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User reviews and opinions
|Erik619||12:05am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|Bottom line...the router was buggy, required reboots for the littlest things. Am currently using 2 Wireless Router in our building.|
|alliem||7:20pm on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010|
|Silly Chicken helped with the Wireless Bridge setup. Made it super easy. DD-WRT support is great.|
|Zallus||8:51am on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010|
|Awesome router with DD-WRT or Tomato, POS with the Asus FW Pros: DD-WRT and Tomato compatible. If you do not know what they are. Immediately installed DD-WRT firmware. First of all, I did not even try the stock firmware. Incredible, if you use third party firmware! I want to preface this review with a warning.|
|Levander||4:41pm on Sunday, July 11th, 2010|
|Used the updates from the Asus website, not the enclosed software, and set-up took less than 20 minutes. Nice design, small and innocuous.|
|qed||8:09pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|I truly love this product. Am currently using 2 Wireless Router in our building, one is linksys and recently i tried using the ASUS for my office. Comparing the performance.|
|carissa||10:29am on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|Does its job well I am very happy with this router. Ia m using the stock firmware(against suggestions) because I just wanted to see if it works.|
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Hacking the Asus WL-520gU Wireless Router
Jeff Keyzer mightyohm.com
Why hack your wireless router?
The old answer.
Introduced in 2002 Over a dozen hardware variants GS, GL, etc. Firmware released 7/03 under GPL Widely hacked mesh networking, hotspots, robotics Wikipedia lists 31 third-party firmware distros (!!)
Lifehacker, June 2006: Hack Attack: Turn your $60 router into a $600 router.
Install DD-WRT, Tomato, etc. Boost Wi-Fi TX power Play with stuff like DDNS, hotspots, VPN, AP mode, etc.
Yep, that's pretty cool. So why are we here?
Wait a minute.
A wireless router is sort of like a small, low power computer, right?
200MHz CPU 16MB RAM 4MB Flash Limited IO Runs on 5V, consumes < 5W And it runs Linux!
Common Embedded Linux Computing Platforms
Platform Bug Labs BUGbase
RAM (MB) 64 ~16
Flash (MB) 16 ~4
Wi-Fi? N N N Y!!!
Price (USD) $249 $150 $129 ~$50
ARM1136JF 400 ~200
Beagle Board TI OMAP3 Gumstix Marvell Verdex Pro PXA270 XM4 Your Wireless various Router
The new answer.
Introduced in July 2007 External removable antenna (RP-SMA) Cheap, often discounted
$23 after MiR @ Newegg in Winter 2008.
USB port for printer sharing
USB-Audio USB-Storage USB-Serial ??
WL-520gU vs. WRT54GL
Model Linksys WRT54GL Asus WL-520gU
Clock RAM Flash Features Price (Mhz) (MB) (MB) (USD) UART, JTAG UART, 1xUSB $79.99 $59.99
Broadcom Broadcom 200 5354
Source: OpenWrt Table of Hardware: http://wiki.openwrt.org/TableOfHardware Prices: Newegg.com, price before discounts & rebates.
Great, but what can I do with it?
Standalone Weather Station
Photo credit: Hithisishal
Atmega168 microcontroller on serial port RGB LEDs Shell script queries Weather Underground
Arduino/LCD Case Mod
Photo credit: crizo
Wifi radio with interface & controls stuffed into case Arduino Pro controls display Awesome white backlit LCD display
Photo credit: keroism
256MB USB Stick PHP + Magpie RSS Arduino BBB Sure Electronics LED Matrix
USB memory stick Xbee wireless module Runs Python script to collect power usage data
Photo credit: Ladyada
Wifi Radio Project
OpenWRT, mpc/mpd, shell scripts for playlist & display control
AVR Programmer & 5V Supply
Sparkfun 16x2 LCD Display
Atmega168 AVR Microcontroller
Hacking the WL-520gU
The Asus WL-520gU
DC IN 5V@2A
5x 10/100BaseT 1xUSB
7x LEDs: power, link, activity
Step 1 Void warranty
Hidden screws (rubber feet removed)
Power, USB, Ethernet, Wifi Ports
Front panel LEDs
PCB - Top
5V 3.3V PS
16MB SRAM Samsung K4S281632I
Broadcom BCM5354KFBG SoC
3.3V serial port 4MB Flash MX 29LV320CB PCB Dimensions: 4.0 x 5.6
SiGe 2528L & TR Switch
PCB - Bottom
Diversity RX Antenna Serial port
WL-520gU vs. WL-520gC
Same PCB gC lacks factory USB, costs $20 less Should be simple to convert gC into gU by adding these missing parts (thanks, Asus!)
