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Created: Oct 15, 2013
eddiem555 Created: Oct. 15, 2013
I was thinging I could leave NVG589 with existing settings, but still have my private router (with DHCP and OpenDNS configured) plugged into that. I learned since I posted that, that would result in double NAT, and double NAT has it's own set of issues. So I think I will stick with your first suggestion to set NVG589 in bridge mode have my private router and NVG589 on the...
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eddiem555 Created: Oct. 15, 2013
Thank you both (Scottiedawy and DavidCS) for the detailed response. This is the detail I needed. I do have one more question. If I'm going to need my own router with DHCP server that I can configure DNS on, why even go through the hassle to change the NVG589 to bridge mode? Why not just plug my private router into one of the ports of the NVG589 and just have my home netwo...
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Created: Oct 14, 2013
eddiem555 Created: Oct. 14, 2013
Thank you for the reply. The U-verse technican plugged in a wireless receiver for the cable boxes into one of the switched ports of the router. My main DVR is also plugged in (CAT5) into one of the 4 switch ports. If I go the 'IP passthrough' route, do I need to move those two devices off the Uverse router onto my own router? Ideally I'd like all the Uverse equipment conn...
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Created: Oct 13, 2013
eddiem555 Created: Oct. 13, 2013
Hello, I recently switch from DSL to U-verse and I was using OpenDNS for web content filtering. With OpenDNS you just change your router to use the OpenDNS DNS servers, then any device connecting to your network gets filtered. Now that we switched to Uverse the Uverse router is our main router. I cannot find any way to override the DNS server served up with DHCP to be Ope...
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