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Netcomm NB16WV Hardware Setup Guide For ADSL & ADSL2+

This guide will walk you through setting up the Netcomm NB16WV 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 NB16WV has an on / off switch at its rear.
Step 2 - Powering Up The Modem
Allow 60 - 90 seconds for the Netcomm NB16WV to power up.
Step 3 - Connecting The Modem To The Phone Socket
Using the phone cable that is supplied with the Netcomm NB16WV 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 NB16WV manual configuration guide for authentication is located here.
Step 7 - AdamTalk
To use the AdamTalk service you will need to ensure that you have a landline phone plugged into the Phone 1 port at the back of the modem and have the modem configured with your AdamTalk details.

AdamTalk manual configuration guide can be found here.
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.