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Siemens Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable
Wireless router for fast Internet access for lots of PCs simultaneously (theoretically unlimited) Fast, wireless PC networking in compliance with the IEEE 802.11g standard with a data rate of up to 54 Mbit/s 4 Ethernet ports for connecting additional PCs or for connecting to an existing LAN with a data rate of 10/100 Mbit/s Comprehensive firewall functions Assistant for simple startup Preconfigured DSL providers (for Germany/Austria only; planned for other countries) Assistant for security settings Operating instructions and software available in several languages Extra manual with practical tips and configuration examples Standards IEEE 802.11g Wireless LAN backward compatible with IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN IEEE 802.3 10Base -T Ethernet IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet Coverage Up to 300m outdoors Up to 30m indoors Data rate 54 Mbps / 48 Mbps / 36 Mbps / 24 Mbps / 18 Mbps / 12 Mbps / 11Mbps / 9 Mbps / 6 Mbps / 5.5 Mbps / 2 Mbps / 1 Mbps (auto fallback) WAN interface 10Base-T/100Base -TX autosensing, MDI / MDIX auto detection, RJ-45, for connecting to DSL or cable modem with Ethernet port LAN Interface (LAN1 - LAN4) 10Base-T/100 Base -TX autosensing, MDI / MDIX auto detection, RJ-45, with integrated 4-port switch RF specification Frequency band 2,400 2,4835Hz (ISM) DSSS spreading CCK, OFDM modulation Transmission power max. 100mW 1 internal antenna, 1 external slewable antenna Channel allocation 11 (US, Canada) Internet access PPPoE PPTP Dynamic IP Static IP via bridge mode Protocols TCP/IP, UDP DHCP server / client HTTP SMTP FTP UPnP Security and firewall functions 64 / 128-bit WEP encryption WPA SSID NAT (Network Address Translation) MAC filter URL filter Domain blocking DoS blocking Stateful packet inspection Intrusion detection Virtual private network passthrough PPTP L2TP IPSec Other functions DMZ (Demilitarised Zone) Virtual server Port forwarding DynDNS Roaming, WDS Preconfigured application settings ALGs (e.g. for Netmeeting, etc.) Backup and restoration of configuration data Reset button for reboot and factory defaults
Operation systems Operating system -independent firmware upgrade only possible however under Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, XP Temperature range Operation: 0 to 45 C Storage: -10 to 65 C Humidity 5% to 80% (non-condensing) Location Desk-top Wall- ount m Approvals CE certification in compliance with R&TTE guidelines FCC IC Scope of delivery Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable Plug-in charger with 6 ft power cable Quick installation guide CD with firmware, operating instructi ons and extra manual "Practical Tips" Ethernet cable 6 ft, RJ-45, Cat5
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Safety precautions. 4 The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. 5
Features and applications. 6 Procedure for installation and configuration. 8
First Steps. 9
System requirements. 9 Package contents. 9 Operating displays and connections. 10 Front panel. 10 Back panel. 12 Setting up the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. 13 Installing the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. 13 Connecting a DSL or cable modem to the router. 14 Creating a LAN connection. 15 Activating. 17
Configuring the local network. 18
Network configuration for Windows 98, 98 SE, ME. Setting up a PC as a Client for Microsoft Networks. Selecting a computer name and workgroup. Installing the TCP/IP protocol. TCP/IP protocol settings. Deactivating the http proxy. Synchronising the TCP/IP settings with the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. 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 protocol settings. Deactivating the http proxy. Synchronising the TCP/IP settings with the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. Network configuration with Windows 2000. Installing network services. Selecting a computer name and workgroup. Installing the TCP/IP protocol. TCP/IP protocol settings. Deactivating the http proxy. Synchronising the TCP/IP settings with the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. Checking the connection to the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. 43 44
The user interface. 45
Launching the user interface. Selecting the language. The start page. UI elements. 48 49
General configuration with Basic Setup. 51
Select Country. Configuring Internet access. Internet Service Providers for Germany and Austria. Other Internet providers. Testing the WAN connection and completing the configuration. 57
Configuring security measures. 59
Assign password. Setting the SSID and making it invisible. Setting the Encryption. WPA-PSK. WEP. Allowing selected PC's access your local network. Saving the router configuration and completing the setup. 65
Configuration with Advanced Setup. 66
Configuring wireless connections. Basic Settings. Setting the Encryption. WPA encryption. Access control to local network. Wireless Distribution System (WDS). LAN Configuration. Defining the router's private IP address. Using the universal plug and play function. Configuring the DHCP server. WAN Configuration. Filtering Internet access. Preventing ping attacks from the Internet. Restricting access of local PC's to the Internet. Restricting access to certain Internet domains and sites. Setting up the router as a virtual server. Opening the firewall for selected PC's (DMZ). Port Forwarding. Activating dynamic DNS. 85
