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Master Geek


  # 614431 24-Apr-2012 16:42
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wjw:
Select Use as DSL Modem. Its a true bridge, so the downstream device will need to make a PPPoE Connection.




Interesting, I know a few people that have tried this and failed. 

I'll give it a go tonight see if I can make magic happen. 

wjw

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Master Geek


  # 614457 24-Apr-2012 17:07
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If it fails, update the firmware. 

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 614617 24-Apr-2012 21:57
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You got this working with ADSL2+ or VDSL?




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Uber Geek


  # 614623 24-Apr-2012 22:04
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wjw:
Select Use as DSL Modem. Its a true bridge, so the downstream device will need to make a PPPoE Connection.


Ah, good to know it's a true bridge.
Even though the Frizt! looks like a stellar unit, it's handy to know it will do (or will it?) a full PPPoE bridge.

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Master Geek


  # 614626 24-Apr-2012 22:06
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I'm about to try this as we speak, Will report back shortly. 

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  # 614629 24-Apr-2012 22:12
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Can't get it to budge on mine, Just sits there and goes connecting for ages.

How did you get yours to work Bill ?

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Master Geek


  # 614632 24-Apr-2012 22:18
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If its VDSL and your running VLAN 10 i don't think you can get it to work. Well i couldn't at least.

Please do tell if you get it working.

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 614633 24-Apr-2012 22:21
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I borrowed a fritz box off a friend cause I didn't want to screw up my current config. 

This one didn't have the standard VLAN option in those settings, Tried 0/100 and 0/110 which should have the same effect as setting VLAN 10.

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Master Geek


  # 614730 25-Apr-2012 07:21
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McGee: I borrowed a fritz box off a friend cause I didn't want to screw up my current config. 

This one didn't have the standard VLAN option in those settings, Tried 0/100 and 0/110 which should have the same effect as setting VLAN 10.

Probably update the firmware is a good place to start if you have not already ;D

wjw

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Master Geek


  # 614754 25-Apr-2012 08:54
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Napster: If its VDSL and your running VLAN 10 i don't think you can get it to work. Well i couldn't at least.

Please do tell if you get it working.


VDSL and a Cisco router. I would pull the config, but the router is in Hamilton right now :-(

What firmware are you running?

99.05.05-20532



wjw

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Master Geek


  # 614755 25-Apr-2012 08:55
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frizianz:
McGee: I borrowed a fritz box off a friend cause I didn't want to screw up my current config. 

This one didn't have the standard VLAN option in those settings, Tried 0/100 and 0/110 which should have the same effect as setting VLAN 10.

Probably update the firmware is a good place to start if you have not already ;D


You need the latest firmware to get the VLAN options. Also on VDSL there is a limit of 4 MAC addresses so be careful what you connect when the fritz is in bridge mode

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  # 614819 25-Apr-2012 11:32
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wjw:
frizianz:
McGee: I borrowed a fritz box off a friend cause I didn't want to screw up my current config. 

This one didn't have the standard VLAN option in those settings, Tried 0/100 and 0/110 which should have the same effect as setting VLAN 10.

Probably update the firmware is a good place to start if you have not already ;D


You need the latest firmware to get the VLAN options. Also on VDSL there is a limit of 4 MAC addresses so be careful what you connect when the fritz is in bridge mode



I'll do a factory restart on the box this afternoon then give it another go. 

Have you been able to get VLAN tagging working also ?
Ideally I would like to have the Fritz pass through the wan connection either by half bridge or a PPPoE tunnel as mentioned, then have a VLAN going from the firewall back to the device to provide wireless / SIP etc. 

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