Bharath Fiber-100Mbps - Not getting the right speed yet

shankartalala

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Hello Friends,

I have a Bharath Fiber connection of 100Mbps with old BSNL ONT Modem (Model = AONT-100C) coupled with a TP-Link C7 Archer router.
The connection is on a bridge mode where the connection credentials for PPPoE has been configured in TPLink router.

Problem is that I always get a ping latency of above 18ms and speed is not upto the mark of 100Mbps commitment. Internet performance always lags.
Is there anything that is incompatible? Is the old AONT 100C device compatible for serving 100Mbps speed?

BSNL seems not in a position is to help seems and for the past 3 days its more pathetic. WFH has become horrible task and no other service providers are ready to serve in our locality due to LCO boundaries.

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Appreciate your suggestions please. Thank you so much

Hari
 

shankartalala

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Please can you guide on how do I check the signal on ONT?
The ONT is showing the LEDs fine with Fiber LED green and everything seems fine. Do I need bsnl tech to check the power on fiber?
 


shankartalala

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This ONT device seems very plain. It does not have any such options.
 


shankartalala

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Hi @vignesh_venkatesan, Sorry that there is no bridge option. ONT device is a passive device as connection is established in TP-Link router for PPPoE detection and connection to internet. Seems a device mac based bypassing the ont
 

vignesh_venkatesan

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If TP-Link is doing the authentication then plug your pc lan straight to the ont.
In the network sharing center assign ip as 192.168.1.10
Default gateway is 192.168.1.251 and subnet is 255.255.255.0.
 
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