Applies to the following xDSL Modem/Routers – is applicable for DSL-AC68U, DSL-N66U, DSL-N17U, DSL-AC56U, DSL-AC52U, and DSL-N16.
PPPoE stands for Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet, a network protocol for encapsulating Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) frames inside Ethernet frames. It is used mainly with DSL services where individual users connect to a DSL modem over Ethernet.
ASUS xDSL Modem Router combos can be configured to operate in PPPoE Bridge Mode thus enables the ASUS device (Modem/Router) to act as a Modem only and allow other devices to connect directly to the PPPoE connection (router) and obtain the IP Address directly.
To set your device to work in bridge mode, please go to WAN – Internet Connection.
If you are using VDSL mode, please find your VLAN ID first. If 802.1Q is disabled, just ignore it. If 802.1Q is enabled, remember your VLAN ID, for instance 101.
set “Service Unit” to “Bridge #1” (or any other you like)
set “Enable” to “Yes”
If you have VLAN ID:
set “Enable” of 802.1Q to “Yes” and fill in the VLAN ID, for instance 101.
And press “Apply” button.
Then go to LAN – IPTV, please choose IPTV STB port, check “Remove VLAN TAG from WAN” option, and press “Apply”.
Now go to your LAN client, and try to dial with your PPPoE account/password, you will get a public IP.
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