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 ADSL/ADSL2+ and Broadband Router Draytek 2820 router firewall
Dual-WAN ports for ADSL or cable modem or both
3G (Cellular) Modem support
Comprehensive and Robust Firewall


Twin VoIP ports with PSTN passthrough ('V' models only)
Content Filtering (by matched keyword or data type)
SurfControl Web Site Category Filtering
Ethernet and WLAN Virtual LAN segmentation (common/distinct)
Configurable QoS Features (For traffic prioritisation)
VPN Dial-in/dial-out with VPN hardware co-processor
802.11n Draft 2.0 Wireless LAN ('n' models only)
Gigabit Ethernet LAN Port for LAN Server connectivity
USB Port for Printer or 3G Modem
Highly configurable but easy to install and monitor

Overview


Vigor 2830 Series ADSL Router Firewall
The Vigor 2830 series is DrayTek's latest premium ADSL and broadband router/firewall family, featuring an entirely new stylish case design and new DrayOS 3 operating system. Packed with features, the Vigor 2830 offers truly comprehensive ADSL connetivity and security.vigor 2820 schematic

Compatible with all variants of ADSL (include ADSLMax and ADSL2+) the Vigor 2830 can also be used for cable-modem and leased line applications thanks to its additional WAN port (Ethernet). A Gigabit Ethernet port on the WAN side provides high speed connectivity for your server (or uplink to a larger Ethernet Switch). Security features include content filtering, web application controls and a new object based firewall management system.
 
Robust & Comprehensive Firewall
As with previous DrayTek firewalls, security is taken seriously on the Vigor 2830 Series. The firewall features measures for protection against attacks including DoS (Denial of Service) attacks, IP-based attacks and access by unauthorised remote systems. Wireless, Ethernet and VPN are also protected by various protection systems (see later). A new DrayTek object-based firewall allows even more setup flexibility than ever, enabling you to create combinations of users, rules and restrictions to suit multi-departmental organisations.

Content control features of the firewall allow you to set restrictions on web site access, blocking download of certain file types, blocking specific web sites, blocking IM/P2P applications or other potentially harmful or wasteful content. Using the SurfControl site categorisations enable you to block whole categories of web sites (e.g. gambling, pornography etc.), subject to subscription

Dual-WAN Load Balancing & Backup
As well as the primary ADSL interface, the Vigor 2830 features a secondary WAN port for Internet access. This is an Ethernet interface and can connect to a second ADSL modem, cable modem or any other Ethernet-based Internet feed. The secondary interface can be used either for WAN-Backup or load balancing.

WAN-Backup provides contingenry (redunancy) in case of your primary ADSL line or ISP suffering temporary outage). Internet Traffic will be temporarily routed via the secondary Internet access. When normal services is restored to your primary ADSL line, all traffic is switch back to that.

If you don't have ADSL, the Ethernet WAN port can instead be used as your primary/only Internet connection (using NAT) so the same router can be used for either ADSL or Ethernet Internet connections.

The USB port provides an alternative connection method (Firmware Upgradable) for Internet backup by connecting to a compatible USB modem (or cellphone) for access to the high speed 3G cellular networks from UK providers such as Vodafone, Orange, 3 and T-Mobile. If you don't have ADSL at all, the USB/3G access method can be used as your primary/only Internet connection, ideal for temporary locations, mobile applications or where broadband access is not available.

Note : For WAN2 you can use either a Ethernet or USB 3G connection but not both at the same time.

Wireless details


Wireless LAN ('n' models only)
The Vigor 2830 Series features the latest 802.11n Draft 2.0 wireless LAN specification and has been certified by the WiFi alliance for cross compatibility and WiFi compliance (including WPA/WPA2 and WMM).

802.11n Draft 2.0 provides a total wireless bandwidth of up to 300Mb/s using new methods such as packet aggregation and channel bonding. Throughput depends on your own environment (factors such as obstructions, number of hosts and distance all make a significant difference), but actual transfer speeds of 100Mb/s are achievable (based on our real world tests). In addition, 802.11n Draft 2.0 provides greater coverage and resilience to interference compared to previous wireless standards thanks to the MIMO technology and the Vigor's triple-antennae diversity arrangement. This offset arrangement of aerials provides offset paths between hosts so that interference can be overcome.

