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Connecting to passworded PPPoE network over WiFi?

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by dastan, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. dastan

    dastan LI Guru Member

    hii
    today i bought a "Linksys Wireless-G ADSL home gateway WAG200G"

    i connected my modem's Ethernet to one of the four ethernet port(yellows) NOT to the " LINE " (gray) ,because when i connect it to the line my linsys doesnt recognizer my modem

    ( the red light on my modem turns off indicating that there is no LAN connection )

    and every thing is ok when i connected it to one of the four Ethernet (yellow) ports
    ( the red light on my modem turns on indicating that there is a LAN connection )
    ,after that i was able to connect to my two PC's wired ,and my laptop wireless ,and it works like a charm ,

    but the problem is i want to connect my iPhone and my N93i to the Wifi and then to the internet

    im successfully connected them to the Linksys via WiFi and even i can change my wireless configuration with them ( login 192.168.1.1 ...) , but i cant open web with them

    and the problem is that my ISP requires PPPoE Username and Password ( wich usually in windows XP i go to connection and then authenticate it )
    but this feature is not found in both of my phones

    and its solution is that i select PPPoE in my router , type my username and password and select Keep Alive

    BUUUUTTT because i can NOT connect my modem to the LINE port (as i mentioned ) on my linsys i cannot use this feature

    so what should i do ??

    the bottom line is " HOW CAN I CONNECT MY MODEM TO THE "LINE" PORT not TO THE ETHERNET PORTS ?????????""

    sorry i talk alot , but i want my problem to be clear
    pleeeeeeeeeeease help :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
     
  2. dastan

    dastan LI Guru Member

    any answer ??????

    please i need that very veeeery much

    pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease :) :) :)
     
  3. PeterT

    PeterT Network Guru Member

    With the WAG200G there should be no need for your existing modem... the WAG200G is a combined ADSL2+ Modem, Internet-sharing Router, 4-Port Switch and Wireless-G Access Point in one box.

    The phone line should plug directly into the GREY port and ethernet devices into the YELLOW ports.

    If you have to use the ISP supplied modem you'd be better off buying a Linksys router (WTR54GS / WTR54GL) instead of the WAG200G
     
  4. dastan

    dastan LI Guru Member

    thaaanks for your reply , i really appreciate your help

    but isnt there any hope ?

    and i dont understand one thing , my phone line is smaller than the Ethernet port , is that normal ? ? ?

    and i use this modem , i plug in my phone line and it gives me the ethernet line
    here its ( but mine doesnt got the USB-B port like the one in the picture)

    [​IMG]

    and here it mine
    http://www.huawei.com/products/terminal/products/view.do?id=81
     
  5. PeterT

    PeterT Network Guru Member

    The phone line connector should be smaller than the Ethernet..

    Have you tried plugging the phone directly into the GREY port of the WAG200G as the intsllation manual tells you too? (Chapter 3 of the manual).

    I quote
     
  6. dastan

    dastan LI Guru Member

    i tried that , i connected the smaller phone line from the wall directly to the larger LINE port as you told me ( i managed to keep the phone line in the center of the hole , because its larger )

    but no hope , :confused: still not connecting ,even i set the linksys to PPPoE and every setting is right (VC ,user password ....... )

    please what is wrong , and you said that "" The phone line connector should be smaller than the Ethernet..""

    did you meant that the LINE (Grey) port should be smaller , or the phone line should be smaller ( like mine ) ??

    and thaaaanks for your HELP ,thanks
     
  7. PeterT

    PeterT Network Guru Member

    At this point I'm sorry, I have no idea... I meant that normally the RJ11 from the phone is a physically smaller jack than the RJ45 of the ethernet cable.

    Do any other members have any ideas here???
     
  8. dastan

    dastan LI Guru Member

    Any one ???????????? pleeeeeeease :frown:
    :redface:


    and thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks PeterT ,really thanks :biggrin: :biggrin:
     

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