Thursday, July 1, 2010

Cisco Valet Wireless Router Features, Specifications and User Guide.

Cisco Connect
Cisco Connect
During installation, the setup software installs the Cisco
Connect software on your computer. Cisco Connect offers
options to connect additional computers or devices to
your Valet and allows you to modify the Valet’s settings.
Installation
To install the Valet:
Insert the Easy Setup Key into a USB port on your
computer.
Insert Easy Setup Key
Click Connect to your Cisco Valet.
Connect your Cisco
AutoPlay
Always do this for software and games:
Install or run program
General options
Connect to your Cisco Valet
Published by Cisco Consumer Products LLC
Set AutoPlay defaults in Control Panel
Open folder to view files
using Windows Explorer
Speed up my system
using Windows ReadyBoost
DVD/CD-RW Drive  Linksys
Router Setup
Always do this for software and games:
Install or run program
General options
Connect to your Cisco Valet
Published by Cisco Consumer Products LLC
Set AutoPlay defaults in Control Panel
Open folder to view files
using Windows Explorer
Speed up my system
using Windows ReadyBoost
Connect to your Cisco Valet
If you do not see this, open the Easy Setup Key folder
and double-click Connect. To do so, perform the
following steps for your specific operating system:
Windows 7
Go to Start  Computer.
Double-click Easy Setup Key in the list of available
drives.
Double-click on Connect.exe.
Windows Vista
Go to Start  Computer.
Double-click Easy Setup Key in the list of available
drives.
Double-click on Connect.exe.
Windows XP
Go to Start  My Computer and select Easy Setup
Key.
Double-click Connect.exe.
Mac OS X
Double-click on the CD on your desktop.
Double-click Connect.
Read the Software End User License Agreement. To accept the agreement and continue with the
installation, click Next.
License Agreement
The connection steps are displayed.
Connection Overview
Plug the power cord into the Power port on the
back of the Valet.
Internet 4 3 Ethernet 2 1 Reset Power
12VDC
Connect to Power Port
Valet Wireless Router is the product of the long time network equipment player, Cisco. Cisco Valet Router features a futuristic design which is welcome by most users. Other than that it has the same feature with other brand. Light indocator, ports at the back.

Cisco Valet Wireless Router provide a user friendly setup interface so that almost everyone can go through the setup process. It comes with a USB stick that act as an Easy Setup Key. This USB stick contain a software application that will make your router installation and configuration a lot more easier.

One of it's best feature, it allows you to create a guess account let say for internet access and at the same time not allowing them to access your network shared folder. The parential control is also another great feature if you need your kids to behave.

Cisco Valet Router Specifications
Model Name: Valet
Model Description: Wireless-N Hotspot
Connectivity: Wired, Wireless
Integrated Switch: 4-port switch
Buttons: Reset, Wi-Fi Protected Setup
LEDs: Power, Internet, Wireless, Wi-Fi Protected Setup
Data Transfer Rate: 300 Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
Switching Protocol: Ethernet
Features: URL filtering, Domain blocking, Parental control, Anti-malware protection, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
Antenna: Internal integrated
Antenna Qty: 3
Interfaces: 4 x Network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45, 1 x Network - RJ-45 (WAN)
Wireless Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access™ 2 (WPA2), WEP, Wireless MAC Filtering
Security key bits: Up to 128-bit encryption


How to Access the Browser-Based Utility

The default ip address, username and password for Cisco Valet Router is as follow:
IP address: 192.168.1.1
username: admin
password: admin

Cisco Valet Router Manual - User Guide
The Manual (User Guide) talk about everything you need to know about connection, configuration, troubleshooting and many other thing for Cisco Valet Wireless Router. You can download Cisco Valet Wireless Router User Guide (Manual) here.

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