Wireless Security is comprehensive too; the Vigor 2830 Series provides several independent levels of security including encryption (up to WPA2), authentication (802.11x) and methods such as MAC address locking and DHCP fixing to restrict access to authorised users only. The Web interface lets you see how many and which clients are currently connected as well as their current bandwidth usage. An 'instant' block lets you disconnect a wireless user temporarily in case of query. The Wireless VLAN facility allows you to isolate wireless clients from each other or from the 'wired' LAN.

The Multiple SSID features enables you to have up to four distinct or common virtual wireless access points. For example, you could have one for company usage, with access to your company LAN and another for public access which allows internet surfing only. Setting up wireless security is made easier thanks to the WPS feature (WiFi protected setup) whereby your client PC can get it's security keys by pressing a button on the front of the router.

Your laptop PC's built-in wireless may not support 802.11n Draft 2.0 wireless, in which case you will need to add a new wireless LAN interface such as the Vigor N61 USB adaptor. Click on 'accessories' for details.

For specialist or more demanding coverage applications, optional aerials can be used with the Vigor 2830 to potentially increase the range of wireless coverage (depending on enviroment) or provide directional coverage in order that your wireless transmission is focussed and concentrated into one direction only, for example into a room or across open space. With the increasing popularity of wireless LANs, you will want to choose the least congested wireless channel (Nos. 1-13) for yours. The Vigor can scan and provide a list of all devices in the vicinity so that you can choose the best channel (see screenshot below).

    802.11n Compliant (Draft 2.0)
    WiFi Alliance Approved
    Latest 'MIMO' Technology with three aerials (2T3R)
    Packet Aggregation and Channel Bonding
    Optional Higher Gain or directional aerials available - Click Here.
    Also Compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g Standards
    Active Client list in Web Interface
    Wireless LAN Isolation (from each other and/or wired LAN)
    64/128-bit WEP Encryption
    WPA/WPA2 Encryption
    WPS - WiFi Protected Setup for client security setup - (Firmware Upgradable, ETA April 2008)
    Switchable Hidden SSID
    Restricted access list for clients (by MAC address)
    Time Scheduling (WLAN can be disabled at certain times of day)
    Access Point Discovery
    WDS (Wireless Distribution system) for Bridging and Repeating
    802.1x Radius Authentication
    Wireless Rate-Control
    Automatic Power Management
    802.11e WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia)

WDS


Wireless LAN WDS Facility
Vigor 2830 'n' models support a system called WDS (Wireless Distribution System) which enables you to use the wireless capability to bridge to another network, within wireless range. You need an additional compatible wireless router for this of course. Here is a simple example:
2820 WDS
With WDS bridging, both networks should be within the same logical IP subnet (IP address range). Once set up, all of the PCs on both sides of the link can access each other, across the wireless bridge. Local wireless devices such as a laptop can continue to use their local access point.
2820 WDS
An additional mode, as shown above, called 'repeating', allows you to set up a third station. In the diagram below, the router at 'B' is set up in repeating mode, relaying traffic between LANs at A and C. Therefore, all three physical networks can communicate with each other over the wireless links.

VOIP


Voice-over-IP Features ('V' Models Only)
The Vigor 2830 Series 'V' models build on the established DrayTek VoIP pedigree by adding even more new feaures. Twin analogue phone ports and an FXO analogue line port provide full PSTN and VoIP integration on the same phones, via both the Internet and your regular analogue line. The two phones can be used independently and simultaneously for both incoming and outgoing calls. 2820 analogue adaptor

As well as the two telephone ports, a third port, the FXO (Line) port, connects into your regular analogue line (PSTN/POTS*). This then gives the telephones access to your analogue line to allow you to make calls as well as your VoIP facility (you can select the PSTN line instead of VoIP by dialling #0). Incoming calls are automatically switched through to your telephone(s) (either one or both) so that each phone can be used for both VoIP and POTS calls. Both telephones plugged into your router have access to VoIP and your analogue line. In addition, using the 'Digit-Map' facility you can set rules about particular call destinations using either the POTS line or your SIP/VoIP service. For example, local calls can be routed via your PSTN line (if you have a free calls package for example) whereas international calls can go via your preferred VoIP provider; there is flexibility to have several digit-map rules.
2820 voip 
The above diagram should be used as a working schematic only, rather than an exact representation of the unit's connectivity and should be viewed with these notes: Of the two ISDN ports (available on 'S' models only), ISDN Port 1 can be configured either as a TE Port, that is, for connecting into an ISDN2e/Highway line or configured as an S0 Bus for local connection to ISDN telephones or other compatible ISDN equipment. ISDN Port 2 is permanently configured as an Internal S0 Bus. The USB port can be used for a compatible 3G modem or a shared compatible printer connection. The secondary WAN Port ('WAN2') can be used for connection to any Ethernet feed for load balancing or Internet backup. You cannot use both WAN2(Ethernet) and USB for 3G at the same time. The LAN Ports are not shown on this diagram.

