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B10B Control Page Options

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Configurable settings

The settings that are configurable via the Control Pages are as follows:

  • WAN and Bridge options
  • Firewall
    • Enabled
    • Disabled
    • Auto (the router's default, which is Enabled)
  • DHCP Allocation
    • None
    • All
    • or chose a number of IPs that can be allocated
  • WiFi
    • Disable WiFI
    • SSID
    • WiFi Password
  • WAN Admin allowances
    • Block all
    • Only Allow AAISP (Default)
    • Allow HTTPS
    • Allow All (Not recommended)

Note that changes to the Firewall on the B10B require the change to be saved, sent to the router, and once applied a reboot command needs to be sent to the router before the change to the firewall is applied. It is planned to implement a reboot after queueing the request for the Firewall button in the near future.

Sending settings

The following buttons are available for sending settings:

Button Name Function
Send ZyXEL Configuration Sends all settings with the exception of WAN PPP mode (as this will overwrite all settings currently present in the router) and Bridge Mode. If these two functions are required, please use the BOOTSTRAP button or perform a Factory Reset.
Reset ZyXEL Configuration Issues a TR-069 reset command to reset the router back to factory default settings. The router should then log back in, and perform a Bootstrap to reprovision.
Reboot ZyXEL Issues a TR-069 reboot command to cause the router to reboot.
Clear TR069 Queue This button removes any queued TR-069 requests for the router.
IP4 This button sends IPv4 settings to the router. If you have a single /32, it will enable NAT and set the router's IP address to If you have a larger block assigned, it will disable NAT, and set the router's address to the first usable in that block, and set the subnet as appropriate for that block.
PPP This button sends your PPP username and password to the router for all LAN devices we believe it should have based upon the factory config.
WIFI This button sends WiFi settings as per the settings on the router settings page.
DHCP This button sends DHCP settings as per the settings on the router settings page.
FIREWALL This button sends the Firewall settings (enabled/disabled) to the router as per the dropdown on the router settings page. NOTE: You will need to reboot the router for this to apply once it has been sent as otherwise it does not apply.
BRIDGEMODE If Bridge Mode is set to Yes on the router settings page, this button causes a new configuration to be sent to the router to turn it into a generic VDSL/ADSL bridge. Sending a bridge mode configuration will cause all settings currently in the router to be lost.
ADMINACCESS This button sends the admin password set on the router settings page to the router, and also sends the WAN Admin settings to control where the router can be accessed from.
WANPPPOE If WAN PPPoE is set to No, this button will send a new configuration to the router to disable WAN PPP and return the 4th Ethernet port back to the LAN. This will cause all settings currently in the router to be lost. If WAN PPPoE is set to Yes, this button will do nothing, as the default configuration of the router is for WAN PPP to be enabled. To re-enable WAN PPPoE after it has been disabled, you will need to perform a factory reset of the router, which will wipe all existing configuration.
BOOTSTRAP This button sends a TR-069 Boostrap request to the router, which causes the router to request a Bootstrap from the TR-069 server, this will completely reprovision all parameters in the router, and depending on settings, may wipe all existing configuration.

Click to Access the Control Pages

Accessing This Feature

Access is via the Control Pages as follows:

  1. Log in to the Control Pages with your xxx@a login
  2. Click on the line relating to the router
  3. Click the 'Router Settings' button

Important notes regarding bridge mode

To set bridge mode, we have to send the router a new configuration file with the interfaces initialised in the correct state instead of modifying single parameters due to the design of the TR-069 client on the router. Once the router is set to bridge mode, we do not have any communication with the router in this state and as such you cannot send TR-069 parameters down to it after modifying these on the control pages.

This means that the router uses a default configuration instead of what is set on the control pages, this is as follows:

  • Username/Password: admin/1234
  • WiFi: Disabled
  • LAN IP:
  • DHCP Server: Enabled
  • DHCP Pool:

You are free to change these settings on the router, but be advised that when the router has been sent the bridge mode template, we will have no communication with the router after this, and cannot provision any settings towards the router.

To get the router talking to our TR069 server again, you will need to perform a factory reset of the router by pressing and holding the reset button for 10 seconds, and the router will talk to our TR-069 server again. If bridge mode is still set on the control pages, it will go back to bridge and ignore all other settings.

  • See: Zyxel_Bridge/Modem_Mode for step-by-step instructions for enabling and disabling bridge mode via our Control Pages