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TWCdude

join:2006-04-28
San Antonio, TX
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reply to benjiprice

Re: Ubee DDW3611 Bridge Mode??

probably need to hard code your IP to 192.168.0.xxx and try that



benjiprice

@grandenetworks.net

I did another reset and I'm able to ping 192.168.0.1 but I don't get a response but I can't log into the web interface.

I have [ubee]--[apple airport in nat mode]--laptop.


ke4pym
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reply to hobgoblin

said by hobgoblin:

Works if you know the Login.

Hob

At least here in Charlotte, no login is necessary.


JamesUtz

@rr.com
reply to ke4pym

Thanks for the link to get to the menu to put the Ubee device in Bridge Mode. I used it on mine and the login on my unit was:
Login: user
Password: user
I just got my upgrade to RoadRunner Extreme yesterday (Austin Area), and I couldn't get my FTP access to work. Now that it is in Bridge Mode, it works fine.


dobie2564

join:2008-10-20
Myrtle Beach, SC
reply to benjiprice

said by benjiprice :

Is there a way to put the modem back in NAT mode after having switched to bridge? I tried to reset it but I think it's still in bridge mode... At least I can't access 192.168.0.1.

Try the address 192.168.100.1 Should be reachable while in bridge mode.


Thanks

@rr.com
reply to ke4pym

said by ke4pym:

I've been told that using this link will help you switch it

»192.168.0.1/TlModeChange.asp

This may, or may not, work for you. Change the IP to match your cable modem's internal interface.

My install just finished, and I looked through every page of the interface to try to turn all this stuff off. This link worked exactly like its stated. Just wanted to say thanks.

brianadkins

join:2011-03-19
reply to Hatdude

Just wanted to say thanks... I just had my TW WideBand router installed and the tech was clueless as to what bridge mode was... So we just set up up as double-nat and I told him I was good.

After he left, I found this thread and was able to set it to bridge mode using the user/user credentials and then accessing the 'secret' URL mentioned above since my tools menu had no 'operational mode' link.

After setting the device to bridge mode, things got a lot simpler for my airport extreme router... Amazingly, I even have the original IP address that I had before the new modem.

Also, I had to resort to using the 192.168.100.1 IP address to access the modem after setting up bridge mode (all of this is covered above).

thanks again!

-Brian
Apex, NC



trparky
Apple... YUM
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join:2000-05-24
Cleveland, OH
kudos:2

I'm having Signature Home installed on Monday with all of the stuff including their dual-band wireless router (hey, it's free hardware! I'll take it!).

Am I going to have to worry about putting the cable modem in bridge mode?
--
Tom



RWild
Them Or Us
Premium
join:2003-09-15
Cary, NC

You only need to put the cable modem into bridge mode if you already have a router that you want to continue to use.

The Ubee modem/router has wireless and four ethernet ports, which takes care of many people's needs.



trparky
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Cool, thanks. I'm going to have a lot of questions to ask the person who's going to be installing it for me tomorrow morning.

I want to know all the details on all of the features this router is going to have in it.
--
Tom


TWCdude

join:2006-04-28
San Antonio, TX
kudos:23
reply to Hatdude

The router has gigabit ports and dual band but not simultaneous dual band.



RWild
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join:2003-09-15
Cary, NC
reply to trparky

said by trparky:

Cool, thanks. I'm going to have a lot of questions to ask the person who's going to be installing it for me tomorrow morning.

I want to know all the details on all of the features this router is going to have in it.



Good luck with that! The installer (a TW contractor) that showed up here was up front about the fact that he had never seen the Ubee modem before and didn't know that 30/5 was even available here.

I'll spare you the details but ultimately, a Tier 3 guy set bridge mode remotely.

BTW, I think the installer did a good job making sure things were working before he left. After all, TW threw him in at the deep end of the pool and he did what was necessary to leave working installation,.

BobHelms
Premium
join:2008-06-22
Cary, NC

Hi RWild;
I'm migrating to TW-RR from AT&T. Can you point me to a good resource that provides info on how to switch over existing routers to a cable modem. Also need advise on buying / renting cable modems. TIA for any help you can provide.
Bob Helms



CptGemini
Inside your computer
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join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

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said by BobHelms:

Hi RWild;
I'm migrating to TW-RR from AT&T. Can you point me to a good resource that provides info on how to switch over existing routers to a cable modem. Also need advise on buying / renting cable modems. TIA for any help you can provide.
Bob Helms

by default out of the box it should be: »192.168.0.1/TlModeChange.asp

If that doesnt work then it will be:
»192.168.100.1/TlModeChange.asp

This info is for this particular UBEE only though, idk if it will work on anything else.