Features and applications
The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable's wide range of features make it ideal for a large number of applications, such as: u Setting up a local network The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable provides connections for four devices via Ethernet ports with a transmission speed of 10 or 100 Mbps. for up to 253 mobile terminals via a wireless interface with a transmission speed of 54 Mbps. Here it complies with Standard IEEE 802.11g i.e. the router can be used together with products of several other manufacturers. Using a Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable makes it easy to set up a network at home or in small offices. For example, users can exchange data or share resources on the network, such as a file server or printer. With the Gigaset devices for wireless networks you can operate a LAN as envisaged in Standard IEEE 802.11 in Ad-hoc mode and in Infrastructure mode. The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable supports DHCP for dynamic IP configuration of the local network and DNS for Domain name mapping. u Internet access The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable permits Internet access via a WAN socket with a transmission speed of 10 or 100 Mbps. You can connect a DSL or cable modem to this socket. Since many DSL providers permit communication with end users with the PPPoE protocol, the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable has an integrated Client for this protocol, so you no longer have to install this service on your computer. Shared IP address If your Internet Service Provider permits this, the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable can make do with a single IP address for up to 253 users. Several users on your network can then surf the Internet at the same time using only one Internet Service Provider account. u Virtual Private Network (VPN) The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable supports three of the most common Protocols for setting up a Virtual Private Network: PPTP, L2TP and IPSec. This allows you to connect devices at different locations via the Internet securely, if your Internet Service Provider offers this service.
u Protection against unauthorised access from the Internet
The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable offers comprehensive security measures such as: Firewall All the PC's in the local network use the router's Public IP address for their Internet connections, which makes them 'invisible' on the Internet. The router only allows access from the Internet if it has been requested from the local network. With its firewall, the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable also offers comprehensive protection from attack by hackers. u Offering your own services on the Internet If you want to offer your own services on the Internet, you can configure the router as a virtual server without permitting further access to the local network. DMZ This allows you to release a PC on your local network for unrestricted access from the Internet without compromising the security of the other PC's. u Restricting Internet access You can configure the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable so that Internet access is blocked or limited for various users. You can also use filters to control which PC's are able to use which Internet services, and you can disable access to certain Internet domains and sites. Important information:
On the CD supplied you will find a document entitled "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" which describes many of the uses of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable in full detail together with their configuration settings.
Procedure for installation and configuration
1. First install an Ethernet network card or a wireless Network adapter such as the Gigaset PCI Card 54 or Gigaset PC Card 54 in the PC's you want to connect with the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. The installation procedure can be found in the product's User Guide.
When installing wireless network adapters you should note the following: The default SSID of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable is ConnectionPoint.
2. Now install the router (refer to the section entitled "Installing the Gigaset SE505 dsl/ cable" on page 13). 3. Before the PC's can communicate with the router and with each other in a local network, you have to change their network settings. Configure these network settings on one PC first so that it can establish a connection to the router. You can then use that PC to configure the router. To find out how to do this, refer to "Configuring the local network" on page 18. 4. In a wireless connection you establish the link from the PC's wireless network adapter to the router. This is described in the network adapter's operating instructions. 5. Now configure the router to activate the router's Internet access (refer to the section "General configuration with Basic Setup" on page 51). This will require the access data from your Internet Service Provider. 6. If you want to connect more PC's to the router, configure their network settings to set up the local network (refer to the section entitled "Configuring the local network" on page 18). 7. If you wish to use the router's other functions, e.g. the comprehensive security features, use the router's Security Setup (see page 59) or Advanced Setup (see page 66).
