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Set up Technicolor TG582n

Find the Technicolor TG582n modem user guides and troubleshooting information. Find out how to do factory reset as well as change passwords and network names.

User guides

Access the modem's web interface

You can manage your modem's settings by signing in to its web interface.

  1. Open your web browser, eg, Internet Explorer.
  2. In your browser’s address bar, type in
  3. Select Enter.
  4. Type in your username. The default is Administrator.
  5. Type in your password. If you haven't signed in before, leave this field blank.

Change the network name (SSID)

  1. Sign in to the modem's web interface.
  2. Select Wireless from under Home network.
  3. Select Configure in the top-right corner.
  4. Type in the network name (SSID) you’d like to use.
  5. Select Apply.

Change the modem's password

  1. Sign in to your modem's web interface.
  2. Select Toolbox from the left menu.
  3. Select User management.
  4. Select Change my password under the Pick a task section.
  5. Leave the Old password field blank unless you've changed your modem's password before.
  6. Type a new password in the New password field.
  7. Type it again to confirm the new details.
  8. Select Change password.
  9. If a security window appears, type in your sign in details with your old password and select OK.

Change network settings

You'll find the instructions in the Change Network Settings user guide. Download now

Factory reset modem

Reset via the reset button

  1. Make sure the modem is on.
  2. Use a paper clip to push the reset button down until the lights on the modem turn off.
  3. The lights will then start to turn back on and turn green.

Note: It may take up to five minutes to connect to broadband. And once the reset is complete, you'll need to reconnect everything that use WiFi.

Check the broadband connection

  1. Sign in to the modem's web interface.
  2. Select Broadband connection from the left menu.
  3. Select DSL connection.
  4. If DSL is working, you'll see how long the connection has been running under DSL connection. You'll also see DSL connect rates under Bandwidth.
  5. Under Broadband connection, select Internet services.
  6. If broadband is working, you'll see how long it's been running under Internet services.
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