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  • Page 1: User Manual

    Fujitsu’s ADSL USB Modem User Manual In Commercial Confidence March 2002 Issue 02 3XAX-00803AAS...

  • Page 2: Issue History

    Issue 01 Jan 2002 First Isssue of ADSL USB modem User Manual. Issue 02 March 2002 Second Issue of ADSL USB modem User Manual. Inclusion of Safety notice in Preface Page ii ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02...

  • Page 3: Licence And Conditions

    The content of the document must not be used other than for the purpose for which its was provided nor may it be disclosed or copied (by authorised recipient or otherwise) without the prior written consent of an authorised officer of Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Limited (FTEL).

  • Page 4

    Licence and Conditions In Commercial Confidence Page iv ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    In Commercial Confidence Contents Contents Issue History........................ii Licence and Conditions ....................iii Contents.......................... v List of Figures ....................vii List of Procedures ....................vii Preface........................... ix Who Should Read this Manual ................ix What this Manual Covers..................ix Conventions Used in this Manual ................ x Chapter 1 Introduction.......................

  • Page 6

    Contents In Commercial Confidence What to do if the Modem is Plugged in First ..........2-25 Modem Software Setup for Windows 98 with the Modem Plugged In 2-26 Modem Software Setup for Windows 2000 with the Modem Plugged In .....................2-29 Software Setup for Windows ME with the Modem Plugged In ...2-32 Software Setup for Windows XP with the Modem Plugged In ....2-35 Chapter 3 Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer ....3-1...

  • Page 7: List Of Figures

    In Commercial Confidence Contents List of Figures Figure 2-1: Connecting the Modem ........................2-5 Figure 3-1: Connecting the Modem ........................3-4 List of Procedures Procedure 2-1: Modem Hardware Installation ......................2-5 Procedure 2-2: Software Setup for Windows 98 ......................2-7 Procedure 2-3: Software Setup for Windows 2000 ....................

  • Page 8

    Contents In Commercial Confidence Page viii ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 9: Preface

    In Commercial Confidence Preface Preface This manual contains information about the installation, operation and configuration of the ADSL USB Modem. TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT - IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS HEN USING YOUR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE ELECTRIC SHOCK AND INJURY TO PERSONS INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING 1.

  • Page 10: What This Manual Covers

    Preface In Commercial Confidence What this Manual Covers This manual contains the following information: Chapter 1 “Introduction”—This chapter describes, what ADSL is, tells you about Protocols and Device Drivers and the main features of the ADSL USB Modem. Chapter 2 “Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows” —This chapter tells you the requirements for your PC, what information you need to gather before you start the installation and how to install the modem and software.

  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Introduction

    In Commercial Confidence Introduction Introduction HAPTER This chapter provides a brief overview of the ADSL USB modem. Specifically this chapter describes: • What is ADSL • Protocol and device drivers • features summary What is ADSL? Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) technology provides high-speed data access across a telephone line (copper-twisted pair) by making use of previously unused frequency bandwidth above the voice frequency band.

  • Page 12

    Introduction In Commercial Confidence ADSL modems employ ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) framing. ATM is a protocol that divides packets into small fixed sized cells for rapid transmission over high-speed networks. The ATM protocol allows various types of traffic (e.g. data, voice, and video) to be securely and efficiently carried over the same network.

  • Page 13: Features Summary

    In Commercial Confidence Introduction Table 1-1: Driver Type Protocol Window OS RFC 1483 Windows ME, 2000, 98, 98 SE and XP. RFC 2364 Windows ME, 2000, 98, 98 SE PPPoE and XP. RFC 1577 Windows ME 2000, 98, 98 SE. RFC 2364 and XP Features Summary...

  • Page 14

    Introduction In Commercial Confidence Page 1 - 4 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 15: Chapter 2 Installation And Software Setup For Pcs Running Windows

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Installation and Software Setup for HAPTER PCs Running Windows This chapter describes: • The requirements for your Personal Computer which are described in “System Requirements” on page 2-3. • The information you need to gather before you start the installation, see “Information Required Before You Start”...

  • Page 16: List Of Procedures

    (Procedure 2-6, Procedure 2-7, Procedure 2-8 or Procedure 2-9 depending on Windows version) followed by (Procedure 2-2, Procedure 2-3, Procedure 2-4 or Procedure 2-5). This method is longer and harder to perform and is not recommended by Fujitsu. Page 2 - 2...

