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4.1 4.2

Operating FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. 14
Operation Using the Display of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. 14 Operation Using a Web Browser on the Computer. 15

5.1 5.2 5.3

Music in the Network with the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. 16
Program for the Audio Bridge. 16 Connecting a Stereo System. 17 Connecting a Radio. 17

6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6

Troubleshooting. 19
Checking the Power Supply. 19 Restricted Access. 19 The WLAN Connection Cannot Be Established. 20 Registration Not Possible. 22 Microsoft WLAN Service (WZC) Is Not Supported. 23 No Higher Data Rates Available. 23
Interference During Audio Output. 24
PRODUCT DETAILS AND USEFUL INFORMATION. 25 1

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

Product Details. 25
Technical Specifications. 25 Disposal. 26 Declaration of CE Conformity. 27 Manufacturers Warranty. 28

2.1 2.2 2.3

More about WLAN. 29
Standards. 29 Security. 32 Frequency Ranges. 33

3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4

Customer Service Guide. 36
Documentation. 36 Information in the Internet. 37 Updates and Software. 37 Support from the Service Team. 38

Index. 50

Symbols and Highlighting
The following sections present explanations about the symbols and highlighting used in this manual. This symbol indicates useful hints to assist you in working with the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater.
This symbol indicates important instructions that must be observed to avoid malfunctions. The table below explains the highlighting used in this manual.
Highlighting Quotation marks Function Keys Buttons Settings pages Menus Commands File paths File names Underlined text Pointed brackets Bold Text input Joker Emphasis Examples F1 key Help Advanced Edit / Paste Copy C:/My Documents Info fritz.repeater <MSN> Do not click the button.

Security and Handling

CONNECTING AND OPERATION
Security and Handling What to Watch Out For

Safety Instructions

When working with the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G, observe the following security instructions in order to protect yourself and the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater from harm. Do not install the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater during an electrical storm. Disconnect FRITZ!WLAN Repeater from the power supply during electrical storms. Never let liquids get inside the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. Otherwise, electric shocks or short circuits may result. The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater is intended for indoor use only. Do not open the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater housing. The device contains hazardous components and should only be opened by authorized repair technicians. Insert the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater in a socket in a dry location that is free of dust and protected from direct sunlight. Make sure to keep sufficient distance from potential sources of interference like microwave devices or electric devices with large metal housings, and from radiators or walls.

FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G An Overview
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater extends the range of your wireless network. To extend a network the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater is integrated into the radio network in just a few steps, providing for: access to the Internet for computers located on the edge or outside of the range of your access point the connection to a media receiver you can use to receive television over the Internet connection to audio devices like stereo systems and FM radios
Uses of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater

Package Contents

The following is included in the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G package: FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G printed quick guide

Operation Requirements

In order to operate the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, you must have the following: WLAN access point in accordance with IEEE 802.11b/g/a/n (draft 2.0) and 2.4 or 5 GHz For WPS functionality: a WPS-compliant WLAN access point with up-to-date firmware For first configuration without WPS: WLAN client that supports the WPA encryption standard For Installation Wizard and audio function: Microsoft Windows Vista (32-bit) or Windows XP (32-bit) and an Internet connection WLAN access point with automatic IP address assignment (DHCP) Forwarding of IPv4-based protocols / Address Resolution Protocol

Starting Operation

Starting Operation Plugging in and Connecting the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater
This chapter contains instructions on the following topics: connecting the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater to the electricity grid the display of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater connecting the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater with an access point Note the additional information in the section Security and Handling on page 6.
Connecting to Electrical Power
Connect the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater to an electrical outlet. The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater provides for optimum extension of your wireless network when it is positioned halfway between your access point and the devices for which the wireless network is to be extended.
Connecting the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater to the electricity grid
The Display of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater has a touch-sensitive screen that can be used to configure the basic settings of the device. The settings are opened using the three integrated touch points, which are enabled depending on the function displayed.
Connecting to an Access Point
Touch Point Center Left Right
Function enable the displayed option back / back to higher menu forward / more options
FRITZ!WLAN Repeater: Touch points on the display

