said by archiso :
I am using this ever since I have Bell.
On the Tomato router, Basic | Network | WAN set to DHCP and manual MTU 1500
In Advanced | Routing
[fixed]192.168.2.0 * 255.255.255.0 0 vlan1 (WAN)[/fixed] so you can connect to the modem from your network, saves a lot of cable connecting disconnecting when troubleshooting
Save + restart everything and you're good to go. Works for me.
Yeah, thats a basic way of doing it but actually, your doing double nating wich you could have problems down the road.. (i know that Voip is not to thrilled with double nating)
We used to be able to get a public IP on the personal router behind bell's router (using a bridged method). I'm not going to settle for less