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Smart RG 505N Modem Setup (Version 2.5.0.2 and down)
Posted by George Chu on 27 June 2014 07:38 PM

Xinflix Smart RG 505N Modem Setup Instructions:

Please note that after the first time you log into your modem as an administrator, you might not be

prompted to log in again (step 3 in many of the instructions in this manual).

PPPoE Setup (Log into the Xinflix service and use the modem both as a modem and wireless

router)

1) Open your web browser and go to 192.168.1.1

2) Click on "Manage gateway (advanced)"

3) A login window will pop up and you will enter username "admin" and password "admin" (yes they

are the same, all lower-case letters and no quotation marks) and press ENTER

4) Click on "Advanced Setup"

5) Select “WAN Service” and click on the "Edit" button next to ppp0.1

6) Enter your XINFLIX username (don't forget the "@3web.com" part) and password [Please note that

the username and password are CASE-SENSITIVE, so lower-case and capital letters matter],

scroll all the way down and click on "Next", "Next", "Next" and "Apply/Save"

7) Enable PING (optional but helps with troubleshooting): Click on “Management”, “Access Control,

This should give your modem basic connectivity, but you may wish to review next section of this

manual as it contains information on setting up wireless connectivity.

 

 

WiFi - Wireless connectivity

[Please note that our technical support does not officially assist with wireless setup but following these

instructions will get you up and running. For assistance with connecting to a wireless network, please

contact your software vendor's support, like Microsoft for Windows users, Apple for Mac users and

your distribution's official forum or IRC chat for Linux users]

Steps 1-3 are not necessary if you just completed the PPPoE setup and are still in the modem's web

interface. Look at PPPoE setup for screenshots if needed

1) Open your web browser and go to 192.168.1.1

2) Click on "Manage gateway (advanced)"

3) A login window will pop up and you will enter username "admin" and password "admin" (yes they

are the same, all lower-case letters and no quotation marks) and press ENTER

4) Click on “Advanced Setup” and then "Wireless". Make sure there is a check-mark next to "Enable

Wireless". If you wish to change your wireless network name (SSID), you can change it on this screen

before scrolling to the bottom and clicking on Apply/Save

5) Click on "Security" and make sure "Network Authentication" is either "Mixed WPA2/WPA

-PSK" or "WPA2 -PSK" . Please refer to the screenshot on the next page.

6) Uncheck the box "Use base MAC address as WPA/WAPI passphrase" and enter a password that

will be easy for you to remember but has at least 8 characters into the "WPA/WAPI passphrase" field

before clicking on Apply/Save

 

 

DSL Line Statistics

If you are able to e-mail support for no connectivity, slow speeds or intermittent connectivity, this page

will contain information useful to us that we might not be able to access through our diagnostics.

Ideally, you should e-mail us a screenshot of the top of this page or at least note down the important

values. Screenshots of the first 3 steps are available under the "PPPoE Setup" part of this manual.

1) Open your web browser and go to 192.168.1.1

2) Click on "Manage gateway (advanced)"

3) A login window will pop up and you will enter username "admin" and password "admin" (yes they

are the same, all lower-case letters and no quotation marks) and press ENTER

4) Click on "Device Info", then on "Statistics" and finally on "xDSL"

5) Either take a screenshot of this page or write down (for BOTH downstream AND upstream) the

following values:

-Mode

-Status

-Rate (Kbps):

-Attainable Rate (Kbps):

-SNR Margin (dB):

-Attenuation (dB):

 

Factory Reset

You will need to perform this if you want to put your modem back to router (PPPoE) mode or if you

changed your settings so much it would take too much time to fix them. There are 2 ways to go about

it:

The easy way:

1) Make sure the modem is plugged in and turned on

2) Push a straightened paperclip, piece of wire or dull syringe tip into the small red hole in the back

of the modem until you feel a button click and hold for 30 seconds

3) Let go, wait for 10 seconds

4) Powercycle the modem by unplugging it from power for 30 seconds and plugging it back in.

5) Once the DSL light comes back on solid, your modem will be ready to configure for a PPPoE

connection.

The hard way:

1) Set up a static local area connection with the IP address set to 192.168.1.2, default gateway

192.168.1.1 and netmask 255.255.255.0

2) Disable the wireless connection and use the static LAN connection to connect to the modem

3) Open your web browser and go to 192.168.1.1

4) Click on "Manage gateway (advanced)"

5) A login window will pop up and you will enter username "admin" and password "admin" (yes

they are the same, all lower-case and no quotation marks)

6) Click on "Management", "Settings", "Restore Default" and finally on the "Restore Default

Settings" button.

7) Reconnect to your modem with a DHCP connection (obtain IP address and DNS automatically)

and configure it as needed.

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