Updating speedstream dsl ethernet modem
I did the most important communications that I’d been in a hurry to do, then got to thinking about restoring my wireless setup.
A little searching online reminded me that I had to change the PPP Location setting to On Computer, instead of the default On Modem.
I really needed it tonight, and fortunately, I had told the support tech that I would take the modem back to the store in the morning, rather than have him replace it (because I didn’t want to wait for them to ship a new modem).
I thought I would try resetting it one more time, and this time I held the button for 30 seconds (remembering that trick from past modems).
Usually restarting the modem fixes the issue when that happens occasionally.
But it’s been awhile since I set up the modem, so I wasn’t thinking about this…
I run a Motorola 3360 DSL modem with an Apple Airport Express base station.
In addition to the modem, you will need its power cord, an ethernet cable, and a phone cable.
If you bought your Speedstream modem from Cruzio, it should already be pre-configured to work with Cruzio DSL, and you should not need these instructions.