Aug 12

This article teaches you how to create and configure a custom service on D-Link firewall DFL-210,DFL-800,DFL-1600.

Step 1: Open the web browser and type the IP address of the D-Link router into address bar (default is 192.168.1.1). Press Enter.

Step 2: Click on the plus sign next to Objects and then select Sevices.

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Step 3: Click on Add, and then select the type of service (TCP/UDP Service, ICMP Service, IP Protocol Service, Service Group) from the dropdown menu.

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Step 4: Configure the custom service as followed:

Name: enter a name as desired.
Type: select an appropriate type for this service (TCP, UDP, TCP/UDP).
Source: leave as is (By default 0-65535).
Destination: enter a port for this custom service.
Click on OK.

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Step 5: Click the Configuration tab and select Save and Activate from the dropdown menu. Click on OK to save and activate the settings.

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Feb 20

Note: In this FAQ scenario the DFL-200/700/1100 is on 192.168.3.0/24 and the DFL-210/260/800/860/1600 is on 192.168.1.0/24.

Step 1: Open the web browser and type the IP address of the router in the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1) and press Enter.

Step 2: Click on the plus sign next to Objects and select Address Book.

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Step 3: Click Add and select Address Folder from the drop-down menu.

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Step 4: Enter a name as desired (IPSec_tunnels in this example) and click OK.

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Step 5: Click Add and select IP Address from the dropdown menu.

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Step 6: Configure the IP Address as followed:

Name: Name as desired (remote_net in this example)
IP Address: The network identifier of the DFL-200/700/1100 (192.168.3.0/24)

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Click on OK.

Step 7: Configure the IP Address as followed:

Name: Name as desired (remote_wan in this example)
IP Address: The external WAN address of the DFL-200/700/1100

Click on OK.

Step 8: Click on the plus sign next to Authentication Objects and select Pre-Shared Keys.

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Click on OK.

Step 9: Click on the plus sign next to Interfaces and select IPSec Tunnels.

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Step 10: Click Add and select IPSec Tunnel from the dropdown menu.

Step 11: Configure the IPSec Tunnel as followed:
Name: Name as desired (test in this example)
Local Network: lannet
Remote Network: remote_net (created in step 6)
Remote Endpoint: remote_wan (created in step 7)
Encapsulation Mode: Tunnel
IKE Algorithms: High
IKE Life Time: 28800 seconds
IPSec Algorithms: High
IPSec Life Time: 3600 seconds

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Step 12: Click on the Authentication tab, select Pre-Shared Key and select the configured key (IPSec_PSK from step 8) from the drop-down menu.

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Step 13: Click on the IKE Settings tab and configure as followed:
IKE: Main
IKE DH Group: 2
PFS: PFS
PFS DH Group: 2
NAT Traversal: On if supported and NATed

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Step 14: Click on the Keep-Alive Tab
• Keep-alive—Auto

Click on OK.

Step 15: Click on the plus sign next to Rules and then select IP Rules.

Step 16: Click on Add and then select IP Rule Folder from the dropdown menu.

Step 17: Enter a name as desired (IPSec_rules in this example) and then click on OK.

Step 18: Click on Add and select IP Rule from the dropdown menu.

Step 19: Create the IP Rule as followed:
Name: Name as desired (fromIPSec in this example)
Action: Allow
Service: all_services
Schedule: None
Source interface: test (from step 11)
Source network: remote_net (from step 6)
Destination interface: lan
Destination network: lannet

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Jan 28

The D-Link DAP-2555 AirPremier® N Dual Band, PoE Access Point powered by CloudCommand™ is the foundation of the next generation of Wi-Fi networks for business. It leverages a pioneering cloud architecture that makes deploying, configuring, securing and managing Access Points an easy task that can be completed from anywhere. This access point is designed for small and medium businesses to bridge the gap between easy-to-use consumergrade hardware that scales poorly and prohibitively expensive and complex enterprise-grade solutions that are impossibly difficult to manage.

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Easy Setup

AirPremier® N Dual Band, PoE Access Points are simple to set up (individually or in groups) using a web browser and Internet connection. There is no need to install software from a CD or to log into firmware pages. Unlike traditional models, once these access points connect to your local area network they automatically retrieve their configuration settings from the Internet and are ready for use in minutes. The only task remaining is their physical installation.

Administer Anywhere

The D-Link DAP-2555 gives users the power to administer the entire Wi-Fi network from anywhere, even if the APs are distributed across multiple locations. Save time and resources by making changes to all the APs simultaneously. Or, you can adjust their settings individually. Access is as simple as opening a web browser and logging into your online account at dlink.cloudcommand.com. Make security changes, add and remove individual network users, view graphical reports and much more – all from your office or while on the road. You can receive alerts via email or by text message.

