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I have STB, internet connection with PPPoE and router D-link DIR-615 with dd-wrt. I want to STB ip will be assign from ISP directly. Or set up iptv something different.

P.S. Router is D-link DIR-615 rev. E4

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It's really hard to figure out what problem you're trying to solve. What is the end result you are trying to achieve? –  David Schwartz Apr 3 '12 at 10:03
    
I do not quite understand how to configure vlan for iptv (STB) on the dd-wrt. Forums described this problem with the dlink-320 (also on the dd-wrt). The problem was solved by creating a second wan port for STB with the command switch, but I have this command is not available. I tried various options with the nvram, but nothing has been achieved. –  Goozler Apr 3 '12 at 10:28
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What problem? We still have no idea what problem you're trying to solve. –  David Schwartz Apr 3 '12 at 10:47
    
The problem is that iptv does not work on TV. Usually a wire from the provider, the wire from the STB and the wire from the wi-fi router connected to an unmanaged switch, which broadcasts multicast packets to all ports. I wanted to do it with only one router. –  Goozler Apr 3 '12 at 10:57
    
are you running the latest version of dd-wrt? if so, what version is it? –  Jeremy W Apr 4 '12 at 3:35

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From the DD-WRT web page, go to Setup and then VLANs. Choose the port the LAN 1 port (1) and put it in the same VLAN the WAN (W) port is in. (Probably by unchecking VLAN 1 and checking VLAN 2.)

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I don't have tab VLANs. In the Setup -> Networking there are VLAN tagging, bridging, port setup, etc., but they are all bound to the interfaces (eth0, eth1, ath1, etc) I tried to do it through an SSH client commands nvram set vlan0ports = ... vlan1ports, but have not figured out where each port. The maximum I could do is give the WAN port in the off state. –  Goozler Apr 3 '12 at 11:18

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