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Re: Adding RBR750 to a Centurylink C3000z modem/roter

Great to hear you got through the rough part. Usually when you put a router/modem in Transparent Bridge Mode you shouldn't need to get back into it unless you are going to revert it back to being your main device. Why do you want to get into it?

 

The 192.168.0.2 is for the LAN from the Orbi ( 2 > ). And that was in the explanation I pasted. That's a 50/50. Since the Orbi has to sign in, it is the "main" unit and will most likely give itself the IPA of 192.168.0.1, ( 1 > ). Therefore, your IPA range should automatically set itself starting at 192.168.0.2 - .0.254 and that is all pretty automatic and "router basic". There are several sets of IPAs that are used in networking and I learned the .0.2 from Netgear. Other brands may use a different IPA string. It's all personal reference within the rules of IP Addresses. BUT since you got this far and are at a point to focus on trouble shoothing the Orbi, it'll be easier to learn the set up and idiosyncrasies of the Orbi. Of which it looks like you have your first issue.

 

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First, I would surmise that you didn't set up the WiFi? That should have been part of the setup proceedure when the Orbi was first fired up depending on how you set it up. Or like I do, I bypass the "auto" set up and do it all manually. Mostly because we have to do the "Tagged 201", which you didn't since the C3000Z did it. That really tricks the Orbi when it can't connect to the Internet when it's time. So if you did setup the WiFi, I find it curious that only the Apple gear won't connect. But not surprised. Does either device see the SSID (Super Secret ID), some super secret? And what brand is the Laptop? I have most all Apple gear but have not had any issues with it connecting. ALTHOUGH, I have seen places in the forums where Apple connectivity issues were discussed. So I guess there can be issues. If you didn't set up the WiFi look on the bottom of the main unit and the label there should be its default User Logins and Passwords for both the router and WiFi. You could try that to see if you can connect. Then that also means that the WiFi is not set up as you need it yet. That will be next lesson, Grasshopper.

 

Mesh systems are a "different" animal. I had problems with getting some of my WiFi lighting to connect since it'll only use the 2.4GHz bandwidth and Mesh is both combined. So I went in and turned the 5GHz band power down as far as I could since you can't really turn off either band. That would not be the "Meshy Way". That helped get them on the network. But everthing else as in Computing hardware, I haven't had any problems. Older hardware might be a problem.

 

Can you tell me a little more or if you haven't gotten that far in the setup, less, that seems strange?

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My Setup: Calix 716GE-I R2 ONT (Gigabit Fiber ~940/940) > RBK853 > then to all corners of the kingdom . . . with tons of toys stashed all over . . . that m'Laird shant ever find.
" . . . it's not over until the Dragons are done strafing the lands and the Internet still works."

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When you sign up for your CenturyLink internet plan, you’ll have the option to either buy or rent your modem and router. While there are some advantages to renting, purchasing your own equipment gives you the most control over your device and saves you the most money in the long run. To help you make the most of your internet plan, we’ve rounded up a list of the best internet modems and routers for CenturyLink internet.

Are you a current CenturyLink customer, or considering getting CenturyLink internet at your home? Having a quality modem and router is key to taking full advantage of any CenturyLink internet plan with Wi-Fi. 

Centurylink modem/router winners

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How we chose the best modem/router for CenturyLink

When narrowing down the best CenturyLink internet modems and routers, our goal was to find the best value.

When narrowing down the best CenturyLink internet modems and routers, our goal was to find the best value. We compared a variety of options based on criteria such as speed, price, features, customer reviews and what plan it’s best for.

CenturyLink provides DSL internet, which isn’t compatible with all internet routers and modems on the market. All of the devices on our list are on CenturyLink’s approved list of devices to ensure the best compatibility.

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Best modem/router for CenturyLink 40 Mbps or below: Zyxel C3000Z

The Zyxel C3000Z is one of CenturyLink’s top recommended internet routers for its DSL internet service. This Zyxel model has both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi. It has IPv4 and IPv6 compatibility. It also comes with vectoring, which provides for increased performance and range.

