What is the default username and password for Actiontec Modems and Routers?
Most Actiontec Modems and Routers DO NOT have a default login. The exceptions are the Actiontec Modems and Routers made and branded for a specific Internet Service Providers (ISP). Some ISP's require a default user name and password. These Modems and Routers have a sticker on the bottom of the device with the default User name and Password printed on them.
Are our DSL Modems and Routers compatible with Docsis 3.0?
No, they are not because this standard only applies to cable modems.
Is my Actiontec DSL Modem or Cable/DSL Router a Firewall?
Yes, the Actiontec DSL Modem and Cable/DSL Router acts as a Firewall. They provide security through "Stateful Packet Inspection" or SPI, which inspects incoming data packets to make sure they correspond to an outgoing request. Unsolicited packets (which could be harmful) are rejected. Through the use of specific Firewall settings, the firewall can be configured to block outgoing as well as incoming traffic.
What is the current firmware version for my Actiontec Device?
This document lists the current product firmware versions for Actiontec and the various Internet Service Providers or ISPs.
Current Firmware Versions
If a product is not listed in the document, then there has been no firmware update or upgrade released for that product.
How do I disable Client Isolation or AP (access point) Isolation?
Actiontec devices NOT have Client Isolation or AP (access point) Isolation enabled on our routers (therefore no disabling is required).