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Sunday, April 12th, 2020 12:01 AM

Bridge Mode on a Uverse Motorola Router/Modem

I have been unsuccessful at turning my gateway into a bridge after following the instructions at this link: https://www.att.com/esupport/article.html?source=ESSZ0SSPR00T1EsEM&wtExtndSource=20190103143053_AT%26T+Internet+Equipment_Wireline_LITHIUM_2062912596#!/smb-internet/KM1188700?gsi=YjaaWyWa

I recently installed a Eero wifi mesh and once completed, I had two wifi networks available. I was instructed to turn my gateway into a bridge in order to use both in the most effective way. However, after going through the steps, my original wifi network will not turn off and I'm having IP conflicts. Can someone please help?

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ATTHelp

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3 years ago

Hey, @Eckroat28. Let's see if we can help you get your gateway bridged.

 

When you say your attempt to bridge the gateway was unsuccessful, how so? Is it enabled but still having IP conflicts? If you just need to disable the Wi-Fi you should be able to do that by going into the Wi-Fi radio options in the gateway settings. You may need to select advanced options and from there you should see the option to disable your gateway's Wi-Fi networks.

 

Let us know if this helps!

 

Ramses, AT&T Community Specialist 

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Correct, IP passthrough was enabled and saved but I was still seeing two WiFi networks. Your suggestion to disable WiFi worked. I never checked that option but now I only see my new network. Thanks!

ATTHelp

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@Eckroat28.

 

No problem, glad to hear it worked for you! Let us know if you have anymore questions or concerns in the future, thanks for choosing AT&T!

 

Ramses, AT&T Community Specialist

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