The National Broadband Network (NBN) is currently being rolled out in Australia and DrayTek has a range of business grade broadband routers that are well suited for use with the NBN. This video describes the process of configuring the DrayTek Vigor2925 broadband router to connect to DoDo, which is one of the service providers offering NBN connections. Each service provider has different requirements so the settings described here will not apply to all service providers.

This guide will show you how to configure a DrayTek Vigor2925 router to DoDo NBN connection.

Step 1 – Connect to the router Admin page

Using your internet browser go to 192.168.1.1.

User name: admin

Password: admin

Step 2 – Configure WAN>> General Setup

  1. Go to WAN>> General Setup configuration menu and select WAN1.

Note:  DoDo NBN requires data packets to be tagged with a VLAN ID of 100, so you will need to enter this into the WAN settings. Otherwise you will not be able to access the Internet.

  1. Select Yes for Enable option.
  2. Select Enable for VLAN Tag insertion.
  3. Enter the value 100 for Tag value.
  4. Click OK to save the settings.

The router will now restart.

 

Step 3 – Configure WAN>>Internet Access

Login into the router once the router has restarted.

  1. Go to WAN>>Internet Access configuration menu.
  2. For WAN 1 select PPPoE for Access mode.
  3. Click Details Page tab.

  1. Enter the Username and Password supplied by DoDo.
  2. Click OK to save the settings.

The router will now restart.

 

Step 4 – Check the router is connected to DoDo NBN

Login into the router once the router has restarted.

  1. Go to Online Status>>Physical Connection menu.
  2. Check that WAN 1 status indicates that the router is now connected.

You should have green text for status details and IP addresses should be displayed similar to the screen shot below. You can now access the Internet through the Vigor2925 router.