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Hooked up dlink to my dsl modem and hooked up the router. Since installing the router I have been having a problem with telephone incoming calls am getting a shrill loud noise and cant receive incoming calls.. called the phone company they suggested getting in touch with you guys to see if we have to change channels or what.. Please help!

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With DSL the signal comes in through phone lines and using a DA converter. The router is nothing but a slitter.One input and many or 1 or 2 out puts. You should not use a router when a Phone is involved. Remove the phone from the router and plug it into the wall outlet whith the DA converter on it. I have this same set-up here. I know exactly what you are saying here!!!!

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If your DSL (Modem/Router) was provided by ISP or your telephone company you need to contact them for the default username and password.

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To configure the modem You will need to use the cd provided.
ftp://files.dlink.com.au/products/DSL-504T-GenII/QuickInstallGuide/DSL-504T_C3_QIG_v2.00.pdf

Or to configure without the cd follow the steps below:
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  7. Password: admin
  8. Use the quick setup wizard.
  9. It will be more easy for you to configure it.
  10. Be sure to have the username and password from the ISP for the internet access, you may need to reconfigure it from start. or if you may need to reset the modem
  11. At times to access your modem you will need to set the ip of your network card to the same range.
  12. To set the ip go in control panel then open network connection
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I am enclosing a manual for you.
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Do this setup.

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A couple of questions pls:
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  3. what is the brand of your modem?
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  5. what is your machine, a laptop or desktop?
  6. what is your operating system?
  7. who installed the system?
  8. who is your ISP and what is your subscription/package (speed of connection)?
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Hello JAZZYBELINDA,

I read your post and wanted to know if you are able to access the internet if you connect the modem directly to one of your computers. I would like to make sure that we do not have a problem with the network. What errors are you seeing and what lights do you see on the modem and router? Please send your phone number via email or private message and I will review the network for you. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to help you.

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