Leo is this output you've posted tested on the Xiaomi w/OpenWrt?
This will bridge ports eth0 and eth1 on the wan side.
cp /etc/config/network /root/ uci del network.@device.ports uci add_list network.@device.ports='eth2' uci add_list network.@device.ports='eth3' uci del network.wan.device uci add network device uci set network.@device[-1].name='br-wan' uci set network.@device[-1].type='bridge' uci add_list network.@device[-1].ports='eth0' uci add_list network.@device[-1].ports='eth1' uci set network.wan.device='br-wan' uci commit network /etc/init.d/network restart
If you want to restore the configuration:
cp /root/network /etc/config/ /etc/init.d/network restart
Thank you. But it didn't help. The "internet" light on the gateway is off. IP 0.0.0.0
I don't know, maybe DHCP should be done on eth1?
Of course, no. It is TPLink.
Move the cable from your ISP to eth1 to check if the wan bridge works.
Also post the the result of
bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces br-wan 7fff.8cdef9037ba8 no eth0 eth1 br-lan 7fff.b09575ba9cdf no wlan0 eth3 wlan1 eth2
The only explanation left is that ATA uses VLAN tagged frames. Download the tp-link configuration guide and check all the router's menus or call your provider and ask what the voice VLAN number used is.
I'm sorry. The phone worked, just not right away. Thank you very much!
One more question please.
If I have WIFI 2.4Hz and 5Hz with the same name, which network will the device connect to? How to make the 5Hz network have an advantage?
Have a peek here at what @clifcox demonstrates.
Adjust the power setting of each, strengthen the desired to be dominate.
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