If you did not receive a modem from your ISP, please contact your modems supplier for advanced setup.
The only ISP specific information you should require is the following:
Password: this is the password you selected when setting up your ADSL/Broadband account
Primary DNS Server: May be below or consult with ISP
Secondary DNS Server: May be below or consult with ISP
You can try using Open DNS - 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199
The generic ADSL settings for New Zealand are as follows:
VPI should be 0
VCI should be 100
The Protocol needs to be PPPoA (PPP over ATM RFC 2364) with VC multiplexed encapsulation (VC-MUX)
Modulation or Operating mode can be: G.992.1 G.DMT or ANSI T1.413 iss 2, but not G.Lite or G.992.2
Your IP address should be dynamically determined unless your using a static IP which you would know what to do with anyway.
Note some ISP's will only support to a limited extent and only a certain amount of modems and routers.
Telecom use Thomson's and older D-Link's possibly still supported, Slingshot are Dynalink's, Vodafone is Huawei, there 3G sticks, ex-offered telecom D-links, Orcon may also help with Thomson's but this could differ. Woosh are very limited to Netgear if wireless or a basic Netcomm NB series if ADSL.
Most of ISP's will support the model if supported, offered by them only
Here's some more information that may help.
Username email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Password: matches the above address
Dial Up Number: 0873 007 77
Incoming Mail: pop.vodafone.co.nz or pop.ihug.co.nz, Port 110
Incoming Mail: imap.vodafone.co.nz, Port 143
Outgoing Mail: smtp.vodafone.co.nz or smtp.ihug.co.nz, Port 25
Time Server: tk1.ihug.co.nz or ntp1.vodafone.co.nz
old iHug DNS Server
Username for ADSL: USERNAME.email@example.com
Dial Up Number: 087303030
POP: pop3.xtra.co.nz (Use SSL, port 995)
SMTP: send.xtra.co.nz (Use SSL, port 465, use authentication)
E-Mail authentication; Account/Login Name: username not email address
Primary DNS: ns1.xnet.co.nz or 188.8.131.52
Secondary DNS:ns2.xnet.co.nz or 184.108.40.206
News Server: news.xnet.co.nz
Incoming Mail Server: pop3.xnet.co.nz
Incoming Mail Server: imap.xnet.co.nz
Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.xnet.co.nz
Dial Up: firstname.lastname@example.org, Number: 0867 99 209
Incoming Mail: pop3.orcon.net.nz or mail.orcon.net.nz port 110
Outgoing Mail: smtp.orcon.net.nz or mail.orcon.net.nz port 25
- No SSL/No TLS used.
Primary Name Server/DNS : 220.127.116.11
Secondary Name Server/DNS : 18.104.22.168
Dial Up Number: 0873 08880
Primary DNS Server: 22.214.171.124
Secondary DNS Server: 126.96.36.199
Incoming mail server (POP3): pop3.slingshot.co.nz
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.slingshot.co.nz
IMAP mail: imap.slingshot.co.nz
Incoming Mail: pop3.woosh.co.nz
Outgoing Mail: smtp.woosh.co.nz
Time Server: iadntp.woosh.co.nz
Note - IMAP synchronizes with the email server whereas POP downloads the copy off the server to your local computer
(This features in Google NZ Search 3rd ranked for 'modem settings' as search criteria)
Comment by mushion22, on 24-Feb-2008 18:47
You should probably clarify that this info only pertains to ADSL connections. For Cable connections in Wellington, Kapiti and Christchuch, you will need the IP details that TelstraClear should have supplied you with or you can find out from their helpdesk.
Comment by KingOE, on 25-Feb-2008 10:07
Thanks mushion22 but I think if you look at 1) Most people would know if there on cable and 2)...
" Password: this is the password you selected when setting up your ADSL/Broadband account
Primary DNS Server: Consult with ISP
Secondary DNS Server: Consult with ISP
The generic ADSL settings for New Zealand are as follows":
Comment by chris, on 1-Mar-2008 06:44
Hay, is it possible to setup a router for the first time (new account) through a different ISP?
For example I am setting up a friends router and
there ISP is slingshot, can I set up the router
through my ISP XTRA or IHUG?
Comment by Alpha, on 10-Mar-2008 23:05
Hey thanks for this! I'm considering signing up on the 'Naked DSL' plan on Slingshot. I was worried about not knowing how to configure the modem and didn't feel like paying $50 for someone to come over and do it for me.
This will help HEAPS in the future! I'll be returning here once I've got everything up and running. :D
Comment by Gerard, on 3-Jul-2008 20:22
A small note on iHug usernames - they are in the format email@example.com - don't forget the 'adsl' bit of they won't work.