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WIRESPEED™ BUS-POWERED
USB ADSL MODEM
INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE
B90-36R305
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CONTENTS
INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE......................................................................................1
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................1
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................1
Key Features ..............................................................................................................1
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS .....................................................................................................2
UNPACKING ........................................................................................................................2
SAFETY ..............................................................................................................................3
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................4
W INDOWS 98/W INDOWS ME INSTALLATION .........................................................................5
Windows 98/Windows ME Software Installation Procedure.......................................5
Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Windows 98.........................................................9
Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Windows ME .....................................................14
Uninstalling the USB Driver for Microsoft Windows 98/Windows ME ......................18
W INDOWS 2000 INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................21
Windows 2000 Software Installation Procedure.......................................................21
Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Windows 2000...................................................26
Uninstalling the USB Driver for Microsoft Windows 2000 ........................................33
MACINTOSH INSTALLATION ................................................................................................36
Macintosh Software Installation Procedure ..............................................................36
Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Macintosh ..........................................................38
Uninstalling the USB Driver for Macintosh ...............................................................44
MONITORING W INDOWS PERFORMANCE ............................................................................46
MONITORING MACINTOSH PERFORMANCE ..........................................................................49
PRODUCT ASSISTANCE AND GENERAL INQUIRIES ...............................................................52
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................53
REGULATORY INFORMATION ..............................................................................................54
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INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE
INTRODUCTION
This guide is written for end users and installation personnel. It contains information about the hardware and
software installation setup and modem status. This document also contains reference information about the features
and interfaces of this product.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The Westell WireSpeed™ Bus-Powered USB ADSL Modem (36R305) can be easily connected to a USB port on
the PC by a standard USB cable. The PC must be running one of the following operating systems:
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Microsoft Windows 98 or Windows 98 Second Edition (Windows 98SE)
Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Windows ME)
Microsoft Windows 2000
Macintosh OS 8.6 or OS 9.0.
The modem is powered by the PC and does not need to be plugged into a wall socket.
ADSL signals must be blocked from reaching each telephone, answering machine, fax machine, conventional
computer modem or any similar devices. Failure to do so may degrade telephone voice quality and ADSL
performance. Contact your DSL provider to obtain a POTS splitter or inline microfilters.
Key Features
The USB ADSL Modem provides the following features:
• USB BUS Power Operation – No external power supply is required.
• DMT transmission technology supports full-rate ADSL with speeds up to 8.0 Mbps downstream and 800 kbps
upstream.
• Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs).
• Upgradeable protocol software.
• Configuration and management interface based on Windows Control Panel and Macintosh operating systems.
• RJ-11 telephone line connector.
• Compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1.
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Windows
The following specifications are the minimum required for optimum performance of this ADSL modem:
• PC with Pentium, Celeron, Xeon or compatible processor
• USB V1.0 or V1.1-compliant bus
• At least 32 MB RAM
• 10 MB of free hard drive space
• TCP/IP protocol stack installed
• Microsoft Windows 98/98SE, Windows Millennium (ME), Windows 2000 CD-ROM, or the
appropriate CAB files.
• Internet Explorer 4.x (or later) or Netscape Navigator 4.x (or later) installed
Macintosh
The following specifications are the minimum required for optimum performance of this ADSL modem:
• G3 or G4 Macintosh computer
• USB V1.0 or V1.1-compliant bus
• At least 32 MB RAM
• 10 MB of free hard drive space
• TCP/IP protocol stack installed
• Macintosh operating system OS 8.6 or OS 9.
• Internet Explorer 4.x (or later) or Netscape Navigator 4.x (or later) installed
UNPACKING
Your Westell modem box should contain the following items.
• One ADSL modem
• One phone cord
• One USB cable
• One Westell USB Installation CD-ROM
• One Installation And User Guide (this document)
Verify that these items are present. Thoroughly inspect the components for damage. If any
part has been damaged during transit, report the damage immediately to your service
provider.
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SAFETY
Follow these safety precautions when installing any electronic/telephone equipment:
WARNING
Risk of electric shock. Voltages up to 140 Vdc (Volts direct current with reference to
ground) may be present on telecommunications circuits.
1.
Never install any telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
2.
Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
3.
Never touch non-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the
network interface.
4.
Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
5.
This equipment is to be installed and used with approved telco terminal sockets that provide primary lightning
protection.
