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FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings

Hi,
After testing and reading I'm stuck with the setup of ADSL2+ connection including fixed IP with Deutsche Telekom.
We've ordered a Deutschland Lan Voice line, we've got ADSL2+ here and we've deactivated easy access at Deutsche Telekom customer portal and activated fixed IP.
Now I'll try to connect with built in ADSL modem but the "diag dsl show 2" command shows handshake and then exception of modem status.
 
I've tried follwing settings:
config system interface
    edit "dsl"
        set vdom "root"
        set mode pppoe
        set allowaccess ping fgfm
        set vlanforward enable
        set type physical
        set vpi 1
        set vci 32
        set mux-type llc-encaps
        set phy-mode adsl
        set tc-mode atm
        set vectoring disable
        set role wan
        set snmp-index 2
        set ipunnumbered 80.151.3.138
        set username "$THE-CORRECT-USERNAME$@t-online.de"
        set password ENC $DEFINITLY-THE-CORRECT-PW$
    next
end

I've tried with pppoe on dsl interface and I've tried it also with a vlan interface on top of the dsl interface where the vlanid=7.
Does anyone of you have a good/working config for the FG60EDSLJ ?
 
I'm also not sure what to setup for the dsl interface when using a vlan-interface on top and where to setup the PPPoE values.
 
BTW: The DSL line is working 100% I've tested with a DSL modem of another DTAG DSL line. And I've also talked to technical support of DTAG and they can measure, that there is a DSL modem connected to the line, when the FG60 is connected to it.
 
Thanks in advance.
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    emnoc
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/21 13:12:22 (permalink)
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    Did you try or have the option for "set pppoe-unnumbered-negotiate disable"
    https://help.fortinet.com/fos50hlp/56/Content/FortiOS/fortigate-whats-new/Top-Network-PPPoE.htm
     
    IIRC, ppoe mode expects dynamic-assignments. Please post if the above works,  since I have never had a chance to use it.
     
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/22 02:44:35 (permalink)
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    Hi emnoc,
    Thanks for the answer but unfortunately "set pppoe-unnumbered-negotiate disable" is only available in interface dsl. But I can't setup a VLAN for pppoe authentication on VLAN7 so I've added an additional VLAN interface in mode pppoe on top of it. In This VLAN7 PPPoE interface the option is not available.
     
    Strange to me is the Modem exception I an see here. But there is no way to get information regarding this exception.
     
    Here are the infos of diagnose dsl show 2
    --- SNIP---
    VCCs Status
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    No      Wan Mode    Type    Status     IP         Connection Name
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    WANIP0  ADSL-ATM: V Bridge  Connected  240.0.0.1  FN_Stati_nas9
            C 1/32


    Gateway Information  




    DNS Information
    Primary
    Secondary
    MTU                                 0
    Modem Status                        [EXCEPTION[1]]                      
    Mode Selected                       [NOT AVAILABLE]                     
    Power Management Mode               [DSL_G997_PMS_L3]                   
    Trellis-Coded Modulation            [Disable]                           
    Latency Type                        [Fast]                              
    Data Rate Downstream                [0 kbps]                            
    Data Rate Upstream                  [0 kbps]                            
    Attainable Data Rate Downstream     [0 kbps]                            
    Attainable Data Rate Upstream       [0 kbps]                            
    Interleaver Depth Downstream        [0]                                 
    Interleaver Depth Upstream          [0]                                 
    Line Attenuation(LATN) Downstream   [0.0 dB]                            
    Line Attenuation(LATN) Upstream     [0.0 dB]                            
    Signal Attenuation(SATN) Down       [0.0 dB]                            
    Signal Attenuation(SATN) Up         [0.0 dB]                            
    SNRM Downstream                     [0.0 dB]                            
    SNRM Upstream                       [0.0 dB]                            
    ACATP Downstream                    [0.0 dB]                            
    ACATP Upstream                      [0.0 dB]                            
    Superframe                          [Not available]                     
    LOS Failure(near end)               [0]                                 
    LOS Failure(far end)                [0]                                 
    LOF Failure(near end)               [0]                                 
    LOF Failure(far end)                [0]                                 
    LPR Failure(near end)               [0]                                 
    LPR Failure(far end)                [0]                                 
    NCD Failure(near end)               [0]                                 
    NCD Failure(far end)                [0]                                 
    LCD Failure(near end)               [0]                                 
    LCD Failure(far end)                [0]                                 
    CRC(near end)                       [0]                                 
    CRC(far end)                        [0]
    RS Correction(near end)             [0]
    RS Correction(far end)              [0]
    FECS(near end)                      [0]
    FECS(far end)                       [0]
    Errored Second(ES-L)(near end)      [0]
    Errored Second(ES-L)(far end)       [0]
    Serverely Errored Seconds(SES-L)NE  [0]
    Serverely Errored Seconds(SES-L)FE  [0]
    Loss of Signal Seconds(LOSS-L)NE    [0]
    Loss of Signal Seconds(LOSS-L)FE    [0]
    Unavailable Seconds(UAS-L)NE        [1103797166]
    Unavailable Seconds(UAS-L)FE        [1094893868]
    HEC Error(near end)                 [0]
    HEC Error(far end)                  [0]
    --- SNIP---


