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Topic # 98211 26-Feb-2012 22:42
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Hi. 

I am having some ongoing issues with my second SPA2102.

Any time I make changes to the configuration, the IP Config reverts from assigned IP to DHCP.

It also sets a password which I don't know so I need to reset it and reprovision it.

I had the device replaced thinking it was a fault but the second one is doing it again.

1st one doesn't do a thing, works perfectly.

Also strangely, I am using the passthrough function (Lan in Bridge Mode and Wan enabled with the IP I assigned) and for some reason the second WAP I have connected, is handing out IP's on a different network (In the same range). DHCP is turned OFF on both devices. Only my Lan Router is giving out IP's.

Very frustrating.

I have factory reset and refirmwared and re provisioned so many times now!

Anyone able to shed some light?

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  Reply # 587123 26-Feb-2012 22:45
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Do you turn the provisioning settings off after you've set it up so that it won't change it self?

Sounds to me like there's a tftp or http server in the network somewhere that's feeding it settings.

Have you tried out the new SPA122? ;)





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  Reply # 587128 26-Feb-2012 22:53
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DonGould: Do you turn the provisioning settings off after you've set it up so that it won't change it self?

Sounds to me like there's a tftp or http server in the network somewhere that's feeding it settings.

Have you tried out the new SPA122? ;)



No I auto provision once I set the lan settings and away I go. Both devices are configured automatically.

Where do I change the settings to autoprovision?

I haven't personally seen the SPA122 but unless 2talk support autoprovision I wouldn't consider it.  

It is at all possible the auto provision sets a password that only 2talk know?
 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 587132 26-Feb-2012 23:03
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I think you might have missed the ;) re the 122 - it's got issues... :) I'm running beta firmware and I'm still finding bugs, so I wouldn't touch that till it gets sorted, which it will :)

As for the 2102, Log in admin, advanced, --> Prov tab, then just set no to the top two questions re prov, update and it should stop changing on you, it will mean 2Talk can't reprov it, but once it's set I really don't see why you'd worry.

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  Reply # 587166 27-Feb-2012 06:17
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networkn: It is at all possible the auto provision sets a password that only 2talk know?
 


Yes. And it's also possible that the provisioning is overwriting your network settings which is why they keep changing.

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  Reply # 587623 27-Feb-2012 22:35
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sbiddle:
networkn: It is at all possible the auto provision sets a password that only 2talk know?
 


Yes. And it's also possible that the provisioning is overwriting your network settings which is why they keep changing.


Yes the 2talk provisioning does set an admin password and it is your account number as explained in the 
instructions, once it is provisioned you may need to deactivate auto provisioning if you want to change to some custom settings. 




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  Reply # 587633 27-Feb-2012 23:20
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Where do you turn off auto provisioning? Also.. What documentation?

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  Reply # 587668 28-Feb-2012 07:08
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networkn: Where do you turn off auto provisioning?


In the provisioning tab.


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  Reply # 587703 28-Feb-2012 09:36
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sbiddle:
networkn: Where do you turn off auto provisioning?


In the provisioning tab.


Take out the line you put in to provision it in the first place.
 




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  Reply # 587802 28-Feb-2012 12:42
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networkn: Where do you turn off auto provisioning? Also.. What documentation?


As Sbiddle said on the provisioning tab in your spa2102.
The instructions are in the provisioning section in 2talk live, just click on the link...... there are pictures and everything.



 




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  Reply # 587804 28-Feb-2012 12:48
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coffeebaron:
sbiddle:
networkn: Where do you turn off auto provisioning?


In the provisioning tab.


Take out the line you put in to provision it in the first place.
 


He probably didn't put a line in the provisioning tab.
The 2talk provisioning does that automatically, all he needs to do is put the MAC and local IP address in 2talk live provisioning and push go, very clever 2talk hokus pokus stuff.:)




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  Reply # 587805 28-Feb-2012 12:51
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Correct. I just did the autoprovision. I am wondering though, both my SPA's were provisioned identically albiet with different lines and mac address and iP's specified, so I can't understand why one does this and the other doesn't.

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  Reply # 587809 28-Feb-2012 13:03
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networkn: Correct. I just did the autoprovision. I am wondering though, both my SPA's were provisioned identically albiet with different lines and mac address and iP's specified, so I can't understand why one does this and the other doesn't.


Can't answer that, don't even know quite how it works the way it does but it does work very well.
Maybe a question for 2talk, but the simplest way to stop any control from 2talk is to turn off auto provisioning on the spa and if you still have problems there might be some other issue.




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  Reply # 587810 28-Feb-2012 13:05
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Seems better since I managed to log in, very frustrating issue, but seems resolved now. I am still wondering why the other device didn't do the same thing!

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  Reply # 588162 29-Feb-2012 09:11
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2talk auto-provisioning will overwrite network settings etc. to our default template with routing enabled, DHCP etc.  If you want to take advantage of 2talk provisioning but then change to your own preferred network settings or tweaks to the default config then following the provisioning process, then go into the Provisioning tab and disable provisioning (or remove the URI and save) then the device won't try to download it's config again and you can tweak the settings with your own preferences after that (i.e. bridge mode etc.)

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  Reply # 588593 29-Feb-2012 22:07
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thekiwi:
techmeister:
networkn: Where do you turn off auto provisioning? Also.. What documentation?


As Sbiddle said on the provisioning tab in your spa2102.
The instructions are in the provisioning section in 2talk live, just click on the link...... there are pictures and everything.



 


Ive  seen the provisioning tab at
https://live.2talk.co.nz/provisioning/

but where are these magical instructions you speak of?  Cant find anything at
http://blog.2talk.co.nz/ 


The links at the top of the page for the user guides?

https://live.2talk.co.nz/provisioning/linksysspa2102-guide.html

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