ZyXEL GS1900-8

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Overview

The GS1900-8 is a fanless 8 port managed switch.

Configuration

Factory Default Admin Username/Password

Note: If AAISP configured the switch then the credentials will be different

Default/Factory Password
IP: 192.168.1.1
Username: admin
Password: 1234

https is enable by default, albeit with a certificate that will give browser warnings

VLAN config

When using with a FireBrick for bonding multiple lines we can use VLANS for each of the PPP sessions.

We'll configure the switch as:

  • Port 1 - VLAN 101, for ADSL line 1
  • Port 2 - VLAN 102, for ADSL line 2
  • Port 3 - VLAN 103, for ADSL line 3
  • Port 4 - VLAN 104, for ADSL line 4
  • Port 8 is for the FireBrick

Accessing the switch

Creating the VLANs

  • Click VLAN
    • Create a new VLAN, enter in 101, then Click Next
      • Drag Port01 to the Untagged area
      • Drag Port08 to the tagged area
      • Click Next, then click Finish

This process repeats for VLAN 102, 103, 104 but you use Port02 for VLAN 102, Port03 for VLAN 103, Port04 for VLAN 104... so:

    • From the front page, Click VLAN
    • Create a new VLAN, enter in 102, then Click Next
      • Drag Port02 to the Untagged area
      • Drag Port08 to the tagged area
      • Click Next, then click Finish
  • Click VLAN
    • Create a new VLAN, enter in 103, then Click Next
      • Drag Port03 to the Untagged area
      • Drag Port08 to the tagged area
      • Click Next, then click Finish
  • Click VLAN
    • Create a new VLAN, enter in 104, then Click Next
      • Drag Port04 to the Untagged area
      • Drag Port08 to the tagged area
      • Click Next, then click Finish

Further, Optional settings

Optionally, if you wish, you can name the switch:

  • From the front page, click the settings/Cog icon on the left
    • Click System, then Information
    • Enter in Name, Location, Contact details as you wish
    • Click Apply

Optionally, If you wish, you can set Names for your VLANs:

  • From the front page, click the settings/Cog icon on the left
  • Click VLAN, then VLAN
    • Click the modify icon to the right of VLAN 101
    • Change the name from VLAN0101 to, say, PPP101
    • Click Apply
  • Repeat for the other VLANs

Optionally, if you wish, you can name the Ethernet ports

  • From the front page, click the settings/Cog icon on the left
  • Click Port, then Port
    • Tick the bot next to Port 1, Click Edit
    • Set the name to, say, Modem1
  • Reat the above for ports 2, 3, and 4. For port 8, name that FireBrick.