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{{{name}}} can also work as a WiFi client. To configure client first you will have to go to create Wireless WAN interface. Instructions for that can be found in [[{{{name}}} Wireless#Wireless Client|Wireless Client]]. Other than that WWAN configuration is same as Wired wan.
 
{{{name}}} can also work as a WiFi client. To configure client first you will have to go to create Wireless WAN interface. Instructions for that can be found in [[{{{name}}} Wireless#Wireless Client|Wireless Client]]. Other than that WWAN configuration is same as Wired wan.
  
===DHCP Client===
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===DHCP===
 
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The DHCP protocol should be used when the source of your internet has a DHCP server enabled. If that is the case, when you select the DHCP protocol you can use it as is, because most networks will not require any additional advanced configuration.
 
The DHCP protocol should be used when the source of your internet has a DHCP server enabled. If that is the case, when you select the DHCP protocol you can use it as is, because most networks will not require any additional advanced configuration.
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====Advanced Settings====
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====Advanced====
 
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For the DHCP protocol you can specify custom DNS servers, define the gateway metric, override the router’s MAC address, set MTU and more.  
 
For the DHCP protocol you can specify custom DNS servers, define the gateway metric, override the router’s MAC address, set MTU and more.  
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       <th>value</th>
 
       <th>value</th>
 
       <th>description</th>
 
       <th>description</th>
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    <tr>
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      <td>Bring up on boot</td>
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      <td>off {{!}} on; Default: '''on'''</td>
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      <td>Specifies whether to bring up interface on boot</td>
 
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         <td>off {{!}} no; Default: '''on'''</td>
 
         <td>off {{!}} no; Default: '''on'''</td>
 
         <td>Uses DNS servers obtained from DHCP. If left unchecked, the advertised DNS server addresses are ignored</td>
 
         <td>Uses DNS servers obtained from DHCP. If left unchecked, the advertised DNS server addresses are ignored</td>
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    </tr>
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    <tr>
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      <td>Use custom DNS servers</td>
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      <td>ip; Default: " "</td>
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      <td>Lets you chose your own preferred DNS servers. This field only becomes visible if '''Use DNS servers advertised by peer''' field is unchecked</td>
 
     </tr>
 
     </tr>
 
     <tr>
 
     <tr>
 
       <td>Use gateway metric</td>
 
       <td>Use gateway metric</td>
       <td>ip; Default: 2</td>
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       <td>ip; Default: '''3'''</td>
 
       <td>The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority </td>
 
       <td>The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority </td>
 
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     </tr>
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===Static Address===
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===Static===
 
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The Static protocol is used when the source of your internet doesn’t have a DHCP server enabled. Therefore, in order to connect to the internet, you have to make configurations in accordance to that source.  
 
The Static protocol is used when the source of your internet doesn’t have a DHCP server enabled. Therefore, in order to connect to the internet, you have to make configurations in accordance to that source.  
  
====General Setup====
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====General====
 
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         <td>When the router needs to resolve a hostname (“www.google.com”, “www.cnn.com”, etc.) to an IP address, it will forward all the DNS requests to the gateway. By entering custom DNS servers the router will take care of the host name resolution. You can enter multiple DNS servers to provide redundancy in case one of the servers fails</td>
 
         <td>When the router needs to resolve a hostname (“www.google.com”, “www.cnn.com”, etc.) to an IP address, it will forward all the DNS requests to the gateway. By entering custom DNS servers the router will take care of the host name resolution. You can enter multiple DNS servers to provide redundancy in case one of the servers fails</td>
 
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     </tr>
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</table>
 
</table>
  
====Advanced Settings====
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====Advanced====
 
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The Advanced Settings tab will change in accordance to which network protocol is selected. For the Static protocol you can turn NAT on or off, override the router’s MAC address, MTU and define the gateway's metric.  
 
The Advanced Settings tab will change in accordance to which network protocol is selected. For the Static protocol you can turn NAT on or off, override the router’s MAC address, MTU and define the gateway's metric.  
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       <th>description</th>
 
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    <tr>
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      <td>Bring up on boot</td>
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      <td>off {{!}} on; Default: '''on'''</td>
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      <td>Toggles Specifies whether to bring up interface on boot</td>
 
     </tr>
 
     </tr>
 
     <tr>
 
     <tr>
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     <tr>
 
     <tr>
 
     <td>Use gateway metric</td>
 
     <td>Use gateway metric</td>
         <td>integer; Default: '''2'''</td>
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         <td>integer; Default: '''3'''</td>
 
         <td>The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority</td>
 
         <td>The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority</td>
 
     </tr>
 
     </tr>
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</table>
 
</table>
  
====Advanced Settings====
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====Advanced====
 
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For the PPPoE protocol you can turn NAT on or off, specify custom DNS servers, define the gateway metric, configure LCP echo settings and more.
 
