High Speed Internet

High Speed Internet
STEP 2
STEP 6
Connect the power cord to the back of the
modem and plug the modem into an electrical
outlet. Ensure the outlet is not activated by a wall
switch. If it is, ensure the switch is in the
“ON” position.
Locate the RCN packing slip. Follow the
instructions to ensure proper account set-up and
optimum RCN service.
STEP 7
Unplug the modem and turn off your computer.
STEP 8
Plug in the modem.
STEP 9
Turn on the computer.
STEP 3
STEP 10
Turn off your computer.
Go to the Internet browser to validate that you
can now successfully go online to your favorite
Internet sites.
STEP 4
Connect the Ethernet cable into the back of the
modem in the Ethernet port. Connect the other
end of the Ethernet cable into the back of the
computer into the Ethernet port.
Congratulations! Enjoy the experience of
High-Speed Internet.
If you have any questions with your installation,
please go to www.rcn.com/help or call
1-866-TECH-RCN (832-4726).
COMPUTER
WELCOME TO RCN
INTERNET SELF INSTALL GUIDE
You are about to experience a whole
new way to enjoy High-Speed Internet.
STEP 5
Turn on the computer. The modem will search to
locate the RCN network. This may take several
minutes.
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TO INSTALL TO
A SHARED OUTLET
TO INSTALL TO
A DEDICATED OUTLET
(if your computer is on the same outlet
as your television)
(wall outlet or open cable wire)
Welcome to blazing fast speeds of RCN High-Speed
Internet. With package download speeds of up to
75Mbps, you can choose the speed you need so
everyone in your house can do more of what they
love online, on any device, at the same time. Enjoy
everything RCN internet has to offer, including
downloading HD movies, uploading photos,
streaming TV shows or simply surfing for fun. Let’s get started!
STEP 1B
Shared Open Cable
• Remove the cable from the “RF IN” (or Cable
IN) connection on the back of your television
converter box.
Shared Wall Plate Cable Outlet
• Remove the existing cable from the wall outlet and
connect it to the splitter connection labeled “OUT”.
• Connect one end of an enclosed coaxial cable to
the wall outlet. Connect the other end to the 2-way
splitter connection labeled “IN”.
• Reconnect this wire to the 2-way splitter
labeled “IN”.
• At this point, be sure your converter box is powered
on and your television picture is restored.
STEP 1A
Wall Outlet
Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the wall
outlet. Connect the other end to the back of the
modem in the connection labeled “Cable”.
• Connect the second enclosed coaxial cable to
the splitter connection labeled “OUT”. Connect
the other end to the back of the modem in the
connection labeled “Cable”.
• Connect one end of the enclosed black coaxial
cable to the 2-way splitter label OUT . Connect
the other end to the“RF IN” (or Cable IN)
connection on the back of the converter box.
• Confirm your television picture works.
• Connect the enclosed white coaxial cable to the
splitter connection labeled “OUT”. Connect the
other end of the white coaxial cable to the back
of the modem in the connection labeled “Cable”.
Open Cable Wire
(This cable could be coming out of the floorboard,
window, etc)
Connect the open cable wire to the back of the
modem in the connection labeled “Cable”.
MODE M
12 VDC
ETHERNET
CABLE
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