Yes I have tried doing that already, even for hours, and also tried leaving pix on, and see if it aquires address after being on for a while, and still no go. It does appear the problem is on Wildblue, but don't understand why the PIX is picky.
Trying to talk to someone at wildblue that has a clue seems impossible.
You can use PPPoE and DHCP together. I have a site with a DSL connection where the provider uses PPPoE. My router pulls an address through DHCP. By default, your modem performs the PPPoE negotiation, but this would not work with the 2821 router that I use. I ended up having to put the modem in bridge mode (you should be able to get info on the steps from the modem manufacturer) and let the 2821 perform the PPPoE.
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