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Figure 41 Wireless Setup Wizard > Management Mode 2.1.15 Wireless Settings: SSID & Security Configure SSID and wireless security in this screen. Payment Service Enable online payment service and configure the service pages. ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 43 Chapter 1 Introduction User/Group User Create and manage users. Chapter 4 Quick Setup Wizards ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 78 Figure 59 WAN and ISP Connection Settings: (PPTP) Figure 60 WAN and ISP Connection Settings: (PPPoE) Chapter 4 Quick Setup Wizards ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 79 Figure 61 WAN and ISP Connection Settings: (L2TP) ISP Parameter: This section appears if the interface uses a PPPoE or PPTP Internet connection. 2.1.5.4 Possible Errors • Check that you’re using the correct L2PT Server IP, Subnet Mask, Gateway IP Address, IP Subnet Mask and Authentication Type. Select Static if the ISP assigned a fixed IP address. Chapter 2 Initial Setup Wizard ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 61 Figure 36 USG FLEX 500 Activate Service Click Refresh and wait a few moments for the registration information to update in this screen. Wireless Frame Capture Capture wireless frames from APs for analysis. This field can be blank. BWM BWM Enable and configure bandwidth management rules. The Zyxel Device won’t intercept nor inspect the incoming packets that match the rules in the IP exception list for the anti-malware and/ or IDP (Intrusion, Detection, and Prevention) features. • MSCHAP-V2 - Your Zyxel Device accepts MSCHAP-V2 only. כל הזכויות שמורות. • Select from existing organization: Select an existing organization from the drop-down list box to add the Zyxel Device to the selected organization. See Subscription Services Available on page 189 for more information on the subscription services for the two types of security packs. • Fully Anonymous: Select this and personal data, such as user names, MAC addresses, email addresses, and host names, will be replaced with anonymized information in downloaded logs. Note: Make sure the screws are securely fixed to the wall and strong enough to hold the weight of the Zyxel Device with the connection cables. • IP Address Assignment: Select Auto If your ISP did not assign you a fixed IP address. Trusted Certificates Import and manage certificates from trusted sources. How to download config file from "standby" partition? A user just browses to the Zyxel Device’s web address and enters his user name and password to securely connect to the Zyxel Device’s network. Table 8 Maintenance Menu Screens Summary (continued) FOLDER OR LINK TAB FUNCTION. • If you were given an IP address and DNS server information as part of your Internet access information, re-enter them exactly as given. If you change the default password, the Login screen appears after you click Apply. • Type a Base IP Address (static) assigned to you by your ISP. Solution. TELNET TELNET Configure telnet server settings for the Zyxel Device. You may also create IPv6 policy routes and IPv6 objects. Billing Profile Configure the billing profiles for the web-based account generator and each button on the connected statement printer. You can use alphanumeric and -_@$./ characters, and it can be up to 31 characters long. Chapter 2 Initial Setup Wizard ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 65 • Hidden SSID - Select this option if you want to hide the SSID in the outgoing beacon frame. Router> enable Router# Router# configure terminal Router(config)# Router(config)# service-register _setremind after-10-days after-180-days after-30-days every-time never Router(config)# service-register _setremind every-time Router(config)# See the Command Line Interface (CLI) Reference Guide (RG) for details on all supported commands. MD5: SHA1: Make sure they are not obstructed to allow maximum ventilation. Service Service Create and manage TCP and UDP services. SSL Inspection Report Collect and display SSL Inspection statistics. Chapter 1 Introduction ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 28 Figure 4 Applications: VPN Connectivity SSL VPN Network Access SSL VPN lets remote users use their web browsers for a very easy-to-use VPN solution. Note: The version number on the cover page refers to the Zyxel Device’s latest firmware version to which this User’s Guide applies. The Zyxel Device uses these (in the order you specify here) to resolve domain names for VPN, DDNS and the time server. Station Info Station List Lists wireless clients associated with the APs managed by the Zyxel Device. DDNS Status DDNS Status Displays the status of the Zyxel Device’s DDNS domain names. IGMP Statistics IGMP Statistics Collect and display IGMP statistics. Enter a DNS server's IP address(es). • Server IP: Type the IP address of the PPTP server. Setting Manage default settings for all users, general settings for user sessions, and rules to force user authentication. READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE. These documentations are only intended for qualified technicians who are aware of the respective safety regulations. • Authentication Type: Use the drop-down list box to select an authentication protocol for outgoing calls. • A right angle bracket ( > ) within a screen name denotes a mouse click. Enter a DNS server's IP address(es). Blinking The Zyxel Device is sending or receiving packets on this port at 10/100 Mbps. • First / Second DNS Server: These fields display if you selected static IP address assignment. • Type the User Name given to you by your ISP. If you set the previous screen’s IP Address Assignment field to Static, use this screen to configure your IP address settings. Exclude List Configure services to be excluded from SSL Inspection. The following table shows the default physical port and interface mapping for each model at the time of writing. Blinking The Zyxel Device is sending or receiving packets on this port at 100/1000 Mbps. Re-enter your PPPoE user name and password exactly as given. Use the Zyxel One Network (ZON) utility to view and manage the Zyxel Device’s neighboring devices via the Zyxel Discovery Protocol (ZDP). Signature Signature Update signatures immediately or by a schedule. Here are the services available for the Zyxel Device. If it fails again, check with your Internet service provider or administrator for correct WAN settings and user credentials. In some tables you can just click a table entry and edit it directly in the table. Leave the field as 0.0.0.0 if you do not want to configure DNS servers. User C is not even logged in, so and cannot access either the Internet or the file server. Otherwise, type the Idle Timeout in seconds that elapses before the router automatically disconnects from the PPPoE server. Figure 31 Internet Access: Summary Chapter 2 Initial Setup Wizard ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 58 2.1.8 Date and Time Settings It’s important to have correct date and time values in the logs. • USG FLEX 100 • USG FLEX 200 • USG FLEX 500 1.1.1 Model Feature Differences Note the following differences between the USG FLEX models: Table 1 USG FLEX Model Feature Comparison FEATURE/MODEL USG FLEX 100 USG FLEX 200 USG FLEX 500 Microsoft Azure YES YES YES Amazon VPC YES YES YES Anomaly Detection & Prevention YES YES YES Anti-Spam YES YES YES IDP YES YES YES Anti-Malware YES YES YES App Patrol YES YES YES Content Filtering YES YES YES SecuReporter Premium YES YES YES Reputation Filter YES YES YES URL Threat Filter YES YES YES IP Exception YES YES YES AP Controller YES YES YES Device HA Pro NO NO YES Hotspot Management NO YES YES Port Group YES YES YES Port Role YES YES YES SSL Application YES YES YES SSL encrypted traffic inspection YES YES YES Bundled UTM Feature License Validity 1 year 1 year 1 year For information on interface names by model, default port / interface name mapping, and default interface / zone mapping please see Section 3.3 on page 73. P2-P7 ( USG FLEX 200) P2-P8 ( USG FLEX 500) P1-P12 () 3.1.2 Rear Panels The connection ports are located on the rear panel. The Zyxel Device uses these (in the order you specify here) to resolve domain names for VPN, DDNS and the time server. If it fails again, check with your Internet service provider or administrator for correct WAN settings and user credentials. SSL SSL Lists users currently logged into the VPN SSL client portal. Method Two-factor Authentication ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 44 Table 7 Configuration Menu Screens Summary (continued) FOLDER OR LINK TAB FUNCTION Configure SMS/email authentication to access a secured network behind the Zyxel Device via a VPN tunnel. The Zyxel Device can also route IPv6 packets through IPv4 networks using different tunneling methods. If it fails again, check with your Internet service provider or administrator for correct IP address, subnet mask and gateway address and other WAN settings. Cellular Status Cellular Status Displays details about the Zyxel Device’s mobile broadband connection status. Exempt List Configure ranges of IP addresses to which the Zyxel Device does not apply IP/MAC binding. DNS Inbound LB DNS Load Balancing Configure DNS Load Balancing. RTLS Real Time Location System Use the managed APs as part of an Ekahau RTLS to track the location of Ekahau Wi-Fi tags. • Type the User Name given to you by your ISP. 4.2.3 Configure WAN IP Settings Use this screen to select whether the interface should use a fixed or dynamic IP address. We urge all users upgrade to official release firmware when available. • Chap - Your Zyxel Device accepts CHAP only. SSID Create template(s) of wireless settings to apply to radio profiles or policies as an object. • MSCHAP - Your Zyxel Device accepts MSCHAP only. ZLD-based. Network Interface PortPort Role/Port Configuration Table 7 Configuration Menu Screens Summary (continued) FOLDER OR LINK TAB FUNCTION Use this screen to set the Zyxel Device’s flexible ports such as LAN, OPT, WLAN, or DMZ. Note: Leave 10 cm of clearance at the sides and 20 cm in the rear. SystemHost Name Host Name Configure the system and domain name for the Zyxel Device. See the Command Reference Guide for more information about the CLI. Service View the licensed service status and upgrade licensed services. 1 Align one bracket with the holes on one side of the Zyxel Device and secure it with the included bracket screws (smaller than the rack-mounting screws). # This field is a sequential value, and it is not associated with any entry. Note: Enter the Internet access information exactly as your ISP gave it to you. You can often use the [Shift] or [Ctrl] key to select multiple entries to remove, activate, or deactivate. Logout Click this to log out of the Web Configurator. • For Zyxel Devices upgrading to firmware version 4.25 or later, you may skip registering your Zyxel Device and activating the corresponding service at myZyxel (through your Zyxel Device). Description If the referencing configuration item has a description configured, it displays here. Ethernet Manage Ethernet interfaces and virtual Ethernet interfaces. Chapter 1 Introduction ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 32 6 The Network Risk Warning screen displays any unregistered or disabled security services. Built-in AP Displays associated wireless client usage and number. Leave the field as 0.0.0.0 if you do not want to configure DNS servers. 2.1.3.2 WAN IP Address Assignments • WAN Interface: This is the name of the interface that will connect with your ISP. You may need your Zyxel Device’s serial number and LAN MAC address to register it at myZyxel. ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 26 See the product’s datasheet for detailed information on a specific model. • MSCHAP - Your Zyxel Device accepts MSCHAP only. In Configuration > Object > User/Group > Setting, you can enable Password Complexity to require a new password to consist of at least 8 characters and at most 64, where at least 1 character must be a number, at least 1 a lower case letter, at least 1 an upper case letter and at least 1 a special character from the keyboard, such as !@#$%^&*()_+. Zyxel Device Generic Router Wireless Router / Access Point Switch Firewall Server Internet Network Cloud Smartphone USB Dongle Contents Overview ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 4 Contents Overview Introduction ........................................................................................................................................... 26 Initial Setup Wizard ............................................................................................................................... 49 Hardware, Interfaces and Zones ........................................................................................................ 68 Quick Setup Wizards ............................................................................................................................. 75 Dashboard .......................................................................................................................................... 109 Monitor ................................................................................................................................................. 120 Licensing .............................................................................................................................................. 189 Wireless ................................................................................................................................................. 194 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................. 