Zyxel’s device has more than 500 reviews on Amazon, with 4.2 out of 5 stars. Customers’ favorite features include ease of installation, ease of use, and strong Wi-Fi signal.

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Best modem/router for CenturyLink 100 Mbps or below: Actiontec C3000A

The Actiontec C3000A is another of CenturyLink’s most highly recommended internet devices. It comes with dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi technology and can support speeds up to 100 Mbps on VDSL (or 200 Mbps for pair bond). It also includes IPv4 and IPv6 compatibility, along with vectoring to increase your range and performance even more.

This Actiontec device has nearly 200 reviews on Amazon, with 4.2 out of 5 stars. The most highly-rated features include ease of use, technical support and ease of installation.

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Best modem/router for CenturyLink Fiber Gigabit: Greenwave C4000XG

The Greenwave C4000XG is the newest modem/router available for CenturyLink internet plans and has some features that really make it stand out. First, the device comes equipped with Wi-Fi 6 technology, with dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz 802.11ax. It automatically selects the fastest band of each device, so you can feel confident you’re getting the fastest speeds available. The Greenwave device is well-suited to CenturyLink’s Fiber Gigabit plan.

The Greenwave device is relatively new and doesn’t yet have much feedback online, but the features that customers cited as their favorites include ease of installation, a strong Wi-Fi signal and technical support.

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Should you rent or purchase your CenturyLink equipment?

When you sign up for your CenturyLink internet plan, you’ll have the ability to choose between buying and renting your equipment. While renting is the obvious choice for many, buying your own equipment actually has some serious advantages.

Pros and Cons of renting

  • Low upfront cost

  • Customer service for device

  • CenturyLink is responsible for device repairs and replacement

  • Compatibility with internet plan

  • Higher monthly payment

  • Higher long-term cost

  • Perpetual device payments

Pros and Cons of buying

  • One-time cost

  • Long-term savings

  • Lower monthly bill

  • Choice of any equipment

  • You’re responsible for device repairs and replacement

  • High upfront cost

  • No CenturyLink support for device

CenturyLink modem tips

Whether you have DSL or fiber internet with CenturyLink, using a CenturyLink compatible modem and router from the list of CenturyLink verified equipment is a smart decision. CenturyLink has already tested that list of modems, and their tech support team can help you troubleshoot any issues that might arise.

Interested in switching to CenturyLink high-speed DSL or fiber internet? Allconnect can help find plans available near you and the best equipment to maximize your Wi-Fi at home.

What to look for in a CenturyLink compatible modem 

While there are many advantages to buying your own internet modem and router rather than renting, it also requires additional research on your part to find the devices with the best features that also fit your internet plan. Here are a few things to consider when you’re choosing a CenturyLink router and modem:

  • DOCSIS: Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification — otherwise known as DOCSIS — allows data to transfer over existing coaxial cable systems at a high bandwidth. Cable modem DOCSIS usually ranges from 1.0 to 3.1, with the best devices having 3.0 or 3.1.
  • Speed compatibility: When you shop around for internet devices, it’s important that you find those that are compatible with your internet plan. For example, if your internet plan has up to 200 Mbps download speeds, be sure to shop around for devices that allow for at least 200 Mbps speeds. Choosing a device with slower speeds means you can’t really maximize the internet service you’re paying for.
  • Security: It’s critical that you have a safe and secure internet connection. After all, a secure internet connection helps to keep your personal information safe. A good rule of thumb is that your devices should have password encryption of at least WPA2 or WPA3.
  • Channel bonding: Channel bonding is a way to maximize your internet speed by combining two internet channels simultaneously. The higher your channel bonding, the more traffic and speed it can handle. Devices can often go up to 32×8 channel bonding, meaning 32 downloading channels and eight uploading channels.

Need a faster internet plan?

One of the best ways to improve your internet speeds is to shop around for a better internet plan. That could mean upgrading to a faster plan with your current internet service provider, though it could also mean switching service providers altogether. You can check availability on our site to find the best internet in your area.


