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Do not use this e-mail address for technical support questions. For information about contacting Technical Support, please refer to the Support and Safety Information sheet. Related Documentation In addition to this guide, each Router document set includes one Installation Guide. This guide contains the instructions you need to install and configure your Router.
INTRODUCING THE ROUTER
Welcome to the world of networking with 3Com. In the modern business environment, communication and sharing information is crucial. Computer networks have proved to be one of the fastest modes of communication but, until recently, only large businesses could afford the networking advantage. The OfficeConnect product range from 3Com has changed all this, bringing networks to the small office. The products that compose the OfficeConnect range give you, the small office user, the same power, flexibility, and protection that has been available only to large corporations. Now, you can network the computers in your office, connect them all to a single Internet outlet, and harness the combined power of all of your computers.
OfficeConnect Wireless 54Mbps/108Mbps 11g cable/DSL Router
The OfficeConnect Wireless 54Mbps/108Mbps 11g cable/DSL Router is designed to provide a cost-effective means of sharing a single broadband Internet connection amongst several wired and wireless computers. The Router also provides protection in the form of an electronic firewall, preventing anyone outside of your network from seeing your files or damaging your computers. The Router can also prevent your users from accessing Web sites which you find unsuitable. Figure 1 shows an example network without a Router. In this network, only one computer is connected to the Internet. This computer must always be powered on for the other computers on the network to access the Internet.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING THE ROUTER
Figure 1 Example Network Without a Router
When you use the Router in your network (Figure 2), it becomes your connection to the Internet. Connections can be made directly to the Router, or to an OfficeConnect Switch or Hub, expanding the number of computers you can have in your network.
Figure 2 Example Network Using a Wireless 11g Cable/DSL Router
The advantages of the Router include:
Shared Internet connection for both wired and wireless computers High speed 802.11g wireless networking No need for a dedicated, always on computer serving as your Internet connection Cross-platform operation for compatibility with Windows, Unix and Macintosh computers Easy-to-use, Web-based setup and configuration Provides centralization of all network address settings (DHCP) Acts as a Virtual server to enable remote access to Web, FTP, and other services on your network Security Firewall protection against Internet hacker attacks and encryption to protect wireless network traffic Filtered access of inappropriate Web sites using the built-in URL filter
Obtaining an IP Address Automatically
Refer to the section below which relates to your operating system for details on how to obtain an IP address automatically.
If you are using a Windows 2000-based computer, use the following procedure to change your TCP/IP settings: 1 From the Windows Start Menu, select Settings > Control Panel. 2 Double click on Network and Dial-Up Connections. 3 Double click on Local Area Connection. 4 Click on Properties. 5 A screen similar to Figure 6 should be displayed. Select Internet Protocol TCP/IP and click on Properties.
CHAPTER 3: SETTING UP YOUR COMPUTERS
Figure 6 Local Area Properties Screen
6 Ensure that the options Obtain an IP Address automatically, and Obtain DNS server address automatically are both selected as shown in Figure 7. Click OK.
Figure 7 Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Screen
7 Restart your computer.
If you are using a Windows XP computer, use the following procedure to change your TCP/IP settings: 1 From the Windows Start menu, select Control Panel. 2 Click on Network and Internet Connections. 3 Click on the Network Connections icon. 4 Double click on LAN or High Speed Connection icon. A screen titled Local Area Connection Status will appear. 5 Select Internet Protocol TCP/IP and click on Properties. 6 Ensure that the options Obtain an IP Address automatically, and Obtain DNS servers automatically are both selected. Click OK. 7 Restart your computer.
If you are using a Windows 95/98/ME computer, use the following procedure to change your TCP/IP settings: 1 From the Windows Start Menu, select Settings > Control Panel. 2 Double click on Network. Select the TCP/IP item for your network card and click on Properties. 3 In the TCP/IP dialog, select the IP Address tab, and ensure that Obtain IP address automatically is selected. Click OK.
If you are using a Macintosh computer, use the following procedure to change your TCP/IP settings: 1 From the desktop, select Apple Menu, Control Panels, and TCP/IP. 2 In the TCP/IP control panel, set Connect Via: to Ethernet. 3 In the TCP/IP control panel, set Configure: to Using DHCP Server. 4 Close the TCP/IP dialog box, and save your changes. 5 Restart your computer.
