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Zyxel pt645m modem


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#1 TedOb1

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Posted 04 February 2005 - 03:22 PM

im working with a person in katie texas by phone (im in nj). we need to map pc anywhere threw a router which is behind a zyxel modem. the port mapping i have no problem with it's only getting the modem in bridge mode that's got me going. ive never done this on this type of modem. its telnet with quit a few menu options and getting second hand knowledge of this is getting to be a chore.

he got this modem without a manual from the local phone company. their support people are telling him it is a bridge because it doesn't have 15 menu items on the main menu but its assigning internal ip addys

please, can anyone tell me the steps i need to take to make this modem a bridge?

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#2 Grinler

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Posted 06 February 2005 - 02:05 PM

Wow I have not used a device like these since I was selling SDSL a couple of years ago.

Manual here:

ftp://ftp.zyxel.com/p645m/document/p645m_..._UsersGuide.pdf

From what I am reading this is only a bridge and not a modem per se. It does have built in packet filtering which could be causing the problems though




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