To extend your radio network, connect the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater to your WLAN access point via a wireless connection. Use one of the three following possibilities to establish the wireless connection between the devices. Establishing a Connection Using WPS (page 11) The quick WLAN connection WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) is an automatic configuration process for wireless networks and can be used with access points that are optimized for WPS. AVM devices that support WPS include FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7270/7240 and FRITZ!Box WLAN 3270. Connecting Using the Online Wizard (page 13) Connections to WLAN access points that do not support WPS can be established in Windows Vista (32-bit) and Windows XP (32-bit) using a Wizard.
Establishing a Connection Using WPS
Connecting Manually (page 13) If the possibilities listed above are not available to you, then establish the wireless connection manually. Establishing a Connection Using WPS

Prerequisites

To connect the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater with your WLAN access point using WPS, the following prerequisites must be met: All of the devices involved must support WPS and WPS must be enabled. The access point must support the WPA/WPA2 encryption standard. The SSID (network name) of the access point must be set to visible (announced). The WPS function must be enabled. Any active MAC address filter must be disabled temporarily to establish the connection.
Establishing a Connection
To connect the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater with a FRITZ!Box via WPS, please keep the following instructions in mind: 1. 2. Make sure that your FRITZ!Box has the latest firmware installed. Select the push-button method (WPS-PBS) setting in the FRITZ!Box. This setting is located in the Settings / Advanced Settings / WLAN / Security menu on the WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) - Quick Connection settings page. Once you have connected the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, the display shows a circle, the WPS connection icon. Press in the center of the circle.
Now press the WLAN button on the FRITZ!Box within the next two minutes. Hold the button down until the WLAN LED begins flashing.
hold down for about 6 sec.
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and the FRITZ!Box now will connect to each other automatically. The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater automatically adopts the security settings of the FRITZ!Box and then displays the WLAN status information (antenna icon) if the connection was established successfully. Now you can operate the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater via a web browser on your computer. Enter fritz.repeater in the address field to open the user interface. For devices from other manufacturers, consult the documentation of your WLAN device to find out whether it supports the WPS function.
Connecting Using the Online Wizard
Connecting Using the Online Wizard To configure the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater for the first time without the WPS function, your WLAN adapter must support the WPA encryption method. For WLAN connections to access points that do not support WPS, you can use an online Wizard. Perform the following steps: 1. 2. 3. Start a web browser on your computer. Enter www.avm.de/en/repeater in the address field. Load and start the Configuration Wizard for the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater on your computer and follow the instructions on your screen.

Connecting Manually To configure the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater for the first time without the WPS function, your WLAN adapter must support the WPA encryption method. Search, find and connect: These are the three steps to take to connect the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and the WLAN access point manually. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Start the application of your WLAN client to search for WLAN devices at your location. Select the network Repeater N/G. named FRITZ!WLAN
Enter the WPA/WPA2 key: 00000000 (8 zeros). Start a web browser on your computer. Enter fritz.repeater in the address field.
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater Wizard then will guide you through the remaining configuration steps.
Operating FRITZ!WLAN Repeater
The basic functions of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, for instance, turning the audio function on and off, can be set directly on the device for maximum convenience. Advanced settings of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater can be configured using a web browser on your computer. Please follow the following instructions.
Operation Using the Display of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater
The following icons are shown on the display screen of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater for the basic settings:

Description start

Description query status
static: entry applied flashing: confirm entry WLAN on

entry not applied

WLAN off

audio output enabled

audio output disabled

radio enabled

radio disabled
run WPS for the first time

restart WPS

Operation Using a Web Browser on the Computer

Description search run

Description WLAN field strength

firmware update

Factory Settings
display during night service
display during hibernation
You can operate the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater via a web browser on your computer. This means you can make settings for the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater from any computer connected to the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater or the access point. 1. 2. Start a web browser on your computer. Enter fritz.repeater in the address field.
The user interface of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater opens.
FRITZ!WLAN Repeater: user interface
Configure the settings desired and then click Apply. If the web browser cannot display the user interface of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, please note the information in the section Troubleshooting from page 19.
Music in the Network with the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater
With the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater you can listen to music files from your computer on your stereo system or any FM radio. The stereo system is connected to the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater by a cable (digital/analog). An FM radio receives the music from the miniature FM transmitter in the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. In order to configure your computer to play back music files via the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, first install the Program for the Audio Bridge. Please note the following:

