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  Reply # 1477321 23-Jan-2016 13:36
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One logging message is 

 

no upstream servers configured

 

I am not sure why that is...


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  Reply # 1477370 23-Jan-2016 15:31
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In the second screenshot you linked to:

 

  • Have you tried leaving the DHCP host name field blank by removing 'dlinkrouter'
  • Can you set the MAC address of the interface back to the default instead of the apple iphone/ipad 98:5a:eb address

Those are the things I would try in addition to making sure cables are physically connected correctly between the D-Link and the Chorus ONT.

 

I'm not too familiar with this syslog format of logging, sorry.

 

Might be worth giving D-Link help desk a call to confirm the configuration of this router for New Zealand UFB otherwise ask for a RMA number to return it.
I think the number is 0800 900 900.


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  Reply # 1477427 23-Jan-2016 17:29
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you need to up date it's firmware for the tipan to v15 because the New Zealand

details are added into the set up wizard
if you still need help email ilya@dlink.com.au newzealand aus rep for help



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  Reply # 1478512 25-Jan-2016 18:48
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tent: you need to up date it's firmware for the tipan to v15 because the New Zealand

details are added into the set up wizard
if you still need help email ilya@dlink.com.au newzealand aus rep for help

 

Thanks for that information

 

Too late... already returned it.. will buy ASUS instead. 


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  Reply # 1478516 25-Jan-2016 18:57
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I guess we should have ask if you'd done that - checking for latest firmware is the first thing to do for any piece of hardware.

 

 




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  Reply # 1478519 25-Jan-2016 19:00
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sbiddle:

 

I guess we should have ask if you'd done that - checking for latest firmware is the first thing to do for any piece of hardware.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I actually checked a few times and it didn't prompt me for the latest firmware. I was so frustrated so didn't bother to download it from their website.

 

I actually phoned the d link support twice, they didn't even ask me to do that over the phone.

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1478521 25-Jan-2016 19:01
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Overall, I really appreciate all your help and suggestions. This forum is extremely useful. At least this post will provide help to others if they have similar issue.

 

It almost covered all :)


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