I am trying to install a RV016 behind a layer 2 managed switch provided by ISP. The ISP is using PPPoE to allow access. I am able to see that I am connected to ISP's device and I receive a real world IP address on WAN1 of RV016. I am not able to resolve any web addresses either through router diag screen or from connected pc.
DNS entry in DHCP panel is sett to 0.0.0.0 and after connecting to pppoe the summary shows 220.127.116.11
Router was configured and then reset back to factory after initial trouble. Still same results
Not getting all that much attention but I have a hard time believing that I am the only one that ever faced this issue. At this point it seems that the simple act of asking the device to functin as a router and not a gateway is the culprit. I was able to reproduce similar results on a static IP connection in a different network, I will test this theory this evening with the PPPoE connection
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