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To operate your Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable you need u a PC with a Gigaset PCI Card 54, a Gigaset USB Adapter 54, a Gigaset PC Card 54 or other 802.11g-compatible wireless Network adapter
You can also use an 802.11b-compatible network adapter such as the Gigaset PC Card 11 or Gigaset USB Adapter 11. However you will not be able to use the full transmission speed of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable of 54 Mbps. The 802.11b-compatible products have a maximum transmission speed of 11 Mbps.
or an Ethernet network card u a Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher, Netscape Navigator 6.2 or higher for configuring your router u for Internet access: a DSL or cable modem and the access data of your Internet Service Provider.
The package contains the following items: u the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable u a mains adapter (12V DC 1A) u an Ethernet cable (CAT-5) u the Installation CD including these operating instructions and the document "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" u a quick installation guide
PC with Ethernet card
Notebook with Ethernet card
First Steps Activating
Connect the mains adapter cable to the 12V DC socket on the router. Plug the mains adapter into a mains socket.
This activates the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. The power LED on the front lights up. The power LED and the WAN LED on the front light up, indicating that the modem is connected. The LAN LEDs light up if a device is connected to the corresponding LAN connection. The LED WLAN lights up, indicating that the wireless interface of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/ cable has been activated. The wireless link to the PC's connected via a wireless network adapter will be established automatically if their network adapters have been configured with the same SSID as the router (see page 15). It can take a few seconds for the wireless connection to be established. The WLAN and LAN LEDs flash when data is being transferred between the PC and the corresponding router connection. If this is not the case, please turn to "Fault tracing" on page 100.
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Configuring the local network
Once you have set up the hardware and connected all the devices, you have to configure the network settings of all the PC's that will communicate with each other via the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. The LAN is set up as a TCP/IP network. You will have to make certain choices during the configuration procedure. The most important decision is whether you want to use the router's DHCP service or not. The router uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) to assign Dynamic IP addresses to the network components, i.e. it automatically assigns a PC that logs in an IP address from a defined range of addresses. The next time the PC logs on it may well be assigned a different IP address. How to configure the router's dynamic address assignment is described on page 74 of the section "LAN Configuration". In this chapter we assume that you will use the router's DHCP service. This is also the router's default setting. In many cases however it is advisable to assign Static (fixed) IP addresses, e.g. if you wish to run a wireless network in Ad-hoc mode. How to assign fixed IP addresses is described in "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" on the CD supplied. If your network has already been set up you can read on from page 45 in the chapter "The user interface". The network configuration varies depending on the Windows operating system you are using. You will find the procedure described below for Windows 98 from page 19, for Windows XP from page 28 and for Windows 2000 from page 36. Have your Windows Installation CD to hand. You may be prompted to insert it.
u Select Protocol as the network component type and click on Add. u In Manufacturers select Microsoft and in Network Protocols select TCP/IP before
confirming with OK.
Configuring the local network TCP/IP protocol settings
The TCP/IP protocol requires certain settings which you will now make so that it can function smoothly. u To do this, open the Configuration tab in the Network window. u Select the TCP/IP > entry for your network card.
u Click on Properties.
u Open the IP Address.tab.
u If Obtain an IP address automatically has already been activated, your PC is
already configured for DHCP. Click on Cancel and close the next windows with OK to run network configuration. You may be prompted to insert your Windows Installation CD. Follow the instructions in the installation procedure. Once the copying procedure is completed, you will be prompted to reboot your system. Click on Yes. The computer will then be rebooted. Then read on from page 26. u If Obtain an IP address automatically has not been activated, activate this option now.
u Open the Gateway tab and remove any entries from the Installed Gateways list.
u Open the DNS Configuration tab. Select Deactivate DNS.
u Click on OK. u Finish the network configuration with OK.
You may be prompted to insert your Windows Installation CD. Follow the instructions in the installation procedure. Once the copying procedure is completed, you will be prompted to reboot your system. Click on Yes. The computer will then be rebooted.
