NETWORK SETUP for NBN Connection by Allan@VIDCAM.com.au

Print this page out and keep it for your records.




Open a browser program, eg IE or Opera or Firefox. Then in the address bar type in the IP number 192.168.1.1 (this is the default setting) , you should then see the page to the left. If you do not then see The section IPCONFIG atthe bottom of the page.
Now type in the
Username is admin
and
Password is admin
if it wont login, you need to reset the Modem to its factory settings (See End of Page)
To connect to the NBN ,(FTN or FTH)
Click on NETWORK,
then select Enable EWAN connection (it MUST be TICKED) now select Dynamic IP from the Connection type .
Then click SAVE
After a few seconds you can then click on WAN Settings link and the page will show your interface settings and say connected in the status box.
In the picture you will notice it shows the Status as DSL Disconnected,When the NBN modem is connected to the LAN/WAN port it will show you as connected.

VOIP Settings

To set the VOIP up you will need to get the following Data from your ISP before you start. A good idea is to fillout the data in the boxes below as they give it to you.

DetailsExamples only Write your data here
SIP DOMAIN NAMEsip.qld.iinet.net.au
SIP PROXYsip.qld.iinet.net.au
SIP PROXY PORT5060
PHONE NUMBER0746391100
PASSWORDabcdefg8as
To setup click on Voice then SIP Account
Now enter the following data into
  1. Profile Name (Can be anything)
  2. Phone Number (Your VOIP Number)
  3. Display Name (Your name , but its not used)
  4. Authentication Realm (leave it blank, not used)
  5. Authentication ID (is your VOIP Number)
  6. Password (your VOIP password ,NOT the PIN)
  7. Registrar Address (sip.qld.iinet.net.au)
  8. Registrar Port (5060)
  9. SIP Proxy (sip.qld.iinet.net.au)
  10. SIP Proxy Port (5060)
  11. Outbound Proxy (sip.qld.iinet.net.au)
  12. Outbound Proxy Port (5060)
So basically you will notice that the Registrar Address,SIP Proxy and Outbound Proxy are the same, as is all the Port numbers ie 5060, this works on IINET but this may be different for your Provider.
Clicking on Voice again should see the Image to the left and after a few seconds display the Status as UP, if not click EDIT and check your Settings for the SIP Server, password,PhoneNumber.

Wireless (WiFi) Settings

Clicking on Wireless ->Basic Settings , Look atthe region setting, if it is not set as Australia I would change it and then click Save.
You can also change the Name of your Modem which is Set in SSID to anything you wish, but no Spaces are allowed
Clicking on Wireless Security and you should see that Disable Wireless Security is NOT selected and that lower down the page the option WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK is selected. At this point you need to make a record of the PSK password as that is what you need to get any of your Wifi Enabled Devices to Connect to this modem. (You can change this password, but it can only contain ascii characters between 8 and 63 which is any of the following Characters
! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . /
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; < = > ?
You can use different and better WIFI security, but that is for you to learn about and update if you feel the need to, eg WEP etc

Details Your data
PSK Password

All Done

Thats it ! Your TPLINK TD-VG3631 should now be on line and your VOIP and WiFi should be up and running, this has been a BASIC setup guide and is no way a full guide on this modem as there are so many things it can do, like Port Forwarding, NAT , etc that I will leave for you to explore and learn about. If you record your Settings as you go if you do run into trouble, then select the SYSTEM TOOLS, Then Factory Defaults and click on Restore and the unit will be reset and you can start over again.

You can Buy this NBN compatiable modem from VIDCAM, 187 Hume Street, Toowoomba, 43540 QLD
I hope this page has helped you get up and running, Please give me feedback if you have any tips or how you went or may be if I should make something a bit clearer?
at CONTACT USThanks for reading
Allan

Appendix

IPCONFIG

If you need to find your modems IP address in Windows you can do this. Hold the WINDOWS Button down (On the Keyboard its on the Lower Left handside, between the CLTR and ALT keys) , hold it down and push the R button,
This will open a Window ,
now type in
CMD and push ENTER.
Next type in IPCONFIG and enter, it will display all the network settings of you system
Wow thats heaps of stuff, but all you need to know is the Default Gateway IPv4 numbers,eg 192.168.2.2
That is the IP number for your Modem, just type that number into your Browser program and you should be at the login page in Step 1

FACTORY REST MY MODEM

With the Router powered on, press and hold the RESET button , located on the front of the Modem (more than 10 seconds) until the LED lights flash and go out.
Then release the button and wait the Router to reboot to its factory default settings.
But if you are able to login then goto the management page, you could use the Factory Defaults function.
Some other links that may help
SIP Account Basic
Profile Name: phone1
Phone No: 08924xxxxx
Display Name: BLANK
Authentication Realm: BLANK
Authentication ID: 08924xxxxx    SIP Password: xxxxxxx
Registrar Address: sip.wa.iinet.net.au   Registrar Port: 5060
SIP Proxy: 0.0.0.0                       SIP Proxy Port: 5060
Outbound Proxy: 0.0.0.0            Outbound Proxy Port : 5060
Register via Outbound Proxy (tick box)
SIP Account Advanced :default settings
Preferred Codec:default settings
Phone Setup:default settings   Advanced Setup :default settings