username:
password:

Technical Info

General Settings

Broadband Generic Settings

Standard ADSL 1 or ADSL 2 connections on a standard PSTN/Analogue line

Modulation: Auto for broadband2+, G.DMT for broadband1
Encapsulation: PPPoE
Multiplexing: LLC
Authentication: PAP
Username: xyzcompany@adsl.comvergence.net.au
VPI: 8
VCI: 35
Static IP Address: “provided on signup”

Standard Naked ADSL Tier 1 Circuit on Nextep DSLAM

Modulation: Auto
Encapsulation: PPPoE
Multiplexing: LLC
Authentication: PAP
Username: xyzcompany@comvergence.net.au
VPI: 1
VCI: 32
Static IP Address: “provided on signup”

Standard Naked ADSL Tier 1 Circuit on Optus DSLAM

Modulation: Auto
Encapsulation: PPPoE
Multiplexing: LLC
Authentication: PAP
Username: xyzcompany@comvergence.net.au
VPI: 8
VCI: 35
Static IP Address: “provided on signup”

 

Mail Server settings

Outgoing Mail Server: It’s preferable that you use your (POP3/IMAP) mail providers SMTP server,
else you can use smtp.comvergence.com.au (only usable within our address space)

Incoming Mail Server: zimbra.comvergence.com.au

Domain name server

Primary DNS Server: 203.176.185.22
Secondary DNS Server: 203.176.186.2

VoIP Settings

SIP Server   SIP.COMVERGENCE.COM.AU OR 203.176.185.10
User Name “full number provided on signup 617XXXXXXXX
Password “ provided on signup”

Troubleshooting

Telephone line isolation test

You may be asked to perform a telephone line isolation test when your dial tone has dropped out completely.

1.Start by unplugging everything you can around your premises from your phone line. This includes EFTPOS terminals, dialup modems, telephones, fax machines,Digital boxes, broadband modems and anything else which uses your telephone line. If you have multiple telephone lines coming into your premises, you can leave any equipment on alternate lines plugged in.

2.Leave everything unplugged for at least 10 minutes.
The reason you need to do this is because the exchange will protect itself from faulty equipment by switching your dial tone off. The exchange checks every ten minutes or so to see if the faulty equipment is still there, and if the problem’s gone away it switches your dial tone back on.

3.Connect a single telephone to one of your sockets with a short piece of cable, and check for a dial tone. If you don’t get a dial tone, check on another telephone socket.

If the dial tone comes back
If you get your dial tone back, reconnect your telephone equipment to the line one at a time. Check for a dial tone after each piece of equipment is added. If at any point during plugging things back in you lose dial tone, it’s very possible that what you just plugged in is the problem. Check any suspect equipment at least twice to be sure it’s not a coincidence.

If the dial tone doesn’t come back
If you can’t get a dial tone on any of your sockets, it’s possible your telephone line is dead due to other causes.
•If you have a mobile phone, call your own number and make a note of whether it rings out or is engaged, or of whatever message you might hear
•Check to see if your broadband is working or not

Broadband Connections

When you have a single piece of equipment plugged into your phone line for testing purposes, it’s called an isolation test. That single piece of equipment might be a modem if you’re testing a broadband connection.

Broadband modem isolation test
Isolation tests are most commonly performed when synchronisation has dropped out entirely, although they can also help when broadband is experiencing slow speeds.

1.Start by unplugging everything you can around your premises from the phone line your broadband is connected to. This includes EFTPOS terminals, dialup modems, telephones,  fax machines and anything else which uses the same telephone line as your broadband. If you have multiple telephone lines coming into your premises, you can leave any equipment on non-broadband lines plugged in.

2.Once you’ve unplugged everything, connect your modem directly into the telephone wall sockets using a telephone cable no longer than a metre in length. Give it a few minutes to synchronise.

The modem does not need to be plugged into a computer at this point if you’re testing a complete loss of synchronisation, but you should keep it plugged into your computer if you’re testing speed problems.

3.If the modem still hasn’t synchronised after a few minutes, connect a telephone to that socket and make sure that the wall socket you’re using has dial tone. Also you may wish to try alternative telephone sockets.

If synchronisation comes back
If the modem does synchronise, you can start plugging your telephone equipment back in. Give the modem around a minute after each device is plugged back in to see if the synchronisation light goes out. If it does, it’s possible you’ve found a device which is interfering with your broadband.

If a piece of equipment is interfering with your broadband, it could be for any of the following reasons:
•The equipment is not being filtered at all
•The equipment’s filter is damaged (try swapping the filters between different devices to confirm this)
•The equipment’s filter is being shared between too many devices and the filter can’t filter them out well enough
•The equipment is overpowering the filter (rare)

If synchronisation doesn’t come back
If synchronisation doesn’t come back during these tests, and your modem is definitely in good working order, it’s possible your broadband service has stopped working. This is probably the time you should call our support centre.

Please contact our support call centre so we can provide additional support for you on
1300 – 550 – 125