Bridging Guide

Siemens Gigaset SE567

 

Standard Version


Login Information

Gateway - 192.168.254.254

Username - admin

Password – admin


 

Bridging Guide

 

  1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
  2. Open a web browser.
  3. Enter http://192.168.254.254 into the address bar. (Or click the link) When prompted, enter in “admin” for the username and “admin” or “wirelessdsl” for the password.
  4. Click on ‘ISP Connection.’
  5. Click ‘Advanced Settings’, then click ‘Configure the ATM Virtual Circuit.’
  6. Click ‘Add a New VC.’
  7. Set the VPI to 0 and the VCI to 35 (These could be different, check with the previously used VC to confirm). Click ‘Next.’
  8. Select ‘RFC-2684 Bridged’ and Click Next.
  9. Enter a name for the connection (or just leave the default) and click Next then click Finish.
  10. Delete all of the VCs except the one you just created. (you can always restore defaults)
  11. Make sure the new VC is Enabled and Reboot the modem.

 


Telus Version


Login Information

Gateway - 192.168.1.254

Username - admin

Password – telus


 

Bridging Guide

 

  1. First reset your SE567 to its factory settings. Hold the reset button on the bottom in until the power light starts alternating green and red.
  2. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
  3. Open a web browser.
  4. Enter http://192.168.1.254 into the address bar. (Or click the link) When prompted enter the “admin” for the username and “telus” for the password if the gateway asks.
  5. Go through the Setup Wizard (or manually, your choice) and configure your security and any other settings the way you want them. When you are done you will be asked to reboot.
  6. Go to the above URL and log in once again.
  7. Go to the following URL to turn on bridge mode: »192.168.1.254/brgmode.htm This URL is not anywhere in the settings, you will have to go there manually. You will be asked to reboot the SE567 once again.
  8. After rebooting, unplug your computer from port 1 and plug your WAN connection into port 4. You should now be able to access the SE567 with your laptop and the security settings you applied to it.
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 7 Applies to: