WAN Interface Status: no carrier for Adtran T1 router
Running a dual WAN config, I have our T1 line (via an Adtran Total Access 612) on WAN (vr0), and a DSL line as OPT1 (vr1).
The DSL line is DHCP and is doing great, I have all LAN IP's being forwarded through it and it's working fine.
I can't get the WAN to do anything other than "no carrier". I've tried setting the media, as shown below- if I leave it auto (ifconfig vr0 media autoselect), I would get Media: None.
Our ISP has set the Adtran's gateway IP as 192.168.16.1 (as shown below I have set this). Connecting a Windows PC straight to the router, static config'd 192.168.16.x (I tried 22), Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0, and gateway 192.168.16.1 works fine, and I can see the outside world.
WAN interface (vr0)
Status no carrier
MAC address 00:1c:f0:d5:5f:a8
IP address 192.168.16.22
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
Media 100baseTX <full-duplex>In my ISP's "Router IP Information" provided I have:
ISP WAN IP: 10.4.39.237 | Subnet: 255.255.255.252
Customer WAN IP: 10.4.39.238 | Subnet: 255.255.255.252
Customer LAN IP: 192.168.16.1 | Subnet: 255.255.255.248
I tried two different cables, and even one that (should) have been a crossover.
Tomorrow I'll try calling the ISP and having them set the router to DHCP, probably something simple like 192.168.1.1/24 as well, and see what happens.
I probably should mention my internal LAN IP's are 192.168.16.31-200, the pfsense gateway IP is 192.168.16.254. This (16.x) is because I have two CC processing machines who are required to keep their internal IP's the same as when first config'd (both 192.168.16.x). Though I don't think this should cause any issues with the WAN finding a gateway @ 16.1…
Any ideas? ???</full-duplex>
GruensFroeschli last edited by
No carrier means as much as: "no cable is plugged in".
Did you connect it via a crossovercable?
have you tried a switch in between?
I did put it on our switch and tried that way … no dice. I'll check to make sure what I thought was a crossover, really was. I've always swapped the OPT1/WAN assignments (and physically), and it worked exactly in reverse- DSL was fine on the card that can't see the router, T1 no carrier.