Other devices in the network cannot be accessed. Possible Cause The devices are not set to obtain their IP addresses automatically. Remedy
The WLAN Connection Cannot Be Established
Check the TCP/IP properties. See the documentation of your access point for more information. Possible Cause The devices are not bound to TCP/IP. Remedy Check the network connection of the network adapter in the device in question. See the documentation of your access point for more information. Possible Cause A firewall is running on the devices. Remedy Configure the firewall to allow access to the network.
The WLAN connection between the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and the access point cannot be established. Possible Cause The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater is located beyond the range of the access point. Remedy Connect the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater at another location and restart it. Possible Cause The automatic connection with the access point via WPS failed (see page 11). Remedy Restart the WPS procedure. Possible Cause WPS is disabled on the access point. Remedy Install the latest firmware on your WLAN access point and then enable the WPS function in the user interface of your WLAN access point. Possible Cause
The encryption of your access point is set to WEP. WPS can only be used with WPA/WPA2 encryption. Remedy Set up encryption with WPA/WPA2 in the user interface of your access point. Possible Cause The WLAN function is disabled on your access point. Remedy Enable the WLAN function.
The WLAN connection between the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and the computer cannot be established. Possible Cause The WLAN adapter on the computer is not ready for operation. Remedy Some of the WLAN adapters installed in notebooks must be activated by flipping a switch on the notebook. Possible Cause The computer is located beyond the WLAN range of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. Remedy Reduce the distance between your computer and the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. Possible Cause The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and your access point are not connected to each other yet. Remedy Please note the information in the chapter Connecting to an Access Point on page 10. Possible Cause The encryption of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater does not correspond to the encryption of the WLAN adapter on the computer. Remedy
Registration Not Possible
To configure the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater for the first time without the WPS function, the WLAN adapter must be compatible with the WPA/WPA2 encryption method. Check which kinds of encryption your WLAN adapter supports and set WPA/WPA2 as the encryption method on your WLAN adapter. Possible Cause The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and your WLAN adapter cannot be connected to each other via WPS. Remedy The WPS function on the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater can only be used to connect with a WLAN access point. Therefore you have to check whether the network name and the encryption of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and of your WLAN access point are identical (factory settings). Then start the WPS function on your WLAN access point and switch to the reception area of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater. Possible Cause A WLAN radio network in the vicinity of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater of your access point is causing interference. Remedy Test a different radio channel. If possible, configure your access point so that it automatically searches for a suitable channel. Possible Cause The MAC address filter of the access point is enabled and the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater is not entered as an exception in the MAC address list of the access point. Remedy Enter the MAC address of the repeater as an exception in the MAC address filter of the access point.

Physical Specifications Dimensions (w x h x d) approx. 101 x 76 x 76 mm Supply voltage: 230 V / 50 Hz Total power consumption: approx. 4.5 W touch-sensitive LED matrix 7 x 15 mm two integrated dual-band antennas one optical S/PDIF jack one 3.5-mm stereo jack socket (line-out) FM transmitter 87.MHz (miniature FM transmitter) IEEE 802.11n (draft 2.0), IEEE 802.11a/g/b compatible with
WEP 64/128, WPA, WPA2 (802.11i) WLAN: 2.4 GHz max. 100 mW/5 GHz max. 200 mW Transmission rate: up to 300 Mbit/s (gross); the user data rate that can actually be achieved is somewhat below the specified values FM: max. 50 nW Operating temperature: 0C +40C
User Interface and Display
User Interface and Display Settings and status messages via a web browser on a connected computer Touch-sensitive LED matrix for the control, display of connection, activity and status

