AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 - router specifications. Настройка роутера fritz box 7170

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AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 routers specifications

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General characteristics AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170

Type of connection:


Device type:

ADSL access point

Built-in support for 3G (UMTS):


Built-in support for WiMAX:


Built-in support for LTE:


Built-in support for LTE Advanced:


ADSL2+:Recent advances in broadband technology have resulted in the emergence of a new DSL standard, the ADSL2+. This new technology is designed to offer almost three times the downstream rate offered by the current ADSL technology, accompanied by a substantially increased upstream rate, at the same time providing backward compatibility with existing Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). In this article, we present a comparative evaluation of the ADSL2+ against its predecessor technology. The evaluation of these two alternatives is based on their respective performance at the physical layer, according to increasing subscriber loop length. The measured bit rates and corresponding SNR levels determine the actual capabilities of this new technology.


WiFi Technology:Wi-Fi is the name of a popular wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide wireless high-speed Internet and network connections. A common misconception is that the term Wi-Fi is short for "wireless fidelity," however this is not the case. Wi-Fi is simply a trademarked phrase that means IEEE 802.11x.


Work in two bands simultaneously:


Max. the wireless connection speed:

125 Mbit/s

Number of USB 2.0 Type A:


MIMO:Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) This is an antenna technology which uses multiple channels in radios to provide the functions of both the transmitter and receiver of data signals sent over the network as shown in the figure 3. It provides high spectral efficiency and link reliability facilitating significant increase in the data throughput and radio link usage without additional bandwidth and transmission power. This high efficiency is due to the availability of an independent path in a rich scattering environment for each transmitter and receiver antennas in the radio.


Support IEEE 802.1q (VLAN):


Support IPv6:IPv6 is short for "Internet Protocol Version 6". IPv6 is the Internet next-generation protocol, designed to replace the current Internet Protocol, IP Version 4. IPv6 is a standard developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force, an organization that develops Internet technologies. The IETF, anticipating the need for more IP addresses, created IPv6 to accommodate the growing number of users and devices accessing the Internet.




Options access point / bridge AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170



File server:




UPnP AV-server:The ability of the network device as a UPnP AV media server. UPnP AV (Universal Plug and Play Audio and Video) - standard, which describes the interaction of network devices for transmission and multimediynyim data management (music, movies, photos). It allows you to organize the transfer of audio and video streams, photos from the connected access point storage device to the TV or stereo system using a wireless connection. For the multimedia data requires UPnP AV-Client. It can be configured as a separate device or may be integrated into a television or stereo system. Using the access point as a wireless media server can help you get rid of connecting cables, centrally store music and movies in one place.


Number of Ethernet Ports:


Guest network:


Bridge mode:


Repeater mode:


Download file:


Connect web-camera:



VPN (VPN pass through):


VPN-tunnels (VPN Endpoint):



Built-in VoIP-adapter:


Number of ports FXS:


Port Lifeline:


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Built-in firewall:


NAT:Network address translation (NAT) is a methodology of remapping one IP address space into another by modifying network address information in Internet Protocol (IP) datagram packet headers while they are in transit across a traffic routing device. The technique was originally used for ease of rerouting traffic in IP networks without renumbering every host. It has become a popular and essential tool in conserving global address space allocations in face of IPv4 address exhaustion by sharing one Internet-routable IP address of a NAT gateway for an entire private network.


SPI:A router will also provide NAT, which will stop any packets not explicitely requested by the SPI mechanism (again, only based on IP and port) so any inbound "attacks" (scans) are stopped dead at the gateway. But it wont stop incorrect/malformed requested packets, you would need a real SPI (header inspection) to filter them. While these do not pose a real threat, it is up to you to decide whether you want them or not.


WDS:A wireless distribution system (WDS) is a system enabling the wireless interconnection of access points in an IEEE 802.11 network. It allows a wireless network to be expanded using multiple access points without the traditional requirement for a wired backbone to link them. The notable advantage of WDS over other solutions is that it preserves the MAC addresses of client frames across links between access points.


DHCP-server:Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a client/server protocol that automatically provides an Internet Protocol (IP) host with its IP address and other related configuration information such as the subnet mask and default gateway. RFCs 2131 and 2132 define DHCP as an Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard based on Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP), a protocol with which DHCP shares many implementation details. DHCP allows hosts to obtain necessary TCP/IP configuration information from a DHCP server.


Dynamic DNS:Dynamic DNS service is used to keep a domain name pointing to the same computer or server connected to the internet despite the fact that the address (IP address) of the computer keeps changing. This service is useful to anyone who wants to operate a server (web server, mail server, ftp server, irc server etc) connected to the Internet with a dynamic IP or to someone who wants to connect to an office computer or server from a remote location with software such as pcAnywhere.


