Bridge Mode Setup (NB304n) Bridge Mode This guide will take you through the steps required to set your modem to bridged mode. 1. Navigate to http://192.168.1.1 in a web browser using admin as both the username and password when prompted. 2. Select Advanced Setup > WAN Service. 3. Tick the Remove checkbox and press the Remove button. 4. Select Advanced Setup > Layer 2 Interface > ATM Interface. 5. Tick the Remove checkbox and press the Remove button. 6. Press the Add button. 7. Select the VPI. For most Australian customers the VPI should be 8 and for New Zealand customers use a VPI of 0. 8. Select the VCI. For most Australian customers the VCI should be 35 and for New Zealand customers use a VCI of 100. 9. Select Path0 as the DSL Latency option. 10. Use EoA as the DSL Link Type. 11. Set the Connection Mode as Default Mode. 12. Set the Encapsulation Mode as LLC/Snap-Bridging. 13. Select UBR Without PCR as the Service Category. 14. Leave any other settings as default and press the Apply/Save button. 15. Select Advanced Setup > WAN Service. 16. Press the Add button. 17. Australian users select atm0/(0_8_35) and press the Next button. New Zealand users select atm0/(0_0_100) and press the Next button. 18. Select Bridging as the WAN Service type. There is also the option available to change the Service description or enable IPV6 for this service. 19. Press the Next button. 20. Press the Apply/Save button. 21. Select Management > Reboot. 22. Press the Reboot button. 23. Your modem will now reboot. When it has finished restarting, it will then be in bridge mode.
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