Difference between revisions of "Modem Web Interface"
Revision as of 17:07, 12 February 2010
DSL modems contain a computer comparable to a desktop or laptop computer running a UNIX operating system. For the purposes of configuring it, there are several ways to 'talk' with that computer, and the easiest way is to use a web browser.
Open a web browser on any computer connected by ethernet or wireless to your DSL modem. Type in the address bar of your browser:
and press Enter. It seems like you are asking for a page from an internet website, but actually that is the address of your DSL modem, and it will respond with a web page.
If you are prompted for a Username and Password, enter:
Username: Administrator Password: (enter here the password provided to you by NCF for your modem)
If the modem was pre-configured by NCF, the password is provided to you on a piece of paper with your modem package; it is not the same as your NCF StartPage password. If your modem was not pre-configured by NCF, try entering the default password of blank.
Once logged in, the modem will display the web interface page.