About this product Product Information Siemens built the Efficient Networks SpeedStream DSL modem to establish a strong wired internet connection for both home and corporate networks, and it offers users a full-featured DSL router solution to connect a variety of devices to it. The device can be fully configured online, and its embedded PPPoE client is simple to activate for service providers and easy to connect without additional software for end users. The router also has an intuitive web-based graphical user interface GUI , Corporate-Class security levels for business networks, and pre-configured settings for Application Level Gateways that make remote interactions with gaming systems and other applications simple. The modem has excellent transfer rates and handles simultaneous uploads and downloads very well. For business applications, the SpeedStream becomes a fast, efficient hub for communicating on a remote local area network LAN with main office computers far away, and can also be configured to connect a LAN to a wireless area network WAN via the Internet. The Siemens modem also has rock-solid security features, including an ICSA-compliant Stateful Inspection Firewall with Denial of Service protection, to prevent unauthorized users from gaining access to established Internet connections and sensitive data.
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In addition to the modem, you will need its power cord, an ethernet cable, and a phone cable. If you bought your Speedstream modem from Cruzio, it should already be pre-configured to work with Cruzio DSL, and you should not need these instructions. Plug the power cord into the back of the modem and into a wall outlet.
Plug one end of the phone cable into the DSL port at the back of the modem, and the other end into a phone jack.
Plug the ethernet cable into the remaining port in the modem, and attach the other end of the cable into your computer. Finally, turn on the modem by pressing the only button on the modem. Watch the lights on the modem and wait for the Power and the Ethernet light to turn a solid green. If they do so, open the web browser of your choice. If you bought your modem used, it may already be configured to work with a Cruzio connection. Try visiting a few websites. However, if the browser fails to load any web pages, continue to the next step.
Depending on your modem, it may ask you for a Modem Access Code. If it does, your Access Code is located on a yellow sticker on the bottom of your modem. Type it in and click Continue. On the Configuration screen, you will see some blue buttons on the left.
Click the Advanced button. Several grey buttons will appear beneath the blue buttons. Click the PPP Location button. The modem may ask you for the Modem Access Code again. If it does, enter it again and click Continue. The screen will offer you three options. At the bottom of the screen, click Save Changes. Now wait for your modem to restart.
When they do so, open your Web browser and try visiting a few websites. If they load, congratulations! Your modem is now properly configured for your Cruzio DSL. If you are still unable to surf the Web, or if the Power, DSL, or Ethernet lights keep blinking after several minutes when these instructions say they should turn solid, please contact Cruzio Technical Support.
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