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LAN Switching and WAN Networks
(CT032-3.5-2)
Individual Assignment
Student Name Leim Jing Jie (TP025470)
Intake Code UC2F1310IT (NC)
Hand-out Date 7 January 2014
Hand-in Date 28
th
February 2014
Lecturer Mr. Qusay Sabah Ishaq


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Assignment Component
(100%):
Weightage Marks
Documentation 15 %
Overall Tasks performed 60 %
Citations and referencing 15 %
Reflection 10 %
TOTAL 100 % /100


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Table of Contents
Necessary Equipment and Software ............................................................................................................. 5
Steps to establish the internet connection ................................................................................................... 9
Router configuration ................................................................................................................................... 10
Web-based Configuration Utility ............................................................................................................ 10
Internet Setup ......................................................................................................................................... 12
Internet connection setup wizard ....................................................................................................... 12
Manual Wireless Connection Setup .................................................................................................... 16
Wireless Setup ........................................................................................................................................ 18
Wireless Connection Setup Wizard ..................................................................................................... 18
Manual Wireless Connection Setup .................................................................................................... 20
Multiple Wireless Network Name Setup ............................................................................................ 21
LAN Setup ................................................................................................................................................ 22
Time and Date ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Parental Control ...................................................................................................................................... 24
Advanced wireless .................................................................................................................................. 25
Advanced Network.................................................................................................................................. 26
Routing .................................................................................................................................................... 27
Device administrator ............................................................................................................................... 27
Save and Restore .................................................................................................................................... 28
DDNS setting ........................................................................................................................................... 28
System Check .......................................................................................................................................... 29
Configuring the users device to receive the internet connection ............................................................. 30
Wired connection.................................................................................................................................... 30
Wireless connection ................................................................................................................................ 30
Security Features ......................................................................................................................................... 32
Change default Wi-Fi router password ................................................................................................... 32
Change and Hide SSID Name ................................................................................................................. 33
Change Wi-Fi Security Key .................................................................................................................... 33
Mac Filter ................................................................................................................................................ 34
WEP wireless security ............................................................................................................................. 34
WPA/WPA 2 Wireless Security ............................................................................................................... 35
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Enable Firewall ........................................................................................................................................ 36
Limit the router IP address Pool ............................................................................................................. 37
Port forwarding Concept and Application .................................................................................................. 38
Implementation of port forwarding........................................................................................................ 39
Reference .................................................................................................................................................... 42
Works Cited ................................................................................................................................................ 43
Figure List .................................................................................................................................................... 45


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Necessary Equipment and Software
The equipment needed for the internet connection implementation is a modem, router, fiber optic
cable, CAT 5 UTP cable and a network card.

Figure 1 Overview of the internet flow

Figure 2 Modem (Huawei Echolife HG850a GPON Terminal)
A modem is equipment that is used to transmit and receive the data between your computer and
your internet service provider. All the binary code data from the computer is converted into
analogue signal and is travels over the destination via telephone or cable line. When the data
reach the destination, the modem will convert the analogue signal back to binary coded data, and
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the data is now readable by the computer. In a simpler definition, a modem is a device that
converts the analog signal into data or vice versa.

Figure 3 Dlink Router (TM, 2013)
The router is a device that forwards the packet data in the computer networks. This device
normally is connected to at least 2 networks. It is located at the gateways, the place where 2 or
more networks are connected. (Elizabeth, 2010)
By using the modem and router, the user will able to supplies internet and transmit the internet
signal connection to different users in the home. The user can use their wireless devices like
laptops, tablet or PC to use the signal and get the ability to access to internet. This device can be
used as hardware firewall and provide better protection to the user against the hacking than the
software firewall. Moreover, it unlike software firewall, will consume computer resources.
(Christina, 2010)
A wireless adapter is needed to get the internet connection. It adds the wireless connectivity to a
laptop or desktop. It can be in the form of USB or card formats. (Ben, 2010)
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Figure 4 Cat 5 UTP cable (Alan, 2010)
Cat 5 UTP cable is used to allow the transmission of internet connection between routers to the
end user devices or modem to router. This kind of cable can support 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
network.

