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Configure a CBRAS connection on your modem
Before changing these settings chat with tech support to make sure this setup will work in your area.
Do not change the settings below unless instructed by a certified CenturyLink technician.
Modem Advanced Step 1-3
1. Connect a device, such as a computer or tablet, directly to your modem using the Ethernet cable (usually yellow).
3. Log in to your modem's settings (Modem GUI) using the Administrator Username and Password, then select "Apply." Unless you have changed the default settings, you can find the login information on the modem's sticker.
Select "Auto Select" for the ISP Protocol. Select "Apply".
Select "LAN Subnets".
Enter the name for the "LAN subnet" you want to create. Note: The LAN subnet name cannot contain spaces.
Select the interface(s) you want to associate with the subnet you are adding. Most users will want to select Ethernet 1, Ethernet 2, Ethernet 3, Ethernet 4.
Select "Enable" next to:
IPv4 Addressing State
Modem IPv4 Admin Access
Enter the "Network Address", "Subnet Mask" and "Gateway Address" that was provided to you when you leased your IP address.
ZyXEL USERS: If you have a ZyXEL modem, it may incorrectly pre-populate the gateway address. Click in the Gateway Address field, and enter the Gateway address provided when you leased your Static IP address(es). If you need help locating this information chat with tech support.