Chapter 6 IPTV
IPTV is the abbreviation of Internet Protocol Television. The service can only be delivered through the Internet, and our modem router provides a specific LAN port for IPTV.
By automatically separating IPTV from Internet surfing, you can enjoy a high quality of video streaming and fast browsing speeds at the same time.
I want to:
Configure the modem router to enable Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) Services.
For example, I already bought IPTV service, but this service can only be delivered through the Internet. Therefore, I need to configure my modem router first.
How can I do that?
1.Visit http://tplinkmodem.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
2.Go to Advanced > IPTV to open the configuration page.
3.Click Enable IPTV to enable this function.
4.Select your DSL modulation type.
5.If you select VDSL modulation type, check to enable VLAN ID and set the ID and priority. If you select ADSL, fill in PVC parameters (VPI and VCI). VLAN and PVC parameters are all provided by your IPTV service provider.
6.Select a Connection Type from the drop-down list according to your IPTV connection. If you select Bridge, specify a LAN port for the IPTV connection and connect the set-top box to this port.
7.Click Save to make the settings effective.
Modem router configuration is complete! You may still need to configure settings on your set-top box before enjoying your IPTV service.
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