Figure 5 Fiber Optic (James, 2010)
Fiber optic cable is containing bundle of glass threads, which capable to transmit the message
modulated onto light wave. It carries more data and can have a greater bandwidth. It is used as
the data transfer medium from the internet service provider to the internet subscriber home.
(Cecilia, 2009)


There are some software needed to implement the internet connection for the home, which are
firmware, web browser and Ubuntu operating system. Every routers is containing a built-in
programmable logic called firmware. It is used to implement the networks and security for the
router. Every brand firmware come with different graphical user interface, and user can use the
features of the routers once they enter the login information of the router. (John, 2010)
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Before started to set up the internet connection, the user should have a web browser in the
computer, else they will unable to surf the internet. The Ubuntu Operating system has a default
web browser, which is Mozilla Fire Fox and it can be used for configuration. The users also can
install or have others updated Java-enabled web browser in the market to do the configuration of
the router. The table below shows the recommendation of web browser that can be used: Without
an updated Java-enabled web browser, the user might cant access to the web-based configuration
utility.
Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher Camino 0.8.4 or higher
Netscape 8 or higher Firefox 1.5 or higher
Mozilla 1.7.12 (5.0) or higher
Opera 8.5 or higher
Safari 1.2 or higher (with Java 1.3.1 or higher)
The computers that are used must come with an operating system, Windows, Macintosh or
Ubuntu. In this project, all the users devices must come with Ubuntu operating system.
Without the operating system, web browser and the modem router stated above, configurations
of network will not success.








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Steps to establish the internet connection
The user should make sure that all the cable is connected properly at the correct port. Without
proper port connection and configuration, the user will not able to connect to internet. Sometime
the power adapter is loosening or the router is turned off. The users have to ensure that the power
strips is connected into the outlet and the power adapter is on to ensure the router is able to
receive electricity supply. Moreover, the users have to make sure that the LAN Cable and
Ethernet cable are firmly seated in the port provided in the router. A clicking sound should be
provided when the cable is snapping into the position. (Elizabeth, 2013)









CAT 5 UTP cable

After the devices are setup and the cables are connected, the user can start to configure the router.
Port that for the Optical
Fiber Cable from TM
(Internet service provider)
LAN port of the modem should connected to the
internet port of the router by using CAT Cable
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Router configuration
Web-based Configuration Utility
Heres I will show the way to configure the Dlink dir 615 wireless router.

Figure 6 Enter IP address in Web browser
Firstly, the user should open any of the web browser stated above to access the configuration
utility. After that, the user should enter the IP address of the router and the user will be directed
to the routers configuration page. In default, most of the router IP address will be 192.168.0.1,
192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1.

Figure 7 Figure out own IP address
In Ubuntu, the user can also figure out their IP address by opening the terminal and enter route.
The user can open the terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T. The gateway of the router will be shown
in the terminal, which is 192.168.0.1.

Figure 8 Router firmware login page
For default setting of the router, the user has to type admin and left the password field blank.
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If the user forgotten the password, the user must click reset button of the router. All the settings
of the router will change back to the factory defaults. The default IP address is 192.168.0.1 and
the user name is admin and leaves the password blank.
If the user are not directed to the page below and get a Page Cannot be displayed error. The users
have the check few things.
Check whether their Java-enabled web browser is updated and reach the requirement as
stated above or not.
The user should check whether WAN and WLAN solid light of the router. If the light is
not working, the user should try to use other cable or connect to a different port of the
devices.
This problem might causes by the internet security software. All these software may
block the access to the router configuration page. The user is advised to disabled the
internet security software that running in the devices if the user face the problem above.
If all the user still facing the problem after check all the thing above, the user should try
to switch off the router for 10 seconds and on back. After 30 seconds past, the user
should try to access to the router configuration utility.
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Internet Setup

Figure 9 Internet Setup
If the user success login, it will be directed to the page above. The setup wizard is used to set up
the router. To execute it, the user is required to click the Internet Connection Setup Wizard
button and the first page of wizard set up will be displayed. (TM, 2010)
Internet connection setup wizard

Figure 10 Internet connection Setup wizard Confirmation page
The user should click next to proceed to next step.
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Figure 11 Internet Connection Setup Wizard Step 1
After user defined password is entered, the user should click next to continue.
The user can choose their desired internet connection type, which are dynamic IP address or
static IP address.
Dynamic IP address Static IP

Figure 12Dynamic IP address

Figure 13 Static IP address
If dynamic IP address mode is chosen, the user are
required to fill in the username, password and verify
password text box. For service name, the user can
leave it blank.
For static IP, the user are required to fill all the
text field that entered by the user who chosen
dynamic IP address. Other than that, the user is
also required to enter the IP address and its
subnet mask in the field provided. Moreover,
LAN starts IP and end IP should be filled in
also.
(TM, 2010)
After all the required information is entered, the user is required to click next to proceed to next
stage.
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Figure 14 Reboot device or run the wireless connection setup wizard
The router will be rebooting if the button is clicked. A button is prepared for those users who
want to open the wizard window of configuring wireless connection.
Reboot

Figure 15Reboot

All the settings set by
the user will be saved
and the device is
rebooting.
When the rebooting
process is ended, a new
opening window will be
displayed in the
monitor.
Wireless Connection Setup Wizard

Figure 16 Wireless Connection Setup Wizard
This window is
displayed when the user
click the wireless
connection setup wizard
button.