Disabling PPPoE and PPTP Client Software
If you have PPPoE or PPTP client software installed on your computer, you will need to disable it. To do this: 1 From the Windows Start menu, select Settings > Control Panel. 2 Double click on Internet Options. 3 Select the Connections Tab. A screen similar to Figure 8 should be displayed. 4 Select the Never Dial a Connection option.
Figure 24 LAN IP Address Screen
This screen displays a suggested LAN IP address and subnet mask of the Router. It also allows you to change the IP address and subnet mask. DHCP The Router contains a Dynamic Host Configuration (DHCP) server that can automatically configure the TCP/IP settings of every computer on your network.
Figure 25 DHCP Server Setup Screen
To activate the DHCP Server option, select Enable the DHCP server with the following settings: and specify the IP pool range. The largest available continuous IP pool will be automatically entered; if this is not appropriate, make your required changes. To disable DHCP, select Do not enable the DHCP server. Click Next when you have finished.
Figure 26 Wireless Configuration Screen
This screen displays the Channel and Service Area Name. It also allows you to change these settings. There are a maximum of 14 channels, the number available to you is dependent on the country you reside in. Selecting Clear Channel Select from the Channel drop-down list allows the Router to automatically select an available channel when first powered on. The Service Area Name default for 3Com products is 3Com. Up to 32 (case sensitive) characters can be entered for the Service Area Name. 3Com strongly recommends that you change the SSID to something other than the default. Click Next when you have finished. If you are configuring the Router from a wireless computer any changes you make to the wireless configuration will result in communication between the Router and your computer being lost. This is why 3Com strongly recommends that you configure the Router from a wired computer. It is very important that you set up your wireless clients to use the same Service Area Name or SSID as the one you use on this screen. If your clients use a different Service Area Name then they will not be able to communicate with the Router. The choice of channel is less important as Clients will generally search all of the available channels. You should however make a note of the
channel you select as this may be useful if you experience problems with your clients. Summary
Figure 27 Configuration Summary Screen
When you complete the Setup Wizard, a configuration summary will display. 3Com recommends that you verify the configuration information of the Router and then print this page for your records. Click Finish to display the Wizard completed screen, shown in Figure 28
Figure 28 Wizard Completed Screen
If you have made changes to the LAN Settings or wireless configuration options, you may need to reconfigure the computer you are using in order to make contact with the Router again. Your Router is now configured and ready for use.
See Chapter 5 for a detailed description of the Router configuration screens.
Service Area Name/SSID This allows you to name your Wireless network. The Service Area Name/SSID field will accept any alphanumeric string and has a maximum length of 32 characters. Your Wireless computers must be configured with exactly the same name or you will not establish a connection. The Service Area Name may also be referred to as "ESSID" depending on your networking vendor. By default the Router uses the name "3Com". 3Com recommends that you change the default name. In order that your wireless computers can connect to the Router, you must:
Use Infrastructure Mode not Ad hoc Mode Have the same Service Area Name as the Router. Have the same Channel number as the Router. Use the same encryption type and keys as the Router. Ensure that the PC is included in the aouthorized Wireless PCs list if Connection Control is enabled.
Enable Broadcase SSID Disable this feature after you have installed your wireless network to improve the security of your network. When the check box is checked, the Router will broadcast the Service Area Name/SSID of your wireless network, whick reduces the security of your Router as it allows any wireless client to see your wireless LAN. If you have a wireless client that can detect all the available SSIDs in your area, your client will not list the Router SSID unless this feature is enabled. THe clients will still be able to connect, provided that they are supplied with the SSID. 3Com recommends that you install your wireless network with this feature enabled and than disable it once you have set up the Router and wireless clients. SSID If required, enter a name that you want to use to uniquely identify the device at the SSID prompt.
When setting up wireless networks, it is important to remember that with encryption disabled, anyone with a Wireless PC can eavesdrop on your network. 3Com recommends that you get the network working with encryption disabled first and then enable it as the last step. This will simplify setting up your network. You can configure wireless security such as WEP or WPA encryption on this screen. Note: it is recommended that you use WPA encryption over WEP if your wireless clients support WPA All of the wireless clients must use the same security settings in order to connecdt to the router.
