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I don't know how it worked before, but I suspect that it isn't working now because the PAP2 isn't seeing the internet. I'd set up the router so that it logs into the DSL by itself, how do you do that ? by setting it up to handle PPPoE and entering the password into it. Then I'd set it up as a DHCP server and set all my computers to get their IPs dynamically. can you please provide instructions on how to do these steps ? That should work with the PAP2.

Hopefully some of the strong networking guys will jump in at this point and expand on all this.


I can't give you detailed instructions, because I'm not familiar with your particular router. Before you start, be sure that you record everything that you do so that you can get back to where you are now if you need to. I assume that your cabling is modem to WAN port on the router and LAN ports on the router to computers and adapter. Is that correct?

In general, you log on to your router by plugging a computer into it and then typing in its administration page address in your browser. The address and your password should be given in your operator's manual. You usually enable the router as a DHCP server for its clients by checking a box. That in turn will disable a list of static addresses. Another check box somewhere should enable PPPoE and provide you with a place to enter your DSL password, if you need one. Typically you enable dynamic addressing on your computers by going to the network setup dialog and checking a box there. Dynamic addressing is the default for the PAP2, but of course I don't know what changes you may have made to it earlier.

In all this, you can get some guidance by looking at the current network setup on your computer. Basically you want the router to take care of the logon functions that the computer is currently performing. Also please remember that I'm not a networking expert. Keep track of what you're doing so you can get back to where you are now. Hopefully some of the other forum members will jump in with additional advice.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2006 5:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

randywthp wrote:
Steve48 wrote:
I don't know how it worked before, but I suspect that it isn't working now because the PAP2 isn't seeing the internet. I'd set up the router so that it logs into the DSL by itself, how do you do that ? by setting it up to handle PPPoE and entering the password into it. Then I'd set it up as a DHCP server and set all my computers to get their IPs dynamically. can you please provide instructions on how to do these steps ? That should work with the PAP2.

Hopefully some of the strong networking guys will jump in at this point and expand on all this.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2006 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Steve48 wrote:
randywthp wrote:
Steve48 wrote:
I don't know how it worked before, but I suspect that it isn't working now because the PAP2 isn't seeing the internet. I'd set up the router so that it logs into the DSL by itself, how do you do that ? by setting it up to handle PPPoE and entering the password into it. Then I'd set it up as a DHCP server and set all my computers to get their IPs dynamically. can you please provide instructions on how to do these steps ? That should work with the PAP2.

Hopefully some of the strong networking guys will jump in at this point and expand on all this.


I can't give you detailed instructions, because I'm not familiar with your particular router. Before you start, be sure that you record everything that you do so that you can get back to where you are now if you need to. I assume that your cabling is modem to WAN port on the router and LAN ports on the router to computers and adapter. Is that correct?

In general, you log on to your router by plugging a computer into it and then typing in its administration page address in your browser. The address and your password should be given in your operator's manual. You usually enable the router as a DHCP server for its clients by checking a box. That in turn will disable a list of static addresses. Another check box somewhere should enable PPPoE and provide you with a place to enter your DSL password, if you need one. Typically you enable dynamic addressing on your computers by going to the network setup dialog and checking a box there. Dynamic addressing is the default for the PAP2, but of course I don't know what changes you may have made to it earlier.

In all this, you can get some guidance by looking at the current network setup on your computer. Basically you want the router to take care of the logon functions that the computer is currently performing. Also please remember that I'm not a networking expert. Keep track of what you're doing so you can get back to where you are now. Hopefully some of the other forum members will jump in with additional advice.


Thanks Steve, I am almost at a point where I want to cancel my Vonage service, this is all too much for me to handle.

Just when I thought it was over I got it going, I just rebooted the system and it is working now, Thanks again Steve
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