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TOMATO/MLPPP ver 1.21

Here you will find information on setting up Single-Link or Multi-link PPP using Tomato/MLPPP ver 1.21, which can be downloaded at fixppp.org. If have any questions in regards to the Tomato/MLPPP configuration, please feel free to e-mail our support team at support@teksavvy.com.

 

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MULTI-LINK PPP | SINGLE-LINK PPP

Configuring Tomato for Multi-link PPP
Current version 1.21
Download Tomato MLPPP at http://fixppp.org

1. Open Internet Explorer on your computer, if no web page loads this is normal.

2.In your address bar type the following address: 192.168.1.1 and press enter in Internet Explorer.


google.jpg 3.Log into Tomato with the following

Username: root
Password: admin
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4.Click on Basic then Identification on the left hand pane; enter your desired router name and hostname for your router.

portforward.jpg 5.Click on Port Forwarding and then Basic on the left hand pane; to setup your port forwarding on your router.  ( see www.portforward.com for different examples )

Src Address: leave blank if you want from any ip
Ext Ports: which port you want open from outside
Int Ports: which port you use inside your network
Int Address: Your internal ip address where the service is running on.
Description: a description of your service you are hosting

Remember when done to click add and save at the bottom of the page.

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  1. Click on Basic and then Network on the left pane

Type in the following:
Type:  Choose PPPoE
Username:  your MLPPP 6.Put in your login such as teksavvyuser@wiredhighspped.com or teksavvyuser@copperdsl.com
Password: enter your password
Service Name: enter your providers name
Connect Mode: Keep Alive
Minimum Retry Delay: 5
Multi-link PPP: Select Single Link
Route Modem IP: enter your modems IP address

 

7.Click Save

 

timezone.jpg 8.Click the Time section and enter the following:

Time Zone: Select your time zone from the drop down
Auto Daylight Savings Time: Check box
Auto Update Time: Select from dropdown menu
Trigger Connect On Demand: Check box

9.Click Save

 

 

Miscellaneous

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10.Select Advanced and then Miscellaneous from the left pane

11.Under Networking select the following:

MTU: Select manual and enter the value of 1487
MRU: Select Automatic
MRRU: Select Manual and enter the value of 1486
Incoming MSS: Select Automatic
Outgoing MSS: Select Automatic
LCP Echo Interval: Enter the value of 30
LCP Echo Adaptive Interval: Enter the value of 2
LCP Echo Fail: Enter the value of 12
MLPPP Interfaces: Leave defaults
Reject non-MLPPP Connections: Checked

 

 

Securing Your Router
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12.Under Web Admin select the following:

Local Access: HTTPS
HTTPS Port: 443
Common Name (CN): Leave blank
Regenerate: Unchecked
Save in NVRAM: Unchecked
Remote Access: Unchecked
Allow Wireless Access: It is recommended to be unchecked

 

13.Click Save

 

14.Verify Connectivity

 

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Click on Status and then Overview on the left hand pane.

 

If it shows you have a WAN IP address, you have successfully connected!