PPPoE pass-through

Besides the built-in PPPoE client in the router, you can enable the PPPoE pass-through mechanism in Keenetic devices to allow hosts on the LAN to independently establish a PPPoE connection to the external server through the router. For example, when you need to set a PPPoE connection with your account and directly obtain a public IP address from an ISP on a dedicated server connected to the router.
You can also use the PPPoE pass-through to test a PPPoE connection. If the router cannot establish a PPPoE connection with the ISP server for some reason, you can enable the PPPoE pass-through mechanism and try to set a connection from a computer.
The PPPoE pass-through mechanism only applies when you need to establish a PPPoE connection from the host. This mechanism has nothing to do with the PPPoE client of the router itself.

You can enable PPPoE pass-through in the web interface on the 'Home segment' page. Enable this option, and in the 'For connection' field, specify the interface or connection where the external PPPoE server is.

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An example of creating a PPPoE connection on a computer with Windows 10

Open the 'Settings' window. In the 'Network & Internet' section, select 'Dial-up' and then click 'Set up a new connection'.

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Select Connect to the Internet (Set up a broadband or dial-up connection to the Internet), and tap Next.

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Then select the connection type - Broadband (PPPoE).

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Enter the login and the password to access the Internet received from your ISP.

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Then launch the PPPoE Broadband Connection.

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