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Configure Actiontec DSL Modem

Open your web browser and type in the address: 192.168.0.1

This will open the configuration window for the Actiontec modem:

Click on SETUP/CONFIGURATION. It will display this page:

Don’t choose the basic setup! Instead, choose NON-WINDOWS SETUP (found under the left menu, the last option).
Note: this might be called ALTERNATIVE SETUP. If you can’t find “Non-Windows Setup”, choose that “Alternative Setup” option.

You should see this page:

Scroll down to ISP PROTOCOL and select PPPoA.

Enter your USERNAME and your PASSWORD (be careful, your username and your password are CaSe SeNsItIvE!).

Scroll down to IP CONFIGURATION and select DYNAMIC.

Scroll down to DNS CONFIGURATION and select STATIC.

Enter these numbers:
Primary DNS: 72.18.208.30
Secondary DNS: 65.116.4.130

Now click SAVE AND RESTART.

On the next page, click once again on SAVE AND RESTART.

You should now see the congratulations screen. Wait until the modem is fully rebooted (the Power Light should become green steady).

Your Power and your DSL lights should be steady green. Your Internet light should also turn green steady a couple of seconds later.

If you can see all three lights – Power, DSL and Internet – green and steady, then you should be connected successfully to the Internet.

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