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SAGEM F@stTM 2604/2644
Quick Installation Guide
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Contents
1contents of the pack..................................................2
2connection......................................................................3
2.1 Connecting your router............................................................... 3
2.2 Connecting additional telephones........................................... 3
3 INSTALLation from the CD-rom.................................4
3.1 Installation by Wi-Fi interface..................................................... 5
3.2 Installation using the ethernet port...................................... 8
3.3 Installation of an additional computer.................................. 9
4troubleshooting........................................................10
4.1 STATUS OF THE LEDS ON THE left of the.................................... 10
front PANEL........................................................................................ 10
4.2 STATUS OF THE LEDS ON THE right of the.................................. 10
front PANEL........................................................................................ 10
4.3 router supervisiON........................................................................ 11
4.4 «Diagnostics» tool......................................................................... 12
5 Safety instructions..................................................14
5safety instructions (contd.).................................15
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Sagem Communications thanks you for choosing from the SAGEM F@stTM 2604/2644 Routers’
range and hopes that it will provide you with full satisfaction.
SAGEM F@stTM 2604 and SAGEM F@stTM 2644 products adapt the ADSL function respectively on
POTS (ITU G.992.1/3/5 - Appendix A) and on ISDN (ITU G.992.1/3/5 - Appendix B).
SAGEM F@stTM 2604 and SAGEM F@stTM 2644 equipment includes four Ethernet interfaces
(ETH1 to ETH4).
In addition, this router allows access to all the services provided by your Internet Access Provider, as
shown in the diagram below.
List of symbols used in this guide
Warns you about an action or a serious omission.
Provides you with important information you must take into account.
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1contents of the pack
Before you begin installation make sure that the pack contains the following elements:
Contents of the pack
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2connection
2.1 Connecting your router
Make sure that the router is not connected to your computer before you start the installation from the CD-ROM.
Connect the router as shown in the diagram below.
Line
Note:
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ca b
A «UK» mains adapter can be provided
optionally as required.
2.2 Connecting additional telephones
Connect the elements as shown in the diagram below.
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3 INSTALLation from the CD-rom
Make sure that the router is not connected to your computer before you start the installation from the CD-ROM.
The installation procedure described below was undertaken in Windows VistaTM.
Installation in other Windows® (98, ME, 2000 and XP) can be slightly different.
insert the CD-ROM into the relevant drive; the screen opposite will
appear:
click on Next to display the
precautions to be taken during
installation.
click on Next; the screen opposite
will appear allowing you to select
the type of installation (first installation or installation of an additional
computer).
Installation from the CD-ROM
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For a first installation, we advise you to select «You want to install your router modem
for the first time» then click on Next to continue the installation.
The screen opposite appears when
you click on Next.
This screen allows you to select the
interface (Wi-Fi or Ethernet) you want
to use to connect your router to your
computer.
How to install your router using different interfaces is detailed below in the order they appear in the
previous screen (connection mode selection).
Whichever mode you select, you must plug in the router and connect it to the ADSL line.
3.1 Installation by Wi-Fi interface
Selecting the Wireless interface causes the screen opposite to appear.
This screen allows you to select
the wireless connection mode. Two
connection modes are suggested:
install a Wi-Fi USB adapter (or
key) on your computer,
use your computer’s built-in Wi-Fi.
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USB Wi-Fi Adapter
Follow the instructions provided by
connecting the USB Wi-Fi adapter to
your computer then configuring the
Wi-Fi interface.
The following Wi-Fi parameters must
be entered:
 SSID,
 Security key.
Note:
The «WiFi security key» field only appears if WiFi security (WEP 128,
WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK) is assigned to your router. The length of this field depends on
the selected WiFi security level.
This «Wi-Fi» information is marked on your router.
Once you have filled in the Wi-Fi
parameters, click on Next.
An Internet connection screen will appear. You must enter your connection
ID then your connection password.
This information is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
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Once you have entered the configuration parameters, a window will appear showing the different
stages of the installation.
Once installation is completed, an «end of the
installation» window will appear telling you that
your router has been correctly installed.
You may now access the Internet.
Wi-Fi interface integrated into your computer
Before you continue installing your router, you must first configure your computer’s Wireless Manager.
Once you have configured your computer’s Wireless Manager, an Internet Connection screen will
appear. You must enter your connection ID then
your connection password.
This information is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Once you have entered the configuration parameters, a window will appear showing the different
stages of the installation.