Dynamic IP Address
Figure 35 Connection Parameters Screen - Dynamic IP
If this mode is selected, your IP Address, Subnet Mask, and DNS Address will be obtained automatically from your ISP. They are not displayed on this screen, but may be viewed on the Status screen (click on Status and Logs on the left hand menu bar).
To setup the Router for use with a dynamic IP address connection: 1 Select Dynamic IP Address (automatically allocated) in the IP Allocation Mode field. 2 Enter the Host Name(optional). Some ISP srequire a host name. If your ISP has this requirement, enter the host name in the Host Name text box. 3 If you use Cable, your ISP may use your MAC address to authenticate you. If this is the case, you will need to Clone your MAC address. There are three options:
Use the Routers original Internet MAC address - This field is selected by default and is automatically filled in with the MAC address of the Router.
Use this PCs MAC address - This field is automatically filled in with the MAC address of the PC you are using to configure the Router. You should use this address only if you were previously using this computer to connect directly to your modem. Enter a new MAC address manually - Use this option if you want to specify a new MAC address. Enter the new MAC address.
4 Check all settings and click Save. PPP over Ethernet PPPoE Setup Screen
To setup the Router for use with a PPP over Ethernet connection, use the following procedure: 1 Select PPP over Ethernet in the IP Allocation Mode field. 2 Enter the Host Name (optional). Some ISPs require a host name. If your ISP has this requirement, enter the host name in the Host Name text box.
3 Enter your PPP over Ethernet user name in the PPPoE User Name text box. 4 Enter a password in the PPPoE Password text box. 5 Enter your PPP over Ethernet service name in the PPPoE Service Name text box. Not all ISPs require a PPPoE service name. Only enter a service name if your ISP requires this. 6 Enter the MTU value supplied by your ISP. If you do not know this, leave it at the default value. The default is 1454. 7 Select an idle time from the Maximum Idle Time drop-down list. This value will correspond to the amount of idle time (no Internet activity) that will pass before the Router automatically ends your PPP over Ethernet session. Since the Router contains its own PPPoE client, you no longer need to run PPPoE client software on your computer to access the Internet. PPTP PPTP Setup Screen
To setup the Router for use with a PPTP connection, use the following procedure: 1 Select PPTP (used by some European providers) in the IP Allocation Mode field. 2 Enter your PPTP server address in the PPTP Server Address text box (this is typically the address of your modem). 3 Enter your PPTP user name in the PPTP User Name text box. 4 Enter your password in the PPTP Password text box. 5 Enter the MTU value supplied by your ISP. If you do not know this, leave it at the default value. The default is 1460. 6 Select an idle time from the Maximum Idle Time drop-down list. This value will correspond to the amount of idle time (no Internet activity) that will pass before the Router automatically ends your PPTP session. 7 IP settings must be used when establishing a PPTP connection. To obtain an IP address
Fill in the Initial IP Address, Initial Subnet Mask fields if your ISP has provided you with these settings.
Check all of your settings, and then click Save.
Heart Beat Signal
Check with your ISP to make sure they support Heart Beat Signal. To set up the Router for use with a Heart Beat Signal connection, use the following procedure: 1 Select Heart Beat Signal (For Australia only) in the IP Allocation Mode field. 2 Enter the Host Name(optional). Some ISPs require a host name. If your ISP has this requirement, enter the host name in the Host Name text box. 3 Enter your Heart Beat Signal user name in the Heart Beat Signal User Name text box. 4 Enter your Heart Beat Signal password in the Heart Beat Signal Password text box. 5 Enter the MTU value supplied by your ISP. If you do not know this, leave it at the default value. The default is 1440. 6 Select an idle time from the Maximum Idle Time drop-down list. This value will correspond to the amount of idle time(no Internet activity) that will pass before the Router automatically ends your PPTP session. Check all of your settings, and then click Save.
On the main frame of the Firewall setup screen is a menu with six tabs: Virtual Servers, Special Applications, PCs Privileges, URL Filter, Content Filter and SPI. Selecting the Firewall option on the main menu displays the Virtual Servers setup screen. Virtual Servers Screen
DMZ (De-Militarized Zone) Host is a computer without the protection of the firewall. This feature allows a single computer to be exposed to unrestricted 2-way communication from outside of your network. This feature should be used only if the Virtual Server or Special Applications options do not provide the level of access needed for certain applications. To configure one of your computers as a DMZ host, enter the last digit(s) of the IP address of the computer in the IP Address of DMZ Host text box, and then click Save.