For the PPPoE protocol you can turn NAT on or off, specify custom DNS servers, define the gateway metric, configure LCP echo settings and more.
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       <th>value</th>
 
       <th>description</th>
 
       <th>description</th>
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    </tr>
 +
    <tr>
 +
      <td>Bring up on boot</td>
 +
      <td>off {{!}} on; Default: '''on'''</td>
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      <td>Toggles Specifies whether to bring up interface on boot</td>
 
     </tr>
 
     </tr>
 
     <tr>
 
     <tr>
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     <tr>
 
     <tr>
 
     <td>Use gateway metric</td>
 
     <td>Use gateway metric</td>
         <td>integer; Default: '''2'''</td>
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         <td>integer; Default: '''3'''</td>
 
         <td>The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority</td>
 
         <td>The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority</td>
 
     </tr>
 
     </tr>
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         <td>off {{!}} on; Default: '''on'''</td>
 
         <td>off {{!}} on; Default: '''on'''</td>
 
         <td>Uses DNS servers obtained from DHCP. If left unchecked, the advertised DNS server addresses are ignored</td>
 
         <td>Uses DNS servers obtained from DHCP. If left unchecked, the advertised DNS server addresses are ignored</td>
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    </tr>
 +
    <tr>
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      <td>Use custom DNS servers</td>
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      <td>ip; Default: " "</td>
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      <td>Lets you chose your own preferred DNS servers. This field only becomes visible if '''Use DNS servers advertised by peer''' field is unchecked</td>
 
     </tr>
 
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Wireless WAN[edit | edit source]

{{{name}}} can also work as a WiFi client. To configure client first you will have to go to create Wireless WAN interface. Instructions for that can be found in [[{{{name}}} Wireless#Wireless Client|Wireless Client]]. Other than that WWAN configuration is same as Wired wan.

DHCP[edit | edit source]


The DHCP protocol should be used when the source of your internet has a DHCP server enabled. If that is the case, when you select the DHCP protocol you can use it as is, because most networks will not require any additional advanced configuration.

General Setup[edit | edit source]


Networking rutxxx manual wireless wan general setup dhcp v1.png

field name value description
Protocol Static | DHCP | PPPoE; Default: DHCP The protocol used by the WAN interface
Hostname to send when requesting DHCP ip | hostname; Default: router's hostname Host name to which the DHCP request will be sent to

Advanced[edit | edit source]


For the DHCP protocol you can specify custom DNS servers, define the gateway metric, override the router’s MAC address, set MTU and more.

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field name value description
Bring up on boot off | on; Default: on Specifies whether to bring up interface on boot
Force Link off | on; Default: off Set interface properties regardless of the link carrier (If set, carrier sense events do not invoke hotplug handlers).
Use builtin IPv6-management off | on; Default: on Disable or enable built in IPv6-management
Use broadcast flag off | on; Default: off Required for certain ISPs (Internet Service Providers), e.g. Charter with DOCSIS 3
Use default gateway off | no; Default: on Uses the default gateway obtained through DHCP. If left unchecked, no default route is configured
Use DNS servers advertised by peer off | no; Default: on Uses DNS servers obtained from DHCP. If left unchecked, the advertised DNS server addresses are ignored
Use custom DNS servers ip; Default: " " Lets you chose your own preferred DNS servers. This field only becomes visible if Use DNS servers advertised by peer field is unchecked
Use gateway metric ip; Default: 3 The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority
Client ID to send when requesting DHCP string; Default: " " Client ID which will be sent when requesting a DHCP lease
Vendor class to send when requesting DHCP string; Default: " " Vendor class which will be sent when requesting a DHCP lease
Override MAC address mac; Default: " " Override MAC address of the WAN interface. For example, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) gives you a static IP address and it might also bind it to your computers MAC address (i.e., that IP will only work with your computer but not with your router). In this field you can enter your computer’s MAC address and fool the gateway in to thinking that it is communicating with your computer
Override MTU integer [0..1500]; Default: " " Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) – specifies the largest possible size of a data packet


Static[edit | edit source]


The Static protocol is used when the source of your internet doesn’t have a DHCP server enabled. Therefore, in order to connect to the internet, you have to make configurations in accordance to that source.

