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D-Link DSL - 2750U set up guide for MTNL BSNL AIRTEL RELIANCE

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    Default D-Link DSL - 2750U set up guide for MTNL BSNL AIRTEL RELIANCE

    I have had a lot of requests from new members including a PM that came in an hour ago asking for help with setting up this modem/router so I am going to write a tutorial with a few screenshots.

    Lets take the modem out of the box and make this thing work.

    This is what we need :

    The modem itself, A telephone cable coming out of the splitter, A cat 5 to go into your computer, The power cable plugged into the power socket and we are all set.

    Now even before we get into setting up the modem you should get an adsl link once the power is on and the telephone cable plugged in. If you are not getting a light (second one from the right) for the adsl link you need to call up your ISP and ask them to get your adsl link up and running. So assuming you have an adsl link, power on and the cat 5 plugged from your computer into the modem lets try and set it up:

    Open this page in your browser : http://192.168.1.1/
    You will be prompted for a user name and password and both user name and password are : admin


    • You should get this page once you log in :



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    • Now you need to click on the Advance setup link o the left hand side which should take you to this page : http://192.168.1.1/dslatm.cmd which would look like the shot below :


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    • In the above page you need to click on "add" and you would see this page :


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    • In the above screenshot you need to enter your ISPs VPI and VCI values. I am providing the ones I know about and you could give your ISP a quick call if you dont have them to find out.


    MTNL : VPI : 0 VCI : 32
    BSNL : VPI : 0 VCI : 35
    Reliance : VPI :0 VCI : 35
    Please double check with your ISP on above values coz I might be wrong on this. Rest of the settings are to be set up exactly as shown in the screen shot above and then hit Apply/save button.



    • Once you hit apply/save you should get this page as shown in the below screenshot :



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    • Once you are done with the above you now need to click on the WAN service menu on the left under the main menu advance setup.You would get this page :


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    • Now as shown in the above screen shot there are two options add and remove. Click on add and you would get to the page as shown in the below screen shot :


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    • Click on next to get to the next page which would look like this:


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    • On the above page there is an option to set it up as pppoe mode or bridge mode. This modem has an inbuilt router and the whole point is to be able to use multiple devices at the same time so to be able to do that we need to configure it in pppoe mode because for bridge mode you would need to set up a dialer on your PC and the way we will do it today your user name and password will be saved in the modem itself and it would dial automatically without you having to dial it from the PC or other divices. You can call it an always on connection. If you have a disconnection this set up will redial automatically untill you get connected. So lets go with pppo mode and set up the above page exactly as shown in the above screen shot.

    Just so you know we are now setting up this modem in PPPOe mode

    • Click on Next and you will get to this page :


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    • In the above screen you would need to enter your user name and password which you would have got from your ISP. For Mtnl the user name is the telephone number without the area code and password is the account number.
    • For PPPoE Service Name: Just type Bsnl or Mtnl or whatever company you are with it doesnt matter.
    • Authentication method needs to be : Auto
    • You may also enable the firewall.
    • Leave the rest of the settings default.
    • Click on Next now and the following page would appear :


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    • Click on Next and you would get to the below page :


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    • In the above page above both the boxes the option "Select DNS Server Interface from available WAN Interfaces" It should already be selected but make sure it is.
    • Click on Next and you should see the page as shown below in the screen shot :


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    In the above screen you now need to hit Apply/save button and you would come to the next page as shown below :

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    Ok this concludes the modem setup. Now you need to reboot the modem by switching off the modem and then back on. When you turn your modem back on the first and second lights from the extreme right should turn green after a min or so and now you can browse the internet

    We now have a working internet connection but we still need to set up wifi as thats the whole point of buying this modem right? as it has an inbuilt wifi router

    Ok before we do that who wants to buy me a beer?
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    Now that we have the modem up and running lets get the wifi bit working so you could connect your machines using wifi. If you are carrying on from the above steps without a break then you obviously still have the modem setup page open but lets assume that some people were feeling adventurous and started browsing the net using the lan cable itself and are now back to check out how to set up wifi.. so this is what we do :




    The page would look like the very first screen shot I posted above but lets not make your lazt hand scroll up so heres the screen shot again :

    1.png

    The above page is the same initial screen shot and I am using a different connection not using this modem right now so in your page you should now have some values in front of the following fields :
    Line Rate - Upstream (Kbps): 0
    Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps):

