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C.4 - Click the Apply button and wait for the router to update. By using the IPTV profile configuration, you most likely have a non-working LAN port 3 and port 4 on your router.C.5 - Navigate to WAN Set the Connect to DNS Server automatically to No. The VLAN values cannot be set to VID 1 on the IPTV setting page. This is fine when the IPTV is used on port 3 and 4.You can also plug the TV receivers directly into the LAN ports of the Bell Hub using a wired connection, hence removing the wireless access point completely.This only applies to the Wireless TV receivers, the PVR should stay connected via the coaxial cable!- Should you have extra TV receivers, leave the wireless access point plugged into LAN 1 of your Bell Hub.Nothing else should be plugged in the LAN ports of the Bell Hub!The Bell Connection/Home Hub continues to provide TV services as usual.
Upon getting back online, you should now be able to use LAN port 3 and 4 as normal.
While the instructions below are for ASUS routers, you can pretty much use any router that let you specify custom VLANs (Tomato and DD-WRT firmwares both provides this feature).
Note that this guide only applies if you have FTTH (Fiber-To-The-Home). A.3 - If not already done, disable all wireless networks under the Wireless tab.
Fill in DNS Server 1 and 2 using the following addresses:220.127.116.11.8.4.4C.8 - Under Account Setting, set the username and password provided by Bell for your Internet connection. However, in our case, we simply want to define a different VLAN for the WAN port while keeping the standard LAN functionality on all LAN ports.
Username should have the following format: b1xxxx##C.9 - Leave other fields as default and click Apply. In order to fix this, you need to enable SSH access under the Administration System. (You can use an SSL client such as Xshell or Putty) Use your router IP (192.168.1.1 by default) and use your router administration login.
C.3 - Set the following options: VLAN 35 is for Bell Internet services, while VLAN 36 is used by the Bell Home Hub for TV services.