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Jun
14
DrayTek Weekly Update 14 June 2018
Posted by Roy Panetta on 14 June 2018 12:11 PM

Upcoming Webinar

Free WebinarRouting in DrayTek Routers (Part 1)

Tuesday 19 June 2018

10:00AM – 10:45 AM (AEST)

You are invited to attend our next webinar presentation where we will look at the topic: Routing in DrayTek Routers (Part 1).

The presentation gives an overview of some aspects of routing in DrayTek routers. This is the first part in a 2-part series of webinars.

It will also include a discussion of IP basics covering various aspects of IP addressing. Also included is an explanation what is routing and what is involved in routing. As well as at the different type of routes used and how they apply to DrayTek routers

There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the webinar.

To find out more, please join us for this interesting webinar.

webinar

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Latest Application Notes

VPN

How to establish VPN connection between a Vigor Router and Google Cloud Platform?

This application note describes how to establish a VPN connection between a Vigor router and the Google platform to transfer files and manage data.

Click here to read the application note.

WLAN

How to isolate SSID between 2.4G and 5G?

This application note shows the setting required to isolate WLAN clients who are on different frequency bands.

Click here to read the application note.

Management

[Vigor3900] How to use Auto Configuration Backup function?

This application note shows how to configure the router to automatically backup its configuration file to its storage automatically according to a schedule. This applies to Vigor3900, Vigor2960 and Vigor300B routers running firmware version 1.40 and above.

Click here to read the application note.

[Vigor3900] How to apply Let's Encrypt certificate?

This document shows how to apply “Let's Encrypt Certificate” on Vigor3900. This applies to Vigor3900/2960 routers running firmware versions 1.4.0 and above.

Click here to read the application note.

[Vigor3900] How to use DrayDDNS?

DrayDDNS is now supported in Vigor3900/2960 and 300B routers running firmware version 1.4.0 and above. This application note shows how to configure the Vigor router for DrayDDNS service. 

Click here to read the application note.

 

WAN

[Vigor3900] How to Bridge LAN networks over GRE Tunnel between two Vigor3900s?

Since firmware version 1.4.0, Vigor3900 and Vigor2960 now support bridging local network to another remote network by using GRE tunnel.

This application note describes a configuration example.

Click here to read the application note.

 

Firmware Updates

Vigor2952 Series V3.8.9.1

Improvements

  • Corrected: The settings in APP Enforcement Profiles were messed up, after upgrading the firmware to Version 3.8.9.

           Suggestion: Choose one of the following methods to upgrade the router firmware.

                - Upgrade the firmware from the old version to new version (V3.8.9.1) directly.

                - Upgrade the firmware to V3.8.9 by using “x.all”. Do not modify the APP profile configuration and then upgrade the firmware to 3.8.9.1.

  • Corrected: When enabling Data Flow Monitor, Bandwidth Limit and Dynamic DNS Setup, the system would reboot after logging into web user interface.
  • Corrected: Vigor router reboot randomly due to incompliant with TR-069 server.

Click here to download firmware.

 

Vigor130 V3.8.3

Improvements

  • Support a telnet command to switch the DSL mode.
  • Web page modification to meet the GDPR.
  • The FTP, HTTP, Telnet and SSH options can be enabled/disabled in System Maintenance>>Management.

Click here to download firmware.

VigorAP 902 V1.2.4

Improvements

  • Web page modification to meet the GDPR.
  • Fixed unable to set AP Assisted Client Roaming via VigorACS.
  • Fixed unable to get full wireless client list on 5GHz and display on VigorACS dashboard.
  • Fixed unable to read the correct time settings from VigorACS (Configuration>>System>>Time Settings).
  • Fixed unable to read the TR-069 username setting from VigorACS (Configuration>>System>>TR069 Settings).

Click here to download firmware.

 

VigorAP 810 V1.2.4

Improvement

  • Web page modification to meet the GDPR.
  • Fixed unable to set AP Assisted Client Roaming via VigorACS.
  • Fixed unable to get full wireless client list on 5GHz and display on VigorACS dashboard.
  • Fixed unable to read the correct time settings from VigorACS (Configuration>>System>>Time Settings).
  • Fixed unable to read the TR-069 username setting from VigorACS (Configuration>>System>>TR069 Settings).

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Jun
7
DrayTek Weekly Update 7 June 2018
Posted by Roy Panetta on 07 June 2018 01:17 PM

Upcoming Webinar

Free WebinarRouting in DrayTek Routers (Part 1)

Tuesday 19 June 2018

10:00AM – 10:45 AM (AEST)

You are invited to attend our next webinar presentation where we will look at the topic: Routing in DrayTek Routers (Part 1).

The presentation gives an overview of some aspects of routing in DrayTek routers. This is the first part in a 2-part series of webinars.

It will also include a discussion of IP basics covering various aspects of IP addressing. Also included is an explanation what is routing and what is involved in routing. As well as at the different type of routes used and how they apply to DrayTek routers

There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the webinar.

To find out more, please join us for this interesting webinar.

webinar

Click here to register for this webinar.

 

Latest Application Note

NBN

TPG NBN HFC settings in Draytek Routers

This application note describes the configuration of DrayTek Vigor broadband routers when used with TPG HFC NBN connection.

Click here to read the application note.

 

Firmware Updates

Vigor2762 v3.8.9

Improvements

  • Add a message to notify the users when they try to turn off LAN port /USB port / LED / Buttons in System Maintenance>>Panel Control.
  • Modifications on Hotspot Web Portal function to meet GDPR.
  • The Router Name (set in System Maintenance>>Management) can be used as L2TP Client’s Host name.
  • Fixed Bind IP to MAC did not allow setting up more than 300 entries.

For a complete list refer to the release notes available from the download link below.

Click here to download firmware.

 

Vigor2860 v3.8.9

New Features

  • DrayOS IKEv1 IPSec XAuth for the security of network connection.
  • Send hotspot log via syslog (Hotspot Web Portal >> Users Information >>Database Setup).

Improvements

  • Increase X.509 Certificate import size.
  • Support SSL/TLS authentication for Local 802.1X (Applications>>Local 802.1X General Setup).
  • Support Diffie-Hellman group 19 as Proposal setting on VPN and Remote Access>>VPN Profiles.
  • Add backup/restore buttons to VPN and Remote Access>>Remote Dial-in User.

For a complete list refer to the release notes available from the download link below.

Click here to download firmware.

 

Vigor2862 v3.8.9

New Features

  • Support VigorACS 2 (firmware version:2.3.0).
  • DrayOS IKEv1 IPSec XAuth for the security of network connection.
  • Support certificate service offered by “Let’s Encrypt”.
  • Add AP-assisted Client Roaming settings on Central Management>>AP>>WLAN Profile.
  • Support SMS One Time Password (OTP) for VPN / Remote Management (2FA, two factor authentication).
  • Support Full Bridge mode for WAN connection.

Improvement

  • Support multi-gateway in LAN subnet.
  • Support Country Object option in Firewall>>Edit Filter Set>>Edit Filter Rule.
  • Support IKEv2 ECDH Group 19, 20 and 21 in VPN and Remote Access>>LAN to LAN.
  • Support Diffie-Hellman group 19 as Proposal setting on VPN and Remote Access>>LAN to LAN VPN Profiles.
  • Support SSL/TLS authentication for Local 802.1X (Applications>>Local 802.1X General Setup).

For a complete list refer to the release notes available from the download link below.

Click here to download firmware.

 

Vigor2925 v3.8.9

New Features

  • DrayOS IKEv1 IPSec XAuth for the security of network connection.
  • Support SMS One Time Password (OTP) for VPN / Remote Management (2FA, two factor authentication).
  • Send hotspot log via syslog (Hotspot Web Portal >> Users Information >>Database Setup).

Improvement

  • Increase X.509 Certificate import size.
  • Support SSL/TLS authentication for Local 802.1X (Applications>>Local 802.1X General Setup).
  • Support Diffie-Hellman group 19 as Proposal setting on VPN and Remote Access>>VPN Profiles
  • Add backup/restore buttons to VPN and Remote Access>>Remote Dial-in User.