Once installation is completed, an «end of the
installation» window will appear telling you that
your router has been correctly installed.
You may now access the Internet.
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3.2 Installation using the ethernet port
You selected «Use the Ethernet cable», click
on Next.
Follow the instructions provided by plugging in the router supply, switching it on and
connecting the ADSL line. Then connect your
computer to one of the router’s four Ethernet
sockets (ETH1, ETH2, ETH3 or ETH4) using
the Ethernet cable.
Once you have connected this equipment, an
Internet connection screen appears. You must
enter your connection ID then your connection
password.
This information is provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Once you have entered the configuration
parameters, a window will appear showing the
different stages of the installation.
Once installation is completed, an «end of the
installation» window will appear telling you
that your router has been correctly installed.
You may now access the Internet.
Installation from the CD-ROM
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3.3 Installation of an additional computer
Your router is already connected
insert the CD-ROM into the relevant drive. Follow the installation guide up to the «installation selection» window and select «You want to install an additional computer». Click on Next to continue
the installation. The «interface selection» window which is identical to the first installation appears.
select the interface you want to use to install an additional computer in the local network (LAN)
then click on Next to continue the installation.
continue the installation as previously described.
Given that the router has already been installed once you do not need to plug it
in again or connect the ADSL line.
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4troubleshooting
Users can locate the fault using the following sources:
Status of the LEDs on the front,
Information accessible by your router’s built-in «DSL Router» HTTP controller,
Router supervision,
«Diagnostics» tools.
4.1 STATUS OF THE LEDS ON THE left of the
front PANEL
Status
Lit
steady
Colour
Green
Power On
ADSL up
Wi-Fi
activated
A PPP session has been
created
ADSL link is established
Amber
x
x
x
Flickering
Green
x
x
Wi-Fi Tx/Rx
Tx/Rx traffic
Blinking
Amber
x
x
x
ADSL is training
Slow
Blinking
Green
x
Line not detected
Wi-Fi pairing
x
Fast
Blinking
Green
x
ADSL synchronisation
training
x
x
Wi-Fi
deactivated
Power Off
or
Bridge mode
or
ADSL down
Off
Green
Power Off
x
4.2 STATUS OF THE LEDS ON THE right of the
front PANEL
Status
Colour
1
2
3
4
Green
Ethernet port (ETH1, ETH2, ETH3 or ETH4) has detected a link with
100 Mbps device
Flickering
Tx/Rx traffic at 100 Mbps
Lit on steady
Amber
Ethernet port (ETH1, ETH2, ETH3 or ETH4) has detected a link with
10 Mbps device
x
No link detected on the Ethernet port
Lit on steady
Flickering
Off
Tx/Rx traffic at 10 Mbit/s
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4.3 router supervisiON
This is displayed permanently in a box at the top right of each window in the HTTP configuration tool.
To access the configuration tool:
open your browser then enter the following in the address bar:
the following URL
: http://myrouter,
or the following address: http://192.168.1.1 (see note).
A “Login” window appears.
enter admin in the «Username» field (see note).
enter admin in the «Password» field (see note).
Note: This value is specific to the ISP.
You may now access your router’s HTTP configuration tool.
LEDs
Green
ADSL line synchronised
Yellow
ADSL line synchronising
Red
ADSL line not connected
Green
Yellow
Off
Red
Connected
Public address (WAN) distributed to the router
Waiting for ISP
ADSL line synchronising
Adsl Down
Public address (WAN) not distributed to the router or ADSL line not connected
Not configured
No VC (Virtual Channel)
Router rebooting
Router is rebooting
Access denied
Incorrect Login and/or password
Bit rate
Displays the nominal downlink bit rate
Displays the nominal uplink bit rate
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Buttons
Update the data displayed on the screen
Reboot your router
4.4 «Diagnostics» tool
To access this tool:
open the configuration tool (see the router supervision section).
select the “Status” heading then the “Diagnostics” menu in the relevant list located in the left of
each window. The following screen will appear:
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The result of the tests carried out by your router’s «DSL router» configuration tool is displayed in the
«Diagnostics» window. These tests relate to the connections to the LAN, your DSL Service Provider
and your Internet Service Provider (ISP). A hypertext link (help) enables the user to access contextual help. This help provides explanations about the status of the connection (PASS green, DOWN orange and FAIL red)
and provides the appropriate repair procedures.
Connection status
Status
Colour
PASS
Green
DOWN
Orange
FAIL
Red
Meaning
indicates that the test was carried out correctly
indicates that an interface (ETH or Wi-Fi) was not detected
indicates that a test failed or that a command could not be launched.
If a test displays a «FAIL» status, click on «Help» then the «Rerun
Diagnostic Tests» button at the bottom of the «Help» page to make sure that the test was
suitable. If the test still displays «FAIL», you must follow the repair procedure displayed on
this page.
IMPORTANT
If you are having trouble connecting to the Internet we recommend that you restart your router or possibly return to the factory configuration using the procedures described below. Restarting your router
To restart your router, click on the «Reboot» button in the top right of your HTTP configuration tool’s
welcome page. Returning to the factory configuration
To return to the factory configuration:
in the top left of your HTTP configuration tool’s welcome page select the Management heading
then the Restore default sub-menu in the Settings menu.
or press and hold for about 10 seconds on the button marked «REG» on the back of your router.
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5 Safety instructions
Environment

