Configuring a VisionNet W205er-4
Wireless 4-Port ADSL Modem


Setting Up the PC   |   Logging into VisionNet   |   Setup   |   Save All Settings

Setting Up the PC

Before you can get into your new VisionNet W205er-4 wireless four port modem, you will need to have the computer's ethernet interface to be set up for DHCP, **OR** you will have to set up a static IP address.

Use the following address information if setting up a static IP in the computer's ethernet interface:



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Logging Into the VisionNet W205er-4

OK, now that you have your computer set up for DHCP or a static IP address, log in to the VisionNet W205er-4 wireless four port ADSL modem.

In order to login, open a web browser, (Internet Explorer works best for this), and in the address bar type in the following IP address:

After you input the IP address, press the "GO" button or press "ENTER" on your keyboard to access the page. If everything goes as anticipated, you will see a window prompting for username and password. (Above)

At this point in the process, input the username and the password as follows:

PASSWORD: visionnet

After inputting the username and password, simply press the "OK" button. You will be redirected to the default home page of the modem.

After logging into the VisionNet modem's home page, click the "1483 Bridged" link at the top left-hand side of the window to begin configuring your modem.

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To begin programming the VisionNet W205er-4 you need to change the DHCP Client. To do this, you need to click the "DHCP Client" dropdown menu and select "Disabled". After choosing disabled, the page will refresh and you should notice that there are more setup requirements now.

When configuring the modem on this page after changing the DHCP Client to disabled, there are only 3 locations left to modify. They are listed as followed:


Once you are done configuring what is necessary on the setup screen, you must apply those changes by simply pressing the "Apply" button at the bottom of the page.

After pressing "Apply", your changed will be modified in the VisionNet W205er-4 modem and the page will refresh with the information you have just entered. To begin the next step which is entering the DNS information, you must click the "DNS Configuration" link at the bottom of the page.

When you first arrive at the DNS page, there will be no entries under the DNS Server List section. You will need to add them. Start by typing in the first DNS entry in the New DNS server IP address field. After you have entered the correct DNS address, add it to the DNS Server List by pressing the "Add" button. You will notice that your first DNS entry will now show up under the DNS Server list.

Repeat the same procedure for the second DNS entry which is

After you have successfully entered the second DNS address, apply those changes to the modem. To apply the new DNS changes, click the "Submit" button located at the bottom of the page.

You are now done with the Setup and are ready for the next step; saving your new configuration.

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Saving All Settings

Now that you are all done configuring your modem to get on the Internet, save the changes to the internal memory so if you were to powercycle, your settings will not be lost. To begin saving the new settings, click the "Save Configuration" button on the bottom of the DNS Relay Configuration screen.

After the "Save Settings" page has loaded, all you need to do is click the "Save & Reboot" button in the middle right side of the page. Clicking this button will save your new configuration to the VisionNet W205er-4 ADSL modem's internal memory and then reboot it. So if you were to powercycle your modem after you have saved the configuration, the modem would reboot with your configuration instead of the default configuration.

Congratulations! You are now done configuring your VisionNet W205er-4 wireless four Port ADSL modem.

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