Restart: When restarted, the unit will run through this sequence:
Lights up > All lights flash once > Flashes slowly > Stays on > Flashed when the unit is in use
NOTE: If your device is different to the image below simply click here.
How you connect your Optus 3G Home Zone device to your broadband service will depend on how many spare ethernet ports you have on your Home Broadband Modem.
Step 2(A): Modem with spare Ethernet ports
Connect the supplied white Ethernet Cable to the LAN1 port on the Optus 3G Home Zone device.
Connect the other end to a spare port on your modem/router.
Proceed to Step 4.
OR if you don't have spare ports on your modem, follow Step 3(B) instead.
Step 2(B): Modem with no spare Ethernet ports
Leave the end of the Ethernet cable that's already attached to your computer connected. Disconnect the other end from your modem and connect it to the port marked LAN2 on the back of the Optus 3G Home Zone device.
Connect one end of the supplied white Ethernet cable to the LAN1 port on the Optus 3G Home Zone device. Connect the other end to the empty network port on your modem/router.
Proceed to Step 4 on Connecting the Optus 3G Home Zone device to Power.
Turn off any broadband devices, wait one minute and then in the following order, turn the devices back on:
Switch on Optus 3G Home Zone device via the on/off switch on the device.
You may need to wait for up to 90minutes for device to finish setting up for the first time.
Install will take up 90 minutes
TIP: if the Network light continues to flash after 90 minute please turn your Home Zone Device and your modem/router on and off again.
if you don't hear 3 beeps, this means you are not connected to your Optus 3G Home Zone and calls will not be going through the device.
Please refer to the FAQ/Troubleshooting section in the Optus 3G Home Zone User Manual for more information on how to resolve this.