*POTS = Plain Old Telephone Service - The traditional analogue phone voice line in your home/office, e.g. B.T. That line may also be carrying your ADSL data signal.

    VoIP Features ('V' Models only):
    Two 'FXS' Phone Ports
    One 'FXO' Line Port for connection to analogue (POTS) line
    Automatic phone switch-over for incoming calls on either PSTN or VoIP
    Hotline (Dial preset number when handset lifted)
    Digit-Map facility for LCR selection
    Protocols: SIP, RTP / RTCP
    12 SIP Registrar Accounts (for up to 12 VoIP providers)
    G.168 Line Echo-cancellation
    Automatic Gain Control
    Jitter Buffer ( 125ms )
    Voice Codecs:
    G.711 A / µ Law
    G.723.1
    G.726
    G.729 A / B
    VAD / CNG
    Tone Generation: DTMF , Dial , Busy , Ring Back , Call Progress
    DTMF Transmission: In Band / Out Band ( RFC-2833 ) / SIP info
    FAX / Modem Support G.711 Pass-through
    T.38 for FAX
    Supplemental Services (Dependent on ITSP):
    Caller ID
    Call Hold / Retrieve
    Call Waiting
    Call Waiting with Caller ID
    Call Transfer
    Call Forwarding ( Always , On Busy and On No Answer )
    DND (Do not Disturb)
    Call Barring ( Incoming / Outgoing )
    MWI ( Message Waiting Indicator ) ( RFC-3842 )


3G


3G Cellular Data Features
The Vigor 2830 Series's USB port can host a compatible 3G modem or cellphone for access to the cellular network for full Internet Access. Most UK networks now provide high speed HSDPA data connections at up to 3.6Mb/s download speed. The 3G connection can be used as your primary/only Internet access, or as backup to your main ADSL line connection. This is not only ideal for homes or offices which don't want to pay fixed line + broadband rental, but also for temporary locations, or those to where fixed lines aren't available.

With the Wireless LAN equipped models of the Vigor 2830 series, your local users can be connected wirelessly to the router, so instant free 'hotspots' can be deployed quickly and easily. Mains power is required for the router's PSU, but this could be from a mobile generator or equivalent so you need to plan for this.

Supported 3G Modems / Phones

    Huawei E220 (As used by Vodafone, T-Mobile, 3)
    Huawei E226
    Huawei E270
    Huawei E272
    Huawei E172
    Nokia N70
    Nokia N95
    Nokia 6233
    Nokia N73
    Nokia E65
    Option Globesurfer iCon
    Option Globesurfer iCcon 7.2
    Sierra Aircard 876u
    Sierra 875U
    Telstra HSDPA USB Modem
    4G System XSPlug P3
    MomoDesign MD-@
    Benq EF91
    LG U8380
    Telstra Next G 3G USB
    Bandrich Bandluxe C100
    Bandrich Bandluxe C100S
    Bandrich Bandluxe C120
    Amoi H01
    Aiko 76E
    BigPond Next G
    C-Motech D-50
    ASUS T500 Modem
    Zapp Telemodem Z020
    ZTE AC8700 3G
    ZTE MF622

A USB connection cable is required for your phone (not supplied).
        
The Vigor 2830 and 3G cellular modem setup is ideal for:

Backup to your primary Internet feed (ADSL, cable etc.)
Providing lower cost broadband than a fixed line solution
Areas without fixed line broadband access
Compatible with a wide range of 3G modems/phones
Temporary Locations
Mobile Homes
Locations on the move - coaches, trains
Fairgrounds & temporary exhibitions
Outdoor locations (the router and modem itself must be indoors!)
Disaster Planning & High Availability

ISDN



ISDN Features ('S' Models Only)
The Vigor 2830 Series features ISDN interface equipped models which provide connectivity to ISDN BRI lines (ISDN2e, BT Highway) for Internet access (either primary or backup) and also internal S0-Buses for connection of ISDN digital telephone sets. Even without an external ISDN line, this gives you additional VoIP telephone capacity as both ISDN ports can be configured as internal buses with two phones connected to each port (each ISDN S0 bus is full 2B+D).

