How do I setup my ADSL router for Internet connection with NO NAT IP Un‑numbered?

Step 1. Open up a web browser and type in the IP address of the ADSL Router (default is 192.168.1.1).Press Enter.

Step 2. Enter the Login name and password (default is admin/admin). Click on Login.

Step 3. Click on the Setup tab.

Step 4. Click on the Management IP on the left. Configure the following:

  • IP address - enter the IP address for the router out of your public IP range
  • Subnet mask - enter the subnet mask
  • Default gateway - leave default
  • Hostname - enter the desired hostname
  • Domain name - enter the desired domain name

Click on Apply when done.

Step 5. If your PC has a dynamic IP address then you may need to release and renew the IP address if it has not renewed automatically. If your PC has got a statically assigned IP address then you will need to change the address to an IP address in the same range.

Step 6. Open up a browser and type in new management IP address of the router. Press Enter.

Step 7. Login with the username and password(default is admin/admin).

Step 8. Click on the Setup tab at the top. Click on Connection 1.

Step 9. Configure the following for your connection:

  • Type - Set the connection Type to PPPoA (as used in the UK)
  • Name - Type in the name for the connection
  • Options - Uncheck the NAT and Firewall options
  • Encapsulation - set to ISP recommended settings (generally VC in the UK)
  • Username - Type in the ISP login username
  • Password - Type in the login password
  • Keep alive - leave default
  • MAX Fail - leave default
  • MRU - leave default
  • Set Route - enable set route
  • VPI - set to ISP recommended settings (i.e. 0)(UK ADSL commonly uses VPI=0 and VCI=38)
  • VCI - set to ISP recommended settings (i.e.38) (UK ADSL commonly uses VPI=0 and VCI=38)
  • QoS - leave default
  • PCR - leave default
  • SCR - leave default

Click on Apply when done.

Step 10. Click on the Advanced tab at the top and then click on Advanced Security on the left. Uncheck the Enable firewall and NAT Service box. Click on Apply when done.

Step 11. Click on the Status tab at the top and then click on Connection Status on the left side. The Connection information can be seen in the WAN section of the page.

Step 12. Click on Tools at the top. Click on System Commands on the left. Click on Save All to permanently save the changes.

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