Disposal

Electrical and electronic equipment must be disposed of separately from household waste.
Labeling of electrical and electronic scrap
In accordance with European regulations and the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG), the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G, as well as all devices and electronic components contained in the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G package, may not be disposed with household waste. Please bring these to your local collection points for disposal.
Declaration of CE Conformity
The manufacturer AVM GmbH Alt-Moabit 95 D-10559 Berlin
herewith declares that the product FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G Type: WLAN repeater complies with the following directives: 1999/5/EC 2004/108/EC 72/23/EEC R&TTE Directive: Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment EMC Directive: Electromagnetic Compatibility Low Voltage Directive:Electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits
The following norms were consulted to assess conformity: EN 60950-1:2006 EN 301489-9 v1.4.1 (2007) EN 301489-17 v1.2.1 (2002) EN 301489-1 v1.5.1 (2004) EN 55024/9.98 + A1/10.01 + A2/01.03 EN V1.6.1 (11/2004) EN V 1.4.1 (07/2007) EN 301 357-1 v1.3.1 EN 301 357-3 v1.3.1
The CE symbol confirms that this product conforms with the above mentioned norms and regulations.
Berlin, 2008-10-24 Indication of Countries
Peter Faxel, Technical Director
The radio technology of this device is designed for use in all countries of the European Union and in Switzerland, Norway and Iceland. In France only indoor operation is permitted.

Manufacturers Warranty

We offer a manufacturers warranty of 5 years for this original product. The warranty period begins with the purchase date from the first end user. Compliance with the warranty period can be proven by submission of the original invoice or comparable documents. This warranty does not restrict your warranty rights based on the contract of sale or other statutory rights. We will remove defects to the product which are demonstrably due to faults in materials or manufacturing. Our warranty does not cover defects which occur due to incorrect installation, improper use, non-observance of instructions in the users manual, normal wear and tear or defects in the environment of the system (third-party hardware or software). We may, at our discretion, repair or replace the defective product. Claims other than the right to the removal of defects which is mentioned in these terms of warranty are not constituted. We guarantee that the software conforms with general specifications, not, however, that the software meets your individual requirements. Delivery costs will not be reimbursed. Products which have been replaced revert to our ownership. Claims recognized under warranty entail neither an extension or recommencement of the warranty period. If we reject a warranty claim, this claim lapses no later than six months after being rejected by us. This warranty shall be governed by German substantive law, to the exclusion of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). AVM GmbH 2008 2009. All rights reserved. Documentation release 09/2009

AVM Computersysteme Vertriebs GmbH Alt-Moabit 95 D 10559 Berlin AVM in the Internet: www.avm.de/en

More about WLAN

More about WLAN AVM and WLAN
WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) is a radio technology that allows networks access to the Internet to be provided without cable connections. This allows multiple users to share one wireless Internet connection.

Standards

The WLAN standards IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11n (on the basis of the preliminary draft 2.0 of the standard) and IEEE 802.11i were developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). The standards IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11n define the transmission rate within a wireless LAN. The IEEE 802.11i standard is a security standard. Standards for the Throughput Rate

Data Throughput

The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater supports the IEEE 802.11n wireless standard and is downward compatible to 802.11a, b and g networks. The standards are intended for different frequency bands.
Standard Frequency Band Gross Data Throughput up to Net Data Throughput up to 802.11a 802.11b 802.11g 802.11n 5 GHz 2.4 GHz 2.4 GHz 2.4 / 5 GHz 54 Mbit/s 11 Mbit/s 54 Mbit/s 300 Mbit/s 54 Mbit/s 5 Mbit/s 25 Mbit/s 100 Mbit/s
The throughputs listed differentiate between gross and net transmission rates. The net speed describes the transmission rate of the user data. The standard used in a given WLAN depends on the settings of the WLAN access point.
Standards for the Throughput Rate
In order to communicate with each other, the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and the WLAN access point must work in the same frequency band.
The range within a WLAN is highly dependent on the following factors: the WLAN adapter used the structural conditions the amount of radio traffic on the same frequency band. Other WLAN networks, microwave ovens or Bluetooth transmitters (mobile telephones) may be active. where the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater is positioned The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater provides for optimum extension of your wireless network when it is positioned halfway between your access point and the devices for which the wireless network is to be extended. The device should also be operated in a location as central and free of obstruction as possible, e.g. not in a closet, cabinet or below a radiator.

