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Topic # 242214 16-Oct-2018 15:05
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Noting the instructions on third party routers from MR, they say disable VLAN tagging.

 

I might be misunderstanding the terminology but my current working router wants to use VLAN 10? (VLAN Mux ID of 10)

 


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  Reply # 2108900 16-Oct-2018 15:14
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look at the box to the left of that one :)


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2108968 16-Oct-2018 16:35
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If you're on a fibre connection you'll be wanting to use DHCP/IPoE as your connection method, without VLAN tagging. We only have the VLAN enabled (with ID of 10, priority of 0) for our VDSL connections.




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  Reply # 2109100 16-Oct-2018 20:12
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Can confirm that, once firmware upgraded, it pretty much works with no further configuration. Connection, even without satellite units in place, seems better than my uap-ac lr unit.

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