Virtual Server Activating and configuring a virtual server allows one or more of the computers on your network to function as a public server. For example, one of your computers could be configured as an FTP server, allowing others outside of your office network to download files of your choosing. Or, if you have created a Web site, you can configure one of your computers as a Web server, so that others can view your Web site. If you want to host ftp server or online gaming, you must open up ports on the router. This page allows you to setup port forwarding for the specified applications. Before using forwarding, you should assian static IP addresses to the designated PCs. Click Save to save the settings.
Special Applications Screen
Select Special Apps tab to display Authorized Application setup screen. Some software applications require special or multiple connections to the Internet and these would normally be blocked by the firewall. For example Internet Telephony or Video conferences require multiple connections. So that these special applications can work properly and are not blocked, the firewall needs to be told about them. In each instance there will be a trigger port and incoming port(s), where traffic on the trigger port tells the firewall to open the incoming ports. Each defined Special Application only supports a single computer user, and up to 10 Special Applications can be defined. Any incoming ports opened by a Special Application trigger will be closed after five minutes of inactivity. Special Application allows the router to keep track of outgoing data for specific port numbers. The router remembers which computer sends out what data, so when the requested data returns through the router, the data is sent back to the proper computer by way of IP address and port mapping rules. Click Save to save the setting.
Only one computer on your network can use the special application at any one time. SPI Select Firewall from the main menu, then select the SPI to display the SPI screen. SPI Screen
Check the Enable SPI and Anti-Dos Firewall protection check box to enable SPI. When this feature is enabled, all incoming packets will be blocked except for those types that you allow in the Stateful Packet Inspection section. Web Filters:You can select to filter Proxy, Java, ActiveX, and/or Cookies. Click Save to save the setting.
QOS QoS(Quality of Service) manages information as it is transmitted and received. It ensures better service to those application with a higher priority.
Click Save to save the setting. Internet Access Policy You can setup policies that deny or allow specific clients to access the Internet.
Enter Policy Name
Enter a name for the ploicy.
Status:Choose to enable or disable the selected policy. PCs:Click on the Edit List button to specify the network clients. Policy only applies to the PCs that are in the list.
You can specify each client by its MAC Addressor IP Address. You can also specify a group of clients by entering their IP Address Range. Once you have specified all the clients, click Save. Access Restrictions: Select to Deny or Allow the specified clients to access the Internet by Day and Time.
Blocked Application Port Select which application port to block, if any, when the specified PCs have Internet access. For your convenience, 11 preset applications and their ports are listed. If you have a Custom application, select Custom and manually enter its port number.
Website Blocking You can block the specified clients from accessing certain websites by URL or Keyword.
Enter the URL or the Keyword you wish to block. Click Save to save the setting. To view all the policies, click the Summary button.
You can subscribe to the 3Com Content Filter Service, which enables you to block or allow the URL of a number of pre-defined categories. The Router comes with a 14-day free trial of the 3Com Content Filter Service. To activate the 14-day free trial of the service, you must first register your Router at www.3com.com. To continue using the service after the trial period, you must purchase the Full 3Com Content Filter Service(3CS8CFS). URL Filtering rules supersede content filtering rules. If the 3Com Content Filter is blocking certain Web sites that you want to allow, you can add these sites to URL Filter's allow list.
To activate Content Filtering: 1 Select Firewall form the main menu, then select the Content Filter tab. The Content Filter screen displays. Figure63 Content Filter Screen
2 Make sure the Enable Content Filter check box is checked. 3 Select the Content Filter Server that you require from the drop-down list. If you select custom entry, enter the server IP address in the text box. 4 Select the Server Timeout value in milliseconds. The default is 3000 milliseconds (3 seconds). 5 Select Allow or Deny for each displayed category, as required. Click Apply to save the settings. Click Save to save the settings.
The Upgrade facility allows you to install on the Router any new releases of system software that 3Com may make available. To install new software, you first need to download the software from the 3Com support web site to a folder on your computer. Once you have done this, select Browse to tell your web browser where this file is on your computer, and then click Apply. The file will be copied to the Router, and once this has completed, the Router will restart. Although the upgrade process has been designed to preserve your configuration settings, it is recommended that you make a backup of the configuration beforehand, in case the upgrade process fails for any reason (for example, the connection between the computer and the Router is lost while the new software is being copied to the Router).