IEEE 802.11a

This standard communicates with a maximum of 54 Mbit/s and works exclusively in the seldom used 5GHz range. This means it offers the opportunity to transmit data relatively free of interference from external influences. With a maximum throughput rate of 11 Mbit/s, this is the oldest standard for radio networks. Older WLAN access points of the first generation can communicate with the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater using 802.11b. However, if the WLAN access point supports newer standards such as 802.11g, the latest standard should be used. This is currently the most common WLAN standard. It communicates with a maximum of 54 Mbit/s gross in the 2.4GHz frequency range (ISM) and guarantees broad compatibility with many WLAN devices.

Frequency Ranges

WLAN uses the frequency range around 2.4 GHz in the ISM band or, alternatively, the frequency range at 5 GHz. In order to communicate with each other, the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater and the WLAN access point must work in the same frequency band.

2.4-GHz Frequency Band

In the 2.4-GHz frequency band WLAN works in the same range as Bluetooth, microwave devices and various other devices like some cordless telephones, radio-controlled toys, garage-door openers and video bridges. This means that interference may occur within WLANs operated in the vicinity of such devices. Generally the only adverse effects are to the transmission rate; aborted connections and data losses are rare. WLAN in the 5-GHz frequency band is subject to less interference, as these radio frequencies are used much less often. In the 2.4-GHz frequency range the European regulation authorities have designated 13 channels for WLAN. A channel can have a bandwidth of 20 MHz (throughput up to 130 Mbit/s) or 40 MHz (throughput of up to 300 Mbit/s). Channels located directly next to each other in the 2.4GHz band may overlap and result in mutual interference. For instance, if several WLANs are operated close to each other in the 2.4-GHz frequency range with a bandwidth of 20 MHz, a distance of at least five channels should be left empty between each two channels used. This means that if channel 1 is selected for one WLAN, the channels 6 through 13 can be selected for a second WLAN. This maintains the minimum distance between channels. If your WLAN access point is equipped with an autochannel function, you can automatically have it search for a WLAN channel in your frequency range that is subject to as little interference as possible.
Frequency Ranges 5-GHz Frequency Band
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater can operate in the 5-GHz frequency band as an alternative. This frequency range is used much less frequently than the most common 2.4GHz frequency range. A prerequisite for use of the 5-GHz frequency band is that all WLAN adapters in the network support this frequency range in accordance with the IEEE 802.11a or IEEE 8002.11n standard.

Bandwidth

In both frequency ranges you can select between channel bandwidths of 20 MHZ or 40 MHz (exception: channel 140 in the 5-GHz frequency band). The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater initially attempts to select a channel with 40 MHz bandwidth (throughput up to 300 Mbit/s). If this is not possible due to interference or channels already being used by other WLANs in the vicinity, the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater automatically switches over to a channel with 20 MHz bandwidth. Greater bandwidth provides for higher data throughput:

Experienced users can also download updates from the AVM FTP server. Click the FTP Server link in the download area, or enter the following address: ftp.avm.de
Support from the Service Team
Should problems with your FRITZ!WLAN Repeater arise, we recommend taking the following steps: 1. If you have questions about starting operation of your FRITZ!WLAN Repeater, please consult the chapter Starting Operation from page 9. Please see the information in the section Product Details from page 25. If you have any problems, seek first aid by consulting the chapter Troubleshooting from page 19. This chapter also presents useful tips on problems with establishing connections. 4. The next step is to consult the FAQs in the Internet: www.avm.de/en/service/FAQs This site contains answers to questions our customers have frequently asked our Support team. 5. If you do not find the answer you need in the FAQs, AVM Support will assist you. The support desk can be reached by e-mail or by fax. Please take advantage of the information sources described above before contacting AVM support. Support by E-mail You can send us an English-language e-mail request at any time using the Service area of our web site. The Service area can be reached at: www.avm.de/en/service Select the product for which you need support from the Support area. Click the Mail Form link to open the email form. Fill out the form and send it to AVM support by clicking the Send button. Our Support team will respond by e-mail as quickly as possible.

