How do i configure an always on connection

uday_ananth

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ar007

This might help you. :rolleyes:

Originally posted by agnivo007@Apr 21 2005, 10:19 AM
Hi ways2gain,
BSNL service is reported to be unsatisfactory in central & S.Kolkata. I don't know where u stay. In N.Kolkata, things are fine ! In fact u should immediately call DataOne fault repair to check your line for line attenuation and SNR. As for ur question, things are same for win98 and winXP.
Do the following : In TCP/IP prop. of network adapter, set to obtain IP automatically.
Connect ur modem lan cable to pc and fire 192.168.1.1 to access management interface. For default login, read manual. Enter userid,pass,conn.type=PPPoE LLC,defaultroute=on,nat=on,virtual circuit=on, always on=on,VCI=35,VPI=0,mru=1458,dhcpmode=server.
Now save settings and reboot PC and modem. It has been set for always on and autodial. If you plug in the modem to a switch and connect multiple PCs to the switch, all PCs will gain access. If u have single pc just connecting lan cable to modem and PC will do fine. I have been using the router functionality and works fine.

All the best,  ;)
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harirajesh

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Originally posted by ar007@May 5 2005, 04:13 PM
This might help you.  :rolleyes:
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get me the steps with the screen shots
 


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ar007

Please don't ask for screenshots...there are many things to do...
 

vishalrao

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harirajesh must be a managerial types 8-Pcheck out appaji.net for a link to a BSNL FAQ... and please don't ask me to give you screenshots or a direct link :cool:
 

cutekiran_jnc

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create a PPPoE connection... go to the properties and click on th options tab.. and uncheck the second option there reffering to " prompt for username and password" and then clikc on ok.. copy this icon from the desktop and paste it in the start up file.
 


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ar007

But that's not the actual way. It would fail in multi-user configurations. One has to make settings in the modem for proper always on and plug-n-play net access.
 

cutekiran_jnc

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Originally posted by ar007@May 7 2005, 10:36 AM
But that's not the actual way. It would fail in multi-user configurations. One has to make settings in the modem for proper always on and plug-n-play net access.
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it wont... coz u chose the option put there as allow all users to use it.. plug and play never works for dsl modems