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Standard User sparkymarcopolo
(newbie) Thu 13-Oct-11 08:56:00
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Cisco Linksys X2000


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Just wondered if anyone has managed to configure one of these units and get is working with O2 Broadband.

I've set it to:

Auto, ADSL,
RFC 2684 Bridged
VPI: 0
VCI: 101
ADSL Mode: Auto
MTU: 1500
Multimode
Hostname: O2 Home Broadband

I get an up/downstream but no IP values are assigned.

I have a Netgear DGN2000 working fine and also Wireless O2 box so any further help would be welcome.

Thanks
Standard User ionic
(experienced) Thu 13-Oct-11 09:06:13
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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is 0/101 still correct?
I beleive that other Be wholesale lines are provisioned PPPoA VPI/VCI 0/38 (ie the same as BTW) now by default.
Standard User sparkymarcopolo
(newbie) Thu 13-Oct-11 10:03:31
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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As far as I'm aware it is and what O2 suggested, selecting PPPoA requires a username/password which O2 does not use.

You can see the settings available here http://ui.linksys.com/files/X2000/1.0.00/


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Standard User ionic
(experienced) Thu 13-Oct-11 11:47:51
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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Ah OK - not familiar with the specifics for O2
Standard User Trevvie
(newbie) Thu 13-Oct-11 20:02:10
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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Just wondering if you had any luck looks like i am having the same issues on BE i use a Static IP and ANNEX M although i get up/downstream i cannot get on the internet

used belkin and netgear in the past without an issue
Standard User sparkymarcopolo
(newbie) Fri 14-Oct-11 08:09:38
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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In reply to a post by Trevvie:
Just wondering if you had any luck looks like i am having the same issues on BE i use a Static IP and ANNEX M although i get up/downstream i cannot get on the internet

used belkin and netgear in the past without an issue


Didn't get a chance to last night but will be trying again this evening. The previous night Linksys called me and they couldn't get it working either. If I can't get it going tonight it looks like it will be going back for refund. I recall reading a thread somewhere about chipsets that O2 supported but can't recall how old the post was.
Standard User sparkymarcopolo
(newbie) Fri 14-Oct-11 18:31:16
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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I'm not sure if this is correct or not but all Linksys products only support Annex M (from what Linksys support have advised), O2 is Annex A but I've seen WAG320N's working with O2 so I'm baffled.
Standard User Trevvie
(newbie) Sun 16-Oct-11 18:27:23
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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i am using Annex M and it does not work on that either unfortunately I have not had any time to look at this any further over the weekend
Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Sun 16-Oct-11 20:09:33
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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I'm not sure if this is correct or not but all Linksys products only support Annex M

This cannot be true, I have seen plenty of them working on annex A lines.

Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 16-Oct-11 21:13:32
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Re: Cisco Linksys X2000


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Suspect they've got things the wrong way around, Annex M is rare so only supporting that and not the standard mode would be commercial suicide

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
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