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  Reply # 689209 21-Sep-2012 08:39
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You simply configure it in bridge mode with VLAN10 and 0 as the 802.1p, not much else to it really.

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  Reply # 689235 21-Sep-2012 09:07
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thanks.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 693309 29-Sep-2012 09:15
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I spent quite a bit of time messing around with this trying to get it to work, fail! Mako will not authenticate

It looks like theres only 1 person using snap vdsl or fibre on a mako system as theres only 1 " 80 pppoe" plan besides the 1 i had them create - if your one of those guys using that mako snap 80GB profile plan can you confirm if thats vdsl2 or a fiber profile?


im pretty sure the bridge works fine, was able to use use a linksys adsl router behind the zytel bridge by switching one of the lan ports to wan mode and putting in the snap details, also was able to dial snap ok using a windows 7 laptop directly into the bridge and creating a pppoe dialer.

The connection also works fine using the Fritzbox so i dont believe this is anything to do with snap

btw thanks Mako guys for not bothering to call me back on Friday.

If anyone else has any ideas id be interested!

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  Reply # 693385 29-Sep-2012 14:08
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If the Mako can't be made to work and it's critical that you use it the best approach would be a cheap managed switch or Mikrotik in front to set the VLAN10 for you, both of which will set you back well under $100.


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