Support by Fax

Support by Fax If necessary, you can reach AVM Support at the fax number: +49 (0)30 / The following information should be included in English in your fax to the Support team: Your name and address. An e-mail address or fax number at which you can be reached. The serial number of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater The serial number is printed on the sticker attached to the base of the device. Support staff will always check this number to ensure that you are a registered user. Which operating system are you using (e.g., Windows Vista or Windows XP)? At what step of the installation or in which application does an error occur or an error message appear? What is the exact wording of the message? Which firmware does the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater use? The firmware version is displayed on the Overview page of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater user interface. Once you have gathered this information, please fax it to AVM Support. The Support team will assist you in resolving your problem.

Glossary

DSL Router

Dynamic DNS
dress and the notification of the new IP address, the computer can always be reached at the selected domain name. Dynamic IP Address A dynamic IP address is an IP address valid only for the duration of one Internet or network session. Every computer participating in the Internet must have a uniquely assigned public IP address. Since only a limited number of such IP addresses is available, they must be used sparingly. That is why most of the Internet participants who dial in to the Internet receive a dynamic IP address. They are called dynamic because every participant receives a new public address that has not been assigned yet each time she or he dials in to the Internet. By contrast, dynamic addresses are usually used in local IP networks because they are easy to handle, and because using them avoids incorrect IP address entries or unintentional double assignments. The DHCP service is responsible for assigning unique dynamic IP addresses. FAQ abbreviation for Frequently Asked Questions FAQs are collections with answers to frequently asked questions on a certain subject area. Fixed IP address Fixed IP addresses are IP addresses which are permanently assigned to a computer or another device like a network printer. Assigning fixed IP addresses makes sense in cases where a local network has a sufficiently large pool of IP addresses available, or when a computer is always supposed to be accessible at a certain address (such as a web server or e-mail server). Firewall A firewall protects a computer or local network against attacks from the Internet. Most firewalls work with packet filters, which merely check the IP addresses and port numbers of incoming and outgoing data packets and filter the packets according to prescribed rules.
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Some firewalls also integrate additional concepts like IP masquerading and NAT to decouple data traffic by distinguishing strictly between the internal and external network. Especially effective firewalls go even further, analyzing and evaluating the contents of the packets and filtering them according to prescribed rules. Such techniques may also include a Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall, for instance. Firmware The firmware is saved in programmable components within a device. Through the possibility of updating the firmware by computer at any time, manufacturers enjoy great flexibility in reacting to the demands of the operational environment, integrating new functions requested by customers, and eliminating errors discovered after production. abbreviation for File Transfer Protocol The File Transfer Protocol allows files to be exchanged between two computers operating in the Internet. Data exchange takes place via an FTP server and what is known as an FTP client. The more convenient FTP clients are available as stand-alone software or are components of some ISDN data transfer software; simple FTP clients are now included in many web browsers. Gateway Gateway is a general term designating an interface between two computer networks. Such a network interface can be realized using a router or a bridge, for instance. If a computer wants to transfer data packets to a computer in another network, it must first transmit the packet to the gateway. To do this, the computer must know the address of the gateway. If all packets that cannot be delivered in a local network always are to be transmitted to their given recipients via the same gateway, for this purpose the address of the gateway must be saved as the default gateway in the network settings of the computer.

