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  1. FVS318v3Cable/DSL ProSafe VPN Firewall with 8-port switch

  2. Gift Box

  3. Features • 8 simultaneous VPN tunnels. • 8 10/100 LAN ports. • 10 base-T WAN port. • Up to 168 bit 3DES encryption. • With v2.4 firmware • Configuration Assistant • VPN Wizard

  4. V1, V2, V3? • Serial number prefix • V1 – FVS9 • V2 – FVS1 • V3 – FVS8 • There are no external difference between model. • It is not possible to order one particular version. • No upgrade between hardware version is available. • Firmware of FVS318v3 is not compatible to FVS318v1 and v2. • Firmware of FVS318 v1 and v2 is not compatible to FVS318v3.

  5. FVS318v3 • The FVS318v3 uses a much improved, more powerful CPU. • Faster routing and VPN throughput. • VPN authentication using X.509 certificates. • Remote Management using HTTPS. • Firewall rules for inbound and outbound traffic

  6. When will the v3 be available? • The FVS318 will start being shipped in late Dec 2004. However, it may take up to late Feb 2005 for it to reach customer since we still have inventory of the v1/v2. • There are several known issues with the FVS318v3 when it is released initially. A bug fix release will be available before the product reach customer. Make sure customer upgrade to the new firmware.

  7. Connecting the FVS318

  8. LED • Power: The power light should turn solid green. • Test: The test light blinks when the router is first turned on then goes off. • Internet: The internet port light should be lit. If not, make sure the Ethernet cable is securely attached to the firewall Internet port and the modem, and the modem is power on. • LAN: A LAN light should be lit. Green indicates our computer is communicating at 100 Mbps, amber indicates 10 Mbps. If a LAN light not lit, check that the Ethernet cable from the computer to the router is securely attached at both ends, and that the computer is turned on.

  9. GUI

  10. Configuration Assistant • Automatically bring up wizard when user start browser. • Guide user to configure internet connection. • Automatically detect PPPoE, static IP or dynamic IP from ISP. • No longer need to use http://192.168.0.1 to access the administrator interface. • Support and documentation links on GUI menu. • Click Cancel during configuration assistant will bring up the Basic Settings page. (New in v3)

  11. Configuration Assistant - Start

  12. Configuration Assistant - Quit

  13. Configuration Assistant - Testing

  14. Configuration Assistant - Detected

  15. Configuration Assistant – Dynamic IP (DNS)

  16. Configuration Assistant - Update

  17. Configuration Assistant - Success

  18. Configuration Assistant – Done

  19. Configuration Assistant – No connection

  20. Configuration Assistant - PPPoE

  21. Configuration Assistant - PPPoE

  22. Configuration Assistant - PPPoE

  23. Configuration Assistant - PPPoE

  24. FAQ – Configuration Assistant • If user choose to quit Configuration Assistant, the Basic Settings page will come up. • If default home page is blank, configuration assistant won’t come up when start browser. • The configuration assistant will only come up if the router is in factory default state. • If configuration assistant won’t come up, it can be access from: • http://www.routerlogin.com • http://www.routerlogin.net • http://192.168.0.1

  25. VPN – Box to Box Scenario: Box to Box

  26. VPN Wizard – Box to Box 1

  27. VPN Wizard – box to box 2

  28. VPN Wizard – box to box 3

  29. VPN Wizard – box to box 4

  30. VPN Wizard – box to box 5

  31. VPN Wizard – box to box 6

  32. VPN Wizard – box to box 7

  33. VPN Wizard – box to box 8

  34. VPN – Client to Box Scenario: Client to Box

  35. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 1

  36. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 2

  37. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 3

  38. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 4

  39. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 2B

  40. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 3B

  41. VPN Wizard – Client to Box 4B

  42. Basic Setting - Broadband

  43. Basic Setting – Broadband with Login

  44. Security - Log

  45. Security - Block Site

  46. Security – Block Site

  47. Security – Block Site

  48. Security - Rules

  49. Security – Add rule

  50. Security – Add Services