IronPort Router Setup: A California based company which is well known for being one of the finest Web security and product management companies in the United States. They focused on all types of products that are to be sold in the market from the enterprise to the basic level for every user. In this quest of finding a better product, their series of routers turned out to be of good performance in terms of sales, features and the brand market value increased as well.
One of the important things you will have to know is that IronPort has now become a part of the Cisco which means, all the new product launches under this brand will now be under the Cisco.
How to Configure IronPort Router – IronPort Router Setup Guide
So you might be confused as to how the configuration process would work since IronPort is now a part of Cisco. Do not worry because both of them share the same IP address for login and the interface has been updated to what Cisco is using for all other routers, which will make it easier for you to understand the configuration process.
Admin Panel Access Process: Before you set out to configure or setup up the router, you will have to login to the admin panel which is shown in the below steps.
- First enter the IP address 192.168.15.1 in the selected browser’s address bar either by typing or copy/paste
- Once done, a popup will appear which will ask for the login credentials to be filled and the username is “admin” and the password is “ironport”
- Enter both the details and then click on the login button which will give you access to the IronPort admin panel!
- Note: If the password does not work, then use password as “admin” as well, since this might differ from router to router
Internal Configuration Guide: We have access to the admin panel now, which means we can now set towards the main setup and the configuration process directly.
- Wireless Basic Settings Setup: From the left side bar, select this option “Basic Settings” under the Wireless section and make the necessary changes.
- Band: 2.4 GHz (B+G)
- Mode: AP
- SSID: You can enter any name here and this will be your router network name
- Channel Number: Auto
- Associated Clients: Do not click on this option and then click on the save button to continue.
- Wireless Advanced Settings: Again from the left side bar, select the option “Advanced Settings” and then make sure to select the below changes.
- Authentication Type: Select “Auto”
- Preamble Type: Select ‘Long Preamble”
- Broadcast SSID: Select “Enabled” option and then click on the save button at the bottom right corner
- Wireless Security Setup: Go to the “Security” option under the wireless section and make the changes as below.
- Encryption: Select “WPA-PSK2” option from the drop-down menu
- WPA Authentication Mode: Select “Personal (Pre-Shared Key)”
- WPA Cipher Suite: Select “AES” option here
- WPA (Pre – Shared Key) Formal: You can select type of password, mostly select “Passphrase”
- WPA Pre-Shared Key: Enter your password here
- Group Key LifeTime: Enter “66400” and finally click on the save button for one last time and the settings will be saved.