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Hi, I have just changed over the Optusnet ADSL 2, and the internet connection drops out and then MSI blue box pops up with what device are you trying to connect and the line out is highlighted, why is this happening? how do I stop it from popping up?

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1. Make sure the connections are correct. Connect the computer to the LAN port and the ADSL line to the port assigned for that behind the device.
2. Launch an Internet browser and access http://10.0.0.2 and press enter. If a dialog box appears, set the user name as admin and password as zoomadsl and press enter.
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