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  • 1.  Issue with my config? - VDSL PPoE config

    Posted 05-02-2023 11:59

    Hey All,
    ive spent a few hours trying to figure out why i cant get this SRX320 to communicate with the outside world. 
    manual cli config attached;

    srv community is the cli commands ive used and last changed is the current config its spat out;

    cheers
    brodie;

    all i am chasing is static ips for ge/0-7 and vdsl2 to work on int. pt.





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  • 2.  RE: Issue with my config? - VDSL PPoE config

     
    Posted 05-15-2023 10:57

    Do you still require help with this?

    In the first instance you're missing the pp0  element for VDSL connectivity and you're using DHCP on ge-0/0/7, so you need to address these for starters.




  • 3.  RE: Issue with my config? - VDSL PPoE config

    Posted 05-16-2023 05:55

    Hey @EMTSU 
    yeah still need help but slightly with a different issue. 

    vdsl is moving, but seems a dns issue now;

    added mtu value to interface pt to try trouble shoot, that didnt change anything, seems to be more of an dns type of issue, even tho i have the srx's dns set as 8.8.8.8 & 8.8.4.4 no pages load, tracert and ping all fine from client and srx end;
    when i turn a tunnelling service like cloudflares WARP – https://1.1.1.1/">https://1.1.1.1/">https://1.1.1.1/ – that clients internet works no issues, as soon as turn it off no movement;

    latest config below
    https://drive.google.co">https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gGCzFG0EVzPPckjCKyBc-1NaVs6u7A9c/view?usp=sharing">https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gGCzFG0EVzPPckjCKyBc-1NaVs6u7A9c/view?usp=sharing

    cheers
    brodie



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  • 4.  RE: Issue with my config? - VDSL PPoE config

     
    Posted 05-30-2023 05:50

    Hi Brodie,

    You may have solved this, fingers crossed. Apologies for the delay in getting back to you. 

    I have had a look at your config and can't immediately see any reason for your DNS difficulties.

    1. Try changing your VDSL MTU to 1492.
    2. Try changing the tcp-mss to a lower value e.g. 1420.
    3. I presume your clients are using static DNS in their config?
    4. If none of the above help, you could try configuring dns-proxy.