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RV042 with 2 different ADSL (one not working)

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by noonei, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. noonei

    noonei LI Guru Member

    RV042 with 2 different ADSL (PPPoE is OK - 1483 Routed is not working)

    Hello, nice to meet you.

    I have a RV042 (firmware 1.3.7.4) with 2 ADSL Modem ADSL2MUE (firmware 4.22-EU) and 2 ADSL line:

    - Line 1: ADSL PPPoE <-- this works good
    Modem config
    Local IP Address: 192.168.1.2
    Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    Encapsulations: Bridged Mode Only
    VPI: 8
    VCI: 35
    Multiplexing: LLC
    Router config
    LAN IP: 192.168.1.1
    Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    WAN Connection: PPPoE
    User Name: *****
    Password: *****
    Keep Alive: 30''


    - Line 2: ADSL Static IP 1483 <-- this doesn't work :mad:
    Modem config
    Local IP Address: 192.168.1.3
    Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    Encapsulations: RFC 1483 Bridged
    VPI: 8
    VCI: 35
    Multiplexing: LLC
    Static IP
    IP Address: ***.***.***.*** (public IP)
    Subnet Mask: ***.***.***.*** (public IP)
    Default Gateway: ***.***.***.*** (public IP)
    Primary DNS: ***.***.***.*** (public IP)
    Router config
    LAN IP: 192.168.1.1
    Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    WAN Connection: Obtain an IP automatically


    I suppose there is something wrong in 2nd ADSL settings :frown:
    but I'm not able to understand where is the problem ...
    The 2nd ADSL works only with Encapsulations: RFC 1483 Routed IP LLC and I'm not able to set the right settings.
    I have checked all manuals:
    ADSL2MUE User manual --> Manuale dell'utente
    RV042 User manual --> Manuale dell'utente

    But there aren't information how to config Encapsulations RFC 1483 Routed
    How should be the modem and router config for RFC 1483?

    Please help me

    TIA

    noonei
     
  2. noonei

    noonei LI Guru Member

    Please, someone know how to config the Router RV042 with Modem ADSL2MUE and a line ADSL with Encapsulations RFC 1483 Routed IP LLC? :confused:

    Thanks in advance

    noonei :frown:
     
  3. starlight

    starlight Network Guru Member

    Just a question,
    didn't you have a router for your bridged connection. If so you have to put your rv in gateway mode and say that it obtains his ip via dhcp.
    rip should be activated

    peter
     
  4. noonei

    noonei LI Guru Member

    Thanks for reply starlight, but it doesn't works :(
    The ADSL connection should be Encapsulations RFC 1483 Routed and
    I have upgraded the Modem ADSL2MUE with firmware 4.22-EU (http://www.linksysinfo.org/portal/forums/showthread.php?t=45550&highlight=ADSL2MUE+1483+Routed)

    But now I'm not able to understand how should be the settings for Router and Modem :(

    My question is similar to this post:
    http://www.linksysinfo.org/portal/forums/showthread.php?t=48760&highlight=ADSL2MUE
    but in my case the connection is Encapsulations RFC 1483 Routed

    Thanks in advance

    Regards

    noonei
     
  5. Parkoon

    Parkoon LI Guru Member

    Did you check Dual-WAN option on RV042?
    If you set it as smart-back up mode (default setting), secondary WAN line not work.
    It works only when RV042 lost primary WAN connection.
     
  6. noonei

    noonei LI Guru Member

    Yes Parkoon, the Dual-WAN option is OK ... I have done the test with a single ADSL line,
    and the ADSL PPPoE works good
    and the ADSL Static IP 1483 Routed not :mad:

    My problem is the Modem and Router configuration with ADSL Encapsulations RFC 1483 Routed ...

    In the Modem ADSL2MUE (firmware 4.22-EU) I could set one of this settings
    Setup --> Basic Setup --> ADSL Settings:
    Encapsulations: RFC 1483 Routed, RFC 1483 Bridged, RFC 2516 PPPoE, RFC 2364 PPPoA, and Bridged Mode Only
    Dynamic IP: Obtain IP Address Automatically (DHCP) or Static IP: Set Static IP Manually

    In the RV042 (firmware 1.3.7.4) I could set one of this settings
    Setup --> Network --> WAN Connection Type:
    Obtain an IP Automatically
    Static IP
    PPPoE
    PPTP

    I have done different test, but not able to make working the ADSL Static IP 1483 Routed
    No problem with the ADSL PPPoE: Modem in Bridged Mode Only and Router in PPPoE and all works very good.

    Any suggestion about this particular settings for ADSL Static IP 1483 Routed :confused:

    Thanks in advance

    noonei
     
  7. noonei

    noonei LI Guru Member

    no way to get RV042 --> ADSL2MUE --> ADSL Static IP 1483 Routed working :(
     
  8. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Set it to "bridged mode only" as you did the first one; then, just confiigure the connection for "PPPoE" and enter your isp assigned username/password. I've used this setup with my WRV54G and my WRV200 and it will work. The only "gotcha" I can think of is "if" you try this configuration, make sure that if you have the option to input "static" settings you use the "actual" (classic) subnet mask and not the "subnetted" subnet mask.

    For example:

    IP: 87.233.45.67
    Mask: 255.0.0.0 <--- classic

    IP: 87.233.45.67
    Mask: 255.255.255.0 <---subnetted

    If you just have the PPPoE option "minus" the option to input static settings, then do not worry about, everything should work fine after setting the connection to your ISP.

    Jay
     
  9. noonei

    noonei LI Guru Member

    Thanks for reply DocLarge, but it's not so easy ...
    With my 2nd ADSL I have no problem, because the ISP have an ADSL with PPPoE and I have user and pass
    In this case I have set the modem in "bridged mode only" and the router in PPPoE and is perfect :thumbup:

    But with my 1st ADSL the ISP want an Encapsulations RFC 1483 Routed and I don't have any user and pass :(
    In this case I have try different settings but without success :wall:
    For this ADSL I have only this data:
    - Public IP
    - Public Subnet Mask
    - Public IP for Default Gateway


    I hope to find a solution for this problem ...

    noonei
     

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