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    Can anyone tell me HOW CAN I SET UP STATIC IP ON BRIDGE MODE IN BSNL BROADBAND. My requirement is
    -->Modem on bridge mode
    -->Static IP on Lancard of PC
    -->Internet available without dialing

    Like AIRTELS STATIC IP SETTING

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitulko View Post
    Can anyone tell me HOW CAN I SET UP STATIC IP ON BRIDGE MODE IN BSNL BROADBAND. My requirement is
    -->Modem on bridge mode
    -->Static IP on Lancard of PC
    -->Internet available without dialing

    Like AIRTELS STATIC IP SETTING

    1. you cant have internet available without dialing in bridge mode because in bridge mode modem will do the modulation part of communication no authentication's will be done so for authentication you have to use a dialer. for always on you have to configure your modem for pppoe.

    2. ya you can have private static IP (not public IP for public IP contact your ISP) in any mode ie. Bridge or PPPoe.

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    well i think BSNL allows the static IP only for slected plans or are we able to gragb it by setting modem?

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    there are two types of IP--internal(something like 192.168.x.x. which modem assigns to your computer LAN card) & external(something like 117.x.x.x for new bsnl customers which bsnl assigns to your modem).

    you can't get external static IP for home plans.

    you can get static internal IP by modem settings.

    when you download/surf/do anything on internet its your external IP which matters.this IP is used to send any data to/from your computer over internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logik View Post
    well i think BSNL allows the static IP only for slected plans or are we able to gragb it by setting modem?

    ya ..it is with some selected plans and you will get a modem for that plan too (you have to exchange/pay for it or you can use your existing modem ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitulko View Post
    Can anyone tell me HOW CAN I SET UP STATIC IP ON BRIDGE MODE IN BSNL BROADBAND. My requirement is
    -->Modem on bridge mode
    -->Static IP on Lancard of PC
    -->Internet available without dialing

    Like AIRTELS STATIC IP SETTING
    As already posted by soroccoheaven, you cannot have bridge mode and no dialing. You must use PPPoE for automated dialing.

    Static IP for LAN Card: I do not understand what purpose it will serve. It is a private IP inside your own network. You can easily do this:

    1. Right click on 'My Network Places' and click-select 'Properties'
    2. Right click on 'Local Area Connection' and click-select 'Properties'
    3. From the list of items, click to highlight 'Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)' and click on 'Properties' button.
    4. Click on the radio button 'Use the following IP Address' and enter:
    ....IP Address: An IP address that is withing the range of your DHCP Server of the modem/router
    ....Subnet MasK: 255.255.255.0
    ....Default Gateway: The IP address of your modem/router
    5. Click on OK.
    6. Reboot the machine.

    However, as said before, I do not see what purpose is served by this static IP. For internet, the IP address is the address that is assigned to the router by your ISP. It is still dynamic unless you have a plan that gives you static IP.

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    Boss, Thanx for ur guidance. My concern is Airtel is providing Static IP with internet on bridge mode.
    Ex. - If I have a internet connection with Static ip 58.56.56.98(suppose) then I have to configure modem in bridge mode. In PCs Lan card, I have to provide
    IP address - 58.56.56.98 (Static IP)
    Subnet - 255.255.255.0
    Gateway - 58.56.56.1 (Gateway of static IP)

    DNS- 202.56.224.153

    I dont have to dial any number for internet access.

    Is it possible with BSNL??????????????

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    no!this is not possible with bsnl.also bsnl does not tie your connection with your LAN card using its MAC address.instead it binds connection to your phone line.

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    Nope,not possible..

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