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Setting up PPPoA with DFL-210

Posted on 2008-10-30
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Hi

I have just bought a DFL-210 but can't get the internet connection working on it.  The options don't allow me to set up a PPPoA connection.  I've attached the quick start guide I'm using - can anyone shed some light on this for me?

Thanks for your help!
DFL-210-A4-QIG-1.03-B--press-.pdf
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I have a DFL-210 and managed to get connections only after I made sure all references to ip address were names.  Those names must then be in the address book with the actual IP address.  Simply having the numbers in the object does not work, you must have names.
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Can you tell me how you got PPPoA to work?  When you use the wizard or try to configure the internet connection you only get Static, DHCP, PPPoE, PPTP and Big Pond as options.  Can you use one of these options?

Any pointers or help you can give me would be much appreciated!
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Sorry, I did not actually use the PPPoA.  I just noticed that all entries had to be names in order for anything to work.
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