Talking to the router: Adding a serial port
You will need.
FTDI TTL-232R 3.3V USB-Serial Cable adafruit.com, FTDI direct, Digikey 0.1 breakaway headers
Sparkfun, Digikey, etc. Soldering iron & rosin core solder
Female header Small piece of protoboard
Connector J4 before mod
Connector J4 after mod
Connecting the FTDI serial cable
Default: 115200 baud, 8N1, no handshaking 3.3V TTL Levels are NOT RS-232!
Installing Linux: OpenWrt
OpenWrt is described as a Linux distribution for embedded devices. OpenWrt is the framework to build an application without having to build a complete firmware around it; for users this means the ability for full customization, to use the device in ways never envisioned.
Busybox - http://busybox.net
Swiss army knife of embedded Linux
Opkg package manager Lots of 3rd party packages available Streamlined build system/cross compilation environment
Linux-2.6 is still WiP
b43 wireless Bootloader issue?
Linux-2.4 Works! Need to compile your own boot image.
Some people have reported USB 2.0 issues.
svn co svn://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/branches/8.09 scripts/feeds/update -a scripts/feeds/install mpc, mpd, etc. make menuconfig make V=99
Flashing the router
Connect to router via both serial and ethernet Open serial terminal Hold down reset button, apply power Use tftp to send openwrt-brcm-2.4-squashfs.trx Wait. Power cycle router
Set up wireless and network configs in /etc/config Point opkg.conf to local webserver
kmod-usb-ohci kmod-usb-audio an audio player, ie. Mpd (mpc) Newer not always better. Mpd 0.14 has bloat. Reboot
Insert USB-Audio adapter SYBA SD-CM-UAUD works, $7 @ Newegg Edit /etc/mpd.conf for OSS to /dev/sound/dsp
Play some tunes
kmod-usb-ohci kmod-usb-storage kmod-fs-vfat, kmod-fs-ext3, etc. as needed
Reboot Insert formatted memory stick mkdir /mnt/usb mount /dev/scsi/host0/bus0/target0/lun0/part1 /mnt/usb
For more info, boot images, tutorials:
http://mightyohm.com/wifiradio/ http://mightyohm.com/forum/ http://mightyohm.com/blog/contact/ http://www.flickr.com/groups/asushacks/
To contact me:
Post your photos!
WL-520g Wireless Router
WL-520g Wireless Router User Manual
1. Package Contents...2 2. Connecting ADSL Modem and Wireless Router..3 1) Cable Connection..3 2) Status Indicators...3 3) Wall Mounting Option..4 3. Conguring the Wireless Router..5 1) ASUS Wireless Router Wired Connection..5 2) Setting IP address for Wired or Wireless Connection.5 3) Conguring the Wireless Router..6 4) Quick Setup...7 4. Commonly Used Advanced Features.12 1) How to Setup Encryption..12 2) Setting up a Server in Your LAN..12 3) Setting up Switching Hub & Pure AP (non IP Share NAT).13 4) Setting up NetMeeting, MSN, Online Gaming and Remote Control Program..13 5) Setting up DDNS...14 6) Setting up WDS...17 5. Trouble Shooting...20 6. Additional Information: Router & Client Wireless Connection Setup...22 1) Utility Installation for WL-520g...22 2) EZSetup (default)...23 3) EZSetup (customized)...25 7. Appendix....27
1. Package Contents
WL-520g wireless router*1 Power adaptor*1 External antenna*1 Utility CD*1 RJ45 cable*1 Quick Start Guide*1
Manufacturer Contact Information
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. (Asia-Pacic)
Company address: 15 Li-Te Road, Beitou, Taipei 11259 General (tel): +886-2-2894-3447 Web site address: General (fax): +886-2-2894-7798 General email: www.asus.com.tw firstname.lastname@example.org
ASUS COMPUTER INTERNATIONAL (America)
Company address: 44370 Nobel Drive, Fremont, CA 94538, USA General (fax): +1-510-608-4555 Web site address: usa.asus.com
General support: +1-502-995-0883 Support (fax): Online support: http://vip.asus.com/eservice/techserv.aspx
ASUS COMPUTER GmbH (Germany & Austria)
