How do I Connect my Innomedia Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) to my HT2000W Wi-Fi Modem?

Installing the Innomedia ATA with the HT2000W
Installing your HughesNet Voice home phone equipment is easy! This quick-start video walks you through the process
Installing the Innomedia ATA with the HT2000W
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Installing your HughesNet Voice home phone equipment is easy! This quick-start video walks you through the process

What the Customer Will Need:

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    HughesNet HT2000W Modem
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    InnoMedia Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA)
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    Supplied Ethernet Cable
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    Home Computer
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    Existing Ethernet cable connecting modem to PC
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    Home phone (not provided)
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    Telephone cable

Laptop Users

The HT2000W satellite modem has a built-in wireless router. Your laptop will connect to the satellite modem wirelessly as shown. However, you can also connect by an Ethernet cable (not shown). 

Step 1 (Laptop)

Using the supplied Ethernet cable, connect any of the LAN ports of the HT2000W to the WAN port on the ATA.

Step 2 (Laptop)

Using the telephone cable provided with the InnoMedia ATA, connect the PHONE 1 port or the InnoMedia ATA to your home telephone, or home telephone base station. 

Step 3 (Laptop)

Confirm that your HugesNet satellite modem is powered up. Connect the power cable to the DC 5V jack on the ATA. Plug the power supply of your ATA into an electrical outlet. 

Desktop PC Users

A desktop PC will require an Ethernet cable connection to the HT2000W satellite modem as shown.

Step 1 (for Desktop PC)

Connect one end of the supplied Ethernet cable to one of the unused LAN ports on the satellite modem, and the other end to the WAN port of the ATA.

Step 2 (Desktop PC)

Using the telephone cable provided with the InnoMedia ATA, connect the PHONE 1 port or the InnoMedia ATA to your home telephone, or home telephone base station.

Step 3 (Laptop or Desktop PC)

Confirm that your HughesNet satellite modem is powered up. Connect the power cable to the DC 5V jack on the ATA. Plug the power supply of your ATA into an electrical outlet.

Your fully connected cables should resemble the following overview to the right: