

Security Setup Wizard

Advanced Settings

Status

Internet status Language

Selecting a language

The user interface can be presented in various languages.
Click on Language on the top right above the screen.
If you wish to change the preset language, select the required language from the
Click OK to apply the setting.
You might have to load the file for the language you require. Follow the on-screen instructions on the user interface. Reboot the device to activate the change. Confirm the reboot in the dialogue field shown. Once the procedure has been concluded the start screen is shown again.
Elements on the user interface
The user interface pages contain the following elements: Log Off button The Log Off button is always present on the right above the user interface. If you click on Log Off the session is terminated and the login screen appears again. Help Click on the question mark to display explanations about the current user interface screen. Buttons and symbols used by the wizards The wizards use graphic symbols to show which steps you have already carried out. As soon as you have changed the configuration in a screen, you can activate the new setting by clicking on Next > at the bottom of the screen. The Back button returns you to the previous configuration step, and < Back returns you to the start screen. Buttons in the Advanced Settings menu OK Cancel Transfers the settings you have made to the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable configuration. Deletes all the entries in a screen since the last time you clicked on OK. This button is not available for the initial configuration of the device.
Other buttons may be visible depending on the function in question. These are described in the relevant sections.
The Basic Setup Wizard guides you step by step through the general configuration of the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable. This includes settings for your region and for your Internet access. Connection to the Internet is established via the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable for all PCs connected to it. You need your Internet Provider's access data for the configuration. Please have this data to hand. Please remember: The Basic Setup Wizard will reconfigure your Internet settings if this has already been done previously. This does not affect the WLAN and LAN settings. The access data is stored in the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable during configuration. Before passing the device on to somebody else or having your dealer replace it, you should first restore the factory settings (see page 96). Otherwise unauthorised persons may use your Internet access data at your expense.
Select Basic Setup Wizard on the start screen to start the configuration.

Enter the total volume of data available per month in megabytes (MB).
Individual limits You can specify individual limits for data volumes for individual PCs within your network.
Select or deselect Individual limits. Enter the MAC address of the PC and a device name for identification. In the Volume limit field, enter the data volume available per month in megabytes
(MB). A standard volume limit is used for all non-listed clients.
Click on Delete to delete an entry. Click on Add to create a new entry with the entered data or for the selected PC. Click on OK to save and apply the changes.
You can check at any time how much time and volume is still available this month in the Status Traffic Control menu (see page 105) and on the login screen for the configuration program under Traffic Control (see page 24). Please remember: The values recorded by your device for online time and transmitted data volume are only intended for your guidance and may differ from the exact values determined by your Internet provider.

Firewall

The firewall functions of the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable include various security functions for your local network. You can:
u protect your network against hacker attacks (see below), u block individual PCs' access to selected services or Internet sites (see page 56) or
restrict them by means of a schedule rule (see page 59). The firewall functions for Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable are activated and configured in the factory. If you wish to deactivate the firewall, carry out the following steps:
In the Advanced Settings Internet menu, select Firewall.
Select the required option. Click OK to apply the settings.
Configuring the Advanced Settings Attack detection
If the firewall functions of your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable are activated, the device monitors and limits the access of incoming traffic via the DSL connection with a function called Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI). This allows the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/ cable to identify and prevent certain types of attack from the Internet, such as Denialof-Service (DoS). DoS attacks are aimed at devices and networks with Internet connections. The aim is not so much to steal data but to paralyse the computer or network to such an extent that the network resources are no longer available. A typical hacker attack involves making a remote computer announce that it is acting for the paralysed device, for example, and receive the data meant for it. You can use the Attack Detection function to change the standard firewall settings and arrange to be notified by email about any attempted hacker attacks.

Schedule Rules If you have set up an access rule (see page 57) for certain services in the Internet. you can control it by means of a schedule rule. A schedule rule determines the period for which a defined access control is active. You can define several rules. A rule takes effect when you select Access Rules in the menu and activate it.
In the Access Control field under Schedule Rules, click on Edit.
Assign a name to the new rule under Comment. This name will then appear in the
selection list on the screen for the menu entry Access Rules. Click on Add to define a new rule. Select the day of the week from the list or else the option Every day. Enter the time for the rule to Begin and End. Click OK to apply the settings.
URL filter The URL filter allows you to block access to certain Internet sites or Internet domains or to limit access to certain Internet sites. Once you have entered the relevant URLs you can then create access rules that apply the URL filter for the selected clients in your network.
In the Advanced Settings Internet Firewall menu, select Access Control.
Select Filtering mode, i.e. whether you wish to allow or block access to the URLs in

the list.

