Put the Zyxel modem in Bridge mode

  • In XP go to Start/Run, type: cmd | In Windows 98/ME so to Start/Run, type: command
  • enter telnet 192.168.1.1 and press enter

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  • Password is 1234 and press enter

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  • You should see this screen next (The Main Menu)

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  • Now to set it as bridge mode, Type 1 in the “Enter Menu Selection Number:” and press enter . You should end up in the General setup menu

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  • In order for it to be bridge make sure “Bridge=Yes” (Follow exactly what you see in the previous picture). Then press enter to save changes . (in order to modify options you must press the Space bar)
  • Once your back at the main menu, Type 4 in the “Enter Menu Selection Number:” and press enter. You should end up in the Internet Access Setup menu

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  • You must have these settings in order for bridge mode: (Just look in the picture above).
    1. Encapsulation = RFC 1483
    2. Multiplexing = LLC Based
    3. VPI/VCI = 0/35
  • Press enter to save changes. After pressing enter you should end up at the main menu, Type 11 in the “Enter Menu Selection Number:” and press enter . You should end up in the Remote Node Setup Menu

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  • Type 1 and press enter and you should see this screen:

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  • Make sure you have these settings (look at the picture above)
    1. Encapsulation = RFC 1483
    2. Multiplexing = LLC Based
    3. VPI/VCI = 0/35
  • After all that, Press enter 2 or 3 times to get to the main menu and type 99 in the “Enter Menu Selection Number:” to exit and thats it!
  Modem should connect with a PPPoE client now.
 
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