1. Make sure your computer is turned on, and both it and the Westell 6100 modem have their power cords plugged in.

Use a regular Ethernet cable to connect the Ethernet port on your computer with the multiple computer port on the Westell.

2. Double check your computer’s TCP/IP settings for it’s Ethernet port. Make sure that it is set to Obtain IP address Automatically (using DHCP).

3. Open your web browser (Firefox, Safari, Netscape, Opera, Internet Explorer, etc) and type 192.168.1.1 in the address/URL bar at the top. This should take you to the following screen:

Edge of Communication Networks Westell Technologies, Inc., headquartered in Aurora, Illinois, is a leading provider of high-performance network infrastructure solutions focused on innovation and differentiation at the edge of communication networks where end users connect. Windows device driver information for Westell 802.11b PC Card Westell 802.11b PC Card provides networking solutions for mobile and laptops by providing high speeds of up to 54 Mbps using the established IEEE 803.11g/b protocol. This document describes the Westell 522‐10I3 DS3 Network Interface Unit, shown in Figure 1. See Table 8 for information concerning other models in the same product family. ‐ NOTE ‐ Hereafter, the 522‐10I3 DS3 Network Interface Unit will be referred to as the “522‐10I3”. 1.2 Document Status.

4. Put in the username “admin” and the password “password” (without the quotes). If “password” doesn’t work, try “westell”

5. If you do not see the screen above at all, first check your cables to make sure you have a solid ethernet light (any one of the four ethernet ports) on the Westell modem, then reboot your computer and try accessing the Westell modem again.

6. You should now be at the Detect WAN Configuration Status screen of the Westell Modem. If you do not have your phone line connected to the modem or their is no DSL signal on the phone line, you can click Cancel to continue with the configuration.

7. Click OK to continue with the modem configuration when you see this window:

8. You will now see this screen for a few moments as the modem resets itself:

9. After the modem resets, it will automatically go to this screen where you will need to click on the Main icon at the top:

10. On this screen, put in a username as well as a new password that you will use in the future to log into the modem, then click the Apply button.

11. Click OK on the confirmation window:

12. You will now click the My Network icon at the top of this screen:

13. Click the Network Connections link in the left column.

14. Click the Broadband Connection (DSL) link in the center of this screen:

15. You will prompted to login, use the new username/password you setup on step 8 and click OK.

Network

16. Click the Advanced button at the bottom.

17. Click the Edit icon to the right of the Enabled VC with VPI of “0” and VCI of “35”.

18. Change the Protocol to “Bridge”.

19. Ensure the Bridge mode is set to “Routed Bridge”.

Westell Network & Wireless Cards Drivers

Westell network & wireless cards drivers

20. Select “Use the following static addresses and enter info. Click the “Apply” button.

Westell Network & Wireless Cards Drivers

21. You are done configuring your Westell 6100 modem for Routed Bridging mode.

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Westell Technologies, Inc.
TypePublic
OTC Pink: WSTL
IndustryCommunication Equipment
FoundedOctober 1980
HeadquartersAurora, Illinois, United States
Key people
Timothy Duitsman, President and CEO
ProductsIn-building wireless, intelligent site management, Communication Network Solutions[buzzword]
RevenueUS$29.96 million (2020)[1]
Westell Network & Wireless Cards Driver

Westell Technologies, Inc. is an Aurora, Illinois company that provides telecommunications equipment for in-building wireless, intelligent site management, cell site optimization, and outside plant solutions.[buzzword] Westell was the last company to manufacture DSL modems in the United States; however, on May 21, 2007, Westell announced plans to outsource manufacturing.[2][citation needed]

A Westell 6100 DSL modem

History[edit]

Westell was founded in October 1980 in Willowbrook, Illinois, and initially produced electronic equipment used for signaling and transmission on telephone lines leased to private customers. Clinton Penny, who had previously founded Wescom Switching, founded Westell.[3]Beginning in 1992, Westell began developing ADSL products. By the time of its initial public offering (IPO) in 1995, Westell was a prominent DSLAM manufacturer. The company moved out of this business in the wake of the stock market downturn of 2002, and then focused primarily on manufacturing cell site optimization equipment, Ethernet connectivity products, intelligent site management and a series of outdoor enclosure and cabinets.

References[edit]

  1. ^https://www.dnb.com/business-directory/company-profiles.westell_technologies_inc.69a30c14aeaf9757cb93d4cae66d38c2.html.Missing or empty title= (help)
  2. ^https://www.westell.com/news-media/press-releases/detail/121/westell-technologies-reports-1st-quarter-fiscal-2008-results
  3. ^Meg McSherry Breslin (January 5, 1998). 'Clinton Penny, Former President Of Wescom Inc'. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved July 15, 2013.
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