Hello Friends...Im Using windows 98 and have taken a new connection of bsnl dataone..and im havin a modem beetel 220bx adsl+ modem provided by airtel....but im not able to browse the net...i think the modem is not configured ....plz help me to configure the modem....
Since your OS is Windows98 could be some changes in the procedure for setting the broadband connection in the computer. Modem settings should not be different. http://i21.tinypic.com/33osc9d.jpg DQUF will not work for you now.Ip 117.xx.xx.xx
Anyway will give you the proper link/s later.
Only for reference about Windows 98.
Other settings should be similar for Beetel220BX /UT300R2U BSNL BROADBAND MAIN MENU Download Windows98SE update patch./PPPoE dialer
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Installation Process of Beetel 220BX Combo modem.
Modem settings for NIC/LAN card:
Default Ip address 192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
IP address 192.168.1.x ( x= 2 to 50 (say)) DNS server
use open DNS 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206
Log in the router page in IE: 192.168.1.1 ID admin password password
1.In WAN set up select 0_35
2.Click on ADD/edit ( VPI 0 and VCI 35 )
(* most important setting ) then click on next
3. Select PPP over Ethernet PPPoE
4. Select llc/snap-bridging click NEXT
5. In PPP username and password
( *without @ bsnl.in)
6. Enter PPPoE service as BSNL
7. Use Authentication mode as AUTO
8. Leave other two boxes unchecked. click NEXT
9. Click NEXT again
10 Clickon SAVE on the NEXT screen
11. Clickon SAve Reboot and WAIT for approx 5 mnts.
12. Configuration is successful Happy surfing
Hi in Win98 there is no PPPOE capability in the OS, so one cant run the Beetel 220BX in bridge mode without a PPPOE client software.
But hey since Beetel 220BX has router/PPPOE capability one just has to enable DHCP from LAN settings and run PPPOE mode. Thats it...and you are set.
reference links by essbebe http://192.168.1.1/main.html
Advance settings>>>LAN>>>Enable DHCP.
Advance settings>>>WAN>>>Edit>>>VCI/VPI=0/35>>>PPPOE>>>Username & Pass>>>Save>>>Save and Reboot.
In additions to this you can also put the DNS servers in manually in TCP/IP options.
Properties of LAN>>>TCP/IP Options>>>Manually specify DNS servers...
Enter the Airtel Servers or OpenDNS.
Note: TCP/IP has to be installed from Win98 CD....