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peacelover1990
post Jun 13 2012, 02:53 AM


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Some review about Maxis FTTH :
Speed quite okay, not much different compared to UniFi, but the Thomson router is lousy!


P/S : I am not a network expert, just for sharing purpose, if i am wrong please correct me.

Difference between UniFi and Maxis VDSL connection :
UniFi VoIP is directly connected to TM's Huawei VDSL Modem, while Maxis VoIP is connected to Maxis Thomson Router.
Different VLAN Tagging,
Maxis : VLAN 621, VLAN821, VLAN822

Resources / Reference : http://stanleytiang.blogspot.com/


NOTE : This guide only applies to high rise installation using VDSL (TM Huawei HG665a VDSL MODEM).

*If you intend to do this for ZTE VDSL modem, please follow a similar guide here : http://www.azim.my/unifi/
*I have not tested this on ZTE VDSL, but i think it shouldn't be a problem for it to work.

Equipment Involved : TM Huawei Echolife HG655a VDSL Modem, Maxis Thomson TG784n Router, TP-Link WR842ND Router (CUSTOM, can be any brand or model, but NOT ADSL MODEM ROUTER).


Default Maxis Installation :
NOTE : Maxis Thomson router is connected to LAN2 of Huawei HG655a VDSL Modem.
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After Modification :
NOTE : Maxis Thomson router is connected to LAN2 (For VoIP Purpose only), Your CUSTOM Router is connected to LAN3.
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STEP 1 : Take a LAN cable and connect to Port 1 of TM Huawei Hg655a VDSL Modem, make sure you set your PC's Local Area Connection IP to fixed as indicated by below Pic.

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STEP 2 : Type 192.168.1.1 in your Chrome/Firefox browser,
Username : admin
Password : hs5711Bbv
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STEP 3 : Backup your Huawei configuration file first so that you can easily restore back if anything happens.

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STEP 4 : Navigate to Basic -> WAN.
Click on ptm1.621
UNTICK LAN2 on both Port Binding and VLAN Tagging.
TICK LAN3 on Port Binding ONLY!
Click on Submit button!


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STEP 5 : Connect your CUSTOM Router to PORT 3 of Huawei HG655a VDSL Modem!

STEP 6 (Optional) : Connect to your WEB GUI of your ROUTER, change the IP of your router to 192.168.1.254

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STEP 7 : Configure the PPPoE dialler for your router.

NOTE :
Sample Maxis Username : 12345@home.maxis.com.my (Private IP)
Password : 123451 (Always + number 1 to the back of your username)


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Maxis comes with Private IP in default, if you want to get Public IP, just give the customer service a call and tell them you want to host your CCTV/etc and request a Public IP from them, they will then activate it for you and will call you back a few more days to teach you how to configure. Basically just change the word HOME to PUBLIC. Username : 12345@PUBLIC.maxis.com.my (Public IP).


STEP 8 (Optional ) : Turn off Thomson Wireless Transmission.

Connect your PC to Thomson Router,
Type 192.168.1.254 into your browser,
Navigate to Home Network -> Interfaces
Click on WLAN: ThomsonXXXXX (XXXmbps).


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Click Configure on top right corner.
UNTICK Interface Enabled.


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FINAL LOOK :

http://i50.tinypic.com/1hdo3m.jpg

DONE!


Maxis uses VLAN 621 for Internet, and VLAN 821 / 822 for VoIP (Either one and I think another one will be for future IPTV deployment, expert please help to figure out).

In this modification, Thomson router will be retained for sole VoIP purpose, however full migration of VoIP to Huawei VDSL modem is possible if we have the configuration details for Maxis VoIP. If anyone has it, please share! You may switch off your Thomson router if you don't intend to use the VoIP service.

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post Jun 13 2012, 07:46 AM


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If we don't use the VoIP (DECT phone), we can turn off the Thomson gateway, right ?
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So, only can use ADSL WIFI router but not ADSL Modem WIFI Router?
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How about access to ZTE BTU modem (provided by TM) ?
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Im noob and im tracking this. TS, im currently setting all my PC and laptops to automatically retrieve IP address instead of setting the IP address as per your Step 1, Any different made? can i configure the same to the Maxis Thomson router?

Since im on automatic retrieve IP address, i always having this sudden disconnect and reconnect of internet. Sometime even worst when i on and off my modem and router. The modem totally no power no signal. Until the extend now i dare not on off the modem and router. It took me forever to get back the connection. It is related to the Private and public IP address thing? Thanks
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post Jun 13 2012, 12:11 PM


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QUOTE(ronnie @ Jun 13 2012, 07:46 AM)
If we don't use the VoIP (DECT phone), we can turn off the Thomson gateway, right ?
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Yeap, can turn off Thomson if you don't want to use VoIP. Waiting for experts to figure out Maxis VoIP settings so that we can have full migration from Thomson to TM's Huawei VDSL modem.


Added on June 13, 2012, 12:12 pm
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So, only can use ADSL WIFI router but not ADSL Modem WIFI Router?
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Can only use ROUTER/ WIFI ROUTER ( usually 1 WAN Port + 4 Ethernet Port + WiFi )


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How about access to ZTE BTU modem (provided by TM) ?
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For ZTE, i think you can follow the guide in here http://www.azim.my/unifi/


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QUOTE(peri peri @ Jun 13 2012, 12:00 PM)
Im noob and im tracking this. TS, im currently setting all my PC and laptops to automatically retrieve IP address instead of setting the IP address as per your Step 1, Any different made? can i configure the same to the Maxis Thomson router?

Since im on automatic retrieve IP address, i always having this sudden disconnect and reconnect of internet. Sometime even worst when i on and off my modem and router. The modem totally no power no signal. Until the extend now i dare not on off the modem and router. It took me forever to get back the connection. It is related to the Private and public IP address thing? Thanks
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Hurm, Step 1 is needed because the DHCP (Automatic IP Assignment) in Huawei VDSL modem is off by default, so you need to get yourself a fixed IP to access the Huawei VDSL modem. After you are done with Huawei, you can change back to Obtain IP Automatically for the rest of configuration.

I think the problem you encounter is due to the substandard Thomson router or maybe there is some problem with your line, not very sure about this but the Thomson router performance is really bad. It is not related to Private or Public IP thing.

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QUOTE(peacelover1990 @ Jun 13 2012, 12:11 PM)


I think the problem you encounter is due to the substandard Thomson router or maybe there is some problem with your line, not very sure about this but the Thomson router performance is really bad. It is not related to Private or Public IP thing.
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i agree too, connection is slow and Voip like delay 2 seconds only can hear the tone. On off the router still a night mare.

Will too many on off modem or the router will reset the configuration? im a green earth freak, don really like to waste electricity when not in use.
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post Jun 13 2012, 01:01 PM


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QUOTE(peri peri @ Jun 13 2012, 12:23 PM)
i agree too, connection is slow and Voip like delay 2 seconds only can hear the tone. On off the router still a night mare.

Will too many on off modem or the router will reset the configuration? im a green earth freak, don really like to waste electricity when not in use.
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Hurm, theoretically too many on/off will not reset the configuration as the Conf file is saved inside the router's NVRAM. But in reality, it may happen due to low quality product and etc, not very sure though. I am most frustrated with the Thomson router, the worst i have ever seen. Change yours too!
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saw this manual on maxis page, which also teach to manually setting the modem include VOIP.

http://www.maxis.com.my/home/pdf/fiber%20i...Mbpspackage.pdf

Is this help to set the VOIP with the TM modem?
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QUOTE(steventyy @ Jun 13 2012, 01:04 PM)
saw this manual on maxis page, which also teach to manually setting the modem  include VOIP.

http://www.maxis.com.my/home/pdf/fiber%20i...Mbpspackage.pdf

Is this help to set the VOIP with the TM modem?
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No, we need more detailed configuration to migrate it to TM Modem, for example the server address and etc...... Hope someone can work on that.
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post Jun 13 2012, 01:54 PM


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oh gosh! This is beyond godlike! So, this is the standard of president list.... rclxms.gif thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(steventyy @ Jun 13 2012, 01:04 PM)
saw this manual on maxis page, which also teach to manually setting the modem  include VOIP.

http://www.maxis.com.my/home/pdf/fiber%20i...Mbpspackage.pdf

Is this help to set the VOIP with the TM modem?
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useful link, thanks. been called maxis CS about the thomson, almost 2 hours yet resolve, then a chinese technician come and attend my call, on the laptop with lan cable, configure the thomson router, change something ending with no 1, then can online redi. This happened once i off and on my modem and router. almost frus with that.
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post Jun 13 2012, 03:19 PM


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Maxis give me the detail is HSI,TM HSBA is using VLAN 621 and Maxis Home Fibre Internet service is using VLAN 11.


Added on June 13, 2012, 3:21 pmif u want get off the thomson just buy another voip adapter just for the call and using ur custom router.

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Any guide for landed property using Alcatel-lucent ONT modem?
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post Jun 13 2012, 04:20 PM


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QUOTE(silveraider @ Jun 13 2012, 03:19 PM)
Maxis give me the detail is  HSI,TM HSBA is using VLAN 621 and Maxis Home Fibre Internet service is using VLAN 11.


Added on June 13, 2012, 3:21 pmif u want get off the thomson just buy another voip adapter just for the call and using ur custom router.
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Hurm not sure about this, but i see VLAN621 is configured as PPPoE Bridge in TM Huawei's Modem and I don't see VLAN 11 in the configuration. errr mind to elaborate further for voip adapter?


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Any guide for landed property using Alcatel-lucent ONT modem?
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not sure abt this

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Alcatel-lucent ONT modem using CLI command to configure, is like the dos command.



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QUOTE(steventyy @ Jun 13 2012, 01:04 PM)
saw this manual on maxis page, which also teach to manually setting the modem  include VOIP.

http://www.maxis.com.my/home/pdf/fiber%20i...Mbpspackage.pdf

Is this help to set the VOIP with the TM modem?
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think cannot, coz the tm modem dun have the rj11 port for VOIP, the maxis use the thomson router got the rj11 port and support VOIP
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QUOTE(silveraider @ Jun 13 2012, 10:21 PM)
think cannot, coz the tm modem dun have the rj11 port for VOIP, the maxis use the thomson router got the rj11 port and support VOIP
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got, tm modem got 2 rj11
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so the maxis VOIP use what SIP service domain ?
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Which VLAN does what? I read that 621 is Internet, but what is 821 and 822?
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QUOTE(silveraider @ Jun 14 2012, 11:43 AM)
so the maxis VOIP use what SIP service domain ?
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correct, SIP, change number just so easy. pay rm25 then change. Along and brookie will like this
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Awesome. I was going to spend this weekend figuring out how to use my own router in place of the Thomson, but thank God someone beat me to it!

This should work with a WRT54GL, right?
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 14 2012, 04:54 PM)
Awesome. I was going to spend this weekend figuring out how to use my own router in place of the Thomson, but thank God someone beat me to it!

This should work with a WRT54GL, right?
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this linksys router maybe can't, not all the router can, ur router must have the VLAN bridge function
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QUOTE(silveraider @ Jun 14 2012, 06:30 PM)
this linksys router maybe can't, not all the router can, ur router must have the VLAN bridge function
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Hmmm... okay. I will try anyways sad.gif

Also for OP, regarding the VOIP SIP settings, here's a dump of the output from telnet from my default config. Not sure if this will help or not.

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Additionally, the VLAN tagging list

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:eth vlan list
Vid      Name
---      ----
1        default
2        dummy
18       HotSpot
621      HSI_vlan
721      SME_vlan
821      MGMT_vlan
822      VoIP_vlan
823      VOD+BTV_vlan


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:eth bridge vlan iflist
Vid      Name            Bridge interfaces (* = untagged)
---      ----            --------------------------------
1        default         OBC*, ethport1*, ethport2*, ethport3*, ethport4*, virt*, WLAN*
2        dummy           Eth_WAN*
18       HotSpot         Eth_WAN
621      HSI_vlan        OBC, Eth_WAN
721      SME_vlan        OBC, Eth_WAN
821      MGMT_vlan       OBC, Eth_WAN
822      VoIP_vlan       OBC, Eth_WAN
823      VOD+BTV_vlan    OBC, Eth_WAN


You can grep the info by telnetting to your thomson using the Administrator id.
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the maxis VOIP SIP is using same details as username on the VOIP account username that maxis provide to user
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 14 2012, 04:54 PM)
Awesome. I was going to spend this weekend figuring out how to use my own router in place of the Thomson, but thank God someone beat me to it!

This should work with a WRT54GL, right?
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Every router will work, no VLAN tagging function is needed in Router as we have removed the VLAN tagging from TM's Modem! Thanks for the information, i will figure out how to migrate VoIP and your information showed that VLAN 621 is for Internet, VLAN822 is for VoIP and VLAN821 is for MGMT (don't know what is that haha)~ rclxms.gif

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QUOTE(peacelover1990 @ Jun 14 2012, 07:54 PM)
Every router will work, no VLAN tagging function is needed in Router as we have removed the VLAN tagging from TM's Modem! Thanks for the information, i will figure out how to migrate VoIP and your information showed that VLAN 621 is for Internet, VLAN822 is for VoIP and VLAN821 is for MGMT (don't know what is that haha)~  rclxms.gif
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I think MGMT should be for Management? Possibly related to the Maxis "we can hijack your router for Maxis Hotspot" clause lol.
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 14 2012, 08:05 PM)
I think MGMT should be for Management? Possibly related to the Maxis "we can hijack your router for Maxis Hotspot" clause lol.
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yeap most possible! haha, evil Maxis! btw IPTV VLAN823, dunno when they will roll out
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QUOTE(peacelover1990 @ Jun 14 2012, 08:24 PM)
yeap most possible! haha, evil Maxis! btw IPTV VLAN823, dunno when they will roll out
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The vendor who came to my house to install said it would next month... but not confirmed yet. I don't really need/want IPTV though.....
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I'd like to know if I can use Apple Time Capsule as router?

Also, I hope you'll find a way to connect the phone directly to TM's modem instead of to the Thomson router.

And err... for landed installation.

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QUOTE(Swordylove @ Jun 14 2012, 08:41 PM)
I'd like to know if I can use Apple Time Capsule as router?

Also, I hope you'll find a way to connect the phone directly to TM's modem instead of to the Thomson router.

And err... for landed installation.
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Wow, i just found out you can actually use that as a router.

Why not just follow the steps here with your line and find out?
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 14 2012, 08:47 PM)
Wow, i just found out you can actually use that as a router.

Why not just follow the steps here with your line and find out?
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I don't have it yet. I'd like to find out before buying Time Capsule. biggrin.gif
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why do you guys say the thomson router is lousy? its been routing my office with over 20 computers on a 32mbps line pretty well.
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Would not say it's lousy. It's perfectly usable apart from the fact it runs pretty hot, the management interface is slow and confusing, there's a lack of customizability, random hanging, no QoS options and a pretty bandwidth.

Sorry, I just miss my awesome Tomato-powered WRT54GL sad.gif
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QUOTE(silveraider @ Jun 14 2012, 07:53 PM)
the maxis VOIP SIP is using same details as username on the VOIP account username that maxis provide to user
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haha, don forget the password oh. i need to call maxis to learn wat is the password for the SIP.


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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 14 2012, 08:39 PM)
The vendor who came to my house to install said it would next month... but not confirmed yet. I don't really need/want IPTV though.....
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Who want IPTV (Durian HD) nowaday, if soon u can opt for cable TV from Nilamas?


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why do you guys say the thomson router is lousy? its been routing my office with over 20 computers on a 32mbps line pretty well.
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i agree, once i put my notebook cooling pad to it, low down the heat, working pretty well now. Ventilation and cooling is important, just fully utilize the 2 ports for usb lor.


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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 15 2012, 06:59 AM)
Would not say it's lousy. It's perfectly usable apart from the fact it runs pretty hot, the management interface is slow and confusing, there's a lack of customizability, random hanging, no QoS options and a pretty bandwidth.

Sorry, I just miss my awesome Tomato-powered WRT54GL sad.gif
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don abuse it, high speed router is always hot hot hot, buy a table mini fan and tap it to its usb port lor.

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btw maxis business fiber vlan runs on 721 not the same as home 621

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QUOTE(paultantk @ Jun 15 2012, 06:11 PM)
btw maxis business fiber vlan runs on 721 not the same as home 621
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Yeah, the VLAN listing does say the same. SME =business.


Added on June 15, 2012, 10:28 pmOk, just realized my setup is using Huawei HG850a modem.

Looks like I'm screwed. sad.gif

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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 15 2012, 06:29 PM)
Yeah, the VLAN listing does say the same. SME =business.


Added on June 15, 2012, 10:28 pmOk, just realized my setup is using Huawei HG850a modem.

Looks like I'm screwed. sad.gif
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hurm, why screw?
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QUOTE(peacelover1990 @ Jun 16 2012, 12:59 AM)
hurm, why screw?
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Googled around and checked this forum, seems the Huawei HG850a cannot be accessed via local IP at all. So I will have to buy a VLAN-tagging capable device....

Currently trying to get a Mikrotik switch (RB250A). I will try it out and see if it works. Will update if I successfully use a custom router setup.
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Good news!

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It is possible to use custom routers for Maxis FTTH setups with HG850a! Managed to get it working woohoo!
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Nice! Of course it's possible...all you need is a router that you can configure VLAN tagging and p-bit marking....

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Ok, this is how I use my WRT54GL router with Maxis FTTH if you have Huawei HG850a GPON device. I assume it's mainly for landed properties.

Basically I followed all the instructions in this guide by rizanvp: http://unifi.athena.my/mikrotik_rb250gs.php

The difference is on the VLAN tagging, which is done as below:

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Maxis has a lot VLAN's used, but the main ones should be:

621 Home Fiber Internet
822 VOIP
823 IPTV (apparently)

Possible to define more than those listed, but not sure how to go about it for now.

Following that, the port assignment. This assumes that;
Port 1 = Huawei HG850a
Port 2 = Your router
Port 3 = VOIP device
Port 4 = IPTV.

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After setting that, connect your own custom router as usual and enjoy biggrin.gif

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Gotta love those delicious bandwidth graphs in Tomato!

