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ZyXel VSG1432: Modem Setup (VDSL)

The ZyXel VSG1432 Modem can be setup in Routed or Bridge mode.

Routed mode is recommended for most users as it allows you to take full advantage of all of the ZyXel VSG1432's capabilities.

Bridge mode is only recommended for advanced users who intend to use their own stand-alone router/networking equipment.

Please Note: The VDSL setup option should only be used if you are on a VDSL package. Additionally, the VSG1432 modem is NOT compatible with VDSL packages in Ontario and Quebec.

Routed:

  1. Navigate to the modem's web interface. (192.168.1.1)
  2. Log in using the default username and password. (admin/1234)
  3. Hover over the Network Settings tab. (bottom center of screen)
  4. Click on the Broadband link.
  5. If an interface is already present in the table, click the trash can icon to delete it.
  6. Click the Add New WAN Interface button.
  7. Check the Active check box.
  8. Set the Name to whatever you would like. (or TekSavvy if you can't think up a name)
  9. Set the Type to ADSL/VDSL over PTM.
  10. Set the Mode to Routing.
  11. Set the Encapsulation to PPPoE.
  12. Enter your DSL user name into the PPP User Name field.
  13. Enter your DSL password into the PPP Password field.
  14. Check the PPP Auto Connect check box.
  15. Set the PPPoE Service Name to whatever you would like. (or TekSavvy)
  16. Set IP Address to Obtain an IP Address Automatically.
  17. Check the NAT Enable check box.
  18. Check the IGMP Proxy Enable check box.
  19. Check the Apply as Default Gateway check box.
  20. Set DNS to Dynamic.
  21. Click Apply.

Bridge:

  1. Navigate to the modem's web interface. (192.168.1.1)
  2. Log in using the default username and password. (admin/1234)
  3. Hover over the Network Settings tab. (bottom center of screen)
  4. Click on the Broadband link.
  5. If an interface is already present in the table, click the trash can icon to delete it.
  6. Click the Add New WAN Interface button.
  7. Check the Active check box.
  8. Set the Name to whatever you would like. (or TekSavvy if they can't think up a name)
  9. Set the Type to ADSL/VDSL over PTM.
  10. Set the Mode to Bridge.
  11. Click Apply.
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