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AVM FRITZ!Box 7590 on TalkTalk fibre

Wizz Kid



This may be a silly question...


Has anyone used AVM 7590 before, or another modem/router from this AVM?  Is this product any good with TalkTalk fibre?


Are there any settings needed to get it working on TalkTalk fibre?


Community Team - TT Staff

Hi Dodgydrains,


I've included a Help Article below 🙂


Set up a non-TalkTalk router




Super Duper Contributor

Did you go for the 7590? I've been using a 7490 with TT for years.

First Timer

AVM Fritz!Box 7530 (OS: 7.10) works very well with TalkTalk: Here are my settings:


Internet>Account Information>Internet connection
Internet service provider: TalkTalk
Connect via: Connection to a DSL line
Account Information: Is account information required? No.
Connection Settings:
VLAN Settings: Use VLAN for internet access: Yes- VLAN-ID: 101
DSL ATM Settings: VPI 0, VCI 38.
Bridged (Routed Bridge Encapsulation): Yes
Obtain the IO adress automatically (DHCP): Yes

Repeat Guest

I have a FritzBox 7530 and trying to follow the advice on a number of TT community threads on how to connect it, so far to no avail.


I am using the user name of number@tt and the password of 123456 because the 7530 will not do anything without a username and password and the above were suggested as viable.

I am using VLAN ID of 101

I am using VPI of 0 and VC! of 38

I can choose from PPPoE, PPPoA/LLC or PPPoa/VC-MUX for encapsulation but whichever I choose, and most threads suggest PPPoe is the correct one, I still don't get connected.


A definitive answer from a member of TT staff would be appreciated.

Community Star

@Bob Owen TT staff can’t help with non-TT equipment. You need auto DHCP and/or IPoE or similar. Start your own topic if you are still stuck. Did the post immediately before yours not help?

Repeat Guest


The post before mine helped but there is no Bridged Routed encapsulation option in the 7530 internet setup screen.  I will look for your suggestions later.  Thanks.