Connecting at&t dsl to wireless router Cisco Linksys E2100L Tags: Configuration Wireless Router Wireless Networking Last response: March 23, 2011 1:39 AM in Wireless Networking Share kc4mix March 22, 2011 8:28:16 PM I'm not on it now but when I connect via the "new" router the internet isn't found. What is the next step? More about : connecting dsl wireless router cisco linksys e2100l Emerald March 23, 2011 1:39:19 AM i would ask AT&T to help change the modem to bridge mode and ask them for the user name and password for the account. then configure your router's WAN to PPPoE and enter the account info. Also make sure you change the setting to stay connected. The default should be connect on demand. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Connecting to internet w/ 3 comps on 1 ISP Forum Connecting two crossover cables together with a coupler Forum I have very weird problem with the connecting between laptop and tv Forum Screws connecting the fans to my GPU have broken. Forum Screws connecting the fans to my GPU broke. Forum Hi, i\'ve one server in my office and connecting to our Mall serer through route Forum Web cam is connecting to tv tunner card Forum Connecting a LAN network to a wireless router Forum Connecting two PCs simultaneously to upstairs wifi router and wired to each othe Forum Connecting an AC adapter directly to Dell Inspiron 8200's battery jack Forum Router connecting at 10Base-T? Forum Trouble Connecting PC to TV with hdmi Forum Lexmark 5600 not connecting to pc during installation Forum Not Connecting to the Internet Forum Connecting Dell Laptop to Samsung LED TV via HDMI Forum Internal SATA HDD disappear when USB device connecting Forum Why sound is not coming when connecting 3g modem to laptop Forum Connecting Android Mobile 2.3.6 to Wired Internet Connection in Laptop Forum How do i configure my usb adapter in my desktop if i am connecting it to a wifi Forum Verizon Modem into Router Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !