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    Thanks for the files, great work

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    Hi,

    Can I use the same document for configuring dlink DI524 ?
    Also I am not able to download the updated doc. Could you please send me the same?
    Also once I configure my modem to bridge mode, how do I bring it back to the normal mode?

    Please let me know
    Thanks
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    yea.. the steps are similar.. to bring it back to ppoe mode you need to edit vpi/vci 0/35 to ppoe mode from bridged mode

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    I just downloaded the file without problems...
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    Hi,

    I am also able to do this. But I was refering the other thread 'updates mutiple connection with single BB'.

    I dont get the same screens hot when I login to 192.1681.1 . There is no run wizard setup. The main tabs which I get on the left side of page is DeviceInfo, Advanced Setup, Diagnostics and Management. There is no tab on top of page also. So how do I proceed. I am using the same UT300R2U BSNL modem

    I am using Dlink DI524 wireless router. To login to router page, 192.168.1.1 doesnt work for me, instead 192.168.0.1 works.

    Please help me.
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    Even though the modem may be the same, BSNL uses new firmware so that the web interface looks completely different.

    Since I do not have that modem it is not possible for me to provide step by step instructions with pictures, etc. You must set it up by using the field values and figuring stuff by reading the existing guides. Here is a method to setup UT-300R2U manually:

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...no-wizard.html
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    Hi,
    With the below link I am able to configure my modem either to PPPoE or Bridge mode.
    Prashanth Speaks-Technology and Life: How to Setup bridged mode in UT300R2U

    Now how do I configure Wireless router - Dlink DI524.

    I have accessibility to wireless router through 192.168.0.1 and not 192.1681.1.1. BSNL modem can be accessed through 192.168.1.1.

    can you just help me

    Thanks
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    i would say.. setup bsnl modem in ppoe mode.. enable DHCP in bsnl modem.. say 192.168.1.3 - 192.168.1.10 .. then change ip address of wifi router to 192.168.1.100 .. and disable DHCP in wifi router.. then connect a cable from bsnl modem to LAN port of wifi router ( not WAN port).. this should do the trick...

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    Thanks

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    Hi Prash,
    My modem is default set to PPoE and DHCP enabled. DHCP is set to 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254.

    Is this way you are suggesting
    1. connect modem to laptop, set for PPoE, change DHCP 192.168.1.3 - 192.168.1.10
    2. Disconnect modem and connect wifi router to laptop from LAN port login with 192.168.0.1
    3. From LAN tab change IP to 192.168.1.100.
    4. Then connect BSNL modem to LAN port and Laptop is connected to which port.
    Please explain
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    its a wifi router right?? so you can connect your laptop to the wifi router wirelessly.. if not you could just connect it to the 2nd LAN port..

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    Default I have got the ADSL modem from MTNL

    and its not working here in Banglore, do i have to purchase that one..

    I have tried all the steps but, its not working.. I can connect to modem .. but while pinging the outer dns ip , its saying reply from modem but not reachable to this dns ip address.. so reaching any site is outofscope..

    If you please email me anything .. if you can.. to santosh_chandel@hotmail.com..

    Thanks..
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    which modem do you currently have?? are you in bridged mode or ppoe mode? have you set vpi/vci 0/35 cause mtnl uses 0/32

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    I did what u suggested Prash. But once I change the IP of wifi router, I am not able to access with new IP (192.168.1.100) by typing the same in browser. I dont know what to do. Do I hav to make any changes for the LAN properties. Now its set to automatically configure IP, Subnet, gateway
    Please help

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    Hi Prash,
    I am able to connect to wireless and I connected 2 laptops also in wireless mode. But on yesterday when I tried to connect, its says I am connected but limited connectivity. I tried switching off and on both laptop, modem and wifi router. Still didnt work. Even I checked the key also. thats also correct.

    Then I reset wifi router. and login again with admin, then I change DHCP enable to disable and allow reboot, after rebooting its says limited connectivity for the lan. Here I have connected just wifi router and laptop using lan port.

    Please help me to figure it out

    Thanks
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    Default EASY solution.. ONLY FEW SECS BABA.. HAHA

    Hey Guys..

    Dont go for those complex method.. Those are absoutely.. nonsense..
    Just use simple that work for you..

    If you know your ISP provider name and your username and password..

    Then you surf net in few secs..


    Here we go
    1. Go to your My Network Places and right click on the icon
    and
    2. Go to properties.
    3. Add Click on Create a New Connection.
    4. Follow the Wizard.
    5. Select the top option to .. Connect to internet.
    Then Click next
    6. Set up my connection manually.
    Then Click next
    7.Connect using a broadband connection that requires username and password.
    Then Click next
    8.Type you provider name.. check if it works for in caps or small letters for ISP provider's name.

