New Firmware and Application Notes for DrayTek Products (6 July 2017)
New Application Notes
What is High Availability?
High Availability provides hardware redundancy to the LAN clients. This application note gives an overview of the High Availability feature in DrayTek Routers.
High Availability – Active Standby Configuration
This Application note describes High Availability (HA) using “Active Standby” mode. In the scenario described, we have three identical routers (Vigor2925) deployed in a campus environment routers in three different locations for disaster recovery purposes
[Vigor3900] How to use High Availability in Active-Standby mode?
This Application note describes High Availability (HA) using “Active Standby” mode when using Vigor3900 or Vigor2960 routers
How to configure LAN to LAN Static Route using Draytek Routers
This application note shows how to configure a LAN to LAN static route using Draytek routers that link with a point to point wireless bridge. The LANs (LAN1, LAN2, and LAN3) on site (SITE 1, SITE 2, and SITE 3) can access each other through the routers (R1, R2, and R3) and LAN2 in Site 2 will have internet connection via Site 1 using Route Policy.
VPN connection between Vigor Router and Vigor3900 – IKEv2
IKEv2 VPN tunnel is now supported in DrayOS firmware version 3.8.5 due to released soon and firmware version 1.3.0 for Vigor3900/2960. This application note shows how to configure LAN to LAN IKEv2 VPN tunnel between a Vigor DrayOS router and the Vigor3900/2960 router.
Vigor3900 to Vigor3900 – IKEv2
This application note shows how to configure LAN to LAN IKEv2 VPN tunnel between two Vigor3900/2960 routers.
Vigor3900 to Microsoft Azure – Dynamic Routing – IKEv2
This document introduces how to set up IPsec tunnel between Vigor3900 and Microsoft Azure Server in Dynamic Routing mode.
VPN connection between Vigor3900 and Cisco RV series – IPsec
This application note shows how to set up an IPsec VPN tunnel between the Vigor3900/2960 router and a Cisco RV router.
VPN connection between Vigor Router and Cisco RV series – IPsec
This application note shows how to set up an IPsec VPN tunnel between a Vigor DrayOS router and a Cisco RV router.
How to add the router’s Root CA to iPhone’s trusted certificate list?
This note is going to demonstrate how to add the router’s Root CA to iPhone’s trusted certificate list, so that while establishing an SSL VPN to Vigor Router with Smart VPN iOS app, the iPhone can assure the authenticity of the certificate provided by the VPN server.
Some of the new features include
- IPv6 RIPng ( WAN >> Internet Access >> IPv6 ).
- Firewall configuration backup and restore. (Firewall >> General Setup).
- Unique ‘Self-Signed’ certificate & private key for HTTPS (System Maintenance >> Self-Signed Certificate).
- A separate schedule for each SSID.
- Support brute force protection for router login (System Maintenance >> Management).
For a full list of new features and bug fixes, refer to the release notes in the download link.
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