This application note describes how to configure the DrayTek Vigor130 router for a VDSL2 connection on the NBN network.
A. Get the firmware
Download and update the firmware in your router to the latest version from DrayTek Australia website. Download the firmware supporting VDSL Vectoring as this is required for VDSL connections on the NBN network, the file to download is:
Modem 8: VDSL2 579f17 & ADSL 573f01 (G. Vectoring) 1st Choice
Modem 4: VDSL2 576d17 & ADSL 572801 (G. Vectoring) 2nd choice and try the other G Vectoring versions .Keep the best performing one.
B. Configure VLAN ID (only if required by your ISP)
Go to Internet Access >> General Setup page and configure the VLAN Tag insertion.
- Set VLAN Tag insertion (VDSL2) to Enable
- Enter the VLAN Tag ID into Tag value section to match your ISP’s requirements.
- Click OK to save
Some known VLAN ID in different ISPs
C. Configure WAN Internet Access Mode
There are two common modes for connecting to the internet: PPPoE / PPPoA and IPoE (Static or Dynamic IP). Follow the instructions for the required mode provided by your ISP.
PPPoE / PPPoA (Follow this procedure if access mode is PPPoE)
DHCP / IPoE (Follow this procedure if access mode is DHCP / IPoE)
D. Observe VDSL2 Connection
Once the router is connected to the VDSL line, check the physical link status and WAN IP address assignment in the Online Status >> Physical Connection page.
- VDSL2 Information (Profile, State, UL/DL Speed, UL/DL SNR). The VDSL2 connection state should be SHOWTIME.
- On the same page, WAN Status should have IP and GW IP assigned by the ISP.