Demilitarized zone (DMZ):In computer networks, a DMZ (demilitarized zone) is a physical or logical sub-network that separates an internal local area network (LAN) from other untrusted networks, usually the Internet. External-facing servers, resources and services are located in the DMZ so they are accessible from the Internet but the rest of the internal LAN remains unreachable. This provides an additional layer of security to the LAN as it restricts the ability of hackers to directly access internal servers and data via the Internet.


Static routing:


Dynamic Routing Protocols AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170

IGMP v1:


IGMP v2:


RIP v1:


RIP v2:


Monitoring and Configuring AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170

Console port:


Web-based interface:


Telnet:Telnet is a typical terminal emulation package. This is a program that runs on your PC (microcomputer) that packages commands to run on the mainframe. Results generated by the mainframe are packaged, sent to your terminal, and interpreted by your terminal emulator for display. During a typical lab session, you will always have telnet running.


SNMP:This chapter is about monitoring devices with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). It describes how SNMP can be used to retrieve information from remote systems, to monitor systems, and to alert you to problems. While other network management protocols exist, SNMP is currently the most commonly used.


External antenna AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170



Reception / Transmission AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170

Data encryption AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170

WEP:Wireless security is the prevention of unauthorized access or damage to computers using wireless networks. The most common types of wireless security are Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). WEP is a notoriously weak security standard.


WPA:This is an encrypted network, and should be your first choice of networks. Your device must be able to support WPA2 encryption.






Additional information AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170

Power over Ethernet:


Outdoor Installation:


Connectivity of 3G-modem:


Connectivity WiMAX-modem:


Ability to connect LTE-modem:


Dimensions AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170


140 mm


185 mm


35 mm

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AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 Specs

AVM FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7170 - wireless router - DSL - 802.11b/g - desktop

Part Number: 20002361


  • Encryption Algorithm

    128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP, TKIP, WPA, WPA2, WPA-PSK

  • Manufacturer

    AVM Technology Inc.



  • Form Factor


  • Type

    wireless router

  • Connectivity Technology

    wireless, Wired

  • Data Link Protocol

    IEEE 802.11g++, IEEE 802.11b, Fast Ethernet

  • Features

    Wireless Distribution System (WDS) support, Firewall protection, Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), DHCP support, NAT support

  • Compliant Standards

    IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b

  • Wireless Protocol


  • Data Transfer Rate

    125 Mbps

  • WAN Ports Qty


Power Device

Interface Provided

  • Type

    modem, network, phone line

  • Interface

    DSL, Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX

  • Qty

    1, 4, 3

  • Connector Type

    RJ-45, RJ-12

  • WAN / DMZ


  • Type

    WAN, phone line



  • Encryption Algorithm

    WPA, WPA-PSK, 128-bit WEP, TKIP, 64-bit WEP


  • Type

    DSL modem

  • Digital Signaling Protocol


  • Protocols & Specifications

    ITU G.994.1 (G.hs), ITU G.992.5, ITU G.992.1 (G.DMT) Annex B

  • Data Compression Protocol

    G.726, G.711

  • Analog Ports Qty


  • Digital Ports Qty


  • Analog Ports Qty


  • Digital Ports Qty


IP Telephony

  • VoIP Protocols


  • Voice Codecs

    G.711, G.726

  • VoIP Functionality

    VoIP phone adapter

  • VoIP


Software / System Requirements

  • Peripheral / Interface Devices


  • System Requirements Details

    Pentium II - 300 MHz - RAM 32 MB - HD 20 MB

System Requirements


  • Brand


  • Product Line


  • Model

    Fon WLAN 7170

  • Packaged Quantity


  • Compatibility

    Mac, PC

Dimensions & Weight

  • Width

    7.3 in

  • Depth

    5.5 in

  • Height

    1.4 in

Included accessories

Cable Details


Expansion Slots

Slot Required

System Requirements Details

  • Processor Type

    Pentium II

  • Processor Speed

    300 MHz MHz

  • Min RAM Size

    32 MB

  • Min Hard Drive Space

    20 MB


  • Manufacturer

    AVM Technology Inc.

