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This is a reference of important resources for DSL modems NCF has sold or members have needed support for over the years. It includes:

  • NCF created resources
  • Manufacturer resources
  • Helpful 3rd-party resources
DSL Quick Configuration Info
VPI / VCI (ADSL) 0.35
VLAN (VDSL) 35
Protocol PPPoE
DSL username (eg. aa999@ncf.ca)
DSL Password Starts with 'ncf' (not the same

as your NCF Start Page login)

Note: Modem emulators, that let you try out the modem interface online, can be found in each of the specific modem sections.

SmartRG Modems

SmartRG Modems | TP-Link Modems | Sagemcom and Bell Modems | Thomson and SpeedTouch Gateways

TP-Link Modems

SmartRG Modems | TP-Link Modems | Sagemcom and Bell Modems | Thomson and SpeedTouch Gateways

TP-Link TD-8616
 TP-Link 8616 Front TP-Link 8616 Back

Strictly a modem, does not have the capability to dynamically assign an IP address to any hosts. Use modem manual for configuration (Especially Section 3.1)

Configuring 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.

Sagemcom and Bell Modems

SmartRG Modems | TP-Link Modems | Sagemcom and Bell Modems | Thomson and SpeedTouch Gateways

Thomson and SpeedTouch Gateways

SmartRG Modems | TP-Link Modems | Sagemcom and Bell Modems | Thomson and SpeedTouch Gateways

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

See also