Draytek Vigor2300 Download Firmware

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Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek Vigor2300
Description
Release Note for Firmware
Operating Systems
Document PDF
Version Firmware
2.5.2
Size Firmware
4Kb
File Name
59096f7bb86058205939e4d65f51a7012009022606300449343-releasenote.pdf
Info
The Latest Release Notes for Vigor2300
Firmware Version : 2.5.2
Release Date : Jun 25, 2004
Applied Models : Vigor2300

Please ensure you download and use the latest router tools when
upgrading the firmware.
[New functions]:
1. Add new telnet command "show session" to show number of NAT sessions.
2. Use the port restricted cone NAT for P2P software issue.
3. Add new DHCP dynamic IP reuse mechanism.
4. Add new function to filter ping for defensing worm.
5. Add new function to filter special TCP port for defensing worm.
[Improvements & Corrected Problems]:
1. Correct the NTP and NAT conflict.
2. Change the mechanism of getting DNS Server address for DHCP Client.
3. Router will send ARP request to default gateway in the WAN side every
5 minutes.
4. Router will reply to all ARP request, even through the source of ARP
is in different IP domain.
5. Modify the UDP and TCP session clean time. the clean time for
imcompleted TCP is 60 seconds, and that for idle UDP is 3 minutes.
6. Add new DDNS provider "ddns.com.cn".
7. Correct the problem in accept Incoming Fragmented UDP Packets.
[Note]
If you use the v2k30252.all to upgrade your router, you should disable
the sip alg flag by telnet command.
The command is "sys sip_alg 0".
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek Vigor2300
Description
All and rst
Operating Systems
Firmware
Version Firmware
2.5.2
Size Firmware
1.5Mb
File Name
vigor2300-v2.5.2.zip
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek Vigor2300
Description
User Guide for Firmware
Operating Systems
User Guide
Version Firmware
2.5.2
Size Firmware
6.7Mb
File Name
b64a988d7c501ca4b0075e821a35543020090226063004716175-users-guide.zip
Info
Introduction
In the Quick Setup group, you can configure the router to access the Internet with differnet
modes (e.g. PPPoE, PPTP or Dynamic/Static IP).
For most users, Internet access is the primary application. The router supports the Ethernet
WAN interface for Internet access. The following sections will explain more details of various
broadband access setup. When you click Internet Access Setup from within the Quick
Setup group, the following setup page will be shown.
Three modes are available for Internet Access.
PPPoE: This is for most DSL modem users. All local users can share one PPPoE connection
to access the Internet.
PPTP: Some DSL services providers supply a special DSL modem (e.g. Alcatel’s DSL modem).
This kind of modem only supports the PPTP tunnel method to access the Internet. In these
cases, you create a PPTP tunnel that carries a PPP session and terminates on the DSL
modem. Once the tunnel has been established, this kind of DSL modem will forward the PPP
session to the ISP. As long as the PPP session is connected, all the local users will be able to
share this PPP session to access to the Internet.
Static or Dynamic IP: On this page you configure the WAN interface to use a static (fixed) IP
or dynamic (DHCP client) IP address. Most cable users will use the dynamic IP address mode
to get a globally reachable IP address from the cable head-end system.
Before you connect a broadband access device, e.g. a DSL/Cable modem, to the router,
you need to know what kind of Internet access is provided by your ISP.
The following sections deal with four widely-used broadband access services. These are
PPPoE Client, PPTP Client and Static IP for DSL, and Dynamic IP (DHCP Client) for
Cable. In most cases, you will get a DSL or Cable modem from the broadband access
service provider. The router is connected behind the broadband device (i.e. DSL/Cable
modem) and works as a NAT or IP router for broadband connections.