  • Page 17: System Requirements

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows System Requirements The following specifications are the minimum required for optimum performance of this ADSL modem: • PC with Pentium, Celeron, Xeon or compatible processor • USB V1.0 or V1.1-compliant bus •...

  • Page 18: Information Required Before You Start

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Information Required Before You Start The following information may be required for software installation. Contact your DSL service provider before proceeding with software installation. Table 2-2: Item Description Notes IP Address Setting IP Address The software installation...

  • Page 19: Modem Hardware Installation

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Modem Hardware Installation Follow procedure Procedure 2-1 and Figure 2-1 to install your modem, set up the cables, computer, telephone and Splitter. Note: Do not connect the ADSL USB modem to the computer. Figure 2-1: Connecting the Modem Install the ADSL USB Modem by following Procedure 2-1 with the PC running: Procedure 2-1: Modem Hardware Installation...

  • Page 20

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-1: Modem Hardware Installation (Continued) Follow the appropriate procedure to set up the modem software: Procedure 2-2 for Windows 98 Procedure 2-3 for Windows 2000 Procedure 2-4 for Windows ME Procedure 2-5 for Windows XP Page 2 - 6 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual...

  • Page 21: Modem Software Setup For Windows 98

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Modem Software Setup for Windows 98 Follow Procedure 2-2 to set up the software for Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition. Note: You must not connect the modem to the computer until the procedure tells you. Follow Procedure 2-6 on page 2-26 if the modem has been connected to the computer Procedure 2-2: Software Setup for Windows 98 Start your computer and allow Windows to start-up.

  • Page 22

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-2: Software Setup for Windows 98 (Continued) The “Setup Complete” window indicates that files have been copied. Click Finish complete the installation. The installation program now searches for the USB modem. The “ADSL Installer” window prompts you to plug in the USB modem.

  • Page 23

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-2: Software Setup for Windows 98 (Continued) After informational messages are displayed, the “System Settings Change” window gives you the opportunity to restart the system. Remove all disks from their drives; click , and the PC restarts automatically.

  • Page 24: Modem Software Setup For Windows 2000

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Modem Software Setup for Windows 2000 Follow Procedure 2-3 to set up the software for Windows 2000. Note: You must not connect the modem to the computer until the procedure tells you. Follow Procedure 2-7 on page 2-29 if the modem has been connected to the computer.

  • Page 25

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-3: Software Setup for Windows 2000 (Continued) The “Digital Signature Not Found” window may appear warning that the installation software is not a digitally signed version. A digital signature is not necessary; the ADSL USB Modem software has been tested with Windows 2000.

  • Page 26

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-3: Software Setup for Windows 2000 (Continued) The “Setup Complete” window indicates that files have been copied. Click Finish complete the installation. The installation program now searches for the USB modem. The “ADSL Installer” window prompts you to plug in the USB modem.

  • Page 27

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-3: Software Setup for Windows 2000 (Continued) The “Digital Signature Not Found” window may appear again warning that the installation software is not a digitally signed version. A digital signature is not necessary;...

  • Page 28: Modem Software Setup For Windows Me

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Modem Software Setup for Windows ME Follow Procedure 2-4 to set up the software for Windows ME. Note: You must not connect the modem to the computer until the procedure tells you. Follow Procedure 2-8 on page 2-32 if the modem has been connected to the computer.

  • Page 29

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-4: Software Setup for Windows ME (Continued) The “Setup Complete” window indicates that files have been copied. Click Finish complete the installation. The installation program now searches for the USB modem. The “ADSL Installer” window prompts you to plug in the USB modem.

  • Page 30

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-4: Software Setup for Windows ME (Continued) After information messages are displayed, the “System Settings Change” window gives you the opportunity to restart the system. Remove all disks from their drives; click , and the PC restarts automatically.

  • Page 31: Modem Software Setup For Windows Xp

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Modem Software Setup for Windows XP Follow Procedure 2-5 to set up the software for Windows XP. Note: You must not connect the modem to the computer until the procedure tells you. Follow Procedure 2-9 on page 2-35 if the modem has been connected to the computer.

  • Page 32

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP A window may appear warning that the installation software has not passed Windows Logo testing. It is not necessary; the FDX310 ADSL USB Modem software has been tested with Windows XP.

