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Configure it manually, 8/35, pppoe, username & password... that's it.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I belive with this modem you will:
1.Access the interface, generally http://192.168.1.1/
2. Go to Advanced on the left.
3. Select WAN.
4. Now you may see several rows of info, look for the one that says PPPoE, and then click edit to the far right.
5. Select Next one time.
6. Here select "BRIDIGING".
7. Click next all the way to the end.
8. Reboot, after you clicked save of course.
This is how you bridge 98% of PPPoE providers with a similar paradign modem.
Of course the next device in line will have to provide your username and password for your DSL connection.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
SOURCE: BEETEL 220BX ROUTER
First login to your Router using default username and password
2. Click on WAN on the left side menu
3. You'll have options to add or remove configurations.
4. Please select and remove the bridge config as BSNL does not support Bridge.
5. Please click edit on the existing PPPoE Airtel Configuration
6. Set the VPI=0 and VCI=35 (for Airtel it would be 1,32) and click next
7. Select PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) and encapsulation type: LLC/Snap Bridging and click next
8. Enter the following details:
PPP Username: Your bsnl username (no need to add dataone.in)
PPP Password: Your bsnl password
PPPoE Service Name: DataOne
Authentication Method: Select CHAP
9. Check the Enable IGMP Multicast Option
Check Enable WAN Service Option
Enter the Service Name as Dataone
10. Click Next and Save. You should also save and reboot your modem.
If doing the above does not works, check if you have anything set Under TR-069 Client and remove all entries in this section however it may not allow you to save so you may just put the ACS URL as ( it won't accept this field to be blank so just enter any thing, I entered http://bsnl). Save and reboot the router. Should be online now.
let me know if anyone benefited from the above information - email@example.com
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
There is a pretty good writeup here:
But if you have already configured the modem and it does work.
All you need to do is plug an ether net cable from that to the 'Uplink' port on the back of the WRT router.
After that it should serve that conection out to the machines that are cabled to it. The other machines that you will connect wirelessly can be done through the web interface to the WRT. Which will appear at 192.168.1.1
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: Connection using DSL-2640T
Try this. It was meant for configuration with Streamyx but you can ask your ISP for the required values circled in the pictures.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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