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  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 1
    Linksys E-Series Routers User Guide
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 2
    Linksys E-Series E1200 E1500 E2500 E3200 E4200
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 3
    ... a VPN How to optimize your router for gaming and voice How to remotely change your router settings How to enable Voice over IP on your network How to configure UPnP How to ... PIN 37 37 38 38 How to set up guest access to your network 19 How to change your router's name and password 20 i
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    ... gaming 53 Maintaining and Monitoring How to back up and restore your router configuration 54 How to restore factory defaults 54 How to upgrade the router's firmware 55 How to check the status of your router 56 How to disable the Ethernet port ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 5
    Linksys E-Series E2500 Contents E2500 Contents Product overview E2500 3 Package contents Features Back view Bottom view 3 3 4 4 Setting Up... light 37 How to set up guest access to your network 19 How to change your router's name and password 20 iii
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 6
    ...to improve security using the built-in firewall 37 38 38 38 40 E2500 Contents How to control access to your wireless network 39 Port Forwarding and Port Triggering How to set ...use logs 57 58 59 Browser-based Utility Menu Structure E2500 62 Specifications Linksys E2500 67 iv
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 7
    ...21 How to manually set up your Internet connection 22 How to get the most out of your dual-band router 22 How to set up the DHCP server on your router 24 How to set up ... Setup activity light 37 How to set up guest access to your network 19 How to change your router's name and password 20 v
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 8
    ... Xbox for online gaming 53 Maintaining and Monitoring How to back up and restore your router configuration 54 How to restore factory defaults 54 How to upgrade the router's firmware 55 How to check the status of your router 56 vi
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 9
    ... How to manually set up your Internet connection 22 How to get the most out of your dual-band router 22 How to set up the DHCP server on your router 24 How to set up ... Setup activity light 37 How to set up guest access to your network 19 How to change your router's name and password 20 vii
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 10
    ... 38 38 38 40 E4200 Contents How to upgrade the router's firmware 55 How to check the status of your router 56 How to disable the Ethernet port status lights How ...Monitoring How to back up and restore your router configuration 54 How to restore factory defaults 54 viii
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 11
    ...) cable AC power adapter Setup CD containing router setup software and documentation Easy to manage Cisco Connect software helps you ... network Create a separate, secure, password-protected network for guests. Parental controls Limit access time and websites with parental ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 12
    ... Setup connection. Flashes slowly during bootup, during firmware upgrades, and during a Wi‑Fi Protected Setup connection. Flashes ... (until the port lights flash at the same time) to reset the router to its factory defaults. You can also restore the defaults using the browser-based utility. For more...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 13
    ..., Internet-ready TVs, game consoles, smartphones and other Wi-Fi devices at blazingly fast transfer rates for an unrivaled experience. E2500 The power of dual band Double your network bandwidth with simultaneous dual-band N (2.4 and 5 GHz...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 14
    ... Setup connection. Flashes slowly during bootup, during firmware upgrades, and during a Wi‑Fi Protected Setup connection. Flashes ... (until the port lights flash at the same time) to reset the router to its factory defaults. You can also restore the defaults using the browser-based utility. For more...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 15
    ... AC power adapter Setup CD containing router setup software and documentation Home theater ready ... with leading 802.11n wireless technology, your router offers maximum speed and range to ... time and websites with parental controls. Separate guest network Create a separate, secure, password-protected ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 16
    ... Setup connection. Flashes slowly during bootup, during firmware upgrades, and during a Wi‑Fi Protected Setup connection. Flashes ... (until the port lights flash at the same time) to reset the router to its factory defaults. You can also restore the defaults using the browser-based utility. For more...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 17
    ..., your router package includes: Built-in USB port and UPnP media server ... adapter Setup CD containing router setup software and documentation Home theater... 802.11n wireless technology, your router offers maximum speed and range... to install Cisco Connect software helps you easily set up your router...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 18
    ... (until the port lights flash at the same time) to reset the router to its factory defaults. You can also restore the defaults using the browser-based utility. For ...Setup connection. Pulses slowly during bootup, during firmware upgrades, and during a Wi‑Fi Protected Setup connection. ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 19
    Linksys E-Series Port activity indicators Product overview Yellow network activity indicator Network or Internet port Green ... to another Gigabit Ethernet port. On the Internet port, turns on while connected to a modem. Yellow network activity indicator-Flashes to indicate network activity over ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 20
    ... A typical home network may include multiple computers, a printer, a modem, and a router. A large home network may also have a switch, ... your ISP (typically supplied by your ISP) •• A router to connect your computers with each other and to the modem •• Internet service to your home, provided ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 21
    ...CD or DVD drive. 2. Click Set up your Linksys Router. If you do not see this:.... 3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your router setup. When setup has finished, Cisco Connect has also ... installed onto your hard drive. After your router has been set up and Cisco Connect has been installed...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 22
    ... the setup CD again, you will be prompted to enter the router's network name (SSID) and password. To install Cisco Connect onto another computer: 1. ...(even non-metallic objects), so the fewer obstructions between the router and the wireless device, the better. Place the router in...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 23
    ... computers to your network. TIP The Easy Setup Key stores network information (name, password, security type, and security key) so you don't have... USB drive and copies the router's settings and a copy of Cisco Connect to it. 5. When the files have finished copying, remove the ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 24