    Two ISDN Ports : One fixed S0 Internal bus & One Switchable External Trunk/Internal S0
    Compatible with ISDN2e lines (PtMP/BRI only)
    Ideal for ISDN Backup to main Internet connectivity
    Dial-on-Demand for primary ISDN Internet connection or ADSL backup
    Internal powered S0 Bus allowing connection of ISDN telephone sets
    RJ-45 S/T Interfaces
    ISDN Loop-Through
    ISDN On-net / Off-net
    Euro ISDN Compatible
    Support 64 / 128Kbps ( Multilink-PPP)
    BoD ( Bandwidth on Demand )
    Remote Dial-In / LAN-to-LAN Connection
    Remote Activation (Dial back on ISDN Caller ID recognition)
    ISDN Port Passthrough During Power Cut

draytek router
The above diagram should be used as a working schematic only, rather than an exact representation of the unit's connectivity and should be viewed with these notes: Of the two ISDN ports, ISDN Port 1 can be configured either as a TE Port, that is, for connecting into an ISDN2e/Highway line or configured as an S0 Bus for local connection to ISDN telephones or other compatible ISDN equipment. ISDN Port 2 is permanently configured as an Internal S0 Bus. The USB port can be used for a compatible 3G modem or a shared compatible printer connection. The secondary WAN Port ('WAN2') can be used for connection to any Ethernet feed for load balancing or Internet backup. The LAN Ports are not shown on this diagram. ISDN ports are only available on 'S' models. VoIP ports are only available on 'V' models.

Specifications



Vigor 2830 Series Detailed Specification draytek enterprise product

Physical Interfaces:
LAN Ports (Switch)
1 X Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mb/s) Ports
3 X Megabit (100Mb/s) Ports
Port-Based VLAN (Inclusive/Exclusive Groups)
WAN Ports:
ADSL Port Compliant with:
ANSI T1.413 Issue2
ITU-T G.992.1 G.dmt (ADSL)
ITU-T G.992.2 G.lite
ITU-T G.992.3 ADSL2
ITU-T G.992.5 ADSL2+
Annex L (READSL)
Annex M

Secondary WAN Port : 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet for load balance and WAN failover
USB Port for 3G Cellular Modem or Printer
VoIP: 2-port FXS Phone Ports (Vigor2830 'V' models only)
ISDN: 2-Ports. One fixed S0, one configurable NT / TE mode ('S' model only)

Load Balance/Failover Features:
Outbound Policy-Based Load-Balance
WAN Connection Fail-over
BoD (Bandwidth on Demand)

Vigor 2830 ATM Protocols (DSL):
RFC-2684/RFC-1483 Multiple Protocol over AAL5
RFC-2516 PPP over Ethernet
RFC-2364 PPP over AAL5
PPPoE pass through LAN/WLAN
PPPoE/PPPoA Relay
Transparent bridge for MPoA
Multiple PVC support for Triple Play Applications (up to 8 simultaneous)

Wireless LAN Features ('n' Models Only):
802.11n Compliant (Draft 2.0)
Latest 'MIMO' Technology with three aerials (2T3R)
Multiple SSID : Create up to 4 virtual wireless LANs (independent or joined)
Packet Aggregation and Channel Bonding
Optional Higher Gain or directional aerials available - Click Here.
Compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g Standards
Active Client list in Web Interface
Wireless LAN Isolation (from VLAN groups and wired Ethernet interfaces)
64/128-bit WEP Encryption
WPA/WPA2 Encryption
Switchable Hidden SSID
Restricted access list for clients (by MAC address)
Time Scheduling (WLAN can be disabled at certain times of day)
Access Point Discovery
WDS (Wireless Distribution system) for WLAN Bridging and Repeating (Firmware Upgradable)
802.1x Radius Authentication
Wireless Rate-Control
Automatic Power Management
802.11e WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia)
VoIP Features (Vigor2830 'V' Models only):
Protocols: SIP, RTP / RTCP
12 SIP Registrar Accounts (for up to 12 VoIP providers)
Line port for PSTN Passthrough (integrates POTS line)
Auto-fallback to PSTN under power/Internet failure
G.168 Line Echo-cancellation
Automatic Gain Control
Jitter Buffer ( 125ms )

Voice Codecs:
G.711 A / µ Law
G.723.1
G.726
G.729 A / B
VAD / CNG
Tone Generation: DTMF , Dial , Busy , Ring Back , Call Progress
DTMF Transmission: In Band / Out Band ( RFC-2833 ) / SIP info
FAX / Modem Support G.711 Pass-through
T.38 for FAX