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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
Before you start…
ADSL Connection: Your ADSL line must be installed and activated by your service provider before you can
connect and install your ADSL modem.
Windows CD-ROM/CAB Files: Windows users should have their Windows operating system CD-ROM on hand
when starting the installation process. Installing Westell modem software on Windows operating systems may
require the user to insert their Windows operating system CD-ROM or to have the CAB files installed on their
system.
USB Connection: Do NOT attach the USB cable to your computer until specifically instructed to do so during the
software installation process. The USB modem should be connected to a USB port on your computer or a powered
hub, not into a keyboard port. See the Hardware Installation section for details on connecting the hardware.
Internet Browser: Browser software must be installed in order to set up your modem dial-up connection and
connect to the Internet.
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WINDOWS 98/WINDOWS ME INSTALLATION
!
NOTE: The modem software drivers must be installed in the PC before the USB modem is
connected to the PC. Because the PC will automatically restart as part of this process, it is
important to save and close all open applications before starting the installation. Modem
installation is not complete and the DSL line will NOT synchronize with the Central Office
equipment until the USB software drivers have been installed.
Windows 98/Windows ME Software Installation Procedure
Note: For Windows ME, screen text may vary slightly from the examples shown.
1.
Verify that the modem is NOT connected to the PC.
2.
Insert the Westell USB Installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The program will automatically start and
display the Welcome screen. (If the program does not start automatically, choose the CD-ROM drive and click
the Setup.exe file to start the program.)
Figure 1
Figure 2
3.
Click Next.
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The system will search for existing drivers and install them.
Figure 3
Figure 4
5.
After the drivers have finished loading, the Setup Complete screen appears. Click Finish.
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Figure 5
When the DSL Installer screen tells you to plug in your modem, use the instructions in the following Hardware
Installation section.
6.
Hardware Installation (Windows 98/Windows ME)
!
1.
IMPORTANT! Do NOT connect the USB modem to the PC until instructed to do so in
the software driver installation procedure for your operating system.
Insert the flat rectangular end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer. The figure below shows
the basic cable connections.
POWER
READY
USB CABLE
Figure 6. ADSL Modem Cable Connections
2.
Insert the square end of the USB cable into the USB port of the ADSL modem. The green POWER LED
indicates that it has been plugged in correctly and that the power is ON.
3.
Plug a telephone cable into the ADSL/Line connector and into a standard RJ-11 telephone jack.
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4.
When the modem is physically connected, the Plug and Play program will recognize the USB modem and install
the hardware drivers.
Figure 7
Figure 8
5.
Click Yes to restart your computer.
This completes your installation for Windows 98 or Windows ME. Proceed to the section on creating a
dial-up connection for your operating system.
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Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Windows 98
NOTE
WINDOWS ME USERS: Instructions for creating a Windows ME dial-up connection differ from Windows
98 and are located in a separate section beginning on page 14.
Use the following procedure to create your DSL dial-up connection on computers using Windows 98 operating
system.
1.
From your PC desktop, double click the My Computer icon.
Figure 9
2.
From the My Computer window, double-click the Dial-Up Networking icon.
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Figure 10
3.
Double-click Make New Connection. On the Make New Connection screen type a name for your connection.
Tab to the Select a device: field and select the DSLWanUsb-Line0 device from the drop-down menu.
Figure 11
4.
Click Next.
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5.
On the Make a New Connection screen, tab to the Telephone number: field and type in 0,38. (Unless directed
otherwise by your DSL service provider.)
Note: the Country or region code field is not required and can remain at the default setting.
Figure 12
6.
Click Next. A message informs you that a new Dial-Up Networking has been successfully created and displays
the name of the connection.
Figure 13
7.
Click Finish to return to the Dial Up Networking screen.
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Figure 14
8.
Double-click the My Connection icon.
Figure 15
9.
Enter the user name and password provided by your service provider.
10. Click Connect.
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11. A dialogue box appears briefly indicating user name and password verification.
Figure 16
The icon that appears in this dialogue box now appears in the lower right-hand corner of your Task Bar.
Clicking this icon displays a dialogue box that shows connection details as illustrated in the following figure.
Figure 17
A DSL icon (double arrows) also appears in the lower right-hand corner of your Task Bar at the bottom of your
screen.
