Procedure STEP-BY-STEP

  1. Open your browser and enter in your address bar
  2. Enter the username and password of your router. By default it will be Username: “admin” and Password: (leave as blank) or if you have changed this, please enter the new username and password
  3. Click on “WAN” on the left side menu then click on “Multi-PVCs”
  4. Enable Channel 3
  5. In the VPI field type in “0
  6. In the VCI field type in “35
  7. Select the QoS Type to “UBR
  8. Select the Protocol to “MPoA
  9. Select the Encapsulation to “1483 Bridged IP LLC

Click “Ok” to save the configuration

  1. Select “Port-based Bridge” page
  2. Enable Channel 3
  3. Tick P2~P4. Enable the port (P2, P3 or P4) only if the PC is going to connect TPG IPTV
  4. In Service Type, select “IGMP
  5. Click “OK

  1. Click on “Applications” on the left side menu then click on “IGMP
  2. 17. Tick the “Enable IGMP Proxy
  3. 18. Click “OK” to save the configuration


Plug in your PC to access IPTV on port 2, 3 or 4 (depends on what port you configure it), you should be able to see a “v”.

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When both WAN ports are used and are connected to different service providers’ e.g. WAN1 connected to TPG via ADSL and WAN2 connected to OPTUS there may be a problem receiving IPTV. To resolve this WAN Load-Balance Policy will need to be configured to force IPTV video stream through the required WAN port. In our case it is WAN1. See the example below for a sample configuration.


Configuration of Load-Balance Policy when Both WAN ports used but only WAN1 (ADSL) is connected to TPG.