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UTSTARCOM WA3002-g1 Wireless ADSL Router - Multiple connectivity problem

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    Default UTSTARCOM WA3002-g1 Wireless ADSL Router - Multiple connectivity problem

    I have problem in connecting 1 LAN, 1 wi-fi or 2 wi-fi connectivity to BSNL DataOne simultaneoualy.

    UTSTARCOM WA3002-g1 Wireless ADSL Router

    I tried everything BSNL Kolkata help site, but no success.

    Using Bridge connection, I know my connection can only works either on LAN or Wi-fi (single user access at a time). But when I configure PPPoE with always on + username/password settings, my connection doesn't connect to internet.

    Please help, i'm too frustrated

    Thanks in advance!

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    Go through the steps again. WiFi later.
    Modem/router WA3002G1.
    ===1.Initial Setup of WA3002-g1 ADSL Modem
    =====2.PPPoE DIALER INSTALLATION
    =======3.WA3002-g1 (Type-II) ADSL MODEM MULTIUSER CONFIGURATION

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    if you still have problems.. post a screenshot of your WAN pages after you have configured it to ppoe mode..

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    Addl reference : with screen shots. for model WA3002-G4. should be similar settings
    Chennai Telephones- Changing password in DataOne Pre-configured modem

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