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Google Fiber: Replacing GFNB

Discussion in 'Tech Support' started by Snarf, Apr 6, 2019.

  1. Snarf

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    I've so far read and followed a dozen posts regarding replacing Google Fiber's Network Box and running the ethernet from the fiber jack directly to a switch, mine specifically being a GS108Tv2. You assign traffic to VLAN 2, prioritize with some QoS settings, and voila! WAN IP connects smooth and simple.

    Of course, when I do this I cannot get any link connectivity, outside of the gigabit ethernet link lights on the port. Has anyone else on here done something similar with GF's Network Box and can give me some advice?

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    The topography is supposed to be fiber jack > GS108t switch > R7000 router, but I can't get the fiber jack > switch part working.

    Thanks for any help!
     
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