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3BB ADSL modem Instructions For Use Manual

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Installation 

Installation procedure: 

A    Install ADSL Router (Page 1-3) 

B    LAN Card setting (Page 4-12)

 

B.1 For Windows XP user 

B.2 For Windows Vista user 

C    How to use 3BB CD-ROM and Username/Password Setting (Page 13-21) 

C.1 Setting by using CD-ROM 

C.2 Setting via web page 

A Install ADSL Router 

You can connect the cables according to Figure (1): 

1.  Connect the LINE port of the ADSL2+ router and the MODEM port of a splitter by using a 

telephone line. 

(Two telephone lines are provided in the product package) 

2.  Connect the LINE port of the splitter and the telephone outlet on the wall by using the other 

telephone line. 

3.  Connect the LAN port of the ADSL2+ router and the Ethernet/LAN port of a PC by using a 

LAN cable. 

4.  Connect the POWER port of the ADSL2+ router to the power socket by using the power 

adapter. 

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Figure (1) 

 

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(1) PC 

(2) Phone 

(3) RJ-11 telephone line 

(4) Splitter 

(5) RJ-11 telephone line

(6) Phone jack 

(7) RJ-11 telephone line

(8) MT880 

(9) RJ-45 Ethernet cable 

(10) power socket 

(11) power socket 

 

 

Router rear panel 

 

 

Figure (2) 

 

ADSL 

ADSL port; connects to the Modem port of the splitter. 

Ethernet 

Ethernet port; connects to the Ethernet port on your 
computer or an Ethernet hub 

Reset 

Press this button and hold for three seconds to restore the 
Modem to its default setting. Resetting will eliminate the 
customized data,
 

Power 

Power switch

 

12V AC 0.8A Power plug; connects to power adapter. 

 

Remark: You can see installation guide from the CD which provided in the box.

 


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LEDs 

 

 

Figure (3) 

 

The following table describes the meaning of the LEDs. 
Table(1) Meaning of the LEDs 

Label 

Status 

Color 

Meaning 

On Green 

Power 

On 

Power 

Off NA Power 

Off 

On 

Green 

The MT880 is activated. 

On 

Orange  The built-in PPP dial-up software succeeds in dialing. 
Green 

The MT880 is being activated. 

Blinking 

Orange  The built-in PPP dial-up software is dialing. 

ADSL LINK 

Off 

NA 

The telephone line is not connected or the next activation 
is being prepared. 

Blinking  Green 

There is traffic over the ADSL interface. 

ADSL ACT 

Off 

NA 

No data is transmitted through the ADSL interface. 

Green 

The Ethernet interface is normally connected and the 
data is transmitted at 10 Mbit/s. 

On 

Orange 

The Ethernet interface is normally connected and the 
data is transmitted at 100 Mbit/s. 

LAN LINK 

Off 

NA 

The Ethernet interface is not connected with the network 
cable. 

Blinking  Green 

There is traffic over the Ethernet interface. 

LAN ACT 

Off 

NA 

No data is transmitted through the Ethernet interface. 

 

 

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B LAN Card setting 

B.1 For Windows XP user 

1. Click 

Start > Setting > Control Panel

 

Figure (4) 

2. Double-click 

Network Connection

 

Figure (5) 

3. Double-click 

Local Area Connection

 

Figure (6) 

 


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4. Click 

Properties

 

Figure (7) 

5. Click 

Internet Protocol (TCP/IP),then click Properties

 

Figure (8) 

 

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6. At 

General tab, click Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server 

address automatically then click OK

 

Figure (9) 

7.  Verify the network settings of your PC as follows: 

On the Windows desktop, click Start > Setting Network Connection > Local Area 

Connection

 

Figure (10) 

 


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8. Choose 

the 

support tab to view the IP address of the PC. 

The correct IP address should be in the range of 192.168.1.2 – 192.168.1.254. 

If the network settings are correct, you can start the installation. 

 

Figure (11) 

 

 

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B.2 For Windows Vista user

 

1. Click 

 > Settings > Control Panel

 

Figure (12) 

2. Double-click 

Network and Sharing Center

 

Figure (13) 

3. Click 

Manage network connections

 

Figure (14) 

 


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4. Double-click Local Area Connection

 

Figure (15) 

5. Click 

Properties

 

Figure (16) 

 

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6. Choose 

Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Properties

 

Figure (17) 

7. At 

General tab, click Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server 

address automatically then click OK

 

Figure (18)

 

 


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8.  Verify the network settings of your PC as follows: 

On the Windows desktop,click 

 > Settings > Network Connections.

