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said by archiso :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)
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.
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