Setting up an iiNet Belkin router
This article will help you set up your iiNet Belkin router if the setup CD it came with has been lost or doesn't work. The instructions should work for both the F1PI242EGau and F1PI242ENau models.
- Before getting started, make sure your modem is plugged in and turned on.
- On a computer that's connected to your Belkin via Ethernet cable, open your web browser and go to http://10.1.1.1/
- Log in with the default password "admin". If you have changed your password from the default, use your custom password instead.
This will bring you to the Setup Wizard page as shown below:
Underneath ADSL Parameter Setting, enter the following details:
Username: Your full iiNet username (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
Password: Your iiNet password
Click Save Settings.
Your modem will restart after committing the settings to the modem's memory. Please allow 1-5 minutes for this to complete.
If successful, the "ADSL" and "Online" lights will illuminate. If not, please make sure your details were entered correctly (e.g. correct capitalisation). If the issue persists, you may need to troubleshoot your phone line or internet service.
If you have a VoIP account (and we hope you do), there's some extra information you'll need to put in.
- Once the modem has restarted, go back to http://10.1.1.1/ and log in again as before.
- Scroll down to VoIP Parameter Settings.
- Put a tick into the box labelled "VoIP Account 1". This will make a few extra boxes appear. Enter the following details:
VoIP phone number: Your VoIP phone number as supplied by iiNet, without spaces or brackets or dashes
VoIP password: As supplied by iiNet. Your VoIP and broadband passwords are different.
State: Select which state or territory you live in from the dropdown menu
- Click Save Settings. This will restart the modem after committing the settings to the modem's flash memory.
- If everything's been successful, the "ADSL", "Online" and "VoIP" lights will be lit and solid after a few minutes at the most, and you'll be able to take and make calls on VoIP as well as browse the Internet.