Connection Type for the Belkin F6D4230-4v1Router Sceenshot
WAN > Connection Type Router Setup Utility Home | Help | Logout Internet Status: Connected 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 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 Default 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.
L2TP [Israel Only]. This type of connection is most common in Israel. If your ISP has specifically told you that you use L2TP and has supplied you with the proper L2TP information, then use this option.
Telstra Bigpond/OptusNet Cable Use this option for Bigpond Cable and OptusNet Cable connections only. Multi-PPPoE [Japan Only] This type of connection is a unique function in Japan which is required for those who subscribe NTT's broadband Internet. " type=button name=itsbutton0>