settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

Thread: settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

  1. mc.dodd's Avatar

    mc.dodd said:

    Default settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

    Hi
    Does anyone know how to use the Draytek 2710n instead of skys black SR102 hub please?
    many thanks in advance
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  2. evilsatan's Avatar

    evilsatan said:

    Default Re: settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

    Once you extract the broadband login it should be easy, have you done that already? Found this link, the methods change from each model of router but I've done some older ones:
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    mc.dodd said:

    Default Re: settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

    I've tried that pal, but I have now seen as this is fibre connection it won't work??
    the option is to piggy back my draytek to send out wireless signal..and I was hoping to utilise it's VPN function..but lost on that too..lol..
    I have username and password as generated..
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    evilsatan said:

    Default Re: settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

    Ah ok so the 2710 doesn't have a VDSL modem, do you have theVDSL login though? Two options, either buy the Draytek Vigor 130 VDSL modem which adds fibre support to the 2710 (it's fairly expensive though) or you can have the sky router connect and then pass the WAN connection to the 2710 over Ethernet (using WAN2). I'm not certain the 2710 has an Ethernet WAN2 but I'm pretty sure it does.

    As for the VPN, you would try forwarding the relevant VPN ports to the IP of the Draytek. I haven't tried this myself but should work, someone may correct me though.

     
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    mc.dodd said:

    Default Re: settings for sky fibre from Sr102 to Draytek

    'or you can have the sky router connect and then pass the WAN connection to the 2710 over Ethernet (using WAN2). I'm not certain the 2710 has an Ethernet WAN2 but I'm pretty sure it does.'

    this is what I want to do
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