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Mostly you can use the HyperTerminal which the windows has built-in or other such kind of software. Basically, you can find the HyperTerminal program at " Start" => "Programs" => "Accessories" => "Communications" and do the settings as below. Connect using (COM Port): COM1 (It depends on which port you connect on PC.)

Bit per second (Baud rate): 9600
Data bits: 8 bit
Stop bits: 1 bit
Flow control: none
A: To build up an easy-to-configuration environment, we provide a feature, Auto Scan PVC. With this feature, user just clicks this button. The router will search the active PVCs and list them. User can select the right one from the list and then continually configure the other parameters such as username and password.

There are few things needed to check,

  1. Make sure the connector and cables are well plugged
  2. Check the ADSL LED of CPE, it should be blinking (meaning it does try to establish a connection.)
  3. Check the ADSL line code setting. The default is AUTO, it will detect the ADSL line code, G.dmt, G.lite, and T1.413 automatically. But in some area, it can not detect the ADSL line code well. At this time, please adjust the ADSL line code to G.dmt or G.dmt_auto first. If it still fails, please try the other values such as Alcatel...
  4. If you have done above methods, please contact our support department for help.
A: Basically, "Remote Access" has a timer to disable access automatically for security consideration. If you want to use permanent remote access, please set up virtual servers (tcp/80 for web, tcp/23 for telnet) to (device's IP address). It will be permanent.

It is Type of Service and implemented as IPv4 TOS priority control. It is a fully decoded to determine the priority from the 6 bit TOS field in the IP header. The most significant 6 bits of the TOS field are fully decoded into 64 possibilities, and the singular code that results is compared against the corresponding bit in the IPv4 TOS priority control bit(0~63). If the bit is set, the priority is high; otherwise, the priority is low.

Three bits: IP priority (0 to 7)
One bit: No delay
One bit: high throughput
One bit: high reliability
Two bits: reserved

Yes, the ADSL routers support multiple WAN and LAN interfaces. Originally, the web GUI is designed for normal end-users. Some of functions need to configure via CLI command set.

- Multiple WAN interface: you can create via web GUI or CLI
- Multiple LAN interface: only can create via CLI
- Multiple NAT: only created via CLI

In such environment, router supports multiple VPN tunnels pass through.

- PC1 (VPN-IPsec) <--> router <--> Internet <--> VPN servers
- PC can create multiple tunnels with different servers.
But if two PCs in LAN environment, the second PC cannot initial to establish a tunnel if PC1 has established a tunnel already. Because the returned packet from VPN server can not be forwarded correctly to the initial PC, returned packet from WAN site carries the same port and same destination IP address.
A: You can click "Configuration/Advanced/Device Management/SNMP Access Control, Trap Community" to set IP Address of your local PC to receive the Trap message.