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Figure 17 Setup your wireless network
Users are required to enter their favorable SSID name in the text box provided. The users are
recommended to choose option 1, which are automatically assign network key over option 2.
Moreover, user can use the check box to enable or disable the wireless security function of the
router and then the next button is click to continue.
For those users who select to manually assign a network key, they will be directed to the page
above. The system will prompt the user to enter the network key and click next after this
operation is ended.

Figure 18Setup Complete
This window will display all the information of the router. Users are recommended to print
screen or print this information out, because it is important information of the router. When save
button is pressed, the router will automatically save the settings of the routers and reboot process
began. The process will take around 1-2 minutes. When this process is ended, the wireless setup
window is displayed.

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Manual Wireless Connection Setup
If the user wanted to manually configure the wireless Internet, he or she should click the manual
wireless connection setup button. (TM, 2010)
Same with the internet connection setup wizard, the user have to choose to create a dynamic
PPPoE or a static PPPoe.
Dynamic PPPoE

Figure 19Dynamic PPPoE
If the user plans to create dynamic PPPoE, he or she should click the (Dynamic PPPoE) radio
button.
After that, the users are required to enter the username, password, confirm password, DNS,
maximum idle time and MTU. Its optional for the user to enter the service name.

After all the information needed is entered, the users should click the save settings.

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If the user plans to create static PPPoe, he or she should click the (Static PPPoE) radio button.

Figure 20 Static PPPoE
The user have to enter all the information inside the text field, he or she should click the save
setting button.





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Wireless Setup
The user can choose to configured the wireless settings manually or by using wizard. The
wireless connection setup wizard button is clicked if the user wanted to use wizard. To configure
this manually, the user should click the manual wireless connection setup. (TM, 2010)
Wireless Connection Setup Wizard

Figure 21 Wireless Connection Setup Wizard
Click next to proceed to next stage.

Figure 22 Setup wireless Network
The user is required to enter their desired wireless network name, also called as SSID.
The user should choose either automatically assign a network key or manually assign a network
key for the wireless security key. The user has the enable or disable the wireless security and
click Next to continue.
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Figure 23Set up wireless security password
If the user has chosen manually assign a network key, it will direct the user to a window that
prompt the user to enter a wireless security password in the text field provided. Click next to
continue.

Figure 24Setup complete
After that, all the new setting chosen by the user will be saved and the router will reboot. The
reboot process takes 1-2 minutes. After this process is end, the opening wireless setup window is
displayed.
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Figure 25Rebooting
The information of wireless security setting is displayed in the window. The users are
recommended to print or save the information up and then click Save to continue.


Manual Wireless Connection Setup

Figure 26 Manual Wireless connection setup
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At this page, the user can use the Wi-Fi protection features by ticking the enable check box. If
all the users are using wired connection, they can uncheck the box to disable the wireless
function. The user can enable the wireless channel selection for the router and change the
default wireless channel to their desired want. The user also can enable WMM in this page. By
enabling it, WWM assign the priority to the traffic of voice, video, best effort and background.
(TM, 2010)
Multiple Wireless Network Name Setup

Figure 27Wireless Network Name Setup
The user can create new SSID in this page by entering the required data in the space provided.
The user also can choose the SSID by ticking the check box.
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LAN Setup

Figure 28LAN Setup
In this page, the user can change the local network settings of the router. The user is required to
enter the router IP address, default subnet mask and local domain name. The user has the ability
to enable or disable the DNS relay. (TM, 2010)


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Time and Date

Figure 29Time and Date
In this page, the user can configure, update and maintain the time on the system clock. The user
can manually set the time and date. They also can get the accurate time and date by selecting
time zone.