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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/22 03:17:20 (permalink)
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    Just talked to Deutsche Telekom to clarify the line on electrical side and they've acked that there is no sync. This should be present anyway, even if there is no login possible.
    As I checked previously, the line is OK with a different router so the problem is on Fortigates Modem side. Is there a way to modify electrical settings to reach a sync on DSL line?
    Are there known issued with fortigate modems ?
    post edited by cho - 2020/01/22 06:56:24
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/23 06:17:09 (permalink)
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    next chapter in this problem ... could it be, that the DSL-modem was DOA in this device ?
    I've checked with a DSL master modem and even this link didn't sync correctly.
     
    Could it be, that the sync led is even flashing when there is already a sync, but no PPPoE connection ?
    And if there is a sync, will one see values with command "diagnose dsl show 2" ? For example
     
    Line Attenuation(LATN) Downstream   [0.0 dB]
    Line Attenuation(LATN) Upstream     [0.0 dB]
    Signal Attenuation(SATN) Down       [0.0 dB]
    Signal Attenuation(SATN) Up         [0.0 dB]
    SNRM Downstream                     [0.0 dB]
    SNRM Upstream                       [0.0 dB]
    ACATP Downstream                    [0.0 dB]
    ACATP Upstream                      [0.0 dB] 
     
    Thanks for your help.
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/26 12:27:15 (permalink)
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    IMHO this is a clear case for Tech Support. I've heard that if you call in with P4, during German working hours, you have a big chance to reach the Neu-Isenburg support center. They should know (or know how to find out) which parameters to set with Telekom lines.
     
    From glancing over your params:
    - why "tc-mode atm"?? I thought ATM is dead by now. Other options for this?
    - vectoring disable?? I know Telekom would not specify which outlets are vectoring and which are not but IMHO many are. You may try to switch this.
    BTW, ADSL lines are tagged as well nowadays. They used to be untagged but if connecting to a BNG outlet you'll get VLAN 7 tagged traffic.
     
    The way I set up these kind of lines:
    - get a ADSL2/2+ or VDSL modem, preferably Vigor130 or 165. Comes in modem pass-thru mode already.
    - change modem setup to NOT remove the VLAN 7 tag
    - connect modem to wan port, create a VLAN port on wan port, VLAN ID 7, configure all PPPoE parameters on this port.
    - physical wan port is not used for data but for access to modem (!) by giving it 192.168.1.2, modem is at .1.
    This way you can monitor the DSL stats.
     
    2 reasons for using a (relatively cheap) modem:
    - if overvoltage on the line burns the modem, the FGT will survive, and it's easy to replace a no-config modem
    - FGTs have problems with PPPoE encapsulation performance and used to limit throughput at 130 Mbps. Modems don't.
     

