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toro

join:2006-01-27
Scarborough, ON
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reply to madmax4

Re: [Equipment] Bell Fibe Sagecom 2804 router

That's one of the few good things of Bell's modems, they always allow PPPoE to pass through. Mine is set to factory defaults so that it doesn't have my PPPoE user and password.


Trev
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Victoria, BC
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I am impressed that Bell is nicer than Telus about something! Telus has their modems locked down pretty good to prevent bridge mode unless you can find an admin password online or otherwise compromise the device.
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Dan_voip

join:2007-01-03
Saint-Hubert, QC
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said by Trev:

I am impressed that Bell is nicer than Telus about something! Telus has their modems locked down pretty good to prevent bridge mode unless you can find an admin password online or otherwise compromise the device.

I wonder if you really need to do some changes in your modem, simply using PPPoE in your router should do the trick.


Trev
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In Telus-land we don't use PPPoE. We get a bridged connection, but when they supply a modem/router combo you are stuck behind NAT.