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Setup ADSL modem with Router

Posted on 2016-10-12
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Hello there,

I have a wireless dlink ADSL modem which i am using to connect to internet. Now i have brought a new ASUS router RT n66u and want to use its VPN feature. So that when i connect to internet i will always connect via its vpn. My internet isp is setup as pppoe and want to know how i can setup this asus and use the internet.

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Zolf
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by:Etienne Lau
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You need to find out if it is possible to put the ADSL modem/router into "numbered mode", and then enable/copy the PPOE username and password to your ASUS Router. Then connect the ASUS WAN interface directly to the LAN interface of the MODEM.
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by:zolf
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Thanks for your comments. No I cannot use this method. I was told there are 2 ways. Bridge and LAN
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by:Etienne Lau
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I found this article: DLINK Numbered Mode. It talks about putting DLINK Modem into numbered mode.
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by:zolf
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Dlink DSL-2750U this is my adsl model model
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I just looked at the Guide for the DSL-2750U, it appears you can put it into Bridge Mode, but you then need to configure your ASUS with all the required PPOE Settings.
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