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    Thanks for the instructions.... I was trying on similar lines as well, but did not succeed...let me check again today.

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    thanks

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    Hi All,

    I tried to follow the instructions but my MTNL UT-300R2U just does not have the GIU shown in the step by step guide posted by Just4kix.

    Anyway, heres how I configured my modem with the WRT54G router.

    On the Modem - set the ip address to 192.168.1.2 with DHCP enabled.

    On the router -
    1) set the mode to "Automatic Configuration - DHCP"
    2) Disabled DHCP
    3) In Advanced Routing set the mode to Gateway.
    4) Connected the modem LAN cable to one of the LAN ports on the router.
    5) Configured a static ip address on my desktop and set default gateway to 192.168.1.2 (modem)

    Switched both Modem and Router off and on.

    Have been browsing fine since then. I spent the better part of sunday morning before I came up with this configuration. Everything else that I tried kept failing or else the step-by=step giudes posted on this site didnt work as my software version on the Modem is different.

    hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Step by step setup and configuration steps ...

    Just download the attachment and unzip it and you will get a .doc file which will give you step by step instructions with screen shots making it very easy for you to do this setup.

    **The second file is the updated version so please download the second file for latest updates**
    Thanks Man Works fine for me now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elfhelm View Post
    Hi All,

    I tried to follow the instructions but my MTNL UT-300R2U just does not have the GIU shown in the step by step guide posted by Just4kix.

    Anyway, heres how I configured my modem with the WRT54G router.

    On the Modem - set the ip address to 192.168.1.2 with DHCP enabled.

    On the router -
    1) set the mode to "Automatic Configuration - DHCP"
    2) Disabled DHCP
    3) In Advanced Routing set the mode to Gateway.
    4) Connected the modem LAN cable to one of the LAN ports on the router.
    5) Configured a static ip address on my desktop and set default gateway to 192.168.1.2 (modem)

    Switched both Modem and Router off and on.

    Have been browsing fine since then. I spent the better part of sunday morning before I came up with this configuration. Everything else that I tried kept failing or else the step-by=step giudes posted on this site didnt work as my software version on the Modem is different.

    hope this helps.
    replace router ip to 192.168.2.1 and restart the router.

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    that happens sometimes, either you got a wrong driver.. or just try rebooting and installing..I am presuming you are installing the USB driver.. why not use LAN.. dont you have a LAN card?? almost all pcs have..

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    I got a new wireless modem of BSNL i want to configure that can u plz let me know the details about that

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    Default BSNL wireless modem

    I got a new wireless modem of BSNL i want to configure that can u plz help me out in this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somanna View Post
    The wizard you have mentioned does not open while getting into the configuration the mode of the modem(The same you have mentioned in the post). Tried to configure it thru the manual way but could not. PLease help
    I have a Linksys SPA 2102 VOIP telephone adapter from North America(NA). This VOIP works for Cable modem and I would like to connect to DSL modem to make NA calls over Internet. Any comments how I should connect through BSNL Internet.

    I appreciate your help.

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    I got a new wireless modem of BSNL i want to configure that can u plz let me know the details about that

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    configure the wireless part??which modem?

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    model is ustarcom WA322G4.. the BSNl people installed it but they given some security key and told it will ask for security key and if u give that it will work its is not asking for anything like that, i am thinking about reconfigure it again.... plz help me out...

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    you mean a security key while connecting to your wifi network?? go to http://192.168.1.1 then type admin/admin as username/password.. look for a wireless tab.. and accordingly set the WEP key

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    ive got a dlink modem adsl2 configured in bridge mode...and the linksys router as per ur guides...browsing works fine...but utorrent creates a problem...when i just connect the dsl modem directly...it works great...even without having port forward done in the modem...but the moment i connect the linksys...utorrent has miserable speeds....with or without port forward....help !!

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    thanks

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    thanks a million brother..

    a word of advice to other wrt54g users...the admin section of its console has a "save settings" functionality - essentially backs up your configuration. so once you have it running, create a backup file. next tile your wrt resets itself (thanks to electricity cycling owing to powercuts), you just need to restore it with this file. will save u tons of efforts..

    cheers jus4kix!

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    pls send how to take network connection profile and edit TCP/IP settings

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    go to control panel->network connection->right click on LOCAL AREA CONNECTION(default) and click on properties.. there you will find tcp/ip settings

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    I was already using my wired connection and my modem setup was already done, (did not use my wireless router as I was not having any device to use it), so I just had to change the ip address of router and in internet setup, I select "Automatic Configuration - DHCP" and it worked fine!
    But, thanks a lot for the guide! I helped me understand the problem of same ip address at the first place!

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    I've been struggling to connect my new DLink wireless router with my BSNL adsl modem. Thanks for the document. Hope this works for me.

    Ravi

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    Thanks for the Comprehensive doc. Easy to use and understand.