Company address: Harkort Str. 25, D-40880 Ratingen, Germany General (tel): +49-2102-95990 Web site address: www.asuscom.de General (fax): +49-2102-959911 Online contact: www.asuscom.de/sales
Online support: Support (fax):
2. Connecting ADSL Modem and Wireless Router
1) Cable Connection
Wall power outlet Modem
Wall telephone outlet
ASUS Wireless Router
2) Status Indicators
Off 4 No power Wall power outlet On System ready ASUS Flashing-slow Firmware Modem upgrade failed Wireless Router Flashing-quick EZsetup processing
LAN4 LAN3 LAN2 LAN1
AIR (Wireless Network)
Off On Flashing Off On Flashing Off On Flashing
No power Wireless system ready Transmitting or receiving data (wireless)
WAN (Wide Area Network)
No power or no physical connection Has physical connection to an Ethernet network Transmitting or receiving data (through Ethernet wire) No power or no physical connection Has physical connection to an Ethernet network Transmitting or receiving data (through Ethernet wire)
LAN 1-4 (Local Area Network)
3) Wall Mounting Option
Out of the box, the ASUS Wireless Router is designed to sit on a raised at surface like a le cabinet or book shelf. The unit may also be converted for mounting to a wall or ceiling. Follow these steps to mount the ASUS Wireless Router to a wall: 1. Install two screws onto a wall until only 0.6cm (1/4in) is showing. 2. Latch the upper two hooks of the bottom side onto the screws. Note: Readjust the screws if you cannot latch the ASUS Wireless Router onto the screws or if it is too loose.
Install two M3.5x16mm self-tapping screws 11cm (4.33in) apart
Hang the bottom side onto the screws.
Wall type: wood, metal, contrete*, or dry wall* *plastic anchors required concrete or dry walls.
3. Conguring the Wireless Router
Note: 1) Before you start, we recommend using a wired connection for initial configuration, which will avoid possible setup problem due to wireless uncertainty. 2) ASUS also provides an EZSetup button for fast wireless conguration. If you prefer EZSetup to arrange for your wireless network conguration, please refer to chapter 6 for more information. The ASUS Wireless Router can be configured to meet various usage scenarios. Some of the factory default settings may suit your usage; however, others may need changing. Prior to using the ASUS Wireless Router, you must check the basic settings to guarantee it will work in your environment. Conguring the ASUS Wireless Router is done through a web browser. You need a Notebook PC or desktop PC connected to the ASUS Wireless Router (either directly or through a hub) and running a web browser as a conguration terminal. The connection can be wired or wireless. For the wireless connection, you need an IEEE 802.11g/b compatible device, e.g. ASUS WLAN Card, installed in your Notebook PC. You should also disable WEP and set the SSID to default for your wireless LAN device. If you want to congure the ASUS Wireless Router or want to access the Internet through the ASUS Wireless Router, TCP/IP settings must be correct. Normally, the TCP/IP setting should be on the IP subnet of the ASUS Wireless Router. Note: Before rebooting your computer, the ASUS Wireless Router should be switched ON and in ready state.
1) ASUS Wireless Router Wired Connection
One RJ-45 cable is supplied with the ASUS Wireless Router. Auto crossover function is designed into the ASUS Wireless Router so you can use either straight-through or crossover Ethernet cable. Plug one end of the cable into the WAN port on the rear of the ASUS Wireless Router and the other end into the Ethernet port of your ADSL or Cable modem.
Note: If conguration is done via wired connection, ignore this. Refer to your wireless adapter users manual on associating with the ASUS Wireless Router. The default SSID of the ASUS Wireless Router is default (lower case), encryption is disabled and open system authentication is used.
