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Safety Statements Federal Communications Commission Statement This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: • This device may not cause harmful interference, and • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 1 - Overview Thank you for purchasing this cable modem. This cable modem delivers the highest performance in data over cable technology. Ideal for home and small business users, this easy-to-use communication device offers reliable connectivity as well as remarkable data transfer rates.
Chapter 1 - Introduction System Requirements Before connecting the cable modem to your PC, make sure your system is equipped with a LAN controller and supports the TCP/IP protocol. Installing a Network Card Preparations If your system does not have an embedded LAN controller, you must install a network interface card as instructed below (assuming that you are using an Ethernet card under the operating system of Windows 98): 1.
Chapter 1 - Introduction Checking if TCP/IP is already installed 1. Click the Start button on the desktop. In the Settings menu, select Control Panel . Double-click the Network icon 2. In the list of installed network components try to find the TCP/ IP protocol.
Chapter 2 - Installation Chapter 2 - Installing the Cable Modem Take the following steps to accomplish the installation procedure: 1. Connect the cable TV coaxial cable to the input connector of a signal splitter. 2. Connect a coaxial cable from one of the output connectors on the splitter to the input connector of your TV set.
Chapter 2 - Installation Powering Up When all connections have been properly made and the power is ON, the cable modem will automatically start the self-test and search for the active cable channel provided by your cable operator. Now you are all set and ready to surf the Internet at a marvelous speed! Multiple Client Configuration The cable modem supports up to 15 pieces of consumer premises equipment.
Chapter 2 - Installation If you would like to use the USB interface, connect the USB cable modem to your computer using the USB cable and install the driver as shown here. Windows ME Installing the Driver 1. Turn ON the cable modem your computer.
Chapter 2 - Installation Windows ME Verifying the Driver 1. Right-click “My Network Places” icon on the desktop. 2. You should see “USB Cable Modem ” Deleting the Driver - Network Deleting the Driver - System (Either the Network or System will (Either the Network or System will work.) work.)
Chapter 2 - Installation Windows 2000 Installing the Driver 1. Turn ON the cable modem and your computer. 2. If you have not connected the cable modem to your computer using the USB cable, do so now. 3. Windows will detect that a new hardware has been added and will start the Add New Hardware Wizard.
Chapter 2 - Installation Windows 2000 Verifying the Driver 1. Right-click “My Network Places” icon on the desktop. 2. You should see “USB Cable Modem” Deleting the Driver - System 1. Right-click “My Computer” icon on the desktop and select Hardware.
Chapter 2 - Installation Windows XP Installing the Driver Use “Search for the best...” and check When you connect the USB Cable “Include this location...”. Enter the Modem, a “Found New Hardware path to the USB Cable Modem driver Wizard” will appear. Click Next to and click Next to continue.
Chapter 3 - Using the Cable Modem Chapter 3 - Using the Cable Modem Front Panel Non-USB Model POWER STATUS CABLE TEST USB Model POWER STATUS CABLE ETHERNET (LAN) LED Indicator State Description 1. Power Modem is powered ON Modem is powered OFF 2.
Chapter 3 - Using the Cable Modem Rear Panel POWER CABLE CONSOLE RESET OFF ON Reset POWER CABLE 1. POWER The provided power adapter converts DC power to DC power for use with this jack. Power supplied through this jack will supply power to the cable modem.