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Anonymous
April 17, 2005 11:48:51 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

My Internet Connection is FTTB+LAN, via PPPoE. I can
connect to Internet on my PC. But when I set the same
settings on MN-700, it always tell me it cannot connect to
the Internet. From the Management Tool, it cannot get IP at
WAN port.

In fact, I don't need a broadband modem to connect the
internet. I am wondering if MN-700 can work with this
network topology.

Any comment is appreaciated.
April 18, 2005 1:18:25 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Depending on your modem you may not need to enter PPPoE
information into the base station. If your modem logs you
into your ISP do the following to the MN700.

Wide area network - set the connection type to dynamic,
clone mac address -> it shoule be the WAN MAC of the
MN700 (at the bottom of the Home page) ,obtain DNS
automatically

>-----Original Message-----
>My Internet Connection is FTTB+LAN, via PPPoE. I can
>connect to Internet on my PC. But when I set the same
>settings on MN-700, it always tell me it cannot connect
to
>the Internet. From the Management Tool, it cannot get IP
at
>WAN port.
>
>In fact, I don't need a broadband modem to connect the
>internet. I am wondering if MN-700 can work with this
>network topology.
>
>Any comment is appreaciated.
>.
>
Anonymous
April 18, 2005 1:43:54 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Thanks for your help. But I did get a username/password fro
my ISP. And I use it to setup my PPPoE internet connection
on my PC. If I use 'dynamic IP', then how can I use the
username/password pair?

Any way, thanks for your kindly help.

>-----Original Message-----
>Depending on your modem you may not need to enter PPPoE
>information into the base station. If your modem logs you
>into your ISP do the following to the MN700.
>
>Wide area network - set the connection type to dynamic,
>clone mac address -> it shoule be the WAN MAC of the
>MN700 (at the bottom of the Home page) ,obtain DNS
>automatically
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>My Internet Connection is FTTB+LAN, via PPPoE. I can
>>connect to Internet on my PC. But when I set the same
>>settings on MN-700, it always tell me it cannot connect
>to
>>the Internet. From the Management Tool, it cannot get IP
>at
>>WAN port.
>>
>>In fact, I don't need a broadband modem to connect the
>>internet. I am wondering if MN-700 can work with this
>>network topology.
>>
>>Any comment is appreaciated.
>>.
>>
>.
>
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April 18, 2005 2:04:47 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

After I sent the last reply I did some searching on
google. I realized I didn't understand all I knew. Sorry
I know a little more about FTTB but not much. I do
uderstand the problem but I doon't know the andwer.


>-----Original Message-----
>Thanks for your help. But I did get a username/password
fro
>my ISP. And I use it to setup my PPPoE internet
connection
>on my PC. If I use 'dynamic IP', then how can I use the
>username/password pair?
>
>Any way, thanks for your kindly help.
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>Depending on your modem you may not need to enter PPPoE
>>information into the base station. If your modem logs
you
>>into your ISP do the following to the MN700.
>>
>>Wide area network - set the connection type to dynamic,
>>clone mac address -> it shoule be the WAN MAC of the
>>MN700 (at the bottom of the Home page) ,obtain DNS
>>automatically
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>My Internet Connection is FTTB+LAN, via PPPoE. I can
>>>connect to Internet on my PC. But when I set the same
>>>settings on MN-700, it always tell me it cannot
connect
>>to
>>>the Internet. From the Management Tool, it cannot get
IP
>>at
>>>WAN port.
>>>
>>>In fact, I don't need a broadband modem to connect the
>>>internet. I am wondering if MN-700 can work with this
>>>network topology.
>>>
>>>Any comment is appreaciated.
>>>.
>>>
>>.
>>
>.
>
April 18, 2005 3:14:12 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Try your 'entire' username i.e. username@isp.net and the
password in the next line before hitting apply.
Then on the home page, try disconnect and reconnect 2-3
times andthen see if you are connected.

>-----Original Message-----
>Thanks for your help. But I did get a username/password
fro
>my ISP. And I use it to setup my PPPoE internet
connection
>on my PC. If I use 'dynamic IP', then how can I use the
>username/password pair?
>
>Any way, thanks for your kindly help.
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>Depending on your modem you may not need to enter PPPoE
>>information into the base station. If your modem logs
you
>>into your ISP do the following to the MN700.
>>
>>Wide area network - set the connection type to dynamic,
>>clone mac address -> it shoule be the WAN MAC of the
>>MN700 (at the bottom of the Home page) ,obtain DNS
>>automatically
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>My Internet Connection is FTTB+LAN, via PPPoE. I can
>>>connect to Internet on my PC. But when I set the same
>>>settings on MN-700, it always tell me it cannot
connect
>>to
>>>the Internet. From the Management Tool, it cannot get
IP
>>at
>>>WAN port.
>>>
>>>In fact, I don't need a broadband modem to connect the
>>>internet. I am wondering if MN-700 can work with this
>>>network topology.
>>>
>>>Any comment is appreaciated.
>>>.
>>>
>>.
>>
>.
>
Anonymous
April 22, 2005 12:59:03 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Pradeep,
Thanks for your reply. I will try this method later. But, how can I decide
the domain name?

