Most of the time it didn't work, but on a few occasions it did. Just blame bell for a sake of living. The modem is definately plugged in to the router, so I am quite confident that it is not a hardware problem... For me now, if I ever run into issue, most likely is bell side. get redirected here
Parts advice for a DIY router? [Networking] by Onaran293. If anybody could help me, I would be >very appreciative. 1. ForumsJoin Search similar:[Speed Problem] what can it be?[Connectivity] Comcast HSI TG852G Bridge Mode - Management IP address?Lost Internet Connection[Southwest] AT&T Upgrade Offer 1.5 mbps to 3.0 mbpsSwitching to Comcast HSI[Home Network] Yes, as long as you remember the new IP if you want to access the device without resetting it and having an IP conflict. · actions · 2013-Mar-18 4:23 pm · click to read more
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Congratulations!You might want to create a text file (i.e., ModemRouterSetup.txt and then save it to your My Documents folder in a Earthlink sub-folder or whereever you prefer and under what filename McDragon, Jan 14, 2006 #7 McDragon Network Guru Member Problem solved Hi I put my question on the ISP's forum and got the answer. Note that the "WAN" port on the router in the protocol is the same as the "Internet" port on your router.Please let me know whether or not it works. 0 Kudos I tried to connect via other computers, both via PPPoE passthrough and via a direct cable connection to the modem.
Make sure you have the correct userid and password. 2. Linksys E1200 Cannot Get An Ip Address From Pppoe We managed >to get the internet working fine when plugged in directly to the main >computer, but as soon as it went through the router, it didn't work. > >I have Was it in Bridge Mode or was it in Routing Mode handling the PPPoE login?It sure sounds like after rereading your post that you need to set the ZyXEL Modem to https://community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/Cannot-get-an-IP-from-PPPoE-Server/td-p/65174 After a failed connection attempt, the status page would show a default gateway address, but the IP address would be 0.0.0.0.
My router was dlink. Ideally, I want the modem in bridge mode and the router handling all connection duties. Reset it with a paperclip on the reset button, then enter my default connection information and log in to my connection. Your ZyXEL Modem pages should exactly match the two pages seen in the FAQ. · actions · 2013-Mar-10 8:35 pm · TheBoyBlundejoin:2013-03-08Broomfield, CO
You might want to post a) the make, model and firmware revision of your router b) the type of your internet connection, and the ISP You might also want to try http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r22806981-Internet-Can-not-get-IP-address-from-PPPoE-server If you're using a Verizon Model 6100 and have never accessed it before, the username is admin and the password is password. Cannot Get Ip Address From Pppoe Linksys E900 It also has an IP address of 0.0.0.0, > so this is obviously the problem. Linksys E1200 Cannot Get Ip From Pppoe Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean BROWSE DISCUSSIONS Linksys Community Routers and Access Points Wireless Routers Wired Routers Access Points Linksys Small Business Linksys Small Business Network Adapters
I then set the modem in bridge mode by doing this. http://tcsmacs.net/cannot-get/linksys-e3000-cannot-get-a-ip-address-from-pppoe-server.php Here's a tip to anyone else with this problem. As you see I am getting desperate. :sad: At the moment I am using the router as a wireless switch as the internet works fine when connected to one of the It was working fine, with all computers able to access the >internet.
Ive tried the power cycle thing each time and I have been unable to connect each time.I have also tried a flurry of connection settings and IP address combinations. I changed the modem to 192.168.0.1 and left the router at 192.168.1.1. Low Voltage home Cabling Rules? (Cat6/RG6) [CanadianBroadband] by bryanviper195. http://tcsmacs.net/cannot-get/linksys-router-cannot-get-ip-address-from-pppoe-server.php I have also looked into the Linksys guide, and it explains that this message is due to the fact that the router is not being assigned an IP address.
Thanks for all of the responses I got when I was stuck; what a week this has been! 0 Kudos Message 6 of 6 (10,247 Views) Reply « Message Listing No connection.IP Address 192.168.1.1, mac address normal, username entered with ELN prefix. I held it down for 20 seconds just in case.2) Sign into the modem via the configuration page, 192.168.1.1/zCfgPPPOE.html3) Enter my username and password, click apply.4) Verify the connection works by
After more time than I'd like to admit, I finally thought that I had it up and running, but didn't. Web of Trust collects data [Security] by ZZZZZZZ403. We managed > to get the internet working fine when plugged in directly to the main > computer, but as soon as it went through the router, it didn't work. > Parts advice for a DIY router? [Networking] by Onaran293.
Then when I tried to connect via the router, that worked too (without any changes to the router). I have looked everywhere for help, >and have tried everything. We managed to get the internet working fine when plugged in directly to the main computer, but as soon as it went through the router, it didn't work. http://tcsmacs.net/cannot-get/linksys-wrt54gl-cannot-get-ip-address-from-pppoe-server.php I assume they are irrelevant but I'll post them if it will help.I connect to the M20 router, then set up the connection settings (except for the DNS servers) as found
No connectionIP address 192.168.1.2, mac address cloned from modem, username normal. I have logged into the router console (192.168.1.1), and when I try to connect to the internet, I get the message that it cannot get the IP address from the PPPoE I held it down for 20 seconds just in case.2) Connect my laptop via ethernet cable to a LAN port on the router. However, I had never had many problem when I was with rogers. · actions · 2009-Aug-3 1:01 pm · Art of [email protected] Art of sound to dreamlayers Anon 2009-Aug-3 1:01 pm
New 32x8 modem on the Approved List [ComcastXFINITY] by maxbrando206. Wait 3 minutes, then turn the modem on. Web of Trust collects data [Security] by ZZZZZZZ403. The username and password are correct (a different error message should appear if this was the reason, which I am certain it is not), I even changed my password to have
So, that support call didn't provide any answers.Last night when this happened, the error alternated with inability to contact the PPPoE server. Learn More. "Can not get a IP address from PPPoE server" Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Chilespur, Jan 4, 2006. This was my mistake....Next, disconnect your CAT5 line from the back of your computer into the router internet port, and connect a CAT5 from the router's port 1 into your computer Could you please explain how I would do this?
Thanks in advance, Ilan #2 (permalink) 03-24-2007, 07:09 AM atec 77 Guest Posts: n/a Re: Cannot get IP address from PPPoE Server ilan wrote: > Hi All, > No, create an account now. Here are the steps I took:My ISP is Verizon, my modem is a Westell 6100.My first major headache: I couldn't access my modem through 192.168.1.1 to bridge it. I got the "Can't get an IP from PPPoE Server" message, so I power cycled my system, again and again and again; still getting the same message....Does anyone know what step
It was working fine, with all computers able to access the > internet. My modem was originally set as Protocol: Bridge and Mode: Routed Bridge, but I followed the instruction for a PPPoE anyway (I can't find any documentation that suggests otherwise). I have established that the network itself works, but the router is not receiving an internet connection (e.g. Make sure the router has the latest firmware. 3.