2) Setting IP address for Wired or Wireless Connection
Get IP Automatically
The ASUS Wireless Router incorporates a DHCP server so the easiest method is to set your PC to get its IP address automatically and reboot your computer. So the correct IP address, gateway, DNS (Domain Name System Server) can be obtained from the ASUS Wireless Router.
Note: Before rebooting your PC, the ASUS Wireless Router should be switched ON and in ready state.
Setting IP Manually
If you want to set your IP address manually, the following default settings of the ASUS Wireless Router should be known: IP address 192.168.1.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0. If you set your computers IP manually, it needs to be on the same segment. For example: IP address 192.168.1.xxx (xxx can be any number between 2 and 254 that is not used by another device) Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 (same as the ASUS Wireless Router) Gateway 192.168.1.1 (this is the ASUS Wireless Router) DNS 192.168.1.1 (ASUS Wireless Router IP address or your own).
3) Conguring the Wireless Router
Enter the following address in your web browser: http://192.168.1.1 Defaults User name: admin
After logging in, you will see the ASUS Wireless Router home page. The homepage displays quick links to congurate the main features of the router.
4) Quick Setup
To start quick setup, click Next to enter the Quick Setup page. Follow the instructions to setup the ASUS Wireless Router.
1 Select your time zone or the closest
region. Click Next to continue.
ASUS wireless router WL520g supports ve types of ISP services cable, ADSL (PPPoE, PPTP, static IP address), and Telstra BigPond. Since each service has its own protocols and standards, therefore, during the setup process, there are different identity settings demanded by WL-520g. Select the correct connection type. Click Next to continue.
If you are receiving services from cable or other ISP assigning IP addresses automatically, please select Cable Modem or other connection that gets IP automatically. If you are using cable services, your ISP may have provided you with hostname, MAC address, and heartbeat server, if true, please ll these information into the boxes on the setting page; if not, click Next to skip this step.
If you are PPPoE service user, pleae select the second line. You would be required to input the username and password provided by your ISP.
If you are using PPTP services, you would be asked to input the username, password, as well as IP address provided by your ISP.
Static IP User
If you are using ADSL or other connection type that uses static IP addresses, please select the fourth line, then input the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway provided by your ISP. You could choose to specify certain DNS servers, or select to get DNS automatically.
After setting the connection type, you are to set up your wireless interface,. First, give an SSID (Service Set Identier), which is a unique identifier attached to packets sent over WLANs. This identifier emulates a password when a wireless device attempts communication on the WLAN. Because an SSID distinguishes WLANs from each other, access points and wireless devices trying to connect to a WLAN must use the same SSID. Also, if you want to protect transmitted data, select a middle or high Security Level. Medium : only users with the same WEP key are to connect to this access point and to transmit data using 64bits or 128bits WEP key encryption. High: only users with the same WPA pre-shared key are to connect to this access point and to transmit data using TKIP encryption. The ASUS wireless router configuration page features a convienient approach to setup the WEP Keys: with only a few taps on your keyboard to dene the Passphrase, the system will automatically generate four strings of WEP Keys. For ASUS wireless adaptor users, it is no longer necessary to input long and complicated WEP Keys when connecting the router with the wireless client; the Passphrase provides an easy way for setting up your wireless environment! For example, if we input select WEP64bits encryption mode, input 11111 as Passphrase, then the following WEP Keys are generated as shown in the right picture. Record the Passphrase and the WEP keys on your notebook, then click Save.
Click Finish to continue. You are prompted to save the settings. Click Save&Restart to save the settings to the ASUS Wireless Router and enable the new settings. Next we are to setup encrypted wireless connection for wireless router and wireless client. If you have installed ASUS wireless adaptor as well as the utility, click Start -> Programes -> ASUS Utility -> WLAN Card -> One Touch Wizard to open the connection setup utility on the client end.
Select Connect to an existing wireless LAN (Station) when the welcome window appears, then click Next.
ASUS ONE TOUCH WIZARD searches and displays all the available stations as shown in the picture. Select WL520g and press Next to continue.
