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Topic # 143845 29-Apr-2014 14:10
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Help please
I have moved back to NZ and brought my Bipac 7800N with me and want to use it instead of the piece of S%@T telecom NZ supplied.
Telecom NZ will not support other modems being used and I need help how to set the 7800N up, can any one help?
My other option is to purchase in NZ a TP-Link W8980 for NZD$170 or Netgear D6200 NZD$239.
We have a upstairs down stairs house and we stream netflicks etc.. also I work from home and the 7800N was awesome in AUS for this.'

 

Any help or support much appreciated

 

Ta

 

Stephen

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  Reply # 1033166 29-Apr-2014 14:12
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Just use the user@xtrabb.co.nz username and abc123 for the password (unless you have ordered a Static IP, in which case you will need a dedicated username and password that they will give you).




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  Reply # 1034088 30-Apr-2014 16:17
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Hi Stephen,
  Click on Port: in main configuration page, and change
Main Port ADSL
VPI/VCI to 0/100.
Protocol PPoA
Username xxxxxxx
Encap..Method VC/MUX
amend dns etc accordingly
Click Save Config

HTH

Daryl



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  Reply # 1034140 30-Apr-2014 17:09
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HI Everyone,
All connected and running all good, just want to say thanks for all the support guys.
If any one looking for a cost effective wifi modem7800N is one of the best wifi modem's I have ever used and only costs AUD$150!!
Does everything you need.
Regards
Stephen

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