I need this unit to be in bridge mode, but it does not appear that it can be log onto and edited? If editing is possible how do I put into bridge mode. I am beging to learn why all the negative press on ATT support. I was told no problem when I signed up and now they want me to pay 15 a month to get support to make their equipment work.
4. Select a "computer" - actually select the name of your external router or enter its IP address
5. Select bullet at bottom for "Allow all applications (DMZ plus mode)"
DMZ plus is good for only one device. You can still connect other devices (i.e. a laptop wirelessly or directly by cable), but I use DMZ and choose to connect all my devices via my external router so that I can manage access via advanced features.
I did this while the ATT tech was still instaling Uverse. He had not heard of this, and had been "tought" to tell customers never to place a roter behind the i38hg. But he didn't know why. This works well. No worries. Your external router is assigned a IP address (not sure if class A or B) straight off the ATT network, which is different from the normal i38hg (class C) 192.xx.xx.xx type address output .