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Parental Control

Figure 30Parental Control
This functionality in the router allows the user to allow or deny the users from accessing certain
website. The user can configure parental control here. They can choose to turn off this feature, or
turn on this feature and deny the devices of the network from accessing the website listed in
website URL. After the website URL is entered in the space provided, the user will be blocked
from accessing the website. (TM, 2010)

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Advanced wireless

Figure 31Advanced Wireless
In this section, the user are allowed to change the wireless radio setting, such as transmit power,
beacon interval, RTS threshold, fragmentation, DTIM interval, preamble type, CTS mode, etc.
The user can configure mac filter features in this window. There are 3 option for configure mac
filter, option 1 is turn it off, option 2 is turn mac filtering on and allow computer listed to access
the network and option 3 is turn mac filtering on and deny computers listed to access the network.
If the user wanted to choose option 2 and allow him/her to access to network only but
accidentally chosen option 3. Then the user might face difficulty to join the network. If some
new devices having difficulty to join the network, check the router to check whether this mac
address filtering function is in off condition or the MAC address of the devices is inserted in
the list of allowed connection. (Angela, 2010)
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Advanced Network

Figure 32Advanced Network
In this window, the user can change the LAN setting. The user also can enable multicast streams,
wireless enhance mode and Universal plug and play for the network device. The user also can set
the WAN port speed. (TM, 2010)







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Routing

Figure 33Routing
This window allows the user to define the routes and defined destinations.
Device administrator

Figure 34Device administrator
In this page, the user can change the admin password. The user also can enable or disable the
functionality of remote management.
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Save and Restore

Figure 35Save and Restore
In this page, the user can save and load the configuration file to and from the computer.
Moreover, the user also can restore the routers factory default settings.
DDNS setting

Figure 36DDNS Setting
You can configure the DDNS setting at this page. You can choose to enable or disable this
service. The user is required to choose the service address and enter the host name, username and
password.
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System Check

Figure 37System Check
The physical connectivity of the LAN and WAN is shown in this page. The status of internet will
be shown in this page.




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Configuring the users device to receive the internet connection

Figure 38Internet connection of Ubuntu
The photo above shows the internet connection icon of Ubuntu Operating system, which are can
be easily found at the top of the devices. The device is currently not connected to network. To
access to the internet, the user are required to enable networking. After that, the user can add a
wired or wireless connection for the devices at the edit connection function.
Wired connection
In this project, 2 users would like to have a wired connection and another 2 users prefer a
wireless connection. To have a wired connection, the user is required to plug the CAT 5 UTP
cable from the router to their devices. After that, Ubuntu will identify all the important settings
of the router and the device will have wired internet connection.
Wireless connection

Figure 39Edit wireless connection (SSID)


Figure 40 Edit wireless connection (password)

To have a wireless internet connection in the device, the user can either scan for the broadcast
wireless SSID or manually enter the SSID name (if it is not being broadcasted or hidden).

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Figure 41Edit wireless connection (Save connection)
After that, the user is required to enter the password for the network in the space provided. When
save button is clicked, the device is now able to access to internet.

Figure 42Wired
connection
When the device is connected via wired connection, this icon will be
appeared.

Figure 43Wireless
connection
When the device is connected via wireless connection, this icon will be
appeared.

For those user connect internet via wireless connection, the might face some problem, which are
the network will not reach certain areas. In the home, the wireless signal transmitted might not
able to fulfil all users need. There are certain part of the home is a wireless dead zone, where
wireless connection not working there. Bedroom, study room or a porch is a common dead zone
area. Dead zone is occurred when something interfered the Wi-Fi signal. This can be solved by
reposition the router, set up a wireless repeater or uses a wired connection. An Ethernet cable
from the router can be drag into the dead zone. (Marinda, 2010)


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Security Features
Security is vital for internet connection. If there is no security features in the wireless connection,
the authorized user might access your wireless LAN from nearby location and perform some
illegal activities. (Marcus, 2009)Few things are needed to do in order to ensure the security of the
internet connection.
Change default Wi-Fi router password

Figure 44 default Wi-Fi router password

Figure 45 Change password
First, the users have to change the default Wi-Fi router from the service provider. My service
provider is TM. The table below shows the default password for the router of the company. To
prevent unauthorized user from using our internet, we should change and configure the router
password at maintenance tab.
Username Password
Admin (Blank)
Admin Admin
Operator Telekom
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Change and Hide SSID Name

Figure 46SSID Name

Figure 47Enable / disable hidden SSID
By default, all SSID name is end with @Unifi. When your neighbor saw that name, they will
know this is the default setting of the internet connection. They might play around with it or
might find ways to crack or try to access to the network using the default username and password
mention above. If the user does not want others to know the SSID name of this device, he or she
can enable the hidden wireless in wireless setup page. The users are required to know the SSID
name of the devices in order to join the network.
Change Wi-Fi Security Key
By default, if the internet connection is not configured, password is not required to use the
internet, or if configured, it usually used password that can easily cracked by others. The user
should enable the WEP and WPA/WPA2 function in the router and enter your preferable
alphanumeric password in the space given. The WEP and WPA/WPA2 security protocol can
ensure that your wireless LAN is secured and it would be hard for the unauthorized user to hack
or sniff the wireless LAN.




