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NBN Fixed Wireless Setup Guide

Manuel
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What is this guide all about?

 

This guide will help you set up your NBN Fixed Wireless service from TPG.

 

Read on for our step-by-step instructions:

 

 

 

 

 

New TP-Link VX420-G2v modem router

 

Important Note: Once you receive confirmation from TPG that your NBN service  is active, turn on your router and leave it for up to 30 mins as your router is retrieving and saving the required settings from TPG to connect automatically. When this is completed, the internet light on the front of your router will become solid green.

 

NBN supplied equipment

  1. Outdoor Device Unit (ODU)
  2. Network Termination Device (NTD)

Physical connection of the equipment is being done by NBN Co.

 

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TPG Equipment:

  1. TPG supplied modem (TP-Link VX420-G2v)
  2. Power adapter
  3. Standard ethernet cableVX420-G2v(AUTPG)-1.0-F.jpg

Tip! Check your router delivery status here

 

You need to make sure that there is an available power outlet where you can plug your Network Termination Device (NTD) and TPG supplied modem.

 

Note: Please check your email for port number where you can connect your TPG supplied modem to the Network Termination Device (NTD). Please see sample email below

 

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It’s time to plug in your TPG modem to the Network Termination Device

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  1. Connect the power cable from your modem's Power port to your power outlet (marked with a 1 in the diagram).

 

  1. Connect the supplied yellow Ethernet cable from your modem's blue WAN port to the UNI-D port on your NBN Connection Box (marked with a 2 in the diagram).
    Note: TPG will send you an email with the UNI-D port number when your NBN service is active.

 

  1. To plug in devices via Ethernet cable, connect the Ethernet cables to any of the four yellow LAN ports on your modem (marked with a 3 in the diagram).

 

  1. If a Phone Service is included in your plan and you would like to use it, plug your handset into the green Phone port on your modem (marked with a 4 in the diagram).

 

Check your Network Termination Device’s light status as pictured below. If you can’t see any lights, make sure that it’s connected to a working power outlet.

 

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Connecting wireless devices to your TPG router.

 

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You can connect your wireless devices using the information written on the sticker of your router. The SSID is your wireless name that should be visible on your devices. Use the wireless password in order to connect securely to your router.

If you need a hand with anything in the future, you can reach out to us on TPG Community or give us a call on 13 14 23 and we’ll be happy to help.

 

 

 

TP-Link VR1600 modem router

 

What is this guide all about?

 

This guide will help you set up your NBN Fixed Wireless service from TPG.

 

Read on for our step-by-step instructions or check out our helpful youtube video:

 

 

 

 

Important Note: Once you receive confirmation from TPG that your NBN service  is active, turn on your router and leave it for up to 30 mins as your router is retrieving and saving the required settings from TPG to connect automatically. When this is completed, the internet light on the front of your router will become solid green.

 

NBN supplied equipment

  1. Outdoor Device Unit (ODU)
  2. Network Termination Device (NTD)

Physical connection of the equipment is being done by NBN Co.

pic 1.PNG

 

TPG Equipment:

  1. TPG supplied modem (TP-Link VR1600v)
  2. Power adapter
  3. Standard ethernet cabletplink.png

    Tip! Check your router delivery status here

 

You need to make sure that there is an available power outlet where you can plug your Network Termination Device (NTD) and TPG supplied modem.

 

Note: Please check your email for port number where you can connect your TPG supplied modem to the Network Termination Device (NTD). Please see sample email below

 

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It’s time to plug in your TPG modem to the Network Termination Device

 

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  1. Connect the Power port (marked as number 1 in the diagram) on the back of your modem to your power socket.
  2. Connect your telephone handset (marked as number 3 in the diagram) to the Phone 1 port on back of your modem.
  3. Connect the Ethernet cable (Yellow or Blue cable) on the designated UNI-D port on your Network Termination Device (marked as number 2 in the diagram) to WAN port on the back of the modem.
  4. Connect your computer (marked as number 4 in the diagram) to any of the remaining LAN ports on the back of your modem.
  5. Check your Network Termination Device’s light status as pictured below. If you can’t see any lights, make sure that it’s connected to a working power outlet.pic4.PNG

     

Connecting wireless devices to your TPG router.

 

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 You can connect your wireless devices using the information written on the sticker of your router. The SSID is your wireless name that should be visible on your devices. Use the wireless password in order to connect securely to your router.

 

That's it! You should be connected now but if you need any further help getting set up, you can always give us a call on  13 14 23 or reach out to us on TPG Community.

 

Article update provided by @BasilDV and @Arfan 

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jamestin
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