How to configure Dreytek vigour 2801 router for ADSL?

My company's adsl llink was upgraded recently, and lot of changes in term of settings. I need to change it, as according to my ISP, the following settings need to apply:

           Encapsulation: aal5snap
           vpi/vci: 8/35
           RFC 1483

           WAN IP
           My company: a.a.a.b
           ISP: a.a.a.a
           mask: 255.255.255.0252

            LAN IP
            c.c.c.240 - c.c.c.255
            mask 255.255.255.240

How to set them in my router?
BalackAsked:
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
If you follow the stages through the manual it's explained quite well.
Make sure you have the logon credentials (username & password) for ADSL access.
Connect the ADSL line and the PC you are going to use to set up the router
Use the browser on the PC to log into the router by browsing to 192.168.1.1
Run the Quick Start Wizard & use the login information, make sure you select PPPoE LLC/SNAP as the protocol to be used
Save those changes.
That completes the first part of your requirement ( Encapsulation: aal5snap, vpi/vci: 8/35)

Next you need to change the Fixed IP address setting for the connection to "Yes" and setting the WAN address, your provider should also have given you external DNS server addresses.  It sounds from your list that you need to set the ISP IP address and then set the Company IP as an alias.  Check with your provider which way 'round.
Then set up MPoA (this is the RFC 1483 part of your requirement)
Once you have that done you then should have a connection to the Company WAN and just need to set the IP addresses for machines that are behind the Vigor
 
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BalackAuthor Commented:
I'm not familiar with the above router. But, I did check, not option "aal5snap" is available.
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Yes, here's the manual - you need to set the protocol as LLC/SNAP
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BalackAuthor Commented:
Hi Masqueraid, can you show me step-by-step, thanks.
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BalackAuthor Commented:
ok, I'll try it out...
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BalackAuthor Commented:
It doesn't work as the line is not ADSL, instead, it is G.SHDL line. So the above Dreytek router doesn't support.

Now, we decided to get Draytek 2920. Do you have a configuration for G.SHDL? What alternative Cisco router can support G.SHDL line?
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BalackAuthor Commented:
ok
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