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Setting up Wireless-N Router in a PPPOE Internet Connection

How do i setup a wireless-n router in a PPPOE Internet Connection. I want to share my files and internet connection to my wireless laptop. I want to make my PC as the server and broadcast my internet throughout my house.

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  • sir_jasonjoh Jan 30, 2009

    I have a built-in LAN Card with my motherboard..Do i need another LAN Card to share my internet in a PPPOE Internet Connection...Do i Need to Dial or Create a PPPOE Internet Connection to share my internet connection???? Can you send me images on a step-by-step procedure? Thanks! God Bless! ü

  • sir_jasonjoh Jan 30, 2009

    I forgot to specify that am setting-uP a Buffalo Wireless-N Router...Thanks!ü

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Well first of all you will have to login to your routers control panel using the software which was provided or using the web based interface...
you can set your PPPOE INTERNET connection over there as it is self explanatory in the wifi router control panel...

for sharing your files though your laptop you will have to enable file and folder sharing...
which can be done by right clicking any folder selecting properties and then sharing....

you cannot make your PC as the server in case of broadcasting Internet through your house because your wireless router is there to do that...

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Some DSL Internet Service Providers (ISPs) use Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Authentication to establish Internet connection with their end-users. This article will guide you in setting up the router's PPPoE feature.
NOTE: This article assumes that you already have the username and the password for your DSL Internet connection.

Step 1:
Access the router's web-based setup page. For instructions, click here

NOTE: If you're using a Mac, click here for instructions.

Step 2:
On the Setup tab, click the drop-down arrow for Internet Connection Type then, select PPPoE.


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Step 3:
Enter the Username and the Password for your DSL Internet connection.


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Step 4:
Select Keep Alive.

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Step 5:
Click Save Settings.

Step 6:
Click the Status tab.

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Step 7:
Verify that the Connection Type is PPPoE then, click Connect.

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Cant setup or connect to internet through router


Different ISPs require different configurations. If you have a Linksys router, such as the WRT54G, there are 2 ways on how you can configure it, either by running the Setup CD or by doing manual configuration. This particular router has its own web utility and you can access it by typing its IP addres on your web browser, ex. http://192.168.1.1. By default, it doesn’t have any username and its password is admin.

Once you’re inside the setup page, you can configure now the router for DHCP, PPPoE or STATIC IP settings. For DSL customers using a PPPoE account, some modem needs to be configured into BRIDGE MODE first and then the router will be set to PPPoE with the correct username and password (given by ISP). If your a DHCP account, modem doesn’t require any configuration. It will work with its default setting and the router would be set to DHCP. Once done, powercycle your devices to establish internet connection.

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either you need to reconfigure the router for the wireless configuration or setup the router for PPPoE connection. if you have internet directly to the modem contact your router manufacturer if not then you need to contact your ISP and ask if you need to setup the route rwith PPPoE connection and get the user/password

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My d-link router was reset and now its lock and i can't get wireless on my laptop and if i run a wire it won't go online either?my network magic shows that its connected.


Hi there.. that is right if u run a wire directly to the router it will shows that u r connected to the router but no internet connection, the setting of your router was reset and u need to configure the router setting, like the internet connection settings, if u are using a cable modem from cable isp, u need to do the mac clone of the computer that can connect to the internet to the modem, then set the router on auto-dhcp, if ur using a dsl pppoe, u need to set the router on pppoe, if ur isp gives u an ip address for static setting, u need to set the router on static ip settings, u can find the ip address settings of the isp, if ur computer is connected directly to the modem, click on start, run and type cmd, it will give u a dos prompt and type ipconfig/all and enter, it will list the ip address, subnet, default gateway and dns server.. to access the setup page of ur dlink router, pull up a browser and type in at the url:192.168.0.1 and it will ask the username and password, by default the username is admin and the pass, just leave it blank, it will show the setup page and select on manual settings for the internet connection as well as for the wireless settings.. good luck i hope this info will work, if u have any question just feel free to get in touch..

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If you are using DSL as your internet connection there is a timeout period that could be setup in the linksys.

In order to change this you need to log into your router and on check on the setup page. You see the timeout option.

