Is Netgear D6200 Modem NBN Ready?
How Do You Connect Your Netgear D6200 Modem?
Using the ethernet cable, connect the Internet port at the back of your Netgear D6200 modem to your NBN Connection Box.
Connect any of the 4 LAN ports on your Netgear D6200 modem to your PC (optional).
Connect the Power port on your Netgear D6200 modem to your power socket.
Plug the nbn box into the power socket to power on.
To get connected via your Netgear modem, you'll need to log into your modem gateway.
Note: This can be done on most mobile devices, but we recommend doing these steps with your PC if you have one.
How Do You Log in To Your Netgear D6200 Modem?
To access your Netgear D6200 modem enter http://www.routerlogin.com in the address bar of a web browser.
If it does not work or has been changed, check your router's IP address. For instructions, click here.
Use admin for username field and password in the password field then click on Login.
How Do You Set Up Your Netgear D6200 Modem?
Once logged in, the BASIC Home page displays.
To specify the settings for a cable or fibre Internet connection:
1. Change the default WAN connection method:
Select ADVANCED > Setup > WAN Setup
Select Must use Ethernet WAN for the WAN preference
Your settings are saved and the modem router restarts
If you use a WiFi-enabled computer or mobile device to connect to the modem router,you might need to log in again.
2. Go to Basic tab and select Internet then set up the following:
Select the Yes radio button for Does your Internet connection require a login?
From the Encapsulation menu, select PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet).
Enter the username and password provided to you via email.
Click Apply to save the new settings.
Wait 3-5 minutes for the modem to go online, then test the service. Reboot modem if needed.
If you are still unable to connect, you may try the following:
Go to ADVANCED > Setup > WAN Setup.
Update the MTU size to 1492 and click Apply to save.
Note: The normal MTU value for most Ethernet networks is 1500 bytes, whilst for PPPoE connections is 1492 bytes. Change the MTU only if it is necessary.