The DUAL WAN VPN ROUTER integrates Gigabit firewall, site- to-site VPN, and various remote access VPN technologies into a single box. With two models to choose from, DUAL WAN VPN ROUTER provide secure and reliable network service for employees whether they’re at the office or on the road.
Open VPN Server Support
DUAL WAN VPN ROUTER allow OpenVPN clients running on employees’ laptops, smartphones, and tablets to connect to the offices using two-factor authentication.
DUAL WAN VPN ROUTER supports URL filtering and access rules that allow administrators to further regulate the traffic within the business network based on the services (i.e., TCP/UDP ports) and source/destination IP addresses.
802.1q VLAN Tagging
DUAL WAN VPN ROUTER keep resources in different SSIDs/VLANs separated, while allowing specified traffic to traverse between VLANs with inter-VLAN routing.
DUAL WAN VPN ROUTER support transition technologies such as dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 to ensure compatibility as service providers upgrade their systems.
Intuitive Web Administrative Interface
Easy to set up and easy to use, the intuitive admin interface allows small business owners to deploy and manage the routers without professional IT staff onsite.
Dual-WAN Load Balancing and WAN Failover
The Dual-WAN model can aggregate the bandwidths of both WAN connections to achieve a higher Internet bandwidth than a single WAN connection can provide, and WAN Failover allows network operations to continue if one WAN Internet connection fails.
WAN: The WAN port can be connected to a broadband network device such as DSL or cable modem.
WAN/DMZ: Dual WAN VPN Router has a configurable port, which can be configured as a second WAN port or DMZ port based on your network requirement.
1~4 (LAN): The LAN ports can be connected to the devices in the intranet such as computers, printer servers, Ethernet switches, and so on.
RESET BUTTON: The reset button can be used to restart the router or reset the router to factory default configuration. To restart the router, press and hold the button for 10 seconds. When you see the DIAG LED start to blink slowly, release the button and router will restart. If you press and hold the button for more than 20 seconds, the DIAG LED will blink fast, which indicates that the router is ready to be reset to factory defaults. Release the button and the router will restore to factory defaults and restart.
Follow the instructions below to get started with a basic configuration.
→ Check if your computer connects to one of the LAN ports and is configured to obtain an IP address automatically. Then your computer will get an IP address such as 192.168.1.100 from the DHCP server running on the router.
→ To access the Web-based administrative interface, start a web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari.
→ Enter http://192.168.1.1 in the URL address bar. A login screen will appear.
→ Enter the default username and password.
Default username: admin
Default password: admin
→ Then click on “Log In” to enter the administrative interface. It is strongly recommended to change the username and password immediately.
→ Launch Setup Wizard to do a basic network configuration. Click on the Quick Start tab on the header or go to System Status and click on the Setup Wizard button. Allow the blocked content if a warning message appear.
Then you can click on the Configuration tab to further configure the router according to your network requirements.
- SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection)
- DoS (Denial of Service) prevention
- Schedule-based access rules (50)
- Web filtering (URL and keyword blocking)
- Block Java, cookies, ActiveX, http proxy servers
- IGMP proxy
FCC Class B, CE Class B
- IPsec VPN throughput: 110 Mbps
- Maximum NAT throughput: 900 Mbps
- Maximum concurrent connections: 30,000
722.2 grams (28.43 oz)
Rate control allowing limiting upstream and downstream bandwidth per service and IP; Priority scheme allowing services mapped to 3 levels of priority
- Link failover, load balancing
- Protocol & IP binding to a WAN port
- 1-to-1 NAT (10)
- Port forwarding (30)
- Port triggering (30)
- Port address translation (30)
- DMZ host
- 50 IPsec site-to-site tunnels
- Split DNS over site-to-site tunnel
- VPN backup for site-to-site tunne
- DPD (Dead Peer Detection)
- Keep alive
0ºC to 40ºC (32ºF to 104ºF)
System, DIAG, WAN, DMZ. VPN, LAN 1–4
- Router Advertisement
Remote Access VPN:
- Client-to-Site IPsec
- Gateway mode
- Router mode
- DMZ Range
- DMZ Subnet
DHCP Server supporting Multiple Address Pools:
One Pool per VLAN Subnet
- DNS Proxy
- DNS Local Database
- SNMP Trap
- Dynamic IP
- Static IP
- Transparent Bridge
- Configuration backup and restore
- Dual configurations (startup and mirror)
- Firmware upgrade
- Diagnostics (ping and DNS name lookup)
- Factory defaults
Status and Statistics:
- WAN connection status
- VPN tunnel/user status
- Port status and statistics
- 10/100/1000 Mbps
- Auto negotiation
- Half/Full duplex
Web-based Administrative Interface:
- Browser supporting IE
- Setup wizard
- Remote management over HTTPS
0ºC to 70ºC (32ºF to 158ºF)
One 10/100/1000 RJ45 WAN port, One 10/100/1000 RJ45 WAN/DMZ port, Four 10/100/1000 RJ45 LAN ports, OpenVPN for mobile platforms (iOS, Android)
0ºC to 70ºC (32ºF to 158ºF)
5% to 90% non-condensing
5 tagged VLANs (supporting inter-VLAN routing, inter-VLAN access rules)
VLAN trunking allowing connection to access points (with multiple SSIDs) and additional smart or managed switches
System, DIAG, WAN, DMZ. VPN, LAN 1-4