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Need help with Vigor 130 and UniFi USG

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Need help with Vigor 130 and UniFi USG

by veldthui Starter Poster
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Current setup

 

Vigor 2860 VSDL injecting VLAN 10 into the connection. PPoE/PPoA with PPoA encapsulation. Was told I didn't need the login details in the modem. This works 100% and the 2860 has an IP and works well.

 

New SetUp

 

I have a Vigor 130 and set it to inject 10 into the VLAN for the WAN side. Set it to MPoA and put it into bridge mode. Turn it on and I get SHOWTIME and a good connection. No IP though because it is in bridge mode which the USG should handle.

 

I hook up the UniFi USG and it is set for DHCP and says it cannot connect to the internet. Change it to PPoE and enter the login details I had for my old ADSL modem and it will will not connect to the internet.

 

Is anyone using the Vigor 130 on the Vodafone network and using the bridge mode? I surely can't be the only one and I am hoping I can get some help connecting as I want to change over to the USG as my router/firewall as soon as possible.

 

I am thinking it is a login issue as the 2860 did not need a login but the USG needs one for the PPoE connection.

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Re: Need help with Vigor 130 and UniFi USG

by veldthui Starter Poster
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Okay I finally got this working with the help of someone in another country. The issue appears to be with the USG.

 

I had the modem injecting the VLAN 10 tag in when I should have had the USG injecting the VLAN 10 tag. Once that was changed it was all good and away.

 

I can now change things to get them working as they should with the network addresses and such

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