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# 214319 6-May-2017 15:55
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Hi all, Im in a bit of a jam and can get my internet configured correctly.  Im trying to get my router (RT-AC88U) Bridged to either one of these VDSL Modems (Netcomm NF4V or Netgear DM200). My slingshot internet Coneection is PPoe and the DM200 connects fine by itself untill i change it to bridge mode with the AC88U, Which has the slingshot usename/password entered.  If i go to the network map it shows that the internet is disconnected, If i change the wan to static ip and have it on the same subnet as the modem ip (192.168.5.1) it shows internet is connected but computers or devices have random connectivity to the internet. Its much the same with the NF4V but once connected the computers connected have constant connectivity.  The problem is the AC88U is double NATed and i want to use the features of the router but cant in the current config.


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  # 1776878 6-May-2017 16:22
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I tried it using some details I found on here on an orcon thread with my voyager connection and it didnt work. So I just bought the known to work draytek which does the job easily.

 

I suspect it was the vlan tagging or something screwing it up, but a new modem was easier than messing about for hours with no internet.





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  # 1776903 6-May-2017 16:30
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Id really like to make what i do have work if that fails the Draytek would be my final option


 
 
 
 


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  # 1787016 23-May-2017 19:41
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We've used a few DM200's quite successfully with Mikrotik's behind them.

 

 

 

Make sure you're running the latest firmware 1.0.0.44: https://kb.netgear.com/000037836/DM200-Firmware-Version-1-0-0-44

 

It gives an extra option when enabling bridging to pass through the VLAN tag.


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  # 1805286 22-Jun-2017 15:39
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If you don't need the phone line on NF4v you can hook AC88U straight with the ONT and initiate the internet connection directly. Just remember to setup VLAN tagging on the WAN port and you might have to call slingshot for the password.


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  # 1832418 27-Jul-2017 17:53
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Ok long time away but i'm back at this trying it again.  Ive now got a draytek vigor 130 and the ppoe connection in the asus network map keeps connecting then once its connected an the light on the router changes from red/white to solid white, Disconnects. I'm wondering if the Vlan setup that Slingshot uses Vlan 10 Priority 0 has something to do with this?  Ive tried manually setting the vlan from the lan settings in the asus router but im not getting any better than constant disconnects once a connection has been established.


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  # 1832430 27-Jul-2017 18:20
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Draytek sends through untagged traffic, i.e., Asus should not have a vlan id set.





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  # 1832533 27-Jul-2017 21:12
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Spyware:

 

Draytek sends through untagged traffic, i.e., Asus should not have a vlan id set.

 

 

It can be done both ways, there are 2 ways to set them up.





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  # 1832559 27-Jul-2017 22:06
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They way i have it set is vdsl only ppoe pass thru and vlan id 10 and priority 0 on the client side, nothing special set up on the asus router everything i try ends up with it not connecting and not even trying to connect


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  # 1832561 27-Jul-2017 22:20
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i run NF4V's on my network as bridge modems, they work great.

 

 

 

remove the PPP interface on them, Setup bridge mode vlan 10 and terminate PPPoE on your router.

 

 





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