CNet CMR-986 user manual download

For Devices:CNet CMR-986
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Pages:172
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Default
Gateway
Input ISP Default Gateway Address. If you don‟t know,
please check with your ISP.
MTU Size
The term
Maximum transmission unit
refers to the size
(in bytes) of the largest PDU that a given layer of a
communications protocol can pass onwards. Users can
improve network efficiency by adjusting the value of MTU.
Most of OS will give users a default value which is fit for
most of users. Users can modify this value also. Please
enter value, max number is 1500 bytes.
DNS
If ISP provides DNS information, please select
Attain DNS
automatically
. Or you should select
Set DNS Manually
,
and then input the DNS address.
3.5G Backup
Check this option to allow failover Internet connection
support with 3.5G. By default the router checks the
connectivity every 3 minutes, if the connection fails then
the router will attempt to establish a 3.5G connection for
backup purpose.
Service
Select service type. (HSDPA/CDMA2000/TD-SCDMA).
Connect Speed
Select Preferred 2G/3G/3.5G connection speed.
SIM PIN / Retype SIM PIN
Enter the PIN code of your SIM card here.
APN
Enter the Access Point Number provided by your ISP,
default setting is
internet
.
Username / Password
Enter the username/password required for establishing the
3.5G connection.
PHONE number
Enter the dialing number, default setting is
*99#
.
Clone MAC
If your ISP asks you to enter a specific MAC Address,
please input the correct info at the column.
Enable IGMP Proxy
The
Internet Group Management Protocol
(
IGMP
) is a
communication protocol used to manage the membership
of Internet Protocol multicast groups. IGMP is used by IP
hosts and adjacent multicast routers to establish multicast
group memberships. You can choose to enable
IGMP
Proxy
to provide service.
Enable Ping Access on WAN
To enable WAN ICMP response.
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