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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/28 00:29:41 (permalink)
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    Dear ede_pfau,
    Thanks for the answer.
    After several talks to DTAG and also to supporting company where we've bought this FG60 following outcome reached me:
    DTAG
    - PTM is used instead of ATM, you're right here
    - vectoring isn't used on ADSL2+
    - VLAN7 is required for login, but I need to find the correct configuration, hopefully the Fortinet support will help here
     
    Fortinet
    - allthough I've not figured out what the modems problem is, a case was opened at Fortinet and I'll wait here to get a solution regarding DSL sync
     
    Lets see. If I've got some useful information, I'll update this thread.
     
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/01/28 07:27:50 (permalink)
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    Cho
     
    For the cfg you do not need support the cfg ios simple just define the  correct vlanid and apply the PPPoE specific settings
     
    https://kb.fortinet.com/kb/documentLink.do?externalID=FD40273
     
    e.g
     
    config system interface
    edit "PPPoE"
     set vdom "root"
     set mode pppoe
     set allowaccess ping ssh
     set description "CID 45L78091-001"
     set alias "uplink"
     set device-identification enable
     set role wan
     set snmp-index 24
     set lcp-max-echo-fails 10
     set vlanid 35
    next
     
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/09/02 05:52:42 (permalink)
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    Dear cho,
     
    were you able to use the 60E-DSLJ with Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ ?
     
    Regards
    Dominik
     
     
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/09/28 11:11:56 (permalink)
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    Hi there,
     
    were you able to establish the DSL connection with the 60E-DSLJ??

    Kind regards,
    Dominik
    post edited by Dominik - 2020/09/28 23:24:57
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/09/29 02:10:00 (permalink)
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    Hi together,
     
    I am having a FGT 60E DSL-J at home and I am trying to establish a DSL connect with the "Deutsche Telekom".
    I've set the DSL interface to DHCP and configured a PPPoE VLAN on the DSL Interface with my login credentials for my ISP and the VLAN TAG 7.
    But there's no connection getting established.

    When I connect my FritzBox, to test if the connect is well, the DSL connect works immediatly. So it seems that the FGT is doing something wrong/different or/and I am missing any kind of configuration.

    Anyone here who can assist?

    Kind regards,
    Dominik
    post edited by Dominik - 2020/09/29 04:43:54
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/10/05 07:21:29 (permalink)
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    hm we never used a FGT with built in DSL modem but we did use FGT with some ZyXEL in Bridge Mode - so the FGT did the PPPOE.
    What is wondering me is that you don't even get sync. You should get the line sync even without credentials and vlan and all that. Just if the modem is capable of the correct standard it should get sync once physically connected tot the line. Login and all that will only happen once it gets sync.
     
    Maybe the FGT60E DSL-J is too old and does not support the needed Annex Standard vor ADSL2+? No it is not- just looked up the datasheet and it says that FGT60E DSL-J is capable af Annex J which DTAG uses on ADSL2+ Lines.
    Are you sure it is a 60E DSL-J or is it just a 60E DSL (which only supports Annex A and B)?
     
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/10/05 10:24:32 (permalink)
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    Hi there,
    solved the problem with the missing sync. It was a layer 1 problem. ;) Switch the DSL cables and the connect works fine now.

    Sadly the 60E DSL-J seems to not support "supervectoring". After the successful connect I had only 20 mbit downstream instead of 250 mbit. Talked to Deutsche Telekom and they've mentioned that the 60E DSL-J doesn't support it.
    I'm a bit confused because this would mean the FGT 60E DSL-J is complete useless in germany.
    Any thoughts?

    Kind regards,
    Dominik
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    Re: FG-60E-DSLJ | Deutsche Telekom ADSL2+ settings 2020/10/06 07:21:41 (permalink)
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    Supervectoring is ITU-T G.993.2 Annex Q .
    The 60E DSL-J supports Annex B and J (ITU-T G.992.1/3/5), G.993.2 and Vectoring (ITU-T G.993.5).
    This is what the Datasheet reads.
     
    Maybe you need to ask Fortinet TAC why it does not support Supervectoring even though it does support G.993.2. Maybe it doesn't support the needed profile in G.993.2 as datasheed list only a couple of profiles here.
     
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