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789
Last Updated
11-16-2010 11:14 am
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Question
What Activation Key should I use to setup my Internet Connection?
Answer

Activation Keys

To set up your Gateway, you will be asked to provide a key code. The proper key code should have been provided to you either on a sticker on the shipping container, or in the documentation from your broadband service provider.

If a key code was not provided, please follow the instructions below to obtain one.

  • Determine your broadband service provider.
  • In the section for your service provider in the table below, select the description that best describes your Internet service and use the corresponding key code to the right.

522P-22P4-6262-22AT-F2NV

Most Likely: Your Internet connection uses PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet). In this case, you would have been given a username and password to set up the connection.

522P-22P4-2E62-22AT-F27W

Less Likely: Your service provider has provided you with a static IP (Internet Protocol) address to set up your Internet connection.

522P-22P4-2262-22AT-F2L3

Less Likely: Your broadband connection uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).

522P-22P4-A222-22AT-F24N

Unlikely: Your Internet connection uses PPPoA (Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM).

52FS-2374-62A2-22AS-32BT

All NetZero customers.

Verizon East

(Formerly BellAtlantic)

523E-23E4-6262-22AS-B2DD

Most Likely:Your Internet connection uses PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet). In this case, you would have been given a username and password to set up the connection.

523E-23E4-2E62-22AS-B2UE

Less Likely: Your service provider has provided you with a static IP (Internet Protocol) address to set up your Internet connection.

Verizon West

(Formerly GTE)

524Y-24Y4-2262-22AS-B2GV

Most Likely: Your broadband connection uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).

524Y-24Y4-2E62-22AS-B2T8

Less Likely: Your service provider has provided you with a static IP (Internet Protocol) address to set up your Internet connection.

525Z-29S4-6266-22AS-B2Y4

All BellSouth FastAccess customers.

All Other AT&T Broadband customers5225-26Q4-2262-22AS-B28F
All other DSL providers

5225-26P4-6262-22AS-B2E7

Most Likely: Your Internet connection uses PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet). In this case, you would have been given a username and password to set up the connection.

5225-26R4-2E62-22AS-B27H

Less Likely: Your service provider has provided you with a static IP (Internet Protocol) address to set up your Internet connection.

5225-26Q4-2262-22AS-B28F

Less Likely: Your broadband connection uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).

All other Cable providers

5225-26Q4-2262-22AS-B28F

Including but not limited to Cox Express, RoadRunner, Cox High Speed Internet, Charter or Optimum Online, Time Warner Cable.

Manual set up

5225-2374-WG62-22AS-BJ7P

To manually configure your HomePortal or OfficePortal.