TODO: Find out how to use VoIP in this setup. Unfortunately, my router is not a SIP device, but I assume if you have a SIP-enabled device, you can tag VLAN 621 and 822 on the same port to allow SIP connection.

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Thanks for the info, my maxis home fibre will come install at 4 jully after install i also will try using custom router
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 16 2012, 04:06 PM)
Ok, this is how I use my WRT54GL router with Maxis FTTH if you have  Huawei HG850a GPON device. I assume it's mainly for landed properties.

Basically I followed all the instructions in this guide by rizanvp: http://unifi.athena.my/mikrotik_rb250gs.php

The difference is on the VLAN tagging, which is done as below:

user posted image
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Maxis has a lot VLAN's used, but the main ones should be:

621 Home Fiber Internet
822 VOIP
823 IPTV (apparently)

Possible to define more than those listed, but not sure how to go about it for now.

Following that, the port assignment. This assumes that;
Port 1 = Huawei HG850a
Port 2 = Your router
Port 3 = VOIP device
Port 4 = IPTV.

user posted image
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After setting that, connect your own custom router as usual and enjoy biggrin.gif

user posted image

Gotta love those delicious bandwidth graphs in Tomato!

TODO: Find out how to use VoIP in this setup. Unfortunately, my router is not a SIP device, but I assume if you have a SIP-enabled device, you can tag VLAN 621 and 822 on the same port to allow SIP connection.
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Nice guide...!!!


Added on June 18, 2012, 7:06 pmGuys... I'm using a ZTE VDSL modem (ZXDSL 931). Any idea how to configure this modem?

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actually...regardless of modem or ONT, the basic principal is that your router is transmitting WAN traffic tagged with the correct vlans and p-bit, so kurogane's method will work regardless whether the setup used VDSL modem or fiber ONT as access.
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anyone have guide for HG850A? this guide does not apply to that modem. cant seem to get in the modem configuration page even with static IP. and i cant find the manual book.
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Great topic, that's why u r our god!
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QUOTE(Johannlo @ Jun 18 2012, 10:40 PM)
anyone have guide for HG850A? this guide does not apply to that modem. cant seem to get in the modem configuration page even with static IP. and i cant find the manual book.
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Check my post for the guide to HG850a. You will need a VLAN-tagging capable switch/router.
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 19 2012, 07:23 AM)
Check my post for the guide to HG850a. You will need a VLAN-tagging capable switch/router.
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the link?
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Page 2 of this thread. You may need some glasses.
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 14 2012, 07:10 PM)
Hmmm... okay. I will try anyways sad.gif

Also for OP, regarding the VOIP SIP settings, here's a dump of the output from telnet from my default config. Not sure if this will help or not.

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Additionally, the VLAN tagging list

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:eth vlan list
Vid      Name
---      ----
1        default
2        dummy
18       HotSpot
621      HSI_vlan
721      SME_vlan
821      MGMT_vlan
822      VoIP_vlan
823      VOD+BTV_vlan


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:eth bridge vlan iflist
Vid      Name            Bridge interfaces (* = untagged)
---      ----            --------------------------------
1        default         OBC*, ethport1*, ethport2*, ethport3*, ethport4*, virt*, WLAN*
2        dummy           Eth_WAN*
18       HotSpot         Eth_WAN
621      HSI_vlan        OBC, Eth_WAN
721      SME_vlan        OBC, Eth_WAN
821      MGMT_vlan       OBC, Eth_WAN
822      VoIP_vlan       OBC, Eth_WAN
823      VOD+BTV_vlan    OBC, Eth_WAN


You can grep the info by telnetting to your thomson using the Administrator id.
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I believe this is the guide? and if so, wow. i don't understand a thing. (big time network noob here) well, i just want an additional router to utilize the 300N network infrastructure in my house. so yeah. i'm not planning to migrate anything (VoIP, PPPoE etc.) to my new router. And is VLAN capable router compulsory if i were to connect my router to the thomson and then relay the signals to my wireless device?

*i'm doing alot of bluray video streaming across devices, wireless file transfers, remote desktop and so on. that's why 300N is a must for me but this thomson shit is giving me trouble. smile.gif
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Here. Is it that hard to go thru ONE page of replies?

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QUOTE(Johannlo @ Jun 19 2012, 07:44 PM)
I believe this is the guide? and if so, wow. i don't understand a thing. (big time network noob here) well, i just want an additional router to utilize the 300N network infrastructure in my house. so yeah. i'm not planning to migrate anything (VoIP, PPPoE etc.)  to my new router. And is VLAN capable router compulsory if i were to connect my router to the thomson and then relay the signals to my wireless device?

*i'm doing alot of bluray video streaming across devices, wireless file transfers, remote desktop and so on. that's why 300N is a must for me but this thomson shit is giving me trouble.  smile.gif
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Actually now that I reread your post, doesn't sound like my guide is what you want.

If you want to use your 300N wireless, set that router to DHCP. Then plug your router to the Thomson. this should turn it in to a wireless AP. Then configure your 300N wireless router settings.

Configure the wireless on the Thomson to disable it of you don't plan on having so many WiFi network at home as well.

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Added on June 20, 2012, 4:14 pm

Actually now that I reread your post, doesn't sound like my guide is what you want.

If you want to use your 300N wireless, set that router to DHCP. Then plug your router to the Thomson. this should turn it in to a wireless AP. Then configure your 300N wireless router settings.

Configure the wireless on the Thomson to disable it of you don't plan on having so many WiFi network at home as well.
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okay. So basically connect both router through any LAN port right? or from WAN port of my custom router to the LAN port of the thomson?
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okay. So basically connect both router through any LAN port right? or from WAN port of my custom router to the LAN port of the thomson?
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Correct WAN port of your custom router to the LAN port of the thomson. Your custom router should get a DHCP IP and provide internet connectivity provided your custom router is setup as such and it self being a wireless AP.
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I hope you guys will find out very soon on how to connect phone to TM modem without Thomson router. All these bad feedbacks about Thomson router make me nervous. I need the phone and I don't want to have to use 2 routers :S

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I hope you guys will find out very soon on how to connect phone to TM modem without Thomson router. All these bad feedbacks about Thomson router make me nervous. I need the phone and I don't want to have to use 2 routers :S
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I don't think you can do it with the Huawei HG850a since there is no admin access to it.
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 20 2012, 11:11 PM)
I don't think you can do it with the Huawei HG850a since there is no admin access to it.
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Are any other suitable router that have phone ports like Thomson then?
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u talking about the huawei hg850a rite. know what when i set my nic ip addr to 192.168.100.123 & subnet to 255.255.255.0. do a ping to 192.168.100.1. i got reply below.

reply from 192.168.100.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
reply from 192.168.100.1: bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=64
reply from 192.168.100.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
reply from 192.168.100.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
reply from 192.168.100.1: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64
reply from 192.168.100.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=64

however when i try to access the http://192.168.100.1. it cannot load the page. wondering if it's firewalled or we have to open the gui different port?

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actually Huawei HG850a is ONT, the whole fiber thing is still proprietary. The provisioning (configuration and authorization) is done remotely by OLT, so most probably you won't be able to log in and configure it to your liking
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Arrgghhh that's too bad!  vmad.gif
Are any other suitable router that have phone ports like Thomson then?
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sound like the Hg850a ONT is TM proprietary asset? maxis devices has to connected to their respective devices only.

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if i using one PC only and not intend to use wifi
can i connect my PC direct to Huawei HG655a without using additional router?
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if i using one PC only and not intend to use wifi
can i connect my PC direct to Huawei HG655a without using additional router?
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No. Unless you can configure the Huawei to dial in PPPoE for you.
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Or the PC could dial the PPPoE
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sound like the Hg850a ONT is TM proprietary asset? maxis devices has to connected to their respective devices only.
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yeah... sigh... so there's no hope? cry.gif
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Or the PC could dial the PPPoE
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sorry...have to post here seems nobody know the VOICE password... is it just +1 at the back of the VOICE username?
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sorry...have to post here seems nobody know the VOICE password... is it just +1 at the back of the VOICE username?
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if i can remember the recent installation & setup of my HG850a. tm tech configures it via notebook. the new equiptment was preconfigure i believe so. because he shows me the asset was new. but the box was opened before.

so when he goes to gui. he logs in using ***admin. there are few words before i can't remember. as for password is all fully numerics. which is to say they changed it before sending onsite. but i am not sure if the username & password posted on web forums will work.

looking back, seem like a vlan tagging switch was needed to access the gui. interestingly noted. the steps are very straight forward. except that during configuration by tm tech he does not need it. just plug direct to notebook. i mean lan to lan port.

all i want is to login to hg850a. the rest i know what to do. any findings will be shared.
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if i can remember the recent installation & setup of my HG850a. tm tech configures it via notebook. the new equiptment was preconfigure i believe so. because he shows me the asset was new. but the box was opened before.

so when he goes to gui. he logs in using ***admin. there are few words before i can't remember. as for password is all fully numerics. which is to say they changed it before sending onsite. but i am not sure if the username & password posted on web forums will work.

looking back, seem like a vlan tagging switch was needed to access the gui. interestingly noted. the steps are very straight forward. except that during configuration by tm tech he does not need it. just plug direct to notebook. i mean lan to lan port.

all i want is to login to hg850a. the rest i know what to do. any findings will be shared.
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Good luck figuring it out. If you can find out please do share. I could not find anything in this forum apart from the info this model is firewall blocked from accessing the firmware using common methods. I really do want to use my own router AND the VoIP at the same time.

