Access the router’s management webpage, go to Services->PPPoE Server.
Enable PPPoE Server, enter"184.108.40.206" for DNS Server in this example.
Look for Authentication, here we selected Local.
Look for Auth Protocol, there are PAP, CHAP, MS-CHAP, MS-CHAP v2, we picked them all in this example.
Click on Save.
NOTE: If Dial-up Access Only is enabled, only the dial-in users can access the Internet; If PPPoE User Isolation is enabled, the dial-in users will be unable to communicate with each other.
Go to IP Address Pool, enter “test" for Pool Name and "172.31.10.10-172.31.10.20" IP Address Range, and then click on Add.
NOTE: IP Address pool must be different range from LAN IP address range.
Go to Account, enter Account Name and Password, here we entered “test" for account name and “123456" for password.
Look for IP Address Assigned Mode, select Dynamic, and then select “test" for IP Address Pool.
Under Max Session, enter maximum number of sessions for the client; here we entered “5".
Under Expiration Date, we entered “2012-12-31" in this example.
Look for Status, select Activate.
Click on Add.
NOTE: If you select Enable Advanced Account Features, you can use MAC Binding manually or automatically.
Configuring PPPoE Client on PC (Windows 7)
Click on Start->Control Panel->Network and Internet->Network and Sharing Center.
Click on Set up a new connection or network.
Select Connect to the Internet
Select Broadband (PPPoE)
Enter “test" for Username and "123456"for Password, and then click on Connect.
the PPPoE Connection is established, you can access the Internet now.
You can view detailed information of account in List of Account.