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SpeedTouch ST-510 1-Port Router - Setup Guide

SpeedTouch ST-510 1-Port Router - Setup Guide

SpeedTouch ST-510 1-Port Router - Setup Guide


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  1. Introduction
  2. Before you begin
  3. Setting up your hardware
  4. Installing your SpeedTouch ST-510
  5. Connecting to the Internet
  6. Troubleshooting
  7. Advanced Settings

Introduction
Your hardware pack contains:
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Before you start
Make sure your broadband account has been activated and that you have your broadband username and password. Find these in your welcome mail or the Connection Settings section of the Member Centre.
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Setting up your hardware
1. Plug one of the microfilters into your telephone socket. You'll need one microfilter for each device that uses your telephone line (Sky, fax, additional handsets). Check our Guide To Fitting Microfilters for more information.
2. Plug the grey broadband cable into the microfilter socket marked DSL.
3. Plug the other end of the cable into the DSL socket on the back of the router.
4. If you've got a 2-part power supply, clip the pins onto the adapter.
5. Connect the power supply and switch the router on with the power button at the back.
6. The Power light will be red at first and the Broadband light will flash. Wait until they stop flashing and turn green before moving on to the next section.
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  1. DSL socket
  2. Ethernet socket
  3. Power socket and switch

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Installing your SpeedTouch ST-510
1. Plug the yellow Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the back of your router.
2. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into your computer's Ethernet port.
3. Your computer is now connected to the network. Move onto the next section, Connecting to Broadband.
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Connecting to Broadband
When your router is installed, you'll need to configure it.
Open your web browser and you'll see a setup page asking for your Broadband Username and Password.
If you're not sure what these are, you can find your Broadband Username under Connection Settings in the Member Centre.
The Password is the one that you use to log in to this website.
Type them in and click Connect. After a few moments you'll be connected to Broadband - that's it!
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Troubleshooting
Resetting your router
If you have any problems with your router, you can return everything to the default settings by using the reset button.
Make sure you have note of your broadband username and password before you start Use a paperclip, pen or pointed object to press into the reset pin hole on the back of the router. Keep the button pressed in for at least 7 seconds. When the power light goes red, release the button and wait until the power light turns green again.
You now need to apply your settings again. Follow this guide again from Connecting to Broadband.
Your router's lights
Here we'll explain what the different lights on the router mean:
PowerStatus
OffRouter not powered, check power cable and button
RedRouter is starting up, should turn green after a short while
GreenRouter is powered up
DSL
Status
OffNo DSL cable connected. Microfilter or phone line problem
Blinking greenRouter is attempting to connect to the local telephone exchange
GreenConnection is OK
Internet
Status
OffNo device connected
GreenDevice connected
Ethernet
Status
OffNo device connected
GreenDevice connected
Flashing greenDevice sending/receiving data
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Advanced Settings
The SpeedTouch ST-510 has a built in firewall and other advanced features. You can find them under the Toolbox menu which you'll see on the left side of the router setup pages.
To control these features; open your web browser and enter http://192.168.1.254 in the address bar. When the router home page has loaded, click Toolbox.
For more information, click the Help link, you'll see this towards the top right of the router home pages.
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