PPPoE Guide on Windows 11

PPPoE Guide on Windows 11

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.

 

PPPoE Manual D-Link DSL-2730E

PPPoE Manual D-Link DSL-2730E

For you ADSL Telkom Speedy subscribers, you may already know that every internet installation has received a modem from Telkom which consists of various brands. In this case I provide a PPPoE guide if you have or get a D-Link ADSL DSL-2730E modem, here are the specifications on the website :

The following are the required devices and the PPPoE guide for the modem :

  • Laptop (DHCP IP)
  • LAN cable
  • Telephone cable
  1. Connect the telephone cable to the DSL port and connect the LAN cable on the laptop and at the other end of the cable connect to the LAN port on the modem (topology as shown above). Open the browser then type the default IP of the modem, which is 192.168.1.1 and type admin in the User Name and Password fields, then click Log In.

  1. Click Setup Wizard.

  1. In the first step it is recommended to change the login password first, click Next.

  1. The second step is to adjust the time for the modem, click Next.

  1. The third step is to adjust the configuration of the ISP such as VPI, VCI and PPPoE username and password, if you don’t know it, please contact the relevant ISP, click Next.

  1. The fourth step is to configure the wireless name and password, click Next.

  1. The final step is the conclusion from steps 1 to 4, click Apply.

  1. The following is the status if you have successfully logged in to dial the PPPoE. Currently the laptop has successfully connected to the internet either via LAN cable or wireless.

  1. D-link provides free DDNS for router users for remote remotely, select Advanced – Dynamic DNS and select dlinkddns.com (Free), if you don’t have an account, you can register here.

  1. Or if you have another DDNS account it can be adjusted according to the existing options.

  1. To view devices connected to wireless, select Setup – Wireless Setup – Show Active Clients.

  1. To see all connected devices either via LAN or wireless, select Setup – Local Network – Show Client.

  1. If you have CCTV, applications or other devices that you want to access from outside your home, we can set up Port Forwarding. Click Advanced – NAT, adjust the application name, protocol, port and local IP used, then click Apply Changes.

Good luck and thank you.

Update : DDNS D-Link cannot be used since July 2, 2020.

PPPoE Guide Windows 8 & 8.1

PPPoE Guide Windows 8 & 8.1

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

Please also ensure that the transmission medium from the ISP is an RJ 45 ethernet cable to connect to PC/laptop devices. The topology used in the guide is as follows, and can be adapted to conditions at the site :

ISP <–> wall jack <==> router becomes ISP <–> wall jack <==> PC / laptop

<–> = transmission media

<==> = RJ 45 ethernet cable

  1. Make sure the Ethernet status is Enabled and cross (please remove the LAN cable first) as shown above,, to make sure to right-click the LAN icon in the lower right and select Open Network and Sharing Center.
  2. In the Network and Sharing Center window, click Change adapter settings, make sure the Ethernet that you want to use is Enable, if it is still Disable, right-click the Ethernet and select Enable it will change to Enable with a cross. If Ethernet does not appear, please confirm that the driver has been installed correctly.

 

 

3. Connect the end of the LAN cable to walljack and the other end of the cable to the PC or laptop, the LAN indicator will change to an exclamation point, if you still get a cross, you must check the LAN cable and the connected device (port or configuration).

Note: this connection is not related to the previously configured IP Address so that it does not need a static / dyamic IP, because it will get a new IP Address obtained from the ISP, generally in the form of a Public IP.

  1. Return to the Network and Sharing Center then click Set up a new connection or Network.

5. Select Connect to the Internet then Next.

6. Select Broadband (PPPoE).

7. 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.

8. If it works then it will appear like the following picture 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 below or a certain error appears, it can be asked to the ISP, until this step the PPPoE guide has finished.

9. Don’t forget to disconnect if it’s finished so the connection session doesn’t “hang” from the ISP side. For that click on the LAN icon in the lower right, select the PPPoE name then click Disconnect.

10. To facilitate PPPoE access further, shortcuts can be created on the Desktop by right-clicking the PPPoE name and selecting Create Shortcut.

11. If at any time the Dial-up Connection window appears as shown below, click Settings.

12. On the Connections tab, select the name ISP / PPPoE then select Never dial a connection and click OK.

If you still experience slow problems or improper bandwidth, please contact the relevant ISP. Good luck and have a great day.

PPPoE Router Guide TP-Link TL-WR941ND

PPPoE Router Guide TP-Link TL-WR941ND

Before following the following guidelines, make sure the position of the PC / laptop and LAN cable are in accordance as shown below.