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Such a default gateway for the computer is negotiated automatically by the operating system or the dialing software whenever an ISDN-Controller or DSL-Controller establishes a connection to the Internet. If a router is used for the shared Internet access in a local network, the IP address of the router must be entered as the default gateway in the TCP/IP settings of each computer that wishes to use the Internet connection. If the TCP/IP setting is configured by means of a DHCP server, there is no need to enter the gateway address manually. IP abbreviation for Internet Protocol The IP Internet Protocol is the most important basic protocol for the control of data exchange in local networks and in the Internet. The Internet protocol works without a connection; in other words, data packets are transmitted from the sender to the recipient without previous consultation. The addresses of the recipient and the sender in the data packets are given as IP addresses. IP Address abbreviation for Internet Protocol address In IP-based networks, for instance in the Internet and local networks, all connected devices are addressed via their IP addresses. So that data packets are sure to be delivered to the right address, each IP address may be assigned only once within the Internet or a local IP network. The IP address consists of four three-digit groups of numbers (for instance, 192.168.178.247). Each group of numbers can assume values between 000 and 255. Every IP address contains two components: the network address and the host address. These two components can be read out of an IP address only if the subnet mask is also specified. IP addresses can be public or private, and also fixed or assigned dynamically. See the corresponding entries in the Glossary for more information.

IP Addressing

Addressing is one of the main functions of the Internet Protocol (IP). Internet addresses can be written in decimal, octal or hexadecimal notation. The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater uses dotted-decimal notation: The four bytes of an address are represented by decimal numbers separated by dots. The total volume of Internet addresses, the address space, is separated into classes (A, B, C, D, and E). The full set of IP addresses, called the address space, is grouped into address classes designated as A, B, C, D and E. Only the first three of these five address classes are actually used. These classes can be described as follows:

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access point connecting to. 10, 11 audio bridge. 16 FM radio. 16, 17 frequency ranges WLAN. 33 FRITZ!Box connecting automatically. 12

basic settings. 9

hazards. 6 help customer service. 36 highlighting. 5
connecting. 9 electrical power. 9 manually. 13 using the Online Wizard. 13 using WPS. 11 contact for help. 38 copyright. 2 customer service. 36
imprint. 2 information in the Internet. 37 FAQs. 37 installation. 9 requirements. 8 instructions security. 6
declaration of CE Conformity. 27 declaration of conformity. 27 display.9, 26 display,operation via. 14 disposal. 26 electrical equipment. 26 electronic equipment. 26 documentation. 36

legal notice. 2

manufacturers warranty. 28 music playback. 16
electricity connecting to. 9 encryption. 32 error search. 19
network name. 32 new firmware. 37 notice legal. 2
factory settings network name. 32 FAQs. 37 fax number of support desk. 39 features. 7 FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G 50

operation. 14, 15

package contents. 8
Index physical properties. 25 playing back music from the computer16 product details. 25 product overview. 7 program for the audio bridge. 16 frequency ranges. 33 standards. 29 WPS push button method. 11
radio. 17 recycling. 26 requirements connecting using WPS. 11
security operating instructions. 6 serial number. 39 service team. 38 sources of interference. 6 SSID. 32 stereo system. 16, 17 support. 38 by e-mail. 38 information in the Internet. 37 service team. 38 support by fax. 39 symbols. 5
technical specifications. 25 physical properties. 25 touch points. 9 troubleshooting. 19

updates. 37 UPnP. 49

warranty. 28 web browser,operation via. 15 WEP security mechanism. 32 WLAN. 29 encryption. 32 FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G 51

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WLAN N/G

Audio/UKW

FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G

More range for every WLAN network
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G lets you increase the range of your WLAN network by simply pressing a button regardless of which WLAN standard (11n/g/b/a) you use. Its compact design means it can be plugged into practically any socket. No special equipment or cables are needed. The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G is perfectly harmonized with WLAN products of the FRITZ!Box family and is particularly easy to install with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). The WLAN range of products that support WPS, including the FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 and 7270, can be expanded simply and conveniently at the push of a button. For simple conguration with all other access points, besides WPS a browser-based Wizard is also available. The Repeater can be operated conveniently over an Internet browser. Using it as a dual-band repeater supports transmission on 2.4-gigahertz networks or alternatively on the seldom-used networks in the 5-gigahertz range. The integrated WPA2 wireless encryption also guarantees the security that wireless surfers require for peace of mind. The Repeater excels with other talents as well. The integrated audio port (analog/ digital) allows all audio contents to be transmitted from a computer or smartphone to a hi- system (UPnP renderer). The integrated mini VHF transmitter also enables any conventional radio to play back podcasts, MP3s and web radio stations.

