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# 251374 22-Jun-2019 10:27
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Hey guys newbie here.

Recently got Skinny 200 Fibre. The supplied Huawei router is only pulling roughly 30mb via wireless.

Anyhow I have an Asus DSL AC68U that I used to run VDSL (Flip Internet) through and was getting way better d/u rates. I am wanting to config my Asus but to be honest I do not know even where to start.

Has any one on here connected the same router to Skinny Fibre? If so how?

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

Clay


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  # 2262347 22-Jun-2019 10:32
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The Huawei routers do much higher speeds over Wi-Fi depending on the environment

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  # 2262351 22-Jun-2019 10:42
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Skinny are PPPoE with no vlan tag.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2262449 22-Jun-2019 14:04
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PB Tech to the rescue!

https://www.pbtech.co.nz/ASUSISPSettings




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  # 2262505 22-Jun-2019 15:21
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take that router and throw it out. then go buy one that actually routes packets.

 

 

 

it's pppoe stack is pretty poor..

 

better yet, use the skinny one. it's the supported device





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