4-Port Gigabit Router/Switch
This versatile triple-speed Ethernet interface can operate as either a 4-port Gigabit Broadband Router or a 5-port Gigabit Switch, selectable with the flip of a switch. In Router mode, its capable of up-linking with virtually any ADSL or Cable modem,
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- Shares Internet connection with up to four computers at gigabit speeds
- Enhanced firewall protection for secure network connections
- Includes router disable feature for when customer has existing router
- Becomes a 5-port gigabit switch with routing disabled
- Features gigabit WAN port
- Includes Mounting Bracket
- 12-volt power supply (PW7760) sold separately
|RoHS Conformant||Yes||This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.|
The user guide states: "Access Control .Using the Access Control feature, you can assign LAN users to different groups, and determine which Internet services are available to each group." I cannot find the access control feature. Where is it?
Please reach out to technical support at 8002234162 Option 3 for help with this setting.
Date published: 2020-12-07
What is the maximum distance you can run a CAT 5e or 6 cable to a DA 1101 without signal degradation?
The EIA/TIA 568 standard states that any ethernet run be no more than 100 meters.
Date published: 2020-12-04
Is there a way to implement a 3rd-party VPN (ie expressVPN) within router settings so that all traffic behind the router will be secured via said VPN?
No there isn't.
Date published: 2020-12-03
I have a DA1054 connected to a router/modem. I want to do away with the router/modem and replace with an Eero network. Can this be accomplished? And if so, how? Thanks.
That depends on the number of ethernet connections on the DA1054 being used. You may need to keep the DA1054 as a switch behind the eero to allow those wired clients to continue connecting.
Date published: 2020-12-03
When trying to upload the latest firmware to my router, the window says that it completed correctly and to wait 90 seconds. After that 90 seconds, the window reloads and it still says a build date from several years ago. Any ideas?
The version on the site that says 2.6 was given a faulty filename and listing in the site. The current firmware version for this device is 1.3.
Date published: 2020-04-24
Hello, I am updating the firmware of ON-Q router 1054 since versión 1.3 to version 2.6...The process is completed, but in the information shows 1.3 again...your have some idea?
Just called in to see what the dealio is and they said that even when you upload the one from the website it shows 1.3463b150302 and that is the latest. Uhm, ok?
Date published: 2019-09-04
How do I change the wifi network name and password? T
Hello, This product is not a wireless router. It is wired only and does not have the ability to change the wireless password or name. You likely have another access point connected to this router that is managing your wireless network. Thank you.
Date published: 2020-06-21
Same question asked by everyone else - how to upgrade Firmware. I have the latest Firmware file downloaded from LeGrande, as Romier keeps telling people. I'm using Chrome, as he also told people. How about a detailed answer from SUPPORT?
Hello, The process for logging into the router and upgrading the firmware is covered in the Owner's manual which can be downloaded here: https://www.legrand.us/-/media/brands/on-q/on-q/data/data-products/data-modules/owners_manual_da1054-2.ashx If you're not finding that information, here are the steps: First you would need to log into the router. 1. The default IP address is 192.168.40.254. You would type that IP address into your address bar in your browser (in your case Chrome). NOTE: The steps below assume that your PC’s network interface card is set to DHCP, or in other words, to obtain IP addressing automatically. The steps also assume that the 4 Port Gigabit Router/Switch is set to its default settings and that all the cables previously discussed are properly connected. It is also possible to perform these steps by configuring your computer (with installed Ethernet Network Interface Card) to talk to the Router/Switch on its specific IP subnetwork (192.168.40.xxx). The Router/Switch’s default IP address in that subnetwork is 192.168.40.254, so your PC’s Ethernet Card can be temporarily assigned an IP address, (like 192.168.40.10), on that same subnetwork to talk to and configure the Router/Switch. Giving the PC a specific IP address is also called assigning it a Static IP address, as compared to a Dynamic IP address that is typically assigned by a service provider when your PC’s network interface card is configured for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). 2. Hit Enter 3. It will ask for a username and password. The user/pass is admin/admin. 4. Once logged into the router, you will want to select the "Management" option on the left. 5. Under Management is an option for Firmware. 6. You can upgrade the firmware from this screen. 7. Press the "Choose File" button to select the firmware file that you downloaded. You'll want to make sure to point it to the proper folder. 8. Once the file has been selected, hit the "Upload" button. 9. The router will reboot itself once it has completed the upgrade. That will complete the firmware upgrade process. If you are still experiencing issues. I would highly recommend that you contact us diretly at 717-546-5412. That will get you through to the queue where we can walk you through this process to ensure that it works correctly. Thank you.
Date published: 2019-07-28