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==How to configure a DLink Router==
 
==How to configure a DLink Router==
 
[[File:DLink EBR 2310.png|thumb|right|A typical DLink router, the model EBR 2310]]  
 
[[File:DLink EBR 2310.png|thumb|right|A typical DLink router, the model EBR 2310]]  
Look at the bottom of the DLink router to see if there is information about the configuration page address. The model used for this help page is a Dlink EBR-2310, but many others have a similar interface.
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Look at the bottom of the DLink router to see if there is information about the configuration page address. The model used for this help page is a DLink EBR-2310, but many others have a similar interface.
  
 
#When you have logged in (the example router has a user ID of "admin" and no password), then under "Setup" at the top, and "Internet" at the left, select "Manual Internet Connection Setup."
 
#When you have logged in (the example router has a user ID of "admin" and no password), then under "Setup" at the top, and "Internet" at the left, select "Manual Internet Connection Setup."

Revision as of 08:44, 5 October 2012

This page outlines how to set up a DLink router to work with a DSL modem.

How to configure a DLink Router

A typical DLink router, the model EBR 2310

Look at the bottom of the DLink router to see if there is information about the configuration page address. The model used for this help page is a DLink EBR-2310, but many others have a similar interface.

  1. When you have logged in (the example router has a user ID of "admin" and no password), then under "Setup" at the top, and "Internet" at the left, select "Manual Internet Connection Setup."
  2. On the screen that arrives next, look for the "Internet Connection Type" area of the window, and choose the "My Internet Connection is:" pull-down menu to select "PPPoE(Username/Password)"
  3. Once you've selected that you will see the "PPPOE INTERNET CONNECTION TYPE:" box is added lower down on that page, and you can select The following settings:
    1. Address Mode: "Dynamic IP"
    2. User Name: Use your NCF id here, in the form of your email address - like ab123@ncf.ca
    3. Password and Verify Password - use your DSL password - which is 12characters long
    4. The rest of the settings can be left as is.
  4. When you've entered those items, select the "Save Settings" button up near the top of the screen.