Configuring the local network Deactivating the http proxy
Make sure that the http proxy in your Web browser is deactivated. This function must be deactivated so that your Web browser can access your Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable's configuration pages. The following section describes the procedure for Internet Explorer and Netscape. First decide which browser you are using and then follow the appropriate steps. Internet Explorer u Open Internet Explorer. Click on Extras Internet Options. u In the Internet Options window click on the Connections tab. u Click on LAN Settings. u Clear all the check boxes in the Local Area Network (LAN) settings window and click on OK. u Click on OK again to close the Internet Options window. Netscape
u Open Netscape. Click on Edit and then Settings. u Double click on Advanced Category in the Settings windows and then click on
u Select Direct Connection to Internet. u Click on OK to finish.
Configuring the local network Synchronising the TCP/IP settings with the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable
You have now configured your PC so that it is ready to be connected to the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. You now have to release the old TCP/IP settings and match them to the settings of your Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. u Click on Start Run. u Type WINIPCFG and click on OK.
Before the wireless network components can communicate with each other, you must use the same SSID (Service Set Identifier). The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable comes supplied with the SSID configured as ConnectionPoint. You should change this SSID for security reasons. Enter a character string of your choice. The SSID is case sensitive. It can be up to 32 alphanumerical characters long.
u Remember that the connection to the wireless network adapters u You will find a detailed example of how to change the SSID in
will be interrupted until you enter the new SSID on them as well. "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples"on the CD supplied.
If this option is enabled, the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable will send the SSID in all data transmissions, and your router's SSID will be displayed on PC's that have a wireless network adapter. In this case eavesdroppers could use the SSID to gain access to your network. Your router's SSID will not be displayed if you disable the SSID option. This will increase protection against unauthorised access to your wireless network. Make a note of the SSID however - you will need it to log your PC onto your router. u Wireless Channel Channel used by the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable to communicate with other wireless network components. You must use a common channel so that the wireless network components can communicate with one another.
The available channel settings are governed by your country's regulations. They define the number of available channels. The default setting is determined by the country setting (see page 51). You should not change this setting unless you have a good reason to do so.
u Access point name
You can enter a name for your router here. This name will be used if you want to do Roaming with your router. If you do not need Roaming, you leave the default name as it is. u BSSID The router's BSSID is displayed here. This is for information only it cannot be changed.
u Transmission mode
The transmission mode indicates whether the wireless transmission complies with IEEE Standard 802.11b or IEEE 802.11g, or whether both transmission modes are possible (Mixed mode). The main difference between the two standards is the Transmission rate: IEEE 802.11b maximum 11 Mbps, IEEE 802.11g maximum 54 Mbps. If the units use different standards in the wireless network, then you should leave the default Mixed mode. u Transmission rate The transmission rate depends on the selected transmission mode. The possible transmission rates are shown in the pick list. You should leave the default set to Auto. u Click on APPLY to apply the settings.
Proceed as follows to activate 802.1x: u Choose Network authentication in the 802.1x field. u In the Radius Server field, enter your RADIUS server. u In the Radius Port field enter the port number used for the RADIUS service (default value is 1812). u In the Radius key field, enter a keyword conforming to the conventions of the RADIUS servers, which is to be used by the server for authentication. u Click on APPLY. WEP encryption If WPA is not supported by all network components, we advise you to activate the WEPEncryption on your wireless network components. To do this you must perform the following steps: 1. In the Network authentication field, select the Deactivated setting. 2. In the Data encryption field, select WEP-65 (for a 64 bit key) or WEP-128 (for a 128 bit key) and Hexadecimal or ASCII as the format in the Input mode field. 3. In the next field enter a key of your choice. 4. Activate WEP encryption on the wireless network adapters and enter the generated 64 or 128 bit key. You must use the same keys for encryption and decryption for the Gigaset SE505 dsl/ cable and all your wireless network adapters.
You will find a detailed example of how to set WEP encryption in the document entitled "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" on the accompanying CD.
Configuration with Advanced Setup Access control to local network
In this screen you can specify which PC's will have access to your router and hence to your LAN. u In the Wireless Settings menu, select Access control.
