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Safety precautions. 6 The Gigaset SE361 WLAN. 7
Local networks with Gigaset products. 8 Wired local area network (Ethernet). 9 Wireless local area network (WLAN). 10 Linking a wireless network (WLAN) to an Ethernet (LAN). 12 Features and applications. 13 Procedure for installation and configuration. 15
First Steps. 16
Pack contents. System requirements. Operating displays and connections. Front panel. Back panel. Setting up the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Connecting the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Making the connection to the DSL or cable modem. Making the connection to the PC. Connecting to the mains power supply. 21 23
The user interface. 24
Launching the user interface. The start screen. Selecting a language. Elements on the user interface. 26 27
Basic Setup Wizard. 28
Regional Options. 28 Configuring Internet connection. 29 Summary. 31
Security Setup Wizard. 32
Assigning a Password. SSID. Setting security functions for the wireless network. WPA2 / WPA with Pre-shared key (PSK). WEP encryption. Access control within the wireless network. Saving settings. 39
Configuring the Advanced Settings. 40
Configuring the Internet connection. Internet. Internet Connection. DNS servers. MAC address. Firewall. Setting up access control to the Internet. Setting up the NAT function. Port triggering. Port forwarding. Opening the firewall for a selected PC (Exposed Host). Dynamic DNS. QoS (Quality of Service). LAN configuration. Assigning static IP addresses to individual PCs. Configuration for wireless connections. Setting wireless security. WPA2-PSK and WPA2-PSK / WPA-PSK. WEP encryption. Allowed clients. Repeater function (WDS). 62
Administration and status information. 64
Connecting to the Internet manually. Regional Options. Internet Time. System Password. Setting up Remote Management. Saving and restoring a configuration. Saving configuration data. Restoring backups. Resetting to the factory settings. Reboot. Updating the firmware. 69
Status information. 71
Overview. Security. Internet. Local Network. Wireless Network. Device. 74 75
Configuring the local network. 76
Network configuration with Windows XP. Configuring the network. Selecting a computer name and workgroup. Checking the network settings and completing the installation procedure. TCP/IP settings. Deactivating the HTTP proxy. Configuring the popup blocker. Synchronising the TCP/IP settings with the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Network configuration with Windows 2000. Installing network services. Selecting a computer name and workgroup. Installing the TCP/IP protocol. TCP/IP settings. Deactivating the HTTP proxy. Configuring the popup blocker. Synchronising the TCP/IP settings with the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Checking the connection to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. 92
Troubleshooting. 93 Specifications. 97 Authorisation. 98 Approval. 98 Customer service (Customer Care). 99 Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom. 100 Guarantee Certificate Ireland. 100
Glossary. 102 Index. 114
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The Gigaset SE361 WLAN
Your Siemens Gigaset SE361 WLAN is a powerful but easy-to-use device that connects your PC (WLAN) or your local network (LAN) to the Internet without the need for wires (via a DSL or cable modem). You can connect your PC wirelessly to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN and create a wireless local network (WLAN). For network security, wireless transmission can be encrypted using the WPA standard or 64/128-bit WEP. The Gigaset SE361 WLAN allows several users to access the Internet simultaneously. A single user account can be shared, if your Internet Provider permits this. If you want to surf the Internet at the lowest possible cost, then the Gigaset SE361 WLAN is a convenient and effective solution. You can connect a DSL or cable modem to the WAN interface of your Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Despite its extensive range of functions, the Gigaset SE361 WLAN is easy for both experts and non experts to handle. It can be configured and made operational within a few minutes.
Local networks with Gigaset products
You can use the Gigaset SE361 WLAN to set up a local area network, e.g. a home network. All the PCs in this network can communicate with each other and have access to the Internet. Gigaset SE361 WLAN Internet Modem
Infrastructure mode is the default configuration of the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. This configuration is described in the quick guide that comes with the device. Ad-hoc mode An ad-hoc network is a wireless network that has been configured without an access point or a router. The mobile network components that communicate with each other directly and wirelessly form the network on an "ad-hoc" basis, i.e. as and when required. All the stations in the network have the same rights. Ad-hoc networks are used wherever communications networks have to be set up quickly and without any existing network infrastructure, and where participants are on the move.