For a complete list refer to the release notes available from the download link below.

Click here to download firmware.

 

Vigor2926 v3.8.9

New Features

  • Support VigorACS 2 (firmware version:2.3.0).
  • DrayOS IKEv1 IPSec XAuth for the security of network connection.
  • Support certificate service offered by “Let’s Encrypt”.
  • Support SMS One Time Password (OTP) for VPN / Remote Management (2FA, two factor authentication).
  • Add an Advanced button to offer more direction options in firewall rule (Firewall>>Edit Filter Set>>Edit Filter Rule).

Improvement

  • Support multi-gateway in LAN subnet.
  • Support Country Object option in Firewall>>Edit Filter Set>>Edit Filter Rule.
  • Support IKEv2 ECDH Group 19, 20 and 21 in VPN and Remote
  • Access>>LAN to LAN.
  • Support Diffie-Hellman group 19 as Proposal setting on VPN and Remote Access>>LAN to LAN VPN Profiles.
  • Support SSL/TLS authentication for Local 802.1X (Applications>>Local 802.1X General Setup).
  • Add country object

For a complete list refer to the release notes available from the download link below.

Click here to download firmware.

 

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May
30
Weekly Update 30 May 2018
Posted by Roy Panetta on 30 May 2018 11:30 AM

Upcoming Webinar

Introduction to Structured Cabling Principals and DINTEK Cabling Systems (Part 3) 

Tuesday 5nd June 2018 at 10:00 am (AEST)

Duration 45 Minutes

You are invited to attend our next DINTEK training webinar where we will continue from part 2 in our series where we looked at structured cabling subsystems starting with the entrance facilities. In this webinar we will be looking at the next subsystems which are: equipment rooms, telecommunications rooms, and the backbone cabling uses to connect these areas together.

There will be time to ask questions at the end of the presentation.

I hope you will be able to attend this interesting webinar.

Webinar

Click here to register for this webinar. 

Latest Video

How to Control Internet Access with User Management in DrayTek Routers

In this Video, we show how to configure the router so that users will need to login to the router to get Internet access. Access to Internet sites for each user or user group is controlled by the use of User Management and firewall rules.

video

Click here to watch the video.

Latest Application Notes

Security

Security Alert - CSRF Vulnerability and how to Prevent Attacks

This application note provides some information on the CSRF security alert and how to to check if your router has been compromised. It also includes suggested settings to improve router security and were to download updated firmware that addresses this security issue.

Click here to read the application note.

WAN

Enabling Ethernet WAN Traffic Shaping in DrayTek Routers

This application note provides a suggested setting to enable WAN traffic shaping for installations where the service provider requires the customer to throttle outgoing traffic so that it does not exceed speed of the service, eg 50/50 Ethernet service.

Click here to read the application note.

NAT

[Vigor3900] How to set DMZ Host?

This application note shows how to configure DMZ Host in the Vigor3900 router Vigor3900 so that incoming traffic on particular ports go to specific IP address/port of a host on the LAN.

Click here to read the application note.

VPN

How many VPN connections does DrayTek router support?

This application note provides a table of all DrayTek routers and the number of VPN tunnels they each support.

Click here to read the application note.

How to establish VPN connection from macOS/iOS/Windows to Vigor3900 via IKEv2 EAP

Vigor3900 supports IKEv2 with EAP authentication since firmware version 1.4.0. VPN connection security is enhanced by username/password authentication and certificate verification. This article is going to demonstrate IKEv2 with EAP connection between Vigor3900 and macOS/iOS/Windows native VPN client.

Click here to read the application note.

VigorACS 2

How to show VigorAP and VigorSwitch as sub-device behind the Vigor Router on Network tree view.

This application note shows how to use a new feature in VigorACS 2 version 2.30 ACS 2 that allows the VigorAP or VigorSwitch to be shown as sub-device behind the Vigor Router on Network tree view.

Click here to read the application note.

Latest Firmware

DrayTek have released firmware which has a critical update to address the CSRF security vulnerability.