DSL icon
Figure 18
The color of the arrows indicates the state of the DSL connection:
Color
Solid yellow
Flashing yellow
Solid green
Flashing green
Red
Status
Idle
Training (DSL)
Modem synchronized
Transmitting/receiving traffic.
(Upstream/downstream data rates appear.)
DSL Modem not responding
Figure 19
If you pass your cursor over the DSL icon a yellow text box displays a message indicating the state of the
connection.
You have successfully installed the Westell DSL modem hardware and software drivers.
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Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Windows ME
Use the following procedure to create your DSL dial-up connection on computers using Windows ME operating
system.
1.
From your PC desktop, click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
Figure 20
2.
From the Control Panel window, double-click the Dial-Up Networking icon. The Dial-Up Networking
window opens.
Figure 21
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3.
Double-click Make New Connection. On the Make New Connection screen type a name to identify your
connection. (For example, My Connection, My DSL, R305USB, etc.) Tab to the Select a device: field and
select the DSLWanUsb-Line0 device from the drop-down menu.
Figure 22
4.
Click Next.
5.
On the Make a New Connection screen, tab to the Telephone number: field and type in 0,38. (Unless directed
otherwise by your DSL service provider.) Note: the Country or region code field is not required and can
remain at the default setting.
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6.
Click Next. A message informs you that a new Dial-Up Networking has been successfully created and displays
the name of the connection.
Figure 24
7.
Click Finish to return to the Dial Up Networking screen.
Figure 25
8.
Double-click the My Connection icon.
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Figure 26
9.
Enter the user name and password provided by your service provider.
10. Click Connect.
Figure 27
You have successfully created a dial-up connection for Windows ME.
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Uninstalling the USB Driver for Microsoft Windows 98/Windows ME
!
The Westell USB driver and its components must be completely removed from the
Windows operating system before attempting to reinstall the software. Use the following
procedure for Windows 98 or Windows ME.
Procedure:
1.
From the desktop, click Start > Programs > Westell DSL Modem Driver > Uninstall. The DSL Modem
Installer screen appears.
Figure 28
2.
Click Remove.
Figure 29
3.
Click Yes to uninstall the software.
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4.
An information screen cautions you not to unplug the USB cable until the Install Wizard has finished. Click
OK.
Figure 30
5.
The InstallShield Wizard appears.
Figure 31
6.
Wait for the Setup Complete window to appear.
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Figure 32
7.
Select Yes, I want to restart my computer now and click Finish.
Figure 33
8.
Click Yes to restart the PC. This completes the uninstall process for Windows 98 and Windows ME.
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WINDOWS 2000 INSTALLATION
Windows 2000 Software Installation Procedure
1.
Verify that the modem is NOT connected to the PC.
2.
Insert the Westell USB Installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The program will automatically start and
display the Welcome screen. (If the program does not start automatically, choose the CD-ROM drive and click
the Setup.exe file to start the program.)
Figure 34
Figure 35
3.
Click Next.
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Figure 36
Figure 37
4.
The Digital Signature screen appears. The Windows 2000 drivers do not have a digital signature. Click Yes to
continue.
5.
After the software drivers have been installed, the Setup Complete screen indicates that the software drivers
have been installed.
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Figure 38
6.
Click Finish.
Figure 39
7.
When the DSL Installer screen tells you to plug in your modem, use the instructions in the following Hardware
Installation section.
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Hardware Installation (Windows 2000)
!
1.
IMPORTANT! Do NOT connect the USB modem to the PC until instructed to do so in
the software driver installation procedure for your operating system.
Insert the flat rectangular end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer. The figure below shows
the basic cable connections.
POWER
READY
USB CABLE
Figure 40. ADSL Modem Cable Connections
2.
Insert the square end of the USB cable into the USB port of the ADSL modem. The green POWER LED
indicates that it has been plugged in correctly and that the power is ON.
3.
Plug a telephone cable into the ADSL/Line connector and into a standard RJ-11 telephone jack.
4.
When the modem is physically connected, the Plug and Play program will recognize the USB modem and install
the hardware drivers.
Figure 41
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Figure 42
5.
Click Finish.
6.
The Found New Hardware Wizard screen informs you when the drivers have finished loading. The System
Settings Change screen informs you that you must restart your computer for the new settings to take effect.
Figure 43
7.
Click Yes to restart the computer.
After the computer restarts, you are ready to create a DSL dial-up connection.
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Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Windows 2000
Use the following procedure to create your DSL dial-up connection on computers using the Windows 2000 operating
system.
