Configuring the Optus Supplied Dlink DSL-302G with Netgear Router WGR614

Step 1:



  • Connect your computer to the Dlink DSL-302G Optus supplied modem as per Optus documentation

  • Open a browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape)

  • Type in 10.1.1.1 on the address bar

  • Click on the Advance Network Setup menu (left side) and select the Enable NAT option

  • Click OK to save

Step 2: Connecting to Your Netgear Router WGR614



  • Turn off your Dlink DSL-302G modem and computer

  • Connect your Dlink DSL-302G modem to the Netgear router. Using the Ethernet cable supplied with your Netgear router, connect one end into the ethernet port on your computer and the other end into the ethernet port of the Netgear router. (so now you have Ethernet cable going out from DSL-302G and going into your Netgear Router. Also a cable going out from Router to your computer.
  • Turn on the power to your Dlink DSL-302G modem and wait until the lights are lit.
  • Turn on the power to your Netgear router until the light and light are lit up and no longer flashing. There will be a light on the modem/router indicating which port you are connected to 1, 2, 3 or 4. Once the device is turned on you are ready to configure the device.
  • Turn on your computer

Step 3: Configuring your Netgear router



  • Start your web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Netscape)

  • Type in the URL 192.168.0.1 (depending on your router) and press enter
  • Login to the router (username=admin and password=password unless you have changed it)

  • Select Basic Settings on the left hand side menu

  • Configure the Basic Settings page with the following settings:


    • Does Your Internet Require a Login? No (Select No here)

    • Internet IP Address [Section] (Select Use Static IP Address)

    • IP Address 10.1.1.15 (Type this in the boxes)

    • IP Subnet Mask 255.0.0.0 (Type this in the boxes)

    • Gateway IP Address 10.1.1.1 (Type this in the boxes)

    • Domain Name Server Section [Section]

    • Primary DNS 203.2.75.132 (Type this in the boxes)

    • Secondary DNS 198.142.0.51 (Type this in the boxes)

    • Router MAC address [Section]

    • Click to Use Default address


  • Click APPLY at the end

Congratulations! You will be able to browse the Internet now!

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