NETGEAR’s two-in-one modems improve internet speeds and WiFi performance while saving you money on equipment rentals. Read this article until the very end to learn everything about setting up a NETGEAR modem router.
Please proceed as follows based on the connection type identified by your router:
PPPoE Login Account Setup as detected by Wizard:
Enter your PPPoE user name and password. These are case-sensitive fields. Your ISP should have given you this information.
Wizard Identified PPPoA Login Account Configuration:
Enter your user name and password for logging in. These are case-sensitive fields. Your ISP should have given you this information.
Wizard Detected Dynamic IP Account Configuration:
To choose Dynamic IP as the connection method, click Apply.
Account Setup Wizard Detected Fixed IP (Static):
- If necessary, provide your ISP’s Account Name and Domain Name.
- Based on your ISP’s information, select Use Static IP Address or Use IP Over ATM (IPoA-RFC1483 Routed).
- If you choose IPoA, the router will recognise the gateway IP address, but you must still provide the router IP address.
- Type in your IP address, Subnet Mask, and the IP address of your ISP’s gateway router.
- Your ISP should have given you this information.
- Enter the IP address of your Internet Service Provider’s Primary DNS Server. Enter a Secondary DNS Server address if one is available.
- Click Apply to preserve your changes.
- Click Test to put your Internet connection through its paces.
- The router will now save these settings. When finished, you may check the Router Status under the Maintenance menu to see if you are connected to the Internet.
- Check that your Internet or ADSL port has a valid IP address (not blank or 0.0.0.0).
Wizard Detected IP Address over ATM Account Setup:
- Type in the IP address and subnet mask that were allocated to you. Your ISP should have given you this information.
- Enter the IP address of your Internet Service Provider’s Primary DNS Server.
- Enter a Secondary DNS Server address if one is available.
- To preserve the adjustments, click Apply.
- To test your Internet connection, click Test.
How can I use the router web interface to configure ADSL settings on my NETGEAR DSL Modem Router?
Please refer to the “Install Your Modem Router” portion of the Installation Guide at the link below to set up the physical connections. After finishing page 5, you can go to the next phase. To open the Installation Guide, click here. After connecting the devices, examine the lights on the router’s front panel. Check that the Ethernet port LED on the linked computer is illuminated.
Open a web browser to be redirected to the NETGEAR genie Wizard if this is your first time configuring the NETGEAR genie. Please use the default IP address to connect to the router if you are not redirected. www.routerlogin.net (or) http://192.168.0.1 (or) www.routerlogin.com
Default Username: admin, Default Password: password
Select No; I want to set the internet connection myself and click Next for manual configuration.
- Select Internet from the Basic Tab.
- Check the box next to “Does your internet connection need a login?“
- Click the drop-down arrow under Internet Service Provider and choose PPPoE for the PPPoE type of DSL service.
- Enter the Password and Username provided by your Internet Service Provider.
- Click the Apply button.
- When you pick the Dial on Demand option in the Connection Mode setting, the connection will start automatically when there is outgoing traffic to the Internet. It automatically ends the connection if it is idle for the time specified in the Idle Timeout setting.
- By selecting the Always On option, the connection is started automatically when the machine powers up, but it does not time out.
- In case the connection is lost for whatever reason, the router will keep attempting to reconnect.
- For connecting to the Internet, after selecting the Manually Connect option, go to the Router Status page and click the Connect button.
- If the manual connection does not time out, you must disengage it by clicking the Disconnect button on the Router Status screen.
- On the Advanced Tab, click setup, and then pick ADSL settings from the drop-down list.
- Select the Multiplexing mechanism as VC – BASED or LLC – BASED based on the type of connection you have.
- The VPI and VCI values are set at 8 and 35 by default.
- Consult your internet service provider for your VPI and VCI values, then input them into the appropriate fields.
- Click the Apply button.
- To find out what your Internet IP address is, go to ADVANCED and look under Internet Port.
- It gets linked to the Internet if the IP Address is legitimate.
- If the Internet IP Address is 0.0.0.0, choose Connection Status.
- Then, select Connect to get a valid IP address, and the Internet should be up and running.
How to configure a NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 Modem for NBN FTTP/FTTC/Fixed Wireless/HFC?
Step 1: Connect to your modem using WiFi or Ethernet.
- Check that WiFi is turned on on the device you’re using to connect to your modem (e.g., computer/laptop/smartphone/tablet). If you’re using a smartphone or tablet, switch off your mobile data and any hotspot connections throughout this procedure.
- Sync your computer/smartphone/laptop/tablet to the NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 modem’s WiFi/Wireless network.
- For connecting to the NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 modem’s WiFi network broadcast by the modem, find the WiFi network name from your device (e.g., computer/laptop), choose this network, and then enter the password for this network when required.
- If you don’t remember your WiFi password, it’s printed on the back of the NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000, behind the barcodes.
- Please note: a working internet connection is not required for connecting to the NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 modem’s WiFi or access the modem gateway page.
- On the other hand, you may connect your PC or laptop via an RJ-45 Ethernet connection to one of the four yellow Ethernet ports on the back of the NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 modem.
Step 2: Connect to your modem.
- IMPORTANT: Remove the Ethernet (RJ-45) wire from the rear of the NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 modem before attempting to log in. The power supply should be the only cord connected.
- Open your web browser (for example, Google Chrome/Internet Explorer/Mozilla Firefox/Microsoft Edge), type 192.168.0.1 into the address box, and hit Enter.
- If everything goes well, a login box or window should open, prompting you for a username and password. If you don’t see the login box or window, try www.routerlogin.net instead of 192.168.0.1.
- Fill in admin as the username and password as the password.
Step 3: Activate your NETGEAR Nighthawk D700 modem.
- Once you’ve logged in, the following set of steps may change depending on whether your NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 modem is brand new or has already been used.
- You should notice two tabs labelled ‘BASIC‘ and ‘ADVANCED‘ in the top-left corner of the page. Select ADVANCED.
- On the page’s left side, you will find a selection of alternatives. ‘SETUP‘ should be selected. Then choose ‘WAN SETUP’.
- Change the WAN Preference column to MUST USE ETHERNET WAN and click the green APPLY button. Please take a few minutes for the modem to reset.
- After allowing the modem to reboot, you should see two tabs located in the page’s top-left corner showing ‘BASIC‘ and ‘ADVANCED ‘.
- If you have been logged out of the page, follow steps 1 and 2 to get back into the NETGEAR modem page.
- Select BASIC. On the page’s left side, you will find a selection of alternatives. Select ‘INTERNET’.
- This should now bring up a page named INTERNET SETUP on the right side of the screen. There will now be more alternatives available. You will need to enter/select the following options:
- Choose a country: Choose your current country of residence.
- Choose an Internet Service Provider: Other
- Modem Transfer: This should be greyed out or unclickable.
- DSL Mode: This should be greyed out or unavailable for selection.
- Allow this interface to be used: Checked (Enabled)
- Unchecked (greyed out/not selectable): Use VLAN ID
- Is your connection password-protected? Select Yes
- PPPoE encapsulation (PPP over Ethernet)