The upgrade procedure can take up to two minutes, and is complete when the Alert LED has stopped flashing and is permanently off. Make sure that you do not interrupt power to the Router during the upgrade procedure; if you do, the software may be corrupted and the Router may not start up properly afterwards.
Selecting Advanced from the main menu displays the following five tabs in your Web browser window: Static Route, RIP, Security and Syslog. The Router supports static route functionality. Select the Static Route tab to display the screen Static Route screen
The following information is displayed for each static route:
Index - the index of the static route Network Address - the network address of the route. If network address and subnet mask are both set to 0.0.0.0, this is the default route. Subnet Mask - the subnet mask of the route. If network address and subnet mask are both set to 0.0.0.0, this is the default route. Gateway - the gateway used to route data to the network specified by the network address.
The Router supports the Routing Information Protocol (RIP). RIP allows you to set up routing information on one RIP enabled device, and have that routing information replicated to all RIP enabled devices on the network. LAN and WAN interfaces can be configured independently of each other. Select the RIP tab to display the screen RIP screen
Check the Enable RIP Mode check box to configure RIP on the Router.
Dynamic Domain Name Server (DDNS) enables you to map a static domain name to a dynamic IP address. The Router supports two DDNS providers, TZO.com and DYNDNS.org. Before you can set up DDNS, you must obtain an account, password and static domain name from your DDNS provider. DDNS is disabled by default. To set up DDNS: 1 Select Advanced from the main menu, then select the DDNS tab. The DDNS screen displays.
2 Select a DDNS Service provider from the drop-down list. This can be either TZO.com or DynDNS.org. TZO.com If you select TZO.com: 1 In the Domain Name text box, enter the domain name. 2 In the E-mail text box, enter the account name. 3 In the Key text box, enter the account password. 4 Click Save to make this service active.
Recovering from Corrupted Software
If the Alert LED remains permanently on following power-up, it is possible that the system software has become corrupted. In this condition, the
Frequently Asked Questions
Router will enter a recovery state; DHCP is disabled, and the LAN IP address is set to 192.168.1.1. Follow the instructions below to upload a new copy of the system software to a Router unit in this state. Ensure that one of your computers has a copy of the new software image file stored on its hard disk or available on CD-ROM. The latest software is available on 3Coms Web site at:
1 Remove power from the Router and disconnect the Cable/DSL modem and all your computers, except for the one computer with the software image. 2 You will need to reconfigure this computer with the following static IP address information:
IP address: 192.168.1.2 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Default Router address: 192.168.1.1
3 Restart the computer, and re-apply power to the Router. 4 Using the Web browser on the computer, enter the following URL in the location bar:
This will connect you to the Microcode Recovery utility in the Router. 5 Follow the on-screen instructions. Enter the path and filename of the software image file. 6 When the upload has completed, the Router will restart, run the self-test and, if successful, resume normal operation. The Alert LED will go out. 7 Refer to the Installation Guide to reconnect your Router to the Cable/DSL modem and the computers in your network. Do not forget to reconfigure the computer you used for the software upload. If the Router does not resume normal operation following the upload, it may be faulty. Contact your supplier for advice.
How do I reset the Router to Factory Defaults? See Forgotten Password and Reset to Factory Defaults.
How many computers on the LAN does the Router support? A maximum of 253 computers on the LAN are supported. How many wireless clients does the Cable/DSL Router support? A maximum of 128 wireless clients are supported. There are only 4 LAN ports on the Router. How are additional computers connected? You can expand the number of connections available on your LAN by using hubs, switches and wireless access points connected to the Router. 3Com wireless access points and OfficeConnect hubs and switches provide a simple, reliable means of expanding your network; contact your supplier for more information, or visit:
Each device on your network must have a unique IP address to operate correctly. An IP address identifies the address of the device to which data is being sent and the address of the destination network. IP addresses have the format n.n.n.x where n is a decimal number between 0 and 255 and x is a number between 1 and 254 inclusive. However, an IP Address alone is not enough to make your device operate. In addition to the IP address, you need to set a subnet mask. All networks are divided into smaller sub-networks and a subnet mask is a number that enables a device to identify the sub-network to which it is connected.
APPENDIX B: IP ADDRESSING
For your network to work correctly, all devices on the network must have:
The same sub-network address. The same subnet mask.
