Safety Information Safety Warnings Potentially hazardous voltages exist within this unit. Always observe standard safety precautions and also the safety warnings in this guide during installation, operation, and maintenance of this product. There are no user provisionable options. FCC Warning This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
1 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) modem. The DSL modem is part of a system that provides an integrated end-to-end solution for data connectivity, multimedia services, and high-speed Internet access services using asymmetrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) transmission over your current telephone wiring.
your telephone sets and other telecommunication devices. The second method requires a splitter and is explained in Chapter 4. If it is determined that a splitter is required, it will be installed by your DSL service provider. Whether microfilters or a splitter is installed, a DSL modem allows telephone conversation and data downloads simultaneously over the existing telephone line.
1.3 DSL Modem Package Contents The DSL Modem package contains: Part # FC9660CB23 Part # FC9660RA12 DSL Modem RJ-45 Ethernet Crossover Cable Part # FC9660CB26 Part # FC9660PS11 RJ-11 to RJ-11 Line Cord Power Supply Convertor Microfilter 2-Outlet Modular Adapter...
2 DSL Modem Description 2.1 DSL Front Panel Figure 2-1 depicts the DSL modem LEDs. Power LED Modem LED Data LED Figure 2-1: DSL Modem LEDs The following table describes the LEDs on the DSL modem. Modem Lights Description POWER Indicates power is applied to the modem MODEM Indicates a link with the phone company equipment...
2.2 DSL Rear Panel Figure 2-2 depicts the rear connections of the DSL modem. DATA LINE DATA LINE Figure 2-2: DSL Rear Panel Connections The following table lists and describes the functions of the items located on the rear of the modem. Connector Description POWER...
2.3 DSL Bottom Panel The DSL modem can be installed on a desktop, shelf, or mounted on a wall. Wall mounting requires two wall anchors (not included). The holes located on the bottom of the modem are used to hang the unit on the wall anchors. Figure 2-3 shows the bottom of the DSL modem.
3 Installing the Splitterless DSL Modem 3.1 Overview The procedures in this chapter apply to those customers who install their own microfilter-to-phone connections. If a DSL technician is performing the wiring, proceed to Section 5, Powering the Modem. Note: Do not install a microfilter on the DSL modem line. The splitterless installation requires the placement of a microfilter on every telephone set, answering machine, or telephone device (i.e., analog modem) in your home.
Modular Adapter RJ-11 Line Cord DSL Modem FC9660CB26 FC9660RA12 Line Figure 3-1: Typical Splitterless Installation 1. Start in the location where you want to install your DSL modem. Look for the existing phone outlet (RJ-11 faceplate), and remove the existing RJ-11 cord from the wall.
6. Connect the telephone RJ-11 cord connector into the microfilter RJ-11 PHONE slot. 7. Connect all remaining telephone devices to a microfilter. See Figure 3-2, 3-3, for examples. Phone Jack Microfilter Telephone Figure 3-2: Telephone Set Application Telephone Microfilter RJ-11 Phone Jack 2-Outlet...
2-Outlet Modular Adapter FC9660CB23 Crossover supplied NIC Cable Existing Connection RJ-11 Wallplate DSL Modem Microfilter FC9660RA12 DATA DATA LINE LINE Data Line RJ-11 Line Cord Telephone FC9660CB26 Figure 3-5: Ethernet Cable Connection...
Adapter Existing RJ-11 NIC Cable Wallplate Connection Microfilter RJ-45 Ethernet Cable (straight) (not supplied) DSL Modem Ethernet cable FC9660RA12 (straight) (not supplied) Telephone DATA LINE DATA LINE RJ-11 Line Cord FC9660CB26 Data Line Figure 3-6: Multi-User Ethernet Internet Access Note: Ethernet Hub and straight cables are not provided.
RJ-11 Jack Telephone Network Interface RJ-11 Cable RJ-11 Telephone Cable* Company FC9660CB26 DSL Modem* FC9660RA12 DATA 1 LINE LINE Ethernet Cable* FC9660CB23 (Crossover) *Asterisk denotes item included in the DSL Modem package. Figure 4-1: Connecting Inside Wire and Modem Cables...
Figure 4-2 shows an expanded view of the inside wiring of the telephone network interface box. 1. On the outside of your house, locate and open the telephone network interface box. (Your local DSL service provider should have installed the DSL splitter) Slide open the splitter latch door and locate the colored screws.
2. Inside the residence, locate the telephone RJ-11 wall jack that is nearest to your PC and remove it. Replace it with a new dual RJ-11 wall plate and connect the same colored wires that are attached to the green and red screws on the DSL splitter data module to the green and red pins on the RJ-11 wall jack.
Wire New Wall Plate with RJ-11 Jacks Telephone RJ-11 Network Cable Interface RJ-11 Cable FC9660CB26 DSL Modem* FC9660RA12 DATA 1 LINE LINE Telephone Ethernet Cable Company (Straight) (not supplied) Ethernet Cables (Straight) (not supplied) *Asterisk denotes item included in the DSL Modem package.
5 Powering the Modem WARNING: When installing the DSL modem power supply unit, be sure to first insert the power supply connector into the rear of the DSL modem before plugging the unit into a powered 110V AC wall outlet. To apply power to the DSL modem, perform the following steps: 1.
DSL Modem Turn-up Flow Chart Modem is powered on. For a few seconds, the modem is performing several self-tests. POWER MODEM DATA Modem is idle. Modem is checking for presence of the DSL local service provider. If the modem stays in this state for more than 10 minutes, an error has occurred.