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Manage the Internet Settings Manually
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AC1600 WiFi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router Model D6400
11. Enter the cable or fiber settings as described in the following table.
Field Description
Transfer Mode
Unless you changed the physical WAN interface settings so that the
modem router must use the Ethernet WAN interface (see Change the
Physical WAN Connection Preference on page 192) these settings are not
disabled. However, these settings do not apply to a cable or fiber
connection and you can ignore them.
DSL Mode
Multiplexing Method
VPI
VCI
Use VLANID Select the Use VLANID check box and enter the VLAN ID, as indicated by
your ISP.
A VLAN ID might be required if you subscribe to both Internet service and
IPTV service. If your ISP did not provide you with a VLAN ID, leave the Use
VLANID check box cleared, which is the default setting.
For information about setting up VLAN tag groups, see Set Up a Bridge for
a VLAN Tag Group on page 196.
Priority (802.1p) If your ISP provided you with a VLAN ID and a priority value, enter the
priority value, which is a number from 0 to7.
You can enter a priority value only in combination with a VLAN ID. If your
ISP did not provide you with a priority value, leave the default setting (0).
Bridge Mode (bind LAN4 to
WAN2)
This setting is an option that applies to the IPTV interface only. To bind LAN
port 4 to the IPTV interface (that is, the WAN2 virtual interface), select the
Bridge Mode (bind LAN4 to WAN2) check box.
For more information, see Enable Bridge Mode for an IPTV Device on
page 198.
Encapsulation For a PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) connection, select PPPoE from the
menu.
Note: PPP over ATM (PPPoA) is not supported for a cable or fiber
connection.
Login Enter the login name that you use to log in to your Internet service, as
indicated by your ISP.
This login name is often an email address.
Password Enter the password that you use to log in to your Internet service, as
indicated by your ISP.
Service Name (If Required) Enter the service name that you use to log in to your Internet service, as
indicated by your ISP.
Often, a service name is not required.
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