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BaudTec TW263R4 Quick Installation Manual

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Package Content 

Installation & Setup

 

BAUDTEC TW263R4 ADSL2+ MODEM 
ROUTER 

System Requirements 

1. Pentium 200 MHZ processor or above 
2. Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP and 

Windows Vista. 

3. 64 MB of RAM or above 
4. 25 MB free disk space 
 
 

For Annex-B TW263R4-B2 
ADSL2+ Router 

1. ADSL2+ Wireless Router 
2. CD-ROM (Software & Manual) 
3. Quick Installation Guide 
4. 2 x Telephone Cables (RJ-11) 
5. Ethernet Cable (RJ-45) 
6. AC Adaptor    

7. 

Annex B Splitter (ATF057)

 

For Annex-A TW263R4-A2 
ADSL2+ Router 

1. ADSL2+ Wireless Router   
2. CD-ROM (Software & Manual) 
3. Quick Installation Guide 
4. 2 x Telephone Cables (RJ-11) 
5. Ethernet Cable (RJ-45) 
6. AC Adaptor    

7. 

2 x Annex A Splitter (ATF085A1R)

 

 

Follow each STEP carefully and only go to the next step once you have 
completed the previous STEP. 
 
The Ethernet port no# 4 is

 

ONLY FOR IPTV

 and cannot be utilized as 

normal Ethernet port. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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STEP 1 

Connection of ADSL2+ Modem Router 

If you have an 

ISDN telephone line

 connect the modem router as shown 

below: 

 

1. 

Connect one end of the RJ-45 Ethernet Cable to your PC’s Ethernet port 
and the other end to one of the 4

"LAN"

 ports of the Wireless ADSL 

MODEM ROUTER.   

 
2. 

Connect the supplied RJ11 telephone cable from your office's telephone 
jack to the 

"LINE "

 port of the supplied ATF057 splitter. Connect another 

RJ11 telephone cable to the 

"MODEM"

 port of the splitter and connect the 

other end of this cable to the 

"LINE"

 port of your WLAN ADSL2+ Router. 

3. 

Connect a RJ11 telephone cable to the 

"PHONE"

 port of the splitter and 

connect the other end to the input which is underneath the NETMOD/NT1 
OTE unit. 

4. 

Connect the power adapter to the power inlet 

"POWER"

 of the ADSL2+ 

WiFi Router and turn the 

"ON/OFF SWITCH"

 to switch of your ADSL2+ 

WiFi Router on and wait for 2 minutes before moving to the next step. 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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If you have a PSTN telephone line (normal analog line) connect the router 
as shown below:   

 

1. 

Connect the supplied RJ45 Ethernet cable from your PC's Ethernet port to 
one of the 3 

LAN

 ports of the ADSL2+ Router's. 

ATTENTION: The LAN 

port no 4 (purple marking) can only be used for Set-Top-Box (STB) 
connection. 

2. 

a)

 Connect the supplied RJ11 telephone cable from your home's telephone 

jack to the “

LINE

” port of your ADSL2+ Router. 

b)

 In case you use a telephone device on the same home telephone jack, 

please plug the RJ11 telephone cable from your home’s telephone jack to 
the “

LINE

” port of the supplied ATF085A1R splitter. Connect the second 

one supplied RJ11 telephone cable to the “

DSL

” port of the supplied splitter 

and the other end of this cable to the “

LINE

” port of your ADSL2+ Router. 

3. 

Connect an RJ11 telephone cable to the “

PHONE

” port of the splitter and 

connect the other end to your telephone device. In case you have more 
than one telephone devices on other telephone sockets in your house, you 
have to place a splitter between them and the telephone jack.    Connect 
together, using an RJ11 telephone cable, the “

LINE

” port of the splitter with 

your telephone jack. 

4. 

Connect the power adapter to the power inlet “

POWER

” of the ADSL2+ 

Router and turn the “

ON/OFF SWITCH

” to switch of your ADSL2+ Router 

on. And wait for 2 minutes before moving to the next step. 

 


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LED Meaning 

Your WLAN ADSL2+ Router has indicator lights on the front side.   
Please see below for an explanation of the function of each indicator light. 
 

 

: Power indicator 

 

: ADSL Link indicator 

 

: Internet Active indicator 

: Wireless Active indicator 

: Ethernet Active indicator 

 
 

Table 1.1: LED function 

Label Color 

On 

Flash 

Off 

 

Green 

Ready 

Not Ready 

Power Off 

 

Green 

Connect to 

DSLAM 

Disconnect to 

DSLAM 

N/A 

 

Green 

Connect to 

Internet / IDLE

Transmit / 

Receive Data

Disconnect to 

Internet 

 

Green N/A Wireless 

Active

Deactivated 

 

Green 

Ethernet 

Connected 

Transmit / 

Receive Data

Ethernet 

Disconnected 

 

 


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STEP 2 

Configuration Procedures 

Before starting the WLAN ADSL2+ Router configuration, please kindly     
configure the PC computer as below, to have automatic IP address /     
DNS Server. 
 

For Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP 

1.

 

Click on 

" Start " -> " Control Panel " 

(in Classic View).In the Control 

Panel, double click on 

" Network Connections " 

to continue. 

 

 

2.

 

Single right click on

 " Local Area connection ", 

then click 

" Properties ". 

 

 

 


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3.

 

Double click on 

" Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) "

 

 

4.

 

Check 

" Obtain an IP address automatically

 

"

 and 

" Obtain DNS 

    server address automatically "

 then click on 

" OK " 

to continue. 

 

 

5. Click 

" Show icon in notification area when connected "

 (see screen 

image in 3. above) then Click on 

" OK "

 to complete the setup 

procedures. 

