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Router RT-N56U is the implementation of modern network technologies in the form of an elegant, beautiful device. Thanks to a simplified setup procedure, it will be enjoyed by all users who want to take advantage of high-speed wired and wireless computer networks at home.

Let’s look at one of the company’s products in more detail. Just look at him! The router ASUS RT N56U has an original design, delicious modern filling and the highest quality of execution! Here you bring it home and opened a box of impressive size. We find there is quite a compact router with a stand for its vertical installation, a network cable, a power supply (19 V, 1.58 A), a disk with software and a warranty card.

Step by Step Guide for Configuring ASUS Wireless Router RT-N56U

Authorization

In order to access the web interface of the router, you need to open your Internet browser and dial 192 in the address bar. 168.1.1, the user name is admin; the password is admin (assuming the router is factory-set and its IP is not changed).

ASUS Wireless Router RT-N56U

Asus router setup

Set up Wi-Fi on the router

In the interface of the router you need to go to the tab on the justify Additional parameters, in the opened list, select Wireless network. We expose the parameters as follows:

Field of the SSID:

  • Enter the name of your wireless network. The value in this field cannot be changed
  • Authentication method: WPA2-Personal
  • WPA encryption: TKIP or AES
  • WPA pre-key: you must enter any set of digits, from 8 to 63. They also need to be memorized so that you can specify them when you connect to the network.
  • Click the Apply button below.

Setting up an Internet connection

In the interface of the router you must select the tab on the justify Additional parameters, in the opened list select WAN.

Configuring PPPoE connection

  • WAN connection type: PPPoE
  • Get the WAN IP address automatically: Yes
  • Username: Your login under the contract
  • Password: Your password is subject to agreement
  • MTU: 1472
  • Save the settings with the Apply button.
ASUS Wireless Router

ASUS Wireless Router

Configuring L2TP connection

  • WAN connection type – L2TP
  • Enable WAN, Enable NAT, Enable UPnP – set everywhere YES
  • Get the IP address and connect to DNS automatically – put the point on YES
  • Username and password – login and password from the contract
  • VPN server – enter the ip-address or the name of the VPN-server by agreement
  • The remaining parameters cannot be changed. In the hostname, enter something in English. Save the settings.

Configure PPTP (VPN) when you automatically obtain a local IP address

  • WAN connection type: PPTP
  • Enable WAN, Enable NAT, Enable UPnP – set everywhere YES
  • Get the IP address and connect to DNS automatically – put the point on YES
  • Username: Your login under the contract
  • Password: Your password is subject to agreement
  • Server Heart-Beat or PPTP / L2TP (VPN): enter the IP-address or the name of the VPN-server by agreement
  • Save the settings with the Apply button.

Configuring PPTP (VPN) with a static local IP address

  • WAN connection type: PPTP
  • Get the IP address and connect to DNS automatically – put the point on No
  • IP address: Driving your IP address by agreement
  • Subnet Mask: Drive the mask according to the contract
  • Default gateway : Drive the gateway according to the agreement
  • DNS server 1: and DNS server 2: enter your provider’s server (Rostelecom Omsk DNS 1: 195.162.32.5 DNS 2: 195.162.41.8)
  • Username: Your login under the contract
  • Password: Your password is subject to agreement
  • Server Heart-Beat or PPTP / L2TP (VPN): enter the IP-address or the name of the VPN-server by agreement
  • Save the settings with the Apply button.

NAT when the IP address is automatically received (DHCP)

  • WAN connection type: Dynamic IP
  • Save the settings with the Apply button

Saving / restoring the settings of the router

After the adjustment, it is recommended to save them so that in case of problems, you can restore them. To do this, go to the Advanced settings tab, the Administration menu, the Restore / Save / Load settings tab. To save the current settings of the router, click the “Save” button. The settings file will be saved to the specified location on the hard disk.

To restore the settings from the file, click the Select file button, specify the path to the settings file, and then click the Send button. Attention! Pressing the Restore button will restore the factory settings!

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