The bottom line

Choosing the right internet modem and router for your CenturyLink internet plan is critical for maximizing your speed and having the best overall experience. There are many modems, routers, and modem/routers to choose from, and it can feel overwhelming to choose the right one. While buying your devices instead of renting might be more work to find the right fit, it’s worth it in the long run.

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CenturyLink Approved C3000Z Zyxel Bonded 5ghz Wirless Modem / Router

Best CenturyLink-Compatible Modems 2021

You might be able to use your own modem with CenturyLink, provided it works with the technology CenturyLink uses in the area. But that’s a pretty big gamble, seeing as CenturyLink uses six different types of DSL technology across the US.

If your modem is left over from a cable internet provider, like Xfinity, your modem won’t work with CenturyLink’s DSL technology. You’ll need to buy or rent a new one.

To find out the right type of DSL modem, ask your CenturyLink customer representative what DSL technology works at your home. Then you can check our chart above for the best Centurylink modem for that service.

Keep in mind that, oftentimes, it’s cheaper to buy a compatible modem from CenturyLink (as opposed the renting one) than it is to buy a modem on Amazon.

If you have Centurylink fiber internet, don’t worry—your fiber modem comes included with your plan. But it costs a bit more for Wi-Fi service. You can save some more cash by buying a Wi-Fi router instead of paying $5 a month for a Centurylink router.

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Centurylink c3000z modem

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The following instructions assumes you already have your internet set up and working with CenturyLink. This is not for CenturyLink fiber setups. The modem I'm using is the ZyXEL C3000Z which was provided by CenturyLink.

To start, connect the dsl port on the Modem/router CenturyLink device (will call it "modem") to the wall phone jack and then plug in the power cable. Also connect the Google WiFi to power. Do not connect the two devices via ethernet yet.


Once they are both powered on, factory reset both devices. I've found this will cut down the number of problems during setup.

Reset Google Wifi: If you've previously set up a network with this device you'll need to reset the device through the Google WiFi app to get it to be removed from your list of owned networks. To do that go to the settings page (gears icon on right side), select "Network & General", select "Wifi point", and click "Factory reset." You can reset only the device by pressing and holding the button on the back the device until the lights turn completely off.

Reset CenturyLink Modem: Press the recessed reset button on the back of the modem using a toothpick or something that fits in the hole. Hold until the power button turns red.


After the modem is reset, wait until it power cycles and then is connected to internet again (as indicated by a glowing green internet status light).

Connect a laptop or computer to the modem using the second ethernet port on the back of the modem. Once connected, open a web browser and navigate to http://192.168.0.1 (or the GUI address listed on the modem sticker). Log in using the modem username and password (also found on sticker).

Go to "Advanced Setup" and then click on "WAN Settings"

Make a note of the PPP username shown on this page. Mine looked like

At this point you'll need to contact CenturyLink support via chat and as them for your PPP password. Feel free to use the question I sent to the agent in the chat session. After verifying my identity and account she very quickly responded with my PPP password.

I was wondering if you could provide to me my PPP password for my account? I have the username already "spe*******@centurylink.net" and I'm going to be bridging my modem/router to use a different router I own.

She also mentioned that when setting up the PPPoE settings on the router I might have to use "@qwest.net" instead of the "@centurylink.net" I in the modem config pages.

Armed with your PPP username and password, you can finish "bridging" your modem. Back on the "WAN Settings" page in the "ISP Protocol" dropdown, select "Transparent Bridging." You can also just leave the "Transport Mode" dropdown as "Tagged-201."

Click "Apply." Once the page refreshes you should now no longer be able to access the internet from the computer connected to the modem.


Go into the Google WiFi app and select "Set up WiFi point" and then "Create a new Network." It will start searching for your Google WiFi device and will prompt you to scan a QR code once it's found it.

As you continue with the process it should open a screen asking for your PPPoE info. Type in your PPP username using "@qwest.net" for the ending and the password you got from CenturyLink support.

If all goes correctly, you should then be asked to name your network and choose your password. Once that's done you should be up and running!

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8 Best Modems For CenturyLink DSL 2019

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