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Installing Your New SmartRG SR630 Modem

Remove your SmartRG SR630 from the box. You should have: Router Power Adapter Ethernet Cable DSL Cable Connecting the Cables: Plug the power adapter into the back of the SmartRG and also into an electrical outlet. Ensure the on/off button on the side of the SmartRG is pushed in. You should see a Power light. … Read more

Installing Your New SmartRG SR616 Modem

Remove your SmartRG SR616 from the box. You should have: Router Power Adapter Ethernet Cable DSL Cable Connecting the Cables: 1.   Plug the power adapter into the back of the Smart RG and also into an electrical outlet. Ensure the on/off button* on the side of the Smart RG is pushed in. You should see … Read more

Installing Your New SmartRG SR515 Modem

Remove your SmartRG SR515 from the box. You should have: Router Power Adapter Ethernet Cable DSL Cable Connecting the Cables: 1.   Plug the power adapter into the back of the SmartRG and also into an electrical outlet. Ensure the on/off button on the side of the SmartRG is pushed in. You should see a Power … Read more

Installing Your New SmartRG SR510 Router

Remove your SmartRG SR510 from the box. You should have: Router Power Adapter Ethernet Cable (Fiber) DSL Cable Antennas x2 Connecting the Cables and Antennas: Screw the antennas onto the threaded metal posts Plug the power adapter into the back of the SmartRG router and also into an electrical outlet. Ensure the on/off button on … Read more

Installing Your New SmartRG SR400 Router

Remove your SmartRG SR400 from the box. You should have: • Router • Power Adapter • Ethernet Cable   Connecting the Cables   1.  Plug the power adapter into the back of the SmartRG router and also into an electrical outlet. Ensure the on/off button on the side of the SmartRG router is pushed in. … Read more

Installing Your New Adtran 834-5 Dual Band Router

Remove your Adtran 834-5 Dual Band Router from the box. You should have: Router Power Adapter Ethernet Cables Connecting the Cables: Plug the power adapter into the back of the Adtran router and also into an electrical outlet. You should see a Power light. Plug the white/red Ethernet cable into the port on the Adtran … Read more

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