hi, before you leap on me, no i am NOT an aol user... trying too do it for a freind, he has 4 pc's, main pc has aol broadband, and a usb modem... the other pc's have wireless cards at the ready i looked around at lots of stuff on how easy it is too connect the router.. basically pppoe email@example.com password mtu - 1400 but will this thing connect? will it hell (the router is a d-link dsl604t (wireless adsl modem/router/switch) i phoned d-link tech support, but got told that the product was too new, and the techies hadnt recieved any training on the product!! so then phoned AOL first time i got told point blank that a d-link router WILL NOT work with AOL and that i was too get neatgear (which i already recomended my freind as i have all netgear stuff at my setup, and it rocks) is it possible that AOL will not work with a particular brand of router?? sounds insane too me.. then a few hours later i phoned back AOL, was a different tech guy this time, when he asked what router i had, i just said netgear (so at least he would give me the correct settings) but just as i was getting too the info i really needed too know, he started saying "your lines breaking up... i cant hear you" and then he hung up.. i was on a landline, not a mobile.. so the chances my line "broke up" are ridiculous.. so i cant get any sense at all from d-link or from AOL, or from various websearches.. i told my freind too ditch AOL and get a real isp, but his kids love it one thing i did do, was too create a new screenname/password especially for the router... and i put it in the format firstname.lastname@example.org i just dont understand at all why neither company will help, and how it wont connect.. all routers are pretty much the same protocols right? surely AOL cant block a D-link.. and then allow a netgear??