Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone by Dan Dziedzic. Only problem with this setup is that once you’ve set the modem to bridge mode you may lose the ability to get to its setup via a web browser so just check you know where the factory reset button is on the modem, at least then if it all goes pear shaped you can get it back to factory defaults and access it via a web browser again. Communications Digital Signaling Protocol. Message 3 of 8. However the Asus insists on WAN settings rather than simply pick up what’s served up from the router. Video Games by Lori Grunin 10 days ago. Line Properties Framing Format.
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The modem is Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Again any ideas very welcome. I’ve asked Asus support but they haven’t any pointers nor have they said that their modem won’t work with either PN or the D-Link.
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None work except for the Static IP setting. Get a 4-terabyte USB 3. Either there is some basic incompatibility between PN’s set-up and the router OR there’s something I’m missing.
In farm country, forget broadband. Communications Digital Signaling Protocol.
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Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone Asus has built a fast router with something for everyone by Dan Dziedzic. However my connection ‘speed’ has dropped to a steady 0. I remain confident because in all other respects it’s a lovely router. The router has settings for bridge mode. Message 5 of 8.
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I guess you’ve got the T v-link set to pppoa, have you tried setting it to bridge mode and then setting the RT-N16 320h config to pppoe using your Plusnet userid and password. Reliable and as fas t as I’m likely to get 6Mbps. Smart Home by Brian Bennett Dec 3, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Video Games by Lori Grunin 10 days ago. Thank you ever so much for the help.
I’ll try this when I get back home later today. Hope that helpsif you cant work out what to set in the LAN settings then can you post a screenshot of the appropriate page and I’ll try to advise It looks like the 320 firmware might be a bit ‘iffy’ Have a google for “You have set the wrong dynamic or static IP address” Quote The router has settings for bridge mode.
The manual’s rubbish as i said above but I guess you need to go into d-linj ‘advanced setting’ for the LAN. Life in the slow lane: Phones by Shara Tibken Oct 25, The LAN addresses are set to run in the range Something I haven’t thought of