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Dialup - Setting Up Your New Connection

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Setting Up Your Dialup Connection
Click on your computers operating system below for instructions on setting up your dialup connection.

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Setting Up Your DSL Connection


DSL Setup/Config

Which connection type do I use to configure my DSL modem?
PPPoA


DSL Setup for Actiontec GT701 (wireless)
  1. Open up your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Netscape, etc.)
  2. In the Address bar in the web browser type in 192.168.0.1 (www is not required).
  3. Hit Enter on your keyboard and the Actiontec modem configuration interface will appear.
  4. Select Setup / Configuration
  5. Now Select [Advanced Setup] in the left hand column.
  6. Select [Begin Advanced Setup] in the center of the page.
  7. Select [Wireless Settings] in the left hand column.
  8. Find Wireless and select [On].
  9. Find Security and select [WEP] (for Wireless Encryption Protocol Recommended Security).
  10. Select [NEXT]
  11. Next to field labeled [Key 1:] leave the default value at [64 bits].
  12. You will now be required to create a 64-bit WEP key. Follow the instructions below to create this key.

    REMEMBER TO WRITE THIS DOWN AS YOU WILL NEED IT FOR THE OTHER COMPUTERS YOU CONNECT TO THE NETWORK.

    A 64-BIT WEP key is any 10 digit combination of numbers 0-9 and letters a-f you create.
    Here are two examples of 64-bit WEP:
    1) 12 34 56 ab cd
    2) ab cc de fa bd

    Write down your WEP key for future reference when adding other computers to your network.
  13. In the box next to [Key 1:] insert the 64-bit WEP key you created above.
  14. Select [Save and Restart] in the left hand column.
  15. On your DSL modem the Green Light should be on for [wireless].
  16. Select [Save and Restart] in the center of the page.

DSL Setup for Cisco 675 Modem with Dynamic IP (DHCP)
Programming a Cisco 675 in PPP Mode with DHCP (Dynamic) IP Addressing.

Access your Cisco Modem with the Management Cable using Hyper Terminal.

Go through the following steps:
PLEASE NOTE: Where there are italics (such as your-password-here) that is where you will enter YOUR password or YOUR user id, not what is written.

enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set nvram erase
write
reboot
(at the Hello hit enter, at the password hit enter)
enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set ppp wan0-0 ipcp 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 dns 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 login your-user-id-here
set ppp wan0-0 password your-password-here
set ppp restart enable
set nat enable
set dhcp server enable
set web disable
set web port 35234
set password exec your-password-here
write
reboot

Your exec password is the password that you will use to get into your Cisco modem later. Write this password down.


DSL Setup for a Cisco 675 with Static IP(s)
DSL - Programming a Cisco 675 in PPP Mode with Assigned (Static) IP Addressing.

Access your Cisco Modem with the Management Cable using Hyper Terminal.

Go through the following steps:
PLEASE NOTE: Where there are italics (such as your-password-here) that is where you will enter YOUR information, not what is written.

enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set nvram erase
write
reboot
(at the Hello hit enter, at the password hit enter)
enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set ppp wan0-0 ipcp 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 dns 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 login your-user-id-here
set ppp wan0-0 password your-password-here
set int eth0 address your gateway address here
set int eth0 netmask your subnet mask address (What is my Subnet Mask? See below)
set ppp restart enable
set nat disable
set dhcp server disable
set web disable
set web port 35234
set password exec your-password-here
write
reboot

Your exec password is the password that you will use to get into your Cisco modem later. Write this password down.


DSL Setup for Cisco 678 with Dynamic IP (DHCP)
DSL - Programming a Cisco 678 in PPP Mode with DHCP (Dynamic) IP Addressing.

Access your Cisco Modem with the Management Cable using Hyper Terminal.

Go through the following steps:
PLEASE NOTE: Where there are italics (such as your-password-here) that is where you will enter YOUR password or YOUR user id, not what is written.

enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set nvram erase
write
reboot
(at the Hello hit enter, at the password hit enter)
enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set ppp wan0-0 ipcp 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 dns 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 login your-user-id-here
set ppp wan0-0 password your-password-here
set ppp restart enable
set nat enable
set dhcp server enable
set int wan0-0 disable
set int wan0-0 vpi 0
set int wan0-0 vci 32
set int wan0-0 enable
set web disable
set web port 35234
set password exec your-password-here
write 
reboot

Your exec password is the password that you will use to get into your Cisco modem later. Write this password down.


DSL Setup for Cisco 678 with Static IP(s)
DSL - Programming a Cisco 678 in PPP Mode with Assigned (Static) IP Addressing.

Access your Cisco Modem with the Management Cable using Hyper Terminal.

Go through the following steps:
PLEASE NOTE: Where there are italics (such as your-password-here) that is where you will enter YOUR information, not what is written.

enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set nvram erase
write
reboot
(at the Hello hit enter, at the password hit enter)
enable
(at the password prompt hit enter)
(you should now be at a cbos# )
set ppp wan0-0 ipcp 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 dns 0.0.0.0
set ppp wan0-0 login your-user-id-here
set ppp wan0-0 password your-password-here
set int eth0 address your gateway address here
set int eth0 netmask your subnet mask address (What is my Subnet Mask? See below)
set ppp restart enable
set nat disable
set dhcp server disable
set int wan0-0 disable
set int wan0-0 vpi 0
set int wan0-0 vci 32
set int wan0-0 enable
set web disable
set web port 35234
set password exec your-password-here
write
reboot

Your exec password is the password that you will use to get into your Cisco modem later. Write this password down.


DSL Setup for 2Wire 2700HG-D Dynamic Setup
  1. Start your web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox. If it attempts to load a page, press the Stop button at the top of the browser window.
  2. In the Address or Location bar of your web browser, clear any address that may be present then enter http://192.168.0.1 and press [Enter].
  3. In the browser window the 2Wire main menu should appear. In the middle right of the screen is the Wizards section, in there click on the Advanced Configuration Settings link.
  4. Select the appropriate Time Zone for your locale.
  5. The Connection Mode should already be set to PPP Mode with PPPoA as the selected connection type.
  6. Enter your Avvanta User Name in the Username box. Your Username is the first half of your email address on Avvanta's system. In the Password box, enter the password you selected when you created your Avvanta account.
    Leave all other settings and values on this page at their defaults, scroll to the bottom and click on Save. You are finished configuring the 2Wire 2700HG-D.

    Watch the DSL and Internet LEDs as the modem reboots itself. After several seconds, the DSL light should be lit, steady and green followed shortly after by the Internet LED. Once both the DSL and Internet LEDs are lit and steady your 2Wire 2700HG-D is configured, online, and ready for use. If the Internet light flashes Red this indicates that the Username or Password is incorrect. Repeat this configuration process to re-enter your Avvanta Username and Password and try again. If the modem still does not connect, call Customer Service at
    623.434.4232.

What is my subnet mask?     255.255.255.252

# of IP's subnet mask bit

4 255.255.255.252 30 
8 255.255.255.248 29 
16 255.255.255.240 28 
32 255.255.255.224 27 
64 255.255.255.128 26 
128 255.255.255.64 25 
255 255.255.255.0 24

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