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O2 internet settings

KDS

ULTIMATE Member
Has any one know the O2 internet setting ?

found this
# Enable MPoA.
# Set the encapsulation method to 1483 Bridged IP LLC.
# VPI should be set to 0.
# VCI should be set to 101,
# In the Multi-PVCs section you should have a single channel enabled with the same settings as used in previous screens. The QoS type should not matter, I have mine set to UBR which was the default.

what Do I select adsl2+ services , adsl2 service or Gmt lite etc ?
 

Bob2002

ULTIMATE Member
If the you want to use O2 Home Broadband with your own router, you may need to enter some settings for it to work properly.

Some routers come set up correctly. Others will come with a set up CD or wizard to help you get connected. You’ll need to refer to the manufacturer's instructions to find out exactly how to enter these details.

If your router has an ADSL2+ setting, make sure it's enabled. ADSL2+ is the technology we use to get a high-speed connection into your home.

There are different settings for our service depending on whether you are using our standard service (Standard, Premium or Ultimate packages) or our Home Access service. Settings for both are provided below:


Standard settings (Standard, Premium and Pro packages)

These are the other settings you'll need to enter into your router:
ISP name: O2 Home Broadband

Multiplexing method: LLC-Based

VPI: 0

VCI: 101

Username: leave blank

Password: leave blank

Domain name: leave blank

IP address type: this depends on whether you chose our static IP address option or not:

- If you didn’t choose our static IP address option, set this to dynamic IP

- If you did choose our static IP address, enter the IP address printed in your welcome letter

DNS servers: choose to get these dynamically from the Internet provider

NAT: enable

Primary DNS Server: 87.194.0.51
Secondary DNS Server: 87.194.0.52

Once you've entered these, you should be able to connect your router to your landline as described in the manufacturer's instructions, and get online. Please note that if you have problems using your own router, we can't offer any help to fix it.

For static IP customers the following DNS server addresses should be entered:
Primary DNS server 87.194.0.52
Secondary DNS server 87.194.0.53

http://service.o2.co.uk/IQ/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE/,/?St=456,E=0000000002200928276,K=2634,Sxi=10,t=broadband_case,CASE=13409
For more info follow the link. :hrmph:
 
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