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Your quick start guide for Gigabit BroadbandStart here if you useGigabitBroadband2Using Fibre to connect –what’s in the boxHG659 routerEthernet cable (LAN)Fibre cable (WAN)Power supplyQuick start guideUser guideHealth and safetyinformationWiFi sticker3

Your quick start guide for Gigabit BroadbandYour quick start guide for Gigabit BroadbandModem overviewSetting up your modemYour modem connects your computer and other devices to the Internet.Status lights4123Label withWiFi name andpasswordDSL portWPS buttonWiFi on/offbuttonPower buttonTelephone portsLAN portsUSB portWAN portPower supplysocketReset button41Attach one end of RED WAN cable to the YELLOW port marked ‘LAN’on your ONT.2Connect the other end onto the RED WAN port on the modem.3Connect the power supply with the power supply socket (POWER) of theHG 659 and a power socket.4Press the power button (On/Off) on the side of the HG659 and wait forthe status lights.5

Your quick start guide for Gigabit BroadbandYour quick start guide for Gigabit BroadbandConnecting deviceswith your modemHG659 Dual Band WiFiThe HG659 modem has two wireless network options, 2.4GHz and 5GHz.This dual band WiFi gives an enhanced WiFi experience across devices offeringfaster speeds within shorter ranges.If connected to the 5GHz wireless network and you disconnect by going outof range, when the device reconnects to WiFi, it will be to the 2.4GHz network,you must manually switch to the 5GHz one.There may be a setting on your device which will set it to only connect to the5GHz/2.4GHz wireless network, but this will depend on the device.ABABYou may see the 2.4GHz network but not the 5GHz network on your device asnot all devices are compatible with the 5GHz network.The sticker on the back of the modem has the dual band wireless networksdetails on it.Connect devices using WiFi: 2.4 GHz SSIDConnect your device with the WiFi network of the modem. WiFi name andpassword are located on the product label on the rear of your modem aswell as the WiFi sticker. 5GHz SSID (same SSID with 5GHz at the end) Password (same for both networks)Connect devices using a cable (i.e. PC):Plug one end of the yellow ethernet cable (LAN) into any of the four yellowLAN ports on the back of your modem. Connect the other end to yourcomputer’s LAN port.67

Your quick start guide for Gigabit BroadbandStart here if you useSimplyBroadband8Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandUsing DSL to connect –what’s in the box?HG659 routerLAN cableDSL and Line cableSplitterPower supplyQuick start guideUser guideHealth and safetyinformationWiFi sticker9

Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandWhat type of master socketdo you have?Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandModem setupADepending on what kind of master socket you have, you may need to plug in abroadband splitter before plugging in your modem and phone.456132ABroadband splitter is requiredIf your master socket has only one port, then it is a standard socket and willneed a broadband splitter installed to work properly with your Vodafonemodem.BBroadband splitter is not required1Connect one end of the DSL cable to the grey DSL port on the modem2Connect the other end of the DSL cable to the port on the splitter markedwith this icon3Connect one end of the LINE cable to the port on the broadband splittermarked as LINE4Plug the other end of the LINE cable into your master socket on the wall5Connect the power supply into a main socket and the power cable into themodem power supply socket6Press the On/Off button on the side of the modem and wait for the Internetlight to turn to solid greenIf your master socket already has separate phone and data ports built in,then it’s a pre-filtered socket that doesn’t require a broadband splitter.1011

Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandModem setup34Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandConnecting deviceswith your modemB12AB1Connect one end of the DSL cable to the grey DSL port on the modem2Connect the other end of the DSL cable to the port on the broadbandsplitter socket marked with this icon3Connect the power supply into a main socket and the power cable into themodem power supply socket4Press the On/Off button on the side of the modem and wait for the Internetlight to turn to solid green12AConnect devices using WiFi:Connect your device with the WiFi network of the modem. WiFi name andpassword are located on the product label on the rear of your modem aswell as the WiFi sticker.BConnect devices using a cable (i.e. PC):Plug one end of the yellow ethernet cable (LAN) into any of the four yellowLAN ports on the back of your modem. Connect the other end to yourcomputer’s LAN port.13

Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandHG659 Dual Band WiFiThe HG659 modem has two wireless network options, 2.4GHz and 5GHz.This dual band WiFi gives an enhanced WiFi experience across devices offeringfaster speeds within shorter ranges.If connected to the 5GHz wireless network and you disconnect by going outof range, when the device reconnects to WiFi, it will be to the 2.4GHz network,you must manually switch to the 5GHz one.There may be a setting on your device which will set it to only connect to the5GHz/2.4GHz wireless network, but this will depend on the device.Your quick start guide for Simply BroadbandHow to get in touchVisit vodafone.ie/tobi to chat to our Virtual Assistant, TOBIDiscover hints and tips for your broadband on our dedicatedsupport page vodafone.ie/supportCall us on 1907Manage your account by using our self-serve sitevodafone.ie/athomeselfcareYou may see the 2.4GHz network but not the 5GHz network on your device asnot all devices are compatible with the 5GHz network.The sticker on the back of the modem has the dual band wireless networksdetails on it. 2.4 GHz SSID 5GHz SSID (same SSID with 5GHz at the end) Password (same for both networks) Vodafone Group 2017. Vodafone and the Vodafone logos are trade marks of Vodafone Group.Any product or company names mentioned herein may be the trade marks of their respective owners.1415

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12 13 Your quick start guide for Simply Broadband Modem setup B 1 Connect one end of the DSL cable to the grey DSL port on the modem 2 Connect the other end of the DSL cable to the port on the broadband splitter socket marked with this icon 3 Connect the power supply into a main socket and the power cabl