    Not zeros as shown in the screen shot if you are connected. Assuming that you are connected to the net lets now try setting up wifi

    • Click on "Wireless" in the left hand side menu and you will see this page :


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    • As shown in the above page you need to check Enable wireless field right at the top.
    • Leave the rest of the things alone
    • For the field that says"SSID" you can name it anything. It will be the name of your wireless network and will help you identify which network is yours so name it Dlink or anything really. Mine is a warning for those who try to steal bandwidth Scares the hell out of people some times.
    • For country select your country, India in my case.
    • Max clients make it whatever number you feel necessary. depends how many machines you want connected at one go. This is a router not a pure AP so keep it low. Companies claim up to 50 or 60 I am not sure but once you have 7-8 connections going your router will start gasping for air. It is radio waves after all not a magic wand and these things have limitations.
    • Now click on Apply/Save right at the bottom.
    • Before you go to the next step.. Have you clicked on Apply/save? Things you have selected/entered wont get saved unless you click apply/save button.
    • Once you hit Apply/save button the same page will appear again so dont scratch your head thats what it is supposed to do with all your settings save lets now set up some security for your wireless network so your evil neighbors are not able to steal your bandwidth .
    • Click on "Security" Which is under the main menu Wireless to the left of your screen and you would this page as you see in the screen shot below :


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    • On this page we will set up the security for your wireless network.
    • For the first setting which says "Enable WPS" you can select "Disabled" and if you know what WPS is you wont really be reading this tutorial. I will write another tutorial on WPS some time Lets stay focused on what we are trying to do at the moment.
    • Second setting is "Select SSID:" Here you need to choose the name you had set up for your wifi network Dlink or whatever you choose to name it in the earlier page.
    • Next setting is"Network Authentication" Here choose the option which says "WPA-personal" which is second from the bottom on this model. Second field which has 3 options auto,wpa2 only and wpa only You can leave it at "Auto"
    • Next setting is "WPA/WAPI passphrase:" Here in the field you need to type in a password that you will need to use to connect multiple divices using wifi in future so have a secure password with alphabets, numbers and other characters for instance this would make a good one : n3wd3lh1` dont use this one.. its just an example to show you how to mix some characters to make a hard to guess password.
    • Next setting is "WPA Group Rekey Interval:" Leave it at "0"
    • Next setting is "WPA/WAPI Encryption:" This is to choose the kind of encryption that will be used. Pick "TKIP+AES"
    • Click on Apply/Save
    • This is it. We are all set unless you want to set up MAC filteration and some other fancy bells and wisteles. Oh well.. Let me write a few lines on this and get it over and done with.



    The below is not for every one. Just those who want to set up mac filter.

    What is MAC filteration?
    Well every machine has a MAC address and this router has the ability to deny connections to machines that do not have the MAC address pre saved in the router.

    How to set up Mac filtration?
    Go to the MAC filter menu and select "allow" mode and then enter the mac addresses of all your machines that you wish to allow connections to and you are all set.




    • Still cant get this modem/router to work?

    You are most probably not doing it the way I have described above along with screen shots so reset using the reset button at the bottom of the modem. press it with a pen or something till all the lights glow at once and your modem goes back to factory settings and follow the steps properly this time. If you still cant get it to work then please post here and lets see how we can troubleshoot

    Happy browsing

    Shall we not hit that facebook like button on the top left? Or Do we need another tutorial for that
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    Two bottles of beer from me when we meet.

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    Default Great Modem Set-up Instructions, Awaiting Router Config Tutorial

    Hi Admin, thank you for the wonderful tutorial. Even Bad-Luck-Brian can succeed using your tutorial.
    I have been able to get this far but as you mentioned, the whole point is getting the WiFi running. So, waiting on your next set of screen-shot based instructions to be finally able to do what the DLink Modem-Router is meant for.

    Hey, I have a question: By eliminating the Reliance Modem from the configuration, how does the DLink has/retrieve the correct IP's from Reliance server?

    Hope you had a massive breakfast and ready to rock-n-roll here.

    There are so many of us benefitting and you sir are befitting an authentic Punjabi mithi lassi !!

    Thanks, waiting for your next set of instructions.

    - Gaura

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    It is all up there now.

