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Topic # 239312 11-Jul-2018 20:02
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Hi 

 

I am having trouble with my mikrotik making its pppoe connection. 

 

This has been working for months, and for some reason its really slow to establish the pppoe connection, I have both powered off and rebooted the modem 3 times each.

 

Rebooted the wireless bridge, the netonx switch in the middle, both edge switches, and the Mikrotik, and after an hr has still not come back up.

 

 

 

I have a crazy setup a repeat my vdsl off a solar ubiquity gear repeater, 

 

 

 

zyxel b10 modem 10.0.0.40->edgeswitch->ubiquity af5x wirelessbridge link a-> netonix solar switch->ubiquity af5x wirelessbridge link b->edgeswitch->Mikrotik ether2 10.0.0.20

 

 

 

I have an identical link running in a vlan Dv130 to edgerouter that comes up almost straight away. Is there some golden rule of networking I am breaking running bridge mode over 3 switches and 2 transparent wireless bridges. 

 

 

 

It has been working perfectly, till I unplugged it from the mikrotik and tried to dual wan it using the usg the other connection it's on, I have had it make a connection since. pppoe scan on mikrotik on ether2 its interface picks up nothing. 

 

 

 

Do I need to put this pppoe in its own vlan also

 

 

 

Thanks Jeremy 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2054581 11-Jul-2018 20:54
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So I rebooted the modem and the Mikrotik router and its come up, 

 

Are there any methods to encourage rapid pppoe connections


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  Reply # 2054606 11-Jul-2018 21:21
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Sometimes if you change the mac address of the device looking for PPPoE it can not work till the modem is restarted I have found. Not sure the reason, but in the past if I pulled out my USG and plugged in my linksys router it would not connect unless I had a powercycle of my draytek modem in the mix there or waited ages.





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