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Cant connect to the using the router.

Im using an adsl modem which came with the package atm how ever I want to create a wireless connection, to do that first i need to get this junk of a router to connect to the net which it doesnt..
As its EOL which doesn't help much ppl at Netgear just shrugged me off. have called tiscali, who are a bunch of useless chickens when it came to giving out specific ports, so that i could use port fowarding. Can anyone tell me all the settings I need to connect? if it supported PPPoA it wouldnt have been an issue connecting to the net,

The settings used are:
VPI 0 VCI 38
MD5 Chap

by my dsl connection as usual by any1 else,


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Re: Cant connect to the using the router.

There is another option. Purchase a modem that does support PPPoA and PPPoE

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Re: Cant connect to the using the router.

Usually the ip address of the router is or If you plug it in then go to start then run. If you type in there cmd and press enter on your keyboard it take you to a dos page (black backround with white text) In there type ipconfig and then press enter on your keyboard. The default gateway is the address of your router. If you type that ip address into your address bar when you open your browser it will take you straight to the router page. There you can confgure it. Let me know how it works out.

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I think there is no need to replace the ADSL2+ Router.
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