Dynalink RTA1046VW Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

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Dynalink RTA 1046VW
Configuring in Layer2 PPPoE
for Windows XP and 2000
Contents
1. Physical Connection
2. Network Configuration
3. Configuring Internet connection in Layer2 PPPoE
4. Configuring VoIP
5. Configuring Wireless
6. IPTV
7. Change of password
Please note: Please have your router powered on and connected
directly to your PC via Ethernet cable before you begin as these
instruction are based on Ethernet
1. Physical Connection
Front Panel
Back Panel
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1. Power Supply
2. RJ45 Ethernet cable to the PC
3. PSTN Telephone handset connected to Phone1 port – operating on VoIP
(RJ11 connection)
4. RJ11 cable connecting PSTN port to Phone port on micro filter
5. RJ11 cable connecting DSL port to Modem port on micro filter
6. Line port of micro filter connecting to wall socket
2. Network Configuration
PPPoE connection does not require you to have an IP address or DNS
settings manually encoded on your network card. PPPoE connection uses
authentication to establish the Internet connection and its after doing this
that your router is assigned an IP and DNS settings from TPG.
To begin, your PC needs to receive a private IP address from the router.
Most ADSL routers have DHCP enabled by default that will take care of
this.
To ensure your Network Card is ready for this, please follow the following
steps:
a. Click on
Start
->
Settings
->
Control Panel
->
Network
Connections
b. Find your Network Card then right click on this and select
Properties
c. Double click on
Internet Protocol TCP/IP
d. Ensure
“Obtain an IP address automatically”
is selected
e. Ensure
“Obtain DNS server address automatically”
is
selected
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f. Click on
OK
3. Configure In Layer 2 PPPoE
a. Open your browser and in the address bar type http://192.168.1.1 and
press enter
b. Enter
admin
for both the username and password and click on
OK
. If
you have changed the login credential, please enter the current
username and password for your router interface
c. In the
“Broadband User Name”
field enter:
<TPGusername>
@L2TP.tpg.com.au for Fixed IP plans
OR
<TPGusername>
@PPP.tpg.com.au for Dynamic IP plans
(e.g.
adsl1234@L2TP.tpg.com.au
)
ADSL2+ customers can just use their TPG Username without the extension
(@PPP.tpg.com.au or @L2TP.tpg.com.au)
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d. In the “Password” filed enter your TPG Password
Click on
Connect
e. You should now get a confirmation that your router has
authenticated/connected
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4. Configuring VoIP
a. If you are still logged into your router interface, click on the
Voice
Menu
at the top. If you are not logged in anymore use your browser to go to
192.168.1.1 and login with
admin
as the username and password (by
default)
b. In the
SIP Basic
section enter the following information:
i. SIP Registration Address =
aphone4.tpg.com.au
ii. SIP Outbound Proxy =
aphone4.tpg.com.au
iii. SIP Proxy Server Address =
aphone4.tpg.com.au
(Please note: For the above 3 fields, some customers may need to use
aphone3.tpg.com.au. If in doubt please contact TPG Technical
Support)
iv. Under
Phone 1
, enter the following information
-
Phone Number = Your TPG Username (without PPP
or L2TP extension)
-
Username = Your TPG Username (without PPP or
L2TP extension)
-
Password = Your current TPG password
v. Click on
Apply
Please note:
By entering details in the ‘Phone 1’ row, you are
setting up VoIP for the phone port at the back of your router labelled
“Phone 1” and so you must have your telephone handset connected
to this port to use VoIP. If you have a telephone handset connected
at Phone 2, this would be working on regular PSTN and not VoIP
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