    Then Click next
    9.Put your username and password and don't change anything.[Make sure both the check boxes are ticked]
    Then Click next
    10 Put the check on the option like Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop and
    then click Finish.

    Now you can see an icon with your ISP provider's name on your desktop.

    11. Double\Right click on the icon and click connect after giving your password there.

    12. Open Internet Browser and surf net..

    Happy Journey..

    Take Care..

    Thanks,
    Santosh

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    @asifpm could you post the output of ipconfig from the command prompt..a screenshot would help
    @santhosh_CHANDEL
    you are talking about bridged mode which will not work in this situation as asifpm has two laptops and wants to use the internet simulatenously!!!so ppoe mode is the only solution!!!

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    @santosh_CHANDEL, you have only talked about creating a dialer for a bridge mode, just as superprash2003 said.

    Configuration of modem and router is entirely different and is not a child's play either. This guide talks about this and if you go carefully in the guide, creating a dialer is also covered in a section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santosh_CHANDEL View Post
    Hey Guys..

    Dont go for those complex method.. Those are absoutely.. nonsense..
    Just use simple that work for you..

    If you know your ISP provider name and your username and password..

    Then you surf net in few secs..


    Here we go
    1. Go to your My Network Places and right click on the icon
    and
    2. Go to properties.
    3. Add Click on Create a New Connection.
    4. Follow the Wizard.
    5. Select the top option to .. Connect to internet.
    Then Click next
    6. Set up my connection manually.
    Then Click next
    7.Connect using a broadband connection that requires username and password.
    Then Click next
    8.Type you provider name.. check if it works for in caps or small letters for ISP provider's name.

    Then Click next
    9.Put your username and password and don't change anything.[Make sure both the check boxes are ticked]
    Then Click next
    10 Put the check on the option like Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop and
    then click Finish.

    Now you can see an icon with your ISP provider's name on your desktop.

    11. Double\Right click on the icon and click connect after giving your password there.

    12. Open Internet Browser and surf net..

    Happy Journey..

    Take Care..

    Thanks,
    Santosh
    What exactly are you reffering to as nonsense? Would you care to elaborate for us all please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santosh_CHANDEL View Post
    Hey Guys..

    Dont go for those complex method.. Those are absoutely.. nonsense..
    Just use simple that work for you..

    If you know your ISP provider name and your username and password..

    Then you surf net in few secs..


    Here we go
    1. Go to your My Network Places and right click on the icon
    and
    2. Go to properties.
    3. Add Click on Create a New Connection.
    4. Follow the Wizard.
    5. Select the top option to .. Connect to internet.
    Then Click next
    6. Set up my connection manually.
    Then Click next
    7.Connect using a broadband connection that requires username and password.
    Then Click next
    8.Type you provider name.. check if it works for in caps or small letters for ISP provider's name.

    Then Click next
    9.Put your username and password and don't change anything.[Make sure both the check boxes are ticked]
    Then Click next
    10 Put the check on the option like Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop and
    then click Finish.

    Now you can see an icon with your ISP provider's name on your desktop.

    11. Double\Right click on the icon and click connect after giving your password there.

    12. Open Internet Browser and surf net..

    Happy Journey..

    Take Care..

    Thanks,
    Santosh
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    Prash,

    Fianally I able to connect to internet thru wireless. One problem was the wifi router wasnt getting reset, even I applied. I happen to read that apply reset at the at time booting. That helps me to reset the router and I reconfigured everything in router.

    But now I have to set up security also. But I dont remember whats the ip set for router. How can I find that. Once I am able to access the config page, I know how to do that.

    Thanks a lot for all the helps

    Asif

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    if you enabled DHCP in your router then type ipconfig in your command prompt and you should find a gateway ip address.. that would be your router ip address..

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    DHCP is enabled in BSNL modem only. I have disabled DHCP in wifi router. Thats what you suggested me to do. DHCP in modem is set as 192.168.1.3 - 192.168.1.10

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    oh.. in that case your router is just like a wifi hub.have you tried 192.168.1.100?? that maybe your router's ip

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    Now the wfi connection is, modem is connected to one of the LAN ports of wifi router. Connect another LAN port of wifi router to laptop and try out it in browser , is that what you are suggesting!

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    no i was just telling you the role played by the wifi router currently in your network. .you should be able to access your wifi router from your laptop wirelessly.. did you try 192.168.1.100 ?

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    I will try tonite and update you ! Thank you

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    Done ! I have connected 2 laptops with security enabled and both working fine . Thank you very much for the all the helps you have given to me ..

    Asif

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    Thnx buddy for the help....I was searching for such type of help....

