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Topic # 175365 26-Jun-2015 11:19
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Hi,

Does anyone know if it's possible to connect to Spark Fibre using an ASUS RT-3200 router (https://www.asus.com/nz/Networking/RTAC3200/)? Can you plug the WAN port into the fibre terminating box or do you need a fibre modem?


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  Reply # 1332000 26-Jun-2015 12:00
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Connect the WAN port on the RT-AC3200 to the ONT, and make sure you set the Vlan/VID to 10 for the WAN interface.




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  Reply # 1332530 27-Jun-2015 08:23
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Hi,

Thanks, I read that somewhere else but couldn't figure out how to make it work. I couldn't find a specific setting for VLAN/VID on the WAN page - only on the LAN settings and that didn't seem to have any effect?

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  Reply # 1332581 27-Jun-2015 13:20
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  Reply # 1337002 4-Jul-2015 18:25
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i am sure this going to work



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  Reply # 1337314 5-Jul-2015 15:49
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I've tried following the instructions above but no luck so far, it has the same configuration screens but no matter how many times I restart either the device or the fibre ONT it wont connect.

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