One crazy interface with a ton of CLI options. Gonna be a challenge. Could not understand why I’m not getting any WAN IP.
Seems like Asus n56u isn’t good enough to push 300/300 Mbps on wire. Is it that crappy or have speeds gone up so fast. SingTel Router doing a better job, and with AC.
Still no WAN IP.
After a lot of research, it seems like SingTel MIO comes with annoying VLANs to provide TV and Phone services over the same line. This is oddly well handled by some consumer routers. Why isn’t anyone sharing ERL configs for SingTel
Seems like SingTel unlimited fibre would have provided a clean WAN IP, no VLAN. Why couldn’t they have gotten this
Seems like Google Fiber also uses VLANs. And some more helpful people have created a guide for Google Fiber on ERL. Great.
Gets WAN IP. Unable to PING. WHY.
Managed to get a working IP address and working internet connection using direct ONT->ERL. OMG. Adjusting the WAN Masquerade and NAT hairpin settings seem to have done the trick.
Only to find out Speedtest now only registers 100/100 Mbps instead of 300/300 Mbps. WHY.
Also, did not seem to receive IPTV IP. Oh well.
Could not figure it out further, restored to previous config with SingTel router. Bloody VLANS.
set system offload ipv4 pppoe enable
set system offload ipv4 vlan enable
Hope that’s it.
– open/ipsec vpn
– IPTV bridge