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Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7170 - Linux gegevens

Linux version (1699) (gcc-Version 3.4.6) #1 Thu Jun 25 13:14:17 CEST 2009

memsize=32 MByte

flashsize=8 MByte

&_end=0x9423ee74 PFN_ALIGN(&_end)=0x9423f000 CPHYSADDR(PFN_ALIGN(&_end))=0x1423f000 memsize=0x2000000

CPU revision is: 00018448


Determined physical RAM map:

memory: 0023f000 @ 14000000 (reserved)

memory: 01dc1000 @ 1423f000 (usable)

On node 0 totalpages: 8192

[alloc_node_mem_map] reduce size from 2883616 Bytes to  262176 Bytes

[alloc_node_mem_map]: (org) sizeof(mem_map) = 262176 mem_map=0x94242000-0x94282020

[alloc_node_mem_map]: sizeof(mem_map) = 2883616 mem_map=0x93fc2000-0x94282020

zone=0 zone_size[j]=0x90112


  DMA zone: 8192 pages, LIFO batch:3

zone=1 zone_size[j]=0x0


  Normal zone: 0 pages, LIFO batch:1

zone=2 zone_size[j]=0x0


  HighMem zone: 0 pages, LIFO batch:1

Built 1 zonelists

Kernel command line:  console=ttyS0,38400n8r

[ld_mmu_r4xx0] memcpy((void *)(CAC_BASE   + 0x100), &except_vec2_generic, 0x30)

Primary instruction cache 16kB, physically tagged, 4-way, linesize 16 bytes.

Primary data cache 8kB, 4-way, linesize 16 bytes.

Synthesized TLB refill handler (20 instructions). Base=0x9420578c

TLB synthesizer field overflow (simm)

Synthesized TLB load handler fastpath (34 instructions) Base=0x94208620.

TLB synthesizer field overflow (simm)

Synthesized TLB store handler fastpath (34 instructions) Base=0x94208820.

TLB synthesizer field overflow (simm)

Synthesized TLB modify handler fastpath (33 instructions) Base=0x94208a20.

PID hash table entries: 256 (order: 8, 4096 bytes)

CPU frequency 211.97 MHz

Using 105.984 MHz high precision timer.

[setup_irq]: irq 255 irqaction->handler 0x940430c0 (no_action+0x0/0x8 )

[register_console] enable commandline console 0

Dentry cache hash table entries: 8192 (order: 3, 32768 bytes)

Inode-cache hash table entries: 4096 (order: 2, 16384 bytes)

Memory: 30092k/30468k available (1582k kernel code, 320k reserved, 377k data, 112k init, 0k highmem)

totalram_pages= 7537

Calibrating delay loop... 211.35 BogoMIPS (lpj=1056768)


Mount-cache hash table entries: 512

Checking for 'wait' instruction...  available.

Calling initcall 0x941f927c: helper_init+0x0/0x30()

Calling initcall 0x941f953c: ksysfs_init+0x0/0x3c()

Calling initcall 0x941fb460: filelock_init+0x0/0x48()

Calling initcall 0x941fbd80: init_script_binfmt+0x0/0xc()

Calling initcall 0x941fbd8c: init_elf_binfmt+0x0/0xc()

Calling initcall 0x94200b50: netlink_proto_init+0x0/0x2ac()

NET: Registered protocol family 16

Calling initcall 0x941fc614: kobject_uevent_init+0x0/0x50()

Calling initcall 0x941fc89c: tty_class_init+0x0/0x34()

Calling initcall 0x941f02c4: frame_info_init+0x0/0xb4()

Can't analyze prologue code at 9418a174

Calling initcall 0x941fb150: init_bio+0x0/0x17c()

Calling initcall 0x941fcf48: misc_init+0x0/0xc0()

Calling initcall 0x941fec5c: genhd_device_init+0x0/0x44()

Calling initcall 0x941ff110: init_mtd+0x0/0x48()

Calling initcall 0x941ffd20: input_init+0x0/0x1e0()

Calling initcall 0x94200258: proto_init+0x0/0x48()

Calling initcall 0x9420041c: net_dev_init+0x0/0x1dc()

Calling initcall 0x94200a48: pktsched_init+0x0/0xc8()

Calling initcall 0x94200b1c: tc_filter_init+0x0/0x34()

Calling initcall 0x941fb3b4: init_pipe_fs+0x0/0x6c()

Calling initcall 0x941fc72c: chr_dev_init+0x0/0xb4()

Calling initcall 0x941f88a4: create_proc_profile+0x0/0x64()

Calling initcall 0x941f8984: ioresources_init+0x0/0xc4()

Calling initcall 0x941f8b90: uid_cache_init+0x0/0x88()

Calling initcall 0x941f8f6c: param_sysfs_init+0x0/0x208()

Calling initcall 0x941f9174: init_posix_timers+0x0/0x108()

Calling initcall 0x941f92ac: init_posix_cpu_timers+0x0/0xd4()

Calling initcall 0x941f94fc: kallsyms_init+0x0/0x40()

Calling initcall 0x941fa7ac: init_per_zone_pages_min+0x0/0x64()

