TP-Link N600 VDSL/ADSL Modem/Router Set Up Guide (EWAN)

Here’s how to set up your TP-Link N600 VDSL/ADSL Modem/Router for NBN and Fixed Wireless on the Pentanet network. Let’s go!

(Note: if you connected to Fibre to the Node/Basement (FTTN/B) please click here

  1. Plug in the power adaptor and power on the device.

  2. Use the supplied ethernet cable to connect a computer to one of the yellow LAN ports. You can also connect wirelessly, however we recommend ethernet connection.

  3. Open a web browser and type into the address bar. Log in with the username admin and the password admin.

  4. Click Operation Mode and Select Wireless Router Mode and click Save. The router will reboot and you will need to log back into the device again once it has loaded, please follow steps 1-3 again then continue to Step 5.

  5. Click Network and then WAN Settings from the left menu.

  6. Click Add.

  7. Use the guide below to complete your settings:

    • DSL Modulation Type - select VDSL
    • PTM Configuration - VLAN ID fields are optional.
    • Your PPP Username and Password - this is your Pentanet authentication username and password, which you can find in your Pentanet welcome email. You can also find it in your customer portal if lost or forgotten.


  1. Click Save.

And that’s it!

You can now enjoy your superfast Pentanet internet connection to stream, browse, and game online.

Note: The TP-Link N600 has two Wi-Fi networks which broadcast on different frequencies - 2.4GHz and 5GHz. 5GHz can reach faster speeds, but doesn’t penetrate walls well. 2.4GHz travels farther, but often won’t be as fast. We recommend using the 5GHz network when you’re nearby the unit, or the 2.4GHz if you’re in a different room or further away.

Pssst… your customer portal awaits! Don’t forget to login to your customer portal to check your data usage, find your latest bills, grab your referral code to earn a gift card… and more!

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Published date: 06/04/2020
Last updated: 06/04/2021 (Warwick)
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