Check with your linksys manual for detailed instructions for logging into the unit. If you dont have it, you can always get it from their website.

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this would be mine that no computer is connecting to the Internet right now?

here's what we need to do. We need to identify first what Internet connection type you have in there.

have checked connection on the network as well, first and foremost - modem-router-computer is the connection you have.

For cable connection, you need to do a mac cloning on the computer

For DSL connection you need to have a PPPoE connection type on the router

For cable connection:
> access the router setup screen -
> on your IE - address bar 192.168.1.1
> no username and password is admin
> on the setup tab there is a mac clone service
> enable it and hit the clone button
> save the settings after

For DSL connection:
> access the router setup screen -
> on your IE - address bar 192.168.1.1
> no username and password is admin
> under setup tab - look for internet connection type
> set it to PPPoE connection
> try to connect and save the settings there.

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If it keeps on trying to connect to PPPoE, try not to use PPPoE setting. Use Automatic Configuration or DHCP connection type.

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1. Control Panel, double-click Network Connections. 2. Click the PPPoE connection under the Broadband group that you want to share, and then click Change settings of this connection under Network Tasks. 3. On the Advanced tab, click to select the Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection check box. 4. PPPoE connections behave in a similar way as do dial-up networking (DUN) connections, and you may want the connection to be automatically dialed when another computer on your network attempts to connect to the Internet. To do this, click to select the Establish a dial-up connection whenever a computer on my network attempts to access the Internet check box. 5. If you want to allow other network users to enable or disable the shared Internet connection, click to select the Allow other network users to control or disable the shared Internet connection check box. 6. Under Internet Connection Sharing, in Home networking connection, click the LAN (Local Area Network) connection that connects the computer that is sharing its PPPoE Internet connection to the other computers on your network.

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Sounds link you need to setup PPPoE on your router. Not knowing who your ISP is, Netgear has this website that lists a lot of ISPs support on setting PPPoE up. that is located here: Netgear

If you can't find the info there, basically what you need to do is on your router, typically the main page, you might see an area that lists: DHCP, Static, PPPoE (or something similar). What you need to do, is select the PPPoE option and put your ISP login information (that is on your DSL modem now) there should be a connect or login button once your finished. Once that is done, your router does the logging in, instead of the modem.

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Sympatico


  1. Start your network in this order:
    1. Turn the modem power off.
    2. Turn the router power off.
    3. Turn the modem power back on. Wait two minutes until the lights are stable.
    4. Turn the router power back on. Wait one minute until the lights are stable.
    5. Turn the computer power back on.
  2. Open an Internet browser, and type http://192.168.0.1. If a "Configuration Assistant" appears immediately, then do not follow the rest of these instructions. Follow the Configuration Assistant instructions, instead. Once you are finished, test your Internet connection by browing online, for example to http://kbserver.netgear.com.
  3. Type admin for User Name, and password for Password. (Older routers use 1234 as the password.)
  4. Click OK. This logs you into the router
  5. Click Setup Wizard on the top left corner, Select Yes for the Setup Wizard to detect the type of internet connection and click Next.
  6. The Setup Wizard will detect the type of Internet connection. DSL connections which require a login to connect to the internet will be detected as PPPoE. Click Next
  7. Configure your router with the username and password provided by your ISP and click Apply.
  8. The router will now save these settings. When complete, you can verify whether you are connected to the internet from the Router Status > Maintenance menu.
  9. Verify you have a valid IP address (not-blank / 0.0.0.0) on the Internet Port assigned by your ISP
  10. check if you are able to go online wired..
  11. to setup wireless
  12. Click Wireless Settings under Setup menu.
  13. Under Security Options, Select WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
  14. Select Authentication type as Automatic and Encryption Strength as 64-bit (or 128-bit) - You must later configure your wireless computers with the same setting.
  15. Select Key 1 and enter any 10 hexadecimal digits - any combination of 0-9, A-F (26 digits if you selected 128-bit as the encryption strength) and Apply the settings. Please note down these values - You must later configure your wireless computers with the same setting.
  16. then check in your w/ls laptop, you would find your w/ls n/w name , try connect to it, enter your key , you would get connected

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