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Netcomm NB6plus4Wn Hardware Setup Guide For ADSL & ADSL2+

This guide will walk you through setting up the Netcomm NB6plus4Wn modem for use with the ADSL & ADSL2+ service.

Step 1 - Turning On The Modem Modem Setup
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Modem Setup with Line Splitter
Plug the power adapter to both a power socket and the rear of the modem. The proceed to turn on the modem.

The Netcomm NB6plus4Wn has an on / off switch at its rear.
Step 2 - Powering Up The Modem
Allow 60 - 90 seconds for the Netcomm NB6plus4Wn to power up.
Step 3 - Connecting The Modem To The Phone Socket
Using the phone cable that is supplied with the Netcomm NB6plus4Wn connect the modem to the a telephone wall socket in the premises.

Ensure that you do not place a Line Filter between the modem and the telephone wall socket.

The only exception to the above is if you opt to use a Line Splitter. A Line Splitter will enable you to connect a telephone and modem to a single phone socket.

Should a Central Splitter be installed within the premises a single phone socket should be labelled Internet or ADSL, ensure that your modem is connect to one of these sockets.
Step 4 - Connecting Phones To Other Phone Sockets
To keep phones connected to the landline, it is important that a line filter be connected to the phone cable between the phone socketed and the telephone itself for each socket in use at the premises.

Note: Failure to correctly filter phones throughout the premises can lead to dropouts and slow broadband speeds.
Line Filter
Step 5 - Connecting To The Exchange
Once the phone cable is connected and modem powered on, the ADSL/DSL light on the modem will commence flashing. This indicates that the modem negotiating a connection with the ADSL/DSL equipment at your local telephone exchange. When this negotiation is successfully completed the ADSL/DSL light will remain permanently on.
Step 6 - Authentication
Our Netcomm NB6plus4Wn manual configuration guide for authentication is located here.
Step 7 - Fetchtv
Full fetchtv customers will need to setup there fetchtv set top box to connect to their TV and modem.

A detailed fetchtv setup guide can be found here.

As well as setting up your phone handset or fetchtv set top box you will also need to configure your modem to enable these services to function correctly.

Please note: No special modem configuration is required for the fetchtv lite package to function correctly.

Our manual fetchtv configuration guides are listed below:
Further Help: If you require further assistance, please contact the Adam Internet Help Desk on (08) 8423 4000 or email help@adam.com.au with as much detail as possible regarding the issue at hand.