On 30 January 2010 15:54, Patrick O'Doherty <patrick at patrickodoherty.com>wrote:
> Hi all,
>> We recently just had UPC installed in the house and we were issued
> with a Cisco EPC2425 as our modem. I am looking to try and bridge it
> with my existing WRT54GS (running openwrt) as I've heard they can be
>> Does anyone have any experience with this? My knowledge around this
> area isn't great and any suggestions would be appreciated.
I have the UPC Cisco modem and a WRT54GL connected togther by ethernet,
haven't tried wireless bridging.
The problem I found with the Cisco router is that it wouldn't pass UPNP-AV
broadcast packets from the ethernet interface to the wireless interface, so
I have to use the WRT54GL for the UPNP-AV network.
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