New Firmware and Application Notes for DrayTek Products (10 May 2017)
High Availability in DrayTek Routers
High Availability is a feature in DrayTek dual and multi-WAN routers that automatically switches hardware, e.g. a standby router, when a primary router fails for whatever the reasons (loss of power, hardware failure, etc.).
High Availability is required wherever any networks outage causes significant losses or disruptions to the service level. For example, organisations such as government offices, company headquarters, hospitals, utility companies, data centres, etc., all need their network to be always available and not be affected by network disruptions.
This video gives an overview of High Availability in DrayTek routers as well as a demonstration of this feature
New Application Notes
How to analyze Firewall logs of Vigor router?
This application note has some tips to help analyse firewall syslogs.
Vigor3900 to Vigor3900 – IKEv2
This application note shows how to establish an IKEv2 VPN connection between two Vigor3900 routers.
What is IPsec Multiple SA (Security Association) for?
This application note shows how to use the IPsec Multiple SA feature In the Vigor3900 router.
How Vigor Router’s Wireless WAN feature can benefit your business?
This application note provides an overview of the use of 3G/4G/LTE WAN and Wi-Fi WAN connectivity for various scenarios.
What is Central AP Management (APM) and how to enable it?
This application note provides an overview of the Central Access Point (APM) feature available in DrayTek Vigor routers.
- SNMP responding on the WAN when Internet management turned on and IP was not a Manager Host IP in SNMP page.
- Vigor router would reboot due to code crash while performing configuration backup via Central Management >Switch>Maintenance.
- Router reboot during SMB traffic via PPTP/L2TP (related to APP QoS).
- Create Root CA certificate start date was 1 day after time of creation.
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