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Bypass completely Experia Box V10

  • 9 januari 2019
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I have just switched to a new glasvezel subscription. This came with Experia Box V10. While this is a nice box I would like not to use it due to the following reasons:
  1. adaptor is 30W
  2. I have my own Linux PC as a router/firewall etc.
However I have the following issues.
  1. The PC cannot get an IP address via the DHCP. Experia Box V10 can. Why? I have cloned the MAC address of the Experia box but this did not make any difference.
If I connect my router behind the Experia Box I have the following issues:
  1. interactive TV only works connected to Experia Box and not behind my router.
  2. I cannot use anymore the smtp.telfortglasvezel.nl:25 to send my e-mail. I get a connection time out. What should I use instead?
Thank you in advance for your answers,
Octavian
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Beste antwoord door octavsly 9 januari 2019, 21:03

Just managed to get IPTV working.
I have used a bridged connection between a physical card, which I had spare in my PC(router) and the WAN3 1p/VLAN ID: 5/4.

Set-up for gentoo is:
code:
config_eth0_4="null"
config_briptv="null"
bridge_briptv="eth2 eth0.4"


eth0 is the interface connected to the glasvezel ethernet port
eth2 is the spare network interface which I have used to bridge the VLAN with.
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adaptor is 30W
The capacity of the adapter is not the value what is used, only the maximum what the adapter can deliver. The Experia Box V10 more or less do have a power consumption of 6 Watt
https://nl.hardware.info/product/280129/zte-kpn-experia-box-v10/testresultaten

Using an alternative router, it needs a device where it is possible to set VLAN's.
Specs to be needed for set-up:
https://www.telfort.nl/persoonlijk/service/netwerkinstellingen-met-eigen-modem.htm
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OK. agree with the 30W. That is the maximum power.

I am trying to set-it up on a Linux server. I am currently searching on google but I am struggling. I do not have experience with setting up VLAN/8021Q.
Do you happen to have a link with a VLAN setup for any linux distribution?

Thank you in advance,
Octavian

P.S. I have just found out that UDP 5060 cannot be forwarded since it is reserved by telfort VOIP 😞. Thus my motivation for setting it up...
Reputatie 8
As for VOIP, when using alternative VOIP providers,
mostly you can use other port numbers as well.
Reputatie 1
OK. Managed the Internet Part:
WAN1 1p/VLAN ID: 1/34

For gentoo here are the settings in /etc/conf.d/net:

code:
vlans_eth0="34" 
config_eth0="null"
config_eth0_34="dhcp"



code:
Then /etc/init.d/net.eth0 restart

[ ok ]
* Adding VLAN 34 to enp0s25
* Bringing up interface enp0s25.34
* dhcp ...
* Running dhcpcd ...
enp0s25.34: waiting for carrier
enp0s25.34: carrier acquired
DUID 00:01:00:01:10:4a:d3:b5:00:00:b4:9c:94:a3
enp0s25.34: IAID ff:00:00:22
enp0s25.34: adding address fe80::c7e7:dd67:eb9a:4099
enp0s25.34: soliciting an IPv6 router
enp0s25.34: soliciting a DHCP lease
enp0s25.34: offered 86.80.108.228 from 86.80.108.1
enp0s25.34: probing address 86.80.108.228/24
enp0s25.34: leased 86.80.108.228 for 600 seconds
enp0s25.34: adding route to 86.80.108.0/24
enp0s25.34: adding default route via 86.80.108.1
forked to background, child pid 23621 [ ok ]
* received address 86.80.108.228/24

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As for VOIP, when using alternative VOIP providers,
mostly you can use other port numbers as well.

Agree, but I would need to change the configuration on every phone of my family plus some friends which are not in the neighborhood and have no knowledge of IT 😞
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WAN3 1p/VLAN ID: 5/4

This is IP-TV. But what configurations shoudl I use here? DHCP does not work.
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I did mention the VLAN for IPTV, but you've already found that VLAN
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Just managed to get IPTV working.
I have used a bridged connection between a physical card, which I had spare in my PC(router) and the WAN3 1p/VLAN ID: 5/4.

Set-up for gentoo is:
code:
config_eth0_4="null"
config_briptv="null"
bridge_briptv="eth2 eth0.4"


eth0 is the interface connected to the glasvezel ethernet port
eth2 is the spare network interface which I have used to bridge the VLAN with.
Reputatie 8
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Hi octavsly, the link Babylonia gave you for the settings in the modem, which are needed to replace the Experia Box. Do I understand your replies correctly and is everything working now?
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Hi octavsly, the link Babylonia gave you for the settings in the modem, which are needed to replace the Experia Box. Do I understand your replies correctly and is everything working now?
Yes. Both Internet and IPTV works.

Basically only these were important for me.
  • WAN Protocol: MAC Encapsulated Routing
  • VLAN ID: 34 (DHCP)
  • VLAN ID: 4 (none, IPTV will set-up the IP itself, if connected directly to this virtual network via a bridge)

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