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When a separate router is used with your NCF modem, the typical setup is to put the modem into "Bridge" mode and have the router do the user authentication.  The name of that authentication setting is called "PPPoE."   
 
When a separate router is used with your NCF modem, the typical setup is to put the modem into "Bridge" mode and have the router do the user authentication.  The name of that authentication setting is called "PPPoE."   
  
You should be able to configure your router by simply connecting the unit to your computer with an ethernet cable, and accessing the built-in configuration page. The address at which your browser should be pointed is often written on the bottom of the unit, or in the  
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You should be able to configure your router by simply connecting the unit to your computer with an ethernet cable, and accessing the built-in configuration page. The address at which your browser should be pointed is often written on the bottom of the unit, or in the router's user manual.
  
 
==Example Configuration Steps==
 
==Example Configuration Steps==

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Router Configuration

When a separate router is used with your NCF modem, the typical setup is to put the modem into "Bridge" mode and have the router do the user authentication. The name of that authentication setting is called "PPPoE."

You should be able to configure your router by simply connecting the unit to your computer with an ethernet cable, and accessing the built-in configuration page. The address at which your browser should be pointed is often written on the bottom of the unit, or in the router's user manual.

Example Configuration Steps

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