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Topic # 109792 26-Sep-2012 22:17
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Now that I have my internet set-up and working through the FRITZ!Box, I have got a hold of some old firmware so that i can put in into modem only mode.

Does anyone know how to set up TomatoUSB (shibby on Asus N-66) to have a WAN connection over PPPoE that has the VLAN10, as required by snap?

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  Reply # 691953 26-Sep-2012 22:44
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  Reply # 691963 26-Sep-2012 23:30
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I tried to change the setting but still nothing, any idea what MTU should be set as?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 691977 27-Sep-2012 06:14
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samsam: I tried to change the setting but still nothing, any idea what MTU should be set as?



Depends entirely what MTU your ISP supports. 1492 is reasonably typical.

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  Reply # 692235 27-Sep-2012 13:46
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I'm using these settings for this:
My modem is a RTA1320v6 and my router is a RT-N16 running Tomato v1.28.7500 MIPSR2Toastman-RT K26 USB VLAN-Ext.

Modem:





Router:



IPv4 works fine, but Toastman's implementation of IPv6 is rather temperamental unfortunately (radvd keeps crashing, and needs to be started with a custom .config file to get v6 working).

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  Reply # 692286 27-Sep-2012 14:50
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Chorus use VCMUX not LLC


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  Reply # 692292 27-Sep-2012 14:54
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Dunno, I'm connected right now with it on LLC.

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  Reply # 692295 27-Sep-2012 14:58
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samsam: Now that I have my internet set-up and working through the FRITZ!Box, I have got a hold of some old firmware so that i can put in into modem only mode.

Does anyone know how to set up TomatoUSB (shibby on Asus N-66) to have a WAN connection over PPPoE that has the VLAN10, as required by snap?


The VLAN10 config goes in the modem or whatever device you're using for that. On the router just setup the PPPoE part as usual.

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  Reply # 692343 27-Sep-2012 16:28
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My modem doesn't support 802.1q tagging, so I have to do it via my router.
If your modem supports it, by all means use that instead.

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  Reply # 692596 28-Sep-2012 06:35

I'm running UFB on Asus RT-N16 Tomato Toastman (non-VLAN). I simpy executed this in command (Administration > Scripts - INI Tab)

nvram set vlan10hwname=et0
nvram set vlan10ports="0t 8"
nvram set wan_ifnameX=vlan10
nvram commit

Rebooted, then it worked.



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  Reply # 692634 28-Sep-2012 08:05
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Thanks, for the feedback I'll try those settings again. I have the FRITZ!Box provided by snap so maybe it just doesn't work on that. Might try with a different router

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  Reply # 692672 28-Sep-2012 08:53
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When I asked here about options for bridging with the Fritzbox a couple of people said they'd tried just about everything to get it working (including the old firmware versions with that as an option) and couldn't get it to work. Considering they removed it from the firmware, maybe there were issues with it all along? The Fritzbox seems like a really good piece of kit, but I still wish I could use my gargoyle router with it (without double NATing)



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  Reply # 692683 28-Sep-2012 08:56
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Ok that's really helpful. I might just give up on it until I get a new modem (sell the fritz box). It works alright with DMZ only one set of port forwarding but that's not ideal

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