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Topic # 230667 7-Mar-2018 20:32
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Caveat is that the NF4V will still need to support Orcon Voip.

 

 


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  Reply # 1970892 7-Mar-2018 21:03
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You can't have the NF4V (or any modem for that matter) act as a xDSL bridge and provide VoIP services. It's simply not possible since the router is acting as a transparent bridge and doesn't then have a WAN address to route any traffic.

 

 


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  Reply # 1970894 7-Mar-2018 21:07
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get your own modem to bridge and stick the NF4V on the inside.

 

 

 

there are posts somewhere around here about extracting SIP logins etc, you could always go down that route.

 

The NF4V's are amazing bridging modems. i run a set of them here. Never misses a beat and broadcom chipset is wide open for polling and playing. 





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  Reply # 1970905 7-Mar-2018 21:23
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Bleh. 

 

Was easier to reconfigure the network. All done and working.
Was irksome that the manual clearly states it had static route support (which is why I went down the Orcon route) when it doesn't work.

 

Oh well. As long as the fandamnily can surf, all is well with the world. :-)

 

 


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  Reply # 1971129 8-Mar-2018 11:37
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hio77:

 

get your own modem to bridge and stick the NF4V on the inside.

 

 

 

there are posts somewhere around here about extracting SIP logins etc, you could always go down that route.

 

The NF4V's are amazing bridging modems. i run a set of them here. Never misses a beat and broadcom chipset is wide open for polling and playing. 

 

 

 

 

@hio77 are you bridging ADSL2 or VDSL?





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  Reply # 1971130 8-Mar-2018 11:39
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openmedia:

 

 

 

hio77 are you bridging ADSL2 or VDSL?

 

 

 

 

Both.

 

 

 

terminate DHCP and PPPoE respectively per RSP support for platforms.

 

 

 

They don't do PPPoA to PPPoE translation, so you need a RSP that supports atm 0.110 for adsl.





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  Reply # 1971144 8-Mar-2018 12:06
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hio77:

 

openmedia:

 

 

 

hio77 are you bridging ADSL2 or VDSL?

 

 

 

 

Both.

 

 

 

terminate DHCP and PPPoE respectively per RSP support for platforms.

 

 

 

They don't do PPPoA to PPPoE translation, so you need a RSP that supports atm 0.110 for adsl.

 

 

 

 

@hio77 I'm with Orcon on Chorus UBA which appears to have ATM VPI.VCI 0.100

 

Also I'm guessing I need a router that will handle PPPoA on its end?

 

 





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  Reply # 1971146 8-Mar-2018 12:13
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openmedia:

 

@hio77 I'm with Orcon on Chorus UBA which appears to have ATM VPI.VCI 0.100

 

Also I'm guessing I need a router that will handle PPPoA on its end?

 

 

 

 

Last i checked Orcon (vocus) allow it, It simply isn't the supported setup.

 

 

 

You would need to change to 0.110 then VLAN10 and go PPPoE (possibly could even do DHCP with them).

 

 

 

@sounddude probably could confirm.

 

As stated, would likely be unsupported.





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  Reply # 1971282 8-Mar-2018 15:21
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If you are on Chorus UBA (BUBA) then the router will need to do PPPoE->PPPoA conversion using VCI 0.100.

 

If you are Chorus EUBA then you can do PPPoE->PPPoE using VCI 0.110 (VLAN 10).

 

DHCP doesn't work on EUBA, only UFB.


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  Reply # 1972189 10-Mar-2018 00:00
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Thanks to confirmation from @Sounddude that I'm on EUBA I was able to test running a PPPoE connection on an NF4V.

 

I then bridged that to my R7000 running advanced tomato





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