This guide will help you through the basics to Setup your broadband router.
- 1 x Netgear DG834 ADSL Router
- 1 x ADSL Line Cable (RJ11)
- 1 x Ethernet Cable (RJ45)
- 1 x Power Supply
- 1 x Setup CD
- 2 x Mircofilters
- 1 x Manual
This Modem Supports the following operating systems:
Windows 98,98SE,ME,2000,XP,Vista,Mac OS 8 & OS 9, X 10.1 to 10.4, Linux,
- Below is what is an is illustration on what you should have received. Version 4.0 is the latest one.
Here are the steps to take in order to install your router onto your PC or Apple Macintosh Computer
1. Fit a micro filter in between the wall socket and each device that shares the telephone line. This is not only telephones but can also include fax machines, burglar alarms, and any satellite equipment. Your modem pack will come with 2 filters but if you need more you can purchase these from any good computer store e.g dixons or PC World. We can also supply them for £4 each.
2. Plug the telephone cable into the DSL socket on the modem, and plug the other end into the micro filter socket marked DSL. * (You may find this is already plugged into the mdoem side. So you may only have to plug this into the DSL socket on the filter)
3. Plug the eternet cable from the back of the router seen here into the back of the PC seen here.
|Back of Router|
4. If you have your router plugged in you should see the one of the numbers between 1-4 light up if you connect more than one ethernet cable up more than one number will light up depending on which socket on the back of the router you plug the router into.
See the diagram below :
5. Below is a table on what the lights mean and what they should be doing:
|Power is supplied to the router.
Power is not supplied to the router.
|The system is initializing.
The system is ready and running.
Blink — Amber
On — Green
Blink — Green
|Indicates ADSL training.
The Internet port has detected a link with an attached device.
Data is being transmitted or received by the Internet port.
|The Local port has detected a link with a 100 Mbps device.
Data is being transmitted or received at 100 Mbps.
The Local port has detected a link with a 10 Mbps device.
Data is being transmitted or received at 10 Mbps.
No link is detected on this port.
|This is a rough guide only|
6. On your PC you can either use the supplied disk and follow the instructions or use or guide below on how to configure the settings on your router. .
7. Open Internet Explorer.
8. In the address bar along the top where you would normally type in a website address e.g www.bbc.co.uk type in the following: http://192.168.0.1 and press enter
* Please note that the address 192.168.0.1 or username and password may not be the case on another brand of router or a secondhand /used router. If this is the case you will need to reset this by following the instructions in the manual which if you dont have you can download from the suppliers website.
8. It should prompt you for a username and password this could be one of the following and you should also see the following screen:
9. Click ok and you should see a menu down the lefthande side.
10. Select Basic Settings on the left. Then set the following:
- Does your internet connection require a login: Yes
- Encapsulation: PPOA (PPP Over ATM)
- Login: email@example.com
- Your suffolkonline password
- Internet IP Address: Leave at Dynamic
- Domain Name Server: Get Automatically from ISP
- Select Apply at the bottom and Also you can click Test
To make sure all the settings have worked on the left hand menu select Maintenance and Select Router Status and select the Connection Status to see if your connected. If you are you can completey close down Internet Explorer or what ever Intnernet Browser your using.
Also if you find at anypoint you cant get access to the internet is switch the router off. leave it around 2 minutes and then replug in. Leave it again another 2 minutes this should automaically reconnect.
Once you router or Modem is setup
Once your router has been setup, physically all the cables are in the right location then all you should need to do is open your Internet Browser, i.e Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and it should then work via broadband. If it comes up with a box asking you to connect to a connection then cancel this and follow the below instructions.
Click Control Panel
Double Click Internet Options
Click Connections along the top
Select “never dial a connection” from the middle selection options
- ADSL Modem
- ADSL Router
- BT Test Logins
- Connecting to Wireless
- Improving Broadband Speeds
- Setting up a Router
- Wireless Security
- Broadband Speed Test
- General Server Information