The default setting for access control is disabled. This means that all PC's that use the correct SSID can log in. Access control is based on the MAC addresses of the network adapters of the PC's. If you wish to use access control, you must put the PC's that will be allowed access on the access control list. When you activate the MAC access control you should at least enter the PC from which you configure the router, otherwise you will no longer be able to access the router's user interface and will see an error message to this effect. If you have denied all your PC's access to the router by mistake, you have two options: u You can completely reset the router (see page 103). u You can connect one PC to the router by one of the LAN connections. Because the MAC access control only applies to PC's that are connected 'wirelessly', you can use this PC to change the router's configuration. You will find a detailed example of how to create an access control list in "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" on the CD supplied.
u If the router's DHCP server is active, configure the network settings of
your PC's so that the Obtain an IP address automatically option is checked. To find out how to do this, please turn to the chapter entitled "Configuring the local network" which starts on page 18. u If you deactivate the router's DHCP server, you will have to assign a static IP address for the PC's using the network settings. This is described in "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" on the CD supplied.
u In the LAN menu, select DHCP Server.
u Select DHCP Server.
u IP Pool Range
In IP Pool Range enter the range of IP addresses which the router should use for automatically assigning IP addresses to the PC's. Enter the first and last addresses.
The first three fields of the first and last IP address always have the first three fields of the router's IP address as their default setting because the subnet mask is always 255.255.255.x. This means that the first three address segments for all network components must be identical.
In the bottom half of the screen you can create a list of PC's to which the DHCP server will always assign the same IP address. This function is useful when you wish to define filter rules for certain PC's or forward ports to certain PC's (refer to "Filtering Internet access" on page 81 or "Port Forwarding" on page 84). The relevant PC must always have the same IP address. You can create the list of PC's in two ways: u From the list of logged-in PC's. You should use this option when the appropriate PC's are logged on. To do this, select the List of logged on PC's option in the Define New Entry window. From the list, select the PC's you wish to add to the list, then click on Add to list. u By entering their MAC address You should use this option when the PC's you wish to add to the list are not currently logged onto the router. Note: You can find out the MAC addresses of the wireless network adapters of the PC's with the command ipconfig /all on the relevant PC's. In the Define New Entry window, select MAC Address. Now enter the MAC addresses of the PC's you wish to add to the list. To improve clarity, type in a name for the PC, then click on Add to list. u To remove an entry from the list, click on Delete in the right hand column of the list entry.
u Click on APPLY to apply the settings.
Once you have configured your router with the Basic Setup, you have already configured the WAN connection (Internet access) of your router. Use the WAN configuration option in Advanced Setup to check and change these settings. You can also change the operating mode of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable. The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable is supplied as Router but you can also use it as a Bridge.
In Bridge mode, the WAN connection is configured as a connection with other LAN's and cannot be used for Internet access.
You will find an example of Port Forwarding in "Practical Tips and Configuration Examples" on the CD supplied.
Configuration with Advanced Setup Activating dynamic DNS
A service which you wish to provide on the Internet can be accessed by a Domain name. Your router's Public IP address is assigned to this Domain name. If your Internet Service Provider assigns the IP address for your local network's WAN connection dynamically, then 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 regularly updated. This is handled by the dynamic DNS Service (DynDNS). You can use the DynDNS service to assign your Gigaset Router 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 offering free DynDNS Service. The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable uses the DynDNS Service from DynDNS.org (http://www.DynDNS.org). If you use the service of this DynDNS provider, then your service can be reached on the Internet as a subdomain of one of the DynDNS.org domains. If you have activated the router's DynDNS function, it will monitor its public IP address. When this changes, it will open a connection to DynDNS.org and update its IP address there.
You have to open an account with DynDNS.org before you can use the router's DynDNS function. Follow the instructions on the DynDNS.org website. Then enter the account user data when configuring the router.
u To use the router's DynDNS function, select Dynamic DNS in the Virtual server
u Enter the User name, Password and Domain name. You will have received these
from DynDNS.org when you registered. A typical domain name might be: my_domain.dyndns.org u Click on APPLY to apply the settings.