Well, I will be trying out a few more things this weekend. Got an idea now after researching thru some forums but nothing guaranteed yet.

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Good luck figuring it out. If you can find out please do share. I could not find anything in this forum apart from the info this model is firewall blocked from accessing the firmware using common methods. I really do want to use my own router AND the VoIP at the same time.

Well, I will be trying out a few more things this weekend. Got an idea now after researching thru some forums but nothing guaranteed yet.
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look like tm had made attempts to secure the hg850a. know why the can always charge rm200 per onsite visit. their contractor told me lotsa ppl doing monkeying with their devices. hence it's good money for them.

i found out the ip for hg850a was 192.168.100.1, yup u are correct it's firewalled.

i am so happy i get rid of the sickening dir-615.
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I remember one of the early subsriber , lyn member 'aricat' has the access to the Huawei EPON...I got his instruction in PM previously but I have somehow erased that off... So, perhaps someone could ping aricat and ask for help.

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Sadly nothing can be done even if you manage to access the ONT, because the ONT is controlled centrally by their system, and I think they have a scheduled 'push' of instructions to your huawei ONT each day, so all changes you've done will be reset. And furthermore, you can never set to change your ONT having a public IP. Dealing with the ONT is something new, which needs qualified personnel to deal with it's settings, but if you're feeling adventurous, there is a device document available in Chinese :-
http://wenku.baidu.com/view/c6c46f69a45177232f60a2f5.html


ref : http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...&#entry40336742

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So is it possible to ask them during installation to configure the modem to use the VoIP? Or will the modem settings be automatically reset everyday anyway? :/


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tm unifi voip & deck phone is connected directly to Huawei EPON. the voip led shows green means your motorola phone is able to make calls & receiving calls.

the challenge now since the EPON is property of tm (NOT Maxis). it make sense why the maxis aztech deck has to connect to thompson wifi modem. which to say in order to replace the thomson device. it's not easy to find a compatible replacement device that comes with phone jacks.

if the EPON is centrally controlled. if u made changes to it. then it will revert to ori setting. meaning to say u have to reuse your ori device. i m not sure about this claim written out there.

however for unifi users. they can easily opt router replacement. without tampering thei Huawei EPON. only that the iptv still stick to LAN4 on the replacement router. if you opt use Asus devices for example. unifi has room for customization infact. ppl can opt other routers like tplink & etc if they wishes.. but has to be compatible. else the devices won't work else ended wasting money.

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QUOTE(toh2020 @ Jun 23 2012, 11:31 AM)
tm unifi voip & deck phone is connected directly to Huawei EPON. the voip led shows green means your motorola phone is able to make calls & receiving calls.

the challenge now since the EPON is property of tm (NOT Maxis). it make sense why the maxis aztech deck has to connect to thompson wifi modem. which to say in order to replace the thomson device. it's not easy to find a compatible replacement device that comes with phone jacks.

if the EPON is centrally controlled. if u made changes to it. then it will revert to ori setting. meaning to say u have to reuse your ori device. i m not sure about this claim written out there.

however for unifi users. they can easily opt router replacement. without tampering thei Huawei EPON. only that the iptv still stick to LAN4 on the replacement router. if you opt use Asus devices for example. unifi has room for customization infact. ppl can opt other routers like tplink & etc if they wishes.. but has to be compatible. else the devices won't work else ended wasting money.
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Actually got, just the price rclxub.gif
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Actually got, just the price  rclxub.gif
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price is not the main factor. what most importantly is compatibility & workability. that most important of all is will it meet users expectation?

in fact the most expensive device not actually has best compatibility.
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price is not the main factor. what most importantly is compatibility & workability. that most important of all is will it meet users expectation?

in fact the most expensive device not actually has best compatibility.
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Agreed...
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price is not the main factor. what most importantly is compatibility & workability. that most important of all is will it meet users expectation?

in fact the most expensive device not actually has best compatibility.
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For the voip setting, i think still nid to find out what port/gateway are maxis using only can configure. If can find out and router got Qos function theory should be able set to any Lan port
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QUOTE(yhkho @ Jun 23 2012, 07:27 PM)
For the voip setting, i think still nid to find out what port/gateway are maxis using only can configure. If can find out and router got Qos function theory should be able set to any Lan port
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All these are accessible via telnet.

http://npr.me.uk/telnet.html

once you are in the telnet session, just type menu, you will see all the possibilities. The Web UI is stripped/locked down.
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Hmm, can do some experiment now

DNS Server Entries:
DNS Server Source Label Metric Intf St

ate Domain
D 58.71.252.3 rt_local_mgnt 10 eMGMT U

P acs069.maxis.com.my
D 58.71.248.3 rt_local_mgnt 10 eMGMT U

P acs069.maxis.com.my
D 58.71.252.3 rt_local_voip 20 eVoIP U

P homesip.maxis.com.my
D 58.71.252.3 rt_local_voip 20 eVoIP U

P bvgw01.maxis.com.my
D 58.71.248.3 rt_local_voip 20 eVoIP U

P homesip.maxis.com.my
D 58.71.248.3 rt_local_voip 20 eVoIP U

P bvgw01.maxis.com.my
D 58.71.252.3 0 eInternet U

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D 58.71.248.3 0 eInternet U



:voice qos list
Traffic Type QOS field Value
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Signaling DSCP af42
Realtime DSCP ef


:voice list
autofxo : Enabled
digitrelay : auto
click2dial_port : all
rtp_portrange : 40000-60000
sign_internal : external
static_interface : Enabled
interface : eVoIP
sec interface : eVoIP
endofnumber : #
country code : 60
delayed disc : Disabled
delayed disc ovr : none
delayed disc tmr : 60
ringmuteduration : 0
feature-mngt : internal
nocallsetupmsg : never
syslog-scope : none
PSTN soft switch over : Disabled
no answer timer : 120
call-setup-failure-timeout : 0
CCBS-invoked-timeout : 0
GoingOnHookEffect : endactivecall

:voice state
:voice state
VOIP_SIP-admin. state : Enabled
VOIP_SIP-oper. state : Enabled
VOIP_SIP-IP address : 10.32.91.204

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Tried again yesterday to enable VoIP with custom router using the RB250GS switch. I managed to get the Thomson to connect to Maxis' VoIP server but it seems the real traffic is carried across the PPPoE interface so I can't actually call or receive...

Looks like it's either fall back to the Thomson or buy a VoIP capable router now...
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QUOTE(kurogane @ Jun 24 2012, 11:49 AM)
Tried again yesterday to enable VoIP with custom router using the RB250GS switch. I managed to get the Thomson to connect to Maxis' VoIP server but it seems the real traffic is carried across the PPPoE interface so I can't actually call or receive...

Looks like it's either fall back to the Thomson or buy a VoIP capable router now...
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Did you managed to get a SIP IP from the VOIP server ? Did you configure a DHCP client to get the IP from the VOIP DHCP svr ? From my ethergateway port I can't seem to ping the VOIP DHCP but could do so via Thomson.

You said that it seems real traffic is carried across PPPoE but if that is true, the VOIP phone would not be working until PPPoE connection is established. However, I noticed typically the phone line is working even before internet is on the Thomson. Do you observe the same ? Try rebooting your thomson, you will see the phone line LED light up before the Internet one does.
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keep on see ppl say Thomson router is lousy... what is the problem btw?
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Did you managed to get a SIP IP from the VOIP server ? Did you configure a DHCP client to get the IP from the VOIP DHCP svr ? From my ethergateway port I can't seem to ping the VOIP DHCP but could do so via Thomson.

You said that it seems real traffic is carried across PPPoE but if that is true, the VOIP phone would not be working until PPPoE connection is established. However, I noticed typically the phone line is working even before internet is on the Thomson. Do you observe the same ? Try rebooting your thomson, you will see the phone line LED light up before the Internet one does.
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I set the switch to tag packets coming out of the Thomson to 821 and finally can connect the SIP IP 10.34.xx when the Thomson turns on. So the phone 1&2 lights up. but then i plug my phone into the jack, both also not working. No dial tone, can't call out or call in...

Any ideas what I might be doing wrong?
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Im not a computer or tech guy but does a bad router mean bad wi-fi signal?
Is router a different word for a modem?
Or is it something different?
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keep on see ppl say Thomson router is lousy... what is the problem btw?
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Im not a computer or tech guy but does a bad router mean bad wi-fi signal?
Is router a different word for a modem?
Or is it something different?
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used it for a day, then u realize it's ultra fark'ed dap...

the router gets congested when:-

me torrent (capped at 300kb/s)
my bro (watching pp stream)
my sis (youtubing via ipod touch)
my dad (surfing)

when it's congested, the maxis thomson router gila gila and no internet connection out of a sudden

wifi signal is weak compared to my previous belkin N150 router
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QUOTE(mattchin @ Jun 27 2012, 01:34 PM)
used it for a day, then u realize it's ultra fark'ed dap...

the router gets congested when:-

me torrent (capped at 300kb/s)
my bro (watching pp stream)
my sis (youtubing via ipod touch)
my dad (surfing)

when it's congested, the maxis thomson router gila gila and no internet connection out of a sudden

wifi signal is weak compared to my previous belkin N150 router
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from my observation. the router will only gila when i torrent.
my house have more than 5 user. and when i run torrent, the router will get really hot. and it will start gila.
after i put a cooler pad to cool down the router, this problem never happen.

but the wifi signal still sucks. tried to change channel also not improve the signal.
My house is double storey.
even the AP signal (upstairs) which i bridge the thomson router(downstairs) is better when im at ground floor.
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QUOTE(soulseeker6187 @ Jun 27 2012, 01:44 PM)
from my observation. the router will only gila when i torrent.
my house have more than 5 user. and when i run torrent, the router will get really hot. and it will start gila.
after i put a cooler pad to cool down the router, this problem never happen.

but the wifi signal still sucks. tried to change channel also not improve the signal.
My house is double storey.
even the AP signal (upstairs) which i bridge the thomson router(downstairs) is better when im at ground floor.
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cooler pad? omfg... doh.gif will gif it a try then...

any idea what does the 2 usb ports by the side work as? icon_idea.gif
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QUOTE(mattchin @ Jun 27 2012, 02:24 PM)
cooler pad? omfg... doh.gif  will gif it a try then...

any idea what does the 2 usb ports by the side work as?  icon_idea.gif
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RTFM and you shall find out the use of the USB port on the side of the Thomson Gateway
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wow shit!

this thing can do so many things and it works like shit...

sigh...
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RTFM and you shall find out the use of the USB port on the side of the Thomson Gateway
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After RTFM, I concluded that the most useful feature of this USB port is to hook up a good USB Fan and start spinning lol ... thumbup.gif
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may i know what is better public ip or private ip in maxis ftth
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Guys,

Can someone help to provide guide step by step on how to configure Alcatel Lucent BTU to output VLAN 621 to port 2 and other VLAN (i.e VOIP) to other port

I have my own router with DD-WRT; however it doesnt really support VLAN tagging

Note Alcatel Lucent only works using command prompt; hence the guide in this page is not gonna work
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Guys,

Can someone help to provide guide step by step on how to configure Alcatel Lucent BTU to output  VLAN 621 to port 2 and other VLAN (i.e VOIP) to other port

I have my own router with DD-WRT; however it doesnt really support VLAN tagging

Note Alcatel Lucent only works using command prompt; hence the guide in this page is not gonna work
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Im having the same dilemma as U cry.gif
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QUOTE(iZuDeeN @ Jun 28 2012, 11:21 AM)
Guys,

Can someone help to provide guide step by step on how to configure Alcatel Lucent BTU to output  VLAN 621 to port 2 and other VLAN (i.e VOIP) to other port

I have my own router with DD-WRT; however it doesnt really support VLAN tagging

Note Alcatel Lucent only works using command prompt; hence the guide in this page is not gonna work
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Why not buy a smart switch like the Mikrotik RB250GS?
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Guys,

Can someone help to provide guide step by step on how to configure Alcatel Lucent BTU to output  VLAN 621 to port 2 and other VLAN (i.e VOIP) to other port

I have my own router with DD-WRT; however it doesnt really support VLAN tagging

Note Alcatel Lucent only works using command prompt; hence the guide in this page is not gonna work
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All ONT's are proprietary ( for now) regardless Huawei or ALU. If you read up on how last mile fiber to the home works, you'll know that provisioning is done by the OLT remotely...so even if you can manually set it temporarily, most probably when you reboot, the setting will be overwritten.

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Any router recommendation for huawei HG850a modem user??
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tried this using ddwrt wr941nd..

but have some issue with upload speed...only manage abt 1.2mbps only...download is good..abt 9.7mbps ave...

anyone have this issue too?
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oh finally... takes me hours and hours... i manage to set TL-WR1043ND to be able to connect to internet
http://klseet.com/index.php?option=com_con...=143&Itemid=124
thanks to this guide and with alot of trail and error..
almost wanna cry because of the router


Added on June 30, 2012, 11:29 pmright now i am insanely happy to have this router speed is now superb.. hopefully i can say the same for stability

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edited my issue..

after try again with the thomson....i realised the upload speed is related to my line..thomson also register the same upload speed..soo will call them soon..

kenjixx,
u use klseet guide to do inside vlan tagging in openwrt or follow op guide?
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edited my issue..

after try again with the thomson....i realised the upload speed is related to my line..thomson also register the same upload speed..soo will call them soon..

kenjixx,
u use klseet guide to do inside vlan tagging in openwrt or follow op guide?
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i used his guide for vlan tagging... the upload and download speed is correct and quite stable
at first i try with dd-wrt but it dint work... almost give up until i see there's open wrt which work fantastic

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Hi all, i just wonder can anyone tell me how to configure back the TM huawei HG655a for thompson, you know just in case.
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Hi all, i just wonder can anyone tell me how to configure back the TM huawei HG655a for thompson, you know just in case.
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simple... just TICK LAN2 on both Port Binding and VLAN Tagging.
UNTICK LAN3 on Port Binding ONLY!

reverse the step and you are all done
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ok i see. Thank You

Hey i try it and it works!Tq very much hahaha rclxms.gif

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simple... just TICK LAN2 on both Port Binding and VLAN Tagging.
UNTICK LAN3 on Port Binding ONLY!

reverse the step and you are all done
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Please advise how to configure the TM Alcatel I-240G-P modem to set-up custom router for maxis FTTH.
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Please advise how to configure the TM Alcatel I-240G-P modem to set-up custom router for maxis FTTH.
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a quick search in the internet show no web access for the Modem..
that means you would need a router capable to do vlan tagging & also giving up voip until people figure out that part

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any list of confirmed router models that will work with maxis ftth?
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any list of confirmed router models that will work with maxis ftth?
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based a list for unifi that i use for reference


http://klseet.com/index.php?option=com_con...id=42&Itemid=39


I gather up some that works default without the need of ddwrt/openwrt

TP-Link TD-W8960N
Most of the asus router in the page i think can support vlan tagging but very hard to find info because they already have support from Asus to have the firmware integrate with Unifi

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Draytek 2130n also support Maxis
Change the WAN VLAN ID 621
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Draytek 2130n also support Maxis
Change the WAN VLAN ID 621
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This router can support voip?
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soulseeker6187, The Draytek V2130Vn support VOIP. Not available in Malaysia.

http://www.draytek.co.uk/products/vigor2130.html

VoIP ('Vn' Model only)

Two independent analogue phone ports
SIP Compliant - compatible with ITSPs (e.g. DrayTEL)
Up to 6 simultaneous SIP Registrars
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Digit Map (Routing rules/LCR)

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QUOTE(kenjixx @ Jul 3 2012, 02:53 PM)
a quick search in the internet show no web access for the Modem..
that means you would need a router capable to do vlan tagging & also giving up voip until people figure out that part
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kenjixx...ur method not using ur way already lah..instead do the vlan tagging as in klseet guide..
any diff in stability and speed?
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QUOTE(CV6149 @ Jul 4 2012, 12:24 PM)
kenjixx...ur method not using ur way already lah..instead do the vlan tagging as in klseet guide..
any diff in stability and speed?
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laugh.gif the method post in first page is for those people stay in high rise building(not by me)
They can access their modem so it's easier for them
for everyone else that don't have access to the modem(like me) will need a vlan tagging capable router


about the stability...
My router with OpenWRT was way better then the default Thomson router
no more overheat hang and all those random stuff happens to me
speed wise it's the same 10mbps all the time
i can watch youtube and torrent at the same time because of the better QOS
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soulseeker6187, The Draytek V2130Vn support  VOIP. Not available in Malaysia.

http://www.draytek.co.uk/products/vigor2130.html

VoIP ('Vn' Model only)

    Two independent analogue phone ports
    SIP Compliant - compatible with ITSPs (e.g. DrayTEL)
    Up to 6 simultaneous SIP Registrars
    Internal Phone book
    Digit Map (Routing rules/LCR)
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damn. need a router that support voip.
this draytek band seems to be good but so expensive rclxub.gif
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ah i see..im using the tplink wr941nd DDWRT right now...using the high rise method..
emmm not sure if i shud mess with vlan tagging or not..

what u think?
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QUOTE(soulseeker6187 @ Jul 4 2012, 12:43 PM)
damn. need a router that support voip.
this draytek band seems to be good but so expensive rclxub.gif
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just wait for people figure out the sip phone setting then you can dial with your computer smart phone and even your washing machine...
no need to use the thomson router anymore
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just wait for people figure out the sip phone setting then you can dial with your computer smart phone and even your washing machine...
no need to use the thomson router anymore
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the problem is when yawn.gif
seems like not many router thas support voip. if got the price is fukken expensive sweat.gif
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QUOTE(CV6149 @ Jul 4 2012, 12:45 PM)
ah i see..im using the tplink wr941nd DDWRT right now...using the high rise method..
emmm not sure if i shud mess with vlan tagging or not..

what u think?
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I am sure we have no problem messing around with it because every user will be using the same setting

we are still using the same setting just migrate the setting to our own router

edited for misunderstanding your question


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Hi, noob question here,

which TPlink model that has VLAN-tagging capable that I can buy from lowyat?

Router WIFI N150 4pt TL-WR740N ?

