Secure Computing SG300 Router

Note: We highly recommend consulting an IT or network professional when configuring advanced network and network device settings.

Administrative Information

  1. Make sure your router is powered on and connected to your network.
  2. In a browser on a computer on the same network as the router, navigate to the following IP address:
  3. Log in (default credentials shown below).
    • Username: root
    • Password: default

Configure QoS Autoshaper

  1. From the Network Setup menu, click QoS Traffic Shaping. The QoS Autoshaper page appears. QoS is a setting that manages your bandwidth.
  2. Click the edit icon next to the network interface on which you want to enable the autoshaper. Another QoS Autoshaper tab appears: Inbound Speed & Outbound Speed.
  3. Select the Enable check box.
  4. Enter the downstream speed of the network connection for the interface in kilobits per second in the Inbound Speed list.

    (Note: At least one entry for either inbound or outbound speed is required.)
  5. Enter the upstream speed of the network connection for the interface in kilobits per second in the Outbound Speed list.

    (Note: If you have a PPTP or PPPoE connection to the Internet, enter approximately 80-90% of the speed that the ISP supplied to account for protocol overheads. If you have a cable modem, DHCP, bridged, or other type of direct IP connection to the Internet, enter values from 90-100%.)
  6. Click Finish

Setting Up ToS (Type of Service) Packet Priority for Virtual Office

  1. Under Network Setup, click QoS Traffic Shaping > ToS Packet Priority tab.
  2. Click New. The Add ToS Packet Priority rule page appears.
  3. Select a service from the Services list. Or, to define a new service within this page, click New. The Services field changes to the Protocol and Ports fields.
  4. If you are defining a new service within this page, from the service Protocol list, choose UDP. (Otherwise, skip to Step 5.)
  5. Enter the following values:
    • Protocol: UDP
    • Ports: 5199, 3479, 15044, and 5060
    • Source Address: Any
    • Destination Address: Any
    • Priority: High
  6. Click Finish. The rule is now displayed in the services list.
  7. Repeat Steps 1-6 and add the following Ports:
    • UDP/3479
    • UDP/15044
    • UDP/5060
  8. Once all ports are configured for QoS then, check box to Enable ToS Prioritization.
  9. Click Submit.