How to setup Tenda D303 PPPoE mode
Product line: ADSL Model number: D303
This article will guide you how to setup Tenda D303 PPPoE mode and the steps as below.
Note: If you have no idea about what is the internet connection type, the accounts (user name and password) please call your ISP for them.
Part 1: Connect the devices
Part 2: Configure your computer
Part 3: Setup the router
Connect the broadband line with the WAN port of D303, and then connect your computer with LAN port of D303 by a cable.
Note: after connection the SYS light should be blinking, the WLAN light should be on or blinking, the LAN, WAN light should be on or blinking.
1 Click on Network Connection Icon on the system bar, then click on Open Network and Sharing Center.
3 Right click on Local Area Connection, then choose the Properties option.
4 Double click on Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4)4.
5 Choose Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically and then click OK.
6 Also click on OK on the first Local Connection Properties window.
3.1.1 Open a browser then type 192.168.1.1 in the Address bar, click on Enter.
3.1.2 Type the Username and Password as admin in the bars then click on Login to login the setting page of the router.
3.1.3 Setup D303 in home page, choose Ethernet cable, PPPoE and then please type in user name, password (you can consult your ISP for it if you don’t know) and OK.
3.1.4 Click on Advanced on the right of the page to login the advanced setting page.
3.1.5 Click on Management and Reboot then hit on the Reboot button to reboot the router for refreshing the device info.
3.1.6 After reboot, Click on Device Info, WAN, then check the WAN Status if the Connection Status shows Connected that means you can access internet, please check.
If you can’t, please click here and follow the steps below.
3.2.1 Click on Management and Settings, Restore Default then hit on the Restore Default Settings button.
3.2.2 Click on Advanced Setup, Layer2 Interface, ETH Interface and Add. And keep the default setting, click Apply/Save. Then you can see ETH WAN Interface exists.
3.2.3 Click WAN Service and Add, keep the eth1/eth1 and click Next, then choose PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) and click Next, please type in user name and password (you can consult your ISP for it if you don’t know).Click Next and click Apply/Save.
3.2.4 Click on Management and Reboot then hit on the Reboot button to reboot the router for refreshing the device info.
1 Click on Advanced to login the advanced setting page, then check the WAN Status if the Connection Status shows Connected that means you can access internet, please check.