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Topic # 151769 4-Sep-2014 15:12
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Hi guys I really need someones help I have been trying all day to setup my Modem for Vdsl but no success when I plug in the ethernet to wan port into the back of pc I get the internet light blinking but if i take it out of these put into lan light goes off but even plugged into wan and into back of pc I get error at local area connection that says "Local Area Connection" Doesnt have a valid Ip configuration

Please help me I really want this to work

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  Reply # 1121902 4-Sep-2014 15:19
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WAN interface on router connects to the Internet not your PC. Given VDSL connection the router obviously has a VDSL interface so the Ethernet WAN interface can be ignored. PC connects to a LAN interface.




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  Reply # 1121911 4-Sep-2014 15:21
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Hi,

Try the VDSL cable in the DSL port and the PC 1-4 Ethernet ports. Configure the VDSL line in the advised options under Admin/VF-NZhg659.
Edit the VDSL with PPP credentials. Change the IPOE to PPP Over Ethernet.

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  Reply # 1121917 4-Sep-2014 15:30
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Vdsl cable would be the yellow Cat5e? I use a similiar but 20m version that same since i need to use jackpoint in kitchen and run to my room

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  Reply # 1121918 4-Sep-2014 15:31
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Ryuken: Vdsl cable would be the yellow Cat5e? I use a similiar but 20m version that same since i need to use jackpoint in kitchen and run to my room


What ever cable comes from where Chorus terminated the dedicated jack point. It uses a RJ11 cable. It will fit in a RJ45 socket.




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  Reply # 1121929 4-Sep-2014 15:37
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The Dsl port is same size a rj11 to bigpipe for Cat5e ethernet cable

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  Reply # 1121932 4-Sep-2014 15:39
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Ryuken: The Dsl port is same size a rj11 to bigpipe for Cat5e ethernet cable


Something like that.
As long as WAN is solid your good to go, internet light flashing means its configured OK.




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  Reply # 1121940 4-Sep-2014 15:45
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Thing is once I plug the Cat5e Cable into the blue Wan port of the modem the Wan says solid green and the internet light starts blinking so I go check pc and gives error local area connection doesnt have valid ip configuration error and I cant access the Huawei modem page on 192.168.1.1 while connected to the Wan blue port

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  Reply # 1121944 4-Sep-2014 15:46
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Put some blue tack in the WAN port as you CANT use it for VDSL. It is only for Ethernet up link.




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  Reply # 1121965 4-Sep-2014 16:10
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DSL port is RJ11. WARNING: Connecting VDSL run to RJ45 Ethernet WAN port will potentially cause damage to the device.




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  Reply # 1121980 4-Sep-2014 16:26
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You plug your DSL into the DSL port, not the WAN port.

Plugging DSL into a WAN port can fry the router, they have a tendency to not like 45V DC on Ethernet pins.





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  Reply # 1121990 4-Sep-2014 16:39
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Oh no only thing i put in wan was my grey Cat5e ethernet cable Not rj11 also managed to access admin account for Huawei Hg659 but many thing to change but thing is Im getting dns and invalid ip errors in local area connection

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  Reply # 1121994 4-Sep-2014 16:43
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Sounds like it needs a reset - find the factory reset option in the interface.
It should set it back to the defaults and go from there...




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  Reply # 1121998 4-Sep-2014 16:47
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TimA: Hi,

Try the VDSL cable in the DSL port and the PC 1-4 Ethernet ports. Configure the VDSL line in the advised options under Admin/VF-NZhg659.
Edit the VDSL with PPP credentials. Change the IPOE to PPP Over Ethernet.

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Couldnt see the Ipoe to Ppp Over Ethernet any change you have a picture of that settings? I see in internet options are Dsl access type connection and ethernet access type both says disconnected and I have the ethernet plugged in back of pc



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  Reply # 1122019 4-Sep-2014 17:20
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TimA: Hi,

Try the VDSL cable in the DSL port and the PC 1-4 Ethernet ports. Configure the VDSL line in the advised options under Admin/VF-NZhg659.
Edit the VDSL with PPP credentials. Change the IPOE to PPP Over Ethernet.

Cheers


This ultimately got my connection going since working from like 8am this morning till now I just only get it working thanks to everyone that helped me through this much appreciated thanks guys

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