TQ
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even if Draytek V2130Vn is available. will it support either unifi/maxis? point is i am refering to it's firmware or DDWRT support?
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Hi, noob question here,

which TPlink model that has VLAN-tagging capable that I can buy from lowyat?

Router WIFI N150 4pt TL-WR740N ?

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But i try with the TPlink emulator, but i cant find any setting for Vlan,

http://www.tp-link.com/en/support/emulators/

can help??
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QUOTE(steventyy @ Jul 6 2012, 04:12 PM)
But i try with the TPlink emulator, but i cant find any setting for Vlan,

http://www.tp-link.com/en/support/emulators/

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need a beta firmware with vlan tagging enable & model also different it's TP-Link TL-WR741ND
http://klseet.com/index.php?option=com_con...id=88&Itemid=83
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For TL-WR741ND, google around and saw only V1 and V2....

rclxub.gif rclxub.gif

dunno whether i still can get V1 and V2 or not...

very blur...
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TL-WR841ND both vlan 500 & 600 has been hard-coded onto the firmware, maxis cannot use

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TL-WR841ND both vlan 500 & 600 has been hard-coded onto the firmware, maxis cannot use
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but i believe WR841ND still can use with Huawei HG655a by follow the method of the topic starter, right?
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unless the tp-link router flash to DD-WRT firmware then we can use, or also can choose ASUS RT-N13U

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unless the tp-link router flash to DD-WRT firmware  then we can use, or also can choose Asus router
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ASUS RT-N13U, RT-N12U, RT-N16U, RT-N56U, RT-N66U

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Asus RT-N13 has hanging problems. can check out

http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/1506242/+660
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ASUS RT-N13U, RT-N12U, RT-N16U, RT-N56U, RT-N66U
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Hi Guys,
I'm trying to get my TP-Link 1043ND to split the incoming Huawei signal for PPPOE and VOIP. I'm not sure if my idea will work so I would welcome any suggestions.

Huawei -> TP-Link -> Thomson

I'm running openwrt, and have tried to configure the VLAN on TP-Link to redirect the Huawei connection. So far, I've managed to get the TP-Link to work and obtain a PPPOE connection. This means the network devices in my house are now able to use the FTTH via the Tp-Link (bypassing the Thomson).

The problem I'm getting is that I can't seem to get the TP-Link to pass the 821/822 VLAN over to the Thomson. The Thomson doesn't seem to get a VOIP SIP link up. Looking at the event logs, it seems that the management port is up.

I have this in my /etc/config/network file (a truncated output):

config 'switch_vlan'
option 'device' 'rtl8366rb'
option 'vlan' '1'
option 'ports' '3 4 5t'

config 'switch_vlan'
option 'device' 'rtl8366rb'
option 'vlan' '621'
option 'ports' '0t 1t 5t'

config 'switch_vlan'
option 'device' 'rtl8366rb'
option 'vlan' '821'
option 'ports' '1t 2t'

config 'switch_vlan'
option 'device' 'rtl8366rb'
option 'vlan' '822'
option 'ports' '1t 2t'

Note that my TP-Link's WAN port is busted so I'm using the switch ports for the incoming routing. I have the Huawei plugged into port 1, and the Thomson plugged into port 2. (Port 0 is the WAN port that is busted). Anyone have ideas on what else needs to be changed? Thanks in advance
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TQ, with this Asus router, do I need to flash to custom firmware or I can set the Vlan with its original firmware and UI?
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Added on July 6, 2012, 8:12 pmi get the alcatel lucent, too bad is not huawei

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I got another noob question. if I cant get a Vlan tagging router, can i connect my router to thomson?

TM - Thomson (VOIP) - Own Router (WIFI & Qos) ??
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I got another noob question. if I cant get a Vlan tagging router, can i connect my router to thomson?

TM - Thomson (VOIP) - Own Router (WIFI & Qos) ??
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add access point leceh ini. have more wiring and interconnect device with additional power point. if your AP taps on thompson. it depends on thompson too. if that thing f*ck up and down. your AP also affected.
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success connect Asus RT-N13U to TM Alcatel Lucent but voip still no luck, figure out the Alcatel Lucent ip is 192.168.1.251, but can't get the user name and password to access it

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Hi, need help, just now i try to config TPLink WR841N with Zte 931 at my parent house.

The Tm tech config the Lan1 with Unifi setting and Maxis using Lan2.

So i plan to connect thomson to Lan 2 and WR841N to Lan 3.

In Zte configuration;

Under Port Binding, for 621, I untick Lan 2 and tick Lan 3.

Under Vlan Trunk, for Lan 2:

Supported Vlan number i change from 4 to 3,
and choose 821, 822 and 823 as Vlan ID, I remove 621 from here.

Under Vlan Trunk Lan 3,

Supported Vlan number I put 1,
set Vlan ID as 621.
PVID as NA.

After this, I restart all device.

Now Thomson connect to Lan 2 and WR841N connect to Lan 3.

The VOIP phone is working, but WR841N unable to connect to internet.

Under system log file, it show error, time out waiting for PADO packets,

Any sifu got any idea?



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by changing the Thomson router to TP Link modem router as mentioned on first post, will it solve any VPN pass through issue?

atm, using maxis thomson router i can't connect to my office network through VPN, when I have no problem on streamyx before this

need confirmation before getting a TP link modem router

thank you

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by changing the Thomson router to TP Link modem router as mentioned on first post, will it solve any VPN pass through issue?

atm, using maxis thomson router i can't connect to my office network through VPN, when I have no problem on streamyx before this

need confirmation before getting a TP link modem router

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if you are on private IP, nothing will change after u switch your router.
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if you are on private IP, nothing will change after u switch your router.
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so it will work if I'm already using maxis public ip right?

any idea why VPN doesn't work on the thomson router?

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so it will work if I'm already using maxis public ip right?

any idea why VPN doesn't work on the thomson router?
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when u r on private IP, you are behind another 'wall' of Maxis FTTH, outsider will not be able to ping you or 'contact' you directly... simple enuf?

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when u r on private IP, you are behind another 'wall' of Maxis FTTH, outsider will not be able to ping you or 'contact' you directly... simple enuf?
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yeah simple...

anyway i am already on public IP, and the VPN connection still fail.

1. so I would like to know why does it fail on maxis (thomson) and works on Streamyx (dlink)?

2. and changing the thomson router to TP link will work (using public ip)?


Thank you again

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have you set Port forwarding correctly on the thompson? Most likely you have set port fwd for ur VPN on the dlink but not on the thompson


Added on July 9, 2012, 6:13 pmhave you set Port forwarding correctly on the thompson? Most likely you have set port fwd for ur VPN on the dlink but not on the thompson

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I m using cisco VPN too going through the Thompson router without doing any port forwarding... it works fine for me though.
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Hi, want to confirm is it the password for connection is + 1 behind your account number?


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QUOTE(iZuDeeN @ Jul 9 2012, 06:13 PM)
have you set Port forwarding correctly on the thompson? Most likely you have set port fwd for ur VPN on the dlink but not on the thompson
no port forward on the dlink router, but checking on the specification of the dlink router, it does allow VPN passthrough. no idea if this is available on the thomson router.

But still, not sure if this is the reason that causes the VPN connectivity failure.

I already tried port forwarding for PPTP, L2TP, port 50 & 51


numbertwo,

what type of VPN you are using?
i think mine is IPSec (ESP)



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IPSec/UDP .. hope that helps.
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brother, your 1st post guide not work for me. got error message.

but i just switch off the thomson router, and attach my tp-link router, it work. just can't use the voip phone.
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QUOTE(jeremy05 @ Jul 9 2012, 08:12 PM)
brother, your 1st post guide not work for me. got error message.

but i just switch off the thomson router, and attach my tp-link router, it work. just can't use the voip phone.
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if the error is while saving the setting after untick-ing the vlan tagging and port binding for port2, you will need to delete the vlan621 first and add it manually but this time, only choose port binding for port3
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QUOTE(skullo @ Jul 9 2012, 05:26 PM)
yeah simple...

anyway i am already on public IP, and the VPN connection still fail.

1. so I would like to know why does it fail on maxis (thomson) and works on Streamyx (dlink)?

2. and changing the thomson router to TP link will work (using public ip)?
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Which VPN Client are you using for your office ?


Added on July 10, 2012, 12:20 amWhich model of BTU is TM providing for Maxis Home Fibre subscribers (VDSL2) ?

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Which VPN Client are you using for your office ?


Added on July 10, 2012, 12:20 amWhich model of BTU is TM providing for Maxis Home Fibre subscribers (VDSL2) ?
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what do you mean by VPN client, can you give an example?

anyway, the VPN software is internal software. so can't exactly tell what VPN client

i checked from the system log, these terms are there IPSec, ESP, SHA1, DES3

lol hope information makes sense
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what do you mean by VPN client, can you give an example?

anyway, the VPN software is internal software. so can't exactly tell what VPN client

i checked from the system log, these terms are there IPSec, ESP, SHA1, DES3

lol hope information makes sense
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VPN Client = software you use to connect to your office VPN... brands like Cisco, Nortel, Checkpoint, Juniper, ...
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If I dun wish to use VOIP, can i directly plug in TPlink router to the Lan port that thomson use?
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If I dun wish to use VOIP, can i directly plug in TPlink router to the Lan port that thomson use?
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yes.. i am doing it now... no voip for me
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yes.. i am doing it now... no voip for me
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i tried to follow 1st page setup, failed. VOIP working but my belkin router couldnt get internet connection.

then i try your setup straight replacing the thomson and use LAN2 port for the belkin router also couldn't get internet connection.