    ...computer connects to your network, return to the computer running Cisco Connect, then click Next. 7. Click Connect to your Linksys router, then follow the on-screen instructions. 8. When you are prompted to enter a name for the newly connected ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 25
    ... instructions to share the printer with your network. When you set up a wireless printer, however, it needs to communicate with your router. Before you try to set up your wireless printer, make sure that: Setting Up: Basics 6. Return to ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 26
    ...To access parental controls for the first time: 1. Run Cisco Connect, then click Change under Parental controls. The Parental controls password screen opens. "How to optimize your router for gaming and voice" on page 27 "How to set up port ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 27
    Linksys E-Series 2. Enter a password (from 4 to 32 characters), then enter a secret question and answer. •• The password must contain from 4 to 32 valid characters, ... the password, click I forgot my password and enter the answer to your secret question. The Parental controls main...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 28
    Linksys E-Series How to select the computers to have parental controls It's not necessary to set parental controls over each ... on box, then click - (remove). a. On a blank line, enter a website address that you want to block. b. Click Save to save the list and return to the Parental controls ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 29
    ..., click no to disable guest access. 3. Take note of the Guest account's network name and password. You will need to provide this information to ...password when the guest no longer needs access to the account. You can view the Guest account's name and password in Cisco Connect's main screen. 19
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 30
    ...name and password of your router, but if you do so, all wireless... reconnect them using the new router name and password. CAUTION If you...s name and password: 1. Run Cisco Connect, then click Change under Router... Personalize, click Change. A Changing router name and password warning appears 3. Click...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 31
    ... connected to your network, then go to 192.168.1.1. The router prompts you for a user name and password. 2. Enter the user name and password, .... TIP If you set up your router without using Cisco Connect, your router's default password is admin. (You can leave the user name blank.) How to manually...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 32
    ... on page 21). 2. Click the Setup tab, then click the Basic Setup page. How to get the most out of your dualband router For E2500, E3200, E4200 I bought a dual band router, but I'm not sure that I'm getting the most out of it. ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 33
    ...your own, interference-free channel for your wireless network. By default, your dual-band router uses the same network name on both the 2.4 GHz ...5 GHz band. If you are connecting to your router with a computer that has a dual-band wireless network adapter, you might not...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 34
    ... - We recommend that you keep the default (Auto) settings. In Auto mode, the router and the network clients automatically switch to the 40 MHz mode if: ... to automatically assign an IP address to each computer or device on your network. The DHCP server is enabled by default. If you ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 35
    ... Already Reserved table. You can also manually enter a client name, IP address, and MAC address of a device to ... your network's IP address, the DDNS service providers detect the address change and continue to .... TIP Before you configure DDNS on your router, you must sign up for DDNS service ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 36
    ... your new router, you should first determine the MAC address of your old router, then manually enter it into your new router. NOTE For many ISPs that provide dynamic IP addresses automatically, the stored MAC address in the modem is reset each time you reset the modem. ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 37
    ... provided by their employers. Robust security and authentication schemes ensure a secure connection and access by only authorized users. The default VPN settings in your router have been configured to pass through (allow) the most ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 38
    ... applications by prioritizing wireless traffic. This feature requires that the wireless client devices in your network also support WMM. 4. To have the router re-send data if an error occurs, select Disabled under No Acknowledgement. Otherwise, select ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 39
    ... router's Internet IP address. For example: https://BronzeEagle953.linksysnet.com:8080 You are prompted for a user name and the password. Use the same login information that you use to access your router at home. After you have logged into ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 40
    ... Management page. 3. To use UPnP, select Enabled (default) next to UPnP. Otherwise, select Disabled. 4. To allow changing router settings while using UPnP, select Enabled (default) next to Allow Users to Configure. Otherwise, select Disabled. 5. ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 41
    ... 2. Open the setup page for the local network (LAN). 3. In the Router IP address field, enter an unused IP ... new router. For example, if your new router has an IP address of 192.168.1.1, you should ...an access point instead of a router, you don't want it to distribute IP addresses. There should be ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 42
    ...This topic covers cases one and two above 1. Determine the IP address range for your upstream ...by running Cisco Connect. If you are unable to set up the additional router using the instructions below,... page 34. To add a router to your existing wireless network: 1. Insert the Cisco Connect setup CD ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 43
    ... upstream network's address may be different. The default address of your new Linksys router is 192.168.1.1. In setting up one router behind another, you...of your upstream router. In the above example, because the default local network on your Linksys router 192.168.1.0 is on ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 44
    ... The DMZ device is not protected by the built-in firewalls, Internet filters, or router web filters, and is open to attacks from hackers. A much better way ... connected to the access point are on the same IP subnet as all other devices connected to the router. File, printer, and media sharing is much ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 45
    ... address reservation, you can replace Step 6 with the following steps: a. Click Enabled. b. In the Source IP Address section, select Any IP Address (default) to allow access to your DMZ device from the entire Internet, or select the source range button and enter a range...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 46
