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SmartRG SR505N Configuration

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The SmartRG SR505N Modem Front
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This is the procedure NCF uses to configure a SmartRG SR505N modem out of the box or after a factory reset. To learn more about configuring your particular modem, consult the manual.

Configure router for Dual Mode ADSL/VDSL operation

Your router can support both ADSL mode and VDSL mode.


Settings for VDSL

We'll start with the mode used for VDSL connections. These include the following NCF DSL Plans:

  • Freedom 15-10/300
  • Freedom 25/300
  • Freedom 50/300


Getting Started

1. Once you access the modem browser at 191.168.1.1 and login ( admin/admin), click the link high-lighted in red.

NOTE: If the modem is brand new, "admin/admin" will be correct. If it's not new, it's recommended to reset the modem to factory defaults by holding down the reset button with a paper clip for 6 to 9 seconds and then do step 1. Getting started

Advanced Setup

2. Click on the "Advanced Setup" link on the LH side of the page. Advanced Setup

WAN Service

3. Click on the "WAN Service" link under "Advanced Setup" and then click on the "Edit" link highlighted in red. WAN Service

Username Setup

4. On the 'PPP Username and Password' page, fill the username and password details in the field highlighted in red. Scroll to the bottom of this page - check that "Firewall" and "NAT" are enabled PPPOE set up

PPPoE config save

5. There will be two more pages to scroll through and them you can finally "Save" these changes. At this point, the Internet light on the SmartRG should turn from red and eventually to green. PPoE config save




Add Settings for ADSL Mode

You'll configure your router to operate in dual mode, so that you can start with an ADSL plan if you wish, but be able to upgrade later to a VDSL plan without having to buy a new modem (plug and play). (Of course, your router will work in VDSL mode as well, should you be starting out with a VDSL plan.)

ADSL plans include the following NCF DSL Plans:

  • Freedom 6/300
  • Freedom 7/300
  • Freedom 15-1/300
  1. Click on "Advanced"
  2. Click on "Layer2 Interface"
  3. Click on "ATM Interface"
  4. Click on "Add"

Configuring ADSL2+ 3/11

  1. Under "Select DSL Latency", check both "Path0 (Fast)" and "Path1 (Interleaved)"
  2. Ensure that VPI is 0 and that VCI is 35.
  3. For everything else, use the defaults.

Configuring ADSL2+ 4/11

  1. Click "Advanced"
  2. Click "WAN Service"
  3. Click "Add"

Configuring ADSL2+ 5/11

  1. From the drop-down box, select "atm0/(4_0_35)"
  2. Click "Next"

Configuring ADSL2+ 6/11

  1. Ensure "PPPoE" is the active choice.
  2. Ensure "Service description" is as shown.

Configuring ADSL2+ 7/11 Ensure "Enable Firewall" and "Enable NAT" are checked. Configuring ADSL2+ 8/11 Click on "ppp0.1" and then "Next" Configuring ADSL2+ 9/11 Click on "ppp0.1" and then "Next" Configuring ADSL2+ 10/11 Click on "Apply/Save" Configuring ADSL2+ 11/11 You're done adding ADSL settings. Now, skip ahead to "Wireless Configuration".

Configure as bridge

  1. Connect power and turn on the modem with the black button on the back.
  2. Connect an Ethernet LAN cable to one of the yellow rear ports
  3. In the browser's address bar, enter the IP address for the modem interface page: 192.168.1.1
  4. If the modem is fresh from the factory, use the default user name and password to gain access
    1. user: admin
    2. password: admin

If the modem was previously configured for someone, the password would be the previous user's DSL-Password. If it is unknown then do a reset to factory default, using a paper-clip in the reset hole on the back. Hold for 6 to 9 seconds to reset. The user name and password will now be as above.


  1. Click on Advanced Setup and WAN Service and click on Add
  2. The defaults are fine; click on Next.
  3. Click on Bridging and ensure the 802.1P and 802.1Q are set to 0 and 35, then click on Next.
  4. Click on Apply/Save
  5. Done!

See screenshots below:


Configuring for Bridge Mode 1/5 Configuring for Bridge Mode 2/5 Configuring for Bridge Mode 3/5 Configuring for Bridge Mode 4/5 Configuring for Bridge Mode 5/5

Wireless Configuration

Continuing now to set the Wireless configuration

  1. Ensure Enable Wireless is checked
  2. The SSID is set to NCF plus a random number, such as NCF_123456. It is recommended you not use your first or last name, or street address as this information is broadcast and other people in your area will be able to associate the signal with which home it is coming from.
  3. Click on Apply/Save at the bottom.
  4. Click on Security on the left.
  5. Set the Network Authentication to Mixed WPA2/WPA-PSK
  6. Uncheck Use base MAC address as WPA/WAPI passphrase
  7. Set the WPA/WAPI passphrase to be your DSL-Password
  8. Click Apply/save.


Configuring Wireless 1/2 Configuring Wireless 2/2

Password protect the Admin Role

  1. Click on Management on the left. Below it other options appear.
  2. Select Access Control
  3. Select Passwords
  4. Enter admin for the User Name
  5. Enter admin for the Old Password
  6. For the New Password use your DSL-Password or another strong password.
  7. Enter it once and again below to confirm
  8. Save the changes with Apply/Save

A pop-up log-in screen appears, and asks for sign-in. Use the User-ID admin and the DSL-Password just set. Return to the same configure page you were just at.


Setting Admin Password

See also