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D-link DGL-4500 is not accessing my dsl modem

I just purchased the d-link DGL-4500 router. I have walked through the wizard setup. I have both a wireless laptop and wired desktop that I have connected to the router. Both are connecting to the router but the router is not accessing my dsl modem. In reviewing the data on the display the infomation is indicating that the router is blocking incoming ICMP packet (ICMP type 8) each time I try to access the internet (DSL modem).

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Make sure the dsl modem is in bridge mode. you do this by connecting directly to the modem then accessing modem configuration page. after doing this connect the way everything was before. now go to router admin page, then setup tab at the top, then choose internet, manual setup. in the place where its says my internet connection is select PPPoE. then put in your dsl username, password and etc. save settings. this should fix the problem

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1. The DSL modem (not your router) must be set to bridged mode, not PPPoE. Your modem has a web interface that can be accessed via a direct ethernet connection between the pc and modem. After making this change, reconnect your modem to your router.

2. The router has to be configured to use PPPoE and the AT&T login username has to be the full email address. (Mine ends in bellsouth.net) Make sure that your password is entered correctly by checking the status page for an established connection.

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