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  Reply # 1662861 2-Nov-2016 17:36
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Yep, works well.

 

 

 

Here is the relevant section of my config.boot

 

interfaces {
ethernet eth0 {
description Internet
duplex auto
speed auto
vif 10 {
address dhcp
description "Vodafone FibreX"
firewall {
in {
name WAN_IN
}
local {
name WAN_LOCAL
}
}



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  Reply # 1662871 2-Nov-2016 17:53
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mdf:

 

And for some reason Speedtest thinks that I am in Auckland with an ISP called ISGL (no idea. Seems to be a web hosting company). I did pay extra for the static IP and it might be that this is from their pool or something.

 

EDIT: Typo

 

 

 

 

I have had that on and off too. I used to have that all the time when I was with slingshot... Not sure why. 

 

 

 

Also on disabling windows defender, I have it disabled 100% of the time I really don't like it.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1662909 2-Nov-2016 19:42
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Bugzptr:

 

Yep, works well.

 

Here is the relevant section of my config.boot

 

<snip>

 

 

Interesting.

 

What router does this config.boot file belong to?





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  Reply # 1663027 3-Nov-2016 06:50
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Bugzptr:

 

Yep, works well.

 

Here is the relevant section of my config.boot

 

<snip>

 

 

Interesting.

 

What router does this config.boot file belong to?

 

 

 

 

I have an EdgeRouter Lite 3

 

Also attached is the GUI that generates the section of that config.boot

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1663057 3-Nov-2016 07:11
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ah, perfect, thankyou.

 

 

 

are you able to do this by going to the dashboard page, choosing VLAN, clicking "add int" - "VLAN" then as per your screengrab?

 


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  Reply # 1663065 3-Nov-2016 07:18
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adimw:

 

ah, perfect, thankyou.

 

 

 

are you able to do this by going to the dashboard page, choosing VLAN, clicking "add int" - "VLAN" then as per your screengrab?

 

<snip picture>

 

 

 

 

Correct, but you could also do it from the main screen, Add Interface, Add VLAN.. same thing

 

Then you have to give it a VLAN ID of 10 and select a parent interface to attach it to, in my case eth0


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  Reply # 1663066 3-Nov-2016 07:22
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fantastic, thanks so much! I see in FW 1.9 they've added VLANs into the wizards so for a new OOBE it should prompt during init.

 

What kind of speeds are you getting via the ERL? Close to the max?


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  Reply # 1663067 3-Nov-2016 07:28
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adimw:

 

fantastic, thanks so much! I see in FW 1.9 they've added VLANs into the wizards so for a new OOBE it should prompt during init.

 

What kind of speeds are you getting via the ERL? Close to the max?

 

 

Speedtest just now :

 

 

 

 

I have seen speeds approaching 920 down. I'm just happy with the ~100up, I was on the 100/10 plan previously and I host a couple of services here, so that increase helps.

 

 

 

I'm running EdgeRouter Lite v1.9.1alpha1 firmware at present.

 

 


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  Reply # 1663068 3-Nov-2016 07:30
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Thanks, looks good. Hope I'll see similar, the main drive of the upgrade (and the PITA of updating a bunch of IP's to reflect my new one) was for the upload speed, the download is just a bonus!


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  Reply # 1663460 3-Nov-2016 19:29
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I got a call today and a technician from Downer is coming tomorrow :D wondering what new modem they will give me. I currently have the Technicolor one. 





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  Reply # 1663461 3-Nov-2016 19:32
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lokhor:

 

I got a call today and a technician from Downer is coming tomorrow :D wondering what new modem they will give me. I currently have the Technicolor one. 

 

 

You'll get a Technicolor TC4400 modem along with a Huawei HG659 router





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Server: Dual L5640/36GB DDR3/GTX1060

 

HTPC: R5 2400G/16GB DDR4


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  Reply # 1663465 3-Nov-2016 19:43
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Djmixerdomo:

 

 

lokhor:

 

I got a call today and a technician from Downer is coming tomorrow :D wondering what new modem they will give me. I currently have the Technicolor one. 

 

 

You'll get a Technicolor TC4400 modem along with a Huawei HG659 router

 

 

 

 

Are they any good?





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  Reply # 1663466 3-Nov-2016 19:53
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They router manages to max out the connection - around 945Mbps - and has a decent number of features. I can't speak for the wifi as I don't use it but it should be fine.

 

It's far better than that old Technicolor router (TC7210)





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  Reply # 1663467 3-Nov-2016 19:57
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Djmixerdomo:

 

They router manages to max out the connection - around 945Mbps - and has a decent number of features. I can't speak for the wifi as I don't use it but it should be fine.

 

It's far better than that old Technicolor router (TC7210)

 

 

On a 200/20Mbps HFC connection I get 160Mbps on wireless ac through three walls - not bad for such a cheap device.





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  Reply # 1663468 3-Nov-2016 20:01
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Djmixerdomo:


They router manages to max out the connection - around 945Mbps - and has a decent number of features. I can't speak for the wifi as I don't use it but it should be fine.


It's far better than that old Technicolor router (TC7210)



On a 200/20Mbps HFC connection I get 160Mbps on wireless ac through three walls - not bad for such a cheap device.


And the full 200/20 when closer?




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