Linking wireless networks with the Internet The Gigaset SE361 WLAN has a WAN port that permits all stations within its local area network to access the Internet simultaneously. To be able to use this functionality you need a DSL or cable connection and a suitable modem. You can usually obtain the line and a modem from an Internet service provider. Gigaset SE361 WLAN
This illustration shows the commonest method of application. One or more PCs communicate wirelessly with the Gigaset SE361 WLAN in infrastructure mode. The Gigaset SE361 WLAN forwards the data to the Internet via a DSL or cable modem. Data from the Internet flows back to the PC along the same route.
The Gigaset SE361 WLAN Linking a wireless network (WLAN) to an Ethernet (LAN)
Wireless local area networks can work easily together with existing Ethernet networks. If you wish to connect mobile stations to an existing wired network, you must group all the mobile stations into a wireless network in infrastructure mode.
Wireless local area network (WLAN)
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The Gigaset SE361 WLAN has four Ethernet interfaces (LAN ports). Up to four PCs can be connected directly to these LAN ports. All PCs can access the Internet via the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Note: You can also connect an Ethernet router or switch to a LAN port to access a larger Ethernet. If you want to link the Gigaset WLAN network to an existing network, a large number of settings have to be applied. It is therefore not possible for us to provide a general example for this use; configuration must be defined separately for each individual case. We advise having such networks configured by a specialist.
Features and applications
Security Setup Wizard
Internet Status Language
Selecting a language
The user interface can be presented in various languages. During the initial configuration or after resetting the device to the factory settings, the user interface is displayed in German (if the Web browser is also in German) or in English (for all other languages).
Click on Language at the top right above the screen. If you wish to change the preset language, select the required language from the
Click OK to apply the setting.
You might have to load the file for the language you require. The files are either on the CD-ROM or you can download other languages from the Internet and save them on your PC. Follow the on-screen instructions on the user interface page. Reboot the device to activate the change. Confirm the reboot in the dialogue field on the screen. Once the procedure is complete the start screen is shown again.
Elements on the user interface
The user interface Web pages contain the following elements: Button Log Off You will always find the Log Off button on the right above the user interface. If you click on Log Off, the session is terminated and the login screen appears again. Help Click the question mark to display explanations about the current user interface screen. Buttons and symbols used by the wizards The wizards use graphic symbols to show which steps you have already carried out. As soon as you have changed the configuration in a screen, you can activate the new setting by clicking on Next > at the bottom of the screen. The < Back button returns you to the previous configuration step, and Cancel returns you to the start screen. Buttons in the Advanced Settings menu OK Cancel Transfers the settings you have made to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN configuration. Deletes all the entries in a screen since the last time you clicked on OK. This button is not available for the initial configuration of the device.
Other buttons may be visible depending on the function in question. These are described in the relevant sections.
The Basic Setup Wizard guides you step by step through the general configuration of the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. This includes settings for your region and for your Internet access. Connection to the Internet is established via the Gigaset SE361 WLAN for all PCs connected to it. You will need your Internet Provider's access data for configuration. You should therefore have this data to hand. Note: The Basic Setup Wizard will reconfigure your Internet settings if you have already set them. This does not affect the WLAN and LAN settings. The access data is stored in the Gigaset SE361 WLAN during configuration. Before passing the device on to somebody else or having your dealer replace it, you should first restore the configuration to the factory settings (see page 69). If you do not, unauthorised persons will be able to use your Internet access data at your expense. During initial configuration the first page of Basic Setup Wizard, the page for Regional Options, is displayed automatically.
Before the wireless network components can communicate with each other, they must all use the same SSID (Service Set Identifier). On delivery, the Gigaset SE361 WLAN's default SSID is ConnectionPoint. For security reasons you should change this SSID and deactivate SSID broadcast. If this option is enabled, the Gigaset SE361 WLAN will send the SSID in all data transmissions, and your Gigaset SE361 WLAN's SSID will be displayed on all PCs that have a wireless network adapter. In this case eavesdroppers could use the SSID to gain access to your local network.
