I. Product Setup Guides

Vigor 2760 Setup on ADSL/VDSL (DrayOS f/w 3.x.x)

Vigor 2760
BT Infinity
VDSL Setup

This guide applies only to the DrayOS/Delight version of the Vigor 2760 series (models with firmware 3.x.x or later. For help on determining which version you have, see this guide.

Much of the router's configuration is preset by default to settings appropriate for the UK, however some ISPs do use different settings and you also need to enter your individual account details.

Understanding the 'WAN' Ports

Before you install the router, be clear about the different WAN (Internet) connectivity methods which the Vigor 2760 (DrayOS/Delight version) can support so that you follow the right instructions for your particular type of Internet connection:

Connection Port Details
ADSL/ADSL2+ Service
VDSL Service (FTTC/BT Infinity). Some ISPs (incorrectly) call this 'fibre' broadband (because it's delivered to the street cabinet by fibre!), but it's delivered to your home/office on regular copper wires (your phone line).
Ethernet WAN2
If your Internet comes in via another modem or other RJ-45 connection you can use WAN2 instead of xDSL.
If you enable WAN2, then it uses the LAN4 port to connect to the Internet device (leaving you with 3 LAN ports). This method may be suitable for connection to Virginmedia (cable) modems or satellite services.
3G/4G Modem


Using a compatible 3G/4G USB modem, you can use 3G/4G networks for your Internet connection, or as backup (failover) to your primary Internet connection. Check here for a list of compatible modems.

Hardware Installation

Please refer to the printed Quick Setup Guide for details of how to physically install the router and for an explanation of each of the ports and front panel LEDs.

Logging into the router

Your PC should be connected to one of the LAN ports on the router. You can also use wireless, in which case you must connect to the router's SSID ('DrayTek') already; the WPA2 password is printed on the underside of the router.

Open a web browser on your PC and type

The following prompt will ask for the router’s username and password. The default is “admin/admin” for Username/Password (you should change that at your earliest opportunity, from the system maintenance menu). Click Login to open the web user interface (WUI).

Note : Normally, your computer will get its IP address dynamically from the router (using ‘DHCP’), otherwise you must set the PCs IP address to be in the same IP subnet as the router (e.g. The default IP address of the Vigor 2760 router is

The main router dashboard gives you a live snapshot of the current router and ports’ status:

Now select the correct next part of this guide according to the WAN connection you have.


Configuring WAN1 for Internet Access

From the main router menu (left hand side), Select [WAN] > [General Setup]. The below menu will appear:

Click on the WAN1 link to open the following page:

The default settings should be connect for most ISPs; ensure that 'Enable' is set to Yes. Enter your ISP's name into the 'Display Name' box, e.g. 'BT' or 'Sky Broadband' and then click OK.

Next open the menu [WAN] > [Internet Access] as shown below:

Click the Details Page button for WAN1.

Depending on your your ISP, click either the PPPoE/PPPoA, MPoA/Static or Dynamic tab (see below):

The PPPoE/PPPoA tab and the default settings above are appropriate for nearly all ISPs in the UK.

Users in Ireland may have different settings requirements:
For VDSL/FTTC users may need a VLAN tag of 10 (configured from [WAN] > [General Setup] > WAN1 > VDSL: VLAN Tag Insertion) and for ADSL, use PPPoE/LLC with VPI/VCI settings of 8 and 35 (check with your ISP for the latest settings).

Sky Broadband is one ISP which does vary; it may use the DHCP method and require setting of the DHCP Option parameters; please refer to specific help guides if you are using Sky (or former O2/Be).

Enter the ISP’s name and username/password in the boxes shown at the top right of the above image.

Click OK to save. The router will restart to activate the settings and you should then be online to the Internet.