You have to do 2 things: 1) Set the Motorola to bridged mode 2) Set the D-Link to make the connection for you. It doesn't matter which you do first. Don't have the modem plugged into the router's WAN port yet. Read through these both or print them. If you still have the 1.64 address then you are set to make the changes to the Motorola. And you can skip the command prompt stuff for the Motorola.Change the Motorola
- Make sure your PC is plugged into the Motorola - Open a command prompt and type ipconfig /release
and the ipconfig /renew
hitting Enter after each command. Open a browser, type 192.168.1.254 and hit Enter, what happens here I am not sure about it should ask you for the modem access code 7161735057, then take you in where you have to create a password, then take you out where you'll log in with admin
as the user name and the password you just created. This should take you in where you'll see this
screen. If you do click the Broadband DSL Line
icon, on the right side click Configure Connection,
There will be a drop down box that has PPPoE in it, that is what you want to change. But make sure you know the info below that, the user name and password this should have been given to you by your ISP. Click the arrow and select Bridged mode. Click Save and Restart connection
, on what I am finding there will be a red button to restart the device click that. When you do this, you will not have internet access till you setup the router.
Change the router - Make sure your PC is plugged into the router - Open a command prompt and type ipconfig /release
and the ipconfig /renew
hitting Enter after each command. Open a new browser or window and type 192.168.0.1, should be a drop down select admin
as the user name and leave the password blank, click the Wizard (normally I wouldn't but it'll walk you through doing good things ), click Next, make a new password - Next, select a time zone - Next, select User name and password PPPoE - Next, don't worry about the drop down at the top of the new page, select Dynamic, you won't be able to enter an IP address so enter the user name and password from your ISP, don't worry about the service name - Next. Wait to click Connect.
Ok plug the modem into the router's WAN port and then click the Connect button. It should connect. If it doesn't All you have to do is reset the Motorola, plug the PC back into it and do the release/renew thing, go in and set the UN and PW and that should get ya back on line.