HI, I have just purchased the above router and have spent the weekend configuring it both manually and with the help of the on-board wizard.
I have updated the Bios to the latest version 22.214.171.124
My ISP is Spark New Zealand, and their instructions are as follows;
Set up VDSL on a non-Spark modem Any VDSL modems need to align with Telepermit PTC274 certification. You'll need your modem Is user guide, and then adjust the modem Is settings to match the following:
Operating mode: VDSL2 • PPP protocol: PPPoE PPP username: email@example.com • PPP password: password • PPP auth type: PAP • Encapsulation: 802.10 • PCP marking: O • VID: 10 • MTU: 1500 or Auto Note: You may not need to fill out all these fields. You don't need a specific PPP username and password, but you won't be able to connect if either field is blank.
In all cases, the modem finds the DSL line but the internet light goes red.
I have attached the latest log file from the moment I connected the DSL line.
In addition I have also used the information from my spark modem
v INTERNET TROGS VDSL VID 10 Access type VDSL IPv4 status: Connected IPv4 address: 125_236.218.251 IPv4 primary DNS server: 122_56.237.1 IPv4 secondary DNS server: 210_55.111.1 PPP0E AC-Name: PAK-BNG01
LANI: Connected Full 100Möps LAN2: Disconnected LAN3: Disconnected LAN4: Disconnected MAC address: 64:6D:6C:C0:D8:E2 IP address: 192168.7.254
If have also tried MAC address cloning, factory resetting and extra cups of tea.
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