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mikelnz1983

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#195420 19-Apr-2016 19:01
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Hey Guys

 

i recently upgraded my net connection to UFB ( Yay )

 

I was supplied with the bundled huawei home gateway supplied by vodafone ( BOO )

 

 

 

i have a Netgear N600 that i would like to use and believe this can work, my problem is when i connect this up to the WAN cable going to the UFB terminal on my wall, nothing authenticates and i cannot connect.

 

Apparantly i do not need a user name and password and it should work straight off.

 

I recieved advise from someone on the Voda forums who said i needed to enable VLAN tagging, this is not typically an option that i could find on the netgear so i installed DDWRT that seems to have the option which i did enable, but still nothing

 

 

 

So what i am asking, is what do i need to do on DDWRT to get this thing connected to the net

 

 

 

Thanks


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Jase2985
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  #1535942 19-Apr-2016 19:11
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you need to tag the WAN interface with VLAN 10

 

something like this, maybe it helps maybe it doesnt.
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=158&topicid=157306


mikelnz1983

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  #1535943 19-Apr-2016 19:13
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ill give it a whirl, it looks pretty much what i did already, only difference is i did not do a pppoe connection as i do not use a username or password


 
 
 
 


phantomdb
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  #1535948 19-Apr-2016 19:16
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plug the supplied router in and find out how it connects via the wan port and replicate to new router.





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mikelnz1983

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  #1535949 19-Apr-2016 19:19
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i did try but didnt seem to want to get going, i imagine it shouldnt be so hard but something seems to be getting in the way :P


mikelnz1983

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  #1535984 19-Apr-2016 20:12
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ok so some more details.

 

I have logged into my vodafone router and it doesnt really show me any details that i need that i can see, i dont need to do a thing to this modem to get it to connect it seems to be all automatic, i cant seem to get into anything that shows "authentication information" or connection type. these modems are installed with vodas own firmware so its pretty limited

 

i have followed this link and copied exactly what it has and still nothing http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=158&topicid=157306

 

i do still wonder if this router supports UFB but everything i am seeing indicates it does

 

appreciate all the help so far


Jase2985
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  #1536004 19-Apr-2016 20:30
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if its the HG659 try  'Admin' and password 'VF-NZhg659'


mikelnz1983

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  #1536011 19-Apr-2016 20:35
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it is, can you confirm that password again, not taking it


 
 
 
 


mikelnz1983

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  #1536057 19-Apr-2016 21:38
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sweet that got me in, i can see a bunch of settings under something called internet_ethernet, their is basic connection that has a connection type of IP Routing, would this be known as something else, i dont have this in DDWRT.

 

interestingly enough their is a bunch of other settings under something called onnet_ethernet, that has a connection type of PPP ( assume this is same as pppoe ) and their is a username in this lot called vfnz_pro, although the password i cant see

 

which set should i be trying to migrate or focusing on

 

 


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