Updated firmware can be downloaded from:

https://www.draytek.com/en/download/firmware/

and ftp://ftp.draytek.com/

Router Models covered are:

Vigor2120, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2133, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2760D, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2762, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2832, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2860, version 3.8.8

Vigor2862, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2862B, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2912, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2925, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2926, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2952, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor3200, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor3220, version 3.8.8.2

VigorBX2000, version 3.8.1.9

Vigor2830nv2, version 3.8.8.2

Vigro2830, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2850, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2920, version 3.8.8.2

Vigor2700, version 2.8.6

Vigor2700ge, version 2.8.6

Vigor2820, version 3.7.2

Vigor120_V2, version 3.7.2

Vigor2110, version 3.7.2

Vigor2710, version 3.7.2

Vigor2710e, version 3.7.2

Vigor2710ne, version 3.7.2

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May
21
DrayTek Update 22 May 2018
Posted by Roy Panetta on 21 May 2018 11:28 AM

Security Alert

CSRF Vulnerability

DrayTek has become aware of new attacks against web-enabled devices, including DrayTek routers.

In some circumstances, it may be possible for an attacker to intercept or create an administration session and change settings on your router. The reports appear to show that DNS settings are being altered.

To check if your router has been compromised, look at the DNS and DHCP settings on your router.   If you have a router supporting multiple LAN subnets, check the settings for each subnet.  Your DNS settings should be either blank, set to the correct DNS server addresses from your ISP or DNS server addresses of a server which you have set (e.g. Google 8.8.8.8).

If you see a rogue DNS server setting of 38.134.121.95 – it means that your router settings have been changed.  In this case you can correct the changes or restore the router configuration from the last good known backup configuration. 

Note that the IP address 38.134.121.95 may not be the only rouge address and so, if you find any DNS IP that is different to your own setting, you should either upgrade the firmware or adjust security settings as described below.

DrayTek has now released new firmware that addresses this security vulnerability. The firmware can be downloaded from: https://www.draytek.com/en/download/firmware/

Updated firmware with the security fix listed below:

  • Vigor2120, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2133, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2760D, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2762, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2832, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2860, version 3.8.8
  • Vigor2862, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2862B, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2912, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2925, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2926, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2952, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor3200, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor3220, version 3.8.8.2
  • VigorBX2000, version 3.8.1.9
  • Vigor2830nv2, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigro2830, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2850, version 3.8.8.2
  • Vigor2920, version 3.8.8.2

Click here to download latest firmware.

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May
17
Weekly Update 17 May 2018
Posted by Roy Panetta on 17 May 2018 02:23 PM

Upcoming Webinar

Free Webinar: Introduction to Structured Cabling Principals and DINTEK Cabling System (Part 2) - Entrance Facilities and Optic Fibre

Tuesday 22 May 2018

10:00AM – 10:45 AM (AEST)

You are invited to attend our next DINTEK training webinar where we will continue from part 1 in our webinar series and go into more detail with structured cabling subsystems, starting with the entrance failities. It will also include background information optic fibre and DINTEK optic fibre products.

There will be time to ask questions at the end of the presentation.

I hope you will be able to attend this interesting webinar.

 

webinar

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Updated Utility

Smart VPN Client V4.3.4

New Features

  • Allow the user to run SmartVPN Client and establish the VPN tunnel using Windows User Level Account. Note that the SmartVPN Client should be installed using Windows Admin Level Account first.

Click here to download 

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May
10
DrayTek Weekly Update 10 May 2018
Posted by Roy Panetta on 10 May 2018 10:03 AM

Upcoming Webinar

Free Webinar – DrayTek VPN Solutions

Tuesday 15 May 2018

10:00AM – 10:45 AM (AEST)

You are invited to attend our next webinar presentation where we will discuss DrayTek VPN Solutions.

The presentation gives an overview of DrayTek VPN Solutions. It will include a description of the different types of VPN’s available and its uses as well as the protocols used and how they apply to DrayTek routers.

It will also include a discussion of available software tools to simplify creation of LAN to LAN VPN tunnels and its management There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the webinar.

To find out more, please join us for this interesting webinar.

webinar

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