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will provide the hostname information.
MTU Size
MTU stands for Maximum Transmission Unit. For Static IP
connection, the default MTU should be provided by computer
operating systems (OS). Advanced users can set the MTU
manually for increasing the internet performance. The largest
number is 1492 byte
DNS
If ISP provides you DNS information, please select
Attain DNS
automatically,
otherwise select
Set DNS Manually
and input
the DNS information into the blank.
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 Address
Copy the MAC address from the device you had registered to
your ISP if your ISP asks for the specific MAC Address.
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
Select
Enable Ping Access on WAN
, will make WAN IP
address response to any ping request from Internet users. It is
a common way for hacker to ping public WAN IP address, to
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