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How to access Vigor 167 Web User Interface?

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You would not normally need to access the WUI of Vigor 167, because it is a pre-configured VDSL2 / ADSL2+ modem that performs full pass-through bridge to Ethernet presentation. It can be then used by a device such as a router to connect directly to the Internet.

By default, Vigor 167 does not store any Internet usernames or passwords itself - those go into your router, or whatever you are connecting to the Vigor 167. The settings on the Vigor 167 are correct for most UK lines out of the box, so in most cases it should only be necessary to configure the router that it is connected to.

This article depicts how to access the Vigor 167 Web User Interface, and how to your network adapter settings.

The DrayTek Vigor 167 modem has a web interface available on The DHCP server is disabled by default. You need to set your computer with a static IP address to match the subnet.

The default Vigor 167 settings:

  • Configured to pass through a PPPoE connection
  • VDSL2 VLAN Tag is set to 101
  • ADSL VPI/VCI is set to 0/38 for PPPoA connections, 0/101 for MPoA connections

The above are the correct settings for the majority of UK ISPs, so you do not need to change any settings on your Vigor 167 or access its web interface. Go straight to your router setup. Some exceptions are Kingston/Karoo, O2 and Vodafone Ireland - each of those has their own settings, so check with them for their latest, specifically for your DSL type (ADSL or VDSL).

Detailed Steps for Vigor 167 WUI Access

1. Connect your computer to one of the LAN Ethernet ports available on the Vigor 167 modem.
If your Vigor 167 has already been connected to the router, you can use its second Ethernet port to access the Web User Interface directly from your PC.

2. Make sure that your computer is set with a static IP address that will match the subnet. You can set your PC to e.g., subnet mask
For Windows 10, follow the steps below. For another version of Windows OS, check this article.

To change the IP address of a network adapter in Windows 10, open the Start Menu and type "ncpa.cpl". This should then show:

Control panel item

Click on that item or press the Enter key.

This will open the Network Connections control panel.

In the Network Connections control panel window, there should be a Local Area Connection adapter, which will usually be the network adapter on the computer:

To configure the connection, either double-click the icon or right-click the adapter and select Status, which will bring up a Status window for the connection:

Click on the Details button to see the IP address details for that connection:

IP properties

Click on the Properties button to configure the connection:

In the properties window for that adapter, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then click the Properties button:

This will go to the IP address settings for the adapter, select the Use the following IP address radio button which will make it possible to enter IP address details in the fields below.

Set the IP address details to the ones shown below if accessing your DrayTek modem such as the Vigor 167

IP properties

Click OK on that window then Close or OK on the Local Area Connection properties window, which will apply the IP address changes to the network adapter:

3. Now you should be able to see the login page in your browser when connecting to
The default credentials are admin / admin
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4. (optional) Once you are finished with checking the settings of your modem, you may need to set the Local Area Connection back to DHCP:

  1. Go to the Network Connections Control Panel > Local Area Connection
  2. Right click, select Properties, go to the Properties for Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  3. Set the radio buttons to Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically
  4. Click OK on that window and OK / Close on the next window to apply that.

5. (optional) Configure the WAN interface on your router to use PPPoE and enter the username and password details for the internet connection.
Your DrayTek's WAN2 Ethernet interface can be set on the [WAN] > [Internet Access] page:
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