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    Thank you, I have downloaded the attachment. I however have a MT882 modem/router

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    Quote Originally Posted by surfer1981 View Post
    Thank you, I have downloaded the attachment. I however have a MT882 modem/router
    I understand your situation. Unfortunately I do not have each and every router to test and write a guide for. However, if you understand the concepts behind the configuration and using the guide supplied by your own modem, it would be possible to configure your modem correctly. It will not be easy (especially to non-technical people) but once the fundamentals are understood, it will be easier to understand.

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    Thank you, I will try based on your guide hope it works, I had just one question!
    Is for linksys WRT54G do i connect to the internet port or to the 4 LAN ports. Somewhere in the threads i saw a suggestion to connect to the LAN port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surfer1981 View Post
    Thank you, I will try based on your guide hope it works, I had just one question!
    Is for linksys WRT54G do i connect to the internet port or to the 4 LAN ports. Somewhere in the threads i saw a suggestion to connect to the LAN port.
    Try the internet port first. If this does not work, use the Lan (1~4) ports. Some people have reported that internet port does not work for them. It does for me.
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    thank you just4kix great effort .. i am trying to get it set up ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Step by step setup and configuration steps ...

    Just download the attachment and unzip it and you will get a .doc file which will give you step by step instructions with screen shots making it very easy for you to do this setup.

    **The second file is the updated version so please download the second file for latest updates**
    Dear just4kix,
    I am a new member to this forum. Today I downloaded your 2 guides for setting
    up modem ,with step-by-stem instructions. It found it very useful to understand
    the various settings in modem.
    Thanks for concise and clear guides so thoughtfully prepared by you.

    by the way my modem is ZTE ZXDSL 831AII (type I modem supplied by BSNL,Surat ). I am able to understand various configurations there .

    I have only one problem . This modem automatically assigns DNS/DHCP .
    Instead of BSNL DNS servers I would like to use openDNS servers but there is no place in modem to change it.

    In case ,you are familiar with this modem I shall be highly grateful , for your guidance.

    Please continue with your excellent tips.

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    date: 23.04.2008 time : 17.15
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    Quote Originally Posted by perry261 View Post
    by the way my modem is ZTE ZXDSL 831AII (type I modem supplied by BSNL,Surat ). I am able to understand various configurations there .

    I have only one problem . This modem automatically assigns DNS/DHCP .
    Instead of BSNL DNS servers I would like to use openDNS servers but there is no place in modem to change it.

    In case ,you are familiar with this modem I shall be highly grateful , for your guidance.
    Hi, I am not familiar with this modem. But you may find help here: BSNL BROADBAND MAIN MENU.
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    Default Port forwarding issue with the UT300R2U & 9610SX-g?

    Just4kix,
    You have made many splendid efforts to ensure the ease and confusion free setup of many BSNL Broadband users. The work that BSNL should be doing is being done by you...the damn "customer-service" buggers should be paying you!!!

    I have a question... I set up my WiFi network as described by you with all sorts of security baffles and all. Great and it all works perfectly! Except for a strange problem...
    1) MSN messenger refuses to sign in and Hotmail refuses to open
    2) Yahoo messenger signs in, but Yahoo mail refuses to open.

    Other than that every other website works just swell!! Queer, eh? Any solutions?

    I have the UT300R2U modem with a Surecom 9610SX-g 54M wireless access point/router. Please help. Maybe a good challenge for you... Am sure the BSNL guys will already be flummoxed if I tell them I've got a "wireless router networking my connection".

    Cheerio...and mucho thanxo!
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    Thanks for the kind words. For your problems, try the following:

    a) Setup UT300R2U in PPPoE mode.
    b) For DNS settings in UT300R2U, instead of using "automatic" enter the openDNS server values (forgot the IP address; check them in this forum using forum search)
    c) Setup your Surecom wireless in bridge mode.

    Post your results.
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    opendns servers 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220

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    Quote Originally Posted by superprash2003 View Post
    opendns servers 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220
    Thanks, Prashanth.
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    If you are not logged in, the forum would not allow you to download the file (attachments) correctly. This feature seems to be common with most of the forums. The only problem is it does not complain anything while downloading the file, but the file you download is not complete indeed.

    @just4kix - Thanks for this article and also for the TWO articles on the Wireless security. We look forward for more wireless security measures covering the latest threats if any known to you..

    Best wishes,
    Yogesh Dhakad

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    Thanks for the excellent info

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    Thumbs up You are of great help

    Friend,

    You are doing a great service. thanks for that.

    I want to move to BSNL broadband wireless. My doubt is if I switch off the MOdem (ie Pwer to it ) after my work will it be possible to others to connect to my connection. Of course I will do al that you have suggested. But on top of it if I swithc off will it be more safe or even we switch off the modem others will be able to access my modem.

    Thanks

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    Thanks a lot dude...

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    Exclamation ADSL 2+ Modem configuration

    Hi Guys!

    Can any one help me for configuring ADSL 2+ modem for BSNL broadband post paid.

