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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2004 12:41 am    Post subject: motorola cable modem (SB5100) -> vt1000 -> linux nat Reply with quote Back to top

I've been trying to get this to work all day. It simply isn't.
1. disable NAT on vt1000, reboot, wait 10
2. cold stop SB5100
3. cold stop vt1000
4. halt linux
5. cold start SB5100, wait 2
6. cold start vt1000, wait 10
7. boot linux
=> IP address secured, vt1000 operating as pass-through
8. cold halt SB5100
9. cold start SB5100

I get dial tone, but then silence after the call stack commences.
Repeat sequence, then I get nada, not even a dialtone.

10. Curse in German at it
11. cold halt SB5100
12. cold halt vt1000
13. reconnect cat5 to just hook up SB5100 and vt1000
14. cold start SB5100
15. cold start vt1000, wait forever

Sometimes I get dialtone back, sometimes not.

Any ideas?!?

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2004 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

jaeger:
I tried the same thing with similar results. There was a long thread about this about a month ago. Most people can't get passthrough mode to work. The reasons aren't clear. It would help if we could systematically compare the hardware and software setups for those who could and could not get passthrough working, but I suspect there are a lot of variables involved.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 1:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Yes, the vt1000 box is total garbage.
I've been watching tftp transfers of boot code go back and forth.
I've dissembled enough to know that at least some of the onboard firmware is in VxWorks.
The box receives what seems to be daily patches.
I'd like to take my stick to some of the engineers at Motorola. Normally their gear is top notch. This box is obviously still under development.

Evil or Very Mad

grr

I did get linux to work with it, however it is flaky at best. i've rebooted twice today already. with a boot cycle of about 7 minutes, you can imagine why i call that box garbage.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Jaeger:

The vt1000 certainly has its problems, but I've learned a bit more recently about what might be the trouble with running the vt1000 in no-nat mode, and not all the issues are due to vt1000 flakiness. If you turn off NAT on the vt1000 but continue to have the vt1000 receive its own ip address through dhcp, then you will run into problems if your broadband provider's dhcp server won't allocate at least TWO ip address to your account. Why are two ip addresses necessary? Because your vt1000 and your linux box both need a unique ip address. Since you've turned off NAT on the vt1000, the only way for the linux box to get an ip address is to request it dynamically from your provider's dhcp server.

If you can't receive more than one ip address from your provider's dhcp server, then the setup you and I tried (cable modem -> vt1000 in no NAT mode -> linux box) will cause the vt1000 and the linux box to lose internet connectivity.

If your broadband provider only gives you one dynamic ip address to work with, then you only have a couple choices:

1) If you keep the vt1000 in front of the linux box, then you have to run the vt1000 in NAT mode.

2) You can add another NIC to your linux box and run the vt1000 off the linux box.

Since you already have NAT on the linux box, #2 above shouldn't be too hard to get going. If you do this, you have to forward the proper ports from the linux box to the vt1000. As an added bonus, it should be relatively easy to get the Wondershaper script running on the linux box and this would allow you to get QOS for improved Voip responsiveness.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 10:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

How do I rest the VT1000 to its factory settings ? I turned off the NAT option on the VT1000 advanced configurtion page, and now I can't access the internet . Current configuration - cable modem --> VT1000 --> netgear router --> Laptop.

All this started while trying to fix an issue. I am unable to connection to Hotmail, some secure web-sites and msn like sites. After frustated trobleshooting lasting over 2 days, I discovered that if I had the VT1000 in the connection link, the problem happens. If I take it out of the connection link, I am able to access all sites including hotmail, secure sites etc. Somewhere I read that this is because both my router and the VT1000 are doing the NAT translation. So I turned off NAT on VT1000. Now, the VT1000 doesn't allow any internet traffic.

Any help will be appreciated ! Thanks.,

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