Supplemental Services:
Caller ID
Call Hold / Retrieve
Call Waiting
Call Waiting with Caller ID
Call Transfer
Call Forwarding ( Always , On Busy and On No Answer )
DND (Do not Disturb)
Call Barring ( Incoming / Outgoing )
MWI ( Message Waiting Indicator ) ( RFC-3842 )
Hotline (Dial preset number when handset lifted)

ISDN Features (Vigor2830 'S' Model Only):
RJ-45 S/T Interfaces
ISDN Loop-Through
ISDN On-net / Off-net
Euro ISDN Compatible
Automatic ISDN Backup for Internet Access
Support 64 / 128Kbps ( Multilink-PPP)
BoD ( Bandwidth on Demand )
Remote Dial-In / LAN-to-LAN Connection
Remote Activation (Dial back on ISDN Caller ID recognition)
ISDN Port Passthrough During Power Cut

WAN Protocols (Ethernet):
DHCP Client
Static IP
PPPoE
PPTP
L2TP *
BPA

Firewall & Security Features:
CSM (Content Security Management):
URL Keyword Filtering - Whitelist or Blacklist specific sites or keywords in URLs
Surfcontrol Support - Block Web sites by category (subject to subscription)
Prevent accessing of web sites by using their direct IP address (thus URLs only)
Blocking automatic download of Java applets and ActiveX controls
Blocking of web site cookies
Block http downloads of file types :
Binary Executable : .EXE / .COM / .BAT / .SCR / .PIF
Compressed : .ZIP / .SIT / .ARC / .CAB/. ARJ / .RAR
Multimedia : .MOV / .MP3 / .MPEG / .MPG / .WMV / .WAV / .RAM / .RA / .RM / .AVI / .AU
Time Schedules for enabling/disabling the restrictions
Block P2P (Peer-to-Peer) file sharing programs (e.g. Kazza, WinMX etc. )
Block Instant Messaging programs (e.g. IRC, MSN/Yahoo Messenger etc.)
Multi-NAT, DMZ Host
Port Redirection and Open Port Configuration
Policy-Based Firewall
MAC Address Filter
SPI ( Stateful Packet Inspection ) with new FlowTrack Mechanism
DoS / DDoS Protection
IP Address Anti-spoofing
E-Mail Alert and Logging via Syslog
Bind IP to MAC Address
Bandwidth Management:
QoS
Guaranteed Bandwidth for VoIP
Class-based Bandwidth Guarantee by User-Defined Traffic Categories
DiffServ Code Point Classifying
4-level Priority for each Direction (Inbound / Outbound)
Bandwidth Borrowed
Temporary (5 minute) Quick Blocking of any LAN Client
Bandwidth / Session Limitation
Network/Router Management:
Web-Based User Interface (HTTP / HTTPS)
CLI ( Command Line Interface ) / Telnet / SSH*
Administration Access Control
Configuration Backup / Restore
Built-in Diagnostic Function
Firmware Upgrade via TFTP / FTP
Logging via Syslog
SNMP Management with MIB-II
TR-069
TR-104

VPN Facilities:
Up to 32 Concurrent VPN Tunnels (incoming or outgoing)
Tunnelling Protocols: PPTP, IPSec, L2TP, L2TP over IPSec
IPSec Main and Agressive modes
Encryption : MPPE and Hardware-Based AES / DES / 3DES
Authentication : Hardware-Based MD5 and SHA-1
IKE Authentication : Pre-shared Key and X.509 Digital Signature
LAN-to-LAN & Teleworker-to-LAN connectivity
DHCP over IPSec
NAT-Traversal ( NAT-T )
Dead Peer Detection (DPD)
VPN Pass-Through

Network Features:
DHCP Client / Relay / Server
Dynamic DNS
NTP Client (Syncrhonise Router Time)
Call Scheduling (Enable/Trigger Internet Access by Time)
RADIUS Client
DNS Cache / Proxy
Microsoft™ UPnP Support

Routing Protocols:
Static Routing
RIP V2

Operating Requirements:
Rack Mountable (Optional Vigor 2830 mounting bracket required)
Wall Mountable
Temperature Operating : 0°C ~ 45°C
Storage : -25°C ~ 70°C
Humidity 10% ~ 90% (non-condensing)
Power Consumption: 18 Watt Max.
Dimensions: L240.96 * W165.07 * H43.96 ( mm )
Operating Power: DC 15V (via external PSU, supplied)
Warranty : Two (2) Years RTB
Power Requirements : 220-240VAC


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