This guide will show you how to configure the Vigor130 router to connect to Telstra VDSL2 connection.

Note: This guide is written for Telstra connection but may also be used for  other NBN providers except for VLAN tags. Some ISP uses VLAN Tag 2 or 10  or 100.

Step 1: Ensure that the router has the required firmware

The Vigor130 router will need to run VDSL2 Vectoring firmware for VDSL2 connections in Australia. The firmware can be downloaded from the link below:

DrayTek Vigor130 – download link    or the latest version at installation time.

Once the firmware is installed you should see the firmware version displayed as in the dashboard.

Step 2: Configure WAN Interface

Go to Internet access>>General Setup configuration menu

Select VDSL2 only for DSL Mode  ( or leave to AUTO )

Leave other settings at default values.

The router will now restart if you have changed it from the default value (Auto)

Step 3: Configure WAN Internet Access

After the router has restarted log into the router again.

3.1 Go to Internet Access >> PPPoE / PPPoA configuration menu and disable PPoE/PPPoA mode.


3.2 Go to Internet Access >> MPoA / Static or dynamic IP configuration menu.

Select Enable and Obtain an IP address automatically options.

Select DHCP Client Identifier and enter your Telstra username and password. ( DO not worry if Telstra did not give you

a username and password – Just leave it blank)

Click OK to save the settings.

Step 4: Check Internet connectivity

After the router has restarted log into the router again check your Internet connection.

Go to Online Status>>Physical Connection menu

You should see WAN status in green with a valid IP address.


Step 5: Change VLAN TAG  if necessary . Check with your ISP , it is also called Vlan ID or try Vlan ID 2 – 10 -100 or 101 . Reboot each time after a change.