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Detailed Fetaure Description
Access Router - Connects your LAN to the Internet
ADSL Modem (optional) The IX66 can include a complete high performance ADSL modem automatically detecting analogue (Annex A) and ISDN (Annex B) phone lines. If you have other types of broadband Internet connections, e.g. a cable modem or an existing ADSL modem, you use the IX66 model with a 10/100 mbps Ethernet WAN port.
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ADSL Status The IX66 web interface enables you to view the current status of your ADSL connection.
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DHCP Client The DHCP Client enables you to get the necessary network settings from your Internet Service provider (ISP) automatically. This makes the installation easier.
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PPPoE and PPPoA PPPoE support. Connect to your DSL provider using PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet) or PPPoA (PPP over ATM), if your DSL provider uses this method.
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Dynamic DNS A dynamic DNS service is used to allow remote users access your server by name instead of IP number. It is especially useful if you do not have a static global IP address. The dynamic DNS server will automatically be notified of your new IP address when it changes.
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MAC Address Cloning Set/change MAC address for the WAN interface.
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Auto Login and Keep-Alive No more frequent loggin in and entering of your password. The IX66 logs into your operator and keeps the connection alive. You enter your log in details (if any) once in the IX66 web interface and the connenction is kept alive by accessing an Internet site at regular intervals.
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Email Notification Let your IX66 check your email accounts and notify you on the display when a new message has arrived.
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Security - Features that protects your LAN and keeps it private
Router Based Firewall The built-in firewall protects your computer or local network from unauthorised access. The firewall uses packet filtering, stateful inspection and application proxies together with address translation to protect your PC or local network.
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Advanced Firewall

Management

The powerful yet easy to use configuration allows games and other applications to pass the firewall. The user interface is designed to allow both professionals and ordinary users to configure the firewall.
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Firewall Log The firewall log gives you an opportunity to see what packets that has been treated by the firewall and what actions that has been taken.
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Smart Card Reader The product includes a smart card reader. It can be used together with coming applications using smart cards. The smart Card-reader is accessible from the local network through the router.
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VPN Virtual Private Networking (VPN) uses a public network (i.e. the Internet) to securely connect two different networks as if they were the same network. For example, an employee can access the corporate network from home using VPN.
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LAN Features
DHCP Server Automatically assigns IP Addresses to computers, or other devices, connected to your local network.
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USB Connection USB 1.1 Ether-over-USB, for connecting a single PC (i.e. a portable computer without Ethernet interface).
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NAT The NAT function (Network Address Translation) enables you to shares a single broadband connection with multiple computers or other devices on your local network.
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Network Status The IX66 enables you to get an overview of all network hosts attached to your unit, and their current status.
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Wireless IX66 AirSIP models are ready for wireless through 802.11b. A wireless CF card upgrades the IX66 to a wireless access point. The user can decide whether to include an 802.11b card at the time of purchase or to upgrade at later date.
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Usability
Easy installation and
maintenance
In addition to offering an unmatched combination of features and functionality, the IX66 is easy to set up and use. The basic set-up can be performed with the front panel keys. A built-in web server makes the full configuration available from any PC with a standard web browser connected to the network. Private IP addresses are automatically distributed to your LAN from the built-in DHCP server.
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Front Panel The front panel gives you a presentation of the current status of the product and its connected networks. The front planel can also be used to perform basic set-up. [Read more]
User Assistance The user assistance to the IX66 is designed to suit all types of users, users without previous experience of firewall administration and advanced users.
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Upgradable Firmware TheIX66 runs on web-upgradable firmware. That means that you may take advantage of all coming features.
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Web Server The built-in web server provides a ways to easily configure the product.
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Remote Configuration You can make the configuration web interface or the command line interface (Telnet) to be accessible from the Internet. This is very useful if you want to administer the network from a remote location (ant Internet connected compuer).
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IP Telephony, Microsoft RTC, Application Sharing and Instant Messaging Support
SIP Support The IX66 has built-in supports for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). SIP is an Internet protocol that has rapidly become popular in the last couple of years. It is used for communication person-to-person, in services such as telephony, presence and instant messaging (chat).
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QoS (Quality of Service) and CAC (Call Admission Control)
SIP media stream prioritisation By having multiple packet queues with different priorities, SIP media stream packets can bypass ordinary data packets and be transmitted as soon as possible. SIP media stream packets will not become delayed by ordinary data traffic.
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Upstream traffic shaping By limiting outgoing traffic to the actual bandwidth available (that is often less than the physical bandwidth of the link), a smoother traffic flow is achieved.
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Downstream traffic shaping By slightly delaying incoming TCP packets they are manipulated to not occupy all available bandwidth when SIP media streams are transmitted. Bandwidth will then become available for incoming SIP media streams, even without the ISP supporting QoS. Bandwidth is dynamically reserved for each new SIP media stream initiated.
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DiffServ bits manipulation By setting the DiffServ bits of SIP media stream packets they can get special attention in your ISP’s network if it supports QoS. This ensures continued priority treatment for those packets on their way through the network.
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CAC
(Call Admission Control)

Call Admission Control (CAC) limits the number of SIP media streams allowed through the unit. CAC can deny new SIP connections attempted if the unit is getting overloaded.

If the unit is being overloaded it is better to deny further SIP calls, and thus maintain quality of the ones currently in progress, rather than allowing too many calls that would overload the unit and reduce quality of all calls in progress.
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