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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 198368 6-Jul-2016 10:56
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Hi there,

I have just recently brought a Asus DSL AC68U VDSL modem and I was wondering where/how do I enter the Spark VDSL settings in?

Here are the Spark VDSL settings that is in their website:

Operating Mode: VDSL2
PPP Protocol: PPPoE
PPP Username:
PPP Password: password
PPP Auth Type: PAP
Encapsulation: 802.1Q
PCP Marking: 0
VID: 10
MTU: 1,500 or AUTO

Can someone please help me out? It would be great if someone could send me a screenshot of the settings that have :) .

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1587162 6-Jul-2016 14:49
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You have to login to the router web interface to put in the settings. To do that, first disconnect your PC from any network (ethernet or wifi) that it is connected to. Then:


1 - Reboot the PC


2 - Connect the PC and the router with an ethernt cable


3 - Open a web browser and put in the address bar


4 - The web interface should now be asking for a Username and Passsword. User = admin  Password = admin


5 - Now in the web interface find the 'xDSL' or 'Connection' settings page (or whatever page has the same fields as the Spark website!)


6 - Save the settings and reboot the router.


7 - Now connect the router to the telephone jack on the wall and you should be good to go. 



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