RWild
Them Or Us
Premium
join:2003-09-15
Cary, NC
reply to BobHelms

Pretty much everything you need is posted in this thread for the Ubee and is a good guide as to what to do with other brands.

From this thread, it appears that TW is not currently supporting modem that you buy yourself.

As far as the Ubee, out of the box it is at 192.168.0.1 and will switch to 192.168.100.1 when set to bridge mode. I believe that the first time you log on using user/user you can get to the TModeChange page. In not, you will need the "special" ID and almost correct password posted in this thread to get there.

On the other hand, the installer may know how to do this after a week or so of being left to his own devices.



CptGemini
Inside your computer
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join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

That is correct. When the tech asked to see something on the modem he was suprised to see I knew the login and where to go so he didnt have do anything lol it was funny.



motorola870

join:2008-12-07
Arlington, TX
kudos:3

said by CptGemini:

That is correct. When the tech asked to see something on the modem he was suprised to see I knew the login and where to go so he didnt have do anything lol it was funny.

hey can you post a snap shot of your signals?


CptGemini
Inside your computer
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join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

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said by motorola870:

said by CptGemini:

That is correct. When the tech asked to see something on the modem he was suprised to see I knew the login and where to go so he didnt have do anything lol it was funny.

hey can you post a snap shot of your signals?

They were somewhat better yesterday. And for some reason when I was first hooked up with this new thing it was in docsis 3 mode but now it isnt, idk why it isnt anymore lol.


motorola870

join:2008-12-07
Arlington, TX
kudos:3

so did you have four downstreams?



CptGemini
Inside your computer
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join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

no as you can see i only have one but its 20 megs. even for that moment it was in D3 mode there was no channel bonding but i could tell it was way faster for that moment lol



CptGemini
Inside your computer
Premium
join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

Click for full size
Also want to add a pic of the modem so you can see it not in channel bonding just in case you want to see that.

The modem on the left is for the digital phone and since they dont have any D3 MTAs as some techs call them I had to have 2 modems for now.

The middle 2 lights out of the 4 in a row on the UBEE are the upstream/downstream ones.


Dan_30mb

@rr.com

I actually like the modem...but the one thing which bothers the heck out of me, is that my wireless SSID is broadcasting. I know it's not a huge security catch, but I'd rather not have it broadcasting.

I cannot find how to disable broadcast on the DDW3361. I'm guessing it's in one of the hidden areas that no one seems to know how to get into.

Any ideas?



CptGemini
Inside your computer
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join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

So you just want to hide the SSID so you can still use the wifi on it or just not use it at all? If you dont want to use it all then follow my screenshot.


dan_30mb

@rr.com

I just want to hide the SSID....

I see this in the manuals of other UBEE wireless gear, but not in this one. I'm guessing it's hidden in the same area as setting up 4 different wireless networks (like the product page says)


Lenard

join:2006-01-12
Raleigh, NC

Wireless Primary Network -- Closed Network = enable


dipsomaniac1

join:2002-01-01
Chapel Hill, NC
reply to RWild

said by RWild:

Good luck with that! The installer (a TW contractor) that showed up here was up front about the fact that he had never seen the Ubee modem before and didn't know that 30/5 was even available here.

I'll spare you the details but ultimately, a Tier 3 guy set bridge mode remotely.

BTW, I think the installer did a good job making sure things were working before he left. After all, TW threw him in at the deep end of the pool and he did what was necessary to leave working installation,.

That's funny. I just got set up today and the exact same thing happened with my installer. I even told him they'd thrown him into the deep end!

dipsomaniac1

join:2002-01-01
Chapel Hill, NC
reply to ke4pym

x


dipsomaniac1

join:2002-01-01
Chapel Hill, NC
reply to ke4pym

Worked! Thanks.


MyDogHsFleas
Premium
join:2007-08-15
Austin, TX
kudos:5
reply to TWCdude

So, there are four choices on the menu:

Bridge Mode
NAT Mode
Router Mode
NAT Router Mode

What do the last 2 mean?



CptGemini
Inside your computer
Premium
join:2004-11-29
Corpus Christi, TX
kudos:6

Idk really about those two but they aren't needed for normal operations. Just NAT and Bridge mode.