1.
From your PC desktop, click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
Figure 44
2.
On the Control Panel window, double-click the Network and Dial-Up Connections icon.
Figure 45
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Double-click Make New Connection. The Network Connection Wizard opens.
Figure 46
4.
Click Next.
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5.
The Network Connection Type screen appears. Click the option button for Dial-up to private network and
click Next.
Figure 47
6.
The Phone Number to Dial screen appears. In the Phone number field, type 0,38. (Unless directed otherwise
by your DSL provider). The Country or region code field is not required and can remain at the default setting.
Click Next.
Figure 48
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The Connection Availability screen appears.
Figure 49
8.
Click the option button For all users. Click Next. The Completing the Network Connection Wizard opens.
Figure 50
9.
Type the name you want to use for this connection in the field provided. (Example, My Connection, My DSL,
R305USB, etc.) Click Finish. (Optional. If you would like a connection icon placed on your desktop, check
the box: Add a shortcut to my desktop.)
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10. A message informs you that a new Dial-Up Networking has been successfully created and displays the name of
the connection.
You have successfully installed the Westell DSL modem hardware and software drivers.
Using Your Dial-Up Connection (Windows 2000)
To connect to the Internet with your new DSL dial-up connection, follow these steps:
1.
If you created a desktop shortcut, you may double-click on it to start your DSL connection. Otherwise doubleclick My Computer icon from your desktop. Click Control Panel and then Network and Dial-Up
Connections.
Figure 51
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From the Network and Dial-Up Connections window, double-click the icon for the new connection you
created. The Connect Dial-up Connection screen appears.
Figure 52
3.
Type the User name and Password given to you by your service provider.
4.
Click Dial.
5.
The first time you use a new connection, the following screen may appear. Click OK.
Figure 53
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6.
A message box appears briefly indicating that user name and password verification are in progress.
Figure 54
7.
A “connection” icon appears in the lower right-hand corner of your Task Bar at the bottom of your screen.
Clicking on this icon opens a Dial-up Connection Status window.
Figure 55
8.
Click Details to view connection details.
9.
Click OK to close this window or click Disconnect to end your DSL connection.
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Uninstalling the USB Driver for Microsoft Windows 2000
!
The Westell USB driver and its components must be completely removed from the
Windows operating system before attempting to reinstall the software. Use the following
procedure for Windows 98.
Procedure:
1.
From the desktop, click Start > Programs > Westell DSL Modem Driver > Uninstall. The DSL Modem
Installer screen appears.
Figure 56
2.
Click Remove.
Figure 57
3.
Click Yes to uninstall the software. The InstallShield Wizard appears.
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Figure 58
4.
Wait for the Setup Complete screen to appear.
Figure 59
5.
Select Yes, I want to restart my computer now and click Finish.
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6.
Click Yes to restart the PC. This completes the uninstall process for Windows 2000.
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MACINTOSH INSTALLATION
Macintosh Software Installation Procedure
!
NOTE: For optimum performance of this product with all Internet applications, we
recommend that your Macintosh computer be upgraded to OS9. This upgrade can be
obtained through your local Macintosh reseller.
1.
Verify that the modem is NOT connected to the PC.
2.
Insert the Westell USB Installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click the Westell ADSL Installer icon.
Figure 61
3.
The welcome screen appears. Click Continue.
Figure 62. Welcome Screen
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The following screen appears:
Figure 63
5.
Choose Easy Install from the drop-down menu.
6.
Click the Install button to begin installation. When finished, the Install Successful message appears.
Figure 64
7.
Click Quit. Macintosh software driver installation is complete.
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Creating a Dial-Up Connection for Macintosh
Use the following procedure to create your DSL dial-up connection on Macintosh computers.
Dial-Up Configuration (Macintosh)
1.
The USB cable should NOT be connected to the computer.
2.
From your desktop, click the Apple menu icon, select the Control Panels folder, scroll down and open the
Westell ADSL Setup folder.
Figure 65
3.
Verify that the Configuration tab shows the VPI/VCI default values below. Do not change these unless
instructed to do so by your service provider.
Modulation:
VPI:
VCI:
Encapsulation Mode:
ATM Mode:
Multimode
0
38
RFC-2364 Vcmultiplexed PPP
PPPoA
4.
Click OK and exit the Modem Setup window.
5.
Connect your modem as instructed in the following section.
