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Westell VersaLink 7501

details: Voice over WLAN Gateway
hardware type: VoIP Gateway
date added: 2009-09-02
updated: 2013-04-26
VersaLink 7501 is a VoIP gateway with a 4-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet switch, 802.11b/g wireless access, and a USB 1.1 host connection for PCs/printers. Advanced QoS features ensure that voice quality is unaffected by high-speed data traffic in the home. An SPI firewall protects the network against unauthorized access.
 
 
 
 VersaLink 7501 Features
 General
 Availability: discontinued
 LAN / WAN Connectivity
 WAN ports: 1
 WAN port(s) type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 LAN ports: 4
 LAN ports type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 USB port(s): 1
 USB port type: USB 1.1
 Router
 NAT routing: yes
 Multihomed: yes
 Port forwarding: yes
 DHCP server: yes
 DHCP client: yes
 QoS: yes
 Wireless
 Maximum Wireless Speed: 54 Mbps
 WiFi standards supported: 802.11b (11 Mbps)
802.11g (54 Mbps)
 Wifi security/authentication: WEP
WPA (TKIP)
WPA2 (AES)
 WiFi modes: Access point
 internal antenna(s): 2
 Multiple SSID: yes
 WMM (QoS): yes
 VPN
  IPSec
 IPSec passthrough: yes
  L2TP
 L2TP passthrough: yes
  PPTP
 PPTP passthrough: yes
 Firewall
 SPI firewall: yes
 Device Management
 Default IP address: 192.168.1.1
 Alternate Admin URL: http://dslrouter
 Default admin username: n/a
 Default admin password: n/a
 Administration: Web-based (LAN)
Remote configuration (WAN)
Quick Setup Wizard
 Firmware upgradeable: yes
 Links
 Product page: http://www.westell.com/

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by anonymous - 2010-09-20 12:56
This thing is terrible for customization. So far I tried to enable three types of port forwarding (http, vpn, p2p) and 90% of the time, the forwarding page won't even load. I suppose I have been spoiled with the WRT54G, but it seems to me that something as simple as setting up an home network should not require an IT certificate. Basic configuration should be something that can be accomplished by anyone. Now here I am with FIOS, and a 10MB internet connection that is only good for browsing the web. Way to go Zoomtown and Cincinnati Bell.
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