How to Create a PPPoE Dial-up Connection in Bridge Mode

by vbb on February 24, 2009

in Broadband

You have already read “How to Configure your BSNL modem in Bridge Mode” and its benefits too.Now in Bridge mode you have to create a dial up type connection to connect to BSNL broadband.

Here are steps to create it.The screenshots are taken for a Windows XP computer but they are almost same for Windows Vista.

Steps to create  a dial up connection for connecting to Broadband

Go to start->control panel->Network Connections .click “create a new connection”on the left pane you will get a window showing “welcome to the new connection wizard”
click “next” In the next window select “connect to the internet ” and click “next”

now select “set up my connection manually” ,as shown in the figure below.

New network connection wizard 


Select “connect using a Broadband connection that requires a user name a
password” and click next as shown in the following figure.

create a dial up connection for Broadband


Now it says to you to give ISP name..type “BSNL” and click next

Now enter the user name and password provided by BSNL to you as illustrated in the following image,and click next.

create a dial up connection for Broadband1


Now It will show a window showing “completing the new connection wizard ” click finish.You can tick “add a shortcut to desktop” if you want to connect from the desktop itself.This connection by default is created in control panel=>network connection.

Double click on this connection to connect to BSNL broadband.A windows pops up showing “connect BSNL”.Click connect.

Connecting to BSNL Broadband using dial up connection

If everything is fine….you will be connected to Internet within seconds..

Once it is connected you will get this info in system tray.When you want to disconnect  5 you can do so by right click on system tray computer icons and click disconnect.


PPPoE dial up





Or you can also disconnect by going to network connection window as shown below.

PPPoE dial up1

This dial up connection can be scheduled very easily using batch files,which will be posted tomorrow.

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tom August 9, 2012 at 10:59 pm

My BSNl broadband modem is configured in bridge mode and connected to my desktop via Ethernet port and internet is working fine. I wanted to connect my iphone to the modem to access internet via wifi. I could able to connect my phone to router, and showing connected , but internet is not accessible. can any one help me how to dial the user id and password after connecting to router thorough wifi from iphone . can any one help.

with regards



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