Enter the required URL in the field. Click on Delete to delete an entry. Click on Add to create a new entry. Click OK to apply the settings.
Setting up the NAT function
Your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable comes provided with the NAT (Network Address Translation) function. With Address Mapping, several users on your local network can access the Internet via one or more public IP addresses. In the default setting, all the local IP address are mapped to your router's public IP address. One feature of NAT is that data from the Internet is not allowed into your local network unless it has been explicitly requested by one of the PCs on that network. Most Internet applications run behind the NAT firewall without any problems. If you request Internet pages, for example, or send and receive e-mails, the request for data from the Internet comes from a PC on the local network and so the router allows the data through. The router opens exactly one port for the application. A port is an internal PC address through which the data is exchanged between a server on the Internet and a client on a PC in the local network. Communicating via a port follows the rules of a particular protocol (TCP or UDP). If an external application tries to send a call to a PC within the local network, the router will block it. There is no open port via which the data could enter the local network. Some applications, such as games on the Internet, require several links, i.e. several ports so that the players can communicate with each other. In addition, these applications must also be permitted to send requests from other users on the Internet to the user on the local network. These applications cannot work if Network Address Translation (NAT) has been activated. Using port forwarding (the forwarding of requests to particular ports) you make the router forward requests from the Internet for a certain service, e.g a game, to the appropriate port or ports on the PC on which the game is running. Port triggering is a specific variant of port forwarding. Unlike port forwarding, in this case the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable forwards data from the set port block to the PC which has previously sent data to the Internet via a certain port (trigger port). This means that approval for the data transfer is not tied to one specific PC in your network, but only to the port numbers of the required Internet service. Where configuration is concerned, this means:

Select the Off option to deactivate SSID broadcast.
Transmission mode This function is only shown in the window if the Super G transmission mode is deactivated (see page 73). The standard IEEE 802.11g permits data transfer up to 54 Mbit/s, IEEE 802.11b up to 11 Mbit/s. For the best possible data transfer rates in your network select IEEE 802.11g only. To operate clients with older wireless network adapters in your network, select IEEE 802.11b/g (mixed).
Select the required transmission mode for your wireless network. Select the required sending power for your device.

Sending power

We recommend that you select a sending power with a range to suit the spatial environment of your local network. A much greater range makes it easier to eavesdrop on your wireless data transmission.
Super G (108 Mbit/s) With the aid of channel bundling, the Super G transmission mode enables wireless data transfer up to 108 Mbps. The channel for wireless data transfer cannot be changed. You can only use Super G if this function is supported by at least one client in your wireless network. For the best possible data transfer rates, all clients in your LAN should support Super G. Please remember: If you activate Super G as the transmission mode, but it is not supported by all components in your wireless network, then for technical reasons the transfer rate in the network may be significantly lower than the possible maximum of 108 Mbit/s.
Select the mode for using Super G (108 Mbit/s) for your wireless network to increase the data transmission speed. You have a choice of two modes. Static: Wireless transmission is at a rate of just 108 Mbps. Clients that do not support this speed cannot connect to Access Point. Dynamic: If you select this transmission mode, the router accepts subscribers that communicate at different transfer rates and adjusts to the slowest client in the network. menu.
If you do not wish to use Super G (108 Mbit/s), select Disabled in the selection
XR (extended range) Activating XR enables data transfer even in the peripheral areas of your wireless network, albeit at very low data transfer rates. Conversion to XR mode occurs automatically when the signal is weak enough and if the partner station is also XR capable.
Activate or deactivate XR for your wireless network to increase the range. Click on OK to apply the settings.

