About the USRobotics USB ADSL Modem

Modem Installation and Configuration for Windows 98 FE/98 SE/2000/Me

Configuring the TCP/IP Settings

Customizing USB ADSL Modem Settings

Control Panel Application >

Uninstall Modem Software



Product Specifications for USB ADSL Modem

Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformity


USB ADSL Modem User Guide

Control Panel Application

The USRobotics USB ADSL Modem control panel program provides a quick and easy way to configure and check the performance of both the modem and the ADSL connection. When open, the monitor window will periodically update.

NOTE: To access the modem Control Panel, the driver must be running. Also, make sure the USB cable is plugged into the modem.

Click Start, select Settings, and click Control Panel. Double-click USRobotics USB
ADSL Modem
, or just double-click the USRobotics icon in the system tray. If
the icon is illuminated red, you will not have access to the control panel. If the icon is
illuminated green, you will have access.


Physical Link Status Tab

The Physical Link Status tab of the USB ADSL Modem window (Control Panel) allows you to review the current state of the USB ADSL Modem and connection. When the green indicator is on in the Link Status field, it indicates that a connection has been made. This indicator blinks yellow while a connection is being established. The Transmitting and Receiving data activity are shown separately by individual flashing yellow indicators.

System Information Tab

The System Information tab displays the release number of the USRobotics USB ADSL modem driver, the firmware release number, and the control panel version that you are currently using.

Configuration Tab

CAUTION: Do not change the values unless instructed by your Internet Service Provider.

The Configuration tab offers driver appropriate Modulation, Encapsulation, and VPI and VCI values. If you are using a WAN or ATM driver, only the Modulation type will be displayed and may be modified. For LAN driver applications, you will be able to view and modify the Modulation type, Encapsulation type, and VPI and VCI values.