Mar 07

You can enable or disable some services provided by your modem for LAN and WAN connections. If no WAN connection is defined, only the LAN side can be configured.

Click the Admin button to change the modems account passwords.

Click the Services button to configure what services are allowed to pass through the modem.

Click the IP Address button to define who is permitted access to local management features.

Access Control—Admin

There are three usernames and passwords (admin, support, and user) that can be used to control your modem. The passwords for these usernames can be changed on the Admin screen. Select the Username, enter the Old Password, enter a New Password, and then confirm the new password. When you are ready, click Apply at the bottom of the page.

Access Control—Services

From this page you can enable/disable certain services from passing through your modem. Services that can be enabled/disabled on the LAN/WAN are FTP, HTTP, ICMP, SNMP, Telnet, and TFTP.

FTP: (File Transfer Protocol) Used for file transfer.

HTTP: (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) A communications protocol that enables Web browsing.

ICMP: (Internet Control Message Protocol) supports packets containing error, control, and informational messages.

SNMP: (Simple Network Management Protocol) A protocol used for network management and monitoring network devices.

Telnet: A standard Internet protocol for accessing remote systems.

TFTP: (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) A very simple form of the File Transfer Protocol (FTP).

Access Control—IP Address

Web access to the modem can be limited when Access Control Mode is enabled.

Add the IP address to the IP address list by clicking on the Add button, then select Enabled to enable Access Control Mode.

Enter the IP address of the management station permitted to access the local configuration and click Apply. This will return you to the previous screen where you can enable access control.

If Access Control Mode is disabled, any workstation connected locally to your modem can access the web interface provided the correct username and password is supplied at log on.

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Mar 07

D-Link DSL- 34 2320B ADSL2+ Ethernet/USB Modem MAC filtering can forward or block traffic by MAC address. You can change the policy or add settings to the MAC filtering table using the MAC Filtering Setup screen.

If you click Change Policy, a confirmation dialog allows you to verify your change. Select Yes to continue, or No to to cancel.

If you want to add an entry to the MAC filtering table, Select Add from the MAC Filtering Setup screen. The Add MAC Filter screen should then appear. Select a Protocol Type, enter the Destination and Source MAC address, the necessary Frame Direction, and WAN interface (bridge mode only). Click Apply to save.

After you save the settings, a screen showing the settings will appear. On this screen you will be able to view and delete MAC filtering rules.

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Mar 07

This section of the setup is an advanced version of the quick setup. If you want to make specific configurations to your modem such as creating a SNMP, etc., consider going through this advanced setup for a more comprehensive configuration.

The ADSL settings page contains modulation and capability settings. Consult your ISP to determine the correct settings. Click Apply if you are finished or click on Advanced Settings if you want to configure other advanced settings.

D-Link DSL- 31 2320B ADSL2+ Ethernet/USB Modem User ADSL Settings

The test mode can be selected from the ADSL Advanced Settings page. Test modes include normal, reverb, medley, no retrain, and L3. After you make your selection, click on Apply to save these settings first before you go to Tone Selection.

ADSL Tone Settings

The frequency band of ADSL is split into 256 separate tones, each spaced 4.3125 kHz apart. Each tone carries separate data, so the modem operates as if 256 separate modems were running in parallel. The tone range is from 0 to 31 for upstream and from 32 to 255 for downstream. Do not change these settings unless directed by your ISP.

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Jan 26

This article teaches you how to use D-Link DSL-2320B setting to service provider.

Step 1: Plug the power adapter into the D-Link DSL-2320B and turn on the power by pressing the button on the back of the unit. When the modem has fully boot up, you should only see the power and DSL LEDS lit solid indicating no activity.

Step 2: Plug one end of the USB cable into the modem and the other end into one of your PC’s USB ports. The found new hardware wizard should detect a new network device.

It should then prompt you to install the drivers for the device.

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Step 3: At this time insert the CD that came with the modem. It should automatically install the correct driver without any interaction.

The driver should now be installed and ready for use. Click Finish.

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Step 4: Now open a command prompt and type ipconfig. Verify that the PC has received an IP address of 192.168.1.x. Now type, ping to verify that the PC can talk to the modem. If you get replies you are now ready to log into the modem and configure the connection with your ISP.

Step 5: Log into the modem by typing the default IP address of the modem into the address bar, and hit Enter. This will take you to the login prompt.

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Step 6: Type admin for the username and admin for the password and hit the OK button. This will take you to the Home page of the routers Interface.

Step 7: On the home page, check the box that says DSL-Auto-Connect, and click the Next button.

The modem will search for the appropriate virtual connection that coinsides with your DSL provider’s service. When it is done it will tell you which PVC parameters can be used. Click the OK button.

Step 8: This will bring you to the PPP Username and Password screen. On this page you will input the username and the password used for you internet connection, that is provided to you by your ISP for your DSL connection. Then click Next.

How to connect my D-Link DSL-2320B to my service provider using the USB cable?

Step 9: The setup summary page will display the configuration settings that you have set. Now click on the Save and Reboot button.

How to connect my D-Link DSL-2320B to my service provider using the USB cable?

When you reboot, a screen will display showing your progress.

How to connect my D-Link DSL-2320B to my service provider using the USB cable?

When the progress is finished, a prompt will appear telling you the modem has rebooted and is up and running.

Step10: Now to verify connectivity, open a command prompt and type ipconfig and hit Enter.
You should see a valid bridged WAN IP address that may resemble the one below.

How to connect my D-Link DSL-2320B to my service provider using the USB cable?

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