Enter a character string of your choice in the SSID field. The SSID is case sensitive. It
can be up to 32 alphanumerical characters long. Make a note of the SSID. You will need it to log on your PC. Note: The connection to the wireless network adapters will be interrupted until the new SSID has been entered in them as well.
Setting security functions for the wireless network
In the next step you can set the encryption and authentication methods for your wireless network. Wireless networks are even more strongly exposed to the risk of eavesdropping than wired networks. With conventional network adapters an intruder only needs a device with a WLAN adapter (e.g. a notebook or a PDA (Personal Digital Assistant)) with an appropriately configured network card in order to eavesdrop on every communication made via a nearby wireless LAN. The Gigaset SE361 WLAN uses effective encryption methods to largely prevent eavesdropping. You can use the following security mechanisms:
u WPA2-PSK or WPA2-PSK / WPA-PSK (see page 34) u WEP encryption (Wired Equivalent Privacy, see page 35)
We recommend using WPA2-PSK if it is supported by all components in your wireless network. Note: If WDS is enabled (see page 62) only WEP is available as encryption method. You will find further options for setting data encryption in the Advanced Settings menu (see page 58).
WPA2 / WPA with Pre-shared key (PSK)
WPA is a more advanced procedure than WEP for protecting wireless networks. Dynamic keys based on TKIP (Temporal Key Integration Protocol) offer increased security. The new WPA2 standard uses AES for encryption. WPA-PSK is a special WPA mode for users at home and in small companies without a company authentication server. Encryption keys are automatically generated with the Pre-shared key, automatically changed ("rekeying") and authenticated between the devices after a certain period of time (Rekey interval). Note: Every PC (network adapter) that requires access to a wireless network protected by WPA must also support WPA. To find out whether and how you can use WPA on your PC, read the user guide supplied with your network adapter.
Select the WPA2-PSK option if it is supported by all components in your wireless network. or
Select WPA2-PSK / WPA-PSK if some or all components in your wireless network
Enter a Passphrase (up to 32 characters) and confirm it by entering it again. The key
is generated automatically. Note: u It is very important that you make a note of the key or passphrase. You will need this information to configure the wireless network adapters correctly.
u When you have concluded the Security Setup Wizard you must also change the
WEP encryption data on the wireless network adapters in the connected PCs since, without the change, they will not be able to access the Gigaset SE361 WLAN's wireless network.
To go to the next step in the Security Setup Wizard, click on Next >.
Access control within the wireless network
In this step you can specify which PCs will have wireless access to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN and hence to your LAN. Access control is based on the MAC addresss of the PCs' network adapters. You can enter the MAC addresses for the PCs manually or select them from the list of PCs that are currently logged in.
The default setting for access control is disabled. This means that all PCs that use the correct SSID and the right encryption method can log in.
Next to MAC address filter select the option On to activate MAC filtering.
Entering MAC addresses manually on a label on the device.
Enter the MAC address of the network adapter. You will normally find this address Enter a name for the PC. Click on Add to add the entry to the list.
Selecting from the list of known PCs
Select the required PC from the Known wireless clients list. All PCs that are currently logged in to the router with the correct SSID are displayed.
Click on Add to add the selected PC to the list.
Note: If you activate MAC access control, you must at least enter the PC from which you are configuring the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. If you fail to do this, you will no longer be able to access the user interface and an error message will be shown. If, by mistake, you have denied all PCs access to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN you have two options:
u You can reset the Gigaset SE361 WLAN to the factory settings (see page 18). u You can connect a PC to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN using one of the LAN con-
nections (by cable). Since MAC access control only applies to PCs that are connected "wirelessly", you can use this PC to change the configuration.
On the next screen you close the wizard and save the settings. You will be informed of any security risks that still exist.
Click on Finish to close the wizard.
The settings will now be active on your Gigaset SE361 WLAN. Note: You must now configure the WEP or WPA key for your PC's wireless network adapter, if this has been configured with other values. Once you have done this you can log in to your Gigaset SE361 WLAN wirelessly again.
Click on Add. Click on Delete if you wish to delete the data in the relevant line again. Select the option in the Enabled column. Click on OK to apply the settings.
