D-link dir-816 wireless ac750 dual band router for internet access in PPPoE mode
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How to configure D-link dir-816 wireless ac750 dual band router for internet access in PPPoE mode.
In this tutorial i will demonstrate step by step configuration of D-link dir-816 wireless ac750 dual band router for accessing internet.
D-link dir-816 wireless ac750 dual band router
ADSL or DSL Modem configure this Modem in Bridge Mode
1 ISP connection
A Laptop or PC
Since D-Link dir-816 don't have ADSL or DSL features so you first have to configure ADSL or DSL Modem in Bridge Mode.
Let start our configuration
Plug a Cat6 Patch cord in LAN interface(Black Color) back side of D-link router as shown below.
Power ON the D-Link wifi routers.
After Power of D-Link Router
in your browser.
After Typing IP address you get login page .
Type username( default admin
) and password (blank or no password
) in given page, Click Login.
Click on Internet Setup
In WAN Interface
1 Select WAN Access Type PPPoE
2 In User Name
Type User Name provided by your ISP
3 In Password
Type your Password provided by your ISP
4 In Service Name
Type your ISP name
5 Leave MTU
6 In Connection Type Select Always on
7 Select Attain DNS Automatically
In MAC Clone
Select Default MAC
Plug Cat6 patch cord from ADSL/DSL modem to your D-link Modem in Internet port(in Yellow color) in back side.
Wait for 1 mint
In browser Click on Status
In the bottom of the page you can see that you get a IP address, gateway, DNS
and Status Connect(PPPoE)
If you get IP Address, Gateway, DNS is 0.0.0.0 then your configuration is incorrect. Check Configuration correctly.
After Successfully configuration of Internet Setup.
Lets Configure Wireless/Wireless 5G
Click on Wireless
Check mark Enable SSID Broadcast
( by default checked).
Check mark Enable Wireless Isolation if you have more than 1 wireless access point, otherwise Leave It.
Type SSID name
Leave Mode, Channel, Band Width to default.
In Security Options
Select WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK AES
for maximum Security.
In Pre-Shared Key
Type your wireless password
That’s It! we are ending this configuration here.