I have some device log, could you pls give some advise on it:
#######################################
1999/06/01 12:00:04 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:04 **** Device Booted: Version 02.01.02.0590
1999/06/01 12:00:05 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:09 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:12 RF Reset...Pass
1999/06/01 12:00:18 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:18 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:20 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:25 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:33 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:34 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:35 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:00:40 DHCP Client : Request sent from 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1999/06/01 12:08:42 192.168.2.85 login failed
1999/06/01 12:08:48 192.168.2.85 login successful
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE State = Open Port, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:09:36 Dial On Demand (PPPoE)
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE send PADI
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE State = Port Opened, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE receive PADO
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE send PADR
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE receive PADS
1999/06/01 12:09:36 PPPoE State = Device Connected, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:09:38 PPPoE receive PADT
1999/06/01 12:09:38 PPPoE State = Disconnected, Error = No Carrier
1999/06/01 12:09:38 Username and Password : failed
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE State = Open Port, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:09:39 Dial On Demand (PPPoE)
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE send PADI
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE State = Port Opened, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE receive PADO
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE send PADR
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE receive PADS
1999/06/01 12:09:39 PPPoE State = Device Connected, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE receive PADT
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE State = Disconnected, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE stop PPP
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE stop PPPoE
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE send PADI
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE State = Open Port, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE receive PADO
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE send PADR
1999/06/01 12:10:03 Dial On Demand (PPPoE)
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE State = Port Opened, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE receive PADS
1999/06/01 12:10:03 PPPoE State = Device Connected, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:11:03 PPPoE receive PADT
1999/06/01 12:11:03 PPPoE State = Disconnected, Error = No Carrier
1999/06/01 12:11:03 Username and Password : failed
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE send PADI
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE State = Open Port, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:11:04 Dial On Demand (PPPoE)
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE receive PADO
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE send PADR
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE State = Port Opened, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE receive PADS
1999/06/01 12:11:04 PPPoE State = Device Connected, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:11:28 PPPoE receive PADT
1999/06/01 12:11:28 PPPoE State = Disconnected, Error = No Carrier
1999/06/01 12:11:28 Username and Password : failed
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE send PADI
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE State = Open Port, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:11:29 Dial On Demand (PPPoE)
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE receive PADO
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE send PADR
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE State = Port Opened, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE receive PADS
1999/06/01 12:11:29 PPPoE State = Device Connected, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:12:29 PPPoE receive PADT
1999/06/01 12:12:29 PPPoE State = Disconnected, Error = No Carrier
1999/06/01 12:12:29 Username and Password : failed
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE State = Open Port, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:12:31 Dial On Demand (PPPoE)
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE send PADI
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE State = Port Opened, Error = None
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE receive PADO
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE send PADR
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE receive PADS
1999/06/01 12:12:31 PPPoE State = Device Connected, Error = None
##############################################


"Pradeep" wrote:

> Try your 'entire' username i.e. username@isp.net and the
> password in the next line before hitting apply.
> Then on the home page, try disconnect and reconnect 2-3
> times andthen see if you are connected.
>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Thanks for your help. But I did get a username/password
> fro
> >my ISP. And I use it to setup my PPPoE internet
> connection
> >on my PC. If I use 'dynamic IP', then how can I use the
> >username/password pair?
> >
> >Any way, thanks for your kindly help.
> >
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>Depending on your modem you may not need to enter PPPoE
> >>information into the base station. If your modem logs
> you
> >>into your ISP do the following to the MN700.
> >>
> >>Wide area network - set the connection type to dynamic,
> >>clone mac address -> it shoule be the WAN MAC of the
> >>MN700 (at the bottom of the Home page) ,obtain DNS
> >>automatically
> >>
> >>>-----Original Message-----
> >>>My Internet Connection is FTTB+LAN, via PPPoE. I can
> >>>connect to Internet on my PC. But when I set the same
> >>>settings on MN-700, it always tell me it cannot
> connect
> >>to
> >>>the Internet. From the Management Tool, it cannot get
> IP
> >>at
> >>>WAN port.
> >>>
> >>>In fact, I don't need a broadband modem to connect the
> >>>internet. I am wondering if MN-700 can work with this
> >>>network topology.
> >>>
> >>>Any comment is appreaciated.
> >>>.
> >>>
> >>.
> >>
> >.
> >
>
!