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    Hi Prash,

    First off, thanks for the excellent doc. Thanks to it, I was at least able to troubleshoot a bit more, and got a better understanding of how this works. But I am still not able to fully resolve.

    I'll walk through the steps first, so maybe you can help identify exact trouble spot.

    1) In the UT-300R2U wizard, if I set 'PPPoE/PPPoA' and enter the uid/pwd (i.e. bypassing WRT54G), then I am able to connect fine.

    That tells me that the uid/pwd are ok (I wasn't even sure about this earlier).

    2) Next, I set 'Bridge Mode' in the UT-300R2U wizard, and the dial-up/broadband Internet connection as described in step 2 of your doc.

    Once I start this connection, I am able to connect to the internet. So far, so good.

    3) Once I complete step 3, I am not able to connect to the internet.

    In the WRT54G, for 'Local IP Address', I tried both 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.2.1. For 'Starting IP address', I set it to '100'

    I get the IP address I expect (either 192.168.1.100 or 192.168.2.100, depending on 'Local IP Address' specified). But not getting a connection to the internet.

    In true Windows spirit, I tried restarting everything - UT-300R2U, WRT54G and my comp. No luck.

    Any idea what's going on?

    4) I assume after setting up WRT54G as described in step 3, there is no need for the dial-up/Broadband connection created in step (2). Right?

    TIA,
    Prakash

    P.S:
    I saw a different suggestion in one of your posts. I'll probably try that next i.e. setting PPPoE on BSNL modem, turning on DHCP on it, disabling DHCP in WRT54G etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prrao View Post
    Hi Prash,

    First off, thanks for the excellent doc. Thanks to it, I was at least able to troubleshoot a bit more, and got a better understanding of how this works. But I am still not able to fully resolve.

    [rest deleted]

    TIA,
    Prakash

    P.S:
    I saw a different suggestion in one of your posts. I'll probably try that next i.e. setting PPPoE on BSNL modem, turning on DHCP on it, disabling DHCP in WRT54G etc.
    The alternate method works. I set PPPoE on the BSNL model, turned on DHCP there, and disabled DHCP in WRT54G. It all works now. Except ..

    I had set 192.168.2.1 as the 'Local IP Address' for the WRT54G, but am not able to access that URL any more. How can I access the WRT54G admin page?

    TIA,
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    It's wonderful.

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    set the linksys ip to say 192.168.1.100 .. but remember it should be outside the router dhcp range.. say bsnl router dhcp range is 192.168.1.3 - 192.168.1.10 .. you can have your linksys ip from anywhere between 192.168.1.11 - 192.168.1.254..but not between 192.168.1.3 - 192.168.1.10

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    Quote Originally Posted by prrao View Post
    The alternate method works. I set PPPoE on the BSNL model, turned on DHCP there, and disabled DHCP in WRT54G. It all works now. Except ..

    I had set 192.168.2.1 as the 'Local IP Address' for the WRT54G, but am not able to access that URL any more. How can I access the WRT54G admin page?

    TIA,
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    There is no need to disable DHCP in any router. Because DHCP is disabled you are no more able to access the WRT54G.
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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**
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    Default Thanks to just4kix

    Hi I am new to the forum. couple of days back I was suffering. I had a BSNL modem mentioned and Lynksys router and did not know how to connect them. Struggled for a few days. My agony was only increased by BSNL's pathetic customer service. They almost refused to help set up ( they said ' bring the laptop to us'. Almost as if that would solve the problem).

    Thanks to you I just followed this help guide and set it up succesfully.

    I do not how to thank you. It is a wonderful thing to take pains to puttogether. Why can't the BSNL customer service dept do such things?

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by drbond4u View Post
    Thanks a lot!!
    You are most welcome.

    Quote Originally Posted by krishkrishnan2000 View Post
    Hi I am new to the forum. couple of days back I was suffering. I had a BSNL modem mentioned and Lynksys router and did not know how to connect them. Struggled for a few days. My agony was only increased by BSNL's pathetic customer service. They almost refused to help set up ( they said ' bring the laptop to us'. Almost as if that would solve the problem).

    Thanks to you I just followed this help guide and set it up succesfully.

    I do not how to thank you. It is a wonderful thing to take pains to puttogether. Why can't the BSNL customer service dept do such things?

    Regards

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    I understand your frustration with BSNL. To be fair to BSNL, they are not oblidged to help with a device that is not supplied/supported by them.

    This is where open community checks in and there are forums such as ours to help. I sincerely thank you for your kind words of appreciation but I am a small fry. I can only that I can help with the equipment that I own/have. There are many others in this forum who do their own bits and pieces to help out.
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    Thanks Just4kix. Thanks a bunch for the document and taking time to answer queries. The doc really helped.

