Discontinued Item



Basic 4 port router with multi-zone DMZ

Ports: WAN: 1 x 10/100Mbps RJ45
LAN: 4 x 10/100Mbps RJ45
Multiple WAN Connections Type:
Static IP: for lease line or router-router interconnect
DHCP Client: for most cable modem service
PPPoE: for Dial-up ADSl service
PPTP client: for some European Dial-up ADSL or L2-VPN application
Equipped with a 4-port 10/100M switched Hub for LAN users
DHCP Server / DNS proxy support (can save an extra PC/Server in LAN)
All the networked computers in LAN can retrieve TCP/IP setting (IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DNS, IP...) automatically from this device.
Simultaneously acts as both a DHCP Server on the LAN and a DHCP Client on the WAN as the easiest application.
Connects multiple LAN PCs to the internet with only one dynamic-assigned IP address (NAT mode) or a range of legal IP addresses (NAT/Routing mode)
Web-based Configuring
Configurable through any networked computers web browser using Internet Explorer or Netscape
Allow/Deny remote administration through WAN connection by Web Browser
Firewall capability to protect LAN PCs from outside intruder access/attack
Avoid unwanted packets from the WAN and provides a system event log to record instrusion information. (Date/time, source IP address & port)
LAN user Access Privilege
Administrator can arrange interior LAN users access privileges to the Internet by IP address, TCP/IP port service, URL name keywords and 24-hour time zone.
Virtual Server (Port Forwarding) Function
Internet servers (WWW, FTP, E-mail) in the LAN could be virtually exposed to the WAN for outside Internet user access. This is a useful and secure network deployment for Internet servers.
DMZ (De-militarized Zone) Host
Administrator can completely expose a host PC in the LAN to the Internet without any firewall protection mechanism. This option allows a full two-way communication between the local host PC an remote Internet node. (eg. bi-directional games, video/audio conferences)
Multi DMZ Host Support
In static IP configurations with a range of legal IP address, administrators can completely expose host PCs in the LAN to the Internet accordingy to the LAN/WAN IP address mapping.