Step 1 Open the web browser and type the IP address of the device in the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1). Press Enter.
Step 2 Type the username and password in the login page, the default username and password both are admin, Then click OK to log into the device.
Step 3 Configure the PVC (VPI/VCI) to bridge mode for IPTV
1. Click Quick Setup on the left side
2. Enter the VPI and VCI into the box. The VPI /VCI which work for IPTV are provided by your ISP, here we use 0/35 as an example, please contact your ISP to get the correct value. Then click on Next button.
If you want to Enable QoS, please enable the option “Enable Quality Of Service”.
3. If you want to enable IGMP or your ISP needs IGMP Multicast supported, please enable the option “Enable IGMP Multicast” as below, then click on Next to complete the setup.
Step 4 Configure the Port Mapping
1. Click on Advanced Setup->Port Mapping on the left side, select “Enable virtual ports on” as below, then click on Add button.
2. Enter a name for the Group Name which for IPTV connection, select ENET1 and nas_0_35 on the left side, then click on to move them to the left as below:
1. ENET1 is for LAN port 1 of your router, if you want to use other ports of the router for the IPTV, please select ENET2 (for LAN port 2), ENET3 (LAN PORT 2) or/add ENET4 (for LAN port 4).
2. nas_0_35 is for the PVC (VPI/VCI) 0/35 which is requested by your ISP for IPTV, if your ISP request other PVC (VPI/VCI) for IPTV, please select others and move it to the left, and you need also configure this VPI/VCI in Step 3.
(For example, nas_0_100 is for VPI/VCI 0/100 and nas_8_81 is for VPI/VCI 8/81)
Step 5 After done the above steps, you can use the LAN port which select in Step 4 for IPTV.
Note: After configured the LAN port into a group by using port mapping, this port will be for specific application used only and we can not connect to the router via this port, so please do not connect your computer to this port when you configure the port mapping.