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How can i connect 2wire router with optus broadband

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  • oddity_tech May 11, 2010

    does optus provide an ISP username and password?

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YES
connecting with PPPoE on ur modem router the will this could be ur primary email and password this should be on ur bill under member ID if u dont know it call them up the should give it to u

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If it is a DSL modem, it will not work with your cable internet.

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