Thanks for the help Bob. First thing I have to worry about is getting the Time Capsule first There won't be any double NAT right? The ISP wants everyone to bridge the modem and I guess that automatically disables DHCP on the modem because when it's put in bridge mode it acts as a dumb modem and all the authentication is done on the Linksys. You select PPPoE on Linksys and that's where you put in your DSL key & email and then a little box DHCP is checked right under PPPoE. Is this the best and most efficient way to set it up. I guess it has to be if your ISP tells you you have to bridge the modem.
It seems as though I was getting confused with the Time Capsules screenshot and the Airport that you showed me above. But what about the Time Capsule? If I use Airport to set it up will I still get that box that comes up on the Time Capsule where it show DHCP and Bridge buttons? or will that be bypassed when just strictly using the Airport? If not what and I do get the box that comes up with DHCP and Bridge on the Time Capsule what would I have to choose on that providing that whole box won't be bypassed by setting up with Airport or not?
I was getting the Time Capsule box confused with the Airport. I'ts because I don't have the Time Capsule yet and all I ever saw on the web was the Time Capsule box and finally realised that what you were showing me wasn't Time Capsule but Airport. So will this 2 button Time Capsule box be bypassed when set up like this or will a box come up from Time Capsule where even though doing PPPoE on Airport I'll still have to check either DHCP or Bridge in Time Capsule?
There won't be any double NAT right?
If the modem is configured in Bridge Mode and the Time Capsule is setup to connect using PPPoE, there will not be a Double NAT.
When you get the Time Capsule, all you need to do is connect the modem to the WAN port on the Time Capsule and open AirPort Utility.
AirPort Utility will ask a few basic questions like what you want to name the Time Capsule and what name you want to use for a wireless network and password.
AirPort Utility will automatically detect that the modem is in bridge mode and tell you that the Time Capsule will be setup to connect using PPPoE. Enter your ISP credentials and follow a few more simple guided steps.
You will be amazed at how simple and quick the setup will be.