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Re: Vdsl modem with G.inp?

I ended up going for the DSL-AC88U 

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Message 12 of 15

Re: Vdsl modem with G.inp?

What sort of stats does the VR-2800 give for dsl, are they detailed?

Im having an issue with the DSL-AC88u where it is dropping 2.4ghz clients, I’m assuming on the draytek that once you hook it up to your router you can no longer see the line stats?

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Re: Vdsl modem with G.inp?


@Stuartdwrote:

Im having an issue with the DSL-AC88u where it is dropping 2.4ghz clients, I’m assuming on the draytek that once you hook it up to your router you can no longer see the line stats?


No you can easily see the line stats on the Draytek modem - you just set an extra IP address of 192.168.2.2 to the WAN port on your router - you can then browse to 192.168.2.1 and login to the Draytek admin webpage.  The Draytek status page really only shows the current up/down sync rate and SNR margin but you can enter a command on the webpage "vdsl status" or "vdsl status more" which then gives a very detailed view of the line status.

 If you are using an Asus DSL modem/router instead of just a router you will have changed to DSL over LAN port X and need to change the WAN IP settings under the Internet Connection page:

WAN IP Setting
Get the WAN IP automatically No
IP Address 192.168.2.2
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 192.168.2.1

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Re: Vdsl modem with G.inp?

I have ordered the Draytek 130 to use with my Tp-link AC3200, do I just follow the steps above?

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Re: Vdsl modem with G.inp?

Copied from another forum:

Lets assume your modem is on 192.168.2.1 and the router is on 192.168.1.1.
- Login to the routers GUI / admin page
- Go to Advanced -> Network -> Internet -> Advanced
- Specify a secondary connection linked to modem by entering info as follows:
1. Connection type: Static IP
2. IP address: 192.168.2.3
3. Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
- Leave all other settings alone and click on 'Save'

After you log out of the routers GUI / admin page, you should be able to access your modems GUI / admin page through the router using the modems IP address.

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