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Topic # 62963 18-Jun-2010 04:55
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I'm trying to do the Half Bridge thing with the 1320.

I followed these instructions for the 1320, but my router is completely different to the one he's using.

I don't know what I did wrong, but the network is slow and unstable, and all these settings in the router's setup page are blank:

Cable Status:
Network Status:
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:
Primary DNS Server:




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  Reply # 342945 18-Jun-2010 11:26
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Go to Advanced > Internet > Connections
Click the Pencil to edit the connection

VPI should be 0
VCI should be 100
Service Category: UBR without PCR

Click Next

Select PPP over ATM (PPPoA) and VCMux.

Click Next

Select Obtain an IP address automatically.
Tick " PPP IP extension". This half bridge. NAT should now auto untick itself (otherwise do it manually).

Click Next

Enter username and password

Click Next

Finish

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  Reply # 342960 18-Jun-2010 11:53
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Also what wireless/router are you connecting to the RTA1320?



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  Reply # 343019 18-Jun-2010 14:11
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  Reply # 343020 18-Jun-2010 14:13
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eXDee: Go to Advanced > Internet > Connections
Click the Pencil to edit the connection

VPI should be 0
VCI should be 100
Service Category: UBR without PCR

Click Next

Select PPP over ATM (PPPoA) and VCMux.

Click Next

Select Obtain an IP address automatically.
Tick " PPP IP extension". This half bridge. NAT should now auto untick itself (otherwise do it manually).

Click Next

Enter username and password

Click Next

Finish


this is in the rta 1320 right?

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