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Topic # 159799 13-Dec-2014 06:57
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  Reply # 1196689 13-Dec-2014 07:06
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Hi.

I have just had UFB installed  and at the moment I'm using Spark HG630b Home Gateway. I would prefer to use my Netgear D6300 as it has a higher WiFi speed. Spark HG630b Home Gateway only goes upto Mode n where as the D6300 goes to newer mode of AC.

Spark suggest the following settings for third party gateways.

Operating Mode : MDI/MDIX

 

  • PPP Protocol : PPPoE
  • PPP Username: user@xtrabb.co.nz
  • PPP Password: telecom1
  • PPP Auth Type : blank (if you cannot leave blank, select PAP)
  • Encapsulation : 802.1Q
  • PCP Marking : 0
  • VID (or VLAN) : 10
  • MTU : 1,500 or AUTO
So my question is, does anyone have a D6300 connected to UFB and if so how do you set it up.

I await with baited breath

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  Reply # 1196700 13-Dec-2014 09:17
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You will need to establish whether the device supports VLAN10 tagging on the WAN. If it does you'll simply need to follow the details which you have already posted above.



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