Calling initcall 0x941fabf0: pdflush_init+0x0/0x28()

Calling initcall 0x941fac18: cpucache_init+0x0/0x20()

Calling initcall 0x941faf64: kswapd_init+0x0/0x70()

Calling initcall 0x941fb018: procswaps_init+0x0/0x40()

Calling initcall 0x941fb058: init_tmpfs+0x0/0x3c()

Calling initcall 0x941fb420: fasync_init+0x0/0x40()

Calling initcall 0x941fbb24: aio_setup+0x0/0x8c()

Calling initcall 0x941fbbb0: inotify_setup+0x0/0xf4()

Calling initcall 0x941fbca4: eventpoll_init+0x0/0xdc()

Calling initcall 0x941fc2dc: init_devpts_fs+0x0/0x48()

Calling initcall 0x941fc324: init_squashfs_fs+0x0/0xe4()

Squashfs 2.2-r2b (released 2006/02/23) (C) 2002-2005 Phillip Lougher

Calling initcall 0x941fc408: init_ramfs_fs+0x0/0xc()

Calling initcall 0x941fc420: ipc_init+0x0/0x30()

Calling initcall 0x941fc7e0: rand_initialize+0x0/0x3c()

Calling initcall 0x941fc8d0: tty_init+0x0/0x184()

Calling initcall 0x941fca54: pty_init+0x0/0x4f4()

Calling initcall 0x941fd008: avm_net_trace_init+0x0/0x80()

avm_net_trace: Up and running.

Calling initcall 0x941fd088: avm_power_init+0x0/0x2dc()

[avm_power]Ohio250 detected -> overclocking possible

Calling initcall 0x941fd364: avm_sammel_init+0x0/0x158()

[avm] configured: watchdog eventled enable shift register enable direct gpio

        gpio usage: reset=12 clock=13 store=10 data=9

AR7WDT: Watchdog Driver for AR7 Hardware (Version 1.0, build: Jun 25 2009 13:11:54)

Calling initcall 0x941fe2ac: serial8250_init+0x0/0x10c()

Serial: 8250/16550 driver $Revision: 1.90 $ 1 ports, IRQ sharing disabled


ttyS0 at MMIO 0x0 (irq = 15) is a OHIO_UART

[uart_add_one_port] dont register console port->type = 16

port->cons = 0x941c9fe0 port->cons->flags = 0x7

[uart_add_one_port] success

Calling initcall 0x941feca0: noop_init+0x0/0xc()

io scheduler noop registered

Calling initcall 0x941fecac: cpphy_entry_probe+0x0/0x1dc()

[cpmac] Version: URL: svn://EmbeddedVM/home/SVN/drivers/cpmac/tags/1.98-r684-trunk-AR8216_MC  -  Revision 538:685  -  Do 25. Jun 13:13:00 CEST 2009

[avm_event_source_trigger]: not registered

[cpmac] [cpmac_if_register] dev cpmac0 (phy_id 0) registered

Calling initcall 0x941fef18: net_olddevs_init+0x0/0x100()

Calling initcall 0x941ff080: tun_init+0x0/0x90()

tun: Universal TUN/TAP device driver, 1.6

tun: (C) 1999-2004 Max Krasnyansky <[email protected]>

Calling initcall 0x941ff158: cmdline_parser_init+0x0/0xc()

Calling initcall 0x941ff164: init_mtdchar+0x0/0xc0()

Calling initcall 0x941ff224: init_mtdblock+0x0/0xc()

Calling initcall 0x941ff230: cfi_probe_init+0x0/0x24()

Calling initcall 0x941ff254: cfi_amdstd_init+0x0/0x30()

Calling initcall 0x941ff284: cfi_intelext_init+0x0/0x4c()

Calling initcall 0x941ff2d0: jedec_probe_init+0x0/0x24()

Calling initcall 0x941ff2f4: map_ram_init+0x0/0x24()

Calling initcall 0x941ff318: init_physmap+0x0/0x170()

physmap flash device: 400000 at 10000000

phys_mapped_flash: Found 1 x16 devices at 0x0 in 16-bit bank

Amd/Fujitsu Extended Query Table at 0x0040

phys_mapped_flash: Swapping erase regions for broken CFI table.

number of CFI chips: 1

RedBoot partition parsing not available

Calling initcall 0x941ff488: platram_init+0x0/0x30()

Generic platform RAM MTD, (c) 2004 Simtec Electronics

Calling initcall 0x941ff4b8: init_ohio_flash+0x0/0x868()

Ohio flash driver (size->0x400000 mem->0x10000000)



