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Trying to replace my Bell Canada Home Hub 3000 with Netduma R2

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Hi I am trying to replace my HH3000 with the Netduma R2 using the video bellow.

I have bought two different SFP Media converters and have the correct user name an password for PPOE.

I am receiving some PPOE errors.

EDIT:  I did a little research and found that I have to set VLAN to 35, is that something I can do with this router?

Do I need to complete the step in this individuals to setup IPTV to VID 35 to get a PPOE connection?   Right now in the logs I don't even see any PPOE handshake. 

In the DumaOS I see data sent but nothing received for WAN.

 

ue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.err pppd[7140]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.info pppd[7140]: Exit.
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.notice netifd: Interface 'wan' is now down
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.notice netifd: Interface 'wan' is disabled
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.notice netifd: Interface 'wan' is enabled
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.notice netifd: Interface 'wan' is setting up now
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.err insmod: module is already loaded - slhc
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.err insmod: module is already loaded - ppp_generic
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.err insmod: module is already loaded - pppox
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.err insmod: module is already loaded - pppoe
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.info pppd[8145]: Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded.
Tue Oct 27 10:34:16 2020 daemon.info pppd[8145]: RP-PPPoE plugin version 3.8p compiled against pppd 2.4.7

 

Edited by zaria
more info required for VLAN

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Hey, welcome to the forum!

VLAN is not currently implemented but will be for the next version I believe. You don't need to replace the hub you can use them together - in fact that is what we usually suggest, to connect it to your existing modem/router to get an internet connection. In your case you will have to do this as VLAN isn't possible at the moment.

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Thanks for the quick reply.  Can you direct me to some details of how this can be accomplished?

 

 

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if the IP for the WAN is obtained by the Bell Modem what do I enter in the WAN setup on the Netduma R2, DHCP or static ?  Do I need to enter the WAN ip address in the WAN settings of the router?

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29 minutes ago, zaria said:

if the IP for the WAN is obtained by the Bell Modem what do I enter in the WAN setup on the Netduma R2, DHCP or static ?  Do I need to enter the WAN ip address in the WAN settings of the router?

No you just leave that as the default which is DHCP so nothing to change there

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On the same modem ethernet cable I get 1.5 GB download and 1 GB upload. 

 

When I connect through Netduma R2 WAN I get 91 mbps up and 91 mbps up.  I have tried disabling QOS and all kinds of troubleshooting.  I have set router R2 on DMZ Advanced.

What do you recommend I try?

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I took all devices off to isolate issue, only have a desktop on LAN and laptop on wifi.  I connect desktop to LAN modem I get 900 mbps.

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Are any other devices connected to the modem? Can you connect ALL devices to the R2/disconnect them from the modem and see if it gets higher speeds? It might be that it will take a few days for the ISP to sync with the router as there doesn't appear to be anything else affecting it

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