Opening the firewall for a selected PC (Exposed Host)
You can set up a client as an exposed host in your local network. Your device will then forward all incoming data traffic from the Internet to this client. This will enable you, for example, to operate your own Web server on one of the clients in your local network and make it accessible to Internet users. As an exposed host, your local client is directly visible on the Internet and therefore particularly exposed to risk (e.g. from hacker attacks). You should only activate this function where it is absolutely necessary (e.g. to operate a Web server) and where other functions (e.g. port forwarding) are not adequate. In this case you should take appropriate measures on the clients concerned. Note: Only one PC per public IP address can be set up as Exposed Host (see also the section entitled "Port forwarding" on page 50.
To set up a PC as an Exposed Host, select Exposed Host in the Address Translation
Enter the Local IP address of the PC that is to be enabled as Exposed Host. Enter a name for the PC in the Comment field. Enable the entry by selecting the option. Click on Add to add the entry to the list. Click on Delete to delete the entry from the list.
Any service you provide on the Internet can be accessed via a Domain name. Your router's Public IP address is assigned to this domain name. If your Internet Service Provider for your local network's WAN connection assigns the IP address dynamically, the IP address of the router may change. The assignment to the domain name will no longer be valid and your service will no longer be available. In this case you must ensure that the assignment of the IP address to the domain name is constantly updated. This is handled by the dynamic DNS service (DynDNS). You can use the DynDNS service to assign your Gigaset SE361 WLAN an individual static domain name on the Internet even if it does not have a static IP address. There are various providers on the Internet who offer a free DynDNS service. The Gigaset SE361 WLAN uses the DynDNS service from DynDNS.org and from TZO.org. If you use this DynDNS provider's service, then your service can be reached on the Internet as a subdomain of one of this provider's domains. If you have activated the device's DynDNS function, it will monitor its public IP address. When this changes, it sets up a connection to the Internet site and updates its IP address there. Note: You will have to open an account with the provider before you can use the Gigaset SE361 WLAN's DynDNS function. Follow the instructions on the provider's web site. Enter the user data during configuration of the router.
Select the channel to be used for transmitting the data.
SSID broadcast If this option is enabled (default setting), the Gigaset SE361 WLAN will send the SSID will be sent with all data transmissions, and your Gigaset SE361 WLAN's SSID will be displayed on PCs that have a wireless network adapter. In this case, eavesdroppers could use the SSID to gain access to your local network. If you disable SSID broadcast, your Gigaset SE361 WLAN's SSID will not be displayed. This increases protection against unauthorised access to your wireless network. However, you must make a note of the SSID. You will need it to log on your PC.
Select the Off option to deactivate SSID broadcast.
Select the required sending power for your device.
We recommend that you select a sending power with a range to suit the spatial environment of your local network. A range that is much greater makes it easier to eavesdrop on your wireless data transmission. Network performance You can optimise Network performance in the following ways:
u Optimize throughput
maximises the data transmission rate in your network and ensures that data traffic is transmitted immediately.
u Optimize power saving
optimises power consumption in order to extend standby times for mobile devices in your network, e.g. notebooks, PDAs and WLAN handsets.
This allows you to adjust the Network performance to suit your needs on the basis of the following items: Beacon interval defines the interval between two Beacons. Measured in milliseconds, default = 100 msecs. DTIM interval defines the interval between two DTIMs for devices in power-saving mode. Measured in number of beacons, default = 2 beacons.
Choose the desired Network performance.
Setting wireless security
If you send data over wireless channels, we recommend that you activate encryption (WEP or WPA) on your wireless network components. WPA is a more advanced procedure than WEP for protecting wireless networks. Dynamic keys based on TKIP (Temporal Key Integration Protocol) offer increased security. The new WPA2 standard is based on AES. We therefore recommend that you choose WPA2 or WPA encryption if it is supported by all components in your wireless network. Note: If WDS is enabled (see page 62) only WEP is available as encryption method.
u Remote management enabled
Any user, including unauthorised users, who gains knowledge of the system password for your device can access your device's configuration program via the Internet. The section entitled "Setting up Remote Management" on page 67 describes how to avoid this security risk.
