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BSNL ADSL Modem Configuration: NSN Resident Router 1600 (Type-4)

This guide will brief you about NSN Resident Router 1600 (Type-4). It will guide you about how to physically connect modem as well as firmware configuration of this modem pictorially. It is a easy and step-by-step guide for you.

You have chosen NSN Resident Router 1600 (Type-4). It is a type-4 modem in context to BSNL modem terminology. It has four Ethernet ports and Wi-Fi transmitter for PC connectivity. NSN Resident Router 1600 is a high quality multifunction internet access device offering ADSL, WiFi, and LAN switch. It Support ADSL2+ (maximum downstream 24Mbps and upstream 1Mpbs).

Front Panel:

NSN-Resident-Router-1600

I will discuss the bridge configuration (i.e dialer mode) for this modem pictorially with required text when needed. I will break the whole modem configuration procedure in two sections.

Section I:

LAN Configuration:

              Put the IP address in Local Area Connection as-
IP Add: 192.168.1.11 (Say)
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
ITI-DNA-A211-I-Modem-6

Section II:

Step 1: Open Internet Explorer or other browser, and put 192.168.1.1 in address bar of browser and hit enter. One window of modem configuration will open, put the user name and password as-
User Name: admin
Password: admin

NSN-Resident-Router-1600-login

After providing user name and password, you will come to the home page of modem. Click on WAN on left side, the following window appears:


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