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Yep!,if you just want a basic setup for browsing/uploading/downloading,watching vids email etc,then no problem.

The QoS section can help keeping it stable,but it should be ok using the defaults.

 

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Just as Ironman says, the default setup is just a five minute easy peasy job.

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many thanks good advice ..sorry if i,m thick but what is meant by
The QoS section ? as used in your reply below

The QoS section can help keeping it stable,but it should be ok using the defaults.
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It is not a big deal for normal use,but QoS [Qualty Of Service] is used to balance the bandwidth and port use between different protacols,to try to stop any of them hogging the whole network.

But for normal use [no servers being run by you HTML/FTP or even game servers],the defaults are fine.

DMZ is also used on a gaming server [you hosting],to help clients keep connected or connect.

But DMZ should not be left on as it leaves the PC [server] open to attack from the net.

 

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@jamjar62 wrote:
many thanks good advice ..sorry if i,m thick but what is meant by
The QoS section ? as used in your reply below

The QoS section can help keeping it stable,but it should be ok using the defaults.

Traffic priority, have a read here:

http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/kb_vigor_qos.html

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thanks very interesting and again help me understand something ha! 🙂
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have just had infinty installed, and have no issues getting the vigor 2750 to work or any other cable router.

 

After 2 days i have given up on hh3 as it keeps rebooting

 

my vigor 2750

1: reboots as well even though connects fine - running latest beta but tried with 1.4.1 and 1.5.1

2: port forwardung and dns service unable to configure

 

ive tried a cheap cable router netgear and this is fine no issues. I would like to use the draytek but need some guidance to set it up stably!!

 

many thanks

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jocat0,

Are you using wifi or ethernet.?

Have you checked that the "Always On" setting in the PPPoE section is set,if not it will disconnect depending on the setting.?

 

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Yes i had the connection set to always on so not sure what issue may have been? I also having issues withnport forwarding
With the draytek. Very frustating!!
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I have disconnected it for the time and will retry this weekend. I have tempoarraily connected annold netgear router to or modem and this has not
Diaconnected in 24 hours.
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