EOS – SDNS

SDNS When users host their domain names on free or commercial servers, they usually get a static IP (non-changeable IP) address for their websites, which involves the use of static name servers, or static DNS, as well. Static DNS settings will never update on their own and will remain the same, until you decide to […]

EOS – VLANs

VLANs The device has up to 3 LAN ports according to the hardware, and each physical interface can support independent VLAN configuration. VLAN: VLAN ID IP Address: IP Address of VLAN Subnet Mask: Subnet Mask of VLAN Start IP Address/Maximum DHCP Users/Client Lease Time: DHCP Server of VLAN. Configure the VLAN TAG attributes of the […]

EOS – VRRP

VRRP Virtual Interface: The binding runtime interface. Related to Wan: When the WAN port linkage work is enabled, when the WAN port is unable to access the internet, the VRRP status value shows Down, and automatically quits the VRRP backup group. The remaining VRRP routers run for Master router router. Virtual Gateway: The default gateway […]

EOS – MAC Address Clone

MAC Address Clone Some ISP need the users to register their MAC address. The users can clone the router MAC address to their MAC address registered in ISP if they do not want to re-register their MAC address. Clone MAC address: It can clone three parts: Clone LAN MAC, Clone WAN MAC, Clone Wireless MAC. […]

EOS – Advanced Router

Advanced Router Route Name: Defined routing name by users, up to 25 characters. Metric: 0-9999. Destination LAN NET: The Destination IP Address is the address of the network or host to which users want to assign a static route. Subnet Mask: The Subnet Mask determines which portion of an IP address is the network portion, […]

EOS – Statically Assigned

Statically Assigned Statically Assigned: Assign the static IP address to the specified client according to MAC address.