I have a RV042 and want to establish one WAN connection via PPPoE. I enter Username and Password, Keep Alive, MTU=Auto. The router does not get an IP address (0.0.0.0) and the log says: "[pppoe] sending PADI", "last message repeated 5 times". What is confusing me is that a PC connected to the RV042 (and a DSL-Router operating in Modem-Mode "PPPoE Pass-Through") can establish a PPPoE connection with the same Username and Password.
Why can the PC connect via PPPoE, but the RV042 can not?
I tried already cloning the MAC address. Result was that after "sending PADI" I get "HOST_UNIQ successful match", then "receiving PADO", "sending PADR", but then "last message repeated xxx times", no PADS.
I solved the problem! It had nothing to do with MTU. A value of 1492 works fine.
Also I don't need MAC address cloning.
I don't have a complete understanding of why it works now, but here is what I did:
To establish a DSL line I am using a "home gateway" device called "KomplettBox" (the "Box" for short) provided by my ISP (Congstar in Germany). This is a router, WLAN AP and phone "socket" (?). To use it with the RV042 I needed to delete account information to prevent the router from logging into the DSLAM and set the Box into modem-mode (PPPoE Pass-Through).
Now for the cabeling: I connected the WAN1 of the RV042 with the LAN1 of the Box. And I connected LAN1 of the RV042 with LAN2 of the Box, because I needed access to the web configuration interface of the Box (to switch on and off modem-mode and router-mode in the troubleshooting phase).
When I removed this second cable connection and accessed the Box via WLAN, the RV042 successfully establishes a PPPoE-connection and logs into the DSLAM with the provided account information.
Thanks to everybody who spent some thoughts on my problem.
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