Trying to setup OBi110 with MyNetFone

Started by JohnGee, February 03, 2013, 01:30:16 AM

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JohnGee

Whatever I try, it has not worked yet.

I have posted some info on a web page if you are interested or have an Obi working with MNF.

see http://4netsil.com/obi-mnf/

I hope I can get this working.

As per my web posting, maybe you can spot something I have set wrongly, or have some other pearl of wisdom.

Thanks

JohnGee

JohnGee


JohnGee

Problem solved.

Reading how others did have MNF and OBi110 working I began to look at the Telstra supplied ADSL modem. A Technicolor TG587n V3. Looking around the Aussie whirlpool forum, users suggested it was a piece of kr@p and had some 'locked-by' Telstra features.
I tried the various tips using telnet to get to those features but to no avail. Could not find a setting to disable ALG.

I bit the bullet and went and bought a Billion 7800n and once I connected to the Bigpond ADSL2 and rebooted the OBi110, everything began to work as expected.

JohnGee    ;D ;D ;D ;D

robertmanning8

Quote from: JohnGee on February 05, 2013, 11:21:08 PM
Problem solved.

Reading how others did have MNF and OBi110 working I began to look at the Telstra supplied ADSL modem. A Technicolor TG587n V3 https://essaydune.com/essays-for-sale/. Looking around the Aussie whirlpool forum, users suggested it was a piece of kr@p and had some 'locked-by' Telstra features.
I tried the various tips using telnet to get to those features but to no avail. Could not find a setting to disable ALG.

I bit the bullet and went and bought a Billion 7800n and once I connected to the Bigpond ADSL2 and rebooted the OBi110, everything began to work as expected.

JohnGee    ;D ;D ;D ;D


Speaking of ADSL... I don't understand use of this technolody today with modern trends. I mean obviously there are areas not easy to switch to anything other but what makes Tesla choose on that?