I made this guide if I experience problems such as a slow internet connection or inappropriate bandwidth where the internet connection at that time uses a router (which is generally used with other devices around simultaneously). So it is expected that it will get maximum results by using only 1 device as a  comparison with a router.

Please also ensure that the transmission media  from the ISP is an RJ 45  ethernet  cable to connect with laptop  devices. The topology used in the guide is as follows and can be adjusted to the conditions at the location :

ISP <–> wall jack <==> router to ISP <–> wall jack <==> laptop

<–> = medium of transmission

<==> = RJ 45 ethernet cable

1. Connect the  LAN cable from the walljack to the laptop and make sure that there are no crosses.

2. Click Start or the Search icon and type network, choose Control Panel.

3. Click Dial-up – Set up a new connection – Connect to the Internet then Next.

 

4. Sorry, because previously I was still connected to the internet, select Set up a new connection anyway – Broadband (PPPoE).

5. Fill in  the username and password provided from the ISP, if you use many ISPs, it is recommended that the Connection name be given the name of the  ISP, then click Connect.

6. If  successful it will appear as shown below and the  LAN indicator has changed to Connected, click Browse the Internet now to start browsing or click Close to close the window, if the image does not appear as below or a certain error appears, you can ask the ISP, until this step the PPPoE guide has been completed.

7. Don’t forget to disconnect when it’s finished so that the connection session doesn’t “hang” from the ISP side. Still like the display in step 3, select the PPPoE name then click Disconnect.

If you are still experiencing slow problems or inappropriate bandwidth, please contact your relevant ISP.   Good luck and  have a nice day.

Note : this connection is not related to a pre-configured IP address so there is no static / dynamic IP required, because it will get a new IP address obtained from ISP, generally in the form of Public IP.