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  • Wait until the Broadband start date before setting up the Router, and be aware that sometimes Broadband is only activated in the evening of the start date.
  • 1.

    Inside the box you will find your Router, the Power Supply with UK adapter, 1 x Instruction booklet, 1 x Wi-Fi Key card, 1 x Broadband (DSL) cable (grey connectors), 1 x Ethernet network cable (yellow connectors) and 1 x Filter.

  • 2. Slide the UK 3-pin adapter onto the power supply so it clicks into place then plug the whole unit into a mains electricity socket.
  • 3. Connect the other end of the Power supply into the Power socket of the router.
  • 4. Plug the Broadband (DSL) cable (grey connectors) into the DSL port (grey) on the back of the router
  • 5. If the BT wall socket has both broadband & telephone ports then plug the other end of the Broadband (DSL) cable (grey connectors) into the broadband port otherwise skip this step and use a Filter.
  • 6. If the BT wall socket has no broadband port, plug the telephone connector end of a Filter into the BT wall socket.
  • 7. Connect the other end of the Broadband (DSL) cable (grey connectors) into the Modem port of the Filter.
  • 8. Switch on the Router by pressing the On/Off power switch on the back. The LED lights will flash whilst the broadband is activating.
  • 9. Once the broadband is activated the ā€œiā€ light will be solid green.
    If it stays red for more than 10 mins it means the internet is not connected ā€” check the broadband activation date and if it was in the past then switch off the router for 3 mins and turn it back on again.