There are following three methods to setup and manage the Vigor 3300.
The most common way for configuration and management is working with a web browser
(IE or FireFox, etc). It offers a graphical interface, allowing the users to perform many
functions, such as router setup, configuration check, remote login, reboot, firmware
Use telnet for a text mode connection to the router to perform many functions, such as
router setup, configuration check, remote login, reboot, etc. Generally it is used when the
router can not be accessed via Web or remotely managed (This method does not support
When the router can not be accessed via Web and Telnet but must be reloaded the
firmware, or to display relevant information for trouble shooting, you can use the Console.
But it is not recommended for common users (For firmware upgrade instruction, refer to
the Firmware Upgrade chapter).
First, make sure PC is connected to the LAN side of Vigor 3300V with a network cable.
Then check the LAN LEDs. (The LEDs will stay on if there is an active connection on the
corresponding port, and will flash when data is being transmitted or received via the
Figure 13-1. The LAN LEDs
After confirming that everything is OK, please open Start > All Programs > Accessories
> Command Prompt, and enter ping 192.168.1.1. Ensure that there is response, and then
move on to the following steps.
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Figure 13-2. The location of Command Prompt
Figure 13-3. Ping status
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Open a web browser (IE or FireFox), type the URL http://192.168.1.1 and press Enter.
Then type the Username “draytek”, and the Password “1234” (default) will switch to enter
Note: Above the Username and Password fields if there is no “.” in the red line frame,
please confirm if you have connected to another device. Or you may attempt to restart
the web browser and re-login the route.
Figure 13-4. Login web page
Figure 13-5. The prompt status
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Enter the first page of the Web is the System \ Status page. It shows the basic
Figure 13-6. The setting of Basic Status
Firmware Version: If only number is involved, this is a formal release. Otherwise if
there is “RC” or other characters behind the number, this is a
release for test or a special version.
Build Date and Time: It records build date and time of the firmware.
System Uptime: The duration since last time Vigor 3300 was powered on. You
can judge by this time that if the system has rebooted. Or
calculate the most recent boot time.
Current System Time: This time can be changed from System Time.
Figure 13-7. The refresh option
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On the System – Status page, there is a pull-down menu named Refresh Option, from
which you can choose whether refreshing this page or not, and the refresh frequency.
(This setting can not be saved and can be used just in three sub-tabs within this page.
After clicking other pages, this setting will be restored to the default “No Refresh”).
Enter the CLI, type telnet 192.168.1.1.
Input “draytek” and “1234”. Then you will enter the Telnet and get the prompt
Figure 13-8. Basic commands
ls Display all the directories and commands in current directory
(The one contained < > is a directory, otherwise is a command).
<directory> Type the name will enter this directory (e.g. Type system will
Figure 13-9. Enter the directory
Command Type command plus blank with ‘?’ to inquire its parameters and
usage (e.g. Type logout ? for inquiry).
Figure 13-10. Command status
“..” command means to return back the upper directory.
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Figure 13-11. Return to the parent directory command
“...” command means to return to the root directory (Draytek>).
Figure 13-12. Return to the root directory command
Check the basic information (The same as the WAN Status of web).
Figure 13-13. The system status
logout Quit and exit from telnet (This command must be run in the root
directory of Draytek>).
Figure 13-14. The logout status
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After plugging the console line to Vigor 3300, connect the other side of the line to the
COM1 of PC.
Figure 13-15. Vigor 3300V console port connection
Please open Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communications > Hyper
Figure 13-16. The location of Hyper Terminal
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Type the name 3300 in the field. Then press the OK button.
Figure 13-17. The connection description
Select COM1, and then press the OK button.
Figure 13-18. Connect using
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Select 57600 and None, and then press the OK button.
Figure 13-19. The port settings
Then enter the main page. After pressing Enter, Draytek login: will appear. Type
draytek, press Enter. And then Password: will appear, type 1234 and press Enter.
Figure 13-20. The Draytek login page
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If Draytek> is prompted, the login is successful. The usage of the commands is the same
Figure 13-21. The same commands as Telnet’s
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