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Administration of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable
The Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable user interface includes several helpful functions for administering your router. You can u open and close an Internet connection manually (see below), u set the router's time and time zone (see page 87), u set or change a configuration password (see page 89), u assign a PC for Remote Management (see page 90), u restart the router (see page 90), u update the router firmware (see page 91), u save, and if necessary restore, the router's configuration settings (see page 93), u view information about the router configuration and status (see page 94).
Manually open or close an Internet connection
You can open or close an Internet connection manually. If for example you deactivated Auto Connect when you configured your Internet access, Internet applications (such as your browser or email application) will not automatically open a connection when they are launched. In this case, you will have to open the connection manually when it is required and also close it again when you are finished with it. Opening and closing an Internet connection manually: u Open the router's start screen as described on page 45. If you have already started the configuration environment, click on Home on the navigation bar. If you have not yet started the configuration environment, start it now and log on. u Click on Connect to open a connection to the Internet. Click on Disconnect to close an Internet connection.
Setting the time and time zone
To set the time or the time zone on your router, proceed as follows: u In the Administration menu, select Time.
Set the time
You can set the time on your router in one of two ways: u Manually To do this, select the manual option in the Set Time By window. You will now see boxes in which you can enter the year, month, day, hours and minutes. u Automatically To do this, select the Time Server option in the Set Time By window. u Enter the name or IP address of a Time Server in the Time Server window. Possible time servers include: u ptbtime1.ptb.de u ntp.curie.fr u tempo.cstv.to.cnr.it u ntp0.nl.net u chronos.csr.net
u Click on Refresh to obtain the current time from the Time Server. u Click on APPLY to apply the settings.
Administration of the Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable Setting the Time Zone
Information about the time zone is important for various time-dependent operations on the Internet. For example, the data packets sent in a particular country have to be sorted in the correct chronological order in the receiver's country. Access control to particular services can also be defined using time-based rules. If you have configured your router with Basic Setup, then the time zone was automatically defined according to your setting for the Country. You can change the setting here. u Select your time zone from the selection list. u If your time zone has summer and winter time, select Daylight Saving and use the pick lists to specify the start and end of summer time (daylight saving). u Click on APPLY to apply the settings.
Transmission rate Operating Environment Temperature Humidity LED Displays (green)
Compliance with safety conditions and regulations
Your Gigaset is intended for operation in your country, as depicted on the underside of the base station. The CE mark attests to the phone's compliance with the essential requirements of the R&TTE directive. Extract from the original declaration
"We, Siemens AG, declare, that the above mentioned product is manufactured according to our Full Quality Assurance System certified by CETECOM ICT Services GmbH with ANNEX V of the R&TTEDirective 99/5/EC. The presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council Directive 99/5/EC is ensured."
The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) has been signed. You can obtain a copy of the original DoC by calling the company's hotline if you require.
Addition for Switzerland If you need the Declaration of Conformity for Switzerland, please call Customer Care.
