The DrayTek Vigor120 is an ADSL2/2+ modem with an Ethernet connection.
The DrayTek Vigor120 supports PPPoE/PPPoA relay (PPPoA to PPPoE bridging) and the firewall, router or PC all can log into the Internet (your ISP) directly, having complete control over the ADSL connection. Therefore it is possible to connect a PPPoE client to the Vigor120 (firewall, Ethernet-WAN router, Apple Airpor or PC) even if the connection to your ISP is still PPPoA (unlike other-brand modems which only offers PPPoE native bridging). This unique feature is very convenient for PPPoA -based ISPs.
With the Vigor120 bridge/modem, you can have a true single public IP address (or multiple, if you subscribe them) rightly through to your router/or firewall, which also has full control of the ISP connection.
Accordingly, it is ideal for home users and client running multi WAN routers like the Vigor3300V, VigorPro 5300, VigorPro 5510, Vigor2910, Vigor2930, Vigor2950 series and even connecting to the second WAN port on the Vigor2820 series.
The Vigor120 supports TR-069 and it works with most TR-069-based central management system. VigorACS centralized management system can also facilitate ISP's deployment of installing Vigor120 and provide professional remote management for ISP.
1. ADSL Compatibility
ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
ITU-T 992.1 G.dmt
ITU-T 992.2 G.lite
ITU-T 992.3 ADSL2 G.dmt.bis
ITU-T 992.5 ADSL2+
Annex L (READSL)
2. ATM Protocols
PPPoE / PPPoA Relay (PPPoA to PPPoE Bridging)
RFC-2684 / RFC-1483 Multiple Protocol over AAL5
RFC-2516 PPP over Ethernet
RFC-2364 PPP over AAL5
PPPoE Pass Through from LAN
Transparent Bridge for MPoA
Supports 4 PVC
3. Firewall Facilities
Multi-NAT, DMZ Host, Port-redirect / Open Port
Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
DoS / DDoS Protection
User-configurable IP Packet Filtering
4. Network Features
DHCP Client / Relay / Server
DNS Cache / Proxy
5. Content Filter
URL Keyword Blocking (Whitelist and Blacklist)
Java Applet, Cookies, Active X, Compressed, Executable, Multimedia File Blocking
Time Schedule Control
6. Network Management
Web-based User Interface (HTTP)
CLI (Command Line Interface, Telnet)
Administration Access Control List
Configuration Backup / Restore
Build-in Diagnostic Function
Firmware upgrade via TFTP / FTP / HTTP / TR-069
Logging via Syslog