Turris Omnia - rtrom01
Turris OS 3.9.6
Kernel version 4.4.119-082ea0f4a4e204b99821bedcb349ed54-0
ISP - PPPoE with Dual-Stack Lite / VDSL2 ITU G.993.2 profile 17a
Having read earlier about the trouble with those SFP VDSL modems I was a bit sceptical when this one finally arrived. But those worries were not necessary as it works perfectly well, at least for this user.
Now with one less external DSL modem, its power cable and LAN cable back to the TO router.
Prior installation fetched all necessary data/info from the ISP.
Plugged the modem right into the TO router’s SFP port.
the modem activated the internal (down)link in the router (which disabled the WAN port automatically) - indicated by the modem’s orange LED and the readout from the system log
mvneta f1034000.ethernet eth1: Link is Up - 1Gbps/Full - flow control off
The modem also picked up the external (up)link to the ISP when the DSL cable connected - indicated by the modem’s green LED.
After deleting the WAN/WAN6 interfaces new interfaces were added through LuCI, but in short resulting in this code in /etc/config/network
config interface 'SFP' option proto 'pppoe' option ifname 'eth1' option username '....' option password '....' option ipv6 '0' config interface 'DS_Lite' option proto 'dslite' option peeraddr '....' list tunlink 'SFP'
The WAN entry in the firewall been retained and the interfaces
DS_Lite linked to it.
This took basically 10 minutes and a router reboot to get it working.
There is a warning about the modem getting hot, which holds true - thus keeping the router antennas clear of the modem.