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The Firewall page is where you write rules for the integrated firewall. The rules are applied to traffic passing through the router.

The parameters of monitoring and controlling the router via SNMP reside on the SNMP page.

Both versions of the protocol, v1 and v2c, are supported.

In order to communicate with a dynamic DNS server if your ISP assigns you a dynamic IP address, you need to set up an appropriate account on the DDNS page.

The routing table is written into the Routing page:

Both static routing and RIP routing (v1 and v2) are supported. It’s the changes in this page implemented in the version 1.05b6 firmware that allow accessing the provider’s local network while maintaining a PPTP connection. For each route, there is an entry added where you can specify the network interface.

On the DMZ page you can specify the address of a computer on the subnet that will communicate with the world “bypassing” the router.

The Performance page is in fact called Wireless Performance:

Fine settings for the WLAN transceiver are specified here. This is the final page in the Advanced group.

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