I`ve noticed that for user,pass they seem to use a username with an @ like
is that always the case? anybody know why?
I am in the UK, the ones I Have seen have all been PPPoA. Is it only PPPoA that have that?
With some USB modems the PPP is done in windows. Is that still PPPoA ? (I am guessing so, since isn`t A for ATM , which is to do with the service provider)
Yet This link herea windows screen that suggests that USB modems use PPPoE, and that the username does not have an @. I can guess that they use PPPoA in UK, and PPPoE in america.
Is it also the case that PPPoA tends to use an @, and PPPoE tends not to ?
Is there a name for a device whose function is PPP? I am guessing not. I guess it is another function they bundle into the device called a "home router". I know with dial up modems it is always windows that does it. And I have heard that a router can be put in bridge mode and then PPP can be done in windows. Is that right?