On the Internet screen in the Status menu you will find information about the status of your device's Internet connection.
u Connection status
Shows the status of the connection to the Internet and, if connected, the duration of the connection. If you have set Connect on demand or Connect manually as the connection mode (see page 41), you can Connect or Disconnect the connection to the Internet manually here.
u MAC address
Shows the public MAC address of your device.
u PPPoE pass-through
Shows the status of PPPoE pass-through for your DSL or cable connection for establishing Internet connections straight from a PC to your network.
u Address Translation (NAT)
Status Shows the status of NAT (Network Address Translation) for your Internet connection. NAT table Shows the number of entries currently existing in the NAT table. Click on Empty to delete all currently existing entries in the NAT table. u Dynamic DNS Dynamic DNS Shows the status of dynamic DNS for your Internet connection. Domain name Shows the domain name set for dynamic DNS. Click on Refresh to refresh this screen and update the displayed data.
On the Local Network screen in the Status menu you will find information about the settings for your local network.
Shows the local IP address of your device.
u Subnet mask
Shows the subnet mask used in the local network.
Shows the local MAC address of your device for wired data transmission.
Status Shows the status of the DHCP server for your device for automatic assignment of IP addresses to clients in your local network. u DHCP clients Shows all clients in your network that have been assigned an IP address. The Host name and the MAC address of each client are listed for identification. You are also given information about the IP address assigned to each client as well as the remaining Lease time for the IP address before the client is assigned a new address by the DHCP server.
On the Wireless Network screen in the Status menu you will find information about the settings for your wireless network.
Enter the name the PC is to appear under in the network. This name must be unique
within the network. You can complete the Computer Description field or leave it empty. Then click on Next. for all the PCs in the network. Then continue by clicking on Next.
Enter a name for the workgroup the PC is to belong to. This name must be identical
Checking the network settings and completing the installation procedure
You will now see a screen in which you can check the settings you have made and make any changes you want.
Click on Back if you want to make any changes or click on Next if you want to leave
them unchanged. If you do not want to install any more PCs:
Select Only finish the wizard as it is not run on other computers, and confirm by
clicking twice on Next.
Answer the question Do you want to restart your computer now? with Yes.
If you want to set up a network on other PCs with Windows XP, you can now create a network installation disk.
Select Create a network installation disk, and click on Next. Follow the on-screen instructions and insert a disk. The necessary data will now be
copied. Finally, label the disk Network installation. rebooting the PC.
Confirm the next two screens with Next and complete the installation procedure by
After the reboot your home network will have been installed. To set up the network on the other PCs with the same settings, insert the disk in the drive and run Netsetup with a double click.
Configuring the local network TCP/IP settings
The TCP/IP Protocol requires certain settings which you should now make or check so that it can function smoothly.
Click on Start Settings Control Panel. Select Network Connections.
Double-click the LAN connection via which you are connected to the Gigaset SE361
Click on Properties.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on Properties.
If the Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address
automatically options have already been activated, your PC is already configured for DHCP. Click on Cancel and close the following windows with OK to save your network configuration. matically options have not yet been activated, activate them now and click OK. Close the next windows.
If the Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address auto-
Open Command prompt. To do this, click on Start Programs Command
Enter the command ping 192.168.2.1.
Note: 192.168.2.1 is the default IP address for the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. If the IP address has been changed, enter the new IP address. The ping command sends data packets to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN with the specified IP address and checks whether the router responds. If this is the case, the command presents statistics about the connection, e.g. how many data packets were sent, how many received, how long the transfer took, etc. If you can see this information, then the connection to the router is functioning correctly. If the command does not return any statistics but ends with a time-out, this means that the components cannot communicate with each other. Check the following points: 1. Is the Ethernet cable between the Gigaset SE361 WLAN and the PC correctly connected or is there a wireless connection via a wireless network adapter? The LED for the LAN connections on the Gigaset SE361 WLAN and the link display for the network card in your PC must light up. For wireless connections the Gigaset WLAN Adapter Monitor must display connection information. 2. Is TCP/IP configured correctly on your PC? If the Gigaset SE361 WLAN has the IP address 192.168.2.1, your PC's IP address must be between 192.168.2.2 and 192.168.2.255. The default gateway must have the address 192.168.2.1. 3. Does the IP address match the defined subnet mask? As the Subnet mask for the Gigaset SE361 WLAN is set to 255.255.255.0 the PCs IP address may differ from the routers IP address only in the last address field. If you can successfully address the Gigaset SE361 WLAN with the ping command, then the PC has been configured correctly.