In the Administration menu, select System Log to make the settings for the log.
Log level: Select how much information is to be contained in the system log. You
can choose between four levels: Critical: logs the most important information concerning possible problems in the functioning of your device Debugging:complete and detailed information about all your device's functions Warning and Informational are intermediate levels. Activate this function if you require automatic transmission of your device's system log to a system log server in your local network. Server address: Enter the IP address for the system log server. Server port: Enter the port of the system log server that is to be used to transmit the system log.

System log server

Status information
You can view information about the configuration and status of the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable in the Status menu of the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable. On the first screen you will see an overview of the status of the Internet connection, the local and wireless network, and of the device. For detailed information you can view the following status screens:
u Security u Internet u Traffic Control u Local Network u Wireless Network u Device To display a status screen, proceed as follows:
Select Status on the start screen. Select the entry with the information you require.

Overview

On the first screen you are given an overview of the current operating status and most important data for your device.
Internet u Connection status The status of the connection to the Internet and, if connected, the duration of the connection.

u IP address

The public IP address of your device. Local network u IP address The local IP address of your device.

u DHCP Server

The status of the DHCP server for your device and, if activated, the number of clients in your network to which an IP address has been assigned. Wireless network

u Status

The status of the wireless network connection for your device and, if activated, the number of clients in your wireless network connected to your device.

u SSID

The identification of your wireless network. Device

u System time

Your device's system time.

u Remote management enabled
Any user, including unauthorised ones, who gains knowledge of the system password for your device can access your device's configuration program via the Internet. The section entitled "Setting up Remote Management" on page 93 describes how to avoid this security risk.
On the Internet screen in the Status menu you will find information about the status of your device's Internet connection.

u Connection status

Shows the status of the connection to the Internet and, if connected, the duration of the connection. If you have set Connect on demand or Connect manually as the connection mode (see page 44), you can Connect or Disconnect the connection to the Internet manually here.

u Connection mode

The connection mode set for connecting to the Internet.
Shows the public IP address of your device.

u MAC address

Shows the public MAC address of your device.

u Default gateway

Shows the IP address of the default gateway used for the current Internet connection.

u Preferred DNS server

Shows the IP address of the preferred DNS server used for the current Internet connection.

u Alternate DNS server

Shows the IP address of the alternative DNS server used for the current Internet connection.

u Downstream rate

Shows the transmission rate of the current Internet connection for downloads from the Internet.

u Upstream rate

Shows the transmission rate of the current Internet connection for uploads to the Internet.

u PPPoE pass-through

Shows the status of PPPoE pass-through for your DSL or cable connection for establishing Internet connections straight from a PC to your network.
u Address Translation (NAT)
Status Shows the status of NAT (Network Address Translation) for your Internet connection. NAT table Shows the number of entries currently existing in the NAT table. Click on Empty to delete all currently existing entries in the NAT table. u Dynamic DNS Dynamic DNS Shows the status of the dynamic DNS for your Internet connection. Domain name Shows the domain name set for dynamic DNS. Click on Refresh to refresh this screen and update the displayed data.

Traffic Control

On the Traffic Control screen in the Status menu you will see information about limits and the time and data volume currently available for your Internet connection.

u Repeater (WDS)

Status Shows the status of the WDS (Wireless Distribution System) in your wireless network for increasing the range. WDS links Shows the currently existing number of connections to other Access Points or repeaters in your wireless network. Click on Refresh to refresh this screen and update the displayed data.

Device

On the Device screen in the Status menu you will find information about the most important data for your device.

u System uptime

Shows your device's operating time since the last time the system was started.
Shows the system time for your device.
Shows the version of the firmware currently installed in your device.

u Bootcode version

Shows the version of the boot code currently installed in your device.
u Wireless driver version
Shows the version of the WLAN driver currently installed in your device.

u Hardware version

Shows the version of your device's hardware.

u Serial number

Shows your device's serial number.

u System Log

The system log can give you important information about the functioning of your device and possible problems. You can adjust the scope of the system log to suit your needs (see the section entitled "System Log" on page 98).
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Installing the printer port for network printers
Your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable is equipped with a USB port that you can use, for example, to connect a printer for use as the network printer.

