- If necessary, first prepare the splitter and the Proximus connection socket.
- In most cases, there is already a Proximus connection socket on your premises and you don't have to do anything.
- If there is no Proximus connection socket on your premises, prepare your wall socket by plugging a Proximus splitter into it. There are two options: either you have a single 5-pin socket (view manual in French or in Dutch) or you have several 5- or 6-pin sockets (view manual in French or in Dutch). In case of doubt, choose the second option.
- Do you have a fixed line? Plug the telephone cord into the Phone1 or Phone2 port of the modem.
- Plug the modem into the Proximus splitter.
For this, plug the black cable into the ADSL port of the modem.
- Plug the modem into an electric socket and switch it on.
The PWR LED light will go on. If it doesn’t, check that the switch at the back of the modem is in the On position.
- Your modem will be automatically configured and updated. This takes max. 2 minutes.
The ADSL LED light will blink and, once the modem is ready, will remain lit.
- Do you have Proximus TV?
Once the ADSL LED light is on, you can connect the television.
- Do you have a Wi-Fi Bridge? See how to install your Wi-Fi Bridge.
- Do you have a Devolo? See how to install your Devolo.
- Do you have a Ruckus? See how to install your Ruckus.
- Don't have a Wi-Fi Bridge, Devolo or Ruckus? Follow the three steps below and, for more information, see how to install Proximus TV.
- Connect the decoder to the modem by plugging the grey cable into the LAN3 or LAN4 port of the modem.
- Then connect the decoder to the television with an HDMI cable (for HDTV quality) or a Scart cable (for SDTV quality).
- Finally, plug the decoder into an electric socket and switch it on.
- Do you have Internet access?
Once the ADSL LED light is on, your Internet connection is ready for use. Connect to your Wi-Fi network (when the WL LED light is on) or connect the computer directly to the modem. For this, plug the grey cable into the Ethernet port of your computer and into the LAN1 or LAN2 port of the modem.
Your fixed line, television or Internet connection are now ready for use.