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This section describes common problems and their solutions. The Gigaset SE361 WLAN is easy to monitor thanks to its LED displays. Problems can be quickly identified. If you cannot solve connection problems after checking the LED displays, please consult the other sections shown in the following table. Symptom Power lamp does not light up. Possible cause and remedial actions No power supply.
Check whether the mains adapter is connected to
the Gigaset SE361 WLAN and a power outlet.
The Gigaset SE361 WLAN or other PCs cannot be reached by a PC in the connected LAN with a ping command.
Properties) to check whether the network connection is functioning. If you see a red cross or a question mark, then the driver may not have been installed or there is a resource conflict. Follow the Windows instructions to remedy the problem. Make sure that TCP/IP has been installed and configured on all the PCs on the local network. configured. In most cases you can use the DHCP function of the Gigaset SE361 WLAN to assign dynamic addresses to the PCs in the LAN. In this case, you must configure the TCP/IP settings of all the PCs so that they obtain their IP address automatically. If you configure the IP addresses in the LAN manually, remember to use subnet mask 255.255.255.x. This means that the first three parts of the IP address on each PC and the Gigaset SE361 WLAN must be identical. The device must also be configured as DNS server. Use the ping command to check whether you can establish a network connection to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. want to use to manage the device and the Gigaset SE361 WLAN. work, make sure that you are using the correct IP address administration (see above). network, it must be authorised via Remote Management. Reset the Gigaset SE361 WLAN (see page 19).
Check that the IP addresses have been correctly
No connection to the Gigaset SE361 WLAN's configuration interface.
Check the network cable between the PC which you If the PC you want to use is on the router's local net If the PC you want to use is not on the router's local
Password forgotten or lost
Warning: Please bear in mind that this will return all the configuration settings to the factory settings.
You cannot access a resource (drive or printer) on another PC.
Make sure that TCP/IP has been installed and con-
figured on all the PCs on the local network and that the PCs all belong to the same workgroup. the PC in question and whether you have the necessary access rights. as a network printer.
Check whether the resource has been released on
Printing: Check whether the printer has been set up
The transmission rate is too low.
Radio data transmission depends on the operating
environment, for example the building stock or the influence of other devices in the vicinity that transmit in the 2.4-GHz frequency range. Arrange your WLAN devices closer together. Change the antenna direction. Position the device elsewhere. Switch off other radio sources in the vicinity. They may interfere with data transmission.
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Schablone 2004_08_26 Issued by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG Schlavenhorst 66 D-46395 Bocholt Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG 2006 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. No.: A31008-M1067-R101-1-7619
Gigaset SE361 WLAN
Essential router for surfing wirelessly, shared internet access and PC networking at fast speeds
Features and Benefits Essential WLAN router for shared internet access, wireless surfing and versatile home networking. Enjoy the flexibility and convenience that comes along with a Gigaset SE361 WLAN router. Thanks to data transfer speeds of up to 54 Mbps and integrated firewall features, this high-quality Gigaset router lets you safely surf the internet from virtually anywhere in your home. Plus, several computers can be hooked up to the internet at the same time so the whole family can explore the world whenever they like. High-speed internet access for multiple PCs in parallel High-speed wireless data transfer at up to 54 Mbit/s (IEEE802.11g, compatible to IEEE802.11b) Small size, clear design Easy to configure with basic and security wizard Multi-language software, documentation and online help 4 Ethernet ports for connecting additional PCs or for connecting to an existing LAN with a data rate of 10/100Mbit/s Comprehensive firewall functions Preconfigured DSL providers (for Germany, Austria; planned for other countries)
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, Hofmannstrasse Munich, Germany http://gigaset.siemens.com
All rights reserved. Subject to changes in technology, design and availability. The product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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