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Old 24-07-2017, 04:41 PM   #16
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Same configuration. ONR->old DLINK Router->Switch->Servers
ONR is 192.168.2.254
old DLINK Router is 192.168.2.1
There is a Server at 192.168.2.80 that I had port forwarding and DynDNS done when I was doing ADSL. Nothing at DMZ.

The above works well in ADSL2+ through an old Aztech Modem
However, with the new SingTel Fibre ONR - it doesnt work anymore. DynDNS client pickups a 116.14.153.xxx address which will redirect to the ONR login page - probably doesnt even hit my router and hence the forwarding rules dont work.
Just want to confirm your IP settings for your various eqpt:

ONR --> LAN IP is 192.168.2.254

DLink router --> 192.168.2.1 (is this the WAN or LAN IP?) What are the WAN and LAN IPs of this router?

server to be access externally --> IP 192.168.2.80 (is this connected to the LAN of ONR or LAN of Dlink router?
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Old 24-07-2017, 04:47 PM   #17
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TS is using dlink DI824VUP+
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Old 24-07-2017, 04:51 PM   #18
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As i am not clear on singtel onr, suggestions.

Have you do a factory reset on the DLink router, as most router do retain previous IP, if any, from previous.
This IP on both onr & router has nothing to do with other devices IP which are internal only.
Do a search on your actual DLink router for firmware updates, as more new version do include new technology features added since.
Firmware updates do required to do factory reset and the password to the setting could be the same as the label sticker on the router itself.
Maybe after firmware update there is other modes available, refer to post #6.

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Old 24-07-2017, 04:53 PM   #19
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Anyone know if the ASUS RT-AC66 can be set up as bridge mode ? Thanks !
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Old 24-07-2017, 04:56 PM   #20
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Just want to confirm your IP settings for your various eqpt:

ONR --> LAN IP is 192.168.2.254
Correct.

DLink router --> 192.168.2.1 (is this the WAN or LAN IP?)
What are the WAN and LAN IPs of this router?
Correct. LAN IP. There is no WAN IP for this Router as there is no modem function included

server to be access externally --> IP 192.168.2.80 (is this connected to the LAN of ONR or LAN of Dlink router?
Connected to the LAN of DLINK.
I would like the ONR to be separated physically from my network - like a modem. Therefore ONR(LAN) connects to my DLINK(WAN)
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Old 24-07-2017, 04:59 PM   #21
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It doesn't work that way. You have to understand that onr itself is already a router.. Either you set your dlink to ap mode or you set the dlink onto another Ip segment..

Thanks for your reply.

Right now, the ONR (LAN Port) is connected to my DLINK router WAN Port - so my DLINK router is still retaining my DHCP, FW and other functionalities. Correct ? What am I missing ?
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Old 24-07-2017, 05:00 PM   #22
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what model is your dlink ?

my dir-868l have 4 mode
I just checked the shops at SLS. That model is phased out. None of them can tell me which model now has that bridge mode (which effectively removes that NAT)

Do you know which DLINK model can do this that is available today ?
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Old 24-07-2017, 05:06 PM   #23
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Tried that option out even though I am not too comfortable with my router at the DMZ ..

However, it doesnt work. My DLINK is at a static 192.168.2.1. I already put that in the DMZ - even though I think it should be the WAN Public IP of the router ? But my router doesnt have a WAN Public IP. It is using Static now.

Suggestions ?
The dmZ ip should be IP range from the ONR.


THE router 192.168.2.1 is second network ip.

Your dlink should have two ip address.

One is the lan IP 192.168.2.1
One should be IP address issue by the ONR
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Old 24-07-2017, 05:12 PM   #24
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There are many selling this model in the IT Garage & Carousell.
However I have not played with other Dlink models and not able to advise.
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Old 24-07-2017, 05:13 PM   #25
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The dmZ ip should be IP range from the ONR.


THE router 192.168.2.1 is second network ip.

Your dlink should have two ip address.

One is the lan IP 192.168.2.1
One should be IP address issue by the ONR
Thanks. I know what you mean. However, it is connected to the ONR via a static IP route (as opposed to the Dynamic DHCP route - that one doesnt work for some reason). Hence it doesn't have an IP address issued by the ONR.
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Old 24-07-2017, 11:02 PM   #26
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I think it could due to 2 issues.

1. ONR where R = Router with valid IP.

2. Your existing Dlink router may not support your configuration on the existing ONR.

There may have another method, but not sure it could work in your case.
Do take note on all your settings.
Do a factory reset.
Before power on the router, connect via lan cable to WAN port.
Then download this Home WiFi Alert App and open, follow instruction.
From here, you will able to see the actual ip assigned to the router by the onr.
If this work, then try to see adjust the settings to see.

This is how i managed to resolved problem in going to bridge router setting.
This is due to both my main and bridge router is the same model.
Hence i can connect from data point to WAN port of the bridge route.

Sorry if this do not work in your case.
As it work for both Dlink 868 & 865 and the main router is 868.
Then the issue lies in the router.

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