216 Routing ................................................................................................................................................. 313 DDNS ................................................................................................................................................... 340 NAT ....................................................................................................................................................... 346 Redirect Service .................................................................................................................................. 354 ALG ....................................................................................................................................................... 360 UPnP ..................................................................................................................................................... 367 IP/MAC Binding ................................................................................................................................... 382 Layer 2 Isolation .................................................................................................................................. 387 DNS Inbound LB .................................................................................................................................. 391 IPSec VPN ............................................................................................................................................ 397 SSL VPN ................................................................................................................................................ 433 L2TP VPN .............................................................................................................................................. 439 BWM (Bandwidth Management) .................................................................................................. 445 Web Authentication .......................................................................................................................... 461 Hotspot ................................................................................................................................................ 493 Printer Manager .................................................................................................................................. 511 Free Time ............................................................................................................................................. 523 IPnP ....................................................................................................................................................... 528 Walled Garden ................................................................................................................................... 531 Advertisement Screen ....................................................................................................................... 537 Security Policy ..................................................................................................................................... 540 Application Patrol ............................................................................................................................... 566 Content Filter ....................................................................................................................................... 575 Anti-Malware ....................................................................................................................................... 594 Reputation Filter .................................................................................................................................. 608 IDP ........................................................................................................................................................ 612 Email Security ...................................................................................................................................... 630 SSL Inspection ...................................................................................................................................... 641 IP Exception ......................................................................................................................................... 653 Object .................................................................................................................................................. 656 Contents Overview Device HA ........................................................................................................................................... 759 Cloud CNM ........................................................................................................................................ 766 System .................................................................................................................................................. 774 Log and Report ................................................................................................................................... 835 File Manager ....................................................................................................................................... 848 Diagnostics ......................................................................................................................................... 863 Packet Flow Explore ........................................................................................................................... 882 Shutdown ............................................................................................................................................. 889 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 891 ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 5 Table of Contents ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 6 Table of Contents Document Conventions ......................................................................................................................3 Contents Overview .............................................................................................................................4 Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................6 Part I: User’s Guide.......................................................................................... 25 Chapter 1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................26 1.1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 26 1.1.1 Model Feature Differences .................................................................................................. 26 1.2 Registration at myZyxel .................................................................................................................. 