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Cisco SLM2008T SG200-08 smart switch settings for Singnet Fibre Internet and Mio TV

March 7th, 2012 by congyuan

It has been mentioned in many forum posts that Singnet uses the following VLAN for their services:

VLAN 10: Internet
VLAN 20: Mio TV/IPTV
VLAN 30: Mio Voice
VLAN 40: Management

The main purpose of using a managed switch with VLAN capability is to remove the 2Wire modem from the setup so a more powerful router can be used. In my case, I have a Zywall USG50 dual Wan router for my home internet. It has WAN VLAN function and I have been able to set it up VLAN 10 on the WAN port to surf internet, but not for the Mio TV.

Mio TV requires 802.1p set at 4 for VLAN 20.

This instruction covers the Internet and Moi TV, as I don’t subscribe the digital voice and still use the analogue line.

Port 1: ONT
Port 2: Mio TV STB
Port 3: Your own router

1. VLAN Management -> Create VLAN

VLAN ID VLAN Name Type
1 Default Default
10 internet Static
20 miotv Static
Create vlan
2. Port to VLAN
VLAN 10: 1(Tagged), 3(Untagged)
VLAN 20: 1(Tagged), 2(Untagged)
Port Vlan

3. Interface Settings
Entry No. Interface Mode PVID Frame Type Priority
1 g1 Trunk 1 Admit Tagged Only 0
2 g2 Access 20 Admit Untagged Only 4
3 g3 Access 10 Admit Untagged Only 0
Interface settings
Note: Mode can be set as Trunk instead of Access. It will not affect the internet nor miotv.

4. Quality of Service -> Qos Properties
Entry No. Interface Trust Mode
1 g1 trust all
2 g2 trust dot1p
3 g3 untrusted
Qos settings
Note: If you have other SIP devices (Gigaset A580IP, Linksys PAP2T etc) which has DSCP or 802.1p settings, please set the port g3 to untrusted, so those tags will be removed before sending out. If not, these packets with priority tags will be dropped by Singtel fibre. The other end will never receive the registration packets.

5. Save configuration

By now, you should be able to surf internet and watch miotv already.

Please post your comments if you get it to work or have problems.

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