    ... and assigns a highly secure password for your wireless network and the administrator's account. To confirm that... manual setup If you configured your router manually (not recommended), you must manually...section, enter a secure password for your router, then re-enter the password to confirm it. Your ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 47
    ... button on your router. To connect a device using the Wi-Fi Protected Setup button: Wireless > ...-Fi Protected Setup button on the back of the router. How to set up wireless security using Wi‑Fi ... Setup™ is a feature of your router that makes it easy to add devices to your wireless network. If you...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 48
    ... PIN listed on the router's Wi-Fi Protected Setup screen. It is also listed on the bottom of the router. In the example below, the router's PIN is 32744781. 5. Follow the device's instructions to complete setup. How to connect a device manually ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 49
    ... you used Cisco Connect to configure your router, your wireless network is already secure. By default, Cisco Connect enables industry-standard ... security using WPA2/WPA mixed mode. Cisco Connect configures your network with a complex, 10-character password that is almost impossible to compromise. If ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 50
    ...I need to change my security settings? By default, the firewall settings in your router have been optimized for most home ...is enabled by default. In addition, anonymous Internet requests and IDENT requests are filtered by default. All web filters are disabled, because enabling them may cause problems...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 51
    ... would I need to configure storage? By default, when you connect a storage device to your router, the entire contents of the device are available for read and write access to anyone on .... To control access to the USB drive attached to your router, you need to perform two tasks: 1. ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 52
    ...to disable Anonymous Disk Access, then create groups and user accounts on your router. Access to the router is controlled by user accounts, but access to shared folders is ... assign rights to a shared folder. 3. Create users and assign those users to the group. 4. Add the group to the...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 53
    Linksys E-Series How to disable anonymous disk access By default, no password is needed for read and write access to the ... group name. 4. Click Save Settings at the bottom of the screen. How to create a group By default, the default Admin group has read and write access to all shared folders. By ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 54
    ... The password for the Admin user is the same password that you use to access the router. By default, the user Admin is a member of the group named Admin, and the user Guest is ...creating user accounts on your router that use the same user names and passwords that are used by your computer's...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 55
    ... router's built-in FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server. After your router is set up, you can access files from anywhere by using either a web browser or FTP software. To set up your router for remote file access, you need to: 1. Configure the FTP server 2. Select folders (or ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 56
    ...page, click Specify Folder. TIP If you used Cisco Connect to set up your router, the FTP Server Name field is already completed with the name of your wireless network. If you set up your router manually, the default name is Cisco followed by the last five digits of the router's ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 57
    ...) client software to connect to your router. You will need to enter your router's IP address. If access to your router requires a user name and password, you will also need to enter those details. For more information on using the FTP ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 58
    ... opens. How to set up your router as a media server For E4200 What is a media server and how would I use it? A media ... server, add and delete folders, and specify how often the folders are scanned for new content. To configure your router as a media server: Storage > Media Server 1. Log into the ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 59
    ...wireless networking. If you are connecting wirelessly, you need to know your network's name and password. See your device's documentation for help. 2. ... "How to set up your router as a media server" on page 48) 3. See your UPnP device's documentation for help...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 60
    Linksys E-Series Port Forwarding and Port Triggering Port Forwarding and Port ...but see your device's documentation for recommendations. 5. In the To IP Address field, enter the last three ... 1. Follow your device's instructions for configuring it with a static IP address or use DHCP reservation...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 61
    ... same port number for the External Port and the Internal Port. 7. In the To IP Address field, enter the last three digits ... Internet traffic to. The rest of the IP address has already been completed for you. Port Forwarding and Port Triggering 8. Select Enabled next to the IP Address field. 9. ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 62
    ...would enter 140. 7. Select Enabled next to the To IP Address field. Port Forwarding and Port Triggering How to... range triggering allows the router to watch outgoing data for specific port numbers. The IP address of the computer that sends the matching data is remembered by the router, so that when...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 63
    ... online gaming, see "How to optimize your router for gaming and voice" on page 27. Refer ...your device. The Xbox uses four ports: 5. In the To IP Address field, enter a 1- to 3-digit number ... game console's documentation to set a static IP address for your device. 3. Click the Applications ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 64
    ... settings. Those settings would be lost if you reset your router to its factory defaults, and you would need to re-enter ... Why would I need to restore to factory defaults? If you are experiencing difficulties with the router and have exhausted all other troubleshooting measures, you may want to reset...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 65
    ... Defaults. Maintaining and Monitoring A confirmation window opens. 4. Click OK. How to upgrade the router's firmware E1200, E1500, E2500, and E3200 Reset Button Why would I need to upgrade my router's firmware? Linksys may periodically ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 66
    ... has been uploaded, a new page opens with an "Upgrade is successful" notice, and the router reboots. How to check the status of your router 5. Compare the latest available firmware version on ... upper-right corner of the Cisco Connect main menu. If your router is online and secure, you ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 67
    ... screen. Maintaining and Monitoring 4. Click DHCP Client Table to display the currently assigned IP addresses. 5. Click the Status tab, then click the Wireless Network page. ... Local Network page. Your local network's IP address information and the DHCP server settings are displayed....