The only value that will be different is the specific host device number. This value must always be unique. An example IP address is 192.168.100.8. However, the size of the network determines the structure of this IP Address. In using the Router, you will probably only encounter two types of IP Address and subnet mask structures. Type One In a small network, the IP address of 192.168.100.8 is split into two parts:
Part one (192.168.100) identifies the network on which the device resides. Part two (.8) identifies the device within the network.
This type of IP Address operates on a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. See an example about how a network with three computers and a Router might be configured.
Table 4 IP Addressing and Subnet Masking
Device PC 1 PC 2 PC 3 Router IP Address 192.168.100.8 192.168.100.33 192.168.100.188 192.168.100.72 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0
Type Two In larger networks, where there are more devices, the IP address of 192.168.100.8 is, again, split into two parts but is structured differently:
Part one (192.168) identifies the network on which the device resides. Part two (.100.8) identifies the device within the network.
How does a Device Obtain an IP Address and Subnet Mask?
This type of IP Address operates on a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0. See an example about how a network (only four computers represented) and a Router might be configured. IP Addressing and Subnet Masking
Device PC 1 PC 2 PC 3 PC 4 Router IP Address 192.168.100.8 192.168.201.30 192.168.113.155 192.168.002.230 192.168.002.72 Subnet Mask 255.255.0.0 255.255.0.0 255.255.0.0 255.255.0.0 255.255.0.0
There are three different ways to obtain an IP address and the subnet mask. These are:
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Addressing Static Addressing Automatic Addressing (Auto-IP Addressing)
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The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful:The Interference Handbook This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Stock No.004-000-0034504. 3Com is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modification of the devices included with this 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54Mbps/108Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router (WL-537, WL-537S), or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than specified by 3Com. The correction of interference caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user.
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
3Com Corporation 350 Campus Drive Marlborough, MA 01752-3064, USA (800) 527-8677 Date: 03,Declares that the Product: Brand Name: 3Com Corporation Model Number: WL-537, WL-537S Equipment Type: 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54Mbps/108Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router Complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54Mbps/108Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router Model WL-537, WL-537S
CANADA INDUSTRY CANADA (IC)
This device complies with RSS 210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of this device. L utilisation de ce dispositif est autorise seulement aux conditions suivantes: (1) il ne doit pas produire de brouillage et (2) l utilisateur du dispositif doit tre prt accepter tout brouillage radiolectrique reu, mme si ce brouillage est susceptible de compromettre le fonctionnement du dispositif. The term "IC" before the equipment certification number only signifies that the Industry Canada technical specifications were met. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that required for successful communication. To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and away from windows to provide maximum shielding. Equipment (or its transmit antenna) that is installed outdoors is subject to licensing. Pour empecher que cet appareil cause du brouillage au service faisant l'objet d'une licence, il doit etre utilize a l'interieur et devrait etre place loin des fenetres afin de Fournier un ecram de blindage maximal. Si le matriel (ou son antenne d'emission) est installe a l'exterieur, il doit faire l'objet d'une licence.
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device may be operated indoors or outdoors in all countries of the European Community using the 2.4GHz band: Channels 1 13, except where noted below.
Italy the end-user must apply for a license from the national spectrum authority to operate this device outdoors. Belgium outdoor operation is only permitted using the 2.46 2.4835 GHz band: Channel 13. France outdoor operation is only permitted using the 2.4 2.454 GHz band: Channels 1 7.
Brazil RF Compliance
Este equipamento opera em carter secundrio, isto , no tem direito a proteo contra interferencia prejudicial, mesmo de estaoes do mesmo tipo, e no causar interferencia a sistema operando em carter primrio.
3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router
Featuring eXtended Range (XR) technology to enable wireless coverage over longer ranges, plus robust routing and security features, this high speed 11g wireless router allows wired and wireless users to confidently and economically share a single broadband connection.
