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How to setup Unlocator on a Belgacom b box 2 modem

Last Updated: Jul 14, 2015 10:04AM CEST
Important: This guide has been provided by a helpful user. We don't provide any support for this setup.
  1. Connect to the router via your browser by surfing to http://192.168.1.1/
  2. On the screen that opens you will be prompted for your modem serial number. Go to your modem, look for the serial number on the sticker, it should be 15 characters long. Enter this number and press ok.
  3. On the left-hand menu, click the option Advanced Settings 

     
  4. A longer menu will appear on the left-hand side. Click on Network Interfaces. This will take you to the Network Interfaces screen, which looks like this. Click on WAN PPPoE.
  5.  Once in the Connection Properties screen, click Settings.
  6. Scroll down on the page to where it says DNS Server and select Use the Following DNS Server Adresses. This will bring up 2 new rows of input fields.
  7. Enter the Unlocator DNS servers 185.37.37.37 and 185.37.39.39 in these fields and click apply.
  8. Restart your device (you can do this under advanced settings -> Maintenance -> Reboot.

​Important

First step of troubleshooting should always be to restart device(s) and router. Then check your account status in your account home. You should always see 3 green check marks if the device you are using to visit the account home is set up correctly.

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Before You Contact Support

  1. Verify that your device or connected router is using Unlocator.
  2. Restart device and router.
  3. Check your account status from a computer or device that is connected to Unlocator by visiting your account home.
  4. If the above steps don’t work please contact support describing your issue and steps taken to fix it.
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How to Format an IP Address

Some devices require you to use 3 digits pr. decimal when setting a DNS. You can format our DNS in the following ways:

185.37.37.37
185.37.37.185
185.037.037.037
185.037.037.185


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