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Connect Fritz 7530 or 7590 to the Internet. FTTC/ADSL

I’m going to show you how to connect your Fritz 7530 or Fritz 7590 broadband router so that you can get on the internet via No One Internet.

This is for connecting either FTTC or ADSL.

As of late 2020 when No One Internet send out their broadband routers they are all preconfigured with your unique broadband username and password. All you need to do is plug the router in. If you factory reset the router it will automatically connect to No One Internets platform and download your settings again, enabling you to connect to the internet without needing to log in to the router.

The process for connecting the 7530 and 7590 are similar.

The first thing to do is locate your master socket, as provided by Openreach. If the master socket is an older socket then you will need a ADSL filter to plug the broadband rj11 cable in to. If, like me, you already have a socket with the built in splitter you just need to plug the rj11 cable in to the socket.




The other end of the rj11 cable goes in to the DSL port on the back of the router (shown here for the 7530)





THE DSL PORT IS THE GREY PORT ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE.

See below for the 7590




THE DSL PORT IS THE GREY PORT ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE. YOU CAN IGNORE THE RED CABLE IN THE IMAGE ABOVE.

Plug the router power in and wait 5 minutes. After 5 minutes you should be connected to the internet.


Most people connect to the internet wirelessly and both routers have built in WiFi. If you turn your router over you will see the SSID and password. Search for this SSID from your phone, laptop, or tablet, put the password in and you should be connected wirelessly and be able to access the internet.




If you have any problems at all. Please give No One a call on 03333440630 or email support@noone.co.uk



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