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