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Created: Dec 18, 2013
donluz Created: Dec. 18, 2013
It is indeed possible to do this; I am doing it right now using a Linksys E3000 as the router and the Motorola NVG510 as a pass-through. I did the following: - I set the IP of the router to 192.168.1.1 and then use a different subnet for my internal home network (e.g. 192.168.0.1-10). - key setting on the NVG510 is under "Firewall | IP Passthrough". Settings (default addr...
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Created: Dec 5, 2013
donluz Created: Dec. 5, 2013
You will need to adjust settings on both the NVG510 and your router. In my example, I'm using a Link s ys E3000, but based on how these settings work, I would state that you can use any decent router of choice. There's nothing being set that's "router-specific"; every modern router should have these settings. The NVG510 (modem)... Step 1: connect the NVG510 with a compute...
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Created: Feb 21, 2013
donluz Created: Feb. 21, 2013
Hello. I am writing this in an attempt to save other customers (and the AT&T staff) from many hours of work and frustration. I was a long-time DSL customer and had always used my own router behind the DSL modem. A simple setting on the modem turned it into a "dumb" pass-through and allowed my router to handle all the traffic as I pleased. Changing over to U-verse required...
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Created: Dec 5, 2013
donluz Created: Dec. 5, 2013
You will need to adjust settings on both the NVG510 and your router. In my example, I'm using a Link s ys E3000, but based on how these settings work, I would state that you can use any decent router of choice. There's nothing being set that's "router-specific"; every modern router should have these settings. The NVG510 (modem)... Step 1: connect the NVG510 with a compute...
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