Thanks, but that's less than ideal to be honest. This is going in a remote
office where they aren't tech savvy and a daily reboot will be less than
Any other options?
On 29/05/2008 14:48, "Dan Bond" <dan dot bond at gmail dot com> wrote:
> I'm currently using the Dlink DSL-300T, which will do bridged mode.
> Have to be honest though, it's not perfect, I have to reboot it every
> day then telnet into it to adjust the maximum number of connections
> the firewall will track otherwise it crashes. That could just be me
> and my bittorrent usage, seems to survive better with only a couple of
> torrents active, but still isn't great. If anyone knows of a slightly
> more permanent fix, I'd be eager to find out.
> On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 2:27 PM, Paul Rae
> <paul at impacttrainingsolutions dot co dot uk> wrote:
>> I have new install here and and have a couple of questions
>> 1. Its currently using a BT branded 2700 router (I believe this a 2Wire 2700
>> router) and we were told it supported half bridge / full bridge mode. I for
>> the life of me cannot see anyway of setting this up so I can use it as a
>> modem only and then keep the existing m0n0wall router in place. Does anyone
>> know how to set this up using this router?
>> 2. Failing that (and probably the quickest and easies option) can you
>> recommend a ADSL modem that can operate in half bridge mode.
>> Paul Rae
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