USR9003 SureConnect ADSL Ethernet/USB Router

9003

FAQs
  • Connecting to the Router's Configuration Utility.
  • Accessing the Internet.
  • Assigned IP Address.
  • Locating the Network Icon.
  • Ping Procedure.

  • Manuals and other Documents

    Application Notes
    • Setup Steps Remote Management (DOC)
      Note: Configuring the modem for Remote Access can expose your network to hackers and should be used with caution or at the advisement of your ISP.
    • NAT Bypass Setup (DOC)
      Note: Use these steps to a configure a private addresses (RFC1918) on Ethernet 1 with NAT and a public addresses on Ethernet 2 without NAT.

    USR9003 Installation and USB Drivers
    Windows 98, Me, XP, and 2000 USB drivers

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    This zip file contains the USB drivers for the USR9003 Ethernet/USB ADSL Modem. Follow these steps to install the drivers:
    1. Download the 9003-install.zip file to a temporary location on your computerís hard disk drive such as C:\temp.
    2. Double-click the autoswitch.exe file extracted in the temporary directory and follow the on-screen prompts.
    9003-install.zip18.1 MB 01-16-03
    Firmware Upgrade version 20030403 43E2EA9E - Annex A only (ADSL over Analog)

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    Follow the directions below to perform the upgrade.

    1. Extract the zip file to a temporary directory such as C:\USR.
    2. Verify that your modem is connected to your computer through an Ethernet or USB cable and make sure your modem is powered on.
    3. Your computer should already have an IP address in the 192.168.1.x network. If it does not, configure your computer with a static IP address of 192.168.1.10, subnet of 255.255.255.0, and Gateway of 192.168.1.1.
    4. Note: For more information on IP addresses, refer to the User Guide at the top of this page.

    5. Perform a ping procedure. Open a DOS window (for Windows 98 and ME users, select Start, Run, enter Command, and click OK; for Windows NT, 2000, and NT users, select Start, Run, enter cmd, and click OK) and enter ping 192.168.1.1. If successful, proceed to Step 5. If not, refer to the "Troubleshooting" section of the User Guide at the top of this page.
    6. From the DOS Window, change directories to the temporary directory where you extracted the zip file and type, cd C:\USR (or the temporary location where you originally extracted the zip file).
    7. Type FTP 192.168.1.1.
    8. You will be asked to log on. To do so, type root in the Username field and press ENTER. Type 12345 in the Password field and press ENTER.
    9. Type bin and press ENTER.
    10. Type hash and press ENTER.
    11. Type lcd and press ENTER to confirm your local directory.
    12. Type put application.bin app, press ENTER, and wait until the file transfer is complete.
    13. Type bye and press ENTER to exit the FTP session.
    14. Restart the modem. To do so, press the power button labelled O/I twice.
    Release_Notes.txt464 bytes06-20-03
    USR9003_20030403_43E2EA9E.zip1.06 MB06-20-03
    Firmware Upgrade version 20030403 40E4BE17 - Annex B only (ADSL over ISDN)

    Note:This firmware should only be used if you are having connectivity problems with your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
    Note: In order to prevent your browser from trying to open these files, right-click the file and select Save Target As... to download.

    Follow the directions below to perform the upgrade.

    1. Extract the zip file to a temporary directory such as C:\USR.
    2. Verify that your modem is connected to your computer through an Ethernet or USB cable and make sure your modem is powered on.
    3. Your computer should already have an IP address in the 192.168.1.x network. If it does not, configure your computer with a static IP address of 192.168.1.10, subnet of 255.255.255.0, and Gateway of 192.168.1.1.
    4. Note: For more information on IP addresses, refer to the User Guide at the top of this page.

    5. Perform a ping procedure. Open a DOS window (for Windows 98 and ME users, select Start, Run, enter Command, and click OK; for Windows NT, 2000, and NT users, select Start, Run, enter cmd, and click OK) and enter ping 192.168.1.1. If successful, proceed to Step 5. If not, refer to the "Troubleshooting" section of the User Guide at the top of this page.
    6. From the DOS Window, change directories to the temporary directory where you extracted the zip file and type, cd C:\USR (or the temporary location where you originally extracted the zip file).
    7. Type FTP 192.168.1.1.
    8. You will be asked to log on. To do so, type root in the Username field and press ENTER. Type 12345 in the Password field and press ENTER.
    9. Type bin and press ENTER.
    10. Type hash and press ENTER.
    11. Type lcd and press ENTER to confirm your local directory.
    12. Type put application.bin app, press ENTER, and wait until the file transfer is complete.
    13. Type bye and press ENTER to exit the FTP session.
    14. Restart the modem. To do so, press the power button labelled O/I twice.
    Release_Notes_B.txt1.49 KB04-03-03
    USR9003_20030403_4OE4BE17.zip1.06 MB04-03-03

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