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I just bought a ADSL Router(Dlink) and subscribe to broadband from my ISP.

ISP said they already open the port for my line, however I still can't make it work.

ADSL light is blinking..if thats matter...

Do I still need a modem?I thought ADSL ROuter can act as a router and modem...

how i link: Line-->ADSL Router--->PC

please help...thanks!
post #2 of 13
What model?

(Edit: But yes, that is how you would hook it up. Have you connected to router to see if it gets IP, can ping out, etc?)
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Originally Posted by satansmurf
What model?

(Edit: But yes, that is how you would hook it up. Have you connected to router to see if it gets IP, can ping out, etc?)
My router model is ADSL D-Link 504-T.

You mean try to ping a website(e.g www.google.com)? if that so,no it can't.
however the router did show ADSL is connected...

whats the advice?
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can you ping the router??

in the manual it will tell you the default IP assigned to the router (D-link usually use 192.168.0.1)

go START ---> RUN --->"cmd"----->"ping 192.168.0.1" (or whatever the router IP is)

if you see "timed out" then your computer isnt talking to the router properly.....make sure cable is inserted properly and into the correct ports.....and also check your computer's network settings.

START ---- > Control Panel ---->Network Connections--->double click on the network icon----->properties ---->in the box scroll down to "internet protocol (tcp/ip)" and double click.

this should all be set to auto receive address......you could also try manually putting in settings....just make sure the address is the same as router IP but last number is different..eg. 192.168.0.2.......set default gateway as router IP

then try and ping router again.

if you are able to talk to the router from your machine then half the battle is over.

EDIT: btw...that router is a modem so you dont have to worry about that.
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Have you configured the router??, i have a dlink is well you need to go to the default page of 192.168.1.1 in internet explorer and configure your connection with your isp's user name and password and other stuff like encapsulation and stuff, once you've don that it should work fine
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Ok, do this for us: Go Start>Run>"cmd" and type ipconfig /all and post a screen shot of what you see. That will help us figure out whats going on. Also, do you know the model number of the router you got?
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didnt try to ping the router but I can access to the router configuration page, so I assume my PC is communicating with the router.

I created a new connection from network places, and try to dial to ISP. It won't go through. Is it my configuration of the ISP info is not accurate? Or there is other possibilities?

i'll post the ipconfig later..now at work
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in your modem/router config page does it say you are connected??? (to your ISP)

put your login name, password and ISP details (login IP and DNS servers) into your modem.
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Crap.. I lied.. (EDited out.. ADSL.. duh.)

You are not getting DNS, so that is a sign.

WHo is your ISP? (May require modem changes - may require network connecting in XP + bridge mode on modem...)

Can you ping 24.18.126.40 ?
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