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Toms River, NJ
reply to McBane

Re: [Northeast] VPN into my home

I am using the netgear for better wireless support and my gigabit switch doesn't have enough ports.


Plano, TX

I would do the MOCA bridge solution in that case then if the remote DVR and on screen caller ID are not that big a deal for you. If losing those would be a deal breaker for you then you've gotta get that double port forwarding to work as described in the article.

I use a Netgear wireless as well on the same setup because I dislike the actiontecs and their capability and the features I lose are not important to me.


Toms River, NJ

I'm at a point where I can't spend any more money. If I could I would just buy a larger switch.

The on screen caller ID is not something we use in the house but the remote DVR is very important to us.

I know there has to be a simpler solution that I'm overlooking.

The STB's are being given If I could switch them to to and set the LAN port of the Actiontec to then everything would be on the same subnet.