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TX CS Aggie
TX CS Aggie

join:2009-07-22
College Station, TX
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SBG6580 Bridging

I found two methods.

1. »gist.github.com/1130675

1.Login in to Modem

2. Now you will make some changes:

*Wireless -> Primary Network -> Disabled
*Basic -> Setup -> NAPT Mode -> Disabled
*Basic -> DHCP -> No
*Advanced -> Options -> Rg Passthrough -> Enable
*Advanced -> Options -> Passthrough Mac Addresses -> Add

3. WAN MAC address of your router 6. Connect port 1 on the Motorola modem to the WAN port of your router.
Plug the coaxial cable back into the modem and power cycle it.

2. »[Internet] RR Lightning SBG6580 Modem with Dlink DGL-4500 Setup?

1.Login in to Modem

2. Now you will make some changes:

*Wireless -> Primary Network -> Disabled
*Basic -> Setup -> NAPT Mode -> Disabled

The modem will now reboot and should be in bridged mode.

I understand getting into the modem initially might need a reset I just wish Motorola hand clear instrucions on turning the SBG6580 into just a Modem. I am thinking it should be simple to bridge so I like #2 but I am not sure about ether.


Techy

@qwest.net

The easiest method is to set the feature "RG Passthrough." It configures everything needed to "bridge the device. You may still want to disable wireless though.