The router should be installed and used inside a building.

The room temperature should not exceed 45ºC.
 The router can be placed on a desktop or fixed vertically in its wall mounting.

The router should not be exposed to strong sunlight or placed near a substantial source of heat.

The router should not be placed in an environment where it would be subjected to considerable
steam condensation.

The router should not be exposed to splashes of water.

The router’s casing should not be covered.

The router and its peripherals should not be used for outdoor transmissions.
Power supply source

The router’s mains adapter should not be covered.

The router comes with its own mains adapter. It should not be used with another adapter.

This class II adapter does not need to be grounded (earthed). The connection to the electrical
network should comply with the indications given on the label.

Use a readily accessible mains outlet located near the router. The power supply cord is 2 m long.

Arrange the power supply cord in such a way as to avoid any accidental power cut to the router.

The router is designed to be connected to a GG- (ground-to-ground) or GN- (ground-to-neutral)
type power supply network.

The router is not designed to be connected to an electrical installation with IT type diagram (neutral
connected to earth through an impedance).

Protection against short-circuits and leaks between phase, neutral and earth should be provided by
the building’s electrical installation. The power supply circuit for this
equipment should be fitted with 16 A overcurrent protection and differential protection.

The router should be connected to the mains via a wall socket, ensuring the electric cutting is
readily accessible.
Maintenance
 It is prohibited to open the casing. This must be done only by qualified personnel approved by your
supplier.

Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaning agents.
Safety instructions
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5safety instructions (contd.)
Safety level
Primary power source access
Bipolar AC mains socket
HPV (Hazardous Primary Voltage circuit)
DC power supply access
Miniature fixed connector (PWR)
SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage)
RJ45 Ethernet access
(ETH1 to ETH4)
SELV
RJ11 line access (LINE)
TNV3 (Telecommunication Network Voltage level 3 circuit)
The product named SAGEM F@st™ 2604 or SAGEM F@st™ 2644 can be operated indoors in the
European Union without restrictions.
EC Declaration
EC compliance declaration
Sagem Communications declares that the product named SAGEM F@st™ 2604 or
SAGEM F@st™ 2644 complies with the demands of the European Community directives 1999/5/EC
as well as with the essential demands of the directives 2004/108/EEC and 2006/95/EEC.
The EC compliance declaration for the SAGEM F@st™ 2604 and SAGEM F@st™ 2644 is implemented within the framework of the R&TTE directive.
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Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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