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Hank
Searching for a new Frontier
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join:2002-05-21
Burlington, WV
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reply to rkka93

Re: [DSL] Setting up router behind Frontier 7550 modem

Place the 7550 in bridge mode. I currently use my 7500's in bridge mode in front of my Zysel USG router.


rkka93

join:2012-10-30

Do I have to do anything else with the DHCP or Uplink port or just change the Bridge mode from Routed Bridge to Bridge?


shawnee3

join:2012-07-28
Oberlin, OH

I have a 7500 router in bridge mode connected to an Apple Extreme.

Here's what I did to bridge the 7500:

Bridge modem.
1.Open browser (IE) type 192.168.1.1
2.user: admin password: password
3.Select My network select Newtowrk connection (to the left )
4.Broadband connection ( select the tab under action )
5.Look under Vc’s select the tab under edit column. ( to the right )
6.Under Protocol: Set to bridge
7.Bridge Mode: bridge.

Turn off DHCP
1.network connection
2.Lan
3.private lan the first one.
Uncheck the first option under DHCP.

Hope this helps


rkka93

join:2012-10-30

said by shawnee3:

I have a 7500 router in bridge mode connected to an Apple Extreme.

Here's what I did to bridge the 7500:

Bridge modem.
1.Open browser (IE) type 192.168.1.1
2.user: admin password: password
3.Select My network select Newtowrk connection (to the left )
4.Broadband connection ( select the tab under action )
5.Look under Vc’s select the tab under edit column. ( to the right )
6.Under Protocol: Set to bridge
7.Bridge Mode: bridge.

Turn off DHCP
1.network connection
2.Lan
3.private lan the first one.
Uncheck the first option under DHCP.

Hope this helps

Thank you...that worked for me.


Ps3user

@184.13.218.x

When i bridge my modem will it my gameing connection better?