BT Voyager 210 for Talktalk

  beaupeep 21:25 26 Nov 07
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I'm trying to use a BT Voyager 210 to connect an old Windows 98 PC via an ethernet connection to a Talktalk broadband connection. When I log into the router, 192.168.1.1 and try to set the user name and password I get an error message saying it can only be used for BT Broadband access ( I can't remember the exact wording ). Is there a way of " unlocking " the router.

Assuming I overcome this, is it then simply a case of connecting it all together ie I don't need to alter any other settings do I?

  MAJ 22:22 26 Nov 07

Try these settings in the router:

Connection Protocol: PPPoA (VCMUX or VCBASED)
VPI: 0
VCI: 38
(VPI/VCI): 0,38
Authentication: CHAP

Primary DNS server: 62.24.199.13
Secondary DNS server: 62.24.199.23

Alternative DNS Servers:
DNS Primary IP address is 62.24.128.18
DNS Secondary IP address is 62.24.128.17

click here

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