BGW320-500 Bridge Mode and/or IP Passthrough Question
I have 1Gbps home fiber from AT&T. I've had it for 2 years, works great.
Yesterday, a tech visited to upgrade my equipment to a brand new BGW320-500. I also ordered a static IP address.
What I want to do is have this device be as "dumb" as possible. I have a Ubiquiti Dream Machine Pro, and I want to configure this device with the static IP address I have, and, have it handle all routing/security/etc. i.e. I want the AT&T device to do nothing (no wifi, no firewalls, nothing), and, I also do not want the AT&T device to give out its own IP addresses (I want my Ubiquiti Dream Machine pro) to handle everything (as if it was directly connected to the internet itself).
I've been told what I want/need is to configure the AT&T device to be in "Bridge Mode". However, I cannot find this setting in the config menus. I do find "IP Passthrough" which people have told me is essentially the same thing. Is that accurate? Is "IP Passthrough" what I want?
If IP Passthrough is what I want, then how do I configure the AT&T device, with a static IP address? Or no IP address?
Any help & guidance would be appreciated. I've searched the forums and cannot make clear sense on what I've found there.