Introduction

A network printer is a printer on which you can print your documents without it being connected to your PC, e.g. to LPT1, the parallel interface. This has the advantage that you only need this printer once in your network. All PCs for which it is released can access it and work with it. Note: For multifunction devices (combination of printer, copier or fax) only the printer functionality is supported. At present the printer server can only be used with selected printers that support USB V2.0. You can obtain further information by contacting the hotline or else on the Internet (see page 127). In most cases a printer of this type is connected to another PC in the network. This does indeed offer the advantage referred to above, but it has serious disadvantages:

u The printer can only be used by others if the PC to which it is connected is switched
u The print job you send to the PC on which the printer depends reduces the perform-
ance (resources) of this PC. If you use the USB port on the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable for your printer you have all the advantages of a network printer without the disadvantages referred to above: WLAN dsl/cable and the printer itself must be switched on, of course).
u The network, and consequently also the printer, are always ready (the Gigaset SE551 u As it is connected to the USB printer port on your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable it
does not detract from the performance of any other PC in the network. To facilitate this option you must first set up a printer port on each PC wanting to use the network printer. A printer port is an interface on the PCs which forwards the print job to an IP address within the network. Once you have set up this port you must install the printer driver.
Installing a standard TCP/IP printer port under Windows XP/ 2000
You can use the standard TCP/IP port driver present in this operating system. Make sure that the Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable is connected and can be reached in the network. A printer need not be connected to the USB port on your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable at this point. The following illustrations show installation on Windows XP. Installation on Windows 2000 is essentially the same.
Click on Start and in the window that opens click on Printers and Faxes.
Double click in the window that has opened on Add printer.
The wizard for installing a printer is opened.
In the Add Printer wizard, click on Next.
The printer port you are installing will behave like an additional parallel connection to the PC. For this reason you must click on the option button next to Local printer in this window. There must not be a tick in the square Plug and Play printer check box below. If there is a tick present, click on the box to remove it.

The welcome window for installing the port driver is opened.
Read the information it contains carefully. Click on Next.
The necessary files are copied to your PC and executed. Once all the data has been transferred to your PC you are prompted to complete the installation of the port driver.
Click on Finish. Reboot your PC.
You have now installed the printer port and effectively installed an extra printer interface in your PC. You must carry out this installation on every PC with Windows 98 or ME that is to use this printer in the network. You might possibly still have to correct the IP address for the printer.
Select Start Settings Printer, select the printer and right-click on the mouse to

open the pop-up menu.

Select Properties and open the Details tab. Select the port and click on Connection Settings. Change the IP address if necessary. It must be the same as that for the Gigaset SE551

WLAN dsl/cable.

Instructions for setting up a printer on the PC
Once you have installed the printer port you still cannot start printing. The printer port is nothing more than an additional interface on your PC, comparable with the USB port. It means that any printer you install on this port is also regarded as a local printer even though it is located in the network and possibly remote from you. You still need to connect and configure the printer to this port.
Connect the printer to the USB interface on your Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable.
The printer is installed in the same way as any other printer:
Go through Start Settings Printer and click on New Printer. In the window that opens, click on Next. Proceed as instructed by the printer installation wizard. Please note:
In the window in which you are prompted to specify the location of the printer you should select Local Printer (usually the default setting).
Then click on Next. Continue to install the printer. Select your printer and click on Next. When the window appears in which you are prompted to enter the type of connection, double click on the port name Gigaset_Druckerport.
Then continue to install the printer and finish the installation.
Note: The Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl/cable's printer server does not work bidirectionally. It does not evaluate any of the printer's response messages. For this reason please make sure that your printer is also configured unidirectionally.

Operating environment Temperature Humidity LED displays (green) Operating temperature 0 to 40 C Storage temperature -10 to 70 C 5% to 80% (non condensing) Power Online (Internet) WLAN (activity, wireless) WAN (connection to modem, activity) LAN1 to LAN4 (connection to PC, activity, wired) USB (device connection)
Compliance with security conditions and regulations CE, EN60950 Software Browser-based configuration environment NAT, PPPoE DHCP server and client NAT, Port Forwarding, Port Triggering, Exposed Host Security Setup Firewall, prevention of hacker attacks MAC address filtering URL filtering, DoS blocking, SPI Log file WEP encryption WPA2 / WPA encryption

Authorisation

This device is intended for use within the European Economic Area and Switzerland. If used in other countries, it must first be approved nationally in the country in question. Country-specific requirements have been taken into consideration. We, Gigaset Communications GmbH, declare that this device meets the essential requirements and other relevant regulations laid down in Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity is available at this Internet address: www.gigaset.com/docs.

