SBC/YAHOO DSL Installation Question

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by Bradley, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. Bradley

    Bradley Guest

    I just got SBC/Yahoo DSL service turned on. I have the SpeedStream 5100 DSL
    modem with 5 lights on the front. Power, Ethernet, DSL, Internet, and
    activity. First 4 lights are solid and even the activity light flashes on
    occasion but I can never get my internet service to work even though I know
    it is working. The only network adapter I have in my computer is a wireless
    adapter that works with a d-link 614+ wireless router. I have the DSL modem
    plugged into the WAN port of the wirelss router. The address of the wireless
    router is 192.168.0.2 which I changed so that I could access the DSL modem
    at 192.168.0.1. And I can only do this if I plug the ethernet cable into one
    of the 4 "wired" ports on back of the router. If I plug the DSL modem into
    the WAN port I cant access the modem anymore. Is it even possible to get DSL
    setup on a wireless router without having first created a unique user/pass?
    Im connected to the internet but its on the generic account name of
    with the pass being the first half of that
    username. Can somebody give me some help on this. Thanks.
     
    Bradley, Jun 27, 2005
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    nilgiri007 Guest

    I use SBC yahoo DSL with the Enternet connection manager, and also wish to
    use VPN . When I install VPN on my PC, the sbc connection is dropped.
    How do I use VPN with SBC yahoo dsl connection ?


    Thanks,


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    nilgiri007, Jul 26, 2005
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