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 68
    Linksys E-Series The Cisco Connect main menu opens. 2. Under Router Settings, click Change. 3.... my Internet connection? Your router includes two diagnostic tests, Ping and Traceroute, that let you check... an address can be reached, enter an IP address or URL, a packet size, and number of times to ping...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 69
    ... A window opens with the test results. How to configure and use logs 4. To trace the route that packets take between your router and a specific address, enter an address in the IP or URL Address field of the Traceroute Test section, then click ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 70
    ...list. Maintaining and Monitoring •• Incoming Log-The source IP addresses and destination port numbers for incoming Internet traffic •• Outgoing Log-Local IP addresses, destination URLs/IP addresses, and service/port numbers for outgoing Internet traffic •• Security ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 71
    ... DDNS DDNS Service Applications & Gaming Single Port Forwarding Single Port Forwarding Application Name Factory Defaults Firmware Upgrade Factory Defaults Firmware Upgrade MAC Address Clone Advanced Routing MAC Address Clone NAT Dynamic ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 72
    ... Remote Management Access Advanced features UPnP Back Up and Restore Log E2500 Setup Basic Setup Language Internet Setup Internet Connection Type Optional ...Forwarding Application Name Factory Defaults Firmware Upgrade Factory Defaults Firmware Upgrade MAC Address Clone Advanced Routing ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 73
    ... Administration Information Anonymous Access User Management Group Management Setup Access Network Setup Router Address DHCP Server Setting Log Diagnostics Time Settings Time Zone Factory Defaults Firmware Upgrade Ping Test Traceroute Test DDNS Reboot DDNS Service Access Policy Parental ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 74
    ... User Management Group Management Setup Access Log Diagnostics Time Settings Time Zone Factory Defaults Firmware Upgrade Ping Test Traceroute Test DDNS Reboot DDNS Service Status MAC Address Clone Advanced Routing NAT Dynamic Routing ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 75
    ... Ports Buttons LEDs Cabling Type Transmitted Power Antenna Gain UPnP Wireless Security Security Key Bits Linksys E1200 Wireless-N Router E1200 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b, 802.3u Power, Internet, and Ethernet (1-4) Reset, Wi-...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 76
    Linksys E1500 Specifications Environmental Linksys E1500 Wireless-N Router with SpeedBoost E1500 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b, 802.3u Power, Internet, and Ethernet (1-4) Reset, Wi-Fi Protected Setup Power/Wi-Fi Protected Setup, Internet, Ethernet ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 77
    Linksys E2500 Specifications Environmental Linksys E2500 Advanced Dual-Band N Router E2500 4 total, 2 internal antennas per each 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz ... to 80%, relative humidity, non-condensing 5 to 90% non-condensing Linksys E2500 Model Name Description Model Number # of ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 78
    Linksys E3200 Specifications Storage File System Support FAT, and NTFS, and HFS+ Linksys E3200 High Performance Dual-Band N Router E3200 6 total, 3 internal antennas per each 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz radio band No 10/100/1000 Mbps ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 79
    Linksys E4200 Specifications Supported File Systems for Storage Device Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Wireless-N Router E4200 802.11n, 802.11a, 802.11g, 802.11b, 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab 2.4 and 5 GHz 10/100/1000 Mbps (Gigabit Ethernet) Power, USB, ...
  • Cisco E3200 | User Manual - Page 80
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