On 23/01/12 11:51, Steven Kavanagh wrote:
> My router is sitting behind a UPC modem at the moment which I can't put
> into bridging mode due to firmware restrictions on the device. As it stands
> the UPC modem/router is connected to the WAN of the router running OpenWRT.
Rather than having a double NAT setup, it might might be worth your
while investigating if UPC will swap out your router for a EPC2203 modem
(no router) which will solve all of your issues.
The EPC2203 is only a DOCSIS 2.0 device though so you will have to be on
one of their lower speed packages, or downgrade temporarily. I'm hoping
they will release a DOCSIS 3.0 modem here soon, as they have done the
Also: They recently introduced the EPC3925. Does anyone know if they
have crippled the bridge functionality in this device too?
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