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Bgw210 with netduma r1.

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Hi there,

I've been watching and researching about putting the at&t gateway on bridge mode with the r1. It seems that you could do it with ip passthrough according to post before. But according to

 it is not a true bridge connection. What should I do? 

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This sounds interesting. I'll watch this video when I get home from work today.

If you can't do bridge mode, or bridge mode isn't working right, i'd suggest putting the WAN IP of your R1 into the DMZ of the modem.

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Sorry for the late reply, I also found this about bridge mode:    

I did not understand the part that said, "you must set your Arris's LAN port address to a subnet that doesn't overlap with any of your internal subnets (this includes VLANs)." 

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I think this means that every routing device on the network needs a seperate subnet. The subnet refers to the third number in an IP address, so 192.168.XX.XX

For example, most modems use 192.168.0.xx, Netgear routers use 192.168.1.xx, the Netduma R1 uses 192.168.88.xx because we try to avoid any collision with other devices. Just make sure that each router/modem in the chain has a different third number.

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