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Mac Filter

Figure 48Mac Filter
Every device has a MAC address alphanumeric string MAC address which is unique. You can
protect your network by preventing the unwanted devices from joining your network. In this
project there are only 4 users. While configuring the router, the user use this features to only
enable the 4 users devices to use the network only. If the authorized user devices MAC address
of 00:02:D1:1A:2D:12 is at the MAC address blocking table, even the user know the password
for the wireless LAN, he or she would not able to join the network. (Teddy, 2011)
WEP wireless security

Figure 49WEP wireless security
To use the WEP security, the user should choose it from the security mode. After that, the user
are required to select the authentication method, WEP Encryption and the default WEP key and
the WEP key value. After that, save button is clicked to save the changes you made.



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WPA/WPA 2 Wireless Security
PSK

Figure 50WPA/WPA2 (PSK)
EAP

Figure 51WPA/WPA2 (EAP)
After this wireless security is enabled, the user
is required to choose cipher type. If PSK is
chosen, the user is required to enter network
key. The user can enter an alphanumeric
password which with minimum character of 8
and maximum character of 63.
After the process is done, the user should click
save settings.
The user should choose the Cipher type from
the drop down box. If EAP is chosen, the user
is required to enter the Radius server IP
address, the port and the shared secret. Save
settings button is clicked to save the settings.
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Enable Firewall

Figure 52Enable firewall
At the default setting for router, the firewall was disabled. In order to get protection of the
firewall, the user should enable the firewall features by ticking the Enable WAN to LAN
Firewall keyword in the Advance tab. Moreover, the user should also enable the security features
like DOS Attack, Scan Attack and service filter in the router. All these will ensure the best
defense for the router to against the security threat. (CISCO, 2010)



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Limit the router IP address Pool
The devices that join the network can be identified using IP address. This router comes with a
built-in DHCP server. The DHCP server will assign 1 IP address to the device when it joins the
network. By limiting the IP addresses of your router, the lesser the chance for the unauthorized
user from accessing the network. If the user for the wireless LAN is less, you can set a range of
DHCP IP address from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.10. It only allows 10 devices on using the
network. The photo below shows the steps of limiting the router IP address Pool.

Figure 53Limit router IP address pool
The user can choose to disable or enable the server. The user can set the IP address range for the
router. They can also add the clients of DHCP by entering the computer name, IP address, and
Mac address of the devices.


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Port forwarding Concept and Application
Port forwarding also called as port mapping. It is a useful method to preserve public IP addresses,
protect the servers and clients from unwanted access. The services and servers of the network can be
hided using port forwarding. Port number is used to identified the services. For example web traffic uses
port number 80. If you host a Web server in your home that is accessible on the public internet, the port
forwarding panel in the router will configured to direct Web packet of port 80 to IP address of the Web
server in your home. Moreover, port forwarding can limit the access to and from a network. Port
forwarding is important. It can be used to keep unwanted traffic off the networks.Invalid source
specified.











The diagram above shows the process of port forwarding, which allows the users from accessing the
web server from anywhere using internet. Port forwarding allow the users to open and choose the range
of port number that they would like for the user of certain IP address for some application incoming and
outgoing traffic activity.

Internet
Open Incoming Port 80
Direct Port 80 traffic to IP address of Web Server
Web Server
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Implementation of port forwarding
Firstly, the routers IP address is entered into the address bar of the web browser of the users.
Secondly, the users are required to enter their username and password for the router. If you have
forgotten your username and password for the router, you can click the reset button to reset it
back to factory defaults. After that, you can search for the factory default setting login
information online.

