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  Reply # 1050128 20-May-2014 21:27
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sbiddle: Your masquerade rule should be using your internet connection as the out interface, which in this case will be the PPPoE




Cheers Steve, I thought that after I'd uploaded the image, so like this?

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  Reply # 1050132 20-May-2014 21:35
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Except that's red now so it means there is an error. Is your PPPoE session up?





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  Reply # 1050133 20-May-2014 21:37
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sbiddle: Except that's red now so it means there is an error. Is your PPPoE session up?




No PPPoE unfortunately, I've decided to do this the hard way (helping a friend) and configuring offline at my house which has VDSL, not fibre. 

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  Reply # 1050137 20-May-2014 21:38
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+ firewall drop rule should be pppoe too.

Trying to understand your config - why do you have no bridge?

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  Reply # 1050139 20-May-2014 21:42
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So are you trying to configure it now as the router or merely as a bridge to do VLAN tagging?





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  Reply # 1050140 20-May-2014 21:43
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sbiddle: So are you trying to configure it now as the router or merely as a bridge to do VLAN tagging?




Merely as a PPPoE bridge (to the AirPort Extreme) for VLAN tagging.

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  Reply # 1050142 20-May-2014 21:50
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I know it's been mentioned before but the airport works great if you let the mikrotik do the routing and then just bridge the airport that's how most people run it.


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  Reply # 1050146 20-May-2014 21:55
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If it's just a bridge your setup is totally wrong. You shouldn't have any PPPoE stuff in there.

You'll need to fully reset the device config and simply create VLAN10 and bridge that to another ethernet port.



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  Reply # 1050148 20-May-2014 21:57
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sbiddle: If it's just a bridge your setup is totally wrong. You shouldn't have any PPPoE stuff in there.

You'll need to fully reset the device config and simply create VLAN10 and bridge that to another ethernet port.


Oh ok, I was just being guided by the posts on this thread.



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  Reply # 1050157 20-May-2014 22:18
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Ok, to achieve a PPPoE bridge to the AirPort (ONT <-> Microtik - <-> AirPort Extreme (plus extended Wi-Fi)) it would look like this?

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  Reply # 1050170 20-May-2014 22:59
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wow... confusion has ensued, probably my fault.

My guidance was based on using the Mikrotik as the main router for everything and just using the airport for wireless.

Edit:
You are confusing PPPoE bridging, like what is done with a DSL modem, with just standard Ethernet/VLANs.



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  Reply # 1059816 5-Jun-2014 13:54
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chevrolux: wow... confusion has ensued, probably my fault.

My guidance was based on using the Mikrotik as the main router for everything and just using the airport for wireless.

Edit:
You are confusing PPPoE bridging, like what is done with a DSL modem, with just standard Ethernet/VLANs.


Ok, I'm just getting back into this

So with the bridge setup as Steve suggested above, is this being used as a bridge between the Technicolor and the AirPort, or does it replaced the Technicolor.

Currently with the Technicolor and the AirPort I have double nat

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