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    Hi Admin,

    I used all your instructions to the dot (...times 2, just to be sure!!) and got the Modem & WiFi configured.

    BUT, I was able to use the WiFi only on *ONE* machine. Either my Macbook or the Android or the Lenovo (whichever connected to the WiFi first on a fresh DLink boot.)

    I can see what is going wrong but need your help to sort it out.

    Here is my observations:

    #1. RELIANCE MODEM MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE DLINK

    If I connect the Reliance DSL RJ11 to the DLink instead of the Reliance Modem, then nothing happens. Unable to connect anything, even the Reliance Portal. The IP's are the DLink series (192.168..) and not the Reliance IP's (123.237...)

    #2. DSL LINE CONNECTED TO RELIANCE, ETHERNET CABLE FROM MODEM TO DLINK

    If this is done, then the correct Reliance IP's are allocated and the DLink sends the correct Reliance IP's over the WiFi and then the internet can be connected.

    *BUT*

    ONLY one machine, whichsoever grabs the 1st set of Reliance IP's over the WiFi (123.237...) is able to connect to the internet. Others are simply allocated the DLink IP series (192.168...) and the internet does not work on these IP's.

    Thus, Reliance IP's are not being allotted by the DLink over WiFi. Only the 1st set of Reliance IP's are available for grab and it requires some luck-n-chance to be able to use them once the mess of IP's is polluting the sphere through the WiFi.

    THIS is a tough cookie, help me crack it and I can do a professional ScreenCast for IndiaBroadBand to flaunt on Facebook. Least I can do in gratitude

    Correct Reliance IP's over WiFi. Macbook connected!
    01 Macbook IP Allocated.png

    Correct Reliance IP's & Gateway over WiFi.
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    Correct Reliance DNS Details allocated by the DLink over the WiFi.
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    Android Connected over WiFi, but with DLink IP's and not Reliance IP's and thus internet not working
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    Android showing DLink IP's and not Reliance IP's over the Wifi, hence internet not working
    02 Android IP Details - Allocated by WiFi.png

    Internet not working on Andriod
    03 Internet not working on Android over WiFi.png

    No Internet on the Lenovo either, correct IP's missing!
    No Internet on Lenovo on WiFi.JPG

    IP Details on the Lenovo, over the Wifi. These are DLink IP's (192.168..) and not Reliance IP's (123.237..)
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    This is not what this modem is meant for. Do you not get an adsl link light when you plug in the telephone cable straight into dlink modem? Is this not an adsl connection or are you on a fiber connection? Also are you able to connect automatically to the internet or do you need to dial up the connection using the browser or login?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    This is not what this modem is meant for. Do you not get an adsl link light when you plug in the telephone cable straight into dlink modem? Is this not an adsl connection or are you on a fiber connection? Also are you able to connect automatically to the internet or do you need to dial up the connection using the browser or login?
    I am using Reliance Broadband. This is the product, annotated for you in the blue box:
    Screen Shot 2013-05-19 at 6.51.22 PM.jpg

    This is an ADSL connection! With Reliance, I need to connect my Reliance account every time I log-off my machine (or if my session times out if unused for a few hours or so), I do this through their web-portal:
    Screen Shot 2013-05-19 at 6.48.40 PM.jpg

    In the above browser login page, I need to enter my Reliance User/Pass every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Do you not get an adsl link light when you plug in the telephone cable straight into dlink modem?
    Yes, I get the DSL link established "green" light on the DLink Modem-Router when I connect the DSL cable directly on the DLink. But fail to get connection in this case!

    G'day Admin,

    I have some experimenting done with a Pure Router (unlike the Dlink Modem-Router that I have, I borrowed a TP-Link 150Mbps Wireless Router from a neighbour for this testing purpose.)

    With the pure Router, I simply have to insert the ethernet cable from the Reliance Modem into the TP-Link Router and the WiFi thus created can be used simultaneously by all machines by providing the Passphrase for the Router.

    So, this is where I need your help, and I am certain this will successfully configure the DLink Modem-Router to work for multiple hosts over WiFi:

    Can you instruct a way that will enable us to use the DLink Modem-Router as a pure router?

    This will do away with all the IP allocation problems that we have been facing through out.

    Awaiting your response and further instructions.
    Thanks mate!