Ohio flash memory: Found 1 x16 devices at 0x0 in 16-bit bank

[genprobe_ident_chips] 4 i 0 j 0

[genprobe_ident_chips] 5 i 0 j 1

Amd/Fujitsu Extended Query Table at 0x0040

Ohio flash memory: Swapping erase regions for broken CFI table.

number of CFI chips: 1

[mtd]: jffs2_size = 19 * 64KByte (0x130000 Bytes)

[ohio_find_hidden_filesystem]: super block found: bytes_used: 0x594263/5849699

[init_ohio_flash] find hidden filesystem size=0x6c8d00 offset=0xb7300

[mtd] configure jffs2 partition

[mtd] fs_size=0x640000 max=0x130000 is=0x130000 max jffs2_size value 19

[mtd] ohio_flash_map: name=Ohio flash memory bankwidth=2 virt=0xb0000000 phys=0x10000000 size=0x800000

Creating 7 MTD partitions on "Ohio flash memory":

0x000b7300-0x00780000 : "filesystem"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

mtd: partition "filesystem" doesn't start on an erase block boundary -- force read-only

0x00010000-0x00780000 : "kernel"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

0x00000000-0x00010000 : "bootloader"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

0x00780000-0x007c0000 : "tffs (1)"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

0x007c0000-0x00800000 : "tffs (2)"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

0x00650000-0x00780000 : "jffs2"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

0x00010000-0x00650000 : "Kernel without jffs2"


        'Bits can be cleared (flash)'

        'Has an erase function'

partition_info[0]: name=filesystem offset=b7300 size=6c8d00

partition_info[0]: 0xb00b7300: 0x73717368 0x756

partition_info[1]: name=kernel offset=10000 size=770000

partition_info[1]: 0xb0010000: 0xfeed1281 0xa72cc

partition_info[2]: name=bootloader offset=0 size=10000

partition_info[2]: 0xb0000000: 0x40809000 0x40809800

partition_info[3]: name=tffs (1) offset=780000 size=40000

partition_info[3]: 0xb0780000: 0x40001 0xfbffffff

partition_info[4]: name=tffs (2) offset=7c0000 size=40000

partition_info[4]: 0xb07c0000: 0x40001 0xfcffffff

partition_info[5]: name=jffs2 offset=650000 size=130000

partition_info[5]: 0xb0650000: 0x20031985 0xc

partition_info[6]: name=Kernel without jffs2 offset=10000 size=640000

partition_info[6]: 0xb0010000: 0xfeed1281 0xa72cc

Calling initcall 0x941fff00: kcapi_init+0x0/0x9c()

Calling initcall 0x94200044: capi_oslib_init+0x0/0x8()

Calling initcall 0x94200b10: blackhole_module_init+0x0/0xc()

Calling initcall 0x94201800: inet_init+0x0/0x504()

NET: Registered protocol family 2

IP route cache hash table entries: 512 (order: -1, 2048 bytes)

TCP established hash table entries: 2048 (order: 2, 16384 bytes)

TCP bind hash table entries: 2048 (order: 1, 8192 bytes)

TCP: Hash tables configured (established 2048 bind 2048)

TCP reno registered

Calling initcall 0x94204218: init+0x0/0x8()

Calling initcall 0x94204220: bictcp_register+0x0/0xc()

TCP bic registered

Calling initcall 0x9420422c: mcfw_init_module+0x0/0x2c()

mcfw: IGMPv3 fast forwarding

Calling initcall 0x94204258: af_unix_init+0x0/0xa0()

NET: Registered protocol family 1

Calling initcall 0x942042f8: packet_init+0x0/0x80()

NET: Registered protocol family 17

Calling initcall 0x94204378: br_init+0x0/0x68()

Calling initcall 0x94204434: atm_init+0x0/0xec()

NET: Registered protocol family 8

NET: Registered protocol family 20

Calling initcall 0x942045d8: br2684_init+0x0/0x54()

Calling initcall 0x941ef024: ohio_install_dummy_irq_functions+0x0/0x58()

[setup_irq]: irq 1 irqaction->handler 0x94001590 (dummy_timer_irq+0x0/0x14 )

[setup_irq]: irq 6 irqaction->handler 0x940015a4 (dummy_system_irq_2+0x0/0x14 )

Calling initcall 0x940017e4: ohio_late_init+0x0/0x3c()


Calling initcall 0x941ef160: ohio_clk_switch_init+0x0/0x60()

Calling initcall 0x941ef3dc: speedup_init+0x0/0x3c()

Calling initcall 0x941fc81c: seqgen_init+0x0/0x20()

Calling initcall 0x940ce770: avm_event_push_button_init+0x0/0x130()

[avm_new] push_button_gpio=8 value=1 enabled

Calling initcall 0x941fdb20: tffs_init+0x0/0x224()

TFFS: tiny flash file system driver. GPL (c) AVM Berlin (Version 2.0)

      mount on mtd4 and mtd5 (double buffering)

Adam2 environment variables API installed.