Any suggestion what would be the problem ?? all i need to key in in belkin is pppoe username, password, always connect only right ?
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QUOTE(mikeeeee @ Jul 10 2012, 10:28 AM)
i tried to follow 1st page setup, failed. VOIP working but my belkin router couldnt get internet connection.

then i try your setup straight replacing the thomson and use LAN2 port for the belkin router also couldn't get internet connection.

Any suggestion what would be the problem ?? all i need to key in in belkin is pppoe username, password, always connect only right ?
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did you properly set up vlan tagging?
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yesterday night i have been try use tomato firmware on asus RT12-c1 i WORKING!!!! but all of sudden , i restart my Modem and that Huawei Echolife HG655a VDSL Modem ,it cannot connect ,after than i restore that huawei to default maxis setting which back up b4 mode. i try connect back to maxis provide router,it come in erro massage say that authentication fail.any one have this issue ?
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did it as in the first page suggested.

untick port binding and vlan tagging on LAN2 and tick port binding on LAN3 then submit.

any idea?

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did it as in the first page suggested.

untick port binding and vlan tagging on LAN2 and tick port binding on LAN3 then submit.

any idea?
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you should be connecting your router to LAN3 not LAN2 of the modem

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you should be connecting your router to LAN3 not LAN2 of the modem
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i did sad.gif

the initial setup comes with thomson WAN port connected to LAN2 , so i didn't change that.
then after the configuration on huawei and belkin, i connect the belkin WAN port to huawei LAN3.

it should work with any router right ?
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i did sad.gif

the initial setup comes with thomson WAN port connected to LAN2 , so i didn't change that.
then after the configuration on huawei and belkin, i connect the belkin WAN port to huawei LAN3.

it should work with any router right ?
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try connect thomson router to LAN3 and test can it go online
if can then the problem must be your router
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ok, will try your suggestion. Thanks man


Added on July 11, 2012, 9:33 amSigh couldn't work, probably my belkin doesn't dial the pppoe properly.

Anyway, I've set the belkin as AP to extend the THOMSON lan and turn off the THOMSON WiFi interface.

Although not optimal configurations but stability and reliability of WiFi increased and I'm happy now! !

Thanks

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Finally I can connect the TPlink router to Zte 931ii. biggrin.gif

The default setting for the Lan Port is


Lan 2

Support Vlan Number : 4
Vlan ID 1: 621
Vlan ID 2: 821
Vlan ID 3: 822
Vlan ID 4: 823

PVID : NA



I tried to connect the TPlink router with this setting but failed, keep on request time out for PODO packets.

then i changed the setting as below and I able to connect with TPlink router.


Lan 2

Support Vlan Number : 0

PVID : 621


or

Lan 2

Support Vlan Number : 3
Vlan ID 1: 821
Vlan ID 2: 822
Vlan ID 3: 823


PVID : 621


I tried to connect Thomson to Lan 3 for VOIP but cannot, but before i able to connect with TPlink, I able to connect Thomson with VOIP by below setting, sad.gif


Lan 3

Support Vlan Number : 3
Vlan ID 1: 821
Vlan ID 2: 822
Vlan ID 3: 823

PVID : NA


Any ideas?

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QUOTE(silveraider @ Jun 13 2012, 03:19 PM)
Maxis give me the detail is  HSI,TM HSBA is using VLAN 621 and Maxis Home Fibre Internet service is using VLAN 11.


Added on June 13, 2012, 3:21 pmif u want get off the thomson just buy another voip adapter just for the call and using ur custom router.
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brought this up for confirmation..
would getting a voip adapter work ?
anyone which is adventurous enough to try? laugh.gif
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QUOTE(kenjixx @ Jul 11 2012, 12:31 PM)
brought this up for confirmation..
would getting a voip adapter work ?
anyone which is adventurous enough to try? laugh.gif
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still try for the voip adapter, maybe my setting wrong so cannot call
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still try for the voip adapter, maybe my setting wrong so cannot call
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i using d-link dvg-2001s
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Any remedy for landed properties?
Or does the router problem only happen to high-rise building users?
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Any remedy for landed properties?
Or does the router problem only happen to high-rise building users?
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for landed property you will need a vlan tagging capable router
i.e. Asus RT-N13U
set it up properly and you are done
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interesting, does it work. or you need to configure the adapter?

if it works along with customized router... we can kiss maxis thompson goodbye over their shitty overheating problems, wifi problems & free public wifi. because some ppl do see a user id "maxis" login to router. who the hell is that?

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finally, i finish the TP_Link TL-WR1043 to support the thompson as voip.. now still testing.. so far so good and the WR1043 also can get online by itself
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QUOTE(mikeeeee @ Jul 10 2012, 11:46 AM)
ok, will try your suggestion. Thanks man


Added on July 11, 2012, 9:33 amSigh couldn't work, probably my belkin doesn't dial the pppoe properly.

Anyway, I've set the belkin as AP to extend the THOMSON lan and turn off the THOMSON WiFi interface.

Although not optimal configurations but stability and reliability of WiFi increased and I'm happy now! !

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QUOTE(toh2020 @ Jul 12 2012, 10:18 AM)
interesting, does it work. or you need to configure the adapter?

if it works along with customized router... we can kiss maxis thompson goodbye over their shitty overheating problems, wifi problems & free public wifi. because some ppl do see a user id "maxis" login to router. who the hell is that?
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no it can't work i still try to configure out, because i need more detail for the maxis voip setting.
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finally, i finish the TP_Link TL-WR1043 to support the thompson as voip.. now still testing.. so far so good and the WR1043 also can get online by itself
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You connect the TP-Link's WAN to Thompson's LAN port ?? Please share.
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Finally I can connect my TPlink to Zte931ii for internet connection and Thomson for VOIP.

Dont know why, the sequence of the connection on LAN port does make different.

Next step is wait all sifu the find out how to connect the VOIP through the Zte modem rclxms.gif rclxms.gif

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You connect the TP-Link's WAN to Thompson's LAN port ??  Please share.
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i just add vlan on lan1...vlan 822.

so how i using WR1043 for internet then connect thomson to lan1 for VOIP..
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QUOTE(jssc @ Jul 12 2012, 07:33 PM)
i just add vlan on lan1...vlan 822.

so how i using WR1043 for internet then connect thomson to lan1 for VOIP..
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u r using huawei btu  or alcatel lucent?
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if I'm not wrong, my settings can be use for all modem...
cause the setting in on the TP-Link router not in the modem. I'm not did anything on modem.

and the thomson is only for VOIP, not other.

Just tag the lan1 and lan2 that all.


modem -> TP-LINK -> Internet
LAN1 -> Thomson PG (VOIP)

I'm using HUAWEI modem

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why maxis broadband giving different set of equipment..

my modem was ALU I240G-P..and router is the lousy thomas 784n...

1) configurate and restart was very slow on the 1st faulty unit but i haven't try to customise , according to the Wifi analys the signal strength was only par or lower then my stremynx wifi router..sad.gif

2)I dont know why there was a Hotspot call 'Maxis' and i can't find it from my router...wonder where it come from

3)Speedtest was not stable sometime i get 10MB up/dl , sometime i get 3MB up/1mb dp..

4)Was there any router which can replace it ? plan to get 1 at Pcfair and said sayonara to this..(VOIP is not use for me...) as i got my iphone with 3G data plan which is enough for calling .

pls help
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why maxis broadband giving different set of equipment..

my modem was ALU I240G-P..and router is the lousy thomas 784n...

1) configurate and restart was very slow on the 1st faulty unit but i haven't try to customise , according to the Wifi analys the signal strength was only par or lower then my stremynx wifi router..sad.gif

2)I dont know why there was a Hotspot call 'Maxis' and i can't find it from my router...wonder where it come from

3)Speedtest was not stable sometime i get 10MB up/dl , sometime i get 3MB up/1mb dp..

4)Was there any router which can replace it ? plan to get 1 at Pcfair and said sayonara to this..(VOIP is not use for me...) as i got my iphone with 3G data plan which is enough for calling .

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1)common complain
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3)speedtest not always correct best is you to download some large file from internet.
4)yes there's plenty of replacement you can get one of it would be Asus RT-N13U or just get any router that has vlan tagging

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Oh crap, that means landed line can only use VLAN capable router and not any router we like?
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Oh crap, that means landed line can only use VLAN capable router and not any router we like?
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for landed property most probably you will have no access to the modem
no access to the modem means your cannot mess with the vlan setting in the modem
your choice will be using a switch with Vlan like this one and then you can use any router you like
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QUOTE(kenjixx @ Jul 13 2012, 11:54 AM)
for landed property most probably you will have no access to the modem
no access to the modem means your cannot mess with the vlan setting in the modem
your choice will be using a switch with Vlan like this one and then you can use any router you like
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Can I configure the Thompson router as a bridge? Just like how people using Unify have the option to use the DIR615 as a bridge and connect a custom router to the DIR 615?

