Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
If you have a WRT54G router then there is no option on the setup page where you can configure virtual circuits(VPI/VCI). What you need is a WAG54G(wireless G ADSL gateway) which is a A/DSL modem and router bulit in to one device, there you have an option to setup your virtual circuits manually. Now if your A/DSL modem functions as a gateway, just configure you the settings on the modem instead on the router then just set your Linksys router's internet connection type to Automatic Configuration DHCP and it should be up and running.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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you must need to put in more than the ppoe connection type, there is the vpi =0, vci =38, then input your isp's username and password to get a connection.
All this must be done via the RJ45 cable and making sure that the pc's lan card is set to obtain an ip address automatically.
To get into the routers settings, type into your web browser either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.0.100, as i'm not sure that actuall routers address, sometims it's on the underneath or refer to the manual.
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