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* [http://www.tp-link.com/Resources/document/TD-8616_V7_User_Guide.pdf Modem Manual]
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* [http://www.tp-link.com/lb/download/TD-8616.html#Firmware 8816 Firmware]
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Revision as of 18:36, 23 August 2016

The manual for your NCF-supplied DSL modem can be found at the links below.

For instructions on how to configure these modems, see Modem Configuration (DSL)

Contents

TP-Link Modems

9970, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless ADSL/VDSL



8816, single ethernet port ADSL


8961ND, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless ADSL


8951ND, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless ADSL


8950ND, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless ADSL


8901G, four-port ethernet + "G" wireless ADSL



8960NB, four-port ethernet + "N" Wireless, ADSL



8616, one-port modem only, NO PPPoe log-in capability

Very rarely encountered. Strictly a modem, does not have the capability to dynamically assign an IP address to any hosts. User must assign one manually. The modem manual details the process well in Section 3.1. NOTE: This does not supply the user with a Static IP address.

Note that configuring this device on a computer with more than one Ethernet interface requires that you temporarily disable one of them, due to the 8616's lack of DHCP services. So, issue a terminal command of "ifconfig eth0 down" before configuring the modem. The modem only requires a VPI and VCI. It is not necessary to specify PVC2.



SmartRG Modem

SR505N, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless VDSL



Sagemcom Modem

2864, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless VDSL


Thomson Gateways

NCF sold Thomson modems prior to December 2011. Before 2010, Thomson Gateway (TG) DSL modems ('gateways') were called 'SpeedTouch' (ST).

TG585 DSL modem version 8, four-port ethernet + wireless "G" ADSL



TG585 DSL modem version 7, four-port ethernet + wireless "G" ADSL


ST585 DSL modem version 6, four-port ethernet + wireless "G" ADSL



ST516 modem version 6, single ethernet port ADSL


Bell Modems (not sold by NCF)

Bell 2Wire 2701HG-G, four ethernet ports, wireless "G", ADSL



Speedstream 5200, four ethernet ports, ADSL


Bell Home Hub 1000, four ethernet ports, wireless "N" ADSL+VDSL



Bell Home Hub 2000, four ethernet ports, wireless "AC" ADSL+VDSL


See also