WAN (Wide area network) on the router netis

Настройка роутера Netis

WAN configuration page (Wide Area Network) connection to the ISP router on netis.

 

Before you start configuring the router, it is advisable to find out the necessary information. We need to know what kind of connection with the Internet technology used by your Internet Service Provider, you must have the necessary parameters that need to be set in the router’s settings (depending on the connection technology).

Select the tab «Network» – sub-tab «WAN» on the left side.

Dynamic IP-address (DHCP) – the type of connection that allows computers to automatically receive IP-address and other parameters required to operate in a TCP / IP network. Network settings (IP-address, subnet mask, default gateway) change when you restart the router migration.

Dynamic IP-address on the router netis WF2419

Dynamic IP-address on the router netis WF2419

Dynamic IP-address on the router netis WF2501

Dynamic IP-address on the router netis WF2501

Click Save, to save the changes in the settings.

 

Static IP – type of connection to the ISP provides the network settings (IP-address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS, DNS can be used, and not the provider) to connect, they are fixed and do not change. If you do not know them, you can call your provider to clarify or watch on your computer or router that is working.

Static IP on the router netis WF2419

Static IP on the router netis WF2419

Static IP on the router netis WF2501

Static IP on the router netis WF2501

  • WAN IP Address: * * * * Enter the “IP-address” provided to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 172.16.65.103).
  • Subnet Mask: * * * * Enter the “Subnet Mask” provided by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 255.255.255.0).
  • Default Gateway: * * * * Enter the “Default Gateway”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 172.16.65.1).
  • MAC-address – default MAC-address of the router. Click Clone MAC, after which it will appear in the MAC-address. Click MAC by default. – To restore the factory default MAC-addresses.
  • MTU size (in bytes) – usually the MTU (maximum packet size) for most Ethernet networks is 1500 bytes. This procedure is rarely necessary, and it should be taken only in the event that such a change is necessary to set up a connection via your ISP.
  • Primary DNS: * * * * Enter the “primary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any DNS-server, an example of the DNS-server of Google 8.8.8.8).
  • Secondary DNS: * * * * Enter the “secondary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any DNS-server, an example of the DNS-server of Google 8.8.4.4).

Click Save, to save the changes in the settings.
PPP0E/PPP0E Russia (Point-to-point protocol over Ethernet) – a tunnel connection, transfer PPP frames via Ethernet, is used to establish a direct connection between two nodes on the network, with it can provide connection authentication, encryption.

Russia PPPoE on the router netis WF2419

Russia PPPoE on the router netis WF2419

Russia PPPoE on the router netis WF2501

Russia PPPoE on the router netis WF2501

  • PPPoE Username – Provided by your ISP.
  • PPPoE Password – Provided by your ISP.
  • MAC-address – Default MAC-address of the router. Click Clone MAC, after which it will appear in the MAC-address. Click MAC by default. – To restore the factory default MAC-addresses.
  • MTU size (in bytes) – The default MTU size (maximum packet size) is 1480 bytes. Typically, this value is sufficient. Do not change it until you are not sure that this is required by your ISP.
  • Name Server – Provided by your ISP.
  • Name PPPoE AC – Provided by your ISP.
  • Primary DNS: * * * * Enter the “primary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any DNS-server, an example of the DNS-server of Google 8.8.8.8).
  • Secondary DNS: * * * * Enter the “secondary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any the DNS server, server primerDNS google 8.8.4.4)
  • Connection Type
    • Dynamic IP – Type of connection allows computers to automatically receive IP-address and other parameters required to operate the network
    • Static IP – Type of connection to the ISP provides the network settings (IP-address, subnet mask, default gateway)

Click Save, to save the changes in the settings.

 

PPTP / PPTP Russia (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) – tunneling protocol such as Point-to-point, which allows a computer to establish a secure connection to the server by creating a special tunnel to the standard, insecure network. PPTP places (encapsulates) PPP frames in IP-packets for transmission over a global IP-based network such as the Internet. PPTP can also be used for the tunnel between the two LANs. PPTP uses the additional TCP-connection for tunnel maintenance.

PPTP/Russia PPTP on a router netis WF2419

PPTP/Russia PPTP on a router netis WF2419

  • Username – Issued by your ISP.
  • Password – Is issued by your ISP.
  • Server name – Given by your Internet service provider
  • Connection Type
    • Dynamic IP – Type of connection allows computers to automatically receive IP-address and other parameters required to operate the network
    • Static IP – Type of connection to the ISP provides the network settings (IP-address, subnet mask, default gateway)
  • IP Address: * * * * Enter the “IP-address” provided to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 192.168.2.2).
  • Subnet Mask: * * * * Enter the “Subnet Mask” provided by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 255.255.255.0).
  • Default Gateway: * * * * Enter the “Default Gateway”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 192.168.2.1).
  • MAC-address – default MAC-address of the router. Click Clone MAC, after which it will appear in the MAC-address. Click MAC by default. – To restore the factory default MAC-addresses.
  • MTU size (in bytes) – The default MTU size (maximum packet size) is 1420 bytes. Typically, this value is sufficient. Do not change it until you are not sure that this is required by your ISP.
  • Primary DNS – Enter the “primary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any DNS-server, an example of the DNS-server of Google 8.8.8.8).
  • Secondary DNS – Enter the “secondary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any the DNS server, server primerDNS google 8.8.4.4).

Click the Save button to save the changes in the settings.

 

L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) – a tunnel connection, which is used to support virtual private networks.

L2TP on the router netis WF2419

L2TP on the router netis WF2419

  • Username – Issued by your ISP.
  • Password – Is issued by your ISP.
  • Server IP Address/Name – given by your Internet service provider
  • Type of connection
    • Dynamic IP – type of connection allows computers to automatically receive IP-address and other parameters required to operate the network
    • Static IP – type of connection to the ISP provides the network settings (IP-address, subnet mask, default gateway)
  • IP Address: * * * * Enter the “IP-address” provided to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 192.168.2.2).
  • Subnet Mask: * * * * Enter the “Subnet Mask” provided by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 255.255.255.0).
  • Default Gateway: * * * * Enter the “Default Gateway”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when connecting an example 192.168.2.1).
  • MAC-address – default MAC-address of the router. Click Clone MAC, after which it will appear in the MAC-address. Click MAC by default. – To restore the factory default MAC-addresses.
  • MTU size (in bytes) – The default MTU size (maximum packet size) is 1460 bytes. Typically, this value is sufficient. Do not change it until you are not sure that this is required by your ISP.
  • Primary DNS – Enter the “primary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any DNS-server, an example of the DNS-server of Google 8.8.8.8).
  • Secondary DNS  – Enter the “secondary the DNS-server”, given to you by your ISP in dotted decimal points. (Issued by the provider when you connect or you can register any the DNS server, server primerDNS google 8.8.4.4).

Click the Save button to save the changes in the settings.

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