Call us: +61 2 9838 8899
FAX: +61 2 9838 8818

Blog

HomeHome»What’s New»Blog

Deployment examples of Vigor2952P – business level router with PoE ports

 

1 x Gigabit Ethernet/SFP combo WAN port
1 x Gigabit Ethernet WAN port
Multi-WAN Load Balancing & Failover
4 x Gigabit PoE Ethernet LAN ports with 60,000 NAT sessions
Complies with 802.3at Power over Ethernet Plus
Supports PoE power up to 30 watts for each port
Total PoE power budget up to 60 watts
1 x USB port (USB3.0) support 3G/4G LTE mobile broadband access
100 x VPN and

New Firmware and Application Notes for DrayTek Products (6 July 2018)

New 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.

 

 

WLAN
How to isolate SSID between 2.4G and 5G?
This application note shows the setting required to isolate WLAN clients who are no different frequency bands.

 

 

WAN
[Vigor3900] How to Bridge LAN networks over GRE Tunnel between

DrayTek Vigor2862Vac Review Published in APC Magazine Issue 455, June 2018

It’s been a while since DrayTek last updated its line of small business DSL modem routers, but the new Vigor is a worthy update, modernising many of the features of the Vigor2860 series without departing dramatically from that baseline.

Aesthetically, the router is consistent with DrayTek’s previous routers: no frills, with LAN, USB, WAN, DSL and phone ports up front for easy access. Only the power plugs into the back of

DrayTek Free Webinar, New Firmware and Application Notes (12 June 2018)

Free Webinar

Topic: Routing in DrayTek Routers (Part 1)

Date: Tuesday, 19th June 2018

Time: 10:00am – 10:45am (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

Application note for CSRF Vulnerability and how to prevent from attacks

Security Alert

Security Alert – CSRF Vulnerability and how to Prevent Attacks
 

In May 2018 DrayTek became aware of CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) 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 the router. Initial reports show that in some cases DNS settings are altered.

To check if your router has been compromised, look at

Security Alert, New Firmware and Application Notes for DrayTek Products

Security Alert

CSRF Vulnerability
 

It has been reported that some web-enabled devices, including some DrayTek routers, have been compromised. The report shows that it may be possible for an attacker to intercept or create an administration session and change DNS and/or other settings on the router.

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

To check if your router has been compromised, look at