    This is the TP-Link Wireless Router that I used and that allowed multiple machines to connect & use the internet over WiFi:

    TL-WR740N - Welcome to TP-LINK

    Cheers!
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    Hi gsharma108

    As far as I can understand your D-Link is a modem-router (not an router only), please provide the exact make and model number.
    If D-link is a modem router then all what you need to do is to connect your D-Link directly after eliminating reliance modem and call reliance for MAC binding.
    I am sure this should resolve you issue, feedback please.

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    Completely forgot that they have mac binding like sify does. Get them to register the mac id and you are good to go. Wont need the reliance modem then. Just use the dlink for both modem and router.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothVibes View Post
    Hi gsharma108

    As far as I can understand your D-Link is a modem-router (not an router only), please provide the exact make and model number.
    If D-link is a modem router then all what you need to do is to connect your D-Link directly after eliminating reliance modem and call reliance for MAC binding.
    I am sure this should resolve you issue, feedback please.
    Yes, this is Modem-Router, it is the DLink DSL 300+ N Wireless Modem Router 2750U model.

    I am going to call the Reliance Support tomorrow morning and ask them to sort this MAC binding on this router and hope this works!

    Thanks SmoothVibes, sending you waves of gratitude.
    Thanks Admin, will do that and keep you guys posted!
    Sleep sweet

    Here is the model details for ye:

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    More details at: http://www.dlink.co.in/products/?pid=452

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    Hi
    I am also using reliance broadband and i just bought D LINK ADSL2+ Router...
    but cant get it to work at all.... I did everything stepwise and yet no result!
    also what is "mac binding" and how do i go about doing this???
    any help is much appreciated! :-)
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    MAC binding will be done by your ISP. Plug in the cable into your modem/router and call Reliance and they will register the mac address at their end and enable you to connect using this modem.
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    Hi,

    Please help me to configure reliance broadband in Dlink dsl 2730u modem,i'm having static ip also.I tried lot of times but i didn't get reliance login page also,please help.

    Thank you,

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    @safvan

    For reliance you cannot use this modem to auto dial because Reliance has that browser login thing. Set it up in dial up mode and there shouldn't be any problems. I should have mentioned this in the very first post. I dont use reliance myself so didint realise that Reliance wont let you auto dial.

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    Hi admin,

    can you mention the steps for configure it in dial up mode and also mention what are the steps to be done in modem.I want to configure wifi also in the same modem, is it possible with reliance in dial up mode.


    Thank you,

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    Hi,
    I keep getting disconnected ( where the ADSL wire goes aff then blink and come back stable) On mtnl using this router, the mtnl guy had come and put an @a at the end of the user id and stuff but I still get the disconnects can this be because of the rains or it just needs to be tweaked in the router settings ? I also find that I get less disconnects when I don't use the @a at the end of the user id.
    I noticed most the disconnects I get while gaming and using Skype ( sometimes even without Skype) this is really annoying and help would be appreciated.

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    It is not because of the ID and You should have told the Mtnl guy to stick that @ sign up his *** It wont help. It is poor line quality or something at the exchange. Cant do much from your end apart from checking if all the connections are ok. Check the splitter and also try connecting without the splitter to see if that has gone bad just to make sure.

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    Thanks for the fast reply, I was reading up on the net regarding SNR margin and stuff couldn't understand but I'm guess it's fine below is SNR, etc
    downstream upstream
    SNR Margin (0.1 dB): 348 294
    Attenuation (0.1 dB): 280 191

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    Dear Admin:

    I have a Reliance Broadband Internet connection and I need to login each time I connect to the internet. I just received D-Link ADSL2+ 2750U and I am not able to connect to the internet using the same. I tried following the points you mentioned in the beginning of the thread, but still the internet is not working. This may be due to a completely new interface by D-Link. The Reliance Customer care has nothing to offer, they say they can only provide 4 simple settings;
    Connection to be selected: PAP,
    IP address type: Dynamic,
    VPI: 0 and
    VCI: 35.

    Please help me in configuring my Modem. I would be really thankful.

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    Sachin,

    Have you tried the step bystep tutorial with screenshots posted on the first page of this thread.

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    this modem and all subsequent modems from d-link that have this or similar firmwares are a b**ch to setup. Good Job Admin to have created a guide for this piece of... you know...

    i love those modems which have a straightforward menu to WAN / ADSL settings where in you enter the BB username and password,
    configure wifi through the wireless / WLAN settings page, and save and its done.