The 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router provides robust routing and security features allowing up to 253 total wired and wireless users (maximum 64 wireless users) to share a single broadband connection. Boasting eXtended Range (XR) technology and wireless data speeds of up to 54 Mbps plus a high-speed routing engine this Cable/DSL Router is able to handle high-bandwidth applications confidently. Advanced security features include 128-bit WPA/WPA2 with TKIP/AES wireless encryption, a stateful packet inspection firewall, hacker pattern detection, URL filtering, IP and MAC address filtering and SurfControls optional content filtering technology (a 14-day free trial of which is included with the router, subject to registering the product at http://esupport.3com.com to get the trial activated). Easy to set up and use, this product is backed by a market-leading three year hardware warranty with next business day replacement. The 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router with eXtended Range (XR) technology is designed to provide extreme wireless LAN coverage to help eliminate indoor dead spots and give line-of-sight range that is 2x to 3x that of traditional solutions.
ECONOMICAL SHARED INTERNET ACCESS FOR WIRED AND WIRELESS USERS Wireless router with four-port 10/100 Ethernet LAN switch enables up to 253 total (64 wireless) users to securely share a single cable or DSL Internet connection to leverage broadband expenses. HIGH-SPEED WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY Wireless speeds of up to 54 Mbps easily handle large data transfers and Internet downloads, including those from multimedia applications for users with 11g-equipped PCs and laptops. The router is also backwardcompatible with 11b wireless LAN equipment, preserving existing network investments. Wi-Fi compatible, the 11g gateway interoperates with other Wi-Fi products.
3COM OFFICECONNECT WIRELESS 54 MBPS 11G CABLE/DSL ROUTER
EXTENDED RANGE TECHNOLOGY 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Routers come with a new advanced chipset which features new baseband architecture that enables long-range connections. The architecture delivers receive sensitivities of up to -105dBm, over 20 dB better than the 802.11 specification. This technology provides single access point coverage in home networking environments, eliminates the dead spots in corporate wireless LANs, and provides outdoor coverage of up to two times the distance of competing WLAN solutions. MULTIPLE SECURITY FEATURES Advanced wireless security and multiple firewall features offer advanced levels of protection for the network. To shield wireless connections, the 11g router implements 128-bit WPA/WPA2 with TKIP/AES encryption for maximum security, along with 40/64 and 128-bit WEP encryption for legacy clients. URL filtering, including support for the SurfControl Web Filter service, traffic metering, and other security features help protect the entire network from attacks and other Internet security risks. SurfControl Web Filter allows you to actively monitor network use and abuse anywhere in your organization. SurfControl Web Filter bolsters your defenses by providing: Bulletproof infrastructure security - Automatic, real-time security updates through our comprehensive threat database, which is constantly kept current with knowledge gathered by SurfControl's global threat experts.
Legal liability protection - Prevents circulation of inappropriate content that violates copyright laws or infringes on rights. Regulatory compliance - Helps you meet HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and other industry or government security requirements. Enhanced employee productivity - Limits Web surfing and downtime due to attacks and improves IT productivity because its easy to implement and manage.
ROBUST ROUTING FEATURES IP routing (RIP 1 and 2) and static routing allow the router to be used in multi-network environments. Dynamic Domain Name Service (DNS) enables users connecting to the Internet with dynamic IP addresses to use network applications such as Web or FTP servers that normally require static IP addresses. RELIABLE AND SIMPLE TO USE Designed to meet 3Coms proven standards of quality, reliability is assured and supported by a three-year hardware warranty. Browserbased user interface, device discovery, and simple setup wizards ease installation, configuration, and administration. INTEROPERABLE 54 MBPS SOLUTIONS > 3CRGPC10075 - 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g PC Card > 3CRUSB10075 - 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g USB Compact
> 3CRDAG675B - 3Com 11a/b/g Wireless PCI Adapter > 3CRPAG175B - 3Com 11a/b/g Wireless PC Card with XJACK Antenna > 3CRWE154A72 - 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 11g PC Card
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Shared Internet Access
Wired and wireless user support Flexible broadband support Enables up to 253 total (64 wireless) users to share a single cable or DSL connection to make the most of your broadband service Supports either cable or DSL modem connections for configuration flexibility
High-Speed Wireless Connectivity
