06-11-2014 8:39 AM
When I was with Comcast, my cable modem worked like a bridge, providing a public ip address to my firewall/router and allowing it to be fully visible on the Internet. But with Uverse, the Uverse/Motorola device is configured as a NAT router and my firewall/router now gets a private ip address and is not visible on the Internet. I concur that this protected configuration is best as a default for the masses, but not for me.
Is there a way I can configure the Uverse/Motorola router to act like a bridge, or perhaps have it pass through all ports to a dedicated ip? I suspect I may need to find the Device Access Code and do some work in the menus.
06-11-2014 9:57 AM
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