General[edit | edit source]


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field name value description
Protocol Static | DHCP | PPPoE; Default: DHCP The protocol used by the WAN interface
IPv4 address ip; Default: " " Your router’s address on the WAN network
IPv4 netmask ip; Default: " " Netmask defines how "large" a network is
IPv4 gateway ip; Default: " " The address where the router will send all the outgoing traffic
IPv4 broadcast ip; Default: " " IP broadcasts are used by BOOTP and DHCP clients to find and send requests to their respective servers
Use custom DNS servers ip; Default: " " When the router needs to resolve a hostname (“www.google.com”, “www.cnn.com”, etc.) to an IP address, it will forward all the DNS requests to the gateway. By entering custom DNS servers the router will take care of the host name resolution. You can enter multiple DNS servers to provide redundancy in case one of the servers fails

Advanced[edit | edit source]


The Advanced Settings tab will change in accordance to which network protocol is selected. For the Static protocol you can turn NAT on or off, override the router’s MAC address, MTU and define the gateway's metric.

Networking rutxxx manual wireless wan advanced settings static v1.png

field name value description
Bring up on boot off | on; Default: on Toggles Specifies whether to bring up interface on boot
Force Link off | on; Default: on Set interface properties regardless of the link carrier (If set, carrier sense events do not invoke hotplug handlers).
Use builtin IPv6-management off | on; Default: on Disable or enable built in IPv6-management
Override MAC address mac; Default: " " Override MAC address of the WAN interface. For example, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) gives you a static IP address and it might also bind it to your computers MAC address (i.e., that IP will only work with your computer but not with your router). In this field you can enter your computer’s MAC address and fool the gateway in to thinking that it is communicating with your computer
Override MTU integer [0..1500]; Default: " " Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) – specifies the largest possible size of a data packet
Use gateway metric integer; Default: 3 The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority
IPv6 assignment length 64 | disabled | custom; Default: disabled Assign a part of given length of every public IPv6-prefix to this interface
IPv6 Address ip; Default: " " Assigns an IPv6 address for this interface. CIDR notation: address/prefix
IPv6 Gateway ip; Default: " " Assigns a default IPv6 gateway for this interface. CIDR notation: address/prefix
IPv6 Routed Prefix integer [0...128]; Default: " " Public prefix routed to this device for distribution to clients.
IPv6 Suffix eui64 | random | fixed value like ::1 or ::1:2; Default: " " Set Optional. When IPv6 prefix (like 'a:b:c:d::') is received from a delegating server, use the suffix (like '::1') to form the IPv6 address ('a:b:c:d::1') for the interface.

PPPoE[edit | edit source]


The PPPoE protocol is mainly used if you have a DSL internet provider.

General Setup[edit | edit source]


The General configuration tab for the PPPoE protocol is mainly used to specify your PAP/CHAP login information, but you can also configure some additional, more specific settings.

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field name value description
Protocol Static | DHCP | PPPoE; Default: DHCP The protocol used by the WAN interface
PAP/CHAP username string; Default: " " The username that you use to connect to your carrier’s network
PAP/CHAP password string; Default: " " he password that you use to connect to your carrier’s network
Access concentrator string; Default: " " The name of the access concentrator. Leave empty to auto detect
Service name string; Default: " " The name of the service. Leave empty to auto detect

Advanced[edit | edit source]


For the PPPoE protocol you can turn NAT on or off, specify custom DNS servers, define the gateway metric, configure LCP echo settings and more.

Networking rutxxx manual wireless wan advanced settings pppoe v1.png

field name value description
Bring up on boot off | on; Default: on Toggles Specifies whether to bring up interface on boot
Force Link off | on; Default: off Set interface properties regardless of the link carrier (If set, carrier sense events do not invoke hotplug handlers).
Use builtin IPv6-management off | on; Default: on Disable or enable built in IPv6-management
Obtain IPv6-Address Automatic | Disabled | Manual; Default: Automatic Disable or enable built in IPv6-management
Use default gateway off | on; Default: on Uses the default gateway obtained through DHCP. If left unchecked, no default route is configured
Use gateway metric integer; Default: 3 The WAN configuration by default generates a routing table entry. In this field you can alter the metric of that entry. Higher metric means higher priority
Use DNS servers advertised by peer off | on; Default: on Uses DNS servers obtained from DHCP. If left unchecked, the advertised DNS server addresses are ignored
Use custom DNS servers ip; Default: " " Lets you chose your own preferred DNS servers. This field only becomes visible if Use DNS servers advertised by peer field is unchecked
LCP echo failure threshold integer; Default: " " Presumes peer to be dead after given amount of LCP echo failures. Leave it at 0 to ignore failures
LCP echo interval integer; Default: " " Sends LCP echo requests at the given interval in seconds. This function is only effective in conjunction with failure threshold
Host-Uniq tag content Raw hex-encoded bytes; Default: " " . Leave empty unless your ISP require this
Inactivity timeout integer; Default: " " Close inactive connection after the given amount of seconds. Leave it at 0 to persist connection
Override MTU integer [0..1500]; Default: " " Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) – specifies the largest possible size of a data packet