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PACE 5268AC to Bridge mode with Nortonb CORE now attached

I just attached a Norton CORE to the ATT PACE 5268AC.  The CORE software suggests I place the PACE in Bridge mode so it is not also routing traffic.  I have tried to find out how on various ATT sites and cannot .  How do I do this?

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‎01-13-2018 8:36 AM

Re: PACE 5268AC to Bridge mode with Nortonb CORE now attached

There is no bridge mode for the pace router, The closes thing to it is DMZ+ mode. 

This may help 

https://forums.att.com/t5/AT-T-Fiber-Equipment/DMZ-mode-on-Pace-5268AC-to-my-asus-ac3100/td-p/505306...

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Re: PACE 5268AC to Bridge mode with Nortonb CORE now attached

Hi @Dewrayh,


There is no real way to put the 5268AC in Bridge mode, but you can put it in DMZ, which will work the same. You can find out how to do it here. Let me know if you have any other questions.


David, AT&T Community Specialist


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Re: PACE 5268AC to Bridge mode with Nortonb CORE now attached

1.) There is no bridge mode, and that is by PACE and/or AT&T's design.

 

2.) It was mentioned earlier to put the Pace in DMZ (or DMZplus).  What was NOT mentioned is there's a major bug that will limit anything in DMZ to ~50Mbps download speed if your subscribed to anything higher than that. 

 

3.) There's a proposed workaround on this forum by an AT&T employee, but you'll have a whole bunch of NAT issues.  Simple apps, such as Spotify, refuse to work with this workaround giving you errors that you're not online.

 

The PACE hardware itself is great, but the firmware written for it is rubbish.  A remedy update has not been released and we're going on 2 months now.  Do yourself a favor and swap the PACE for an NVG- or something.

 

Hope this helps.

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