Configuration
Using PPPoE with a DSL Modem
Click Internet Access Setup > PPPoE to enter the setup page.
PPPoE Setup
PPPoE Link: Check Enable to enable the PPPoE client protocol on the WAN
interface.
ISP Access Setup
ISP Name: Enter the ISP name.
Username: Enter the ISP supplied username.
Password: Enter the ISP supplied password.
Scheduler (1-15): Enter the index of schedule profile to control the Internet access
by time plan.
PPP/MP Setup
PPP Authentication: Select PAP or CHAP for widest compatibility.
Always On: Check to force the Internet access is always online, and you will see
the Idle Timeout fiele will be blocked for input.
Idle Timeout: Idle timeout means the router will disconnect after being idle for a
preset amount of time. The default is 180 seconds. If you set the time to 0, the
PPP session will not terminate itself.
IP Address Assignment Method (IPCP)
Fixed IP: Check No (Dynamic IP) unless your ISP has provided you with a
static IP address.
Fixed IP Address: If your ISP has provided you with a static IP address enter it
here.
Click OK.
Using PPTP with a DSL Modem
Click Internet Access Setup > PPTP to enter the setup page. The following setup page
is just for example. The exact settings should be provided by your DSL service povider.
PPTP Setup
PPTP Link: Check Enable to enable a PPTP client to establish a tunnel to a DSL
modem on the WAN interface.
PPTP Server IP Address: Specifies the IP address of the PPTP-enabled DSL
modem. Refer to the user manual of the PPTP-enabled DSL modem.
ISP Access Setup
ISP Name: Enter the ISP name.
Username: Enter the ISP supplied username.
Password: Enter the ISP supplied password.
Scheduler (1-15): Enter the index of schedule profile to control the Internet access
by time plan.
Company
Draytek
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
Draytek Vigor2300
Description
Quick User Guide for Firmware
Operating Systems
User Guide
Version Firmware
2.5.2
Size Firmware
1.1Mb
File Name
50bc83b88977fbb9d1a69c26a018c48b20090226063004435538-quick-start-guide.zip
Info
Chapter 0. Preface
0.1 About This Guide
0.2 Copyright Declarations
0.3 Trademarks
0.4 How To Become A Registered Owner
0.5 Safety Instructions
0.6 Warranty
0.7 European Community Declarations
Chapter 1. Getting Started
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Unpacking Your Package
1.3 Front Panels , Back Panels & Side Panels.
1.4 Detailed Features
Chapter 2. Installation & Setup
2.1 Typical Connection to Network
2.2 Configure Your Router
2.3 Configure Your Broadband Access
. PPPoE Setup
. PPTP Setup
. Static IP User and Dynamic IP(DHCP Client
Further Help
Safety Instructions
Please read the installation guide thoroughly before you set up the
router.
The router is a complicated electronic unit that may be repaired only
be authorized and qualified personnel. Do not try to open or repair
the router yourself.
Do not place the router in a damp or humid place, e.g. a bathroom.
The router should be used in a sheltered area, within a temperature
range of +5 to +40 Celsius.
Do not expose the router to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
The housing and electronic components may be damaged by direct
sunlight or heat sources.
Keep the package out of reach of children.
When you would like to dispose of the router, please follow the local
regulations on conservation of the environment.
Warranty
We warrant to the original end user (purchaser) that the routers will
be free from any defects in workmanship or materials for a period of
three (3) years from the date of purchase from the dealer. Please keep
your purchase receipt in a safe place as it serves as proof of date of
purchase.
During the warranty period, and upon proof of purchase, should the
product have indications of failure due to faulty workmanship and/or
materials, we will, at our discretion, repair or replace the defective
products or components, without charge for either parts or labor, to
whatever extent we deem necessary to restore the product to proper
operating condition. Any replacement will consist of a new or remanufactured
functionally equivalent product of equal value, and will
be offered solely at our discretion. This warranty will not apply if the
product is modified, misused, tampered with, damaged by an act of
God, or subjected to abnormal working conditions.
The warranty does not cover the bundled or licensed software of other
vendors. Defects which do not significantly affect the usability of the
product will not be covered by the warranty.
We reserve the right to revise the manual and online documentation
and to make changes from time to time in the contents hereof without
obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes.
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