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  #2167830 26-Jan-2019 12:25
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So you're now using 3.0.0.4.384.45149 ?


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  #2167831 26-Jan-2019 12:27
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Yes that is correct.

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  #2167832 26-Jan-2019 12:31
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Has any router worked at this location?

 

Do we know if the Fibre connection is even working? Have you had a working connection with other equipment?

 

What was the previous router you were using at this location?

 

 




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  #2167834 26-Jan-2019 12:37
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Yep I was using the router which was provided by Orcon. Plugged it back in again just so we have access to the internet and it's all working.

  #2167934 26-Jan-2019 13:33
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you havent brought the wrong router, you just IMO made a poor choice in it.

 

and it should (will) work, it may just not be the be all and end all the marketing makes it out to be.

 

you may sill end up with areas in the hosue with "good" signal but the device cant send the data back fast enough to be helpful.


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  #2167944 26-Jan-2019 13:55
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Looks like the pbtech website is incomplete/inaccurate

 

DELETED WRONG INFORMATION





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  #2167948 26-Jan-2019 13:59
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i can't find VPI and VCI, but have you entered your username and password?





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  #2167951 26-Jan-2019 14:02
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Batman:

 

i can't find VPI and VCI, but have you entered your username and password?

 

 

OP's connection is fibre so I can't see how ADSL parameters apply.

 

Note: Orcon use IPoE/DHCP on fibre not PPPoE.


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  #2167953 26-Jan-2019 14:05
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Ah so the orcon website! LOL

 

Trawled through it, can't find the UFB router settings

 

Ask in Orcon forum





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  #2167954 26-Jan-2019 14:06
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Batman:

 

I have a feeling when you factory reset and use the set up wizard you may be able to choose PPPOA ... but i can't choose PPPOA on mine

 

 

PPPoATM (Aysnchronous Transfer Mode) is used on ADSL connections. Your router has no such interface.


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  #2167955 26-Jan-2019 14:08
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sorry misled by orcon website .... i suggest OP ask in Orcon forum as there is no further information I can find on Orcon website. Maybe could even call their helpdesk





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  #2167961 26-Jan-2019 14:11
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according to this thread





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  #2167963 26-Jan-2019 14:14
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May be @Sounddude can help.

 

 


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  #2167964 26-Jan-2019 14:15
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sorry couldn't match what's on that thread to the asus.

 

but the main question is has the OP done a factory reset? firmware update keeps the settings





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  #2167965 26-Jan-2019 14:15
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@Batman maybe just stop posting as you are more than likely just confusing things


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