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Configure Netgear as Bridge mode

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I am looking for information to configure my Netgear, model: B90-755025-15 as "bridge" mode, can somebody provide me some instructions to do this.
I appreciate it so much

 

miriam

Hi Everyone

I am looking for information to configure my Netgear, model: B90-755025-15 as "bridge" mode, can somebody provide me some instructions to do this.
I appreciate it so much

 

miriam

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Hello, miriamjmdz!

 

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Hello, miriamjmdz!

 

Welcome to the forums! We can definitely help find an answer to your question. Please send us a private message by clicking here so we can get a tech support specialist to walk you through the necessary steps.

 

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I have the same issue, i.e. the wifi on the 7550 sucks and I plan to add a Netgear R7000 to correct the deficiencies of the 7550. I can get to the modem setup program, just need to know what settings to change. Unfortunately, no manual for the 7550 seems to be available.

I have the same issue, i.e. the wifi on the 7550 sucks and I plan to add a Netgear R7000 to correct the deficiencies of the 7550. I can get to the modem setup program, just need to know what settings to change. Unfortunately, no manual for the 7550 seems to be available.

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Hi, ralsup!

 

I would advise that you follow Kvassay's lead and send us a private message using the link I provided in response to that post.

 

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I would advise that you follow Kvassay's lead and send us a private message using the link I provided in response to that post.

 

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I need to know how to setup the netgear 7550 in bridge mode as well please. 

I need to know how to setup the netgear 7550 in bridge mode as well please. 

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Hi ATT,

 

Would you have instructions of how to place the 7550 Dsl modem in Bridge mode.  I have disable NAT; however ICMP (pings) are not responding.  Would you please help. 

 

Thanks,

 

KD

Hi ATT,

 

Would you have instructions of how to place the 7550 Dsl modem in Bridge mode.  I have disable NAT; however ICMP (pings) are not responding.  Would you please help. 

 

Thanks,

 

KD

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If you would like to enable bridge mode on your Netgear 7550 and use a separate router instead with it, you must first go to 192.168.1.254 by typing that into your URL bar in your browser. Once there, head over to the "Advanced" tab and click on the sub-tab of "PPP Location." Choose "PPP is on the computer, gateway, or  router" option and hit save. If it asks for an access code, it should be listed physically on the side of your gateway.

 

Please note that once you hit save, you will need to insert the PPPoE(login information) into the router you're trying to set up using it's user interface page. Consult your router's manual to find where you can change your WAN connection type to PPPoE so you can use your login that's currently being used on your Netgear 7550 so that you can connect to AT&T's network.

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 @keithdang75

 

If you would like to enable bridge mode on your Netgear 7550 and use a separate router instead with it, you must first go to 192.168.1.254 by typing that into your URL bar in your browser. Once there, head over to the "Advanced" tab and click on the sub-tab of "PPP Location." Choose "PPP is on the computer, gateway, or  router" option and hit save. If it asks for an access code, it should be listed physically on the side of your gateway.

 

Please note that once you hit save, you will need to insert the PPPoE(login information) into the router you're trying to set up using it's user interface page. Consult your router's manual to find where you can change your WAN connection type to PPPoE so you can use your login that's currently being used on your Netgear 7550 so that you can connect to AT&T's network.

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