problems with D-Link DSL-320B working with US Robotics USR 6465 wireless router

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D-Link DSL 320B
DCHP
Speedtouch Routers
Wireless routers
I have set up the DSL 320B & it works fine when directly plugged into my PC.  When I try to connect it to my wireless router (USR 6465) the router detects the modem however when I try to access the internet via the router, there is no internet connection. I have tried to reconfigure the modem to work in bridge mode & for the router to run the DCHP server & also to log into my ISP - this also doesnt work.  Any ideas/advice?  The wireless router worked fine with my previous DSL modem (speedtouch 510)
ASKED: June 3, 2010  9:34 AM
UPDATED: June 9, 2010  10:47 PM

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since you tell us that the modem works fine when connected directly..lets try this approach
make sure the physical connection is correct thats the first thing (assuming its all pluggin into the right ports) then try to access the firmware, since you try to set the connection on bridge mode did you put the router on PPPoE mode settings, bec if you put the modem in bridge mode all authentication will be coming from router then you type the right credentials in order to make it work like username and password depending on the ISP..let me know if this approach worked for you.

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