DSL Modem

Model #: GT701C

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Overview / Features

The Actiontec GT701C is a full rate ADSL 2/2+ modem and a router, capable of networking up to 256 computers using wires.  Now, users can easily share their broadband connection with other devices in their digital home.  Service providers purchase this modem because of its small size, ease of install, reliability and remote management support.
  • Full rate ADSL 2/2+ Modem
  • Ethernet and USB LAN Ports
  • Includes Routing Capabilitities
  • TR-69 Support
  • Ideal starter modem



Minimum System Requirements

  • DSL Internet service
  • Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000, XP and Vista
  • Windows PC with available USB or Ethernet port
  • TCP/IP network protocol installed
  • Internet Explorer 6.0+ (recommended)
  • Other browsers such as Safari or Firefox, need to have Java Script enabled


How to Video

How to connect your Wii to the Internet non-wirelessly



Other Documents

GT701C USB Driver Installation Instructions Instructions for downloading and installing the USB driver for the GT701C.
User Manual - GT701C Vz DSL Modem This is the User Manual for the Verizon version firmware (red background) used on our Retail GT701C for Verizon, a DSL Modem. This Manual also works for firmware version since it uses the same interface.

Software/Firmware Downloads


Driver Updates

2007-12-13 USB Driver - GT701C
There are USB drivers for Windows 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP included in this download.

NOTE: Customers that have the new Windows Vista operating system installed, can utilize the USB driver for XP, provided they are running one of the 32-bit versions of Vista. There are no USB drivers available for 64-bit versions of Windows.

(Our RAW Drivers do not use a 'Setup' program to install, instead they are installed via the Windows Hardware Wizard. Once the drivers are extracted, each Operating System has it's own folder with an INF file, that the Wizard uses to install the driver.)

Clicking the link above will initiate the download, and at the prompt 'Do you want to run or save this file?' select 'Save'. At the following 'Save As' dialog, be sure to select a familiar location to save the file, like 'My Documents' or the 'Desktop', so that the file will be easy to find later.