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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)

SmartRG Modem

SR505N, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless


Sagemcom Modem

2864, four-port ethernet + "N" wireless

Sagemcom 2864 external view.JPG

TP-Link Modems

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

TP-Link TD-W8951ND.jpg

8816, single ethernet port


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

TP-Link TD-W8950ND.jpg

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


8616, one-port modem only


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.

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

TG585v7 45 LR.jpg

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

TG585v7 45 LR.jpg

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

ST585v6 45.jpg

ST516 modem version 6, single ethernet port

ST516v6 45.jpg

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