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Aztech DSL-600E

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hello :tazz:

i just replace my ALCATEL modem with Aztech Bridge Router DSL-600e
working great.

my question is how can i turn it to a real router so i wont need the Dial-Up to connect, so i will b always connected?
is there any1 know where i can find such a toturial? i searched Aztech website and didnt find, all they have there is easy start and some specifications about it with no REAL info.

thanks a lot :)
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:tazz: Hello Mr.KnowItAll, and welcome to Geeks To Go, :)

I am not very familiar with the router you are using, so I am unable to offer any specific help on your current problem, but you did ask for an easy step-by-step guide on how to set it up... and I can help you with that.

Here is a third party vendor link that tells you step-by-step how to setup and configure your router to "be always on' as you requested:


Please reply back if this link was helpful and if it corrected your problem, or not. Thank You.
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