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  # 1675530 22-Nov-2016 14:46
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@jevvv Didn't you have Gargoyle running somewhere you were telling me about? Did you get rid of it?





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  # 1675537 22-Nov-2016 15:05
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Still have it, haven't removed it yet. I'm guessing I can leave it on the current router which will end up acting as an accesspoint. 

 

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  # 1675538 22-Nov-2016 15:06
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coffeebaron:
Thursday/ Friday this week?

 

That would be great! 

 

Thanks Fraser 

 

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jevvv:

 

Still have it, haven't removed it yet. I'm guessing I can leave it on the current router which will end up acting as an accesspoint. 

 

Feel free to enlighten me if needs be

 

 

 

 

Honestly if you have a fast enough router I would stick with it, I love running Gargoyle and will be until I get Fibre at which time going to build a PFSense box.





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  # 1675621 22-Nov-2016 19:23
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nedkelly:

 

 

 

Honestly if you have a fast enough router I would stick with it, I love running Gargoyle and will be until I get Fibre at which time going to build a PFSense box.

 

 

I'll see how it goes - I'm familiar with the interface now, and it makes settings available that aren't obvious in the native TP-Link interface :) 

 

But since I don't have students any more I can probably delete the data usage profiles for them ;)

 

 





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  # 1675767 23-Nov-2016 07:56
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nedkelly:

 

Honestly if you have a fast enough router I would stick with it, I love running Gargoyle and will be until I get Fibre at which time going to build a PFSense box.

 

 

Yes, but then no VoIP Line from the provider





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  # 1677282 25-Nov-2016 11:16
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Many many thanks to @coffeebaron for doing the tech magic thingy with the phone wires today. 

 

Hopefully next week we'll get to use the new setup laughing 

 

 

 

I KNOW you are all waiting with bated breath to find out if it's working wink





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  # 1677300 25-Nov-2016 11:48
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So the novel became a pamphlet :D





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  # 1677384 25-Nov-2016 12:31
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So the novel became a pamphlet :D



Ah but this might just be where the plot twist is...

I can't hear any opera singers. Yet.


(just to mix metaphors)




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  # 1679789 29-Nov-2016 20:43
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Right, I now have VDSL connected. To my computer. 

 

What do I need to change so I can plug my router in to the modem and they will play happily together? 

 

I'm sure there's a setting in the modem I'll have to change, and probably one in the router (which is running Gargoyle)

 

The modem is a NetComm NF4V VDSL/ADSLWiFi Gigabit Modem Router (I'm sure they could add some other stuff to that name) as supplied by Slingshot. 

 

Thanks in advance, team.





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  # 1679793 29-Nov-2016 20:51
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Need to bin the Netcomm and continue to use the Draytek Vigor 130 for VDSL2.





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  # 1679798 29-Nov-2016 20:59
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To put Draytek into VDSL bridge mode:

 

http://downloads.snappernet.co.nz/draytek...

 

Then put Slingshot username / password into PPPoE settings on Gargoyle.

 

 





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  # 1679906 30-Nov-2016 07:30
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@jevvv confirming you are not using the VoIP line from Slingshot?





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  # 1679923 30-Nov-2016 08:07
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cisconz:

 

@jevvv confirming you are not using the VoIP line from Slingshot?

 

 

I believe she is / will. Next step is setting up the Slingshot router in WAN mode to use as a dumb ATA.

 

 





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  # 1679931 30-Nov-2016 08:27
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 So like this then @jevvv

 

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