Open Source Software and GNU General Public License
The software deployed with Gigaset SE505 contains open source software. You are allowed to copy, distribute and/or modify such software under the terms and conditions of the GNU General Public License (GPL). Please see the complete GPL text below. Names of licensors are published in the source code of the open source software. You are allowed to download the software from the following server free of charge: http://now-portal.c-lab.de/ Please search for Gigaset there. Use of the open source software is without any liability of or any warranty from the licensor. Siemens will not provide any technical support for the open source software. GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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Guarantee certificate (Ireland)
Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer's Guarantee under the conditions set out below: u In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the said device. In respect of parts subject to wear and tear (including but not limited to, batteries, keypads, casing), this warranty shall be valid for six months from the date of purchase. u This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect is attributable to improper care or use and/or failure to comply with information contained in the user manuals. In particular claims under the Guarantee cannot be made if: he device is opened (this is classed as third party intervention) Repairs or other work done by persons not authorised by Siemens. Components on the printed circuit board are manipulated The software is manipulated Defects or damage caused by dropping, breaking, lightning or ingress of moisture. This also applies if defects or damage was caused by mechanical, chemical, radio interference or thermal factors (e.g.: microwave, sauna etc.) Devices fitted with accessories not authorised by Siemens u This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to services performed by the authorised dealer or the customer themselves (e.g. installation, configuration, software downloads). User manuals and any software supplied on a separate data medium shall be excluded from the Guarantee. u The purchase receipt, together with the date of purchase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims under the Guarantee must be submitted within two months of the Guarantee default becoming evident. u Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to Siemens shall vest in Siemens. u This Guarantee shall apply to new devices purchased in the European Union. For Products sold in the Republic of Ireland the Guarantee is issued by Siemens Ireland Limited, Ballymoss Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 - The Republic of Ireland. u Any other claims resulting out of or in connection with the device shall be excluded from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee shall attempt to limit or exclude a Customers Statutory Rights, nor the manufacturer's liability for death or personal injury resulting from its negligence. u The duration of the Guarantee shall not be extended by services rendered under the terms of the Guarantee. u Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Siemens reserves the right to charge the customer for replacement or repair. u The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer. u To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the Siemens helpdesk on 277. This number is also to be found in the accompanying user guide.
Gigaset SE505 dsl/cable / eng / A31008-E505-B100-2-7619 / 505_RouterSIX.fm / 15.06.2004
10 Mbps. 16 10/100 Mbps Switch Port. Mbps. bit key. 63, bit key. 63, 71 802.1x. 70 setting. 68 Checking network settings (Windows XP). 30 Client. 124 for Microsoft Networks. 19 Command exit. 43 ipconfig / release. 43 ipconfig / renew. 43 ping. 44, 81 Command prompt opening the. 44 Configuration backing up. 65 Configuration data backing up. 93 restore. 93 Configuration file. 93 Connection checking to router. 44 statistics. 44 Connection method. 29 Connection type selecting. 52 ConnectionPoint. 13, 15 Country selection. 51 Creating a network installation disk (Windows XP). 30 Customer Care. 110
Access control. 72 Access point. 67, 124 name. 68 Access to the local network allowing. 64 denying. 64 Activating. 17 Address block for IP addresses. 74 Ad-hoc mode. 6, 124 Advanced Setup. 48 Antenna. 13 Assigning IP addresses automatically. 18 Authentication server. 70 Auto Connect. 124
Back panel. 12 Backup. 65, 93 Basic Setup. 48, 51 Bedienoberflche Schaltflchen. 50 Bridge. 78, 124 Broadcast. 60, 68, 124 Browser. 45 Popup window. 45 BSSID. 124 Buttons Advanced Setup. 50 Security Setup. 50
Deactivating the http proxy Windows 2000. 42 Windows 98. 26 Windows XP. 34 Declaration of Conformity DoC. 105 Default Gateway. 99 Define computer name Windows 2000. 37 Windows 98. 20 Windows XP. 30 Define workgroup Windows 2000. 37 Windows 98. 20 Windows XP. 30
Cable modem connecting to the router. connection with dynamic IP address connection with fixed IP address. Channel Number. 55 60
Demilitarised zone see DMZ DHCP. 18, 125 DHCP Server. 76, 125 DHCP Service see DHCP Digital Subscriber Line see DSL DMZ. 7, 83, 125 DNS. 125 DNS Configuration Windows 2000. 41 Windows 98. 25 Windows XP. 33 DNS Server. 99, 125 Domain name. 85, 99, 125 Domain Name Service see DNS DSL. 126 DSL connection with PPPoE. 53 with PPTP. 56 DSL modem configuring connection. 53 connecting to the router. 14 Dynamic DNS see DynDNS Dynamic DNS Service see DynDNS Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol see DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol see DHCP Dynamic IP address. 80, 126 dynamic IP address. 18 DynDNS. 85, 126 DynDNS Service see DynDNS DynDNS.org. 85 Front panel. 10 full duplex. 126
Gateway. 24, 126 Gigaset PC Card 54. 9, 15 Gigaset PCI Card 54. 9 Gigaset Router see Router Gigaset USB Adapter 54. 9 Global IP address see Public IP address Group rekey interval. 70
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