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    which modem do you have? there are two ways of configuring..
    1) you use a dialer to connect to the internet. Prashanth Speaks-Technology and Life: How to Setup bridged mode in UT300R2U
    2)your internet works as soon as you switch on your modem Prashanth Speaks-Technology and Life: How To setup PPOE mode (Automatic Dialing) in UT300R2U

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    I have a ut300r3u modem from BSNL connects in LAN mode..(BSNL did not provide me the USB cable) and a LINKSYS WRT 54G router i am unable to get my router connect to modem.. can anyone tell me the setting

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    hi,
    have you tried out the guide by just4kix?It's available on the first page of this thread.Please try that out first

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    Hi Just4kix
    You are doing an awesome job. Very nice documentation. I was able to get through the first half. unfortunately I still need help since i have a zyxel P320W wireless router. I configured router as per your instruction although my UT300R2U router's interface looked different.

    Anyway, my desktop now connects fine through the router. But my laptop still has problem connecting to the wireless lan. The windows icon tells me that it is connected, but the ip doesn't look right and I am not able to connect to the internet? Any help here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    are you getting some ip like 169.x.x.x? could you post your ipconfig output?

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    first configure your UT300RTU to connect to internet in PPPOE..
    then connect the modem to one of the LAN ports.. it never
    worked with the WAN port of the router.. then disable DHCP and IP
    of the router to 192.168.1.x. as just4kix said the third octet of the IP
    needs to be same..

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    Let me clear a few things:

    a) There is no need to disable DHCP in the two routers. I have DHCP=ON on both devices and it works perfectly. The choice is left to you.
    b) If you leave DHCP=ON on both, the WAN/Internet port of 2nd router must be used.
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    hi superprash2003
    169.254.3.77 is the ip address. subnet 255.255.0.0 and no gateway or dns.

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    what is the ip address of the modem? what is the ip addres of the wifi router? Check if DHCP is enabled in the router or modem? ensure that its enabled either in the modem or the router.Or you could just go to LAN tcp/ip properties and enter static ip address there..

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    Quote Originally Posted by subaru View Post
    hi superprash2003
    169.254.3.77 is the ip address. subnet 255.255.0.0 and no gateway or dns.
    That IP address means that you are not connected to the router's network.
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    Default Cannot get IP address from PPOE server...

    I tried following the instructions. Everythin works fine except when at the last page when i check the status, the router tries connecting to the network and gives me an error message "Could not get IP address from PPOE server".

    Please help...

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    re ensure that you have entered your bsnl username and password correctly!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by superprash2003 View Post
    re ensure that you have entered your bsnl username and password correctly!!
    Yes even confirmed it with the telephone exchange today....

    username : *********@bsnl.in
    password ********

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    Default mine is still not working

    its not workng
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    could you post a screenshot of the WAN page of your router

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    Thumbs up unable to open the .rar file

    sir.........am a new user...i cant open the Setup of ADSL Modem/Router UT-300R2U with Linksys Wireless Router WRT54G (.rar). wat may be wrong?
    plz help me

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    For .rar files you need WinRAR application. There is also a zip file attached. Use that one.
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    Step by step setup and configuration steps ...
    Thankssssss...

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    @rrakesh
    what problem are you facing? if its the same connection of a modem with a wifi router then please follow the guide by just4kix which is in the 1st page, 1st post

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    Default problem in connecting to internet

    Using your guide, I am now able to setup wireless connection using Linksys WRT54G router. But problem is, frequently my PC shows that I am connected to wireless network, but the internet connection is down. When I go to router setup (Status) option, it shows that it is not connected to Internet. So I click on 'Connect' button, it tries to connect and then gives error "could not get IP address from PPoE server".

    I am sure that my id and pswd are correct because some times i am able to connect. But this error is too frequent. Is it problem with my setup or is it problem with BSNL network?

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    if it worked atleast once then it could be a problem with the bsnl network.. reboot your router and try..

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    Hi Just4kix,

    Thanks for your detailed documentation.

    I have recently got the BSNL DataOne broadband connection. They gave me UT300R2U Type 1 modem. The internet connection was setup and working fine.

    I have a Netgear WGR614 v5 Wireless router which I was using in the past with Airtel broadband. I am trying to setup the WiFi at home. I have followed your guide and setup the network. It worked fine for the first time. Again when I switched off and connected Internet was not working. I have tried doing things from scratch resetting the router. Now my router was guiding me thru wizard and asking me to enter fixed IP address, Subnet mask, Default gateway, Primary and Secondary DNS ip addresses.

    BSNL modem was showing 192.168.1.1 as IP and DNS server addresses. I don't know what is Default Gateway for BSNL. I have tried 192.168.1.1 for Default Gateway but modem is not accepting. It says IP address and Default Gateway cannot be same.

    Another problem I am facing is that when I reset Router is not responding thru http://192.168.1.1.

    Any suggestions and help in this regard is much appreciated.

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