The setup wizard then asks for encryption setup. Set Key Length as 64 bits (10digits) as we have previously set on WL-520g, then select Automatic Generation and input 11111 into the Passphrase box. Note: The encryption mode on your client must be the same with that on your wireless router.
Wait for several seconds to get the client connected to the wireless router. Then a screen informing the result of the connection would appear. Press Next to continue. Then you will see the IP conguration screen. Setup the client IP address according to your network condition. After the setup is completed, Click Finish.
For non-ASUS wireless adaptor users, you can set up the wireless connection between your computer and the wireless router with Windows Zero-Configure function. Right click the Network Neighbour on the desktop of your client and click Property, then in the Network Connection window, double-click Wireless Network Connection icon, a window with all available stations appears. Select WL520g and click Connect. The connection process would take about several seconds.
Then a window prompts out asking you to input the network keys, input the 10-digit key you have previously recorded in your notebook, then click Connect to complete connection.
To adjust other settings, click on items on the menu to reveal a submenu and follow the instructions to setup the ASUS Wireless Router. Tips are given when you move your cursor over each item.
4. Commonly Used Advanced Features
The following pages are setup examples of commonly used advanced features. You could setup these features in web browser.
1) How to Setup Encryption
WL-520g Encryption Setup
Please refer to P.7 for encryption setup information or to use ASUS EZSetup features which enable a quick encryption setup through several clicks (Page 25-26).
2) Setting up a Server in Your LAN
Virtual Server is a kind of technology which enables a computer to receive specialized packets from network. It is to assign a certain host to act as a link between inner LAN and outside Web, FTP server. Virtual DMZ provides an all-portmatch function, which grants specied computers unlimited authority to get access to network resources. The difference between Virtual Server and Virtual DMS lies on the ports they enable respectively: Virtual Server just open serveral ports while Virtual DMZ open all ports to the network.
Click Virtual Server in NAT Setting folder to open the NAT conguration page.
Select Yes to enable virtual server. For example, host 192.168.1.100 is set as virtual server with its ports 20,21 (FTP) accessible to outside users. Therefore, FTP requests from outside users would be forwarded to the host.
3 Click Finish.
Click Save & Start to restart the router and apply the setttings.
3) Setting up Switching Hub & Pure AP (Non IP Share NAT)
Connect the LAN port from a DSL or Cable modem to one of the LAN ports on the wireless router.
DSL or Cable Modem
Select DHCP Server in IP Cong folder.
Disable the DHCP Server function.
Click Finish Click Save & Restart.
4) Setting up Net Meeting, MSN, Online Gaming, and Remote Control Programs
Virtual DMZ allows you to expose one computer to Internet, so that all inbound packets will be redirected to the computer you set. It is useful while runing some applications which using uncertain incoming ports. Please use it carefully.
First we are to get the IP address of the host. Open the Windows Start menu and select My Network Places.
Click View network connections.
Right click Local Area Connection and select Properties.
Double-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
Get the current TCP/IP settings.
Click Virtual DMZ in the NAT Settings menu.
Enter the IP address of the host and click Finish.
Click Save & Restart.
5) Setting up DDNS
Dynamic DNS (DDNS) allows user to export host name to Internet through DDNS service provider. Each time the ASUS Wireless Router connect to Internet and get an IP address from ISP, this function will update your IP address to DDNS service provider automatically, so that any user on Internet can access the wireless network or servers behind it through a predened name registered in DDNS service provider.
Click Miscellaneous from IP Cong folder.
Enable the DDNS Client. If you have not acquired a DDNS account, click Free Trial to apply for one.
After clicking Free Trial, you would be directed to www. DynDNS.org, where you could register and apply for DDNS services. Read the policy and select "I have read.".
Enter your user name, e-mail address, password for this account, and then click Create Account.
You would see this message informing that you account has been created. You will receive an e-mail to activate the account.
7 Open your e-mail to nd the
activation letter. Click the hyperlink to activate your account.
8 Then press login.
9 Enter your user name and
password you have set when you were applying for the account.
10 After logging in, you would see
the welcome message.
11 Select Services tab.
12 Click Add Host.
13 Name your hostname and click
14 You will see this message when
your hostname is successfully created.
Fill your DDNS account data in the DDNS Setting page of your router.
