Fios Quantum Gateway Setup
- Fios QuantumTM Gateway Quick Start Guide for Existing Users
- Fios QuantumTM Gateway Quick Start Guide for New Users
- Fios QuantumTM Gateway User Guide
- Troubleshooting and Features
- Learn About Dual Band Features
STEP 1 ARE YOU A NEW Fios CUSTOMER?
If yes, please refer to the Fios TV Self Installation Guide to set up and activate your Fios TV services.
If you are an existing Fios customer and are upgrading or replacing your Gateway, please proceed to STEP 2 below.
STEP 2 CONNECT YOUR GATEWAY
Locate your existing router and note where cables are plugged in.
A. Connect Gateway To The Internet (WAN)
If your WAN connection is Coax: Connect one end of the Coax cable to your Coax port on the wall, and the other end to the Coax connector on the new Gateway.
If your WAN connection is Ethernet: Connect one end of the white Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on your wall, and the other end to the WHITE Ethernet port on the Gateway.
B. Connect Power
Plug the new power adaptor into the green DC jack on the new Gateway and then into a power outlet. Wait For The Power/Internet Light on the front of the Gateway to stop blinking and become solid. If after several minutes the light is not solidly lit, check the troubleshooting steps .
STEP 3 CONNECT DEVICE TO THE GATEWAY
Wired: Connect one end of the yellow Ethernet cable to any YELLOW Ethernet port on the Gateway, and the other end to your device.
Wireless: Go to your device’s Wi-Fi settings and select your new Gateway from the list of available wireless networks. Look for the Wireless Network Name (ESSID) shown on the sticker on the side of the Gateway, and enter the WPA2 key (Wireless Password/Key) also shown on the sticker.
To learn more, go to verizon.com/fioshomenetwork
STEP 4 (optional) PERSONALIZE GATEWAY
Launch a web browser.
Type myfiosgateway.com into the address bar.
Locate administrator password shown on sticker on side of Gateway and enter into box.
Follow the on-screen directions to personalize your new Gateway.
Did You Know?
Many equipment problems can be fixed in less than 5 minutes!
Make sure your equipment is plugged in and that the power is working in the rest of your house.