Linksys: Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE

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  1. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest

    Linksys: Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE


    Linksys (Routers): Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE
    Login Information

    • Gateway: 192.168.0.1
    • Username: leave blank
    • Password: admin
    Entering PPPoE

    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Log into the router by entering the default gateway (192.168.0.1) into the address bar of the internet browser.
    3. When prompted to login, leave the user name blank and type in “admin” for the password.
    4. Select "Setup" from the menu at the top.
    5. Select "Basic Setup" from the sub menu.
    6. Select "PPPoE" from the "Internet Connection Type" drop down menu.
    7. Enter the PPPoE User Name and Password provided by your internet service provider.
    8. Select the "Keep Alive" radio button.
    9. Select Save Settings.

    :)
     
    XB1R Hydros, Aug 15, 2014
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  2. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest
    Ubiquiti: Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE

    Ubiquiti (Routers): Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: ubnt
    • Password: ubnt
    Entering PPPoE

    Note: Please make sure you have the PPPoE login information from your ISP before you begin this process.

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “WAN Network Settings” section, select PPPoE next to WAN IP Address.
    7. Enter in the PPPoE Username.
    8. Enter in the PPPoE Password. Verify the password is correct.
    9. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Bridge mode:

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, next to “Network Mode” Select Bridge.
    7. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.
     
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  3. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest
    Zyxel: Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE

    Zyxel (Modems/Gateways): Bridging Guide/ Entering PPPoE
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: admin
    • Password: 1234
    Entering PPPoE

    Note: You will need the have the PPPoE information beforehand. Contact your ISP if you need to collect this information.



    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type the gateway address: 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, select
      apply.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type admin for the username and type
      1234 for the password.
    5. Once logged in Select Network.
    6. Select the WAN Configuration option.
    7. Select the PPPoE option.
    8. Enter the PPP Username.
    9. Enter the PPP Password.
    10. Enter the PPPoE Service Name.
    11. Check the Enable NAT box.
    12. Check the Enable Full cone NAT box.
    13. Check the Enable Firewall box.
    14. Select the Next button. Continue to follow the prompts to save changes.
    15. The device will reboot.
     
    XB1R Hydros, Aug 15, 2014
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  4. 2340293u oifjdsohf Win User

    Zhone: Bridging Guide

    With ISP distributel - a factory restore will set bridge mode, PPPOE login info will need to be entered into router to regain web access.
  5. Badmojo2074 Win User

    NAT help

    Yes. I would try setting your Speedstream 4300 to bridged mode and letting the Linksys handle PPPoE (if necessary) and then try using just UPnP with your Linksys. If you search the web, you'll find a bunch of tutorials on setting the Speedstream to bridges
    mode.

    Two Xbox on one network shouldn't be a problem. If you have trouble with UPnP or port forwarding, you can always put one or both Xboxen in the DMZ.
  6. XBR Poseidon Win User

    Netgear Netgear 7550: Bridging Guide

    The PPPoE information will need to be entered into your router for the bridge to work. For further assistance please post in the support forums specific to your console. These forums are meant to be informational only.
  7. ChimpZealot Win User

    Strict NAT

    You need to bridge that speedstream. You can either find a guide online (it's pretty easy) or call up Windstream and ask them to walk you through that. You'll then need to type your pppoe settings into the netgear.
  8. GMAN990 Win User

    Seeking help, unable to connect through router

    Hi

    The Westell is actually a modem/router and running NAT so you are "double NAT'ing" which is causing a problem

    To solve this you will need to "bridge" the Westell and hand off all of the work to the Belkin

    www.dslreports.com/.../6324

    BUT

    Before you do that you need to establish whether your ISP uses PPPoE authentication or not, if they do you need to ensure you have your PPPoE username/password because you will need to enter those into your Belkin as you will need to change your WAN settings
    on the Belkin to PPPoE and then enter that username/password after you have bridged the modem.

    So before attempting this please ensure you have the information you need
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