11g 54 Mbps wireless connections Backward compatible with 11b users Packet bursting More than 4 Times faster than 11b connections Supports high speeds while protecting existing investments Increases throughput by sending more frames in a given time period; benefits 11b and 11g users
WPA/WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) Multi-level wireless security Firewall URL filtering and 3Com SurfControl Web Filter Support advanced 128-bit WPA/WPA2 encryption for 11g networks, 40/64and 128-bit WEP encryption for legacy wireless clients Provides additional wireless security with SSID Broadcast Disable, and MAC filtering Full SPI firewall, access control rules, DoS protection and other features shields your network from threats coming from always-on broadband connection Controls access to inappropriate web sites
IP routing (RIP 1 and 2) and static routing WMM and IP QoS Dynamic Domain Name Service (DNS) Allow the router to be used in multi-network environments Enable the router to deliver optimal performance to critical applications Enables users connecting to the Internet with dynamic IP addresses to use network applications such as Web or FTP servers that normally require static IP addresses (requires subscription with Dynamic DNS providers)
Ease of Use
Set-up wizards, pre-set defaults, and intuitive browser interface Make set up and configuration easy
Wireless LAN Site Survey, 3Com Express Maintenance Refer to www.3com.com/services for details
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Operating system that supports an Ethernet connection with an IP stack. Installation CD requires Windows XP/Me/2000/98/95/NT 4.0. Computers with an Ethernet 10BASE-T or 10/100 interface configured for network communication. For wireless access, PC or laptops with 802.11g or 802.11b adapter cards An active cable or DSL broadband connection. USERS SUPPORTED Up to 253 total simultaneous users 64 wireless users; MAC filter 40 clients
PHYSICAL PORTS LAN: 4 autosensing 10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX port WAN: 1 autosensing 10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX port WIRELESS DATA RATES IEEE 802.11g: 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, 6 Mbps 802.11b: 11, 5.5, 2 & 1 Mbps FREQUENCY BAND 2.4-2.4835 GHz WIRELESS MEDIUM OFDM, CCK MEDIA ACCESS PROTOCOL CSMA/CA
WIRELESS TRANSMIT POWER 802.11g: 16dBm 802.11b: 18dBm WIRELESS OPERATING RANGE Indoor maximum: 400 feet Outdoor maximum: 2,296 feet PROTOCOL SET Dynamic and static IP addressing, DHCP server NAT/PAT (with TCP and UDP), PPPoE, PPTP, IP, PAP, CHAP, MS CHAP, IPCP, SNTP ROUTING RIP 1 and 2 Static routing SECURITY 128-bit WPA/WPA2 with TKIP/AES wireless encryption 40/64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption Allow/deny access control lists URL or keyword filtering SSID Broadcast Disable MAC address filtering NAT/PAT (with TCP and UDP) Traffic metering SurfControls Web Filter (subscription based, 14-day free trial included subject to product registration at http://esupport.3com.com). DIMENSIONS Height: 3.5 cm (1.5in) Width: 22 cm (8.7 in) Depth: 13.5 cm (5.3 in) Weight: 592g (1.3 lb)
POWER Supplied via OfficeConnect power supply: Operating output: DC12V / 1A Maximum Power Consumption: 15W REGULATORY/AGENCY APPROVALS Safety: UL60950-1, CSA 22.2 No. 60950-1-03, EN 60950-1: 2001, IEC 60950-1: 2001. Emissions: CFR Title 47, FCC Part 15, Subpart B & C , ICES-003, Industry Canada RSS-210, Industry Canada RSSGen, EN 300 328,EN 301 489-1/17. Environmental: EN 60068 (IEC 68), UL Listed, CSA certified CONFIGURATION AND MANAGEMENT Browser-based administration Device-discovery wizards Preset defaults Remote management Save and restore configuration files PACKAGE CONTENTS > OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router > OfficeConnect power supply > Install Guide > CD ROM containing the Gateway Discovery program and user guide > One straight-through category 5 UTP patch cable > Four rubber feet WARRANTY SUMMARY Three-year Hardware Warranty. Refer to http://www.3com.com for details.
3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 54 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router 3Com OfficeConnect Content Filter, 12-month license 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless 108 Mbps 11g Cable/DSL Router
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3Com Corporation, Corporate Headquarters, 350 Campus Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752-3064 3Com is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol COMS. Copyright 2006 3Com Corporation. All rights reserved. 3Com, the 3Com logo, OfficeConnect, and XJACK are registered trademarks of 3Com Corporation. All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective companies. Wireless speed and performance depend on number of users, physical conditions, and other electronic devices in the area. While every effort is made to ensure the information given is accurate, 3Com does not accept liability for any errors or mistakes which may arise. All specifications are subject to change without notice. 400977-002 03/06
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