PS - how much is the Asus router.
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Can I configure the Thompson router as a bridge? Just like how people using Unify have the option to use the DIR615 as a bridge and connect a custom router to the DIR 615?

PS - how much is the Asus router.
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there is no advance configuration on the thompson router to make it as a bridge.
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That makes sense now, so if I use that, there won't be VOIP support, unless someone can hack into the modem, but if that's possible, any router can be used together right.

Just wondering, what about the future when maxis launch IPTV, since this router works with unify IPTV, just a matter of time when maxis launches the IPTV, then we just configure the VLAN port?
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QUOTE(karhoe @ Jul 13 2012, 12:30 PM)
That makes sense now, so if I use that, there won't be VOIP support, unless someone can hack into the modem, but if that's possible, any router can be used together right.

Just wondering, what about the future when maxis launch IPTV, since this router works with unify IPTV, just a matter of time when maxis launches the IPTV, then we just configure the VLAN port?
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For me, i using to Tp-link tl-wr1043 as router with vlan support and also wifi

Thomson for VoIP and connect to tplink router

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most probably there wont be any hack to the modem... it's TM property which i dun think we suppose to touch...
the other choice is to know the SIP server settings so that we can use a voip adapter (this is mention in the few post in front and not working at the moment)
IF everything going fine IPTV would not be a problem at all
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Ah, kinda pathetic, considering I have invested in Cisco E2000, which have been very reliable.

Btw, that Asus router, does it support loopback feature?
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QUOTE(kenjixx @ Jul 13 2012, 11:54 AM)
for landed property most probably you will have no access to the modem
no access to the modem means your cannot mess with the vlan setting in the modem
your choice will be using a switch with Vlan like this one and then you can use any router you like
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Bro, do you mean that for a landed property, the only equipment that the customer can "touch and see" is the superduper crappy Thomson router? So even if we replace this Thomson router with a router like the Asus RT-N13U-B1, the Asus router won't work because we have no modem to mess around with?

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QUOTE(wr6969 @ Jul 13 2012, 12:49 PM)
Bro, do you mean that for a landed property, the only equipment that the customer can "touch and see" is the superduper crappy Thomson router?  So even if we replace this Thomson router with a router like the Asus RT-N13U-B1, the Asus router won't work because we have no modem to mess around with?

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You can replace the router with Asus router, it will work.
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Thanks for reply, but no VoIP, correct?
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most probably there wont be any hack to the modem... it's TM property which i dun think we suppose to touch...
the other choice is to know the SIP server settings so that we can use a voip adapter (this is mention in the few post in front and not working at the moment)
IF everything going fine IPTV would not be a problem at all
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Any one knows the sip server address of maxis voip ? Im trying the possiblity of using maxis voip on iOS and android mobile devices with media5 sip client.
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Thanks for reply, but no VoIP, correct?
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QUOTE(kenjixx @ Jul 13 2012, 12:37 PM)
most probably there wont be any hack to the modem... it's TM property which i dun think we suppose to touch...
the other choice is to know the SIP server settings so that we can use a voip adapter (this is mention in the few post in front and not working at the moment)
IF everything going fine IPTV would not be a problem at all
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you only have to access the tm huawei if u wanna attach the phone direct to device. or for unifi users shift their iptv from router there hehee.

from my observation during installation. they directly connect LAN to LAN port. which works perfectly. when the service is up & connected. i did try to access the gui. but it dissappears after bootup. darn they apply security settings to it.

it take time for manufacturer come out with a router with voip & tel jack. but has to be certified to work with unifi/maxis.


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Does that means if no VOIP means no 600 min free from Maxis ?
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Is this VoIP SIP compliant?

If can why not consider a soft based app for light users who doesn't want a real phone.

Also it only costs RM48 or RM68 to retain your copper TM fixed line with free monthly minutes.
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QUOTE(Ahn3hn3h @ Jul 13 2012, 04:50 PM)
Is this VoIP SIP compliant?

If can why not consider a soft based app for light users who doesn't want a real phone.

Also it only costs RM48 or RM68 to retain your copper TM fixed line with free monthly minutes.
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Added on July 13, 2012, 5:05 pmAnyway quite curious, why is it that we can access VDSL modem and configure VLAN but can't do the same with fibre modem.

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PC Fair got promo for Asus RT-N13U

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=389...&type=1&theater
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Doesn't really look like a promo? What kind of mystery gift are they giving
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QUOTE(wr6969 @ Jul 13 2012, 06:18 PM)
i asked those sales people on Asus Route but they said it wasn't possible to configure for Maxis FTTH ???

Shall we need to use Vlan capable router even if we dont want to use VOIP ??? Normal stremynx modem shall work ?




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Hi,
I've flashed my Asus RT-N16 router to the latest Shibby's Tomato Firmware which supports VLAN 3 digits. I did not configure anything on the Huawei fibre box yet. Just plug the LAN2 to ASUS WAN port. But after configure the Asus VLAN and reboot and I'm having connecting stage. Any help is appreciated.

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QUOTE(thamch @ Jul 13 2012, 11:01 PM)
Hi,
I've flashed my Asus RT-N16 router to the latest Shibby's Tomato Firmware which supports VLAN 3 digits.  I did not configure anything on the Huawei fibre box yet.  Just plug the LAN2 to ASUS WAN port.  But after configure the Asus VLAN and reboot and I'm having connecting stage.  Any help is appreciated.
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VLAN Profile 1 with VLAN ID:1 for all ports 1-4?
But your VLAN Profile 0 has correct VLAN ID with not ports assigned to it?
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Here is the picture of the default VLAN. I just made changes to the WAN only.

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VLAN Profile 1 with VLAN ID:1 for all ports 1-4?
But your VLAN Profile 0 has correct VLAN ID with not ports assigned to it?
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Here is the picture of the default VLAN.  I just made changes to the WAN only.
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Have you configured your VLAN as on page 1 of this thread?

If YES then you don't even need to configure anything on the router page you're currently on because the port 3 on your Huawei BTU is already tagged with the VLAN ID.

Clear that page you showed and configure your to dial PPPoE out like your Streamyx and set DHCP as normal...Make sure your router WAN port is connected to port 3 of your BTU.

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Have you configured your VLAN as on page 1 of this thread?

If YES then you don't even need to configure anything on the router page you're currently on because the port 3 on your Huawei BTU is already tagged with the VLAN ID.

Clear that page you showed and configure your to dial PPPoE out like your Streamyx and set DHCP as normal...Make sure your router  WAN port is connected to port 3 of your BTU.
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Mine is Huawei HG850a and currently, there is no way to access that box.
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Mine is Huawei HG850a and currently, there is no way to access that box.
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Delete all VLAN Profiles 0-2.Clear them.
If that is the case then set WAN as bridge and assign the VLAN ID to any ports. All under a SINGLE VLAN Profile.
Dial out as PPPoE as normal.
Save and Reboot. Check if internet connection is through.

So BTU is your modem, VLAN is tagged to ethernet packets for the specified port and your router makes the PPPoE connection.

MIGHT Not Work.

VoIP compatibility is not guaranteed.
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QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Jul 12 2012, 06:16 PM)
You connect the TP-Link's WAN to Thompson's LAN port ??  Please share.
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this is my vlan settings on TP-LINK TL-WR1043 for Thomson PG (VOIP Only). Attached Image

These TP-LINK I use it as router and WIFI.

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Since you're using LAN port #2.

For VLAN # 0,
Set VID=621, Tag Port 2, Default and Bridge=WAN.

Configure the rest like your PPPoE account dialup and DHCP like your Streamyx.
Save and Reboot.


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i already configure it the pppoe, wifi and connect to thomson for VOIP

now i use it for online...so far very stable for 2 day and my voip also working.

not like last time, using thomson always hang, Wifi problem and VOIP also not working after few hour.

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this is my vlan settings on TP-LINK TL-WR1043 for Thomson PG (VOIP Only). Attached Image

These TP-LINK I use it as router and WIFI.
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What is your ONT brand and model?
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chpang
post Jul 14 2012, 10:06 AM


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QUOTE(jssc @ Jul 14 2012, 01:36 AM)
i already configure it the pppoe, wifi and connect to thomson for VOIP

now i use it for online...so far very stable for 2 day and my voip also working.

not like last time, using thomson always hang, Wifi problem and VOIP also not working after few hour.
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Hi jssc,

Can you advise how to configure TP- Link Router??
Im using white colour Alcatel modem, is it need to re-configure this Alcatel modem??
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post Jul 14 2012, 10:18 AM


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QUOTE(thamch @ Jul 14 2012, 08:14 AM)
What is your ONT brand and model?
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I using Huawei modem.


Added on July 14, 2012, 10:23 am
QUOTE(chpang @ Jul 14 2012, 10:06 AM)
Hi jssc,

Can you advise how to configure TP- Link Router??
Im using white colour Alcatel modem, is it need to re-configure this Alcatel modem??
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Actually I using klseet setting. I just do some testing on VoIP vlan. So that we can u other VoIP device or Thomson to connect the the phone, since tplink don't hv VoIP.

http://klseet.com/index.php?option=com_con...=143&Itemid=124
This is klseet website. U can refer. U just need to add and change the vlan setting.

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