  • Page 33

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP The installation program now searches the for USB modem.The “ADSL Installer” window prompts you to plug in the USB modem. If the modem is not plugged into the PC, plug it in now. The Windows XP "Found New Hardware Wizard"...

  • Page 34

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP The "Found New Hardware Wizard" window may appear warning that the installation software has not passed Windows Logo testing. It is not necessary; the FDX310 ADSL USB Modem software has been tested with Windows XP.

  • Page 35

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP A message confirms that the device driver software has been installed; click Finish. ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 2 - 21 FTEL Issue 02 March 02...

  • Page 36

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP The Windows XP "Found New Hardware Wizard" found the Fujitsu USB ADSL Modem. Choose "Install the software automatically" and Click Next to allow the installation to continue.

  • Page 37

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP The "Found New Hardware Wizard" window may appear warning that the installation software has not passed Windows Logo testing. It is not necessary; The FDX310 ADSL USB Modem software has been tested with Windows XP.

  • Page 38

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-5: Software Setup for Windows XP A message confirms that the device driver software has been installed; click Finish. You have successfully installed the modem software! Page 2 - 24 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 39: What To Do If The Modem Is Plugged In First

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows What to do if the Modem is Plugged in First The installation of the software should be started without the modem connected to the computer. However, if you have connected the Modem and attempt to install the software the installation still works but you see different dialogue boxes because the computer detects the modem.

  • Page 40: Modem Software Setup For Windows 98 With The Modem Plugged In

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Modem Software Setup for Windows 98 with the Modem Plugged In Follow Procedure 2-6 to set up the software for Windows 98 and 98 Second Edition if the modem is plugged in first.

  • Page 41

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-6: Software Setup for Windows 98 - Modem Plugged In A window is displayed which allows you to specify the location of the driver software to be installed. Choose the Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended) option by clicking the check box;...

  • Page 42

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-6: Software Setup for Windows 98 - Modem Plugged In A message indicates that the system finds the installation file and is ready to install the device driver; click Next A message confirms that the device driver software has been installed;...

  • Page 43: Modem Software Setup For Windows 2000 With The Modem Plugged In

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Modem Software Setup for Windows 2000 with the Modem Plugged In Follow Procedure 2-7 to set up the software for Windows 2000 if the modem is plugged in first. Procedure 2-7: Software Setup for Windows 2000 - Modem Plugged In After USB modem is plugged into the PC, a “...

  • Page 44: Procedure 2-7: Software Setup For Windows 2000 - Modem Plugged In

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-7: Software Setup for Windows 2000 - Modem Plugged In (Continued) A window is displayed which allows you to specify the location of the driver software to be installed. Choose the Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended) option by clicking the check box;...

  • Page 45

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-7: Software Setup for Windows 2000 - Modem Plugged In (Continued) A message indicates that the system finds the installation file and is ready to install the device driver; click Next A message confirms that the device driver software has been installed;...

  • Page 46: Software Setup For Windows Me With The Modem Plugged In

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Software Setup for Windows ME with the Modem Plugged In Follow Procedure 2-8 to set up the software for Windows ME if the modem is plugged in first. Procedure 2-8: Software Setup for Windows ME - Modem Plugged In After USB modem is plugged into the PC, an “Add New Hardware Wizard”...

  • Page 47

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Procedure 2-8: Software Setup for Windows ME - Modem Plugged In The “Select Other Driver” window may ask you to select the driver from a list of drivers. If asked, highlight the root directory GROOTUSB.INF in the “Location” column, and click A message confirms that the device driver software has been installed;...

  • Page 48

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-8: Software Setup for Windows ME - Modem Plugged In The PC automatically runs the SETUP.EXE in the root directory of installation CD. If the installation doesn’t automatically start, go to Windows Explorer ->...

  • Page 49: Software Setup For Windows Xp With The Modem Plugged In

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows Software Setup for Windows XP with the Modem Plugged In Follow Procedure 2-9 to set up the software for Windows XP if the modem is plugged in first. Procedure 2-9: Software Setup for Windows XP - Modem Plugged In After USB modem is plugged into the PC, a "Found New Hardware Wizard"...

