The Firebox T10-D is an ADSL/VDSL device. Interface 0 is an RJ11 interface that supports ADSL and VDSL.
The Firebox T10-D supports:
For ADSL (Asynchronous DSL), the service provider requires the device to support a specific Virtual Path Identifier (VPI) and Virtual Circuit Identifier (VCI). The Firebox T10-D includes built-in support for VPI and VCI values required by most ADSL providers. For a list of the supported VPI and VCI settings, and a list of the VPI and VCI values required by many service providers, see Firebox T10-D VDSL and ADSL requirements by service provider in the WatchGuard Knowledge Base.
There are no DSL settings to configure. Configure interface 0 as you would any other external interface, based on the connection requirements of your Internet service provider. For more information about external interface settings, see Configure an External Interface.
For VDSL connections, you must configure the external interface to use a specific VLAN ID.
To configure the VLAN on your Firebox T10-D:
For a list of VDSL service providers and the required VLAN IDs for each, see Firebox T10-D VDSL and ADSL requirements by service provider in the WatchGuard Knowledge Base..
For an example of how to configure a VLAN interface for VDSL, see Configure a VLAN for VDSL.
You can see the link status of the DSL interface (eth0) on the Interfaces dashboard.
The Status Report tab in Firebox System Manager shows more detailed information about DSL interface status, including the ADSL or VDSL link status and the DSL firmware version.
For more information about how to use the Fireware XTM Command Line Interface, see the Fireware XTM Command Line Interface Reference available at http://www.watchguard.com/help/documentation/xtm.asp.
For information about the status indicators on your Firebox T10-D, see the Firebox T10 Hardware Guide.
The Firebox T10-D has separate firmware component that controls the DSL interface. When you upgrade Fireware XTM OS, the latest DSL firmware is also installed. If WatchGuard releases a separate update to the DSL firmware or the DSL configuration settings, you can install the update as an XTM component package.
For information about how to install an XTM component package , see Upgrade your Device or Management Software.