by 1000green Established Contributor
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

Is this for Gfast too? I can't get my tplink router to connect Thanks 

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by Grand Master
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

@1000green : Probably only BB Username & pwd, Auth method, PPPoE & MTU for G.Fast. All the rest will be in G.Fast modem.

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by 1000green Established Contributor
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

What about vlan? 

by Grand Master
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

@1000green : Well, if the router has a slot for it, fill it in.

 

I thought you said in your other thread that you got it working with your Netgear, just that it was slow?

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by 1000green Established Contributor
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

I have a better tplink router the archer VR2800 Its a powerful router. It says to use it vlan but when I use 101 it doesn't works 

by Grand Master
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

@1000green : Well, reading the Manual for your new router I see this:

 

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 which defaults to the VLAN ID = 101.

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by 1000green Established Contributor
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

Thats for DSL connection. I have to use a modem.

https://ibb.co/VD3xkbR Pppoe

by Grand Master
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Re: I want to use my own router on fibre

I presume that you have tried enabling VLAN ID with the value 101 on that Ethernet page? 

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