  • Page 50

    Installation and Software Setup for PCs Running Windows In Commercial Confidence Procedure 2-9: Software Setup for Windows XP - Modem Plugged In You need to specify a location for the new driver software. Select the Search Removable media check box. Insert the FDX310 ADSL USB Modem Installation CD into the CD drive and click Next.

  • Page 51: Chapter 3 Installation And Software Setup For An Apple Macintosh Computer

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer Installation and Software Setup for HAPTER an Apple Macintosh Computer This Chapter describes: • The requirements for your Apple Macintosh described in “System Requirements” on page 3-2. • The information you need to gather before you start which are described in “Information Required Before You Start”...

  • Page 52: List Of Procedures

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence List of Procedures The actions you need to take are described in the procedures listed in Table 3-1. Table 3-1: Procedure Title Page number Modem Hardware Installation Software Setup for Macintosh Creating a Dial-up Connection Connecting to a Remote Network 3-11...

  • Page 53: Information Required Before You Start

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer Information Required Before You Start The following information may be required for software installation. Contact your DSL service provider before proceeding with software installation. Table 3-2: Item Description Notes IP Address Setting IP Address...

  • Page 54: Modem Hardware Installation

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence Modem Hardware Installation Follow procedure Procedure 3-1 and Figure 3-1 to install your modem., set up the cables, computer, telephone and splitter. Figure 3-1: Connecting the Modem Install the ADSL USB Modem by following Table 3-1 with the PC running: Procedure 3-1: Modem Hardware Installation Locate a master telephone wall outlet.

  • Page 55: Software Setup For Macintosh Os9.1

    Software Setup for Macintosh OS9.1 Follow Procedure 3-2 to set up the software for a Macintosh. Procedure 3-2: Software Setup for Macintosh Insert the Fujitsu USB Installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Click the Fujitsu icon, and then click the Fujitsu ADSL Installer icon.

  • Page 56

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence Procedure 3-2: Software Setup for Macintosh The Fujitsu logo appears. Please wait... after a few moments the screen closes. The welcome screen appears. Click Continue Page 3 - 6...

  • Page 57

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer Procedure 3-2: Software Setup for Macintosh Click Select on the destination selection window (Macintosh HD should be selected as default). The following screen appears: Choose from the drop-down menu. Recomended Install ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 3 - 7...

  • Page 58

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence Procedure 3-2: Software Setup for Macintosh Click the Start button to begin installation. When finished, the Install Successful message appears. Click . Macintosh software driver installation is complete. Quit Page 3 - 8 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual...

  • Page 59: Creating A Dial-up Connection

    Note: The USB cable must NOT be connected to the computer. From your desktop, click the Apple menu icon , select the Control Panels folder, scroll down and open the folder. Fujitsu ADSL Setup ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 3 - 9 FTEL Issue 02 March 02...

  • Page 60

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence Procedure 3-3: Creating a Dial-up Connection (Continued) Press <Ctrl 1> to view the additional tab options (as shown below), then select the Configuration tab. Verify that the tab shows the VPI/VCI default values below. Do not Configuration change these unless instructed by your service provider.

  • Page 61: Connecting To A Remote Network

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer Connecting to a Remote Network Follow Procedure 3-4 to set up your Macintosh to connect to a remote network using the USB modem: Procedure 3-4: Connecting to a Remote Network From your desktop, click the Apple menu icon , select the...

  • Page 62

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence Procedure 3-4: Connecting to a Remote Network (Continued) From “ Control Panel” , open the “Modem” folder and select Fujitsu ADSL USB Modem from the : drop-down menu.

  • Page 63: Establishing A Ppp Connection

    In Commercial Confidence Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer Establishing a PPP Connection Follow Procedure 3-5 to establish a PPP connection. Procedure 3-5: Establishing a PPP Connection From your desktop, click the , select the folder. Open Apple menu icon Control Panels Remote Access...

  • Page 64

    Installation and Software Setup for an Apple Macintosh Computer In Commercial Confidence Page 3 - 14 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 65: Chapter 4 Managing The Software

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Managing the Software HAPTER This chapter describes how to: • Remove software from a PC or Macintosh, see “Uninstalling the Software” on page 4-2. • Customise setting, see “Customising Communications Settings” on page 4-8. •...

