New Workaround for VPN routers SS6300 by cdu16746


									How to Work around a PPPoE authentication failure
affecting VPN routers with the help of the SS6300

#1- Physical installation:

    Connect network cable from LAN/WAN port of SS6300 to
     WAN/Internet port of VPN router.
    Connect all PCs to VPN router and/or Switch.

#2- Configure VPN router:

      Select “Static IP” as connection type.
      Enter as IP address.
      Enter as subnet mask.
      Enter as gateway.
      Enter as DNS server addresses.
      Save settings.

P.S. If the VPN router’s range is 192.168.2.x, change it (e.g. 192.168.1.x).

#3- Configure SS6300:

By configuring VPN router first, we can now access the SS6300 even if
we’re physically connected to the VPN router.

      Click on English or French.
      Select default option and click on “Next”.
      Enter U/N & P/W and click on “Next”.
      If you then get an error message, click on “return to configuration”
       and then click on “Skip”.
      Select “No- I will do this later” and click on “Next”.
      Enter a password for your SS6300 (leaving “admin” as the U/N) and
       click on “Next”.
      Click on “Next”.
      Click on “Finish”.
      The SS6300 will now restart (you see the 45-second countdown).
After the countdown, you should be connected and able to browse.
 Click on “Advanced”.
 Click on “Business Internet High Speed Connection”.
 Click on “PPPoE 0/35.
 Select “Auto-Connect on Disconnect” and click on “Save Settings”.
 Click on “Business Internet High Speed Connection”.
 Click on “Disconnect”.
 Once disconnected, click on “Connect”.
 Once connected, click on “Advanced”.
 Click on “Applications”.
 Click on “DMZ”.
 Select “Enable DMZ with this host IP address:” and enter
   (or the Client Router WAN IP address).
 Select “Make Settings Permanent” and click on “Apply”.

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