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Macintosh Hardware Installation
Cable Connections
!
1.
IMPORTANT! Do NOT connect the USB modem to the computer until instructed to do
so in the software driver installation procedure for your operating system.
Insert the flat rectangular end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer. The figure below shows
the basic cable connections.
POWER
READY
USB CABLE
Figure 66. ADSL Modem Cable Connections
2.
When instructed to do so by the installation process, insert the square end of the USB cable into the USB port of
the ADSL modem. The green POWER LED indicates that it has been plugged in correctly and that the power is
ON.
3.
Plug a telephone cable into the ADSL/Line connector and into a standard RJ-11 telephone jack.
4.
When the modem is physically connected, the Plug and Play program will recognize the USB modem and install
the hardware drivers.
!
Macintosh Hardware Note: The USB modem must be plugged into a USB port on
the computer itself or a powered hub, not into keyboard port.
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Connecting to a Remote Network (Macintosh)
Follow these steps to set up your Macintosh to connect to a remote network using the USB modem:
1.
From Control Panels, open the TCP/IP folder and select PPP from the Connect via: drop-down menu.
Figure 67
2.
In the Setup section, users with dynamic IP assignments should select Using PPP Server from the Configure:
drop-down menu. Users requiring static IP assignment setup should contact their service providers.
3.
Close this window and Save.
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4.
From Control Panel, open the Modem folder and select Westell ADSL USB Modem from the Connect via:
drop-down menu.
Figure 68
5.
In the Setup section, select Westell ADSL USB Modem from the drop-down under Modem:.
6.
Check the Ignore dial tone option button.
7.
Close this window and Save.
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Establishing a PPP Connection (Macintosh)
1.
From Control Panels, open the Remote Access folder and enter the appropriate name and password given to
you by your service provider.
Figure 69
2.
Leave the Number field blank on this screen.
3.
Before connecting, click Options… to verify your protocol setup. The Options window opens.
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Figure 70
4.
On the Protocol tab, make sure the Use protocol: drop-down box is set to PPP. Click OK to close the Options
window and return to the Remote Access screen.
5.
On the Remote Access screen, click Connect to start the connection process.
6.
Start your web browser to verify the connection.
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Uninstalling the USB Driver for Macintosh
!
The Westell USB driver and its components must be completely removed from the
operating system before attempting to reinstall the software. Use the following procedure
for Macintosh.
Procedure:
1.
Verify that the modem is NOT connected to the computer.
2.
Insert the Westell USB Installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The program will start automatically and
display the Westell Install Disk screen. Click the Westell ADSL Installer icon.
Figure 71
3.
The welcome screen appears. Click Continue.
Figure 72
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The following screen appears:
Figure 73
5.
Choose Custom Remove from the drop-down menu.
6.
Click the Install button to begin uninstallation.
7.
The Removal Successful screen appears.
Figure 74
8.
Click Quit. The removal process for Macintosh is complete.
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MONITORING WINDOWS PERFORMANCE
For Windows operating systems, the Westell WireSpeed™ USB Modem control panel program provides an easy
way to view modem performance and ADSL connection status for technical support personnel. To access the control
panel, an ADSL connection must be established with your service provider.
!
NOTE: This control panel provides reference information is used for troubleshooting and
advanced service provider information. Unless otherwise specified by your service
provider, do not alter the values in these control panels. Changes to this information could
disrupt your service.
Procedure
Use the following procedure to view this information:
1.
Click on the small DSL “globe” icon in the status bar. (Lower right corner of the screen.)
2.
The Westell DSL Modem window, Physical Link Status tab appears.
Figure 75. The Physical Link Tab
3.
The Physical Link Status tab displays the current state and connection of the modem. When the green Link
Status indicator light flashes, it indicates that a connection is being established. When this indicator is ON, it
indicates that a connection has been made.
4.
In the Data Activity box, the two yellow indicators flash when data is being transmitted or received.
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5.
Click the Configuration tab.
Figure 76. The Configuration Tab
6.
Make sure the Modulation drop-down box is set to Multimode.
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7.
Click the System Information tab to display the following information:
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Driver Release Number
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Firmware Release Number
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Control Panel Version
Figure 77. The System Info Tab
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MONITORING MACINTOSH PERFORMANCE
For Macintosh operating systems, the Westell ADSL Setup program provides an easy way to view modem
performance and ADSL connection status for technical support personnel. To access the control panel, an ADSL
connection must be established with your service provider.