27 1.2.1 Grace Period ......................................................................................................................... 27 1.2.2 Applications ........................................................................................................................... 27 1.3 Management Overview ................................................................................................................ 30 1.4 Web Configurator ........................................................................................................................... 31 1.4.1 Web Configurator Access .................................................................................................... 32 1.4.2 Web Configurator Screens Overview ................................................................................. 34 1.4.3 Navigation Panel .................................................................................................................. 38 1.4.4 Tables and Lists ...................................................................................................................... 46 Chapter 2 Initial Setup Wizard.............................................................................................................................49 2.1 Initial Setup Wizard Screens .......................................................................................................... 49 2.1.1 Internet Access Setup - WAN Interface ............................................................................. 49 2.1.2 Internet Access: Ethernet .................................................................................................... 50 2.1.3 Internet Access: PPPoE ......................................................................................................... 51 2.1.4 Internet Access: PPTP ........................................................................................................... 53 2.1.5 Internet Access: L2TP ............................................................................................................ 55 2.1.6 Internet Access Setup - Second WAN Interface ............................................................... 57 2.1.7 Internet Access: Congratulations ....................................................................................... 58 2.1.8 Date and Time Settings ........................................................................................................ 59 2.1.9 Register Device ..................................................................................................................... 59 2.1.10 Activate Service .................................................................................................................. 61 2.1.11 Service Settings .................................................................................................................... 62 2.1.12 Service Settings: SecuReporter .......................................................................................... 63 2.1.13 Wireless Settings: Management Mode ............................................................................. 64 Table of Contents 2.1.14 Wireless Settings: AP Controller ......................................................................................... 65 2.1.15 Wireless Settings: SSID & Security ...................................................................................... 65 2.1.16 Remote Management ...................................................................................................... 66 Chapter 3 Hardware, Interfaces and Zones......................................................................................................68 3.1 Hardware Overview ....................................................................................................................... 68 3.1.1 Front Panels ............................................................................................................................ 68 3.1.2 Rear Panels ............................................................................................................................ 70 3.2 Mounting ......................................................................................................................................... 71 3.2.1 Rack-mounting ...................................................................................................................... 71 3.2.2 Wall-mounting ....................................................................................................................... 72 3.3 Default Zones, Interfaces, and Ports ............................................................................................ 73 3.4 Stopping the Zyxel Device ............................................................................................................ 74 Chapter 4 Quick Setup Wizards..........................................................................................................................75 4.1 Quick Setup Overview ................................................................................................................... 75 4.2 WAN Interface Quick Setup .......................................................................................................... 76 4.2.1 Choose an Ethernet Interface ............................................................................................. 76 4.2.2 Select WAN Type ................................................................................................................... 77 4.2.3 Configure WAN IP Settings ................................................................................................... 77 4.2.4 ISP and WAN and ISP Connection Settings ........................................................................ 78 4.2.5 Quick Setup Interface Wizard: Summary ........................................................................... 81 4.3 VPN Setup Wizard ........................................................................................................................... 82 4.3.1 Welcome ................................................................................................................................ 82 4.3.2 VPN Setup Wizard: Wizard Type .......................................................................................... 83 4.3.3 VPN Express Wizard - Scenario ............................................................................................ 84 4.3.4 VPN Express Wizard - Configuration ................................................................................... 85 4.3.5 VPN Express Wizard - Summary ........................................................................................... 85 4.3.6 VPN Express Wizard - Finish .................................................................................................. 