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I am trying to set up PPTP connection to the internet on my WRV54G router (behind a cable modem). The set up calls for a fixed IP address, mask and gateway address, but my ISP is not providing those - only a host name of destination. How can I set up the PPTP connection on this router (note that when setting a PPTP on my XP, am not required to provide a fixed IP and other parameters - only the host address). Thanks.

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  • dedeg Mar 12, 2009

    Thank you for trying but I need to connect using PPTP protocol to the ISP (the cable company is not the ISP here).

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Most cable companies are dhcp configured. so you would leave the wan config as default. the only thing i would do is mask the computer mac address. this should give you the access you need.

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