Figure 54Port forwarding
Thirdly, the user should find the port forwarding section. For Unifi users router, the port
forwarding function can be found in advanced settings.
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Figure 55Port forwarding (Choose computer name)
Fourthly, the user can create their entry at the space given. The user has to enter the name for the
service. The user is suggested to enter the name which related to the program. After that, the user
is required to enter their IP address. Moreover, the user are required to choose the application
name and their computer from the drop down bar. The service type of the router would be TCP,
UDP or TCP&UDP. The user should choose the service type and the port that they wish to use.

Figure 56Port forwarding (Computer name)
If the user wants to open one port for Doom 3 (Application Name), they should enter the same
number in the start and end. In case the user decided to open 5 ranges for the port, it might start
with 1234 and end with 1238.
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After u done all the operation of port forwarding, you are required to click save settings. The
router will restart to take effect. (John, 2010)

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Gantt chart

Figure 57 Gantt chart

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Figure List
Figure 1 Overview of the internet flow ......................................................................................................... 5
Figure 2 Modem (Huawei Echolife HG850a GPON Terminal) ....................................................................... 5
Figure 3 Dlink Router (TM, 2013)................................................................................................................ 6
Figure 4 Cat 5 UTP cable (Alan, 2010) ........................................................................................................ 7
Figure 5 Fiber Optic (James, 2010) .............................................................................................................. 7
Figure 6 Enter IP address in Web browser .................................................................................................. 10
Figure 7 Figure out own IP address ............................................................................................................. 10
Figure 8 Router firmware login page .......................................................................................................... 10
Figure 9 Internet Setup ............................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 10 Internet connection Setup wizard Confirmation page ............................................................... 12
Figure 11 Internet Connection Setup Wizard Step 1 .................................................................................. 13
Figure 12Dynamic IP address ...................................................................................................................... 13
Figure 13 Static IP address .......................................................................................................................... 13
Figure 14 Reboot device or run the wireless connection setup wizard ...................................................... 14
Figure 15Reboot .......................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 16 Wireless Connection Setup Wizard ............................................................................................. 14
Figure 17 Setup your wireless network ...................................................................................................... 15
Figure 18Setup Complete ........................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 19Dynamic PPPoE ............................................................................................................................ 16
Figure 20 Static PPPoE ................................................................................................................................ 17
Figure 21 Wireless Connection Setup Wizard ............................................................................................. 18
Figure 22 Setup wireless Network .............................................................................................................. 18
Figure 23Set up wireless security password ............................................................................................... 19
Figure 24Setup complete ............................................................................................................................ 19
Figure 25Rebooting ..................................................................................................................................... 20
Figure 26 Manual Wireless connection setup ............................................................................................ 20
Figure 27Wireless Network Name Setup .................................................................................................... 21
Figure 28LAN Setup ..................................................................................................................................... 22
Figure 29Time and Date .............................................................................................................................. 23
Figure 30Parental Control ........................................................................................................................... 24
Figure 31Advanced Wireless ....................................................................................................................... 25
Figure 32Advanced Network ...................................................................................................................... 26
Figure 33Routing ......................................................................................................................................... 27
Figure 34Device administrator .................................................................................................................... 27
Figure 35Save and Restore ......................................................................................................................... 28
Figure 36DDNS Setting ................................................................................................................................ 28
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Figure 37System Check ............................................................................................................................... 29
Figure 38Internet connection of Ubuntu .................................................................................................... 30
Figure 39Edit wireless connection (SSID) .................................................................................................... 30
Figure 40 Edit wireless connection (password) .......................................................................................... 30
Figure 41Edit wireless connection (Save connection) ................................................................................ 31
Figure 42Wired connection ........................................................................................................................ 31
Figure 43Wireless connection..................................................................................................................... 31
Figure 44 default wifi router password....................................................................................................... 32
Figure 45 Change password ........................................................................................................................ 32
Figure 46SSID Name .................................................................................................................................... 33
Figure 47Enable / disable hidden SSID ....................................................................................................... 33
Figure 48Mac Filter ..................................................................................................................................... 34
Figure 49WEP wireless security .................................................................................................................. 34
Figure 50WPA/WPA2 (PSK) ......................................................................................................................... 35
Figure 51WPA/WPA2 (EAP) ........................................................................................................................ 35
Figure 52Enable firewall ............................................................................................................................. 36
Figure 53Limit router IP address pool ......................................................................................................... 37
Figure 54Port forwarding ............................................................................................................................ 39
Figure 55Port forwarding (Choose computer name) .................................................................................. 40
Figure 56Port forwarding (Computer name) .............................................................................................. 40
Figure 57 Gantt Chart .................................................................................................................................. 42
Figure60 Gantt chart