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# 208584 18-Feb-2017 07:29
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Hi guys

Can anyone give me some guidance on how to config advanced tomato (r7000) for big pipe.

I am switching from slingshot and did a factory reset(to remove the vlan settings) but I think I must have done something wrong as the router is not connecting.

Can anyone take a screenshot of your vlan settings page or anything else i need to setup?(done wan pppoe settings)

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  # 1722108 18-Feb-2017 07:56
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Bigpipe don't normally need any VLAN settings enabled unless you specifically requested a tagged connection.


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  # 1722111 18-Feb-2017 08:01
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Yes I am aware of that hence the factory reset to remove any vlan setting that was configured against slingshot.

At the moment I can see vlan 2 with vid 2 against wan (default) I wonder if this is correct.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1722121 18-Feb-2017 08:28
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All good now.

 

Looks like the connection was not activated on Bigpipe's side.

 

 

 

only getting sub 500mbps on a gigabit connection (R7000 on advancedtomato with CTF enabled)

 

hmm, not sure what's wrong.


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  # 1722130 18-Feb-2017 09:21
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What's your CPU look like  in task manager when running the speed test?


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  # 1722132 18-Feb-2017 09:26
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I did another factory reset and reenabled ctf. Looks like that fixed it.

Getting 950mbps down and 500mbps up.

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  # 1722179 18-Feb-2017 11:33
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zyo: I did another factory reset and reenabled ctf. Looks like that fixed it.

Getting 950mbps down and 500mbps up.

 

Normally a reboot will fix it. Nice speeds!





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