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This easy-to-use product is perfect for the office or small business. If you want to take your computing to the next level, the Actiontec 54 Mbps Wireless Gateway is sure to be one of the keys to your success. If the Power Light glows steadily green, the Gateway is receiving power and fully operational.
When the Power Light is rapidly flashing, the Gateway is initializing. If the Power Light is not illuminated when the power cord is plugged in, the Gateway has suffered a critical error and technical support should be contacted. Qwest Actiontec support page at this address: Contact Actiontec at for installation and configuration support information.
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To purchase Actiontec wireless cards and peripherals, visit the Actiontec Web site at www. Setting Up the Modem The instructions that follow parallel the steps contained in the Installation Guide, which provides a visual guide to setting up the Modem. It is recommended the user run the Installation Guide first, before attempting any other procedures. To set up the Modem, it must be connected to a computer, and then configured.
Chapter 2 Setting Up the Modem 3. Read the instructions, select Initial Setup by clicking on the appropriate radio button, then click Next. Read the instructions regarding the service activation date, then click Next.
Select the appropriate actiontrc payment option, then click Next. Read the on-screen instructions regarding the terms and agreements of the rental or purchase contract, click in the white circle next to I accept this Chapter 2 Setting Up the Modem 7. Click the check box next to Ethernet Recommendedthen click Next. Read the on-screen information concerning home security alarms, then click Next. Make sure the items needed to connect the Modem to the first computer on included in the kit, then click Next.
Get the Modem from the kit, then click Next. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Modem Get the Power cord from the black ggt701-wg and plug the smaller end into the black Power port on the rear panel of the Modem, then click Next. Plug the larger end of the Power cord into a power outlet, then click Next.
Confirm the Power light on the front of the Modem glows solid green, then click Next. Get the yellow Gg701-wg cable from the kit and plug one end into a Yellow Plug the other end of the yellow Ethernet cable into an Ethernet port on the back of the computer.
An Ethernet port looks similar to a phone jack, but is slightly larger. Get the green cable from the kit and plug one end into the green Line port on the rear panel of the Modem. Plug the other end of the green cable into the phone jack closest to the com- puter. Insert the Installation in the drive of the computer.
Wait until the following screen appears, read the on-screen instructions, select English, then click Next. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Modem 5. Read the on-screen instructions regarding the terms and agreements of the rental or purchase contract, click in the white circle next to I accept this agreement, then click Next.
Click the check box next to USB, then click Next. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Modem 9. Make sure the USB light on the front of the Modem glows solid green. All telephones and other devices answering machines, fax machines, etc. Read the on-screen information, then unplug all telephones and other devices from their phone jacks. Do not unplug the green cable from the phone jack near your computer. Plug a phone filter into every phone jack with a telephone or other device connected to it, then plug the ends of the phone lines disconnected in step 3 into the phone filters plugged into wall jacks.
If using a wall-mount phone, read the on-screen instructions, then click Next. If not installing a wall-mount phone filter, go step 7. Install a wall-mount phone filter by removing the wall-mount telephone and open- ing the top and bottom toggles.
Plug the phone cord into the Phone Jack on the back of the Modem. The connections should look like the configuration in the picture, below if the first computer is connected via Ethernet; if the first computer is connected via USB, the purple cable will be plugged into the purple port.
Read the on-screen information concerning automatic water meters, then click Next. Make sure the appropriate lights on the front of the Modem glows solid green. Enter the user name and password in the appropriate text boxes, enter them again in the pop-up window that appears, then click Next.
The Modem is configured. This may take up to five minutes Read the on-screen information, then click Next. A series of additional screens appear.
– ActionTec GTwg Configuration
manuql Read the information contained in them, and click Next in each. When the screen below appears, the Installation Guide has finished, and the Modem has been connected and configured. Read the on-screen instructions, select Qwest. Select the appropriate Protocol type. This information should be provided by the. When finished, click Next. Enter the user name and password in the appropriate text boxes.
If the does not require a user name or password, click in the appropriate check box. Select the appropriate type. Select the type of Static address received from the Single or Blockthen click Next.
Enter the Address, Subnet, Gateway, 1, and 2 information if applicable in the proper text boxes. This information is available in the Welcome Letter.
The Installation Guide checks the configuration of the Modem. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Modem 8. Read the on-screen information, actiontsc click through the next few windows to exit the Installation Guide.
To connect while traveling, ask the about a dial-up account. The Basic Setup includes instructions on how to connect the Gateway to the and chang- ing the adnim user name and password. In the next window, follow the on-screen instructions, then actintec Next. Maunal the next screen, indicate whether the user is using MSN Microsoft Network by clicking in the appropriate circle.
Chapter 4 Basic Setup 6.
The Gateway is successfully configured. The Power Light flashes rapidly while the Gateway restarts, then glows steadily green when fully operational.
The Internet Light gt701-dg also glow steadily green. The Gateway is now configured and users can start surfing the Web. The first section explains the configuration using a single static address; the second sec- tion explains the configuration using a block of static addresses.
If the Main Menu screen does not appear, make sure the Ethernet cable is properly connected. If no settings were provided, go to step 7. The Gateway has acfiontec configured to support a single static address. Click Begin Advanced Setup. These addresses should be included on the worksheet. Advanced Setup This section contains information concerning advanced configuration, such as wireless settings, remote management, and Web site blocking. Accessing Advanced Setup To access the Advanced Setup configuration screens, follow these instructions: Open the Web browser.
In the address bar enter: In the next mnaual, read the recommendations. To perform an advanced setup on the Gateway, click Begin Advanced Setup. To check all the set- tings, actiojtec if unsure of which settings to modify, select Next. After selecting a connection type, click Next to continue configuring the connection. Transparent Bridging Select this option to use the Gateway as a transparent bridge.
PPP Auto Connect auto connect is activated by clicking in the appropriate check boxthe Gateway will attempt to automatically redial the connection if it is dropped or disconnected during an online session.
Contact the if unsure of the proper configuration. Chapter 6 Advanced Setup Security There are four wireless security options: The latter three options are different types of wireless security. Selecting Off disables wireless security. Selecting this option allows any computer with wireless capability and the correct value to join the wireless network.
A WEP – hexadecimal digit consists of alphanumeric characters ranging from An example of a -bit key is: