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  Reply # 922932 28-Oct-2013 10:50
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Hi all,

Any chance we can get a link to the beta download posted here? Itching to get this 130 setup the same way i had the 120 working - but all attempts have failed to date.

Thanks,
James

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  Reply # 922935 28-Oct-2013 10:54
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Sorry Mate, Due to Snappernet Terms & conditions, we cannot post beta firmware here, But send an email to http://www.snappernet.co.nz/contact/tech/, they will respond very quickly. Cheers.

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  Reply # 922936 28-Oct-2013 11:01
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Wondered if that would be the case - understand, and thanks for the response!

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  Reply # 923521 29-Oct-2013 13:09
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So if i understand correctly, with the beta firmware i should be able to bridge my 1043nd running gargoyle with a dv130 on vdsl2 like i'm doing now with my dv120 on adsl2+?

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  Reply # 923524 29-Oct-2013 13:19
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Correct.

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  Reply # 923542 29-Oct-2013 13:52
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Hmm, just realized that you must use the fritzbox with snap for vdsl2 which doesn't support bridging :/.

Is there any work arounds or i'm stuck with the fritzbox if i want snap vdsl2?

Really like the service quality at snap so don't want to switch to another isp if possible :).



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  Reply # 923604 29-Oct-2013 15:29
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plo009: Hmm, just realized that you must use the fritzbox with snap for vdsl2 which doesn't support bridging :/.

Is there any work arounds or i'm stuck with the fritzbox if i want snap vdsl2?

Really like the service quality at snap so don't want to switch to another isp if possible :).




The Fritzbox isnt required for Snap it is just simply the router they will support. And i you want to use their VoIP service you need to use the Fritz too. There is nothing stopping you getting a Zyxel or Draytek and bridging them to your current router if you just want VDSL. It just means it is up to you to support it.

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  Reply # 926157 2-Nov-2013 09:09
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Official release of DV130 firmware version 3.7.1.3 is now available at http://www.draytek.net.nz/draytek/downloads/

There is also a bridging guide available on the support page http://www.draytek.net.nz/draytek/support/


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  Reply # 933869 14-Nov-2013 13:59
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Ok I am pretty stuck. I had a vigor 130 that I used with my dd-wrt flashed Asus AC66 router and I use snap.net.

Today I upgraded my connection to VDSL2 and the vigor is synching perfect, but I can't establish a PPPOE connection from dd-wrt. I have the 3.7.1.3 fw on the vigor and I have followed the bridging guide from snapper, but still no luck.

This should work, right?

What am I doing wrong?



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  Reply # 933875 14-Nov-2013 14:15
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spacedog: Ok I am pretty stuck. I had a vigor 130 that I used with my dd-wrt flashed Asus AC66 router and I use snap.net.

Today I upgraded my connection to VDSL2 and the vigor is synching perfect, but I can't establish a PPPOE connection from dd-wrt. I have the 3.7.1.3 fw on the vigor and I have followed the bridging guide from snapper, but still no luck.

This should work, right?

What am I doing wrong?


Are you tagging VLAN 10? ADSL doesn't require it, but VDSL does.




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  Reply # 933970 14-Nov-2013 16:07
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Inphinity:
spacedog: Ok I am pretty stuck. I had a vigor 130 that I used with my dd-wrt flashed Asus AC66 router and I use snap.net.

Today I upgraded my connection to VDSL2 and the vigor is synching perfect, but I can't establish a PPPOE connection from dd-wrt. I have the 3.7.1.3 fw on the vigor and I have followed the bridging guide from snapper, but still no luck.

This should work, right?

What am I doing wrong?


Are you tagging VLAN 10? ADSL doesn't require it, but VDSL does.


Yup, I had VLAN 10 ticked.  

However, I just managed to get it to work, but this is really weird.....

So I was looking at the MPoA config page on the 130 as per the bridging guide and I noticed that their guide showed the 'Enable Bridge Mode' box as unticked.  As a test I ticked that box and clicked the OK button and the screen simply refreshed and reverted back to the previous settings.  Unlike normal behavior in the Vigor where it asks to reboot with the 'current configuration'.  Instantly my dd-wrt router was able to authenticate.  Rebooted the Vigor and everything continues to work great.

I did some further testing and restored my Vigore 130 to factory default and manually reconfigured it.  Same result. Unless I tick 'Enable Bridge Mode' and click OK, I can't authenticate.

I can make this issue repeat by going to the MPoA page, click the MPoA 'Enable' radio button (don't even need to toggle between Enable/Disable), click OK and you are asked to reboot using the current configuration.  After that reboot, I cannot PPPOE authenticate UNTIL I perform the steps mentioned above.

Seems like a firmware bug?  Can anyone else confirm that they can reproduce this bug?  Would be good to know if it is a FW bug or something really weird with my modem and router setup.

Here's a screenie to show what I'm talking about:

Vigor 130 MPoA Config

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  Reply # 933993 14-Nov-2013 16:37
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Try setting as 1483 bridged IP LLC & then clicking the bridge button. Retry you PPPoE initiator.
I've seen 1 x case where this was required over the last week for a Telecom VDSL connection. No previous reports on Snap circuits.

NOTE: Clicking the bridge button has no effect when using IPoE.


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  Reply # 934001 14-Nov-2013 17:11
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byronpaul: Try setting as 1483 bridged IP LLC & then clicking the bridge button. Retry you PPPoE initiator.
I've seen 1 x case where this was required over the last week for a Telecom VDSL connection. No previous reports on Snap circuits.

NOTE: Clicking the bridge button has no effect when using IPoE.



Clicking the bridge tick boxes is 100% reproducible for me as I stated in my post above.  I have reproduced it 5x in a row.

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  Reply # 937408 19-Nov-2013 16:28
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Any of you chaps who have ditched the 130 in favour of an alternative want to offload the old 130?




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  Reply # 952336 14-Dec-2013 20:44
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Just purchased one of these, have a couple of routers to test bridging with will let you know how it goes.

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