Change settings to ADSL using the Migration Wizard

You may need to use the Migration Wizard to update settings if:

  • You're moving house and your new line doesn't support Fibre Broadband
  • You're checking settings and they don't appear to be correct
  • You've been fiddling, and want to reset your broadband settings (but not all your router settings)

The steps below show you how.

Log in to your router's admin pages

From a computer connected to your Bright Box 2:

  1. Go to 192.168.1.1 (opens in a new tab or window)



  2. The router's login screen will open



  3. Enter the username and password for the admin pages
    - The username is admin (all lower case)
    - The password can be found on a sticker on the bottom of your router



  4. Select LOGIN



  5. The STATUS page will open



  6. Select BASIC from the menu



  7. Open the Migration Wizard



  8. Select the Broadband type ADSL
  9. Click APPLY



  10. Click OK 



  11. Your new settings will be applied - you'll be asked to wait until your router has restarted


 

Check your broadband status

  1. When your router has restarted, you'll be redirected to the LOGIN SCREEN



  2. Enter your router's Username and Password
  3. Click LOGIN
  4. The STATUS page will open
  5. After a few minutes, your Broadband Username will be updated from readytoconnect@fs to your account username
  6. The Broadband Status and Internet Status will display as Connected


This can take up to 5 minutes - if you're still not connected, see our Bright Box 2 connection guide.

Last updated: 8/2/2019
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