  • Page 66: Uninstalling The Software

    Follow Procedure 4-1 to uninstall modem software from a PC. Procedure 4-1: PCs Uninstall the Software From your PC desktop click Start -> Programs -> Fujitsu FDX310 Modem -> Uninstall (wording may vary depending on operating system) . A notification message appears indicating that the setup process has begun.

  • Page 67

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-1: PCs Uninstall the Software (Continued) A message is displayed asking you to confirm the removal of the USB ADSL modem software, click The “Information” window is displayed reminding you not to unplug the USB cable until the uninstall process has been completed.

  • Page 68

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-1: PCs Uninstall the Software (Continued) The “Setup Complete” window indicates successful completion of the uninstall process. Remove any disks from the drives, select the Yes, I want to restart my computer now option by clicking in the circle to the left, and click Finish Note: The screen for Windows 2000 and Windows XP applications does not ask you to restart the system.

  • Page 69: Uninstalling For Macintosh

    Managing the Software Uninstalling for Macintosh Note: Note: The Fujitsu USB driver and its components must be completely removed from the operating system before attempting to reinstall the software. Follow Procedure 4-2 to uninstall modem software from a Macintosh. Procedure 4-2: Macintosh Uninstall the Software Verify that the modem is NOT connected to the computer.

  • Page 70

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-2: Macintosh Uninstall the Software (Continued) The welcome screen appears. Click Continue The following screen appears. Choose Customized Removal... from the drop-down menu. Click the button to begin the uninstalling process. Start Page 4 - 6 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 71

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-2: Macintosh Uninstall the Software (Continued) The following screen appears: Choose Custom from the selection list and select the check box to the left of the modem name within the main window. Click on OK to continue. The following screen appears.

  • Page 72: Control Panel Applications

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Control Panel Applications The ADSL USB Modem control panel program provides a quick and easy way to configure and check the performance of the modem and the ADSL connection. When open, the monitor window updates the performance every 2 seconds.

  • Page 73

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-3: Customising Communications Settings (Continued) The “Communication Settings” window is displayed. Make the necessary changes to the VPI, VCI, Encapsulation type and/or Modulation type and click Apply The “Setup Complete” window indicates successful completion of the customisation process.

  • Page 74: Control Panel Applications For Pcs

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Control Panel Applications for PCs Follow Procedure 4-4 for PC Control Panel Applications. Procedure 4-4: PC Control Panel Applications There are two methods to access the ADSL USB Modem control panel: • From the “Control Panel” window ( Start -> Settings -> Control Panel ), double click the ADSL USB Modem icon, or...

  • Page 75

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-4: PC Control Panel Applications (Continued) The “System Info” tab displays the release number of the ADSL USB Modem driver, the firmware release number, and the control panel version that you are currently using. The “Configuration”...

  • Page 76: Control Panel Applications For Macintosh

    In Commercial Confidence Control Panel Applications for Macintosh For Macintosh operating systems, the Fujitsu ADSL Setup program provides an easy way to view modem performance and ADSL connection status for technical support personnel (see Procedure 4-5). To access the control panel, an ADSL connection must be established with your service provider.

  • Page 77

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-5: Macintosh Control Panel Applications (Continued) Press <Ctrl 1> to view the additional tab options (as shown below), then select the DSL Status tab. Note: If synchronization takes too long, click Disconnect, then click Retrain. ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 4 - 13 FTEL...

  • Page 78

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-5: Macintosh Control Panel Applications (Continued) The DSL operational state can be verified on the DSL Status tab. Note: If synchronization takes too long, click Disconnect, then click Retrain. Additional diagnostic information is available on the “Configuration” , “System Info”...

  • Page 79

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-5: Macintosh Control Panel Applications (Continued) The “System Info” tab The “ATM” tab ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 4 - 15 FTEL Issue 02 March 02...

  • Page 80

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-5: Macintosh Control Panel Applications (Continued) The “DSL Advanced” tab Page 4 - 16 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 81: Modifying The Tcp/ip Options For Wide Area Networks

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Modifying the TCP/IP Options for Wide Area Networks Follow the procedures in this section to modify the TCP/IP options for Wide Area Networks (WAN) for the Windows operating systems (98, 2000, ME & XP). Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition TCP/IP settings are automatically set up during the software installation process.

  • Page 82

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-6: Set the TCP/IP for Windows 98 (Continued) From the “Server Types” tab of the “ Dial-Up PPP Connection” window, select TCP/IP (marked with a check in the box to the left) and click TCP/IP Settings Page 4 - 18 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual...