Calling initcall 0x941fe970: early_uart_console_switch+0x0/0xb4()

Calling initcall 0x9412a1e8: net_random_reseed+0x0/0x34()

Calling initcall 0x94202d20: ip_auto_config+0x0/0x1120()

[prepare_namespace] new mount root /dev/mtdblock1

use lzma compression

VFS: Mounted root (squashfs filesystem) readonly.

Freeing prom memory: 0kb freed

Freeing unused kernel memory: 112k freed (7565 free)

[setup_irq]: irq 15 irqaction->handler 0x940da99c (serial8250_interrupt+0x0/0x13c )

AR7WDT: System Init UEberwachung 240 Sekunden

TFFS Name Table E

Piglet: module license '

(C) Copyright 2005 by AVM

' taints kernel.

EMIF: asize=1 ta=3 r_hold=0 w_strobe=6 r_strobe=6 ew=1

[piglet]McSP: rFS: 8000 Hz rCLK:2048285 Hz

[avm_new]push_button 'Wlan-Taster', released: GPIO=8 presses=5000 key=button_key_2

JFFS2 version 2.2. (NAND) (C) 2001-2003 Red Hat, Inc.

registered device TI Avalanche SAR

tiatm driver (patch_annex=0xc00e40cc)

[tiatm] Set StrictPriority=0

DSP binary filesize = 389206 bytes

[dsl_ur8] dsl serial number successfully set to "465249545a21426f7820466f6e20574c414e2037093030314334413236414531"

[tiatm] INFO V2U-BRIDGEREGISTER: 0x00000019

[avm_power]Ohio250 detected -> overclocking possible

[avm_power]#### boostVoltage: DSP Core voltage set to 1,5 V ####

[setup_irq]: irq 23 irqaction->handler 0xc00ca208 (tn7atm_sar_irq+0x0/0x30 [tiatm] )

[setup_irq]: irq 31 irqaction->handler 0xc00ca238 (tn7atm_dsl_irq+0x0/0x28 [tiatm] )

[tiatm]: Powermanagment (States => 1,3,10) supported!

[tiatm] AvmInterface length: 44

[avm_power]#### boostVoltage: DSP Core voltage set to 1,65 V ####

Texas Instruments ATM driver: version:[]

ubik2 driver (ubik2 - 0x10=0xc003efd4)

atm_dsp_register_ubik2: ubik2_ToMIPS_notify=0xc002cbfc

atm_dsp_register_ubik2: dsp mem pointer 0xa1c1644c

ubik2_init_interface: DSP-Link Version v3 8480


[ubik2_debug] eof_sync =1


Internode :: Support :: Guides :: Internet Access :: Broadband ADSL :: AVM FRITZBox Routers

This guide is suitable for FRITZ!Box 7490, 7390, 7360, and 7272 routers using the latest FRITZ!OS firmware.

What we'll cover:

  • Connecting cables
  • How to log into your FRITZ!Box
  • Setting the language, region, and password for your FRITZ!Box
  • Using the setup wizard to configure your ADSL connection
  • Using the setup wizard to configure NodePhone VoIP
  • Using the setup wizard to configure your Wireless network

If you purchased your FRITZ!Box from Internode as part of a new broadband service, we've already configured your username, password, and other settings. In this case, simply follow the cabling setup section below, then test your connection.

Not what you're looking for? Try the FRITZ!Box guides for manual ADSL setup, NodePhone VoIP, or Wireless configuration.

FRITZ!Box Cable Setup

Figure 1: The ports on a FRITZ!Box 7490 router. These ports are the same on the 7390 and 7272.

The FRITZ!Box uses a RJ45-style connection for the ADSL port on the back of the device. Each unit includes an all-in-one version of the 'Y' cable without separate adapters. If you have a FRITZ!Box 7360 it will be a straight cable, as the 7360 does not support landline phone calls - this cable should connect only to the DSL socket on the filter.

NOTE: Initial shipments of FRITZ!Box units had RJ45 plugs on the included 'Y' splitter. RJ45 to RJ11 adapters are included and must be used to connect the 'Y' cable to your ADSL splitter.

Figure 2: Typical cabling for a FRITZ!Box 'Y' cable
Cabling for Standard ADSL Connections

Please note that the following does not apply for the 7360.

