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# 205523 16-Nov-2016 17:53
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Hi all,


New to the UFB network and its 'magic', have a lot of experience with VDSL in Aussie.


I have purchased a Synology RT1900AC router, and reading through the below 'locked' thread to no avail.


Has anyone a step by step guide to setting these up under Synology's new SRM (V1.1)?


I could part with $50, as i know i have spent more than that in my own time understanding these new concepts.




FYI, i have pulled most of the data from the 'genius' via Telnet... :)


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  # 1672265 16-Nov-2016 17:55
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Without that VLAN support on the WAN, you are out of luck.

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  # 1672345 16-Nov-2016 20:11
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I have been using the Synology Router with UFB 1000/1000 for months now. It does support VLAN. You need to go into Network Centre, click Internet and then click the button "[ISP Settings (IPTV/VOIP)]" then change the settings to this:


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  # 1672523 17-Nov-2016 08:39
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Whats the real world wifi coverage like?


My vodafone supplied UFB coverage is poorer than the previous ADLS supplied one ?


I already have a synology NAS and like the interface etc.







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