Below you have all the necessary information to configure your equipment and also screenshots of different models of routers to properly configure the Internet connection. In each specific section of the brand, we will detail the routers that we have tested with Pepephone ADSL and their Internet configuration to get the service up and running quickly. The first thing we have to know are the Pepephone ADSL configuration parameters, this information can be found on the operator’s own website.
You also have it in the following image to facilitate the configuration on a single page:
Note: Users are advised to set the DNS settings of the routers to “Automatic”. In this way, if we set the DNS to automatic, the DNS that are assigned by default from the network will be used. We also have the option to indicate the DNS servers that we want, such as Google’s (220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168).
Now we are going to show you the interfaces of different routers where we will put this data to have an Internet connection (all routers have been tested by us so we can ensure that the settings work correctly).
Since most manufacturers have the same web interface to configure their equipment, we will put a list of manufacturers with their configuration menus. If, for example, you have an AVM FRITZ! Router, just read that section since the menus are the same in all (or very similar).
List of routers tested with Pepephone ADSL (in alphabetical order):
Below you have the configuration manuals ordered by manufacturers.
Update June 2017
Due to the migration that Pepephone ADSL has suffered from the Vodafone network to the MásMóvil network, all the previous manuals do not serve to configure the new routers. In the Pepephone official website we have some manuals for non-carrier routers. On this RedesZone page you will find the manuals for each and every one of the routers that we have tested with the new Pepephone ADSL line under the MasMóvil network.
All the previous manuals do not work for the new network, in fact, some are not even compatible since they are not compatible with IEEE 802.1Q, so we will indicate in the headline if the manual is updated.