Configuring PPPoE Server on TP-LINK Router


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Step 1:

Access the router’s management webpage, go to Services->PPPoE Server.

Step 2:

Enable PPPoE Server, enter"8.8.8.8" for DNS Server in this example.

Step 3:

Look for Authentication, here we selected Local.

Step 4:

Look for Auth Protocol, there are PAP, CHAP, MS-CHAP, MS-CHAP v2, we picked them all in this example.

Step 5:

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.

Step 6:

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.

Step 7:

Go to Account, enter Account Name and Password, here we entered “test" for account name and “123456" for password.

Step 8:

Look for IP Address Assigned Mode, select Dynamic, and then select “test" for IP Address Pool.

Step 9:

Under Max Session, enter maximum number of sessions for the client; here we entered “5".

Step 10:

Under Expiration Date, we entered “2012-12-31" in this example.

Step 11:

Look for Status, select Activate.

Step 12:

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)

Step 1:

Click on Start->Control Panel->Network and Internet->Network and Sharing Center.

Step 2:

Click on Set up a new connection or network.

Step 3:

Select Connect to the Internet

Step 4:

Select Broadband (PPPoE)

Step 5:

Enter “test" for Username and "123456"for Password, and then click on Connect.

Step 6:

the PPPoE Connection is established, you can access the Internet now.

Step 7:

You can view detailed information of account in List of Account.