Siemens_SpeedStream_6500_Quick

Siemens_SpeedStream_6500_Quick
Part # 007-6510-001
Quick-Start Guide
SpeedStream®
6500 Residential Gateway
Step 1 >
Install Line Filters
Before you begin,
Verify that the following items came with your DSL kit:
Devices such as fax machines, caller
ID boxes, or phones that share
the same phone line as your DSL
account require a line filter, which
prevents noise from disrupting the
DSL signal on the phone line. Filters
can be in the form of a stand-alone
line filter or a wall-mount filter.
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1 SpeedStream® Device
Stand-alone Line Filter
2 Documentation
3 Software Manual CD-ROM
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4 Power Supply
5 RJ-45 Straight-through
Ethernet Cable
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2
Stand-alone Line Filter
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6 RJ-11 DSL Cable
For each device that shares the
DSL phone line:
1. Unplug the device’s cord from
the phone jack.
2. Plug the filter into the
phone jack.
3. Plug the phone cord (or other
device cord) into the filter.
Wall-mount Filter
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Wall-mount Filter
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Your service provider may include a wall-mount filter, line filter(s), and an Ethernet
adapter in your DSL kit. If you received any of these items, follow the instructions
provided in this guide for basic installation. If you need further assistance installing
these items, please contact your service provider.
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For a wall-mount phone, install a
wall-mount filter.
1. Remove the phone.
2. Connect the wall-mount filter
to the wall plate.
3. Reconnect the phone.
A PCI Ethernet adapter
B Line filter(s)
C Wall-mount filter
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A
B
C
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Step 3 >
Configure the Gateway
Step 2 >
Ethernet Installation
If your PC has not been connected to a broadband modem or other network device, you will need to
perform the PC configuration procedure below. Remember to restart each PC when finished. If your
PC has been connected to a broadband modem or other network device, continue to the “Using the
Wireless Connection” section below.
Install Ethernet Adapter
You will need to install an Ethernet
adapter if your computer does not
already have one installed. Refer to
your Ethernet adapter manufacturer’s
documentation for complete
installation instructions.
1. Start your Web browser. In the Address box, enter the following: http://speedstream.
2. Press Enter. The SpeedStream Simple Setup Wizard will launch.
3. When prompted, enter the Internet connection information provided by your
Internet Service Provider.
4. At the end of the Setup Wizard, you will be given the option to either connect to
the Internet or further configure the optional settings of the gateway.
5. If additional configuration is desired, select the icon for the service or option
you wish to configure: the gateway’s firewall and security settings, User
Profiles and content filtering, or home network options.
For non-standard configurations or troubleshooting procedures, consult the User Guide on CD-ROM.
Connect the SpeedStream® Gateway
1. Connect the straightthrough Ethernet cable
(RJ-45) to the Ethernet
port on the gateway
(yellow port).
2. Connect the other end
of the straight-through
Ethernet cable (RJ-45)
to the Ethernet port
on your computer.
3. Plug the DSL cable (RJ-11)
into the DSL port on the
gateway (gray port).
4. Plug the other end of
the DSL cable (RJ-11)
into the phone jack.
5. Plug the power adapter
into the power outlet and
gateway (black port).
6. Ensure gateway is
powered on (power
switch located on right
side of back panel).
Using the Wireless Connection
By default, the SpeedStream® Gateway is configured to work
seamlessly with other SpeedStream® wireless products. The default
wireless interface settings are:
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Internet Connection
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RJ-11 DSL cable
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SSID: SpeedStream
Channel: 11
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Power Supply
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Hub
Ethernet Connection
to computer RJ-45
Straight-through
Ethernet cable
Optional:
Use Crossover
(Xover) cable when
connecting to a hub
or switch without an
“uplink” port
Mismatched wireless settings will prevent successful
wireless network connections between devices, so
you may need to reconfigure some wireless settings
to ensure that all settings match between wireless
devices if you are:
a) Using another manufacturer’s wireless products
b) Adding the SpeedStream® Gateway to an existing
wireless network
The Setup Wizard will walk you through setting up wireless settings.
Wireless Security
By default, wireless security is disabled for ease of
installation. However, it is recommended you enable
wireless security on all wireless devices during
installation.
You can specify WEP 64-bits, WEP 128-bits, or WPA PSK
encryption methods. The Setup Wizard will walk you
through setting up wireless security.
