I did it !
Everything smooth, looks working, I am happy
vdsl.bin is in /lib/firmware/ folder. I did reboot but I can't find anything related to vdsl. Sould I do something?
I am not skilled at all on WAN networking, I'll need help again.
Some info on my working config on vodafone modem:
ATM_TR069_VOIP_INTERNET_R_8_35 IP_Routed (PPP) Disconnected Enable
PTM_TR069_INTERNET_R_VID_10 IP_Routed (PPP) Connected IPv4
WAN connection: Enable
Service list: INTERNET TR069 VOIP
Connection type: IP_Routed (PPP)
Connection type: IPV4
Authentication mode: Auto
Connection trigger: AlwaysOn
User name: (I can read it, grey out)
Password: (I CAN'T read it, but maybe guess it, grey out)
Tunel Type: None
Where to copy this setup on the Openwrt?
All you have to do is to copy vdsl.bin file to /lib/firmware/ - in your router
I use for that WinSCP (under Windows) - for Linux you must use some other SCP program
Settings for VDSL connection:
You must modify 3 sections: <config atm-bridge 'atm'>, <config interface 'wan'>, <config vdsl 'dsl'> - in: /etc/config/network
#config atm-bridge 'atm' - this section can be deleted
#option vpi '1'
#option vci '32'
#option encaps 'llc'
#option payload 'bridged'
config interface 'wan'
option ifname 'ptm0.35'
option proto 'pppoe'
option username 'login'
option password 'password'
option ipv6 '0'
config vdsl 'dsl'
option firmware '/lib/firmware/vdsl.bin'
option tone 'av'
option xfer_mode 'ptm'
It is also possible that You must change 35 (VLAN ID) to the proper value - in line: option ifname 'ptm0.xx'
But You must check first VLAN ID of Your ISP.
OK to do that but what do I need to use: ssh, serial or web interface?
Edit: Did it with ssh, now I have to test on WAN line
(Last edited by Toutatis on 29 Aug 2016, 11:27)