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kevinds
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Calgary, AB
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·Shaw

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reply to rustydusty

Re: [ALL] Shaw Cannot Put my Modem into Bridge mode?

That is the 'normal' way to bridge these modems, the working-mode drop down (that Shaw removed) bridged or gateway. I believe working_mode 0 is Gateway mode. Power reset no, reset button yes, firmware update, maybe.

Firmware update could change the field names as well.

I put a copy of this on my webserver, so after logging into your modem with cusadmin going to this page and then Submit, should bridge your modem as well.

»www.syst.ca/bridge.html

To make it easier for others, instead of having to create/open a local file.

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kevinds
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So in testing this more,

You can still use 192.168.100.1 with the cusadmin login and password, all that is there is the Wireless settings, SSID, encryption, and the like.

Most modems set for router mode, only have 1 IP available, so you would likely want to disable the wireless.

It will survive reprovisioning and speed changes, using the reset pin does undo this, and puts it back into router mode.
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Yes, I am not employed and looking for IT work. Have passport, will travel.