 


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For Windows Vista-32/64 

1.

 

Click on 

" Start "

 ->

 " Control Panel "

 (in Classic View) -> 

" Network 

and Sharing Center "

. In the Manage network connections, double click 

on 

" Manage network connections "

 to continue. 

 

 

2. Single right click on

 " Local Area connection "

, then click   

" Properties "

 

 

 


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3. The screen will display the information

 " User Account Control "

 and 

click 

" Continue "

 to continue. 

 
4.

 

Double click on 

" Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) ".

 

 

 

5. Check 

" Obtain an IP address automatically "

 and 

" Obtain DNS 

server address automatically " 

then click on 

" OK " 

to continue. 

 

 

6.You can see the screen will appear as shown in step 4. above, then click 

on 

" OK "

 to complete the setup procedures. 

 


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STEP 3 

WLAN ADSL2+ Router Configuration 
 

1. Please insert the supplied CD into your CD-ROM drive. 
2. The CD should auto-start, displaying the window shown in 3. below. If 

your CD does not start automatically go to Windows Explorer, Select your 
CD drive and double click 

" setup.exe "

3. Please choose your language (Greek or English) and then click button to 

continue. 

 

 

4. Please click 

" Ethernet connection "

 button to continue. 

 

 


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5. Please fill in the User name and Password fields with those ones which 
have been provided to you during the purchase of the conn-x package and 
press "Save configuration". Please wait for 2-3 minutes. 
 
NOTE: The User name must be followed by @otenet,gr 
(

username@otenet.gr

).    

 

 

STEP 4 

Connect Wirelessly 

For easy installation it is advised to keep the default settings. You can later 
change the wireless settings via the wireless configuration menu. (see user 
manual on the CD – Chapter 8 and other)

 

or, if you want to change the 

network key now and/or to change the password on device’s login 
webpage, please go to below step 5. 

 

In case the below settings do not appear on your computer, please check 
your Wireless USB Stick or your Wireless Network Card User Manuals 
which are included in their packaging.     
1. Double click on the wireless icon on your computer and search for the 

wireless network. The name of it, noted as 

“SSID”

, is written on the 

sticker underneath the modem. 

 

 

 


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2. Click on the wireless network shown with your UNIQUE SSID. 

 

 

3. Enter the network key

 “WPA”

 that belongs to your wireless Network 

(you will find the key written on the sticker underneath the modem, 
noted as 

“WPA”

).

 

You can later change this network key via the 

wireless configuration menu. (see user manual on the CD – Chapter 
8 and other)

 

or, if you want to change the network key now and/or to 

change the password on device’s login webpage, please go below to 
chapter 5. 

 

 
 
 
 

 


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4. Click on Connect or Apply 

 

 

5. If you want to change the network key,

 

and /or to change the password on 

device’s login webpage, launch your web browser (Internet Explorer 6.0 
and above, or Netscape Navigator 7.0 and above), and type 
http://192.168.1.1 

 

6. Please enter user name (

"admin"

 is the default). The password is written 

on the sticker underneath the modem named as 

"Admin Password"

 and 

click 

"OK"

 

 
 
 
 

 


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7. Go to 

Interface Setup 

 Wireless 

to change the default key of the 

Wireless Lan Network. Delete all characters from field 

"Pre-Share

 

Key"

 

and type 8~63 characters of your desire for your new key (you can type 
either letters or numbers, symbols are excluded) and then press 

SAVE 

(write the password on a piece of paper in case you forget it). For further 
details on Wireless Lan settings or on the different security modes, such 
as: “ WEP-64Bits” / “ WEP-128Bits” / “WPA-PSK” / “ WPA2-PSK ”, please 
refer to the User Manual on the CD – Chapter 8 and other. 

 

 
 

 

 

 


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8. To change the password on device’s login webpage, go to 

Maintenance 

-> Administration

 as below figure, then enter the new password to below 

figure twice, and 

SAVE

 it (write the password on a piece of paper in case 

you forget it).The default is 

admin (Username) 

and password, the 

"ADMIN PASSWORD" 

which is written underneath the modem. 

 

 
9. Change User name and Password 

A. In case you want to change the User name and Password (the User 

name can be changed only once, while the Password can be changed 
as many times as you wish), open the Internet Explorer and type: 

http://www.oteshop.gr/myservices/myid

 

B. Please follow the instructions as these are shown on the page you 

have opened.    

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

 
 

 


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Important notice – Safety 

 

Risk of fire or electric shock! 

z

 Ensure that air can circulate freely through the ventilation holes on 

this unit. Allow at least 5~10 cm clearance around the unit. 

z

 Never expose this unit to direct sunlight, naked flames or heat. 

z

 Never place this unit on other electrical equipment. 

z

 Keep away from this unit during lightning storms. 

z

 Never remove the casing of this unit. Please leave all maintenance 

work to qualified personnel. 

z

 Keep this unit away from water, moisture and liquid filled objects.

 

 
 

 

Recycle Notice 

 

Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality material 
and components which can be recycled and reused. When this 
crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product, it means the 
product is covered by the European Directive 2002/95/EC. Please 
inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical 
and electronic products or contact the supplier of this product for further 
information on their environmental performances. Please act according 
to your local regulations and do not dispose your old products with your 
normal household waste. The correct disposal of your old product will 
help to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment 
and human health. 

 
 
 
 
 

This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the 
European Community. This product complies with the requirements of 
the following directives and guidelines: EN60950-1, R&TTE 99 / 5 / EC.   
 

 
The product comes with 12 months warranty period which begins 
from the date of purchase. 

 


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