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1. First connect directly to your DSL modem without the router and verify that you can get on line.
2. Once you've verified that you can get onto the internet without the router please proceed. If you can not please contact your ISP for further assistance.
3. Now unplug the Ethernet cable that connects to your DSL modem from the back of your computer.
4. Take the connection that you just unplugged from the back of your computer and connect it to the WAN port of the router.
5. Take a different Ethernet cable and plug it into port closest to the WAN port, or into the LAN port.
6. Look on the front of the router. The following lights should be illuminated:
- WAN Link
- Link/Act (On the port that you connected your computer to)
- Note If other lights other than Link/Act are illuminated on this port, that is normal
- You may have a few other lights illuminated depending on the model number router you have, but the 3 above must be illuminated for proper connection.
7. Hold the Reset button on the router for 30 seconds or more
8. Restart your computer
Checking the MAC address of your Computer
Please follow these steps from the computer that was connected directly to the internet with out the router. If you do not, then you may not be able to connect to the internet properly.
A. Windows 9x/ME
B. Windows 2000/NT/XP
Configuring the Router
1. Go to your desktop and double click on Internet Explorer (Located on the Start Menu in Windows XP).
2. When "Internet Explorer" opens type »192.168.1.1 into the "Address" bar and click on Go.
3. The "Enter Network Password" window will appear.
4. Skip user name and type admin (admin is the default password) as the password, and click OK.
5. By default the router will be set to Obtain an IP Address Automatically.
6. Click on the Advanced tab.
7. Click on the Mac Addr. Clone.
8. When the page loads, input the Adapter/Physical Address you made earlier and input it into the proper fields.
9. Click Apply
Finishing the Setup
1. Shut down your PC.
2. Unplug the power from the back of the router.
3. Unplug the power from the modem.
4. Wait for 30 second.
5. Power up the modem.
6. Wait for the lights to stop blinking.
7. Power up the router.
8. Start up your computer.
9. Surf the internet.
Instructions taken from Linksys site
*Note: You will have to go into OCA and change your MAC address from your computer to your routers before you will be able to access the internet.
**Note: If you are still unable to get on to the internet please repeat from step 1
***Note: The same general rules apply to setting up any Brand of Router not just linksys.
You can also check out Telus PDF guide on how to Setup the 2wire here
To access your 2wire gateway web interface use the following address »192.168.1.254 or »home
***Please note Telus has discontinued the 2wire modems.***
The Default User name is admin
Default Password is telus
2) At the top right of that page, click on the link that says 'Login'.
3) Log in with the role of 'admin' (without the quotes and all lowercase).
4) Unless it has been changed on your side already, the default password is 'telus' (without the quotes and all lowercase).
5) Click the OK button to go to the next (setup) page.
6) Click on 'Advanced Settings' link, and then select 'Wireless Network' on the left of the page.
7) Beside 'Channel', set the dropdown menu to something different that what it is now.
There is no universally 'better' channel but some might work better than others.
You will have to test and experiment to find out which channel works best for your location.
8) Beside 'Power', set the dropdown menu to 'Highest'.
9) Now hit the 'Apply' button towards the bottom right of it.
Once you have finished the instructions above, your Siemens may need to reboot its self. Please reboot your wireless computers as well ? to refresh the connections in their entirety. Once you return from the computer reboot, you should notice an improvement in the speed of your wireless connection.
Re: How to forward ports on Siemens se567?
The link provided give instructions on how to forward ports for most common programs.
Note: This is a third party website use at your own risk
User name telus or admin
password telus or admin
If you want a some-what full manual please check out this post »Re: D-Link DVA G3810BN Gateway Please note not all the feature and functions in that manual are usable as Telus has made modifications to the firmware.
Please note at this time the passwords on Dlink are not changeable. That will be coming in the next firmware upgrade.
We just had a huge mail sent at work explaining why the Speedtouch to the D-Link is sub-optimal.
The TL;DR reason why is that both the D-Link and the Speedtouch advertise a 192.168.1.254 address to the set top boxes. This also causes a huge issue when the D-Link is attempting to contact the servers for the newest firmware updates. If you don't do it right, your d-link will be stuck with an old, buggy firmware version that will not allow you to view some channels or groups of channels.
PERSONAL OPINION AHEAD!!!
If you demand having a Speedtouch as your modem for whatever reason, (and only if you own it), your best bet is to flash the firmware to a non-TELUS version, and then delete the 192.x.x.x static route and use only the 10.x.x.x route to access the interface etc.
If you brick the Speedtouch by doing it wrong, it's 100% your own fault. I will not entertain posting the Firmware flashing method or files here for anyone, no matter your level of expertise. If you need the Speedtouch for your setup, you'll have the skills to search for and find the resources you need.
Also, if you brick the Speedtouch and you do not own it, good luck getting a replacement from us (TELUS).
Thank you to Glynn023 for posting this information
-Actiontec v2000h , for bonded lines
Default gateway address: 192.168.1.254
Default user-name/password: admin/telus
Gateways work for:
-Adsl = Telus packages of 1Mbps to including 15Mbps
--15Mbps package can be Adsl or Vdsl
-Vdsl = Telus packages 25Mbps and up
-IPTV = Vdsl
The gateways can be bridged but don't ask Telus, as they only offer very basic support and don't make it easy for the end user to bridge via a one click button
No 'modem only' are available from Telus. You can purchase your own Adsl or Vdsl unit from a third party. No Telus support will be given to those customer owned units