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Netcomm NB16WV Authentication Guide for Fibre

This guide will walk you through setting up the Netcomm NB16WV router to gain internet access.

Step 1
Plug the power adapter to turn on the Netcomm NB16WV.
Step 2
Allow 60 - 90 seconds for the Netcomm NB16WV to power up.
Step 3
Connect your computer to any Ethernet port on the Netcomm NB16WV.
Step 4
Open the web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari etc) on the computer, type in in the address bar and then press Enter. image_4_0
Step 5
Log into the modem by entering the Username admin and the Password admin.

The press the Login button.
Step 6
At the bottom, click the Switch to advanced view link. image_6_0
Step 7
Hover over Network Setup in the top menu bar and select Network Setup from the dropdown. image_7_0
Step 8
Enter in the following settings:

Set WAN Interface to Ethernet WAN

Set WAN Type to PPP over Ethernet

Untick Enabled next to Automatic 3G Backup

Untick Enabled next to IPv6 Dualstack

Set Username to your Adam Internet username (remember to append

Set Password to your Adam Internet password

Set Primary DNS to

Set Secondary DNS to

Set Connection Control to Auto Reconnect (always-on)

Set Service Name to Adam Internet

Leave Assigned IP Address blank

Set MTU to 0

Ensure that NAT is Enabled

Set Multicast to Disable

Untick Enabled next to IGMP Snooping

Untick Enabled next to VLAN Tag

Press the Save button.
Step 9
You will then be presented with a dialogue box advising that the settings have been saved and that a reboot is required.

To reboot the router, click OK.
Step 10
The router will then reboot. image_10_0
Step 11
Please allow up to two minutes for the router to reboot and authenticate your username and password with Adam Internet.
Once this time has elapsed your will be online and able to browse.
Further Help: If you require further assistance, please contact the Adam Internet Help Desk on (08) 8423 4000 or email with as much detail as possible regarding the issue at hand.