Topology :

wall jack <—–> (Internet/WAN port) router (Ethernet 1-4) <—–> laptop / PC

                     <—> = LAN cable

Tools :

  1. PC / laptop with IP Dynamic
  2. LAN cable
  3. Router

1. Connect the LAN cable from the PC / laptop to the LAN port (1-4) to the router and make sure the status on the PC / laptop is connected and there is no cross.

2. Connect the LAN cable from the building / apartment / wall jack to the WAN / Internet port on the router.

3.Open the browser to log in to the router by entering 192.168.0.1 (default IP) in the Address Bar, then Enter, make sure to remember the username and password. If the address 192.168.0.1 does not open or does not remember the router username and password, it is recommended to reset it (step number 4).

For other types of routers, you can see on the stickers installed under the router.

  1. To reset the router as default, make sure the router is on and press the reset button on the back of the router for 5-10 seconds until the light indicator blinks simultaneously.

5. In the left pane, select NetworkWAN then select / fill with :

WAN Connection Type : PPPoE/Russia PPPoE

User name : username-login

Password : password-login

Confirm password : password-login

Wan Connection Mode : Connect Automatically

After that click Connect and make sure the status is Connected then click Save.

Until this step should be connected to the Internet, please try to open a site first, if successful please proceed to step number 6 for wireless configuration.

  1. On the left panel, select Wireless – Wireless Settings then select / fill in the following information then click Save.

SSID : nama wireless.

Region : Indonesia

Channel : Auto

Mode : 11bgn mixed

Channel Width : Auto

Max Tx Rate : 300 Mbps

Enable Wireless Router Radio : check if you want to activate the wireless feature

Enable SSID Broadcast : check if you want to display the wireless name

  1. To change the wireless password, select Wireless – Wireless Security in the left panel then select fill with the following information then click Save.

Pilih WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK.

Version : Automatic.

Encryption : Automatic.

PSK Password : password wireless (minimum 8 characters).

Until this step you have successfully connected to the Internet via ethernet and wireless cables by entering a password first (for wireless).

Notes :

There are several devices that are not compatible with the above configuration, you can do it manually by changing the options that match the device.

  1. If you want to use CCTV or other devices that require the Port Forward feature, select Forwarding – Virtual Servers in the left panel then click Add New and fill in the following information then click Save :

Service Port : port or range port to use.

IP Address : IP address of the device to be connected.

Protocol : All

Status : Enabled

Notes :

Not all ISPs open ports that will be used by CCTV / other devices, for that you can consult the relevant ISP first.

 Tested with TP-Link TL-WR941N / TL-WR941ND

Firmware Version : 3.11.8 Build 100609 Rel.61214n

Hardware Version : WR941N v2/v3 00000000

Can be used for :

TL-WR940N

TL-WR843ND

TL-WR842N / TL-WR842ND

TP-Link TL-WR841N / TL-WR841ND

TL-WR1043ND

TL-WR840N

TL-WR841HP

TL-WR743ND

TL-WR740N / TL-WR741ND

TL-WR710N

TL-WR720N

TL-WDR4300

 

PPPoE Guide to Windows XP

PPPoE Guide to Windows XP

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

Please also ensure that the transmission medium from the ISP (Internet Service Provider) is an RJ45 ethernet cable to connect to PC/laptop devices. The topology used in the guide is as follows, and can be adapted to conditions at the site :

ISP <–> wall jack <==> router becomes ISP <–> wall jack <==> PC / laptop

<–> = transmission media

<==> = RJ45 ethernet cable

  1. Disconnect the ethernet cable connected to the router and connect it to the PC/laptop. On the PC/laptop, make sure the Ethernet status is Enabled and not crossed, the LAN indicator will change to an exclamation point (as shown above), if you still get a cross, you must check the LAN cable and connected devices again.
  2. In the Control Panel, select Network Connections.

3. Select New Connection Wizard.

4. Click Next and select Connect to the Internet – Set up my connection manually – Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password and the ISP Name can be filled with the name of the ISP then Next.

5. Fill in the user name and password provided from the ISP, then click Next.

6. Checklist Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop to make it easy to click from the Desktop then Finish.

7. A pop up window will appear as follows (if the User name and Password have been filled), you can directly click on Connect and if successful, the connection status will appear.

Until this step we can immediately try the speed test to ensure the bandwidth is appropriate.

  1. To disconnect, right-click the LAN icon and select Disconnect.

If you still experience slow problems or improper bandwidth, please contact the relevant ISP. Good luck and have a great day.