Help with turning off Bridge Mode - is impacting all my Nest WiFi devices
I have a fiber setup, and it works great on my wife's PC, which is connected to the AT&T modem with ethernet. She gets the gigabit speeds, no problem. BUT, I have been having serious issues with my Nest WiFi units, and when troubleshooting with Google support, they looked in some logs I shared, and said the following (which I need help with!):
"Based on the result of your status report, your modem is using a private IP address (192.168.1.254) as its routing capability is still enabled and it manages the internet bandwidth that your Google Wifi is using. It could be the reason why your internet isn't working.
Best to turn off its routing capability (bridge mode) to keep your devices from having a double NAT scenario or setup DMZ on the modem for your Google Wifi router — this will open all ports, allowing Cloud Services to communicate properly.
If you don't have access or you're not familiar with it, best to reach out to your ISP to change the settings on your modem/gateway."
Can someone provide guidance on how to do these suggested changes, to see if it helps? Thanks!