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The settings on the page change.
7. From the Internet Service Provider menu, select PPPoE as the encapsulation
method.
8. In the Login field, enter the login name that your ISP gave you.
This login name is often an email address.
9. In the Password field, enter the password that you use to log in to your Internet
service.
10. If your ISP requires a service name, type it in the Service Name field.
11. From the Connection Mode menu, select Always On,Dial on Demand, or Manually
Connect.
12. If you select Dial on Demand from the Connection Mode menu, in the Idle Timeout
field, enter the number of minutes until the Internet login times out
This is how long the access point/router keeps the Internet connection active when
no one on the network is using the Internet connection. A value of 0 (zero) means
never log out. The default is 5 minutes.
13. Select an Internet IP Address radio button:
Get Dynamically. Your ISP uses DHCP to automatically assign an IP address and
related settings to the access point/router.
Use Static IP Address. Enter the static IP address, IP subnet mask, and gateway
IP address that your ISP assigned to the access point/router. The gateway is the
ISP router to which the access point/router connects.
14. Select a Domain Name Server (DNS) Address radio button:
Get Automatically from ISP. Your ISP uses DHCP to assign DNS servers to the
access point/router.
Use These DNS Servers. If you know that your ISP requires specific servers, select
this option. Enter the IP address of your ISP’s primary DNS server. If a secondary
DNS server address is available, enter it also.
15. Select a Router MAC Address radio button:
Use Default Address. Use the default access point/router MAC address that
displays on the Dashboard page and the access point/router label.
Use Computer MAC Address. The access point/router captures and uses the
MAC address of the computer that you are now using to change the settings.
Sometimes an ISP allows the MAC address of a particular computer only.
Use This MAC Address. Enter a MAC address that must be used. Sometimes an
ISP allows the MAC address of a particular computer only.
User Manual43Specify the Access Point/Router
Internet Settings Manually
AC2000 802.11ac Wireless Access Point/Router WAC124
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