Question about Paradyne (1740A1400) Router
Cisco VPN client is no problem .
When I use Nortel VPN client it´s problem.
How can I solve the problem?
SOURCE: configuring paradyne 6211 adsl2
i assume that the physical conenction of the modem to the computer is ok. if so,
- you need to access the modem's setup page by entering http://192.168.1.1 on your web browser's address bar. the default username is "user" and the default password if :admin"
- click on "device info" and select "quick setup", you can check the box "DSL Auto-connect" that will automatically detect your PVC (vpi & vci) but if you already knew these info, you can just enter it on the screen and click on "next"
- then go to "advanced setup", select "wan"
- if you don't have any "wan setup", you can click on "add" but if you do have one, you can just click on "edit" if it's not the correct internet settings
- then it'll promt you to select more settings like the "vpi" and the "vci", the "service category" (note: for the service category, you can select "UBR w/o PCR" but to make sure that it's the correct setting, you can ask your ISP). click on "next"
- select now "pppoa" or "power over atm"
- then select "vc/mux" for the "encapsulation mode"
- then click on "next", then click on "finish" to save the settings
hope this'll help you.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
SOURCE: Bridged Mode
Verify this with your ISP, but if you go into your modem settings, click on "Advanced Setup", click on WAN, when page opens, click "Edit". After clicking "Next", you come to the page labelled, "Connection Type". It is there you select what mode you'd like it to work in. When you are through selecting click NEXT till you get to the page with the SAVE button. Click Save and wait for page with FINISH to come up. Click FINISH and wait for the router to reboot(2 mins). Please write down the previous settings so you'll be able to undo whatever you do.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
ADSL2+ (aka ITU G.992.5) Is a standard that notable for its theoretical max download speed of 24 Mbps. Your carrier is mistaken. Howevver, perhaps they are claiming this because the speed is available on their end and there is a setting in your router causing the low speeds. There also could be high noise on your lines. Your router has a BER test that will tell you statistics about your line. Report that figure as well as your signal to noise ratio to your carrier to see if that changes their opinion.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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