    I believe dlink was stoned with some super duper weed whacker when they made this UI.
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    Hi Admin,

    But i am using Dlink 2750u firmware 1.08, its different from shown here.( shown is 1.10). In this Reliance Broadband configuration required. How to configure for the same.
    thanks

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    Even with a different firmware version the fields cant be much different. If you post a couple of screen shots of pages where you dont know what to fill then I could guide you through.

    Have you thought about updating the machine to latest firmware? Any particular reason why you want to stick to 1.08?

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    Chethan133,

    What exactly is the problem? If you let us know where you are stuck at then we could try giving step by step info. You could update the firmware also and make life easier that way if you want.

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    Hi, Admin
    many thanks for detailed instructions
    can you please let me know what will be change in settings for tata docomo, for 2730

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    Hi,

    I have been using a DSL 2750U router with Airtel Broadband, for wifi in my house. Recently, I decided to use this router to connect my printer through a USB, for wireless printing.
    I have successfully installed the printer on my computer. However, I am unable to print. When I fire a print command, the printer folder shows 'spooling' at times, and 'printer offline' at times.
    I read somewhere that i also need to configure the router. I visited http://192.168.1.1/. The default username / password is supposed to be admin/admin. I was not able to log on with this username/password. When I tried "user" / "user" - I was able to log on. But I cannot see the Advance Setup link anywhere on the screen.

    Can you please suggest what's happening, and how to sort this out?

    Thanks
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    Hi Admin,

    I am using a DSL 2750U router with my Airtel broadband connection, for wifi at home. Recently I tried to connect my HP printer (1020 J410 series), to the router through a USB cable, for wireless printing. AFter that, I was successful in installing the printer on my computer. However, any print job that I fire doesn't print. The message in the printer folder is "Printer offline"
    I read somewhere, that I need to also configure the router. So I went to http://192.168.1.1, and tried to log on. The username / password "admin" did not work. However when I tried "user" as username and password, i was able to log on. But on the web page there is no link for "Advance Setup" appearing anywhere.
    Have I logged on correctly, and if yes, how do I get to enable onboard print server. I cannot see any advance set up icon.
    Please help
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    Question Issues of D-Link DSL-2750U Wireless N ADSL2 4-Port Wi-Fi Router

    Hi,

    First of all thank you. It's really good forum where I get lots of important information.

    1) I have already tata photon plus 2g internet connections. I would like to know that how to configure my Tata photon dongle with router. So, At present I would like to use internet in my mobile with router.

    2) In router box they provided accessories. right now I have wi-fi connections of any providers like (tikona, reliance or gtpl) but I would like to go anyone of them. I am little bit confused that they provided rj - 11 with router and In my pc there is no port of rj-11 so how they will connect my pc with wi-fi using wi-fi router.


    Thank you..
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    Admin's Guidance regarding configuring Dlink modem 2750u for BSNL was absolutely helpful. But, the interface in my case is quite different from that mentioned in the post.

    The log on screen is as below
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    The screen on logging in is:
    1.jpg
    I used internet setup and entered values as: VPI/VCI = 0/35, encapsulation mode - LLC, Protocol - PPPoE, User Name & Password, Authentication - Auto, Firewall - Enable (default).

    The Screen:
    6.jpg

    For WIFI,
    Wireless was enabled
    Network authentication was made WPA+WPA2 with PSK

    2.jpg

    7.jpg

    WPS was disabled.

    4.jpg

    The modem is working.

    Kindly let me know if I have missed anything.
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    @Admin

    How should I enter pictures in the post as you have done??

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    Quote Originally Posted by krishanu View Post
    @Admin

    How should I enter pictures in the post as you have done??
    You need to upload all images and then click on manage attachments where you will find an option to post them inline with a click of a button. It's a bit stupid system unfortunately.

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    hi sir,

    I am mani from Mysore!just on this sat.10th Oct I posted a query abt how to set up and connect Dlink ADSL 2730 U Router
    to BSNL BB.Later only I saw your beautifully elaborated guide on configuring 2750 U and followed the same for my new router and got it going in 5 minutes without availing the services of BSNL engr!hats off to your guidance sir!Just one query on the advanced settings on the router sir!is it really necessary to go into the advanced settings? any advantages?

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