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Manage the Modem Router and Monitor the Traffic
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AC1600 WiFi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router Model D6400
GUI Language Version The version of the modem router firmware. If you upgrade the firmware on
modem router, the version changes.
LAN Port
The settings of the LAN port. For information about how to configure the LAN settings, see Manage the
Modem Router’s LAN IP Address Settings on page 203 and Disable the Built-In DHCP Server on page 211.
MAC Address The Media Access Control (MAC) address. This address is the unique physical
address that is assigned to the Ethernet LAN port.
IP Address The IP address that the Ethernet LAN port uses. The default IP address is
192.168.0.1.
DHCP Displays whether the DHCP server of the modem router is enabled for devices
that are attached to the LAN.
Internet Port
The settings of Internet port. The Internet connection can run through the DSL port with ADSL or VDSL
service or through the WAN Ethernet port with cable or fiber service. For information about how to configure
the Internet settings, see one of the following sections:
Set Up Your Modem Router for DSL Service on page 21
Set Up Your Modem Router for Cable or Fiber Service on page 29
Manually Set Up an ADSL Internet Connection on page 47
Manually Set Up a VDSL Internet Connection on page 57
Manually Set Up a Cable of Fiber Internet Connection on page 66
MAC Address The Media Access Control (MAC) address. This address is the unique physical
address that is assigned to the Internet port.
IP Address The IP address that the Internet port uses. If this field does not display an
address or displays 0.0.0.0 as the address, the modem router is not connected
to the Internet.
Connection The type of Internet connection, which can be a PPPoE connection, PPPoA
connection, fixed IP address connection, or DHCP connection.
IP Subnet Mask The IP subnet mask that the Internet port uses.
Domain Name Server The IP address of the Domain Name System (DNS) server that the Internet
uses.
Wireless Settings (2.4GHz)
The settings of the WiFi port for the 2.4 GHz band of the main network. For information about how to
configure the settings of the main network, see Manage the Basic WiFi Settings and WiFi Security of the
Main Network on page 93, Control the WiFi Radios on page 110, and Manage Advanced WiFi Features on
page 115.
Name (SSID) The WiFi network name for the 2.4 GHz band of the main network.
Region The location (country).
Channel The channel that the 2.4 GHz band of the main network uses.
Mode The WiFi mode in which the 2.4 GHz band operates for both the main network
and the guest network.
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