 

 

Figure (19) 

9. Double-click 

Local Area Connection.

 

 

Figure (20)

 

 

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10. Click

 

Properties.

 

 

Figure (21)

 

11. Click Details to view the IP address of the PC. The correct IP address should be in the 

range of 192.168.1.2 – 192.168.1.254

 

as Figure (22). 

 

Figure (22)

 

 


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C How to use 3BB CD-ROM and Username/Password 

Setting 

C.1 Setting by using CD-ROM 

1.  Insert the 3BB CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your PC, if display shows as Figure 

(30) please process as step 4, if display can’t show as Figure (30) please process as

 

 

step 2. 

Remark: If you can’t use 3BB CD-ROM, you can set the Username and Password as topic 

C.2 

2.  How to open the file from CD-ROM for Username and Password manual setting. 

In case of can’t go to welcome page automatically, please do as following 
 

2.1  For Windows XP user   

- Click Start> My Computer as Figure (23) 

 

 

Figure (23) 

 

 

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- Double-click at User CD-ROM drive, then can show as Figure (30).   

   

Figure (24) 

2.2  For Windows Vista user 

- Click 

  > Computer as Figure (25) 

 

Figure (25) 

 


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- Double-click at User CD-ROM drive. 

 

Figure (26) 

- Open the CD-ROM

 

Drive

 

and right-click on the icon of the MT880r-T file. 

 

Figure (27) 

- Choose Run as administrator from shortcut menu as shown in Figure (28). 

 

Figure (28) 

 

 

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- Click Allow in the displayed User Account Control as shown in Figure (29). 

 

Figure (29) 

After that display will show as Figure (30)

 

and please process as step 3.

 

3.  The display will show as Figure (30) 

 

Figure (30) 

 


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4. Choose 

English language from the Language list-down box in the lower left corner of the 

dialog box.

 

See Figure (30) 

5. Click 

NEXT>> in each of the following pages until you are asked to enter your username 

and password. See Figure (31). 

6.  Enter your username and password provided by 3BB, and click SAVE

The program will set up the ADSL2+ router and connect to the Internet automatically. 

After the ADSL2+ router is connected to the Internet, you can surf the Internet as you wish. 

 

Figure (31) 

 

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C.2 Setting via Web Page 

The ADSL2+ router is pre-configured by 3BB for all internet services. You can check all the 

settings manually at any time if needed. 

 

Simple Set up Method 

1. Open 

Web

 

Browser such as

 

Internet Explorer (IE), type

 

http://192.168.1.1/3bb 

then press 

Enter. 

 

Figure (32) 

2. 

 

The Windows as shown in figure (33) will appear, input

 

Username and

 

Password for 

internet connecting, and then click

 

SAVE to save it. 

 

Figure (33) 

3.  The Windows as shown in figure (34) will appear, click

 

Yes

 

to close the Windows. 

 

Figure (34) 

 


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Web Set up Method 

1.  After connecting the cables as Figure (1) page 1, run the ADSL2+ router for 1–2 minutes. 

2.  Launch the Internet Explorer and access the address 192.168.1.1. 

 

 

Figure (35) 

3. In 

the 

Logon page, enter your username and password. 

The default values are admin (username) and 3bb (password). 

 

 

Figure (36) 

 

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4.  Then the web setup page is displayed as shown in Figure (37). 

 

Figure (37) 

5. Click 

Basic -> WAN Setting -> PVC-0 on web setup, enter your username and password 

provided by 3BB and click Submit to save the changes. Now the ADSL2+ router will 

automatically connect to the 3BB network and is ready for Internet services. 

 

Figure (38) 

 

 

Figure (39)

 

 


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Verifying Network Settings 

Verify the network settings by selecting the Status tab of the web setup page. See Figure (40). 

If the IP address is 0.0.0.0, it indicates that the connection is incorrect. The correct value should 

be something like 202.xxx.xxx.xxx. 

 

Figure (40) 

Troubleshooting 

If there is any problem with the ADSL2+ router, try the following operations to fix the problem: 

1.  Make sure that all the cables and the power adapter are connected properly refer to     

Figure (1) 

2.  Make sure that the TCP/IP settings of your PC are correct. 

That is, the PC is set to obtain an IP address automatically from the DNS server. Refer to 
topic B. 

3.  Contact Call center 1530. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue: 05 (2009-09-14) 

Part Number: 103136