    I'm hoping I can find more answers here. I sent a separate post regarding the same. After configuring the WRT54G router with MT882 modem, the internet speed dropped big time. About 140Kbps. Any suggestions? Is this common or did I just end up with a defective router?

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    hello,
    i had setup the connection in bridge mode as per just4kix's instructions. its been about a month since i did that setup and now i notice i cannot open the BSNL modem page. how do i get about this problem? even when i connect to BSNL line directly (w/o wireless router interfearence) the modem page does not open. it is 192.168.1.1
    here are my ipconfig/all details:
    PPP adapter BSNL:

    connection specific DNS suffix:
    Description......:WAN(PPP/SLIP) Interface
    physical address.......:00-53-45-00-00-00
    DHCP enabled.........:no
    IP address............:117.192.196.199
    subnet mask..............:255.255.255.255
    default gateway............:117.192.196.199
    DNS servers................:218.248.255.146
    218.248.255.139
    NetBIOS over Tcpip.........isabled

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    Have you disabled DHCP in UT-300R2U? Are you sure that UT-300R2U's default address is 192.168.1.1?
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    you probably arent getting an ip.. either enable DHCP as just4kix said or enter ip manually under control panel->network connections->Local area connection properties->Tcp/ipv4 properties

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    @just4kix: yes, I'm sure that 192.168.1.1 is the BSNL router address. I may have accidentally disabled DHCP in the BSNL modem. I do not remember doing it explicitly though.
    @superprash: i will do that, i will enter 192.168.1.1 and let you know what happened..
    thanks..

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    when i check the ip in my network its not highlighted its shown as obtain ip address automatically

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    Please continue this discussion here

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    thnx a million...just4kix....
    really gratful...thnx...

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    Nothing can be better then this documentunk:

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    Thanks for the post.

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    Thanks for your efforts !

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    Thumbs up Works even with WRT54G2

    Thanks! This is a great step-by-step doc. I didn't miss any step and it worked like a dream.

    However, in the 'Basic Wireless Settings' there is a 'Wi-Fi Protected Setup' option. Could someone tell me if I am missing out a more secure setup by choosing the 'Manual' option on my WRT54G2?

    Thanks in advance.
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    please see this link. hope similar page.
    Enter a passphrase
    Wireless Security

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    Hope this link is similar. enter a passphrase.
    Wireless Security

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    In wifi mode you have to enter a security code or passphrase.
    see this link. hope it is similar for your router.
    //ui.linksys.com/files/WAG200G/1.00.09/WSecurity.htm

    (add http)
    Para two:
    In Taskbar click the wif Icon
    from menu select
    "show available wireless networks "
    Your wifi network : does it show secured or unsecured ?
    Asking for passphrase ? when you click connect.

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    Smile request

    i'm unable to download the file.
    can u mail it to me or specify th reason why i'm not allowed to dowload th tutorial?

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    Hi just4kix,

    Thanks a ton. All I had to do was follow your guide to the dot.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by kishenkannan View Post
    Hi just4kix,

    Thanks a ton. All I had to do was follow your guide to the dot.

    Cheers
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    Default Port Forwarding with Linksys and UT300R setup

    Hi,

    how i wud do port forwarding in the setup which u used in your guide.

    FYI...i m running my modem in PPoE mode while linksys wifi router is in auto -dhcp configuration mode.

    Thanks in advance.

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    1.
    Check in Portforward.com for your modem/router.
    2.
    Always give model numbers in your post.
    BSNL supplied UT300R2U ( new ) does not have
    Advanced Options Nat/ menu. Deleted.only DMZ.
    3.
    i m running my modem in PPoE mode
    If this means "Dialer" PPPoE mode,
    ( Your USERID and PW entered externally, and not stored in the modem )
    All ports are open at adsl modem level itself.
    Advanced Options NAT Virtual server/Port triggering options will be hidden/inaccessible.
    Only DMZ..

    @Just4kix
    please clarify .

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    Hi,

    I have got my Ut300r2u (MTNL) in bridge mode, and using Linksys wrt54g in ppoe mode (UN & PW are stored in this wifi router.

    Checked my internet and its working fine.

    Configured it for port forwarding, but not working

    Thanks in advance.

    Hi,

    Got da things working.

    Thanks for all.
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    I also faced a lot of issues in this combination - for port forwarding that is.

    Finally, I switched around. I configured UT300R2U in PPPoE mode and WRT54G in bridge mode. Enabled DHCP at both places.

    The WRT54G's external IP address (provided by UT300R2U) was 192.168.1.2.

    In the NAT/DMZ option for UT300R2U, entered the above IP address in the DMZ box.

    This has been working for me ever since. However, I stopped downloading ages ago ever since I moved to Blu-Ray.
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