[AusNOG] Draytek 130 blank username/passwords
bryn at wintonit.biz
Tue Jun 22 14:27:07 EST 2021
Interestingly I’d had a similar issue with 2830 & 130 units doing that with dhcp- despite being in bridge mode they still pickup the dhcp lease from the carrier and prevent the router getting it.
Not all the time but annoyingly often.
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> On 22 Jun 2021, at 2:10 pm, Dmitry Konchanin <dmitry.konchanin at dtsanz.com> wrote:
> It was ages ago, but I think I saw from time to time a combination of checkboxes on Draytek 120/130 itself that makes it do "own" pppoe attempt in parallel with PPPoE passthrough.
> Try to change from pppoe to static for wan AND pppoe passthrough enabled?
> On 22/06/2021 3:33 pm, Benjamin Ricardo wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Looking for some shared experience here.
>> We’ve had a complaint from our NBN wholesaler that our Draytek’s, which are configured in PPPoE passthrough, are sending blank authentications to their Radius server at a rate which is impacting their services.
>> Our standard deployment since about 2010 has been to deploy an xDSL type modem in PPPoE passthrough and then use a router to send the authentication. Interestingly we’ve never had this complaint before…
>> Our work around was that our wholesaler requires the credentials to be sent on a vlan so instead of using the Draytek to handle the vlan-ing we changed the router to insert the vlan (so the Draytek can be as noisy as it likes and it doesn’t affect them)
>> I’m wondering if others have also had this experience with these devices… and what you did about it?
>> Also, surely if the stupid Draytek is in pppoe passthrough it should know not to try to authenticate itself???
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