Click Finish. Click Save & Restart.
Now we are to verify whether DDNS is working. Click Start menu and select Run. Type in cmd and click OK to open the DOS console.
Type ping wl520g.dyndns. org (your host name). If reply information is displayed, the DDNS is working correctly.
6) Setting up WDS
Wireless bridge, also known as Wireless Distribution System or WDS, allows connection to one or more access points. We now take an example to show how to setup WDS for two APs. In this example, AP1, with MAC address of 00:0E:A6: A1:3F:6E and IP address of 192.168.1.1, will operate in Hybrid mode; AP2, with MAC address of 00:0E:A6:A1:3F:87 and IP address of 192.168.1.2, will also be set to Hybrid mode, but it would not assign IP addresses to clients. Only one DHCP server in the WDS system is allowed, that is AP1 in this example. SSID LAN IP Address Encryption Wireless Bridge MAC Address Allow Anonymous Access Point A WL520g 192.168.1.1 NONE Hybrid Mode 000ea6a13f6e NO Access Point B WL520g 192.168.1.2 NONE Hybrid Mode 000ea6a13f87 NO
1 First, we are to set up AP1. Choose Bridge in the
2 Set the SSID as WL520g and
WEP Encryption as None. We suggest AP1 and AP2 using the same SSID.
3 Select WAN & LAN in the IP Cong folder.
4 Conrm that the IP address
of AP1 is 192.168.1.1.
5 Enter the Bridge page again.
6 Select Hybrid as AP mode.
Thus, AP1 will be both AP and WDS. If you want to use wireless function only, please choose WDS Only. When you choose WDS or Hybrid mode, you will see a message demanding a xed channel for WDS.
8 Select a xed channel for
WDS. In this example, we set it as Channel 3.
Enable Connect to APs in Remote Bridge List to connect to the other APs in your list. If you want to allow anonymous user to login your network, you can select Yes in Allow anonymous eld. In this example, we do not allow anonymous users.
Enter the MAC address of AP2, i.e. 000ea6a13f87. Press Add button to add the MAC address to your list.
Press Finish button.
Press Save & Start botton. Then, we are to setup AP2.
Enter the web-based conguration page on AP2. Repeat step 1-2 to setup the same SSID with AP1. Then select WAN & LAN page in IP Cong folder.
Set the LAN IP address of AP2 to 192.168.1.2. Next, we are to disable the DHCP server function of AP2 since AP1 is the only DHCP server in the wireless LAN. Enter the DHCP Server page in IP Cong folder.
Choose No to disable DHCP Server and press Apply botton.
17 Repeat step 5-10. Then enter the MAC address of AP1, i.e., 000ea6a13f6e. Repeat step 11-12. After reboot, WDS would work.
5. Trouble Shooting
1. Cannot access to web browser for router conguration
1. Open a web browser and open "Internet Options" dialog box.
2. Click on Delete Cookies and Delete Files.
2. Cannot Establish Connection via Wireless
Out of Range:
Put the router closer to the client. Try to change the channel setting.
Can use a wire-connected computer to connect to router. Check the wireless security setting, Or can do a hard reset on the router.
Couldn't nd the router:
Do the hard restore on the router and test again. Check the setting in the wireless adapter. Such as SSID and encryption setting.
3.Cannot get access to the Internet via wireless LAN adapter
Move the router closer to the client. Check whether the wireless adapter is connected to the correct AP. Check whether the wireless channel in use conforms to the channels available in your country/ area. Check encryption setting. Check whether the ADSL cable is plugged to the correct port. Retry by another Ethernet cable.
4.Internet is not accessible
Check the lights on ADSL modem and Wireless Router Check the "WAN" led on the router is on or not. If the led isn't on, please change the cable to try again.
4.1. When ADSL Modem "Link" light is on (not blinking), this means Internet Access is Possible.
Restart your computer. Reconfigurate the settings for ASUS Router and please refer to the Quick Setup Guide of the WL-520g. Check whether the WAN LED on the router is on or not. Check wireless encryption settings Check whether the computer can get the IP address or not. (via both wired network and wireless network) Check whether your Web browser is configurated to use the local LAN, and is not configured to use a proxy server.
