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Maxis Fiber Router Replacement to support VOIP

This is very interesting topic to discuss, how to replace the maxis router with your own router to support the VOIP. Maxis fiber come with default router Technicolor TG389AC which for me is not that good for wireless signal especially for Condo type of house.

If you dont like this setup, you can buy DLINK DSL-G2452DG which is around RM300 come with VOIP support.

For this tutorial i will show how to configure the Maxis fiber Internet using your own router


  • Maxis Broadband Router Technicolor RG389A
  • Wireless Router TP-LINK TL-WR841HP ** Make sure your router is Maxis Fiber ready
  • VDSL Model Huawei HG655m
  • DECT Phone by Maxis
    1.  Use the LAN cable and connect the Maxis Router (WAN Port) to VDSL Modem (LAN2)
    2.  Use the LAN cable and connect the TP-Link Router (WAN Port) to VDSL Modem (LAN3)
    3.  Use the LAN cable via LAN4 in VDSL Modem and Connect to your Laptop/Desktop
    4.  Configure Static IP to Ethernet interface to /
    5.  Open Web Browser and type
    6.  Enter Username & Password
      Username : admin
      Password : hs5711Bbvl
    7. Under Basic > WAN and look for ptm1.621 – Maxis use 621 for Internet and 821 for VOIP.
    8. Click connection ptm1.621 and Un-tick Port Binding & VLAN Tagging LAN2
    9. Select Port Binding & VLAN Tagging LAN3 and Submit to save
    10. Then Configure your own router eg: TP-LINK in this case and configure your Maxis fiber connection via quick setup


  •  Then save & Enjoy. Now you are able to use internet via own router.
  • Please swiff off your Maxis Router Wireless if you dont want to use.
  • Now the Internet is connected via your own Router and VOIP (Phone via Maxis Router)
  • Network diagram as below.



11 thoughts on "Maxis Fiber Router Replacement to support VOIP"

  • firdaus says:

    ni awak buat sendiri ke? awak memang guna maxis fibre?

  • akuadi says:

    yes, mmg guna sendiri

  • Arman says:

    Awak pakai package speed berapa?

  • yin says:

    Is TP-LINK TL-WR841HP good enough for Maxis Fibre 10mbps or should I get TP-LINK TL-WR941HP? Wifi is a bit issue in my double-storey house but I do use Powerline plug upstairs to extend my wifi.

  • akuadi says:

    its depend on your house wifi coverage for me also..the TP-LINK is not good for double story house, at the moment im also using the wifi extender

  • Jeff says:

    Hi Adi,
    I’m Jeff, and I’m also on Maxis Fibre 30 meg pkg using the 389ac stock router. Was lucky to come across this posting of yrs. How has this setup worked for you since you hooked up the 841hp ? I am contemplating getting it since the 389ac has poor reception in my dbl-storey hse (router downstairs but upstairs has avg to no reception !) I noticed you hooked up the 841 direct to Huawei modem. Instead, I’m thinking of setting it up as an access point connected to the 389ac directly since I just bought a repeater. Appreciate yr feedback/comments ….cheers & happy surfing

  • akuadi says:

    Firstly please double check your Modem its this model VDSL Model Huawei HG655m, because most of new house they changes to new model, its no longer having the GUI.
    841 is not got for double story house, i just recently move to double story house and i extend my wifi upstair with Aztech HomePlug AV 500Mbps

  • Aris says:

    If you dont like this setup, you can buy DLINK DSL-G2452DG which is around RM300 come with VOIP support.

    Do u have guide for above ?
    I dun wan to use thomson as my voip. i wan dlink serve as my voip & AP wifi
    In other word only 2 devices exist, huawei & dlink

  • akuadi says:

    you can straight away buy the DLINK and configure the username/password as simple as that. There is no complex setup if you use the DLINK DSL-G2452DG

  • Jeff says:

    Thanks for the input. My Huawei modem is the HG8240. I think the choice of which model used should be irrelevant. I’ve set up the 841 as an access point connected to the modem, and it works beautifully. Signal coverage is excellent for the upper floor – full bars @ only 75% power setting. Speed tests also confirmed it. Made the wifi repeater redundant. Compared with the dlink 2452, it’s about half the price. Cheers

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