  1. Connect the larger (RJ45) end of the 'Y' cable to the DSL/TEL port on the router.
  2. Connect the small, black end of the 'Y' cable (labelled Tel) to the Local Phone port on the ADSL splitter.
  3. Connect the remaining small end of the 'Y' cable (labelled DSL) to the ADSL Modem port on the ADSL splitter.
  4. Connect one end of the supplied Ethernet cable to the network port on your computer. Connect the other end to one of the LAN ports on the back of the router.
  5. Connect the power supply to the back of the router, and plug it into your 240v power outlet.
  6. Switch on the router.
Cabling for Naked ADSL and FRITZ!Box 7360
  1. Connect the larger (RJ45) end of the 'Y' cable to the DSL/TEL port on the router.
  2. Connect the small, grey end of the 'Y' cable (labelled DSL) to the telephone port on the wall.
  3. Connect one end of the supplied Ethernet cable to the network port on your computer. Connect the other end to one of the LAN ports on the back of the router.
  4. Connect the power supply to the back of the router, and plug it into your 240v power outlet.
  5. Switch on the router.
Figure 3: Cabling for a Naked ADSL connection


Setting the language, region, and password for your FRITZ!Box

The following steps only apply if your FRITZ!Box is not already configured, or if it has been reset to factory default settings.

If you purchased your FRITZ!Box from Internode, your router has been pre-configured. Simply follow the cabling steps above to set up your ADSL broadband service.

Step 1
  • Make sure that your computer is connected to the FRITZ!Box - either with an Ethernet cable, or over a wireless network.
  • Open your preferred web browser, for example: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox.
  • Enter the following number into the address bar and then hit Enter on your keyboard:
    • (this number is called an IP Address).
Figure 4: Entering the IP address to access the router
Step 2
  • The Language Selection screen will appear.
  • Select English from the list, then click Next.
Figure 5: Setting your FRITZ!Box language
Step 3
  • The Regional Settings screen will appear.
  • Select Australia from the drop-down menu.
  • Select your state from the Time Zone drop-down, then click Next.
Figure 6: Setting your FRITZ!Box regional settings
  • The modem will save your settings and reboot. This may take around two minutes.
Figure 7: The FRITZ!Box rebooting screen
Step 4
  • The wizard will ask you to create an Administrator Password. You will need this password in future when you try to log in to your FRITZ!Box router.
  • Enter your chosen password into the FRITZ!Box password box.
  • Click OK to save your password.

Please make a note of your new Administrator Password, as Internode will not be able to provide it to you if it is lost or forgotten.

If you forget the password, you will need to factory reset your FRITZ!Box before you can access the user interface.

You can reset the FRITZ!Box to factory settings by clicking Forgot your password? and then Restore Factory Settings at the login screen (see Step 5 below). Please note that this will overwrite all of your settings.

Once you have reset your FRITZ!Box to factory settings, you will have to restart this wizard from the beginning.

Figure 8: Creating an Administrator password for your FRITZ!Box


Using the setup wizard to configure your Internet connection

Step 1
  • The router will display a welcome screen. Click Next.
Figure 10: The setup wizard welcome screen
Step 2
  • The wizard will ask you to select your Internet Service Provider.
  • Select Internode from the drop down menu.
  • Click Next to continue the wizard.
Figure 11: Selecting your ISP
Step 3
  • The wizard will ask for your Internode connection details.
  • Enter your Internode username into the User name field, that is, [email protected] NOTE: If your username does not include @internode.on.net you will be unable to connect.
  • Enter your Internode password into the Password field. If you've forgotten your password, you can retrieve it with our Password Retrieval tool.
  • Click Next to continue.
Figure 12: Entering your Internode username and password
Step 4
  • The wizard will ask you to confirm your settings.
    • If all the settings are correct, press Next to continue.
    • If the settings are not correct, press Back to make any necessary corrections.
Figure 13: Checking your connection settings
Step 5
  • The FRITZ!Box will save your settings. This may take a few minutes.
Figure 14: Saving your account settings
Step 6
  • The FRITZ!Box will test your internet connection. If successful, click Next.
Figure 15: A successful Internet test
Step 7
  • The Internet setup has been completed. If you do not need to set up NodePhone VoIP or WiFi, select Cancel.
  • If you would like to set up NodePhone VoIP, click Configure new telephone number to continue with NodePhone VoIP setup.
  • If you would like to set up your WiFi, click Continue to skip to Wireless network setup.
Figure 16: The end of the Internet Connection wizard


