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How do I configure my SMC Turbo router for a DSL Internet connection?

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In the routers web-interface -> click on login (password would be either 'blank' or 'smcadmin') -> home network settings -> WAN -> PPPoE -> more configuration -> enter the following values: * Type in the username and password that have been provided by your ISP. * Set MTU = 1440. * Set maximum idle time to zero.

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