Change PPPoE settings in Network preferences on Mac
Use the PPPoE pane of Network preferences on your Mac 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 preferences on your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Network , then select a network service in the list on the left.
If there’s a lock at the bottom left of the Network pane, click it to unlock the preference pane.
List of network services.
Create a new network service: Click the Add button , click the Interface pop-up menu, then choose the type of network service you want to create. Type a name in the Service Name field, then click Create.
Remove a network service: Select the network service you want to remove, then click the Remove button .
Manage network services: Click the Action pop-up menu , then choose an option. You can duplicate a service, rename a service, make a service inactive, set the service order, import or export configurations, and manage virtual interfaces.
PPPoE Service Name
Enter the service name provided by your ISP.
Enter the account name.
Enter the password for this account.
Remember this password
Save the password for this account.
Connect or disconnect the selected PPPoE service.
Show PPPoE status in menu bar
Include the PPPoE status in the menu bar.
Set additional PPPoE options, such as TCP/IP configuration, DNS settings, WINS settings, Proxy settings, and PPP settings.