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How to set up my modem router for TPG IPTV (TC solution)User Application RequirementUpdated 11-24-2011 10:47:36 AMThis Article Applies to:TD-8816 , TD-8817 , TD-W8961NDTD-8816 , TD-8817 , TD-W8961ND , TD-W8901GB , TD-W8101G , TD-W8901N , TD-W8961N , TD-W8951ND , TD-W8961NB , TD-W8901G , TD-W8151N , TD-8840T , TD-8841TBefore you begin, please note:
Configuration overview:Internet Group: LAN port 1\2\3 + Wireless bind to PVC0 (8/35 PPPoE connection)IPTV Group: LAN port 4 binds to PVC1 (0/35 Bridge connection)*You can change the IPTV Port according to your requirement.Step-by-Step Configuration:1. Open your web browser and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address bar, then press "Enter".2. Enter the username and password of your modem. By default it will be Username: "admin" and Password: "admin" or if you have changed this, please enter the new username and password.
- The TPG IPTV Trial service is currently only available to customers using ADSL2+ at TPG IPTV enabled exchanges.Please go to http://www.tpg.com.au/iptv/exchange.php to check whether your exchange has IPTV service enabled.
- The computer which you wish to watch IPTV from must be connected by wired (Ethernet) connection.
- The computer for IPTV can’t be used to surf the internet again, only for IPTV.
3. Configure PVCs and LAN settings:
Go to Interface Setup->Internet, create two PVCs: PVC0 at PPPOE mode with “IGMP V2 ”enabled, PVC1 at Bridge mode which is for IPTV:PVC0 (8/35) PPPoE with NAT for Internet: Port 1+Port 2 + Port 3+Wireless;PVC1 (0/35) Bridge for IPTV: Port 4PVC0 for Internet:PVC 1 for IPTV:Go to Status page to check the PVC Summary:LAN Setting:Go to “Interface Setup – LAN” page, Enable Multicast IGMP v2 and IGMP Snoop. At Physical Ports, please un-tick port 4.Note: DHCP service will NOT be applied on port 4, so if now you’re connecting the computer with port 4, please re-connect the Ethernet cable to port1/port2/port3.4. VLAN Setting:VLAN1: PVC0 + LAN Port 1 + Port 2 + Port 3+Wireless LANVLAN2: PVC1 +Port 4Step 1: Active VLAN Function;Step 2: Go to “Assign VLAN PVID for each Interface”Click SAVE then NEXTStep 3: “Define VLAN Group”VLAN1: PVC0 + LAN Port 1 +Port 2 +Port 3+ Wireless LAN for Internet
VLAN2: PVC1 + Port 4 for IPTVCheck finished VLAN Group List:5. Go to Maintenance->SysRestart to reboot the router.6. Register for IPTV serviceAfter the reboot, please go to https://cyberstore.tpg.com.au/register/iptv.php to register for your Free TPG IPTV account. You must then follow the step-by-step guide to finish the on-line installation. If you require assistance with this, please contact TPG Technical Support on 1300 360 855.NOTE:1. The username and password are usually the same as your ADSL account;2. You need to download and install the VLC software from http://www.tpg.com.au/iptv/download.php, this is an important step for IPTV settings;3. In the "modem setup instruction" page, please choose "Other Modem";
7. View IPTVOnce you have registered and configured your modem, you can begin viewing the TPG IPTV service. Please visit the TPG IPTV website at http://www.tpg.com.au/iptv , then log in with your username and password and enjoy your Free TPG IPTV service.8. Backup the modem settings:If your IPTV service works normally, you can export the current settings as a backup. Please go to Maintenance->Firmware page and click ROMFILE SAVE button. Then save the ROM-0 file in a floder as a backup configuration.If you occasionally changed the modem setting and need recover the TPG settings, you can go to Maintenance->Firmware page and Browse the ROM-0 file then click UPGRADE button.
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