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Windows 7: Creating the PPPOE internet connection using batch file

09 Nov 2014   #1
swapnil007

Windows 8 ultimate 32 bit
 
 
Creating the PPPOE internet connection using batch file

I have a PPPoE internet connetion from my ISP. Every time I want to access the internet connection I have to goto the setting and in that I have to open it and then have to dial it.
This is the traditional way to log in but I wanted to make a batch file in which the PPPoE user name and password is saved and after executing the batch file the PPPoE connection will be established.
Please help me with the proper batch code . . .


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09 Nov 2014   #2
Shimshom

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

how is your computer connected to your modem is it via Ethernet cable, USB or wireless? and how are you connected to the internet. You normally would log into your modem/router and put your user name and password in there with whatever other parameters your ISP gave you and then restart the modem and your computer and it should just work. Did you install any software when connecting the modem as unless you're using a 3G or a 4G type mobile wireless internet device Windows takes care of this things efficiently and without much fanfare or offering to sell you whatever other 3rd party software so often does
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09 Nov 2014   #3
swapnil007

Windows 8 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Shimshom View Post
how is your computer connected to your modem is it via Ethernet cable, USB or wireless? and how are you connected to the internet. You normally would log into your modem/router and put your user name and password in there with whatever other parameters your ISP gave you and then restart the modem and your computer and it should just work. Did you install any software when connecting the modem as unless you're using a 3G or a 4G type mobile wireless internet device Windows takes care of this things efficiently and without much fanfare or offering to sell you whatever other 3rd party software so often does
Sir my connection is PPPoE type I connect it from Ethernet and it require "user name" and "Password".
I would like to create a batch file which create a PPPoE connection name whatever mentioned in the batch file and use "user name" and "password" mentioned it for the respective connection.

In Short I want a batch file which could actualy create a dial up connection not to dial existing connection.
Please help me to do this...
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