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Topic # 125748 18-Jul-2013 10:36
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Hi there,

Good day, recently I upgraded my adsl to Telecom Fiber and flashed my Asus RT-N66U firmware to the Tomato version 1.28 by shibby.

After any set up, I replaced the telecom PACE V5542 Gateway with Asus RT-N66U and connected WAN port. Unfortunately, N66U can't connect Fiber...

Can I have some suggestion for this issue? any N66U configurations are as below:

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  Reply # 858487 18-Jul-2013 10:38
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  Reply # 858493 18-Jul-2013 10:41
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Hi there, tag vlan like as pic?



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  Reply # 858497 18-Jul-2013 10:45
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Use an image hosting service like iforce.co.nz so your images don't get cut off and insert multiple images per post..

Did you tick tagged?




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  Reply # 858498 18-Jul-2013 10:45
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In the red frame VID should be total 10 or like as pic?



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  Reply # 858504 18-Jul-2013 10:50
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Hi James, how's the VID of Vlan1? should be 0 or 1? and how's the trunk vlan support override is enable or no?

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  Reply # 858614 18-Jul-2013 13:44
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No idea sorry don't think it makes a difference

I would also assume you need a valid username/password in order to authenticate

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  Reply # 859619 18-Jul-2013 14:02
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This guy here got it working so it's clearly something in your setup.

As mentioned you obviously need to insert your PPPoE username and password to authenticate.

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  Reply # 861833 18-Jul-2013 20:21
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webkea:



You almost got it right,

you need set your second vlan entry to vlan10, not vlan 2

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  Reply # 862619 20-Jul-2013 15:21
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hmm i'm trying a similar thing but my tickbox for tagged is greyed out and I cant tick it,  any ideas?

EDIT: So Yeah I newb'd it up and didnt enable the vlan trunk option.  all good now




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  Reply # 865166 24-Jul-2013 15:42
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Hi there,

Thanks your helps. My ASUS-N66U is running on the Telecom UFB now.

Bullpup, please tick and save 'Trunk VLAN support override' first.

and two important items should be correct:

1. User name & Password must be blank.

2.the first VLAN and VID should be 1 and 1, the second VLAN and VID should be 10 and 10



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  Reply # 865171 24-Jul-2013 15:45
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Refer to this picture:


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