  • Page 83

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-6: Set the TCP/IP for Windows 98 (Continued) The “TCP/IP Settings” window is used to modify the IP address, Domain Name Server addresses and/or default gateway as follows: • Change the IP address to a user defined address by selecting Specify an IP address (select the check box to the left of it) and type in the address in the space provided •...

  • Page 84: Windows 2000

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Windows 2000 TCP/IP settings are automatically set up during the software installation process. Follow Procedure 4-7 to change TCP/IP settings. Procedure 4-7: Set the TCP/IP for Windows 2000 From your PC desktop, right click the icon and select Properties.

  • Page 85

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-7: Set the TCP/IP for Windows 2000 (Continued) The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” window is used to modify the IP address and DNS Server addresses: • Change the IP address to a user defined address by selecting Use the following IP address (click inside the circle to the left of it) and typing the address in the space provided...

  • Page 86: Windows Xp

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Windows XP TCP/IP settings are automatically set up during the software installation process. Follow Procedure 4-8 to change TCP/IP settings. Procedure 4-8: Set the TCP/IP for Windows XP From your PC desktop go to Start -> Control Panel, then click on Network and Interface Connections.

  • Page 87

    Managing the Software Procedure 4-8: Set the TCP/IP for Windows XP In the next window click on Network Connections. Double click with left mouse button on FUJITSU Dial-Up PPP Connection. ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 4 - 23...

  • Page 88

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-8: Set the TCP/IP for Windows XP Click on Properties within the “Connect Fujitsu Dial-Up PPP Connection” window. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties. Page 4 - 24 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual...

  • Page 89

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-8: Set the TCP/IP for Windows XP The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” window is used to modify the IP address and DNS Server addresses: • Change the IP address to a user defined address by selecting Use the following IP address (click inside the circle to the left of it) and typing the address in the space provided...

  • Page 90: Windows Me

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Windows ME TCP/IP settings are automatically set up during the software installation process. Follow Procedure 4-9 to change TCP/IP settings. Procedure 4-9: Set the TCP/IP for Windows ME From your PC desktop, open the Dial-Up Networking window ( Start ->...

  • Page 91

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Procedure 4-9: Set the TCP/IP for Windows ME (Continued) From the “Networking” tab of the “ ADSL Dial-Up PPP Connection” window, select TCP/IP (marked with a check in the box to the left) and click TCP/IP Settings ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page 4 - 27...

  • Page 92

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Procedure 4-9: Set the TCP/IP for Windows ME (Continued) The “TCP/IP Settings” window is used to modify the IP address, Domain Name Server addresses and/or default gateway as follows: • Change the IP address to a user defined address by selecting Specify an IP address (click inside the circle to the left of it) and typing the address in the space provided •...

  • Page 93: Point-to-point Protocol Over Ethernet

    In Commercial Confidence Managing the Software Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet PPPoE is a specification for connecting multiple computer users on an Ethernet to a remote site through common customer premises equipment. PPPoE can be used to have an office or building-full of users share a common DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) connection to the Internet.

  • Page 94

    Managing the Software In Commercial Confidence Page 4 - 30 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 95: Appendix A Product Specifications

    In Commercial Confidence Product Specifications Product Specifications APPENDIX A This appendix contains the product specification setting out the limits and expectations for the performance of the ADSL USB Modem. A DSL Standards Supported There are several standard types of ADSL modulation techniques including Discrete MultiTone (DMT) and Carrierless Amplitude and Phase (CAP).

  • Page 96: Product Specification

    Product Specifications In Commercial Confidence Product Specification The main technical features of the modem are shown in Table A-2. Table A-2: Item Description Dimensions Height: 1.6 in (4.06 cm), Width: 7.5 in (19.05 cm), Depth: 6.25 in (15.88 cm) Weight Approx.

  • Page 97

    In Commercial Confidence Product Specifications Table A-2: Item Description Safety UL 1950, cUL, EN60950 Regulatory Approval UL, CSA, CE ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Page A - 3 FTEL Issue 02 March 02...

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    Product Specifications In Commercial Confidence Page A - 4 ADSL USB Modem - User Manual Issue 02 March 02 FTEL...

  • Page 99: Glossary

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