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Bipac 7800N new setting with firmware 1.06b

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Bipac 7800N new setting with firmware 1.06b

I've just found a setting which has appeared with firmware 1.06b for those of you with this excellent router (Strat etc)....  I expect you have all found it already!
It enables Broadcom's PhyR function on the chipset which is supposed to increase noise resilience tenfold when enabled. To do this go to the ‘Advanced’ menu, then ‘Configuration’. Then select ‘WAN’ and ‘ADSL Mode’. You need to tick the two boxes for ‘PhyR’ – for both upstream and downstream. Then press ‘Apply’.
No reboot required.
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Re: Bipac 7800N new setting with firmware 1.06b

You might like to read this thread http://community.plus.net/forum/index.php/topic,91740 as it may not give any benefits. Sad

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Re: Bipac 7800N new setting with firmware 1.06b

Hmmm..  seems to have added about 400kbps to the download speed.
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Re: Bipac 7800N new setting with firmware 1.06b

They have added another feature One to One NAT but I can't honestly say what use it could be put to Undecided
It's in the Virtual Server sub-list.

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Re: Bipac 7800N new setting with firmware 1.06b

It's used to make users IP addresses configured on a subnet appear to me on the main net, so that they can be treated as IP users in their own right, but still retain the protection of a firewall. Mainly for businesses and the like.