> I do not want to sound harsh, but a problem here is that your english is
> quite hard to understand, which makes it very difficult to understand
> what your problem is. Please try to formulate proper sentences so that
> everybody on the list is able to understand you.
> Now to your problem:
> Here in Germany DSL via PPPoE is handled very much like a dialup
> connection via modem. In that case the ISP does not provide a static IP
> adress, but a dynamic one after the dialup. I assume that this is the
> case for your setup also. So all you need to setup in your m0n0wall is
> to set it to PPPoE, provide your username and password, and that's all.
> Your provider should then give you a dynamic IP adress during dialup
> (although that term does not really fit for PPPoE, but anyway).
> If I understand the logfile information you provided correctly, you
> already get a dynamic IP:
> Apr 6 15:25:40 m0n0wall mpd: IPADDR 18.104.22.168
It is the address of ISP server, but not mine!!!
> If I understood you completely wrong and you do need an equivalence for
> that "Static PPPoE" you did set in that Dlink router: I am not aware of
> an option like that in m0n0wall.
> Does your ISP not support dynamic PPPoE
YES! YES! YES!
My ISP does not support dynamic PPPoE!!!
Therefore it is necessary to me "Static PPPoE"
Means monoWall does not support this function? It is very a pity....