Check that your cables are connected properly.
4.2. If the ADSL "LINK" light blinks continuously or stays off, Internet access is not possible - the Router is unable to establish a connection with the ADSL network.
Disconnect the power cable from the modem, wait a few minutes, then reconnect the cable. If the ADSL light continues to blink or stays off, contact your ADSL service provider.
5.Network name or encryption keys are unknown
Can try to setup the wired connection for setup the wireless encryption again. Can do the hard reset on the router.
6.How to reset to defaults
The following are factory default values. These values will be present when you rst receive your ASUS Wireless Router, if you push the restore button on the back of the ASUS Wireless Router over 5 seconds, or if you click the Restore button on the Factory Default page under Advanced Setup. User Name: Password: Enable DHCP: IP address: Domain Name: admin admin Yes (if plug in Wan cable) 192.168.1.1 (Blank) Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 DNS Server 1: 192.168.1.1 DNS Server 2: (Blank) SSID: default
6. Additional Information:
Router and Client Wireless Connection Setup
1) Utility Installation for WL-520g
1. Click the rst line Install ASUS Wireless Router Utilities to run the setup installation program.
2. Click Next to continue.
3. Click Next to conrm the designated location for installation.
4. Select a program folder and click Next. 5. After completing installation, Restart Computer dialog box will appear. Select Yes and press Finish to restart your computer.
6.Open the EZSetup Wizard.
2) EZSetup (Default)
Wireless LAN setup will complete in two easy steps.
Push EZSetup over 3 sec. and release.
1) If the setup button is pushed without running the EZsetup wizard utility, the PWR indicator will ash and Internet connections will pause for a short period but will then return to normal operation without change. 2) You must have ASUS wireless clients such as WL-100gE, WL-100g Deluxe and WL-167g to use WL-520g EZSetup.
Click the EZSetup button in the utility.
Note: Use EZSetup Wizard with one wireless client at a time. If the wireless client computer cannot discover the wireless router while in EZSetup mode, please shorten the distance between the client and the router.
Security-enabled wireless LAN environment is built now.You can print your key and your other network settings for your reference. Wireless LAN setup is complete. Click Next to make Internet connection settings.
Choose the time zone where you are located in.
Select the connection type (Cable or ADSL) you use.(Example: Cable modem or other connection type that gets IP automatically )
(ISP requirements depend on selection in the connection type.)
Depending on the connection type you selected, you may require additional information from your ISP. Some elds are optional and may be left blank.
Depending on the service level you applied for with your ISP, your IP may be random (automatic) or xed (enter manually). Example 1: Cable Modem or other connection type that gets IP address automatically Example 2: ADSL or other connection type that uses static IP address.
3) EZSetup (Customized)
Only differences between the default setup will be shown below. Select the Customization check box for advanced wireless LAN functions.
You can check for automatic or uncheck for manual wireless network naming. You must enter a name if unchecked.
You can choose to use automatic or manual security key. If all your clients are using ASUS WPA capable wireless network adapters, you can select WPA for extra strength security. (This selection will only be available for ASUS WPA adapters.) (WEP or WPA depends on security selection in the previous screen.)
If you chose Manually assign, enter a WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) key following the guideline as shown.
If you chose Manually assign and selected the WPA check box , enter a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key following the guideline as shown.
*For the following steps of Internet settings, please refer to P14~P15 Step 4~8.
FCC Warning Statement
This device 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. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION: Any changes or modications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
Prohibition of Co-location
This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter
To maintain compliance with FCCs RF exposure guidelines, this equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body. Use on the supplied antenna.
Declaration of Conformity for R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC
Essential requirements Article 3 Protection requirements for health and safety Article 3.1a
Testing for electric safety according to EN 60950-1 has been conducted. These are considered relevant and sufcient. Protection requirements for electromagnetic compatibility Article 3.1b Testing for electromagnetic compatibility according to EN 301 489-1 and EN 301 489-17 has been conducted. These are considered relevant and sufcient. Effective use of the radio spectrum Article 3.2 Testing for radio test suites according to EN 300 328- 2 has been conducted. These are considered relevant and sufcient.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class B product, in a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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