Highlights at a glance:

Increases the range of the wireless network quickly and easily Simple conguration at the click of a button (WPS) or using a Wizard Compatible with all conventional WLAN routers (802.11n/g/b/a radio standards) WLAN support for either 2.4-GHz or 5-GHz connections (dual band) Adopts the congured WLAN encryption (WPA2, WPA, WEP) Audio connection to hi- system/radio Remote control of music playback on the Repeater from the PC or smartphone (UPnP renderer) Congure web radio in the Repeater and switch stations easily on the display Compact design for use at practically any outlet Software Wizard for simple conguration: www.avm.de/en/repeater

Blick:

The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G has won numerous awards:

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FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G expands the range of your wireless network simply and securely and also provides for new audio enjoyment
Simple Installation: Perfect in combination with the FRITZ!Box
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G is perfectly harmonized with WLAN products in the FRITZ!Box family and is easy to install with WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup). The WLAN range of products that support WPS, including the FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7390 and 7270, can be expanded simply and conveniently at the push of a button. Any WLAN routers without the WPS function integrated can be set up using an easy-to-use installation wizard (available on the Internet).
Installation and operation
The touch screen LED display is used for operation. Due to its compact design, which lets it be plugged into practically any socket, no special equipement or cables are needed. Easy setup with integrated WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), using the wizard or manually (for information, see www.avm.de/en/repeater) Operation over the touch-sensitive LED display that indicates connections and activity Compatible with all FRITZ!WLAN boxes and other WLAN routers (no WDS required) Can be operated from any 230V socket (type CEE 7/4)
Alternatively: Search, nd and connect
The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G is ready for operation in no time even without WPS and the wizard: once it has been plugged in, it just needs to be connected to the network with the name FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G. To do this, enter 00000000 (eight zeroes) as the WPA or WPA2 key. After successfully logging on to the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G, open the web browser and enter fritz.repeater in the address line. The FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G wizard guides you through all of the other steps in the initial setup.

System requirements

For operation as a WLAN repeater:
WLAN access point/client according to IEEE 802.11n, g, b or a, ideally harmonized with AVM FRITZ!WLAN products 230-volt socket WLAN access point with automatic IP address assignment (DHCP) Forwarding of IPv4-based protocols / Address Resolution Protocol Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP, Service Pack 2 or later Internet access
13862 April 2011.02 Illustrations may not be identical to the products. Subject to technical modications and errors.
Multimedia right from the socket
The audio connections (digital/analog) of the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater N/G let any audiocontent (music, web radio) be transmitted to a stereo system by means of a cable. A Windows program (like the Windows Media Player) or a smartphone with the UPnP Control Point function can serve as the audio source. Any commercially available FM radio can be turned into a receiver for music content (e.g.an MP3 collection) by means of the miniature FM transmitter. This also makes wirelessplayback of web radio possible in stereo quality in the immediate surroundings.
For launching operation with the software Wizard and for audio output:

Award-winning:

FRITZ! products have received over 400 awards and numerous recommendations from the IT press commending their user-friendliness, their wide range of applications as well as the high security standards they fulll.
* Gross value. The user data rate that can actually be achieved is somewhat below the specied values. 2011 Unless otherwise stated, all trademarks mentioned are registered trademarks of AVM GmbH. This applies in particular to product names and logos. Microsoft, Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. All other product or company names are trademarks of the respective proprietors.

Technical features

Extends the range of a WLAN network Supports all WLAN wireless networks: 802.11n (300 Mbit/s*), 802.11g/a (54 Mbit/s) and 802.11b (11 Mbit/s) Frequency band: 2.4 GHz (in compliance with 802.11n/g/b) or 5 GHz (in compliance with 802.11n/a) WPA2, WPA, WEP-128 and WEP-64 encryption

Multimedia

Integrated mini FM transmitter (87.5-108 MHz) Audio output via optional S/P-DIF (digital) and 3.5-mm stereo jack (line-out) Playback of any audio contents on the PC (Audio Bridge function or UPnP renderer)
AVM International Alt-Moabit Berlin, Germany Telephone +39976-232 ict-info@avm.de www.fritzbox.eu

 

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