For more details on setting up wireless connections and security,
consult the User Guide on CD-ROM.
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Step 4 >
PC Configuration Procedures
Macintosh Configuration
PC Configuration
In order to setup the SpeedStream® DSL
Gateway, your PC must first be configured
to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server.
Follow the procedure below:
In order to setup the SpeedStream® Modem, your computer must first be configured
to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server.
Note: The following procedures cover configuration of a PC
running Windows® 2000 or XP. Please refer to the User Guide on
the CD-ROM for help configuring other operating systems.
1. Click on Start button.
2. Click on Control Panel.
3. Click on Network and
Internet Connections.
4. Click on Network Connections.
5. Double-click on your Network Card.
6. Click on your Network Card Properties.
7. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
8. Click on Properties.
9. Select Obtain an IP address
automatically.
10. Select Obtain DNS server address
automatically.
11. Click on OK.
12. Click on Close.
Internet Access
Next, make sure your PC will use the
SpeedStream® DSL Gateway (and not Dial-Up
Networking) when connecting to the Internet.
Follow the procedure below:
1. Click on Start button.
2. Click on Control Panel.
3. Click on Network and Internet
Connections.
4. Click on Setup or Change your
Internet Connection.
5. Click Setup to change your
Internet Properties.
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Macintosh Configuration Procedures
Click on Next.
Click on Connect to the Internet.
Click Next.
Click Setup my Internet
Connection manually.
10. Click Next.
11. Click Connect using a broadband
connection that is always on.
12. Click Next.
13. Click Finish.
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9.
Follow the procedures below for OS10:
Follow the procedures below for OS9:
1. Click System Preferences in the dock.
2. Select Network under the Internet &
Network section.
1. Click Apple -> Control Panels -> TCP/IP.
Router Configuration
Windows Me and XP Users: If you have Universal
Plug and Play (UPnP) enabled, Windows may
detect the SpeedStream® modem upon startup,
and provide a shorcut to the router on the
desktop or system task tray. The icon will be
labeled as “Residential Gateway,” double-click
the icon and skip to step 3.
1. Start your Web browser.
2. In the Address box, enter the following:
http://192.168.254.254
3. When prompted for a username and
password, type admin for the password
only (username is not required).
4. The modem will prompt to change the
initial login password. Follow the
instructions to change the password.
Click Save.
5. Select Login and enter the username
and password provided by your
service provider.
6. Click the Save button.
7. If additional configuration is desired,
select Advanced Setup to configure DHCP,
firewall settings, security options, and also
to view status and statistical information.
3. Select the correct Ethernet adapter
(en0, en1, ...) from the menu.
2. Select Ethernet from Connect via
drop-down box.
3. Select Using DHCP Server from
Configure drop-down box.
4. Select Using DHCP from the
Configure IPv4 drop-down box.
4. Close window and save changes.
Congratulations! You have
completed the installation of
your SpeedStream® device.
Note: If your Service Provider requires you to use separate
PPPoE client software, discontinue use of this software.
The SpeedStream® modem will negotiate the PPPoE logon
to your service provider’s network.
Congratulations! You have
completed the installation of
your SpeedStream® device.
5. Click Apply Now and quit screen.
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Troubleshooting
LED
Off
Green
Blinking
Green
Red
Blinking
Red/Green
Power
- Power not
applied
Normal system
operation
N/A
Flash write in
progress
- POST in progress
- POST error
occurred (if
persistent)
Ethernet
- Power not
applied
- No link
Normal Ethernet
operation,
Link okay
User traffic
flowing in either
direction
N/A
N/A
Wireless
- Power not
applied
- No link
Normal wireless
operation,
Link okay
Wireless user
traffic flowing
in either direction
N/A
N/A
DSL
- Power not
applied
- DSL signal
not detected
DSL line is
trained and
ready for traffic
Steady blinkingDSL line is
attempting
to train
N/A
N/A
Internet
- Power not
applied
- No LAN
data activity
PPPoE onboard
session active
(if used)
Establishing
PPPoE session
N/A
IP connection
failure
Activity
- Power not
applied
- No WAN or
LAN activity
N/A
LAN user traffic
flowing in either
direction
N/A
N/A
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Dallas, TX 75244
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Fax +1(972) 852-1001
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