Netgear Netgear DGN3500: Entering PPPoE

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  1. XB1R Hades
    XB1R Hades Guest

    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: Entering PPPoE


    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: Entering PPPoE
    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.0.1
    • Username - admin
    • Password - password
    Entering PPPoE

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    4. From the left hand menu select Basic Settings.
    5. Where it says Does your internet connection require a login select yes.
    6. Enter the user name and password for your pppoe in their respective fields.
    7. Select apply.

    :)
     
    XB1R Hades, Jul 25, 2014
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  2. XB1R Hades
    XB1R Hades Guest
    Netgear: Entering PPPoE

    Netgear (Routers): Entering PPPoE
    Login Information


    Entering PPPoE

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Login to router by entering
      http://routerlogin.net
      in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password.the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    4. From the left hand menu select Basic Settings.
    5. Where it says Does your internet connection require a login select yes.
    6. Enter the user name and password for your pppoe in their respective fields.
    7. Select apply.
     
    XB1R Hades, Jul 25, 2014
    #2
  3. XB1R Athena
    XB1R Athena Guest
    Netgear: Entering PPPoE

    Netgear (Routers): Entering PPPoE
    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.1.1, 10.0.0.1, or routerlogin.net
    • Username - admin
    • Password – password

    Netgear - Smart Wizard- Light Blue

    Entering PPPoE

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Login to router by entering
      http://routerlogin.net
      in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password.the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    4. From the left hand menu select Basic Settings.
    5. Where it says Does your internet connection require a login select yes.
    6. Enter the user name and password for your pppoe in their respective fields.
    7. Select apply.


    Netgear - Genie - Black/Purple

    Entering PPPoE

    1. Login to router by entering
      http://routerlogin.net
      in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the username and password.

      the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. Select the Basic tab from the tabs at the top.
    4. Select Internet from the the menu on the left
    5. Where it asks if your internet connection requires a login select yes.
    6. Input in your PPPOE user name and password.
    7. Select Apply.
     
    XB1R Athena, Jul 25, 2014
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  4. GMAN990 Win User

    Strict NAT with correct ports

  5. GMAN990 Win User

    netgear wgr614v10 NAT strict

    Ok the issue is with the modem then, leave your router setup as it is now. You will need to "bridge" the modem (how you do that depends on the model of modem") and then enter your PPPoE details into your Netgear if your ISP uses PPPoE to connect

    www.unofficialguidetolive.co.uk/.../171-how-to-configure-a-netgear-router-to-use-pppoe

    You need to be prepared to do this change because if you don't have all of the info you need like the PPPoE username/password (if your ISP uses it) you can end up cutting yourself and have to reset the modem again.

    Its not hard to do I just wanted to make you aware that's all, and its the only way you will fix this.
  6. ArminatorX Win User

    Netgear DGN3500: Netgear LB2120 UPnP Unavailable

    I'm a bit confused about what you mean by "this device is linked to an actual router".

    From the specifications, the LB2120 takes a wired WAN (e.g. from a DSL or cable modem), and also supports 4G cellphone based connections.

    Such a setup is fine for fault tolerance or speed boosts, if the 4G network is significantly faster than your DSL or cable connection.

    However: most internet providers don't have enough IPv4 adresses for cellphone connections, and therefore use CG-NAT and tunneling techniques like DS-Lite to tunnel IPv4 through an IPv6 address. So multiplayer via cellphone connections hardly work properly.

    As for your Nexxt Solutions router: If that really is a router, and not just a cable modem, then you have a double NAT, as the Nexxt router and your LB2120 are both NAT devices.

    And, to top it off, your ISP might also do CG-NAT on your cable/DSL connection, which would give you a triple NAT.

    Is there a specific reason to why you need the LB2012 for your Xbox? If it's about the "speed" you'd get from the 4G connection, you can use that speed only for downloading games faster. It will not help you for multiplayer or Party chat connections.

    If possible, connect your Xbox as "close" as possible to the internet connection with as few devices between the console and internet. Which means to plug it into the Nexxt Solutions router.

    When on the router, use your PC to sign into it's configuration page, and take a note of the Nexxt Solutions WAN IP address (i.e. the IP you get from your internet provider). Then surf to a page like https://www.whatismyip.com/ and
    make a note of the "Your Public IP" address. If the public IP from the page and the WAN IP on your Nexxt Solutions router are different, your ISP is using CG-NAT and you need to contact him to ask for a proper public IPv4 Address that is not NATed.
  7. GMAN990 Win User

    ICMP Error

    Hi

    The Zyxel is a modem/router have you bridged the modem because if not you will suffer issues as you have two devices that are both NAT'ing otherwise , the Zyxel and the Netgear

    If you are not sure about bridging please contact your ISP as you may need additional details (PPPoE username/password) to enter into your Netgear before the change will work
  8. GMAN990 Win User

    Connecting multplie Xbox's to live over same connection

    As long as your modem supports ADSL2+ and you can bridge it that's all you need to be honest, all it needs to do is shift data from the Internet to your router and vice-versa all of the hard work is done by the router

    The DGTeam firmware sounds like a good option, so you could bridge it and then setup your router to use PPPoE hopefully

    www.unofficialguidetolive.co.uk/.../203-how-to-configure-a-netgear-router-to-use-pppoe
    that is where you would enter the Sky username/password
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