Secure Access

In addition to the traditional WPA2 encryption standard for secure access, the DAP-2555 offers Individual Device Authentication (IDA) technology. This technology automatically identifies and secures each connected device on an individual basis. The security setup is as simple as sending a text message. IDA allows for easier management of network access privileges and gives administrators the ability to quickly add and remove users without having to constantly change security keys (a common challenge that wireless solutions have today). Administrators can also choose to send individual network keys to users by email or text message.

Quick Install Guides Download

http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=DAP-2555

Works with

•(DFL-210)

Designed specifically for the Small Office/Home Office, the DFL-210 Network Security Firewall has numerous flexible features to help you manage, monitor and maintain a healthy and secure network.
•(DWA-160)
If you want to stream HD video throughout your house, then this is the adapter for you. When used with a Dual Band Router, it operates on two bands so you can avoid interference and stream away.
 
•(DWA-556)

This Xtreme N® Desktop Adapter delivers unrivaled Wi-Fi performance for your PCI Express-enabled desktop computer.
•(DES-1228P)
•(DGS-1224TP)

DAP-2555 AirPremier N Dual Band, PoE Access Point carries an MSRP of $399 and is available through VARs. It includes a one-year CloudCommand subscription.

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Aug 12

Tell you how to setup D-Link DFL-210/800/1600 Firewall PPPoE Wan Connection.

Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the firewall into the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1). Press Enter.

Step 2: Click on the plus sign (+) next to Interfaces and select PPPoE

Step 3: Click the Add button and Select PPPoE Tunnel.

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Step 4: Create the PPPoE Tunnel as Followed:

  • Name: Connection Name
  • Physical Interface: Wan
  • Remote Network: all-nets
  • Schedule: None
  • Username: PPPoE Username
  • Password: PPPoE Password
  • Confirm Password: PPPoE Password
  • Step 5: Click OK.

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    Step 6: Click on the plus sign next to Rules select IP Rules and Select lan_to_wan

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    Step 7: Right click the drop_smb-all and select Edit.

    Step 8: Change the Destination Interface to your Created PPPoE Interface and Click OK.

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  • Step 9: Perform the same steps for the following rules:
  • Allow_ping-Outbound
  • Allow_ftp-passthrough
  • Allow_standardStep 10: Click on the Configuration tab and select Save and Activate from the dropdown menu. Click on OK to save and activate your changes.dlink-dfl210e
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    Jan 28

    D-Link DFL-210 netdefend network security firewall overview:

    Device Ports:

    • WAN: 1 10/100BASE-TX Port
    • LAN: 4 10/100BASE-TX Ports
    • DMZ/WAN2: 1 10/100BASE-TX Port
    • Console Port: Serial COM Port

    Firewall Mode:

    • Layer 3 Mode: Route Mode, NAT Mode
    • Layer 2 Mode: Transparent Mode
    • Network Address Translation (NAT)
    • Port Address Translation (PAT)
    • Policy-Based NAT
    • Port Forwarding
    • Static Address Translation (SAT)
    • Time Scheduled Policies

    VPN Security:

    • VPN Tunnels: 100* (IPSec, PPTP, L2TP)
    • IPSec LAN-to-LAN / Roaming User
    • PPTP/L2TP Server/Client
    • IPSec/PPTP/L2TP Pass-through
    • IPSec NAT-Traversal
    • DHCP over IPSec
    • Encryption Transform: DES, 3DES, AES, Twofish, Blowfish, CAST-128
    • XAUTH (Extended Authentication) for IPSec Authentication

    Features

    Advanced Firewall Security with VPN Server/Client
    Manage up to 100 VPN Tunnels1
    Intelligent Bandwidth Management

    Configurable User Interface

    The DFL-210 features an intuitive user interface that can easily be configured via D-Link’s Web-based interface and monitored using the Command Line Interface (CLI). These configuration options can be managed through Admin, Read/Write, or Read-only administrator rights. With these access management levels, any authorized user can easily configure or access the administrative functions of the DFL-210.

    With businesses becoming increasingly network-dependent, the need to invest in a reliable security solution is crucial. The D-Link DFL-210 Network Security Firewall offers high return on investment through robust security features, flexible configuration, and maximum network protection for SOHO networks.

    DFL-210 Firmware Download:

     

    Now the DFL-210 Firmware version is v2.26.00
    Date:2009/10/02
    Download site: http://tsd.dlink.com.tw

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