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    Default BSNL Broadband with WiFi need to configure to start without username and password

    Hi,

    Sorry if this is a report. I have searched several time and I can not seem to find a solution. Basically I have the BSNL broadband modem, Nokia Siemens networks residential Router 1600 with built in WiFi.

    I have a few problems and if anyone can guide me with the setup I would really appreciate your help.

    I have enabled the Wireless settings and renamed my wireless network. I can view the wireless network on my laptop when the modem is on. Here are my main problems.

    1) I have to connect to the internet each time with a username and password. I would like to eliminate this so that when the modem is on, it will connect automatically to the internet without me having to log on from my laptop of my desktop.

    2) If I connect to the internet from my desktop with the username and password, I can not connect to the internet on my laptop. I have to disable my desktop connection and then connect on my laptop with the username and password. Is there a way to have the desktop connected and also the laptop connect automatically at the same time?

    3) If I am able to eliminate the need to log in each time to BSNL for both PC and laptop and ipad, then I can connect all three once the modem turns on and connects to the internet automatically.

    Please help and any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

    AB.

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    Configure ur modem-router in PPPoE mode!! check out the forum how-to!!

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    Please see link for WA3002_g4.
    Basically enable DHCP ( usually in LAN menu page)
    and give a range say 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.15
    2. Enable UPnP ( if available 0
    3.
    In all systems TCP/IP properties
    Obtain IP address automatically.
    4. For avoiding 'DIALER" "Bridged" mode, where you have to enter
    USER ID and PW every time to connect
    go to wan page remove check mark "Bridged"
    select PPP/PPPoE
    enter user ID/PW in modem wan page.
    Save Reboot. preferebly from management/maintenance options.
    wait for 2 minutes.
    feedback.

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    Thank you both for the update and helpful information, however ever since I posted this thread, I have not been able to log into the router with the default IP address given 192.168.1.1 with the default user name and password to modify.

    Is this something I should contact BSNL about or something from my end since I am able to connect to the internet.

    thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arindam3 View Post
    Thank you both for the update and helpful information, however ever since I posted this thread, I have not been able to log into the router with the default IP address given 192.168.1.1 with the default user name and password to modify.

    Is this something I should contact BSNL about or something from my end since I am able to connect to the internet.

    thanks.
    Set your modem in PPPoE mode. To access modem, type your external IP in the address bar and try.

    If nothing works, reset the modem using a small hole in the bottom. You may use a refill and hold the reset button for say 30 seconds.

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    I have not been able to log into the router with the default IP address given 192.168.1.1 with the default user name and password to modify.

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/broadb...no-access.html

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    hi Everyone. Firstly thank you all for your help.

    I was finally able to reset the modem, connect to it to reconfigure and set the user name and password to be automatic so that I dont have to log in using a user name and password each time.

    Now when the modem turns on, it automatically connects to the internet. I can now connect all of my wireless devises and my desktop without any problem.

    Thank you again and have a great rest of the weekend.

    Arindam.

    Also one more thing, I was not able to connect and configure the modem from the desktop no matter what I tried, but I was able to connect using my laptop since the wireless was still up and running.

    Just glad and relieved it worked out .
    Last edited by arindam3; 20th June 2010 at 09:36 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Glad the issue is solved.

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    Hi.
    Can anyone help me out with this problem. The same one as one of the previous forum members faced.
    I have enabled the Wireless settings and renamed my wireless network. I can view the wireless network on my laptop when the modem is on. Here are my main problems.

    1) I have to connect to the internet each time with a username and password. I would like to eliminate this so that when the modem is on, it will connect automatically to the internet without me having to log on from my laptop of my desktop.

    2) If I connect to the internet from my desktop with the username and password, I can not connect to the internet on my laptop. I have to disable my desktop connection and then connect on my laptop with the username and password. Is there a way to have the desktop connected and also the laptop connect automatically at the same time?

    3) If I am able to eliminate the need to log in each time to BSNL for both PC and laptop and ipad, then I can connect all three once the modem turns on and connects to the internet automatically.

    Please help and any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.


    My query is exactly the same.

    Thanks

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    @ acxieus,

    This may help

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/broadb...tml#post325614

    You need to be in PPPoE mode to connect all machines at the same time. Even after configuring in PPPoE mode, it is advisable to set security password for WiFi to prevent misuse. Or if you are against passwords, you can configure a MAC Whitelist so that only your devices can connect to WiFi.

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