NodePhone VoIP Setup Wizard

Step 1
  • Select Configure new telephone number if you have not already done so in Step 7 of Internet setup.
  • The FRITZ!Box will now ask how it is connected to your telephone line:
    • If you have a standard ADSL service and regular phone line: select Fixed-network line and DSL line. This will allow your telephone to make calls via both NodePhone VoIP and a fixed-line service (PSTN).
    • If you have a Naked ADSL, FTTH, or NBN service: select IP-based line. Select this option also if you don't intend to use a standard fixed-line (PSTN) service.
  • Once you have made your selection, click Next to continue.
Figure 17: Selecting the type of line that your FRITZ!Box is connected to
Step 2
  • The FRITZ!Box will ask for your NodePhone VoIP account details and settings.
  • Set the Telephony provider to Other provider.
  • Enter your NodePhone VoIP number into the Telephone Number for Registration and Internal Telephone Number in the FRITZ!Box fields.Make sure that you enter your full phone number - including the area code - and that there are no spaces in the number (for example: 0812345678).
  • Scroll down the screen to see the rest of the options.
Figure 18: Entering your NodePhone VoIP connection settings
  • Enter your NodePhone VoIP number into the User name field. Make sure that you enter your full phone number - including the area code - and that there are no spaces in the number (for example: 0812345678).
  • Enter your NodePhone VoIP password into the Password field.
  • Enter sip.internode.on.net into the Registrar field.
  • Do not enter anything into the Proxy server field.
  • Make sure that Insert area code for outgoing calls is not selected.
  • Do not change any other settings on this screen. Click Next to continue.
Figure 19: Entering your NodePhone VoIP connection settings
Step 3
  • The Saving Internet Telephone Numbers screen will appear.
  • Confirm that your settings are correct, then click Next to continue.
Figure 20: Confirming your NodePhone VoIP settings
Step 4
  • The FRITZ!Box will then test your NodePhone connection. If successful, click Next.
Figure 21: A successful NodePhone VoIP test
Step 5
  • The NodePhone VoIP setup has been completed, and you should see your NodePhone account listed on the screen.
  • If you do not need to set up WiFi, select Cancel.
  • If you would like to set up your WiFi, click Next to go on to Wireless network setup.
Figure 22: The end of the NodePhone VoIP part of the wizard


WiFi Setup Wizard

Step 1
  • The FRITZ!Box will display the current Wireless LAN settings. This will include the default password (which is also found on the bottom of your FRITZ!Box). If you're happy to use this password, simply click Finish wizards to complete the wizard.
  • If you would like to change your WiFi settings, click Change wireless LAN settings at the bottom-right of the screen.
Figure 23: The default WiFi settings
Step 2
  • If you've chosen to change your WiFi settings, the FRITZ!Box will allow you to change your network name and password.
  • Create a name for your wireless network and enter this into the field labelled Name of the radio network (SSID).

Creating a network name (SSID)

Your network name is used to identify your wireless network. This is particularly useful if there are other wireless networks nearby.

Because your network name will be visible outside of your home or office, the name should be recognisable but should not use any personal or service details.

  • Bad Network Names: BloggsFamily, JoeBloggs, 123JamesStreet, Internode, default, your Internode username, your router's name.
  • Good Network Names: MyNetwork, HomeWireless, Homestead, Cookie Monster (be creative!)
  • Create a password that will be used to access your wireless network. Type your new password into the Network Key field.

Creating a Pre-shared Key (Wireless Password)

A Pre-shared key prevents people you don't know from accessing your wireless network. When you connect your computers to your wireless network, you will be asked for the pre-shared key. If someone tries to connect without the pre-shared key, they will be unable to connect.

Your pre-shared key:

  • must have a minimum of 8 alphanumeric characters
  • is case sensitive
  • should never be the same as your Internode password

We recommend you create a complex password for your pre-shared key.

Figure 24: Changing your WiFi settings
  • Once you're happy with your network name and password, click OK to save your settings.
Step 3
  • The FRITZ!Box will confirm your new network name and password.
  • If you're happy with the settings, click Next to continue the wizard.
Figure 25: Confirming your WiFi settings

Checking Firmware

Step 1
  • The FRITZ!Box will check for firmware before finishing the wizard.
Figure 26: Checking for updated firmware
Step 2
  • If there is new firmware, the FRITZ!Box will download and install it.
  • If not, you will see the following screen. Click Finish Wizard to complete setup.
Figure 26: Firmware up to date

Congratulations! You have successfully configured your ADSL, NodePhone VoIP, and WiFi settings on your FRITZ!Box router.

To connect your computer to the network, please refer to the following guides:

Further Assistance

If you're looking to also set up your NodePhone VoIP or Wireless service, please refer to our other guides:

If you are having trouble setting up your router, or would like to clarify some of the steps, please contact our Support Team.

If you'd like to set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN), or other advanced features, please see these pages on AVM International's website:

Please note that our Support Team cannot provide assistance with VPNs, Port Forwarding, or other advanced features.


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