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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

what about if u erase everything in those three boxes?
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

where can if ind it?
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

My router tells me under "Route Table", but I don't know if you're using a router or not ?
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

yes i am thats why i put "(router)" in my topic thingie!
David_W
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

the ISP Gateway address changes each time you log on, its only your IP that is static, anyhow here is my routing table for you:

Routing Table
Parameters
Destination / Netmask / Gateway / Interface
0.0.0.0 / 0.0.0.0 / 195.166.128.53 / ppp1

192.168.1.0 / 255.255.255.0 / 192.168.1.254 /br0

127.0.0.1 / 255.0.0.0 / 127.0.0.1 / lo0

195.166.128.53 / 255.255.255.255 / MY Static IP / ppp1

So 195,166,128,53 is the ISP's gateway, but like I say, changes.
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

Heres my router bit were you put it in:

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yes i am thats why i put "(router)" in my topic thingie!


OK, so i'm iliterate Shockedops:

My router states the gateway as 195.166.128.53 at the moment.
Have you tried entering 0.0.0.0 as the gateway ?
David_W
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

Static IP Settings
IP Address 0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask 0.0.0.0
Gateway 0.0.0.0

try that
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

but then its not gonna work at all, it says enter your static ip

doesnt it mean ISP Gateway as in Gateway: 192.168.2.1
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My gateway is my static IP (212.159.119.69), but the destination IP (195.166.128.53) is not, perhaps this is what you are looking for.

May I ask why you are not getting these through DHCP when PPP layer starts? What router are you using?

Jarv
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

Hi,

If at all possible I would say assign the gateway automatically. The reason for this is that it could be one of four if it is referring to the Junipers/Redback, so if you specify it you'll only connect one in four times at best.
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Im putting the settings into my router so im not sure that i can automatically make it assign it to itself. ive got DHCP on.

i dont even have a destination thingie in my router, but i think my settings are ok because my gateway is my Static IP
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If you are just trying to use a single static IP then you really should set it to automatic, its going to be more trouble than its worth otherwise.

If you have more than one IP available it will show up under Static IP under My Connection on the portal (on some occasions you might have two listing for Static IP, check both). If you have the option it will tell you the router IP address to use on there but its more than likely that you are configured with only a single static IP, in which case you really need to assign it automatically.
David_W
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where can i get my "ISP Gateway Address"? (Router)

here is the config from my router..



everything I dont want to assign anything to is 0.0.0.0
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i cant enable it so it automatically assigns it, but if i put nothing in each of the boxes would it do it automatically? if i put 0 in each of them it says invalid etc.