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Re: 3rd party vdsl2 router with fioptics
The FTTN service seems to come with the ZTE product at the moment. The ZTE VDSL router can be dropped into bridge mode so that you can use an existing router, but you will need a router with multicast proxy capabilities.
How do you put the ZTE modem into bridge mode? I have a nice router that I'd prefer using for 100% of routing capabilities.
My post should have said that you can drop the ZyXEL modem into bridge mode - ZTE is the set top box manufacturer.
The option to place the ZyXEL in bridge mode is on one of the menus - I can check the exact steps tomorrow eveing if you want guidance.
If you could do that for me Celtic I'd be grateful.
Thanks so much. I'm still having a trouble with my speeds and latency, but once that is fixed I'd love to just deal with my router only. I don't like the idea of having a router/modem combination device.