86 4.3.7 VPN Advanced Wizard - Scenario ..................................................................................... 87 4.3.8 VPN Advanced Wizard - Phase 1 Settings ........................................................................ 88 4.3.9 VPN Advanced Wizard - Phase 2 ....................................................................................... 90 4.3.10 VPN Advanced Wizard - Summary .................................................................................. 91 4.3.11 VPN Advanced Wizard - Finish ......................................................................................... 93 4.4 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Wizard: Wizard Type ............................................. 94 4.4.1 Configuration Provisioning Express Wizard - VPN Settings ............................................... 94 4.4.2 Configuration Provisioning VPN Express Wizard - Configuration .................................... 95 4.4.3 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Express Wizard - Summary ........................ 96 4.4.4 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Express Wizard - Finish ................................ 97 4.4.5 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Advanced Wizard - Scenario ................... 98 4.4.6 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Advanced Wizard - Phase 1 Settings ...... 99 ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 7 Table of Contents 4.4.7 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Advanced Wizard - Phase 2 .................. 100 4.4.8 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Advanced Wizard - Summary ................ 101 4.4.9 VPN Settings for Configuration Provisioning Advanced Wizard - Finish ....................... 104 4.5 VPN Settings for L2TP VPN Settings Wizard ................................................................................. 104 4.5.1 L2TP VPN Settings ................................................................................................................ 105 4.5.2 L2TP VPN Settings ................................................................................................................ 106 4.5.3 VPN Settings for L2TP VPN Setting Wizard - Summary .................................................... 106 4.5.4 VPN Settings for L2TP VPN Setting Wizard - Completed ................................................ 108 Chapter 5 Dashboard........................................................................................................................................109 5.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 109 5.1.1 What You Can Do in this Chapter ..................................................................................... 109 5.2 The General Screen ..................................................................................................................... 109 5.2.1 Device Information Screen ................................................................................................ 111 5.2.2 System Status Screen .......................................................................................................... 112 5.2.3 Tx/Rx Statistics ...................................................................................................................... 112 5.2.4 The Latest Logs Screen ....................................................................................................... 113 5.2.5 System Resources Screen ................................................................................................... 113 5.2.6 DHCP Table Screen ............................................................................................................. 114 5.2.7 Number of Login Users Screen ........................................................................................... 115 5.2.8 Current Login User ............................................................................................................... 116 5.2.9 VPN Status ............................................................................................................................ 116 5.2.10 SSL VPN Status .................................................................................................................... 117 5.3 The Advanced Threat Protection Screen .................................................................................. 117 Part II: Technical Reference......................................................................... 119 Chapter 6 Monitor..............................................................................................................................................120 6.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 120 6.1.1 What You Can Do in this Chapter ..................................................................................... 120 6.2 The Port Statistics Screen ............................................................................................................ 122 6.2.1 The Port Statistics Graph Screen ....................................................................................... 123 6.3 Interface Status Screen ................................................................................................................ 124 6.4 The Traffic Statistics Screen .......................................................................................................... 128 6.5 The Session Monitor Screen ........................................................................................................ 130 6.6 The Login Users Screen ................................................................................................................ 132 6.7 Dynamic Guest ............................................................................................................................ 134 6.8 IGMP Statistics ............................................................................................................................... 135 6.9 The DDNS Status Screen ............................................................................................................... 136 ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 8 Table of Contents 6.10 IP/MAC Binding ........................................................................................................................... 137 6.11 Cellular Status Screen ................................................................................................................ 137 6.11.1 More Information .............................................................................................................. 140 6.12 The UPnP Port Status Screen ..................................................................................................... 