PWR | DATA | LINK | 4 | 3 | 2 | 1 | ------LAN------
Power is, well, power. Link indicates training status -- if it's solidly on, it's synced. If everything is working how it should, Link will stay completely off for quite a while when you first plug it in (maybe 30 seconds), then blink rapidly (about 3 blinks per second) for just a few seconds, then go solid. This leads me to believe that Link light off means trying to detect DSL signal and syncronize (equivalent of blinking DSL or Link light on Actiontec or Zoom), rapid blinking means it's finalizing the handshake, and solid means it's completely trained. Data will flicker to indicate traffic passing. Lights 1, 2, 3, and 4 of course show whether there are active devices plugged into the various Ethernet ports. All lights seem to be green regardless (no color changes).
web interface: 192.168.1.1
It's basically the same as the Paradyne. In the left-hand menu, click Advanced Setup, then WAN. Then go through the step-by-step setup wizard, making sure to choose all the right settings.
It supports ADSL2+.
10V DC power supply
Features : Four 10/100 Ethernet ports, Friendly GUI for web configuration, Support Single-Session IPSec and PPTP Pass-Through for Virtual Private Network (VPN), Several popular games are already pre-configured, Just enable the game and the port settings are automatically configured, Configurable as a DHCP Server on Your Network Compatible with virtually all standard Internet applications, Industry standard and interoperable DSL interface Address Filtering, DMZ Hosting, and Much More, Simple web based status page displays a snapshot of your system configuration, and links to the configuration pages, Downloadable flash software upgrades, Support for up to 8 Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVC), Support for up to 8 PPPOE sessions, Support SNMP V2, RIP v1& RIP v2 , NAT.