Change PPPoE settings on Mac
On your Mac, use PPPoE network settings to enter account information provided by your ISP if you use a DSL or cable modem to connect to the internet and your ISP uses PPPoE.
To change these settings, choose Apple menu > System Settings, click Network in the sidebar, then select a PPPoE network service on the right. (You may need to scroll down.)
The name of the network service and the connection status indicator.
The current settings are listed below the name of the service.
Change the settings for the network service. See PPPoE Details button settings, below.
Connect or disconnect the selected PPPoE service.
Remove the network service.
Deactivate the network service.
PPPoE Details button settings
Click Details to change the settings below.
The name of the network service.
To change the name, select the name, then enter a new name.
PPPoE service name
The service name provided by your ISP.
The account name.
Save the password for the account.
The password for the account.
Configure IPv4 and IPv6.
Configure DNS servers and search domains.
See Change DNS settings.
Configure Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) settings.
See Change WINS settings.
Configure internet proxies.
Configure PPP settings. See PPP settings, below.
Connect automatically when needed
Connect automatically when needed.
Prompt to maintain the connection
Receive a notification when the computer is idle for the specified number of minutes.
Prompt every n minutes
Enter the number of minutes to wait between notifications.
Disconnect when user logs out
End the connection when you log out of your user account.
Disconnect when switching user accounts
End the connection when you switch to another user account.
Send PPP echo packets
Send echo packets when needed.
Use verbose logging
Capture more detailed log information.