Disposal

United Kingdom All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities. This crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC. The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your local council refuse centre or the original supplier of the product. Ireland All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities. This crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC. The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

Internet protocol, see IP protocol Internet provider. 45, 134 Internet time. 92 Internet use limits. 50 time limit. 51 volume limit. 51 IP address. 69, 135 address block. 69 assigning automatically. 69 assigning static. 70 dynamic. 132 Gigaset SE551 WLAN dsl. 24 private. 137 public. 137 static. 139 IP address block for DHCP. 70 IP address pool. 135 IP protocol. 134 ISP, see Internet provider MAC address. 135 changing registration. 49 cloning. 49 MAC address filter. 41 MAC Encapsulated Routing, see MER MAC table. 41 Mains adapter connecting. 23 socket. 18 Mains power supply connection to. 23 Manual connection. 46 Maximum Receive Unit, see MRU Maximum Transmission Unit, see MTU Mbps. 136 MER. 136 Mozilla Firefox. 16, 24 MRU. 136 MTU. 136
Key length. bit (ASCII). 40, bit (hexadecimal). 40, bit (ASCII). 40, bit (hexadecimal). 40, 78 Key type. 40
LAN. 12, 135 LAN connection creating. 22 creating wired. 22 creating wirelessly. 21 LAN socket. 18 transmission speed. 22 Lease time. 70, 135 LED behaviour after initial connection. 23 LED displays. 17 Local IP address, see Private IP address Local network. 7, 13, 135 Login screen. 24
NAT. 61, 136 port forwarding. 61 port triggering. 61 Network. 136 ad-hoc mode. 10 infrastructure. 10 wired. 9 wireless. 10 Network adapter. 136 Ethernet. 9 wireless. 10, 21 Network Address Translation. 61 Network Address Translation, see NAT Network printer. 110

Operating state. 17

MAC access control list. 41, 79
Pack contents. 16 Passphrase. 40 Password. 24, 35 assigning. 35 changing. 35 forgotten. 35
PC connecting. 21 Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM, see PPPoA Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet, see PPPoE Port. 136 public port. 61, 63 trigger port. 61, 63 Port forwarding. 61, 137 setting up. 64 Port number. 64, 136 illustration. 64 Port triggering. 61, 62 setting up. 63 PPPoE. 13, 137 PPPoE Pass-Through. 32, 46 Pre-shared key Printer connecting. 119 installing on TCP/IP port. 117 Printer interface configuring. 110 Printer port (TCP/IP) installing. 111 Printer server. 89 Private IP address. 137 Problem solving. 122 Protocol. 137 Public IP address. 137 Router. 138 dynamic IP address. 66 IP address. 69 setting up local network. 8
QoS (Quality of Service). 68
Radio network. 141 ad-hoc mode. 10 infrastructure mode. 10 RADIUS server. 76 Reboot. 18, 96 Regional options. 91 Rekeying. 38, 75 Remote management. 93, 137 Removing hardware safely. 82 Repeater. 81 Reset. 18, 96 Roaming. 138
Safety precautions. 6 Schedule rule. 59 Security architecture, WEP. 77 Security measures. 14 Security settings. 26, 34 saving. 42 Server. 138 virtual. 140 Service. 127 Service Set Identifier, see SSID Session Initiation Protocol, see SIP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, see SMTP Simple Network Management Protocol, see SNMP SIP. 138 SMTP. 138 SNMP. 138 Socket for DSL or cable modem. 18 for mains adapter. 18 LAN. 18 USB. 18 SPI. 55 SSID. 15, 36, 139 changing. 36 default setting on router. 15 hidden. 72 visible. 36, 72 SSID broadcast. 36, 72 Start screen. 25 Stateful Packet Inspection. 55 Static IP address. 139 Status device. 108 local network. 106 overview. 99 security. 101 time and volume control. 105 wireless network. 107 Status information. 99 Subnet. 139

 

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