Creative Broadband Blaster 8022 Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

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Documentation CD.
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Creative Broadband Blaster ADSL Router 8022
Quick Start
PN 235-10270
Figure 2
Figure 1
Figure 1
Before proceeding, make sure that you have configured your Network Interface
Card successfully.
Your ADSL Router can have a number of different configurations. This section only
covers the most common configuration, PPPoA/PPPoE Routed Configuration. Your
ADSL service provider can tell you which configuration works best for you.
For more information on other configuraions, refer to your User's Guide.
3
3
Configuring your ADSL Router
PPPoA/PPPoE Configuration
DO NOT turn off the computer or router when the router configuration is being
saved.
1.
Start Internet Explorer.
2.
In the
Address
box, type “
” and press the ENTER key.
A dialog box similar to Figure 1 appears, prompting you for a username and
password.
3.
Type
admin
in the
User Name
and
Password
boxes.
8
Type the
VPI
and
VCI
values provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) in
the respective boxes.
4.
Click the
OK
button.
The Creative ADSL Router 8022 home page appears.
5.
Click the
Quick Configuration
link on the left pane.
6.
Select
Enabled
from the
Operation Mode
list box.
7.
Select
PPPoA VC-Mux
or
PPPoE LLC
from the
Encapsulation
list box.
9.
Type the PPP Username and PPP Password provided by your ISP, and
click the
Submit
button.
Refer to your User’s Guide to learn how to enable different functions
for PPPoA and PPPoE configurations, as well as how to configure
other types of connections.
Before You Begin
Write down your ADSL Router model and serial numbers, and the MAC address found at the
bottom of your router.
You will need to provide the model and serial numbers when contacting Customer Support
Services. You may also need to provide the MAC addresses to a network administrator if you
plan to use your device for a large network, such as in a school or office.
System Requirements
Be sure that your computer meets the following minimum system requirements.
Network Interface Card (NIC) installed
CD-ROM Drive
Internet Explorer 6.0
ADSL service running on your telephone line
Before setting up your ADSL Router, be sure that the Network Interface Card in your
computer is installed and functioning properly.
1.
Connect the RJ-45 cable to the Ethernet ports on your computer and router.
2.
Locate a telephone wall outlet with a running ADSL service and unplug any telephone
cable that is connected to it.
3.
Connect one end of the RJ-11 phone cable to the telephone wall outlet.
4.
Connect the other end to the ADSL port of your router.
5.
Connect the small round plug of the power adapter to the router’s DC-IN Power
connector and plug the other end into a power outlet.
6.
Turn on the power supply and router.
Before using your ADSL Router, you will need to configure your Network Interface
Card. For detailed instructions, see “Configuring your Network Interface Card”
.
Installing your Hardware
1
1
2
2
Configuring your Network Interface Card
Make sure that the computer you are using has a functioning Network Interface
Card. The default settings of your ADSL Router are:
IP address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
In Windows XP or Windows 2000
1.
After setting up your ADSL Router, turn on your computer.
2.
Click
Start
Settings
Control Panel
or
Start
Control Panel
.
3.
For Microsoft
Windows
XP users, double-click the
Network Connections
icon.
For Windows 2000 users, click the
Network and Dial-Up Connections
icon.
4.
Right-click the
Local Area Connection
icon and then click
Properties
.
5.
In the
Local Area Connection Properties
dialog box that appears, select
Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP)
and then click the
Properties
button.
6.
In the
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties
dialog box that appears, click the
Obtain
an IP address automatically
option.
7.
Click the
OK
button.
8.
In the
Local Area Connection Properties
dialog box that appears, click the
OK
button.
ON
Power outlet
Power adapter
Telephone
wall outlet
RJ-11 cable
Ethernet ports
Ethernet
port
Ethernet
port
Reset button
Power connector
ADSL port
RJ-45 cable
Hub
Copyright © 2005 Creative Technology Ltd. All rights reserved. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation. Broadband Blaster is a trademark of Creative Technology Ltd. All brand or product names mentioned herein are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners and are hereby recognised as such.
In Windows 98 SE/Windows ME
1.
After setting up your ADSL Router, turn on your computer.
2.
Click
Start
Settings
Control Panel
.
3.
Double-click the
Network
icon.
4.
In the
Network
dialog box that appears, click the
Configuration
tab.
5.
Click the name of your Ethernet card, for example, TCP/IP
PRO/100+ Management
Adapter (10/100) and then click the
Properties
button.
6.
In the
TCP/IP Properties
dialog box that appears, click the
IP Address
tab.
7.
Click the
Obtain an IP address automatically
option to select it and click the
OK
button.
8.
Click the
OK
button.
9.
When Windows prompts you to restart your computer, click the
Yes
button. The computer
restarts.
To check the IP address assigned to your Network Adapter
i.
Click
Start
Run.
ii.
When the
Run
dialog box appears, type
winipcfg
in the
Open
box, then click the
OK
button. The next dialog box may take a minute or two to appear, so do not restart your
computer or abort this operation prematurely.
iii. In the
IP Configuration
dialog box that appears, click the arrow next to the first box
and then click the name of your network device to select it.
Verify that your IP address is
192.168.1.xxx
and your Subnet Mask is
255.255.255.0
.
If not, go to steps iv and v below.
iv. Click the
Release
button and then click the
Renew
button. Your IP address and Subnet
Mask change to the above values.
v.
Click the
OK
button to close the
IP Configuration
dialog box.
After configuring your Network Interface Card, you need to configure your ADSL Router.
See “Configuring your ADSL Router”
.
To check the IP address assigned to your Network Adapter
i.
Click
Start
Programs
(or
All Programs
, if you are in Windows XP Start menu
mode)
Accessories
Command Prompt
.
ii.
When the
Command Prompt
dialog box appears, type
ipconfig
and press the
ENTER key.
Verify that your IP address is
192.168.1.xxx
and your Subnet Mask is
255.255.255.0
.
If not, go to steps iii and iv below.
iii. Type
ipconfig/release
and press the ENTER key.
iv. Type
ipconfig/renew
and press the ENTER key.
Your IP address and Subnet Mask
change to the above values.
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