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NOTE: These screens provide reference information is used for troubleshooting and
advanced service provider information. Unless otherwise specified by your service
provider, do not alter the values in these control panels. Changes to this information could
disrupt your service.
Procedure
Use the following procedure to view this information:
1.
From your desktop, click the Apple menu icon. Select the Control Panels folder, scroll down and open the
Westell ADSL Setup folder.
2.
The Westell DSL Modem Setup window opens.
3.
The DSL operational state can be verified on the DSL Status tab. Note: If synchronization takes too long, click
Disconnect, then click Retrain.
Figure 78
Additional diagnostic information is available on the System Info, ATM, and DSL Advanced tabs.
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Figure 79. The Configuration Tab
Figure 80. The System Info Tab
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Figure 81. The ATM Tab
Figure 82. DSL Advanced Tab
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PRODUCT ASSISTANCE AND GENERAL INQUIRIES
Product Return
Please contact your service provider for product assistance and general inquiries regarding the setup and operation of
the modem.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS
Height: 1.6 in (4.06 cm), Width: 7.5 in (19.05 cm), Depth: 6.25 in (15.88 cm)
WEIGHT
Approx. 2.30 lbs (1.04 kg)
ENVIRONMENTAL
Ambient Operating Temperature – +32 to +131°F (0 to +45°C
Relative Humidity – 5 to 95%, non-condensing
POWER REQUIREMENTS
5 VDC Source from PC USB port, Less than 3 watts typical from 5 VDC
CONNECTORS
ADSL LINE – 6-pin modular jack RJ-11
USB – USB Connector
DSL
ADSL Line Code – Discrete MultiTone (DMT)
ADSL TRANSMISSION RATES
Downstream DMT: 32 kbps to 8.0 Mbps
Upstream DMT: 32 kbps to 800 Kbps
TRANSPORT AND APPLICATION PROTOCOL SUPPORT
RFC 1483 Bridge Protocol
ATM SUPPORT
Supports ATM traffic shaping where soft SAR supports individual PCR control for each VC
Full 16-bit address range for both VPI and VCI supported.
Supports PVC connections.
DEVICE DRIVER AND SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS
Driver is LAN type network driver and is Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) 4.0 compliant.
Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 2000
EMC
FCC, Part 15, Class B; EN50081-1, Class B; EN50082-1
SAFETY
UL 1950, cUL, EN60950
REGULATORY APPROVAL
UL, CSA, CE
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
FCC COMPLIANCE NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Power the equipment from an outlet on a circuit other than circuit powering the receiver
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
PART 68 – EQUIPMENT REGISTRATION
This equipment (ADSL modem) also complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. A label on the bottom of this equipment
contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number (REN) for this
equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company.
This equipment is designated to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a compatible modular
jack which is Part 68 compliant. An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with the equipment.
See the installation instructions for details.
If this terminal equipment (ADSL modem) causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request
that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. The telephone company will notify you in advance if
temporary discontinuance of service is required. If advance notification is not practical, the telephone company will
notify the customer as soon as possible. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC, if you
believe such action is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes to their facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that
could affect the operation of this equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance
notice in order for you to make the modifications necessary to maintain uninterrupted service.
If you experience trouble with this equipment (ADSL modem), do not try to repair the equipment yourself.
The equipment cannot be repaired in the field and must be returned to the manufacturer. For instructions on
product return contact your service provider.
This equipment cannot be used on public coin phone service provided by the telephone company.
Connection of this equipment to party line service is subject to state tariffs.
CANADA CERTIFICATION NOTICE
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain
telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal
Equipment Technical Requirements document(s). The department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the
user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
Telecommunications Company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier. Any repairs or
alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company
cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
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Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines
and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
CAUTION
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the
appropriate electrical inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
Publication
Westell Bus-Powered USB ADSL Modem Installation and User Guide
Part 030-300118 Rev. D
Bus Powered USB ADSL Modem
Model B90-36R305
Revised February, 2001
© 2001, Westell, Inc.
All rights reserved. Printed in USA.
Westell, Inc.
750 North Commons Drive
Aurora, Illinois 60504 USA
Web site: www.westell.com
Trademarks
WireSpeed™ is a trademark of Westell, Inc.
All other trademarks are owned by the respective companies
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