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Configuring the Vigor120 Router for PPPoA/PPPoE Pass-through
Posted by on 07 December 2011 02:14 PM

The Vigor120 router can be configured for PPPoA/PPPoE pass-through to allow you to connect a broadband router such as the Vigor2910 to an ADSL line. The example below shows how to configure the Vigor120 router for pass-through and the Vigor2910 will authenticate with the ISP

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We will also show the configuration of the Vigor2820 and Vigor2830 when connecting WAN2 to the Vigor120

Step 1: Configure Vigor120

Go to Internet Access>>PPPoE/PPPoA configuration menu.

Enter the DSL modem settings as shown below.

Select Encapsulation Type “VC MUX” and Protocol “PPPoA

Tick box for “PPPoE Pass-through For Wired LAN”

Checking this box when PPPoA protocol is selected allows PPPoE client on the LAN.

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Step 2: Configure Your Attached Router

Configure Vigor2910

Go to WAN>>Internet Access configuration menu

Select PPPoE for Access mode and click on [Details Page] button

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Select Enable for “PPoE Client Mode”

Enter your ISP username and password

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Check Connection Status

Go to Online Status menu page and check the WAN 1 status. It should look similar to the screen shot below if connection to internet is successful.

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Configure Vigor2820

Go to WAN>>Internet Access>>WAN2 configuration menu

Select PPPoE tab. Select enable and enter your ISP username and password.

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Check Connection Status

Go to Online Status menu page and check the WAN 2 status. It should look similar to the screen shot below if connection to internet is successful.

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Configure Vigor2830

Go to WAN>>Internet Access>>WAN2 configuration menu

Select PPPoE tab. Select enable and enter your ISP username and password.

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Check Connection Status

Go to Online Status menu page and check the WAN 2 status. It should look similar to the screen shot below if connection to internet is successful.

 

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