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SmartRG 505N: Modem Setup (VDSL) (Bridged)

You should only bridge your modem when you have a separate stand alone router which you would prefer to use over the built in routing/wireless functions of the modem. If you do not intend to use a stand alone router, it is advised that you setup your Smart RG 505N modem in routed mode:

https://help.teksavvy.com/hc/en-us/articles/200502945-How-To-Set-up-a-SmartRG-505n-VDSL-Routed-Mo...

IMPORTANT: If you perform these steps, you will need to setup an alternate device to establish a PPP Connection to our service using your PPP Username and PPP Password. Generally this would be performed by your router, or an individual computer.

These instructions apply to the following VDSL packages ONLY: 

  • DSL 15/10
  • DSL 25/10
  • DSL 50/10

Instructions: 

  1. Open a web browser and navigate to the modem's web interface by going to the following address: http://192.168.1.1
  2. Click on the Advanced Configuration link. (Found in the top right corner)
  3. Enter the Admin username and password. (These should both be admin unless you've changed them)
  4. Click on the Advanced Setup link. (Found on the left side of the page)
  5. Click on the WAN Service link. (Found just below Advanced Setup)
  6. If there is anything present in the Wide Area Network (WAN) Service Setup table, check the Remove box(es) and then click the Remove button.
  7. Click on the Layer2 Interface link. (Found just above the WAN Service link)
  8. Click on the PTM Interface link. (Found just below Layer 2 Interface)
  9. If there is anything present in the DSL PTM Interface Configuration table, check the Remove box(es) and then click the Remove button.
  10. Click the Add button.
  11. Check the Path0 (Fast) and Path1 (Interleaved) boxes.
  12. Click Apply/Save.
  13. Click the WAN Service link. (Found on the left side of the page)
  14. Click the Add button.
  15. Select the appropriate WAN Service Interface Configuration value from the drop down list. (If you've followed these instructions from the start there should be only one value that starts with ptm, select this.)
  16. Click Next.
  17. Select Bridging as the WAN service type.
  18. Set the 802.1P Priority field to 1.
  19. Set the 802.1Q VLAN ID field to 35.
  20. Click Next.
  21. You should now find yourself at the WAN Setup - Summary page, click Apply/Save.
  22. Congratulations! Your Smart RG 505n modem is now bridged!

Is there an easier way?

Yes there is! Follow the instructions on this page to setup your modem using a pre-made configuration file.

Next Steps:

If you have not already done so please setup your third party router to perform the required PPPoE connection. If you need assistence with this step, please consult the support offered by your router manufacturer.

Alternatively, consult one of the following guides on how to setup your computer to establish the required PPPoE connection.

WINDOWS XP:
https://help.teksavvy.com/hc/en-us/articles/200268815-How-to-Create-a-Broadband-Dialer-on-Windows-XP

WINDOWS VISTA/7:
https://help.teksavvy.com/hc/en-us/articles/200343024-How-to-Create-a-Broadband-Dialer-on-Windows...

MAC OSX TIGER:
https://help.teksavvy.com/hc/en-us/articles/200325510-How-To-Create-a-Broadband-Dialer-on-OSX-Tig...

MAC OSX LEOPARD:
https://help.teksavvy.com/hc/en-us/articles/200268805-How-to-Create-a-Broadband-Dialer-on-OSX-Leo...

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