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-->   LAN Setup   LAN Settings   DHCP Client List   Internet WAN   Connection Type   DNS   MAC Address   Wireless   Channel and SSID   Security   Wi-Fi Protected Setup   Use as an Access Point   MAC Address Control   Firewall   Virtual Servers   Client IP Filters   MAC Address Filtering   DMZ   DDNS   WAN Ping Blocking   Security Log   Utilities   Restart Router   Restore Factory Defaults   Save/Backup Settings   Restore Previous Settings   Firmware Update   System Settings    WAN > Connection Type   Select your connection type: Dynamic   A Dynamic type of connection is the most common. If you use a cable modem, then most likely you will have a dynamic connection. If you have a cable modem or you are not sure of your connection type, use this. Static   A Static IP address connection type is less common than others. Use this selection only if your ISP gave you an IP address that never changes. PPPoE   If you use a DSL modem and/or your ISP gave you a User Name and Password, then your connection type is PPPoE. Use this connection type. PPTP   [European Countries Only]. This type of connection is most common in European countries. If your ISP has specifically told you that you use PPTP and has supplied you with the proper PPTP information, then use this option. Telstra Bigpond/OptusNet Cable   Use this option for Bigpond Cable and OptusNet Cable connections only. L2TP   Some ISP's require the use of L2TP to establish connections to their networks. If the installation instructions that accompany your modem ask you to set up a dialup connection using a L2TP VPN tunnel then select this option. Note that once the Router is installed, you will not need to use the dialup VPN on your PC any more. L2TP -->   Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings -->     " name=next>
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