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Topic # 223146 15-Sep-2017 01:44
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I have my Vigor 130 configured in bridge mode and perform PPPoE from a Linux machine. 

 

When running Firmware version v130_3793_modem_STD on the Vigor 130 everything works as expected.

 

I tried updating the firmware to v130_3812_modem_STD with no changes in the modem configuration and no changes in Linux configuration and unfortunately it stops working

 

From the log on the Linux machine I see a whole heap errors before pppd eventually gives up. Unfortunately nothing in the firmware Release Notes points at what changes I might need to make in the configurations to get it working.

 

 

 

Sep 15 00:36:13 cora pppd[22473]: Send PPPOE Discovery V1T1 PADI session 0x0 length 4

 

Sep 15 00:36:13 cora pppd[22473]:  dst ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff  src d0:50:99:1e:ff:04

 

Sep 15 00:36:13 cora pppd[22473]:  [service-name]

 

Sep 15 00:36:33 cora pppd[22473]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets

 

Sep 15 00:36:33 cora pppd[22473]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery

 

 

 

Any suggestions gratefully accepted.


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  Reply # 1866600 15-Sep-2017 07:10
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The new firmware supports VLAN10 tagging for native EUBA connections rather than PPPoE to PPPoA translation. I haven't actually played with it but since it's not going to offer you any benefits why not just use the old firmware that works for you?

 

 


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  Reply # 1869079 20-Sep-2017 10:27
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Tried a factory reset of the new firmware? I did a similar upgrade a few months ago, attempting to preserve settings, and everything broke horribly. After a full reset, everything was perfect.

 

I had avoided doing a reset because earlier versions of the firmware had an interface bug which made setting up the PPPoE bridging a nightmare. Fortunately that was fixed in the new firmware and it took all of a minute to set up again.


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