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Quick Start
Cable Modem
Plus N300 Router


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  • Page 1 Quick Start Cable Modem Plus N300 Router MG7310...
  • Page 2 Packaged with your MG7310 modem/router Power Cube Coax Wrench Ethernet Cable Velcro Cable Organizer ® Para una Guía de Inicio Rápido en español, por favor vaya a
  • Page 3 Let’s get started If you don’t have cable Internet service, please order that from your cable service provider. Now connect your MG7310 as shown on the next panel. Connecting to a Coax Cable Soon you’ll need to connect your MG7310 to a “live”...
  • Page 4 ON/OFF button POWER Connect the supplied power cube between the power jack and an electrical outlet. WLAN button Wi-Fi on/off button WPS/RESET button ETHERNET (LAN 1-4) You can connect a computer, HDTV, game station, or other Ethernet-capable device to any of these 4 LAN ports.
  • Page 5 By now you should have: • Subscribed to cable Internet service. • Connected your MG7310. • Powered up your MG7310. To do this, the On/Off button needs to be On. Wait for the green online connection light to stop flashing and remain solidly lit. This may take up to 15 minutes.
  • Page 6 30 minutes or longer to complete. Try to browse the Web using a device connected via Ethernet or Wi-Fi to the MG7310. If browsing works, Congratulations! Your MG7310 is working. If your MG7310 is NOT working, see Troubleshooting Tips below.
  • Page 7 • You want to set up parental controls including white lists and/or black lists for certain users and times. • You want to get performance information about the MG7310 modem and/or built-in router. This can be helpful in optimizing wireless performance.
  • Page 8: Wireless Router

    Note that wireless performance depends on a number of factors. Please keep these things in mind: • Where possible, put the MG7310 in a central place so that it’s not too far away from your other wireless devices. • Try to avoid interference from other wireless devices such as Bluetooth headsets and stereos, and 2.4 GHz cordless phones...
  • Page 9 Front Panel Lights During Power up, the lights will blink for about a minute. LIGHT COLOR DESCRIPTION MG7310 power on Green OFF: MG7310 power off Power Green Scanning for DS channel Blinking: Green Connected on 1 downstream channel Green ON: Downstrea †...
  • Page 10: Troubleshooting Tips

    Troubleshooting Tips What if I can’t make an Internet connection right after installation? • First turn your MG7310 off for at least 8 seconds, then on, to see if that fixes the problem. • Check the connections you’ve made to your MG7310. Power and coax connections are required, and up to 4 Ethernet connections are optional.
  • Page 11 This lets you see whether your home’s cabling is a problem. • If you’re using a splitter with your MG7310, try the MG7310 without the splitter to see if that helps. If it does, you may need to get a better splitter.
  • Page 12 Bluetooth transmitters and neighbors’ Wi-Fi routers. To try to pick a less used wireless channel for your MG7310, first go in to your MG7310’s Configuration Manager. Click the Advanced button at the top of the page, then click the Wireless and Scan/Bridge menu items at the top of the page.
  • Page 13: Limited Warranty

    We like to help. Please visit our support Website or call our support specialists. Our Website has our Motorola Mentor information, and also provides returns and warranty information. Email: Phone: 800-753-0797 Limited Warranty MTRLC LLC warrants this product against defects in material and workmanship for a warranty period of 2 years.
  • Page 14: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions These precautions help protect you and your MG7310. Do not put the MG7310 or its power cube in water, since this is a shock hazard. The MG7310 should normally be installed indoors. If you use it outdoors, protect it from moisture and be careful about temperature.

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