Router Bridging With Draytek Vigor 130

- A Simple Guide To Establishing A Connection

[Draytek Vigor 2830n // Draytek Vigor 130 for VDSL to ADSL client] The guides on how to use a router bridge, namely a Draytek Vigor 130, to connect an ADSL client to VDSL are not very clear or, more accurately in most cases, downright misleading. This is a simple guide on how to connect an ADSL router to a brige device for VDSL internet.

Hardware Configuration: Device Configuration:
- Draytek Vigor 130 - Draytek Vigor 2830n That's it: if all has gone as it should then you should have now have a PPoE connection from the router to the bridge, and internet access from an ADSL client via a VDSL bridge device.

Notes:

The Draytek Vigor 130 bridge supports both IPv4 and IPv6, but the service speed may be affected by networking speed limitations on the router side in the case of high-speed fibre internet services. It should also be noted that using a bridge will make the connection slightly laggy and not as smooth or consistent as it would be using a VDSL router and no bridge.

Most browsers, especially Firefox, do not work well with this device and will frequently time-out or fail to connect, so it can be helpful to: Note to the pedantic: this method of bridging is actually called PPoE-Passthrough and is not true bridging which, as I understand it, would require the use of the MPoA alternative method.

*ADSL service will not run over VDSL and vice-versa, ie: it is not possible to have ADSL or VDSL fallback on the same service line outside of service provider reversions.



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