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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:


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: (Say)
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:

Section II:

Step 1: Open Internet Explorer or other browser, and put 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


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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