said by antioch:
We just got a lot of documentation on how they've removed the bridge feature
As I alluded in another thread
, there a difference between bridging the WAN connection and creating a MOCA LAN bridge.
Creating a WAN bridge requires splitting the Broadband coax and Broadband ethernet interfaces. It is this capability that has been removed from the rev. I.
Using an Actiontec as a MOCA LAN bridge does not require any special "bridging" in the router. The capability is built in to the Network Home/Office interface group.--
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