Setting Up Your D-Link DSL 320B Read this first

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Setting Up Your
D-Link DSL 320B
Read this first
Introduction
Quick Installation
Hello,
1. Put the setup CD into your computer's CD/DVD
drive. The CD should automatically start.
Looking to setup the D-Link 320B Ethernet Modem?
Follow this Quick Setup guide and you’ll be online
in no time at all.
What’s in the box:
2. If the disc doesn’t start, you can click the CD
icon with your right mouse button and select
Autoplay from the menu.
You don't need the CD’s Quick Installation to get
started. Go to Page 6 for a guide to using a Web
browser based setup.
Before you start
Has your service gone live?
Don’t follow these instructions until you have
received confirmation that your broadband
service is ready to use.
3. The start page will appear on your screen.
Click the Quick Installation Start button.
Have you got your broadband username
and password to hand?
It’s in the email we send you when your service
is activated, it looks like this:
Service
Broadband username format
Plusnet
[email protected]
Madasafish
[email protected]
Force9
[email protected]
Free-Online
[email protected]
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4. The first step of the Quick Installation is to
power up the modem.
5.
Plug the power adapter into the modem.
8. Switch the modem on and check the power
light comes on. If it does, you can click the Next
button on your computer screen. If not, see the
Troubleshooting section on the last page of this
guide.
Remove the sticky label from the modem.
6. Plug the adapter into a power socket, make sure
the power socket is switched on.
9. You will now connect the modem to your
computer.
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10. Connect the Ethernet cable to the back of the
modem.
13. Plug one end of the DSL cable into the
microfilter. Then plug the microfilter into
your telephone socket.
11. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable
to a free network socket on your computer.
If the LAN comes on, click Next. Otherwise see
Troubleshooting on the last page of this guide.
14. Plug the other end of the DSL cable into the
socket marked 'DSL'. The DSL light on the front of
the modem will flash and then stay on. If not, see
Troubleshooting on the last page of this guide.
12. Next, connect your modem to your broadband
enabled phone line.
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Next, the modem will try to detect your
16.
Choose United Kingdom for Country and
Other for ISP.
18. Next, type in your broadband username and
password.
17.
Your broadband username will take the following
form:
Make sure the following settings are selected,
then click Next.
Service
Broadband username format
Plusnet
[email protected]
Madasafish
[email protected]
Force9
[email protected]
Free-Online
[email protected]
19. The modem will now connect to your
broadband service using the settings you've
provided. This might take a few minutes to
complete.
Protocol: PPPoA
Encapsulation: VC Mux
VPI: [0-255]: 0
VCI: [32-65535]: 38
MTU: 1400
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20. When the modem connects to your service
you'll see a congratulations screen. That's it, you’re
connected!
Web browser based setup
If your Quick Installation CD doesn't work, you can
set up your modem using a web browser.
To start using your service click on the
Start Browsing button, or just open your web
browser.
You can also use this method to update your
modem settings after you’ve set it up, or access
Advanced Settings.
Your broadband settings will be saved in the
modem, so you’ll connect whenever the modem is
switched on.
1. First, refer to the previous Quick Start section of
this guide to plug the hardware in. When done,
open your web browser.
In the Address line, type in 192.168.1.1, then
press Enter.
2. A login page will appear, enter the modem's
administration username and password and click
Log in. By default the details are:
Username: admin
Password: admin
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3. From the ADSL setup page you can choose
either the Setup Wizard or Manual Setup. Tick
Manual Setup.
Troubleshooting
The following table explains what the modem's
status lights mean:
Power
Power light not on
Check the power adapter is plugged in.
Check the cable is firmly seated in the
back of the modem.
Check the plug socket is switched on and
working.
DSL
DSL light flashing or off
Check your DSL cable connects your
modem to the microfilter.
Check that your microfilter is connected
properly.
Interference caused by other devices on
your telephone line are a common cause
of problems.
For more information about fitting
Microfilters visit our support pages at:
http://support.plus.net
Enter the following settings, then click
Apply Settings.
Manual ADSL connection Settings:
LAN
LAN light flashing or off
PPoE/PPPoA
Check the Ethernet cable is plugged into
your modem.
PPPoE/PPPoA Internet Connection Type:
Check the Ethernet cable is plugged into a
network socket on your computer.
Username: Your broadband username
Password: Your broadband password
Connection Type: PPPoA VC-Mux
MTU: 1400
Idle Time Out: 0
VPI: 0
VCI: 38
Test with another Ethernet cable, in case
there’s a problem with the provided one.
Status What the Status light means:
See page 5 for the format that your broadband
username will take.
The status light will flash to indicate that a
connection is active.
The status light comes on when you first
switch the modem on. If the light stays on
this means that the modem has failed its
internal test and should be restarted.
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