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Seems like your Zyxel modem is set up to act as a router instead of a bridge.

To access the modem settings, just reload the factory config by pressing the "reset" button at the back of the modem for 10 seconds or so. URL for the web interface is http://192.168.1.1 while the username/password is admin/1234. Here's the settings you need (summary lang muna, sakit pa rin ng ulo ko, use the wizard setup): Mode: bridge Encapsulation: RFC 1483 Multiplex: VC VPI: 0 VCI: 100 That's about it. Save the settings and it'll act just like the Nokia modems. Connect your WRT54G to the Zyxel modem, configure your WRT54G to act as the PPPoE client AND DHCP server and you've got WiFi. :-) for newly issued white or red autovolt: Username: adminpldt Password: 1234567890

Ive been planning on getting the house Wi-Fi enabled for the past few months now and have only been able to purchase a wireless router just last weekend. Got tired of seeing too many cables lying around so I got rid of those and went the Wi-Fi way. Plus, I dont want to add another network cable for my new toy coming next week. I had the entire setup planned months ago but to my surprise it didnt work like I expected. Searching around Google for instructions and guides turned up nil so heres a guide to help those that are having the same problems that I had setting up a wireless network.

Note: This how-to is only for those that are on PLDT myDSLs legacy lines. How would you know if youre on a legacy line? Legacy lines are those still using PPPoE/PPPoA connection protocols (or in more simple terms, you still

need a username/password to get connected).

I have a Linksys WRT54G for a wireless router but this should work for most routers out there as well. If youre on a legacy line then most likely youll have a ZyXeL modem/router that was provided by PLDT together with your DSL. Make sure your PC is connected to the ZyXeL modem first then proceed below.

Access the web control panel of your ZyXeL modem by typing in the IP address of your modem in a browser. (i.e. http://192.168.1.1) Login to the web control panel (default username/password: admin/1234) of the modem and go to the WAN settings. Change the settings to the following and save: Routing mode: Bridge Encapsulation: RFC 1483 Multiplex: LLC Disconnect the ZyXeL modem from your PC and connect it to the WAN/Internet port of your wireless router (refer to the manual of your wireless router to locate the Internet/WAN port). Connect your PC to one of the ports in your wireless router. Your setup should look something like this now: DSL -> ZyXeL modem -> Wi-Fi Router -> PC Now you need to access the web control panel of your wireless router the same way you accessed the ZyXeL modem. With mine, the default ip address of the router was 192.168.1.1 and the default username/password is <blank>/admin (just leave the username blank). Once youre in the control panel, set the connection protocol to PPPoE/PPPoA and input the username and password of your DSL account. Your username should be in this format: xxxxx@pldt. Call PLDT if you dont know your username and password. Now heres the most important part. Make sure you change the IP address of your wireless router so that it will not be the same with your ZyXeL modem and make sure theyre in the same network. (i.e. your ZyXeL modems IP is 192.168.1.1, change your wireless routers IP to 192.168.1.2) Save the changes youve made.

Now go to the Wireless settings of your wireless router and enable it. Provide any necessary information needed like SSID and such. Make sure to turn on the security for your Wi-Fi by using either WPA or WEP to avoid someone hacking into your router. Save the changes and you should be ready to surf wirelessly anywhere as far as the routers signal can take you. ^^ Some tips for your new wireless router:

Make sure to change the default username/password of your wireless router. I suggest using WPA or WPA2 for your wireless security as it makes hacking a lot harder than WEP. Also, try adding a MAC Address filter to prevent unauthorized PCs from connecting to your access point. Disable SSID broadcasting so that others will not see your wireless router (including you Im afraid). Since you know your SSID you can easily connect to it anyway.

@@@@start >run>cmd telnet 192.168.1.1 ang command is sys adminPassword "bagong password here walang qoutes" for example sys adminPassword 1122343 pag hit mo ng enter ang bagong admin password mo ay magiging 122343 after nun exit then open sa browser ung 192.168.1.1 and use youir new admin password