141 6.13 USB Storage Screen .................................................................................................................... 142 6.14 Ethernet Neighbor Screen ........................................................................................................ 143 6.15 FQDN Object Screen ................................................................................................................ 144 6.16 AP Information: AP List ............................................................................................................... 146 6.16.1 AP List: More Information ................................................................................................ 149 6.16.2 AP List: Config AP ............................................................................................................. 152 6.17 AP Information: Radio List .......................................................................................................... 154 6.17.1 Radio List: More Information ............................................................................................ 156 6.18 AP Information: Top N APs ........................................................................................................ 158 6.19 AP Information: Single AP .......................................................................................................... 159 6.20 ZyMesh ......................................................................................................................................... 160 6.21 SSID Info ....................................................................................................................................... 161 6.22 Station Info: Station List .............................................................................................................. 162 6.23 Station Info: Top N Stations ........................................................................................................ 162 6.24 Station Info: Single Station ......................................................................................................... 163 6.25 Detected Device ....................................................................................................................... 164 6.26 The Printer Status Screen ........................................................................................................... 165 6.27 The IPSec Screen ........................................................................................................................ 166 6.28 The SSL Screen ............................................................................................................................. 167 6.29 The L2TP over IPSec Screen ....................................................................................................... 168 6.30 The Content Filter Screen .......................................................................................................... 169 6.31 The App Patrol Screen ............................................................................................................... 170 6.32 The Anti-Malware Screen .......................................................................................................... 171 6.33 The Reputation Filter Screen ...................................................................................................... 174 6.34 The IDP Screen ............................................................................................................................ 175 6.35 The Email Security Screens ......................................................................................................... 177 6.35.1 Email Security Summary ................................................................................................... 177 6.35.2 The Email Security Status Screen ..................................................................................... 179 6.36 The Sandboxing Screen ............................................................................................................. 181 6.37 The SSL Inspection Screens ........................................................................................................ 182 6.37.1 Certificate Cache List ....................................................................................................... 183 6.38 Log Screens ................................................................................................................................. 184 6.38.1 View Log ............................................................................................................................ 184 6.38.2 View AP Log ....................................................................................................................... 186 Chapter 7 Licensing...........................................................................................................................................189 7.1 Registration Overview .................................................................................................................. 189 7.1.1 What you Need to Know .................................................................................................... 189 ZyWALL USG FLEX Series User’s Guide 9 Table of Contents 7.1.2 Registration Screen ............................................................................................................. 189 7.1.3 Service Screen ..................................................................................................................... 190 7.2 Signature Update ......................................................................................................................... 192 7.2.1 What you Need to Know .................................................................................................... 192 7.2.2 The Signature Screen .......................................................................................................... 192 7.2.3 Auto Update ........................................................................................................................ 193 Chapter 8 Wireless .............................................................................................................................................194 8.1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 194 8.1.1 What You Can Do in this Chapter ..................................................................................... 194 8.2 Controller Screen ........................................................................................................................ 194 8.3 AP Management Screens ........................................................................................................... 195 8.3.1 Mgnt.

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