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Master Geek

# 213864 16-Apr-2017 11:19
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Last night for some reason, my modem lost connection with 2Talk, and now does not seem to be able to connect at all.
Prior to this, we were moving things around in the house and the modem was switched off.

Can someone please give me all ADSL settings for the following modem:
Draytek Vigor 130
Was set up for passthrough but I am currently connected direct to it, to sort the connection issue.
The router is having no issue and all networked devices see it and can connect with each other.

Oddly: I note that the modem has reset everything including the password back to default.
Hence I am looking for an all settings walkthrough.

We have no net other than hot-spotting through my cellphone.
2Talk have no support other than via their website, which asks a lot of questions that i am really not sure how to reply to :\

The DSL light on the modem is solid green, and it shows that it can see the DSL up and down speeds. The modem does not have a WAN IP address though.
ACT light flashes slowly and methodically.

Thank you

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Ultimate Geek

  # 1764926 16-Apr-2017 11:44
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Pulled off 2talk website...






PPP protocol: PPP over ATM (PPPoA) with VC-multiplexed encapsulation (VC-MUX)
VPI: 0
VCI: 100
MTU: 1500


Username: You should have received an email confirming the username of your connection. If you are not sure of your username you can just use the default username or log a support ticket at requesting this.


Password: This will be your 2talk password.

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Master Geek

  # 1764954 16-Apr-2017 12:09
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Dude, you're a legend :)

a few of the settings were wrong including the username I was using.

Out of curiousity: can you link me to the page you found as I couldn't find it (although initially I was using phone to look online and my eyes not the best)

Thanks again :D


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Ultimate Geek

  # 1765001 16-Apr-2017 13:07
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All good...



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