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  # 915395 15-Oct-2013 13:21
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HiTM4N:
sidefx: Have you got bridging working with the fritzbox using freetz?

Not yet, but that was my main reason for looking into Freetz. Don't have much experience with bridge-utils though


problem with freetz seems to be all the information is in German, makes it a little hard to make sense of..

in my reading bridging seems to work on freetz, cant say i have personally tried it though... i was looking a freetz for the extra few features and graphs it can provide.. 




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Very nice, I've been meaning to give it a try too but haven't had the time (or been brave enough, heh) I'm also guessing I'd need to buy a standalone ATA before bridging with the fritzbox.

Let us know how it goes though! Very keen to know.

If you read this thread there was another user using freetz - might be worth seeing if you can find it. Also one of the snap peeps (quakeguy I think) was having a play with freetz a while back - I think there was a seperate thread about it.


 
 
 
 


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  # 915413 15-Oct-2013 13:37
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sidefx: Very nice, I've been meaning to give it a try too but haven't had the time (or been brave enough, heh)


this would be me too lol..

sidefx:
I'm also guessing I'd need to buy a standalone ATA before bridging with the fritzbox.



yeah, pretty sure you wont be able to bridge and still use the ATA ports unfortunately..



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If you read this thread there was another user using freetz - might be worth seeing if you can find it. Also one of the snap peeps (quakeguy I think) was having a play with freetz a while back - I think there was a seperate thread about it.



didnt know anyone else had bought it up, have to hunt down quakeguys posts, be interesting to hear a snap guys views on it and such.




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  # 915419 15-Oct-2013 13:41
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sidefx:
If you read this thread there was another user using freetz - might be worth seeing if you can find it. Also one of the snap peeps (quakeguy I think) was having a play with freetz a while back - I think there was a seperate thread about it.



Cadriel, back on page 40 (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=105744&page_no=40#715695).

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stevehodge:
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If you read this thread there was another user using freetz - might be worth seeing if you can find it. Also one of the snap peeps (quakeguy I think) was having a play with freetz a while back - I think there was a seperate thread about it.



Cadriel, back on page 40 (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=105744&page_no=40#715695).


that was fast finding it!




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  # 915427 15-Oct-2013 13:45
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Nice. And this was quakeguys post that I was thinking of:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=113769


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sidefx: Nice. And this was quakeguys post that I was thinking of:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=113769


Nice! I can work with that! I've contacted quakeguy as well regarding this




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HiTM4N:
sidefx: Nice. And this was quakeguys post that I was thinking of:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=113769


Nice! I can work with that! I've contacted quakeguy as well regarding this


sounds like a slight bit of a hack to get it working but easily scriptable.. wonder if theres a way of keeping the dsl daemon from booting at all.

  
vdsl modems arent exactly cheap enough to write off it as, ill just go buy another that bridges easily however!




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hio77:
HiTM4N:
sidefx: Nice. And this was quakeguys post that I was thinking of:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=90&topicid=113769


Nice! I can work with that! I've contacted quakeguy as well regarding this


sounds like a slight bit of a hack to get it working but easily scriptable.. wonder if theres a way of keeping the dsl daemon from booting at all.

  
vdsl modems arent exactly cheap enough to write off it as, ill just go buy another that bridges easily however!

Well in freetz you can disable dsld

but also when building the images I can remove the whole dsld binary from the image so it can't even try to use it (because it doesnt exist)





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seems my errors have gone through the roof!






over dinner, ima be downgrading!




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hio77: seems my errors have gone through the roof!






over dinner, ima be downgrading!

Thats insane!




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insane indeed... silly me, lost my voip config too.. must have missed saving that screenshot..

sitting at 4 CRCPM currently :/




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Psilan:
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what? 17a with DLM-2 thats a interesting move




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