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Modem Installation and Configuration for Windows 98 FE/98 SE/2000/Me
Configuring the TCP/IP Settings
Customizing USB ADSL Modem Settings
Control Panel Application
Uninstall Modem Software
Product Specifications for USB ADSL Modem
Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformity
USB ADSL Modem User Guide
About the USRobotics USB ADSL Modem
The USRobotics USB ADSL modem is compatible with any PC equipped with a
USB port. As a Plug and Play device, Windows 98 First Edition (FE), 98 Second
Edition (SE), 2000, and Millennium (Me) will automatically recognize the U.S.
Robotics USB ADSL modem and initiate the installation process.
USRobotics USB ADSL package includes:
- One USRobotics USB ADSL Modem (Model #USR8500-USB)
- One USB cable, modem-to-computer (Type B to Type A)
- Standard RJ-11 telephone cable
- One Installation CD-ROM with manual and drivers inside
- One Quick Installation Guide
- One registration card (complete and return to USRobotics)
Inform your dealer if there are any incorrect, missing, or damaged parts.
The USRobotics USB ADSL Modem contains two LEDs on the top panel. The upper
LED is marked "PWR" and the lower LED is marked "Data."
The operational status of the modem is indicated by the LED conditions listed
||Indicates the modem is synchronizing its ADSL/ATM link with the DSLAM.
||Indicates an ADSL/ATM link has been established with the DSLAM.
Power is being supplied to the modem via the USB bus.
USB devices can be either self-powered or bus-powered. A device with no power
connector is bus-powered and derives its operating power from the USB connection
directly. The USRobotics USB ADSL Modem is bus-powered - all you need to
do is plug it into a host PC.
The following information may be required, depending on the driver you install.
Contact your DSL service provider before proceeding with software installation.
- IP Address Settings - the software installation process allows the server
to dynamically assign IP Address settings. If your application requires a
static setting for specific address information you will need to know the
- IP Address
- Subnet Mask
- Default Gateway
- Name Server Information - the modem software installation process allows
the server to dynamically assign Name Server Address settings. If your application
requires a static setting for specific address information you will need to
- Primary DNS Address
- Secondary DNS Address
- Virtual Path Identifier (VPI)*
- Virtual Circuit Identifier (VCI)*
- Encapsulation type*
- Modulation type*
- User Name (for PPP applications only)
- Password (for PPP applications only)
*These items are only required if you are not using default values.